Profile: Tyler Eddy


Evaluating the Effectiveness of Rights-Based Management
for the Bacalao Fishery at the Galapagos Marine Reserve


Tyler completed his PhD in Marine Biology at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand (2011). He is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Lecturer at Dalhousie University and his work focuses on investigating human impacts on coastal marine ecosystems. In partnership with the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF), Tylerí»s research will evaluate the impacts of different management strategies in the Galapagos Marine Reserve. Important components of the research will be the use of underwater surveys, consultation with fishers, fisheries managers, CDF scientists and Galapagos National Park rangers, and testing the range of available management strategies through model simulations.

Links: Final Report (.pdf)