Post Doctoral Researcher
Coastal & Marine Systems
University College Cork
Denise is a marine and climate scientist who’s focus is on developing and promoting the implementation of adaptation actions and solutions, and creating collaborative learning networks to build community capacity to increase resilience to climate change.
Denise is a researcher on a number of projects including the EU-Horizon project REACHOUT, in collaboration with Cork City Council and research and academic partners across Europe, and Climate Ireland, a national resource to support climate adaptation planning in Ireland.
Postdoc (2020-Present) UCC, Ireland
Scientific Officer (2020) AFBI, Northern Ireland
Research Assistant (2019) Ulster University, UK
PhD: “A Palaeoenvironmental Reconstruction of Galway Bay, Western Ireland, from the Last Glacial Maximum to Present Day” (Ulster University, UK)
MSc: Dating and Chronology (Queens University, UK)
BSc (Hons): Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology (Queens University, UK)