Overall responsibility to provide leadership across the organisation's climate-related portfolio. Director of the Cefas Marine Climate Change Centre (MC3). This role includes strategic planning of research goals and initiatives, as well as managing a 'Memorandum of Understanding' with the UK Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) to provide advice and evidence on marine climate change.
Appointed UK representative (April 2013) on the ICES Science Committee (SCICOM). Honorary secretary and trustee of the Fisheries Society of the British Isles (FSBI). Awarded the Fisheries Society of the British Isles 'FSBI Medal' in July 2009, in advances in the study of fish biology and/or fisheries. Honorary Lecturer in the Schools of Environmental and Biological Sciences at the University of East Anglia (2002-present). Strong publication record (60+ peer reviewed publications, 30 high-profile government reports). h-index (Google Scholar) = 30.0. Extensive experience in the administration and management of fisheries and climate change research programmes.
Key recent publications:
Tidd, A.N. Vermard, Y., Marchal, P., Pinnegar, J. Blanchard, J.L., Milner–Gulland, E.J. (2015) Fishing for space: fine-scale multi-sector maritime activities influence fisher location choice. PLoS ONE 10(1): e0116335.
Engelhard, G.H., Righton, D.A., Pinnegar, J.K. (2014) Climate change and fishing: a century of shifting distribution in North Sea cod. Global Change Biology, 20: 2473-2483.
Gelich, S., Buckley, P., Pinnegar, J.K., Chilvers, J., Lorenzoni, I., Terry, G. Guerrero, M., Castilla, J.-C., Valdebenito, A., Duarte, C.M. (2014) Public awareness, concerns, and priorities about anthropogenic impacts on marine environments. PNAS 111 (42): 15042-15047.
Pinnegar, J.K., Tomczak, M.T., Link, J.S. (2014) How to determine the likely indirect food-web consequences of a newly introduced non-native species: a worked example. Ecological Modelling. 272: 379-387
Jones, M.C., Dye, S.R., Fernandes, J.A., Frolicher, T.L., Pinnegar, J.K., Warren, R., Cheung, W.W.L. (2013) Predicting the impact of climate change on threatened species in UK waters. PLOS One, 8: (1) e54216.
Le Quesne, W., Pinnegar, J.K. (2012) The potential impacts of ocean acidification: scaling from physiology to fisheries. Fish and Fisheries, 13: (3) 333-344.
Heath, M.R., Neat, F.C., Pinnegar, J.K., Reid, D.G., Sims, D.W., Wright, P.J. (2012) Review of climate change impacts on marine fish and shellfish around the UK and Ireland. Aquatic Conservation, 22: (3) 337-367.
Cheung, W.W.L., Pinnegar, J.K., Merino, G., Jones, M.C., Barange, M. (2012) Review of climate change and marine fisheries in the UK and Ireland. Aquatic Conservation, 22: (3) 368-388.
Jones, M.C., Dye, S.R., Pinnegar, J.K., Warren, R., Cheung, W.W.L. (2012) Modelling commercial fish distributions: Prediction and assessment using different approaches. Ecological Modelling 225: 133–145.
Pinnegar, J., Watt, T., and Kennedy, K. (2012) CCRA Risk Assessment for the Marine and Fisheries Sector. UK 2012 Climate Change Risk Assessment, Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra), London.
Google Scholar page: http://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=nqCvi0wAAAAJ&hl=en
UEA page: https://www.uea.ac.uk/environmental-sciences/people/profile/j-pinnegar