COLLABORATORS

Dr Anna Farmery
Research Fellow, Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), University of Wollongong
Dr Anna Farmery is a Vice Chancellors Post-Doctoral Research Fellow examining how fisheries governance influences food and nutrition security, using a value chain approach. Her research areas include sustainable food systems, seafood governance and trade, the role of seafood in global food and nutrition security
Dr Emma Lee
Research fellow, Swinburne University

In collaboration with the Tasmanian Government and the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, my postdoctoral work is concerned with greater participation and engagement from Aboriginal Tasmanians in establishing cultural fisheries. This includes investigating the barriers and opportunities within the current legislation and policy that governs Tasmanian fisheries and providing the mechanisms for collaborations and networks that encourage working together for regional development.

Dr Sara Hornborg
Research Fellow, Research Institutes of Sweden
Dr Robert Stephenson
Research scientist, St. Andrews Biological Station, Canada

Rob  has worked extensively on the ecology, assessment, and management of Atlantic herring, and more broadly on issues related to fisheries resource evaluation and Fisheries Management Science.  Current research interests include fisheries ecology and management, development of integrated coastal zone management, implementation of the ecosystem approach (particularly in fisheries and aquaculture), and development of policies and strategies for sustainability of marine activities (including the integration of ecological, economic, social and institutional aspects of management).

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