Resources for conserving biodiversity are invariably insufficient. Thus, the identification of robust yet flexible priorities for management is necessary. Our lab is interested in the development of frameworks and decision-support tools to help prioritize the allocation of resources and selection of interventions to maximize the conservation of marine megafauna, in particular marine turtles.
PRIORITIZATION OF CONSERVATION INTERVENTIONS AND OPTIMAL RESOURCE ALLOCATION
- Prioritizing multiple management actions for marine turtle conservation
- Conservation hotspots for marine turtle nesting areas based on their exposure to anthropogenic pressures
- Understanding the spatial ecology of sea turtles to inform marine spatial planning in Bimini
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Sea Turtles Program
Australian Research Council (ARC)
Save Our Seas Foundation