Dr. Ranjeet Bhagooli

Dr. Ranjeet Bhagooli  |Clyto Access

University of Mauritius, Mauritius

Co - Editor-in-Chief

Expertise: Integrated Coastal zone and Ocean management, Sustainable development, Marine biodiversity, ecology, management & conservation (Indian/Pacific/Atlantic/Southern Ocean, Antarctica) - Global climate change and SST-based predictive models for resilience v/s

Bio:
Dr. Ranjeet Bhagooli (MRSB, UK) is an Associate Professor at the Department of Marine & Ocean Science, Fisheries & Mariculture, Faculty of Ocean Studies, University of Mauritius. Before joining the University of Mauritius, he was postdoctoral research fellow and associate at University of Technology, Sydney & University of Tasmania, Australia, and University of Miami, RSMAS, Florida USA. He has at least 15 years of research experience in the field of marine science with a focus on corals/coral reefs in a changing world. His research interests entail Integrated Coastal zone and Ocean management; Sustainable development; Marine biodiversity, ecology, management & conservation (Indian/Pacific/Atlantic/Southern Ocean, Antarctica) - Global climate change and SST-based predictive models for resilience v/s vulnerability of marine ecosystems; Molecular and cellular interactions in cnidarian/dinoflagellate symbioses; biology & microbiology focusing on coral reef physiology (including photokinetics using fluorescence techniques) & ecology; coral diseases; Oxidative stress related to thermal, light and UV stresses; Heat shock proteins; Environmental microbiology & pollution; plankton, macroalage and seagrass biology, genetics and ecology. He has contributed to at least 50 peer-reviewed publications, book chapters and technical reports and 50 peer-reviewed presentations at scientific conferences. He was the former President and currently the Vice-President of the Biodiversity and Environment Institute. He is also the Vice-President of Society of Biology in Mauritius. 
 

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Journal of Marine Science Research and Technology