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Lindsay Aylesworth

Name: Lindsay Aylesworth
Email: l.aylesworth@fisheries.ubc.ca
Program: PhD Zoology
Thesis: Community and population ecology, specifically to address seahorse conservation, threats and management
Supervisor: Amanda Vincent
Degree Held: MSc Coastal Environment Management (Duke University); BSc (Georgetown University)

Biography

Lindsay’s research interests lie in community and population ecology, specifically to address seahorse conservation, threats and management. As a Fulbright Scholar, she brings over 5 years of marine biology research and international experience to Project Seahorse. Prior to joining the team, she worked in Brazil to identify microhabitat preferences of the longsnout seahorse,Lindsay holds a Master’s in Coastal Environmental Management from Duke University where she studied bycatch in Pacific Island fisheries and a Bachelor of Science from Georgetown University where she explored illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing of the Patagonian Toothfish.

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