Dr Helen Pheasey has a career in conservation spanning 20 years which has involved undertaking research in both the natural and social sciences. Most recently she spent five years living at remote field stations in Costa Rica, working with marine turtles. Her most notable project involved deploying 3D printed, GPS enabled decoy turtle eggs to track illegal trade.
Prior to that she was undertaking species inventories at a nature reserve in Paraguay.
Her work has been wide and varied, from interviewing chameleon exporters, poachers and drug users to managing citizen science projects and collaborating with law enforcement officials and NGOs.
Now she is enjoying teaching the next generation of conservation scientists and working on a systematic review of Marine Protected Areas and their contribution to sustainable development.
- Marine Protected Areas and their contribution to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
- International wildlife trade
- Community-based conservation and sustainable use of wildlife.
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