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Lydia White, MSc

PhD Candidate
University of New Brunswick, Saint John

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Beginning as a lobster technician in Dingwall, Nova Scotia, I have continued my research interests in the American lobster fishery. Completing my Masters in 2022, I am currently a PhD Candidate in the Rochette lab at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John.

 

I believe that the key to good fisheries science is meaningful conversation between academia, industry, and government. 

Although I am constantly working in different areas of lobster fishery ecology, my current research is looking at developing a tool that can be used to predict future fishery landings.  

 
 

Contact Me

University of New Brunswick Saint John

100 Tucker Park Rd
Saint John, E2K 5E2
Canada

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