Nicholas Dulvy
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Nicholas K Dulvy


Summary

Nick Dulvy measures the scale of global change using comparative analyses of populations, communities and ecosystems along gradients of human impact. He has published over eighty peer-reviewed papers and book chapters on life histories, extinction risk, the ecosystem impacts of fishing and the ecological and socioeconomic impacts of climate change.

Aquaculture, Fisheries & Fish Science Biodiversity Conservation Biology Ecology Ecosystem Science Marine Biology

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Professor, Co-chair of IUCN Shark Specialist Group

Simon Fraser University
Biological Sciences

IUCN Shark Specialist Group


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Sympathy for the devil: a conservation strategy for devil and manta rays

March 14th, 2017
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