Rachel Seary

Ph.D., Geography
M.Sc, Ecosystem-based Management of Marine Systems

NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center, Santa Cruz

2015-2019 Cambridge University/WCMC
NOAA, Santa Cruz

Rachel Seary is conducting her Ph.D. research at the University of Cambridge in cooperation with the United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC). Rachel’s research background is in coastal habitats and artisanal fisheries and she has recently completed an M.Sc in Ecosystem-based Management of Marine Systems at the University of St Andrews. As a member of the Nereus Program, Rachel will be working on understanding the role of mangroves in supporting artisanal fisheries and the potential impacts of mangrove loss on global food security and community livelihoods.

Nereus Fellow at University of Cambridge/UNEP-WCMC Rachel Seary attended the 1st FishAdapt conference on climate change adaptation for fisheries and aquaculture, held in Bangkok from August 8 to 10, 2016.

Nereus Fellow, Rachel Seary, a PhD Student at the University of Cambridge and the United Nations Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre, has just returned from Cambodia, where she conducted a month long fieldwork period aimed at understanding the links between mangroves and fishing community livelihoods.

September 6, 2017 | Fisheries

Past Event

12 November 2018 - 14 November 2018

Nereus fellow Rachel Seary will be attending the Third International Symposium on Mangroves as Fish Habitat in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia November 12-14th, 2018.

Exploring the Impacts of Future Global Change on Mangrove-Fishery-Community Linkages

Rachel Seary Nereus Annual General Meeting 2016 UBC, Vancouver, Canada May 30 to June 3, 2016