Guest Lecturer at University of British Columbia Darwin’s Fishes (BIOL445). Vancouver, BC. “How we study the past: Case Studies in Historical Ecology and Environmental History”. January 2016 & 2017.
International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC). Glasgow, Scotland. “Opportunities to incorporate marine conservation into climate policy.” August 2014
United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea 15th meeting Side Event. “Cumulative impacts on marine resources: implications for fisheries and livelihoods.” May 2014.
NYU Environmental Studies Career Series. New York, New York. “Starting your own NGO to working for the largest inter-governmental organization in the world.” October 2013.
Student Conference on Conservation Science (SCCS). Cambridge, England. “Fishing from space: Estimating fish catches using Google Earth.” March 2013.
International Coral Reef Symposium (ICRS). Cairns, Australia. “Overexploited but underreported: Ground truthing fish catches using Google Earth.” July 2012.
International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC). Victoria, BC. “Gaining perspective on what we’ve lost: The reliability of anecdotal data in acquiring quantitative information.” May 2011.
Student Conference on Conservation Science (SCCS), New York, NY. “Historical changes in marine ecosystems of the Persian Gulf.” November 2010.
Fisheries and Marine Ecosystems Conference (FAME), Port Moody, BC. “Classifying levels of protection in marine protected areas.” April 2010.
Fisheries Centre Seminar Series. Vancouver, BC. “Classifying levels of protection in marine protected areas.” March 2010.