Sea Around Us –Indian Ocean
School of Biological Sciences
University of Western Australia (UWA)
Lincoln’s fascination as a child with the ocean led her to study marine science at the University of Victoria, Canada. After completing her degree, she worked as a Research Assistant for the Sea Around Us, at the University of British Columbia, Canada, updating all maritime countries catch reconstructions in order to gain a better understanding of global fisheries. In 2017 she travelled to Australia where Prof. Dirk Zeller had created the Sea Around Us – Indian Ocean node and where she continued her work in fisheries science. While working as a researcher at SAU-IO, she decided to pursue a PhD in Marine Science in the Marine Futures Lab studying the effects of vessel traffic noise on wildlife in marine protected areas.
Vianna GM, Hehre J, White R, Hood L, Derrick B, Zeller D (2020) Long-term fishing catch and effort trends in the Republic of the Marshall Islands, with emphasis on the small-scale sectors. Frontiers in Marine Science 6:828.
Freire K, Belhabib D, Espedido J, Hood L, Kleisner K, Lam V, Machado M, Mendonça JT, Meeuwig J, Moro P, Motta F, Palomares MLD, Smith N, Teh LC, Zeller D, Zylich K, Pauly D (2020) Estimating global catches of marine recreational fisheries. Frontiers in Marine Science 7:12.
Léopold, M., David, G., Raubani, J., Kaltavara, J., Hood, L. and Zeller, D., 2017. An Improved Reconstruction of Total Marine Fisheries Catches for the New Hebrides and the Republic of Vanuatu, 1950–2014. Frontiers in Marine Science, 4