GLENTHORNE, SEARLE STREET, CREDITON, DEVON, EX17 2DB, UK.
TEL 01363 776456, MOBILE 07530 117217
PROFESSOR ANNE SMITH (BROWN) BSc, PhD
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Year of Birth: 1951
Marital Status: Married, two grown up children.
Anne has 30 years of experience in assessing the impacts of the environment and water quality on fish health and their physiology, and assessment of fish stress in the wild or in aquaculture. Anne's expertise focuses on monitoring the health and welfare of farmed fish and development of practical welfare indices. She has expertise in ecological surveys, environmental impacts on protected species, and ecological advice for Habitats Regulations Assessments.
Key areas of experience are:
Welfare indices and health of farmed fish
Impacts of pollutants and water quality on stress & welfare of larval and adult fish
Osmoregulation and salinity adaptations in migratory and non-migratory teleosts & elasmobranchs
Behavioural and physiological studies of non-native fish to assess risks of dispersal
Stress responses of teleosts to salinity, hypoxia, parasites and pollutants
Education and communication
Impacts of oil and gas fields on fisheries
Advice for Habitats Regulations screening & Appropriate Assessment for Natura 2000 sites (SACs & SPAs)
1976 PhD University of Sheffield
1972 BSc Hons Zoology, First Class, UCNW, Bangor.
2000 - present Director of Aquatonics Ltd
2005 (continuing) Emeritus Professor, School of Biosciences, University of Exeter
2000 -2005 Professor of Fish Physiology, School of Biological Sciences, University of Exeter
1988 -2001 Lecturer, then Reader in Department of Biological Sciences, University of Exeter
1979 -1988 Lecturer, Department of Zoology, University of Hull.
1976 -1979 Research Fellow, Department of Zoology, University of Sheffield.