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Ellie Oldach

Ellie Oldach has written 4 posts for oceanbites

Who do you talk to about marine biosecurity, mate? Social networks matter in managing Australia’s ocean pests

Scientists in Australia recently mapped the nation’s biosecurity community as a social network, revealing key characteristics that help and hinder marine pest control. Ellie OldachHello! I’m a third-year PhD student at University of California, Davis, in the Center for Environmental Policy and Behavior. My research focuses on how coastal communities make decisions around climate change […]

Be careful what you fish for: Using protected areas to save lobster claw size

Fishing doesn’t just remove fish from the sea– it can also change the evolutionary trajectory of a species. For lobster, fishing pressure is driving populations to have smaller and smaller claws. Could marine protected areas (MPAs) rescue the large-clawed trait of the lobsters we love? Ellie OldachHello! I’m a third-year PhD student at University of […]

Ocean and night sky

How do you share an octillion? Ensuring equitable access to the ocean genome

There are 3 octillion species in the ocean. The staggering amount of genetic material these species contain could offer answers to some of society’s great challenges, holding keys to curing cancer or reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The problem? Countries with less access to the financial and technical investment needed to explore this material are left […]

Map with shipping corridors

How do we navigate a climate-changed sea? By getting Inuit perspectives on the map.

Climate change is impacting the waters of Arctic Canada. As ice cover declines, interest in using these routes for international trade and shipping is increasing. However, increasing ship traffic has real implications for the health of the people and wildlife of this area. Inuit communities took part in the Canadian government’s planning process to ensure […]

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