Project Outputs

Publications:

Jones, E. Distinguishing regeneration from degradation in coral ecosystems: the role of value. Synthese (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11229-021-03023-9

Forthcoming Presentations:

[Forthcoming] GW4 Climate Symposium, June 2021 (online) – Reframing the idea of ecological value: lessons from coral reef research

[Forthcoming] International Coral Reef Society, July 2021 (online) – What does it mean to say corals have value?

[Forthcoming] International Society for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Biology, July 2021 (Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory/ online) –  The coral reef crisis – communication and value across senses, species and disciplines (organised interdisciplinary panel); Hearing Coral – multimodal and multispecies communication and value (presentation)

[Forthcoming] European Philosophy of Science Association Conference, 15th-18th September 2021 (Turin, Italy) – Reframing the idea of ecological value: Lessons from coral reef research

[Forthcoming] Society for Social Studies of Science, 6th – 9th October 2021 (Toronto, Canada/online) – Corals as Service Providers: Ecosystem Services and Value Relations Between Coral Scientists and Corals

[Forthcoming] University of Exeter Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology Postgraduate Conference, October 2021 – Making Marine Philosophy: Science, Sea and Society

[Forthcoming] Philosophy of Science Association, November 2020 (postponed to November 2021) – The role of value attribution in coral regeneration

Past Presentations:

University of Exeter Postgraduate Research Showcase, 10th-14th May 2021 (online) – Reframing the idea of ecological value: Lessons from coral reef research (poster presentation – 2nd place prize, Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences category)

Marine Biological Association Postgraduate Conference, 12th-14th April 2021 (online) – What does it mean to say corals have value?

Oxford Postgraduate Conference in Biology, Ecology and Evolution, 7th-8th April 2021 (online) – Reframing the idea of ecological value: Lessons from coral reef research (poster presentation – winner of Royal Society poster prize)

Exeter Penryn Ecology & Philosophy Societies, December 2020 (online) – Marine Philosophy: What do coral reefs and philosophy have to do with each other?

Exeter Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology Postgraduate Virtual Seminar Series, July 2020 (online) – Distinguishing regeneration from degradation in coral: the role of value

Egenis Research Exchange, June 2020 (online) – Distinguishing regeneration from degradation in coral: the role of value

PhilInBioMed Annual Meeting 2019, November 2019 (Bordeaux, France) – Supercorals and coral regeneration strategies

International Society for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Biology, July 2019 (Oslo, Norway) – Engineering regeneration in corals