Mark Payne

Mark Payne

Senior Researcher

Charlottenlund Slot, Jægersborg Allé 1

Building: null, null

2920 Charlottenlund

Denmark

Phone: 35883422

The Payne Lab - Marine Life in a Changing Ocean

Our research examines the impacts of climate change and climate variability on
life in the ocean and attempts to predict future changes. The key to this
challenge is understanding how the physical and biological aspects of marine
systems are linked, and thereby understand the changes that we have seen thus
far. We combine this knowledge with projections of the future physical
environment to make predictions across a range of timescales, from seasonal
and decadal scales to climatic scales. We focus on questions that are accessible and tractable, and have therefore worked across many layers of the food web (from plankton to top-predators),  species (herring to tuna), geographic regions (from the North Atlantic to the Caspian Sea) and scales (from the global ocean to region seas).

If you are interested in learning more about our work, please visit our webpage

http://www.staff.dtu.dk/mpay

CV

Education

1995 - 1997 Bachelor of Engineering (First Class Honours) in Chemical Engineering - University of Canterbury,
1998 - 2004 Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering - University of California Berkeley, CA

Academic grades

Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering (2004), University of California Berkeley, CA

Languages

Danish, English

Expertise

My research examines the impacts of climate change and climate variability on
life in the ocean and attempts to predict future changes. The key to this
challenge is elucidating how the physical and biological aspects of marine
systems are linked, and thereby understand the changes that we have seen thus
far. I combine this knowledge with projections of the future physical
environment to make predictions across a range of timescales, from seasonal
and decadal scales to climatic scales.


• Current supervisor of four PhD students

• Stock assessment of Mackerel and Blue whiting stocks

• Responsible for development of www.fishforecasts.aqua.dtu.dk

• Core theme and Work Package leader in EU FP7 project NACLIM

• Lead editor of Frontiers in Marine Science Research Topic

 

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  • I C E S Journal of Marine Science

    ISSNs: 1054-3139, 1054-3139

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 0906-060X

    Oxford University Press, United Kingdom

    BFI (2015): BFI-level 1, ISI indexed (2013): ISI indexed yes

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  • P L o S One

    ISSNs: 1932-6203, 1932-6203

    Public Library of Science, United States

    BFI (2015): BFI-level 1, ISI indexed (2013): ISI indexed yes

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  • Biogeosciences

    ISSNs: 1726-4170

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1726-4189

    Copernicus GmbH, Germany

    BFI (2015): BFI-level 1, ISI indexed (2013): ISI indexed yes

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