Meet REWRITE researchers: say hello to Konstantina Apostolopoulou

Exploring Seascape Connectivity, Biodiversity Conservation, and Ecosystem Services Across European Shorelines

Meet REWRITE researchers: say hello to Konstantina Apostolopoulou

With an enduring passion for the wonders of the natural world, Konstantina Apostolopoulou, a biologist, holds an MSc in Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Adept in ecology across diverse scales, from population dynamics to the pivotal roles of Protected Areas (PAs) and Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) in preserving biodiversity.

Embarking on the captivating odyssey within the REWRITE project, Konstantina is set to unfold a compelling narrative through her Ph.D. thesis. Focused on evaluating seascape connectivity, her research delves into the intricate relationships between connectivity, the ecological state of the Intertidal Soft Sediment (ISS) along the rewilding/restoration spectrum, and the impact of seascape structure on key ecosystem services. A vital contributor to the esteemed Harokopio University of Athens

Thrilled at the prospect of making a substantial impact on the protection and restoration of coastal habitats across Europe, Konstantina is eager to acquire new skills and experiences. Joining forces with a global network of scientists and researchers who share a profound passion for coastal habitats adds an extra layer of excitement to this transformative journey.

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