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USD 30 /hr
Hire Ross Coppin
South Africa
USD 30 /hr

Ecologist , freelance researcher and writer.

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Scientific writing Journal article
Academic research Internet research, Evidence-based answers, Secondary data compilation, Literature search
Work Experience

Freelance researcher


2015 - Present

Research assistant

University of Cape Town

March 2012 - June 2015


PhD (Biodiversity and Conservation Biology)

University of the Western Cape

June 2018 - Present

Master of Science (Biodiversity and Conservation Biology)

University of the Western Cape

June 2014 - August 2016

Bachelor of Science Honours in Environmental Management (Agriculture and Environmental Sciences)

University of South Africa

March 2012 - March 2014

Bachelor of Science in Zoology and Environmental and Geographical Science (Biological Sciences)

University of Cape Town

February 2007 - June 2010

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Coppin, Ross and Rautenbach, Christo and Ponton, Timothy John and Smit, AJ(2020). Investigating Waves and Temperature as Drivers of Kelp Morphology. Frontiers in Marine Science. 7. p. 567. Frontiers
de Lecea, Ander M and Coppin, Ross and Noyon, Margaux and Huggett, Jenny A(2018). Zooplankton adrift: investigating transportation by cyclonic eddy. Marine Biology Research. 14. (5). p. 436--447. Taylor \& Francis
Paxton, BR and O'Brien, GC and Slingsby, JA and Coppin, R(2013). Validation of the periodicity of growth increment deposition in otoliths from the larval and early juvenile stages of two cyprinids from the Orange--Vaal river system, South Africa. African Journal of Aquatic Science. 38. (sup1). p. 49--54. Taylor \& Francis