Young Marine Conservation Network (YMCN) Working Group

angelaT. E. Angela L. Quiros, Ph. D.
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California Santa Cruz, USA
Masters of Environmental Management, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, USA
Areas of interest: seagrass, tropical fish, small scale fisheries, terrestrial protected areas, marine protected areas, social-ecological systems, ecotourism, human-wildlife interactions
Skill set: seagrass and fish surveys, report writing, fundraising, project design, classroom and field-based science education, translating science for non-scientists, event planning, underwater GoPro video, drone photography & videography

angelalquiros@gmail.com; tquiros@ucsc.edu
+1 (415) 341-3683
+63 (928) 502-3035
https://angelaquiros.wordpress.com/

hudsonHudson T. Pinheiro
PhD Candidate, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California Santa Cruz, USA
Researcher, Section of Ichthyology, California Academy of Sciences
Areas of interest: coral reefs, reef fishes, biodiversity, ecology, conservation, management, fisheries, traditional ecological knowledge, biogeography, evolution
Skill set: fish surveys, data analysis, scientific writing, coastal management, outreach, underwater videography, film making, music composition

htpinheiro@gmail.com; hpinheiro@calacademy.org
+1 (831) 428-2530

evaEva M. Salas
PhD Candidate, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California Santa Cruz
Researcher, Section of Ichthyology, California Academy of Sciences
Areas of interest: coral reefs, marine fishes, conservation, doing science with non-scientists, field-based science education
Skill set: reef fish & coral reef surveys, teaching, DNA analyses, scuba diving, underwater photography

salas.e@gmail.com, esalas@calacademy.org
+1 (831) 227-9916

iriaIria Fernandez Silva, Ph. D.
Researcher, Section of Ichthyology, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, USA
Areas of interest: Marine Protected Areas, population connectivity, coral reef conservation, coral reef fishes, sea cucumbers, evolution, biogeography, macroecology and climate change
Skill set: DNA analyses for evaluation of population connectivity and cryptic species, marine field ecology, grant writing and fundraising, science communication and environmental education

iriafernandezsilva@gmail.com, ifernandez@calacademy.org
+1 (415) 996-6772
https://www.calacademy.org/staff/ibss/ichthyology/iria-fernandez-silva
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