Join Caribbean marine biologist Dr David Gill as he investigates how local communities and researchers are devising solutions for conserving the biodiversity of the oceans and securing coastal livelihoods.

David Gill

David’s research examines the drivers, interactions, and mechanisms that influence management and conservation outcomes in marine social-ecological systems. With a global network of interdisciplinary practitioners and researchers, we integrate approaches from across natural and social science disciplines, and synthesizing datasets on marine systems around the world, to develop and test theories of the underlying factors that lead to equitable and sustainable outcomes, particularly in coastal communities vulnerable to social and environmental change.

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