Denise McCullagh
Post Doctoral Researcher
UCC Climate Action Coastal & Marine Systems
University College Cork


Denise’s research focuses on creating a collaborative learning network to develop transferable skills and enable communities of practice to implement climate change adaptation actions and solutions.


Denise is a researcher on the EPA funded, Transboundary Adaptation and Learning Exchange (TalX) project, working on climate change adaptation.


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)

Feature Project


TalX aims to establish an innovative learning network to enable a cohesive approach for measuring and acting on climate change adaptation across boundaries.

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