Talya ten Brink


Gloucester, MA

United States of America

Education & career

University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI. Ph.D., 2016-2020. Doctor of Philosophy in Marine Affairs, College of the Environment and Life Sciences, Social Science Degree. 

Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands. M.S., 2012-2014. Master of Science in Urbanism.

University of Washington, Seattle, WA. B.L.A., 2007-2012. Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Magna cum laude, with College and Departmental Honors,. Minor in Restoration Ecology and Minor in Environmental Resource Management.

Selected publications (up to 5)

ten Brink, T., Dalton, T., and Livermore, J. 2021. Integrating social and ecological research on the impacts of offshore wind farms in North America. In book: Researching people and the sea: methodologies and traditions. Chapter: 11. Springer Nature / Palgrave Publishers.

Cashion T, Nguyen T, ten Brink T, Mook A, Palacios-Abrantes J, Roberts SM (2020) Shifting seas, shifting boundaries: Dynamic marine protected area designs for a changing climate. PLoS ONE 15(11): e0241771. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241771

Haggett, C., ten Brink, T., Russell, A., Roach, M., Firestone, J., Dalton, J., and McCay, B. December 2020 (in press). Offshore Wind Projects and Fisheries: Conflict and Engagement in the UK and the US. Oceanography.

ten Brink T. and Dalton T. (2018). Perceptions of Commercial and Recreational Fishers on the Potential Ecological Impacts of the Block Island Wind Farm (US). Frontiers in Marine Science 5:439. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00439.

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