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Hawaii-born oceanographer Anela Choy was among five recipients of the 2016 For Women in Science Fellowship. The Fellowship awards $60,000 grants “to exemplary female scientists to advance their postdoctoral research.”
Ms. Choy is postdoctoral fellow in biological oceanography and marine ecology at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute in California.
Choy says her grant will further her research “into how food webs within the open ocean work, including how they are impacted by plastic pollution, fisheries and environmental change.”
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