Sarah Frias-Torres

Sarah Frias-Torres

Coordinator of the Reef Rescuers Program at Nature Seychelles

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Research Collaborator, Smithsonian Institution - Smithsonian Institution

Scientific Consultant - The Science and Entertainment Exchange

Researcher - Ocean Research & Conservation Association

Marine Conservation Scientist - MRAG Americas Inc


B.S. degree - Marine Biology , University of Barcelona , Spain

M.A. - Film Studies , University of Miami

M.S. degree - Marine Environmental Protection , School of Ocean Sciences


Ph.D. - Biological Oceanography , Florida Institute of Technology


Post Doctoral Fellow - Schmidt Research Vessel Institute

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Dr. Sarah Frias-Torres, Research Associate, Reef Rescuers Project
Dr. Sarah Frias-Torres is a broadly trained, fieldwork oriented marine ecologist and biological oceanographer. Her research interests include: (1) Effects of global climate change in tropical marine ecosystems, (2) Coral reef and mangrove ecosystem resilience, (3) Behavioral ecology and conservation biology of marine megafauna, (4) Life histories, reproduction and parental care in fishes, (5) Marine biodiversity and, (6) Development of novel low cost high-tech ocean sensors. Dr. Frias-Torres is committed in making her research available to the general public through science outreach, such us writing magazine or newspaper articles and documentary filmmaking. She is currently the Coordinator of the Reef Rescuers Program at Nature Seychelles.

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Dr Sarah Frias-Torres, Research Associate, Nature Seychelles

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Dr Sarah Frias-Torres, Research Associate, Nature Seychelles

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