Human impacts on marine functional connectivity

Keynote speaker: Clarissa Endo

Human impacts on the early life stages and the consequences to marine connectivity

​​Clarissa Akemi Kajiya Endo holds a B.Sc. in Oceanography from the University of São Paulo,  a M.Sc. in Remote Sensing from the National Institute for Space Research Brazil, and a PhD. in Marine Ecology from the University of Oslo​ in a collaborative project between the Institute of Marine Research in Bergen and the University of Oslo.

In the doctoral research, she used coupled biological-physical models to study the early life stages of fish and the factors and processes affecting them and their survival in the Barents Sea. She has special interest in marine connectivity and recruitment and how they are impacted by possible environmental changes. ​

She is currently working at Åkerblå​ in Norway as an oceanographer evaluating ocean currents for aquaculture installations.​​

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​Clarissa ​Endo, University of Oslo, Norway

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Keynote speaker: Clarissa Endo

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