Dr. Cartwright Stephen Robert 嘉德智博士
Academic Co-ordinator and Lecturer, Environmental and Conservation Studies / Generic Content - Free Electives (Environment), Division of Applied Science
Teaching AreasCourse(s) taught:
- ENCS2101 Diversity of Life and Laboratory
- ENCS2102 Ecology and Habitats
- ENCS2100 Conservation and Ecotourism
- ENCS2103 General Biology
- ENCS2104 Microbiology and Laboratory
- FREL1101 Wonders of the Environment
- CCPN1400 The Art of Persuasion
- Climate Change
- Impacts of global warming
- Animal physiology
- Environmental education and health
- Han G, Cartwright SR, Ganmanee M, Chan BKK, Alfian K, Hutchinson N, Wang J, Hui TY, Williams GA and Dong YW (2018) High thermal stress responses of Echinolittorina snails at their range edge predict population vulnerability to future warming. Science of the Total Environment. 647: 763-771.
- Wang W, Hui JHL, Williams GA, Cartwright SR, Tsang LM, Chu KH (2016) Comparative transcriptomics across populations offers new insights into the evolution of thermal resistance in marine snails. Marine Biology. 163, 92.
- Cartwright SR and Williams GA (2014) How hot for how long? The potential role of heat intensity and duration in moderating the beneficial effects of an ecosystem engineer on rocky shores. Marine Biology. 161: 2097-2105.
- Wong KKW, Cartwright SR, Williams GA, Chan BKK, Chu KH and Tsang LM (2014) Physiological responses of two acorn barnacles, Tetraclita japonica and Megabalanus volcano, to summer heat stress on a tropical shore. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 461: 243-249.
- Cartwright SR and Williams GA (2012) Seasonal variation in utilization of biogenic microhabitats by littorinid snails on tropical rocky shores. Marine Biology. 159: 2323-2332
- Williams GA, De Pirro M, Cartwright S, Khangura K, Ng WC, Leung PTY and Morritt D (2010) Come rain or shine: the combined effects of physical stresses on physiological and protein-level responses of an intertidal limpet in the monsoonal tropics. Functional Ecology. 25: 101-110
- Cartwright SR, Coleman RA, Browne MA (2006) Ecologically relevant effects of pulse application of copper on the limpet Patella vulgata. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 325: 187-194.
Professional / Community Services
- Principal Voluntary Project Scientist for Hong Kong Organic Aquatic Association (HKOAA) on a Sustainable Development Mariculture Plan (FEF2019004, awarded HKD $916,400).
- Member and advisor in areas of ecology and biodiversity for Fisheries Environmental Research Organisation (FERO).