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Dr. Kevin Rhodes

Pacific Marine Science and Conservation, Hawaii

Kevin Rhodes is a research scientist at the University of Guam and a specialist with the IUCN Groupers and Wrasses Specialist Group. His research focuses on coral reef fish life history and conservation, including age, growth, reproduction and spatial ecology in the Caribbean Sea, and central and western Pacific. His research uses biological data to assist developing island communities identify and develop the most appropriate management protocols to conserve fish populations and maintain food and socio-economic security in local fishing communities.

Emergin infectious diseases with Associate Professor Gavin Smith

Watch Dr. Kevin Rhodes Sci21 webcast, Sustainable Fisheries