I am proud to announce the second governmental publication of this year! Hard work has finally been starting to pay off. After 1,5 years working on the Queen conch data that I collected during my final internship, the results are finally here.
Governmental reports have always attracted me and are definitely one of my favourites. Although scientific publications in journals may have higher impact rates or whatsoever, with governmental reports you know something is done with it right away or in short-time period. Especially, when talking about small islands like Anguilla or any other in the Caribbean.
Thanking the Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources Management of Anguilla and Erik Boman once again for the great opportunities and time I had on the island. Looking forward to my next visit and we will keep in touch.
Find the publication here, titled: "Summary of Queen Conch (Lobatus gigas) research undertaken in Anguilla and the implications for current management practices ."