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Eloise Wilson

IMAS, University of Tasmania

Masters Student

wilsone8@utas.edu.au
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Eloise is a master’s student with the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, UTAS. With a keen interest in ecosystem-based fisheries management, Eloise is completing a research thesis on the factors driving sperm whale distribution within the Patagonian Toothfish fishery on the Kerguelen Plateau. Prior to undertaking her masters, Eloise completed a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Zoology and Ecology, from James Cook University. Before moving to Tasmania to complete her masters, Eloise worked on the Great Barrier Reef undertaking surveys on reef health and helping control the invasive Crown-of-Thorns starfish.

University of TasmaniaInstitute of Marine and Antarctic StudiesCSIRO Department of the Environment
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