Environmental Policy and Regulation,
College of William & Mary,
Liz is a marine biologist, environmental regulation specialist, and science writer. She has previously studied Antarctic fish, seaweed, and marine coastal ecology.
Liz has worked as a research technician in Antarctica, where she studied the effects of temperature on Antarctic fish. Currently, she works as an environmental permitting specialist and freelance writer. As a permitting specialist at WRA, Inc., Liz specializes in eelgrass regulations, coastal zone conservation, and restoration. As a writer, Liz applies her extensive knowledge of marine systems, environmental issues, and outdoor recreation to create captivating articles.
Liz holds a Master's degree in marine biology from Northeastern University and a Bachelor's degree in biology from the College of William & Mary.
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