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Jacqueline McGLADE Executive Director, European Environment Agency, Copenhagen


1981-1987 Senior Research Scientist, Fisheries & Oceans Canada, Canada
1984-1990 Research Associate and Graduate Advisor, Dalhousie University, Canada
1986-1988 Research Associate, Museum of Zoology, University of Cambridge, UK
1987-1990 Visiting Professor, Cranfield Rural Institute, UK
1987-1988 Associate Professor, IERC, Cranfield Institute of Technology, UK
1987-1990 Adrian Fellow, Darwin College, Cambridge, UK
1988-1993 Scholar, International Federation of Institutes of Advanced Studies, Netherlands
1988-1992 Institute Director & Professor, Theoretical Ecology, FZ Jülich, Germany
1990-1992 Professor, Theoretical Ecology, RWTH Aachen, Germany
1992-1998 Professor, Biological Sciences, University of Warwick, UK
1998-2000 Director, NERC Centre for Coastal & Marine Sciences, UK
2000-2003 NERC Professorial Fellow, Mathematics & CoMPLEX, University College London, UK
since 2003 Professor, Department of Mathematics, University College London, UK
since 2003 Executive Director, European Environment Agency, DK


British Sub-Aqua Club, Professional Diver, UK, since 1974
Shellfish Association of Great Britain Elected Member, UK, 1974-1986
Board of Trade and Industry, Inshore Navigation Certificate, UK, since 1976
Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Fellow, UK, since 1989
British Ecological Society, Member, UK, since 1992
Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacture & Commerce, Fellow, UK, since 1997
Linnaean Society, Fellow, UK, since 1998


The exploitation of evolving resources. Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 99, 1993
Advanced Ecological Theory, 1999
The Gulf of Guinea Ecosystem, 2002
State of the Environment and Outlook Report, EEA 2005
More than 100 publications in scientific and technology journals on ecology, mathematics and the environment.


Commonwealth Scholarship, Canada, 1977-1980
Rotary International Graduate Scholarship, Indonesia, 1977
Best Research Paper, American Fisheries Society, USA, 1979
Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation Award in Genetics, USA, 1980
Member of Honour, International Institute for Dynamical Systems, Romania, 1991
Jubileum Award, Chalmers Technical University, Sweden, 1991
Minerva Prize, Germany, 1992
Honorary Professor, University of Warwick, UK, 1998
Honorary Fellow, University of Wales, Bangor, UK, 2003
Masaryk Gold Medal, University of Brno, Czech Republic, 2005
Honorary Doctorate, University of Kent, UK, 2005