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Mikaela Provost

Mikaela Provost

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Hopkins Marine Station

About

My research uses theoretical and empirical approaches to address applied problems in fisheries management and marine conservation. My projects span multiple species and places. Currently, I study abalone in Baja California, Mexico and the effects of climate-change refugia on abalone population dynamics with Dr. Giulio De Leo and Dr. Fiorenza Micheli at Hopkins Marine Station. For more details about what I do check out my website: https://mmprovost.wordpress.com

Academic Appointments

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Hopkins Marine Station

Professional Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University of California Davis (2020)
License, Seton Hall University (2009)
Bachelor of Science, St Norbert College, Biology (2007)
PhD, University of California, Davis, Ecology (2020)
MS, Rutgers University, Oceanography (2013)