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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Saving dolphins & Managing small-scale fisheries

Last week's Third International Conference on Marine Mammals of Southeast Asia (SEAMAM 3 for short) was a whirlwind of updates and discussion on research and conservation.  One issue that stood out clearly was the problem of bycatch, or accidental capture, of marine mammals in small- and large-scale fisheries.  It's long been recognized as a major … Continue reading Saving dolphins & Managing small-scale fisheries