Date of Enrolment
October 1, 2014
Aimee graduated from Pomona College in California, USA with a degree in biology, with an emphasis on wildlife conservation biology. Throughout her undergrad program Aimee has developed her interests through various experiences such as working on organic farms, researching the different roles yaks play in Himalayan villages, spending summers diving in kelp forests for kelp forest ecology conservation research, and conducting an animal management internship at the Oakland Zoo. Aimee’s love for the outdoors and traveling drives her interest in the different ways people of different cultures and environments interact with, depend on, and build relationships with the wildlife and natural environment surrounding them.
Perceived Values of Natural Resources in Fishing Villages Surrounding the Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia
Protected areas, perceived resource value, subsistence resource use
Wildlife conservation, Human-wildlife dependence and relations, subsistence resource utilization