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Dr Marie-Annick Moreau
Anthropology Department
14 Taviton Street
Tel: 02076798831
  • Teaching Fellow
  • Dept of Anthropology
  • Faculty of S&HS

I gained my PhD in Anthropology from University College London in 2014, examining the importance of small-scale fisheries to the rural poor living on a floodplain in Tanzania. My interest in aquatic resources, rural livelihoods and conservation is long-standing, developed through earlier research on the aquarium trade in the Peruvian Amazon and Indonesia, and positions at UNEP-SCBD (Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity), the Earth Negotiations Bulletin, and the marine conservation NGO Project Seahorse. 

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I am interested in documenting the contributions made by small-scale fisheries to human well-being, and in exploring related management challenges. Specifically, my research has examined livelihoods and rural poverty in farmer-fisher communities, informal markets and trade, and community-based natural resource management, in both freshwater and marine systems. 

Academic Background
2014 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Anthropology University College London
2004 MSc Master of Science (by research) – Geography McGill University
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