Aaron Savio Lobo

Research Affiliate, Oceans and Coasts

Ph.D.

Aaron Savio Lobo worked with NCF until 2008 as part of the UNDP Post Tsunami Environment Initiative.  Aaron's work explored the economics of trawl fishing along the Coromandel Coast. This work was the basis of his doctoral thesis, which he completed from Cambridge University, UK.  Aaron currently works at Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in New Delhi.

Projects

Publications

Dataset

2016

Long-lived groupers require structurally stable reefs in the face of repeated climate change disturbances.

Journal Article

2014

Long-lived benthic predators require structurally stable reefs in the face of repeated climate-change disturbances

Journal Article

2013

Opportunistic exploitation: an overlooked pathway to extinction

Journal Article

2010

Trawling the shorelines

Journal Article

2010

Commercializing bycatch can push a fishery beyond economic extinction

Report

2008

Strategies for reducing bycatch of susceptible species