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Marianne Fish

  • Marianne Fish
    Marianne Fish

    2006 - PhD Environmental Science, University of East Anglia

    2002 - MSc Applied Ecology, University of East Anglia

    1999 - BSc Biology, University of Leeds

    Academic Background

    Dr Fish is an experienced environmental scientist, with particular expertise in the fields of climate change adaptation and coastal ecology. She has 18 years' experience in conducting research, providing technical training, and writing, editing, and reviewing academic and technical publications. Dr Fish works as an independent consultant and freelance scientific editor. She is knowledgeable in ecology, zoology, plant biology, environmental policy, resource management, and sustainable development. She has edited scientific publications from various fields across the life, environmental, and medical sciences.

    Publishing History

    Dr Fish has authored six peer-reviewed papers in journals such as Conservation Biology, Ocean and Coastal Management, and Biological Conservation, as well as eleven technical reports/manuals and a book chapter. She has presented at several international conferences.

    Editing and Reviewing Experience

    Dr Fish has worked as a freelance scientific editor for 3 years. During this time, she has edited 400+ scientific manuscripts in the fields of biological, medical, and environmental sciences. She has been a reviewer for Journal of Animal Ecology, Global Change Biology, Animal Conservation, Endangered Species Research, Biological Conservation, and the Turkish Journal of Fisheries. She has also reviewed technical publications for the International Union for Conservation of Nature, United States Agency for International Development, Taylor and Francis: CRC Press, Island Press, and the Center for Resource Economics. Dr Fish joined Edanz Group as an editor in 2020.

    Writing Experience

    Dr Fish has written a book chapter on climate change and conservation in the Wider Caribbean region, published in 2012.