Alistair Economakis

Alistair Economakis

Marine Biology Research, Boston University Marine Program (BUMP)

Oceanography Research related to Shark Aggregations and the Greek Seashore
 

Currently employed at Boston University Marine Program (BUMP)

 

Previous: Boston University

 

    Summary

    Alistair Economakis is known for his research and publications related to Marine Biology focusing specifically on coastal fishes and invertebrates of the Greek Seashore as well as aggregation behavior of grey reef sharks. Before establishing his career in Marine Biology and Oceanography, Alistair Economakis studied at Boston University as a student in the marine science program (BUMP) where he earned his Bachelor's degree with a focus on Marine Biology and Environmental Science. He later went on to complete his Master's and Ph.D. degrees in Biology participating in a diverse range of research projects along the way.

Experiences

 

Marine Biology Research

At Boston University Marine Program (BUMP)

From 1992 to Present
Author and Photographer for publications and research projects for the Boston University Marine Program
 

Boston University, Boston

B.S., Marine Biology & Environmental Science

From 1992 to 1996

Skills

 
  • Biology
  • Photography
  • Publishing
  • Research
  • Writing

Langues parlées

 

Centres d'intérêt

 
  • Biology
  • Environmental Science
  • Marine Biology
  • Marine Life
  • Oceanography
  • Science