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Tim Noyes


Tim Noyes

Coral Reef Ecology and Optics Lab
Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences  (Bermuda)
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Tim is a Research Specialist in the Coral Reef Ecology and Optics Laboratory (CREOL) and with the Marine Environmental Program (MEP). He received a BSc degree in Biological Sciences specializing in fisheries from King’s College London in 1998. After a 4-year hiatus from science working in the finance industry, Tim returned to King’s College London to complete a Masters in Aquatic Resource Management, in 2003. Tim first came to BIOS in 2004. - See more at: http://www.bios.edu/about/team-members/tim-noyes#sthash.3gbyxmNL.dpuf

Publications

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10.1371   journal.pone.0128697 Spectral Diversity and Regulation of Coral Fluorescence in a Mesophotic Reef Habitat in the Red Sea | article
Eyal G, Wiedenmann J, Grinblat M, D'Angelo C, Kramarsky-Winter E, Treibitz T, Ben-Zvi O, Shaked Y, Smith TB, Harii S, Denis V, Noyes T, Tamir R, Loya Y (2015)
PLoS ONE 10:e0128697
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10.1007   s10530 016 1358 0 Large-scale invasion of western Atlantic mesophotic reefs by lionfish potentially undermines culling-based management | article
Andradi-Brown DA, Vermeij MJA, Slattery M, Lesser M, Bejarano I, Appeldoorn R, Goodbody-Gringley G, Chequer AD, Pitt JM, Eddy C, Smith SR, Brokovich E, Pinheiro HT, Jessup ME, Shepherd B, Rocha LA, Curtis-Quick J, Eyal G, Noyes TJ, Rogers AD, Exton DA (2017)
Biol Invasions 19:939–954
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