About Eve Robinson

Eve applies her interdisciplinary expertise to link science with decision-making as the North Coast Science Integration Fellow. Located up in Humboldt county, Eve works with the teams that brought together baseline data in the North Coast MPAs to find ways to integrate these projects. 

Eve was most recently a postdoc at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa, studying how larval fish learn to capture prey. She has a PhD from the University of California Berkeley where she used an ecological and biomechanical approach to see how complex, wavy flow affects predator-prey interactions for animals that live in the rocky intertidal. Eve was a California Sea Grant Fellow in 2014-2015 with Ocean Science Trust, and previously worked with a marine conservation organization in British Columbia. She was also a science writer for non-academic audiences. Committed to promoting science literacy and curiosity, she has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in zoology, biomechanics, oceanography, and general biology to students from a wide range of backgrounds. Through her research and MS in Marine Science (University of Texas at Austin, Marine Science Institute) and BS in Biology (University of Victoria, British Columbia), Eve has enjoyed field-based research along the coasts of California, Vancouver Island, Belize, Israel, and Australia.

My News

by Eve Robinson / California Ocean Science Trust and Humboldt State University
May 01, 2017
The Humboldt State University Marine and Coastal Science Institute ( hsumarinelab.org ) is hosting a symposium to share results from baseline monitoring of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) on the North Coast. Come hear about the 11 monitoring projects that combined the efforts of scientists, Tribes,...