Jennifer Selgrath

Jennifer’s  Ph.D. research aims to understand the interplay between fishing practices and habitat change and to use such information to explore systematic options for siting marine protected areas (MPAs). Jennifer is addressing questions using an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates remote sensing, anthropology and planning, landscape and community ecology, and conservation biology. This work is being done in close collaboration with her Filipino colleagues at the Project Seahorse Foundation and through the support of the Fulbright Scholars program. More information about Jennifer and her work is available HERE.

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