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Postdoctoral research fellow, The University of Queensland

I am a Research Consultant for the CSIRO and a Postdoctorate Researcher at the Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Science (School of Earth and Environmental Sciences) at the University of Queensland, Australia, where I completed my PhD. I have a Masters degree in Applied Marine Science from the University of Cape Town, and a Bachelors degree in Environmental Studies from Yale University. My research looks at different approaches for improving the sustainability of seafood and reducing fishing impacts on threatened species.

Experience

  • 2021–present
    Postdoctoral research fellow, University of Queensland
  • 2018–present
    Assistant researcher, The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

Education

  • 2021 
    University of Queensland, PhD in Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • 2014 
    University of Cape Town, MSc in Marine Science
  • 2011 
    Yale University, BA in Environmental Science

Publications

  • 2021
    Multinational Coordination Required for Conservation of Over 90% of Marine Species, Global Change Biology
  • 2020
    Over 90 endangered fish and invertebrates are caught in industrial fisheries, Nature Communications
  • 2019
    Need to address gaps in global fisheries observation, Conservation Biology
  • 2017
    Potential application of baited remote underwater video to survey abundance of west coast rock lobster Jasus lalandii, Fisheries Management and Ecology
  • 2017
    Pelagic bioregionalisation using open-access data for better marine protected area planning, Ocean and Coastal Management
  • 2015
    First survey of fishes in the Betty’s Bay Marine Protected Area (MPA) along South Africa’s temperate Southwest coast, African Journal of Marine Science