Laura Ebeler

Email: l.ebeler.1@research.gla.ac.uk

 

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-0605-7852

Research title: Development of an interdisciplinary decision support tool to inform mangrove restoration/conservation in large Asian deltas

Research Summary

Mangroves are highly diverse but vulnerable ecosystems that provide several ecosystem services. Despite their importance, they have been degraded or converted to other forms of land use, while many restoration and conservation projects lack an understanding of the socio-ecological complexities. My research aims to develop an interdisciplinary decision support tool that accounts for these complexities to successfully inform mangrove restoration and conservation strategies in the Mekong, Red River and Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna deltas.

Publications

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Number of items: 8.

2022

Ebeler, L. (2022) Mangrove Restoration Frustration. UofG CoSS PGR Symposium, Glasgow, UK, 3-4 March 2022.

2021

Hermans, K. et al. (2021) Crisis-induced disruptions in place-based social-ecological research ‐ an opportunity for redirection. GAiA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, 30(2), pp. 72-76. (doi: 10.14512/gaia.30.2.3)

Renaud, F. et al. (2021) Adaptation and Resilience in ASEAN: Managing Disaster Risks from Natural Hazards. Documentation. UK Government.

2019

Ebeler, L. and Reitz, A. (2019) The AtlantOS Project: Optimising and Enhancing the Integrated Atlantic Ocean Observing Systems. First International AtlantOS Symposium, Paris, France, 25-28 Mar 2019.

Ketelhake, S. et al. (2019) Report on the performance of AtlantOS observing system. Project Report. GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel. (doi: 10.3289/atlantos_d9.4).

2018

Ebeler, L. (2018) GEOMAR’s Underwater Glider Group. Connecting Glider Data Flows in Europe and Beyond, Genoa, Italy, 18-20 Sep 2018.

Turpin, V., Ebeler, L. , Barrera, C., Dumont, E., Fer, I., Morales, T., Karstensen, J., Pietri, A. and Dilmahamod, F. (2018) Eastern boundaries survey. Project Report. GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel. (doi: 10.3289/atlantos_d3.12).

2016

Ebeler, L. , Rulent, J., Lewis, M., Vafeidis, A., Scott, T., Masselink, G. and Neill, S.P. (2016) Inter-annual Variability of Headland Sandbanks Affecting Nearshore Wave Climates and Flood Risk. 17th Biennial Challenger Society for Marine Science Conference, Liverpool, UK, 05-08 Sep 2016.

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Number of items: 8.

Articles

Hermans, K. et al. (2021) Crisis-induced disruptions in place-based social-ecological research ‐ an opportunity for redirection. GAiA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, 30(2), pp. 72-76. (doi: 10.14512/gaia.30.2.3)

Research Reports or Papers

Renaud, F. et al. (2021) Adaptation and Resilience in ASEAN: Managing Disaster Risks from Natural Hazards. Documentation. UK Government.

Ketelhake, S. et al. (2019) Report on the performance of AtlantOS observing system. Project Report. GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel. (doi: 10.3289/atlantos_d9.4).

Turpin, V., Ebeler, L. , Barrera, C., Dumont, E., Fer, I., Morales, T., Karstensen, J., Pietri, A. and Dilmahamod, F. (2018) Eastern boundaries survey. Project Report. GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel. (doi: 10.3289/atlantos_d3.12).

Conference or Workshop Item

Ebeler, L. (2022) Mangrove Restoration Frustration. UofG CoSS PGR Symposium, Glasgow, UK, 3-4 March 2022.

Ebeler, L. and Reitz, A. (2019) The AtlantOS Project: Optimising and Enhancing the Integrated Atlantic Ocean Observing Systems. First International AtlantOS Symposium, Paris, France, 25-28 Mar 2019.

Ebeler, L. (2018) GEOMAR’s Underwater Glider Group. Connecting Glider Data Flows in Europe and Beyond, Genoa, Italy, 18-20 Sep 2018.

Ebeler, L. , Rulent, J., Lewis, M., Vafeidis, A., Scott, T., Masselink, G. and Neill, S.P. (2016) Inter-annual Variability of Headland Sandbanks Affecting Nearshore Wave Climates and Flood Risk. 17th Biennial Challenger Society for Marine Science Conference, Liverpool, UK, 05-08 Sep 2016.

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Grants

Travel Grant to attend 'CoSS PGR Symposium' at University of Glasgow, UK | College of Social Sciences, University of Glasgow | 2022

Travel Grant to attend 'Mangrove Resilience Workshop' at Newcastle University, UK | Newton Bhabha Fund Researcher Link Workshop, through British Council in collaboration with the Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India | 2021

GCRF Living Deltas PhD Scholarship | College of Social Sciences, University of Glasgow | 2021-2024

Research Grant for study visit and internship abroad at Bangor University, UK | ERASMUS+ | 2015-2016

Travel Grant to attend 'Summer School in Human Geography' at Altai State University, Russia | German Academic Exchange Service | 2013

Conference

2022

  • 'SAGES ASM 2022' (Dundee, UK)
  • 'Delta Futures: (In)Visibilities in Audiovisual Culture' (online)
  • 'CoSS PGR Symposium' (Glasgow, UK)

2021

  • Workshop: 'Building Ecological Resilience in Vulnerable Mangroves of the Indian Sundarbans: Sustainable and Equitable Management of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in the era of Climate Change' (Newcastle, UK)

2020

  • Workshop: 'Place-based socio-ecological research in times of covid-19' (online)
  • 'UK Alliance for Disaster Research (UKADR) September Sessions' (online)

2019

  • 'German Congress for Geography' (Kiel, DE)
  • 'First International AtlantOS Symposium' (Paris, FRA)

2018

  • Workshop: 'Climate Change Adaptation Finance: How to Govern and Distribute Scarce Funding?' (Kiel, DE)
  • 'EOOS Conference' (Brussels, BEL)
  • 'IMDIS Conference' (Barcelona, ESP)
  • 'Connecting glider data flows in Europe and beyond – An international conference on glider data management' (Genoa, ITA)
  • Workshop: 'Marine Social Science' (Kiel, DE)
  • Workshop: 'Decadal Climate Forecasts' (Hamburg, DE)
  • Workshop: 'Coastal Ocean Modelling' (Hamburg, DE)

2016

  • Workshop: 'Tidal Lagoons' (Menai Bridge, UK)
  • 'Oceanology International' (London, UK)

Additional Information

My qualifications include a Bachelor of Science in Geography from Giessen University and a Master of Science in Environmental Geography and Management from Kiel University and Bangor University. Before joining the Living Deltas Hub project as a PhD student, I worked in a junior research group at Kiel University, for GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel and for Germany’s National Meteorological Service in Hamburg. With a particularly strong passion for the coastal environment, my research interests are driven by climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction with a focus on interdisciplinary, applied, and collaborative research tailored to achieve societal impact. Previously, I worked on adaptation finance, vulnerability to sea-level rise, ocean observation systems and nearshore wave modelling.