leading a mangrove estuary tour in Costa Rica

Doing science is one thing, but translating it for the non-scientific world outside is the way make research go a long way. This is especially important if research has a potential application to conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems, not to mention livelihoods of people.

In addition to my research, I have participated in non-technical, popular communications initiatives to amplify important messages about conservation to broader audiences that can access and absorb information presented in peer-reviewed publications.

Check out some these initiatives by following the links below:

The State of the World’s Sea Turtles (SWOT)

global conservation priorities for marine turtles

sustainable fisheries

fisheries bycatch of marine megafauna

blogs, etc.

click here to download my CV

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