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Vivian currently collaborates broadly with IN FISH, Ocean Tracking Network, NeoTropical and other groups. Her primary research goal is to bridge the gaps between research disciplines and explore transdisciplinary approaches to address conservation and long-term sustainability goals. Her Ph.D. research focuses on the knowledge mobilization of telemetry science, in other words, understanding the gap between telemetry science and practice.
For more information about Vivian, you can follow her on twitter @vivmn and researchgate
Lab Publications (33)
Nguyen, V.M., Young, N., Brownscombe, J.W., Cooke, S.J. In Press. Science-based action starts with collaboration and engagement: factors influencing knowledge uptake in fish telemetry. Ecological Applications. 00:000-000.
Brooks, J.L., J.M. Chapman, A.N. Barkley, S.T. Kessel, N.E. Hussey, S.G. Hinch, D.A. Patterson, K.J. Hedges, S.J. Cooke, A.T. Fisk, S.H. Gruber and V.M. Nguyen. 2019. Biotelemetry informing management: case studies exploring successful integration of biotelemetry data into fisheries and habitat management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 76: 1238-1252.
Nguyen, V.M., N. Young, M. Corriveau, S.G. Hinch and S.J. Cooke. 2019. What is ‘usable’ knowledge? Perceived barriers for integrating new knowledge into management of an iconic Canadian fishery. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 76:463-474.
Nguyen, V.M., N. Young and S.J. Cooke. 2018. Applying a knowledge-action framework for navigating barriers to incorporating telemetry science into fisheries management and conservation: a qualitative study. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 75:1733-1743.
Young, N., M. Corriveau, V.M. Nguyen, S.J. Cooke and S.G. Hinch. 2018. Embracing disruptive new science? Biotelemetry meets co-management in Canada’s Fraser River. Fisheries. 43(1):51-60.