Dominique Kone

Graduate Fellow, M.S. Student Marine Resource Management
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Research/Career Interests: 

I am interested in the process by which scientists develop, execute, and use targeted research to inform the conservation and effective management of at-risk marine species and ecosystems. For my master’s work, I will investigate both the ecological and management implications of a potential sea otter reintroduction to the Oregon coast. I plan to do this by (i) identifying suitable habitat, (ii) determining potential impacts on ecosystems and species along the coast, and (iii) elucidating what this all means for environmental managers and how such actions could further the conservation of sea otters.

Education: 
B.A. Environmental Science Studies, Conservation Biology Concentration, Colby College, 2013
Professional Preparation: 
Graduate Fellow: The Graduate School, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. 2017 – Present
Associate: Environmental Science Division, The Pew Charitable Trusts, Washington, DC. 2015 – 2017
Climate and Wildlife Safeguards Fellow: Climate and Wildlife Safeguards Program, National Wildlife Federation, Washington, DC. 2014 – 2015
Research Analyst: National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington, DC. 2014
Regulatory Analyst: Advanced Energy Economy, Washington, DC. 2013 – 2014
NSF Research Intern: REU Program, Department of Biology, University of Virginia, Pembroke, Virginia. 2012
NSF Research Intern: REU Program, Department of Biology, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, Massachusetts. 2011
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