My research focuses on contaminants and debris of anthropogenic origin in the marine environment.
I use oceanographic processes and animal tracking to help describe the distributions of contaminants in the ocean in relation to biota, especially top predators like seabirds.
Due to the globally increasing trends of contaminants and marine debris, I am especially interested in projects that generate data to find solutions to reduce, and find viable alternatives to, contaminants and single-use products.
I have worked on avian ecology research projects since 2003. Like the birds I study, these projects have been wide-ranging, and have taken me around the world.