Read all about it: Some non-science musings on the human side of vaquita conservation

From SAFRN founder Tara Sayuri Whitty!

Tara Sayuri Whitty, PhD

Despite my lack of enthusiasm for academia’s focus on publications, I actually do enjoy writing. So, I’m happy to share some non-scientific writing of mine that’s just been posted on the online magazine, Salt!  I scribbled some words about my thoughts, feelings, and experiences about my team’s project on the human side of vaquita conservation.

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Small-scale fisheries research @ IMCC4

*UPDATE* The list of SSF presentations has been updated. It is by no means exhaustive/complete, but the new list has included many more presentations. Thanks to our communications coordinator for poring through the extensive IMCC program! The International Marine Conservation Congress 2016 is upon us!  For our fellow small-scale fisheries enthusiasts, we've compiled a list … Continue reading Small-scale fisheries research @ IMCC4

IMCC 2016 Abstracts due March 7: Conservation & Small-scale Fisheries

With Too Big To Ignore (TBTI), we at SAFRN are organizing a symposium at the IMCC 2016 on "Conservation and stewardship in small-scale fisheries: Practices and lessons from around the world" (abstract below). We would love to have you submit your abstract by March 7, if you have any insight/experience studying the impacts of small-scale … Continue reading IMCC 2016 Abstracts due March 7: Conservation & Small-scale Fisheries