Dane Klinger is a Ph.D. student in Stanford’s Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environmental and Resources. His research examines ecological, economic, and policy components of aquaculture, fisheries, and the global seafood trade that can increase seafood production while improving or maintaining marine ecosystem services and functioning.
Before coming to Stanford, Dane was a Research Associate at the Blue Ocean Institute, where he led Blue Ocean’s fisheries and aquaculture research. He holds B.A. and M.S. degrees in Environmental Studies and Policy, respectively, from Bard College and was a graduate guest student at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.