Lily Genevier

PhD Student

PhD Student


Research Interests

​Lily is interested in investigating the impacts of global stressors on marine ecosystems, using remotely-sensed data and model simulations. She has recently been working on identifying Marine Heatwave characteristics capable of causing coral bleaching in the Red Sea. Lily will also be working on linking Red Sea fisheries outputs to changes in environmental conditions (e.g. temperature, primary productivity), which she hopes to use to influence fisheries management in the Red Sea.

Selected Publications

  • ​Biology and fisheries of Hilsa shad in Bay of Bengal
    Hossain, M.A.R., Das, I., Genevier, L., Hazra, S., Rahman, M., Barange, M., & Fernandes, J.A.
    Science of the Total Environment, 651, 1720–1734, 2019
  • Climate change alters fish community size-structure, requiring adaptive policy targets
    Queirós, A.M., Fernandes, J., Genevier, L., & Lynam, C.P.
    Fish and Fisheries, 19(4), 613–621, 2018


  • ​M.Res., Applied Marine Science, Plymouth University, UK, 2017
  • B.Sc., Biology, Imperial College London, UK, 2016

Research Interests Keywords

Marine ecology Fisheries Marine heatwaves Global change biology