Anela is a sea-going biological oceanographer with research expertise in open ocean (water-column and deep-sea) food web structure and function. Her core research focuses on how organic matter flows through and connects species and assemblages, as driven by feeding and movement. Additionally, using a suite of multi-disciplinary tools, Anela’s work interrogates the impacts of global environmental change and commercial fishing pressure on pelagic ecosystems.
- 2013 PhD, Oceanography, University of Hawaii
- 2008 M.Sc., Oceanography, University of Hawaii
- 2004 B.A., Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Hawaii