Jeremy Gault

Principal/Funded Investigator

Jeremy Gault is the Beaufort Operations Manager and MaREI Thematic Lead for Coastal and Marine

Systems. He is a coastal geomorphologist who has amassed twenty years’ experience in marine research gained at national and international level.


Under the EU H2020 programme he is a Workpackage Leader on the AquaSpace Project and RiCORE projects. At national level, in addition to MaREI Centre projects, he is co-ordinator of the long-term funded Beaufort Ecosystems Approach to Fisheries Management and the Irish Climate Information Platform (ICIP) project (now in its third stage).

He currently on the Royal Irish Academy, Future Earth Ireland committee and coordinator of the Future Earth Coasts International Project Office, which was embedded in MaREI after UCC successfully bid to host this global initiative.

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