Seabirds as sentinels of marine ecosystem health and environmental change
15th Annual RAM Myers Lecture presented by Dalhousie’s Biology Department.
Moderated by Boris Worm.
Dr. Emily Choy is a postdoctoral fellow at McGill University and Environment and Climate Change Canada studying the effects of climate change on Arctic seabirds and marine predators. She has worked in many remote locations across the Canadian Arctic and is an Explorer-in-Residence with the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. She also holds a B.Ed in Outdoor and Experiential Education and is a well-known science communicator.