The Center for Ocean Solutions Team

The skills, knowledge and expertise availible at the Center for Ocean Solutions spans marine and social sciences as well as law, representing the Center's interdisciplinary approach to problem-solving. Our team combines innovation and solid research to solving the intermediate and long-range challenges facing ocean health.
Specialty | Group

Elena Finkbeiner

early career social science fellow

Elena aims to incorporate FAO guidelines on achieving small-scale fisheries sustainability to create a guidance document accessible and useful for funders and practitioners.  

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Kai Lee

cos fellow

Kai N.

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Jesse Reiblich

early career law and policy fellow

As a fellow, Jesse uses his extensive background in environmental and land use law to contribute to the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions' projects dealing with land-sea interactions. He works to identify the legal challenges posed by sea-level rise and other effects of climate change, as well as suitable legal and land use adaptation strategies to confront these challenges.

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Mary Cameron

arctic modeling postdoc

Mary Cameron joined the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions in December 2017 as a postdoctoral scholar, modeling the effects of multiple stressors in the Arctic marine system.

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Stephanie Green

early career science fellow

Stephanie Green leads research on the effects of climate change on ocean food webs. She is also a CIHR Banting Fellow.

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Sierra Killian

research associate

Sierra is a senior at Stanford studying Earth Systems, an interdisciplinary environmental science program, and will be working in environmental policy after graduation.

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