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PhD Candidate, University of Cape Town

I have had a diverse marine research career to date which has ranged from experience in marine consulting and management in the Middle East to research, education and conservation in South Africa and the UK.

My research interests primarily centre on the spatial ecology of marine predators, conservation and overlaps with commercial fisheries.

Currently I am a PhD candidate at the University of Cape Town investigating the spatial ecology of the bronze whaler shark, using a blended approach: tag-recapture, acoustic telemetry and genetics.

I have a strong analytical foundation to apply to research coupled with excellent communication ability, having worked with diverse groups of researchers, NGOs, non-scientists and members of the public.


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    PhD Candidate, University of Cape Town