Cayman Islands Workshop

Assessment of current and future Invasive Alien Species in Caribbean Overseas Territories.

The first workshop was held in Grand Cayman from 22nd to 25th May 2018.


Participants of the workshop

Name Organisation
Arona Forbes British Virgin Islands Government
Latisha Martin British Virgin Islands Government
Brian Critchlow Cayman Islands Government
Tim Austin Cayman Islands Government
Jason Berry Cayman Islands Government
Fred Burton Cayman Islands Government
Gina Ebanks-Petrie Cayman Islands Government
Jim McNelly Cayman Islands Government
Kenisha Palmer Cayman Islands Government
Gene Parsons Cayman Islands Government
Joan Steer Cayman Islands Government
Jane Haakonsson            Cayman Islands Government          
Bradley Johnson Cayman Islands Government
Sophie O’Hehir Cayman Islands Government
Alan Wheeler Cayman Islands Mosquito Research & Control Unit      
Oliver Pescott Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, UK
Jodey Peyton Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, UK
Helen Roy Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, UK
Wayne Dawson Durham University, UK
Wolfgang Rabitsch Environment Agency, Austria
Chris Malumphy Food and Environment Research Agency (Fera), UK
Jill Key GB Non-native Species Secretariat, UK
Niall Moore GB Non-native Species Secretariat, UK
Linda Raine GB Non-native Species Secretariat, UK
Rhon Connor Government of Anguilla
Carencia Rouse Government of Anguilla
Kim Burch Government of Bermuda
Alison Copeland Government of Bermuda
Elvis Gerald Government of Montserrat
Tavis Weekes Government of Montserrat
Bryan Manco Government of Turks and Caicos Islands
Dan Minchin MOI, Ireland
Stuart Mailer National Trust for the Cayman Islands
Alex Vaux Public Health England, UK
Tim Adriaens Research Institute Nature and Forest, Belgium
Damiano Oldoni Research Institute Nature and Forest, Belgium
Elizabeth Cottier-Cook   Scottish Association for Marine Science, UK
Danielle Frohlich SWCA, Honolulu
Elena Tricarico University of Florence, Italy
Christine Rose-Smyth Verdant Isle orchid Research, Cayman Islands

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