Dr EJP Marshall
Born Kampala, Uganda. Married with two sons.
1973 BA. University of York. Bachelor of Arts in Biology, 2.1. Honours.
1978 PhD. University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology, Cardiff. Ph.D. Thesis: Weed control in drainage channels and its ecological effect.
CEnv.: Chartered Environmentalist, Soc. Env., 2005
CBiol: Chartered Biologist, MIBiol, Institute of Biology, 1980
MIEEM: Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management, 1991
Visiting Fellow in the Faculty of Science: University of Bristol (Jon.Marshall@bristol.ac.uk)
Current positions of responsibility
Editor-in-Chief, Weed Research, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing and EWRS
Editorial Advisory Board, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, Elsevier Science
Trustee, Carymoor Environmental Trust
Arable weeds referee, Botanical Society of the British Isles
Membership of Learned Societies
British Ecological Society
Association of Applied Biologists
European Weed Research Society
Weed Science Society of America
International Association for Landscape Ecology
Botanical Society of the British Isles
Institute of Biology
Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management
Internatioal Society of Managing and Technical Editors (ISMTE)
Previous positions of responsibility
Editor (2001-2004), Journal of Applied Ecology
European Weed Research Society, SciCom, Weeds & Biodiversity Working Group Organiser
Membership Secretary (1996-2007), International Association for Landscape Ecology (UK) Committee
Member, Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG) Technical Strategy Support Group
Co-ordinator, EU AIR RTD project and European Research Network on Field Margin Ecology
Independent assessor for EU R&D projects DGVI, DGXII
Secretary, Berks. & Oxon FWAG, 1984-85
Association of Applied Biologists, Weeds & Agronomy Committee, 1990-96
Conference Organiser, AAB Vegetation Management Conference: 1988, 1992, 1996
Session Organiser at many AAB, BCPC and other conferences, including EURECO'99 in Halkidiki, Greece, Sept. 1999.
External examiner of PhDs at Bristol, Reading, Sussex, Liverpool, Buckingham, Rennes, Wageningen, Queensland.
Currently Director of Marshall Agroecology Ltd
1985-2001:Head of Agroecology Group. IACR Long Ashton Research Station. Dept.
Agricultural Sciences, University of Bristol.
1979-1985: AFRC Weed Research Organization, Begbroke, Oxford.
1977-1978: Freshwater Biological Association, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 6BB.