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B.Sc. Ohio State University (Columbus, OH USA)
Masters Student, James Cook University
Aliya was born and raised in the landlocked Midwest of the USA but spent her undergraduate studies exploring the relationship between humans and wildlife with experiences in both South Africa and North Queensland. After spending a year volunteering with marine conservation NGOs and communities in the Philippines and Indonesia, she is now completing her master’s degree in marine biology at James Cook University.
Aliya is interested in the human dimensions of marine conservation, including adaptive co-management, sustainable fisheries production and consumption, and effective science communication.
Aliya’s current research is investigating the benefits and consequences of current alternative livelihood schemes for shark fishermen.