She graduated with a master's degree in fisheries biology and management from the University of Bergen in Norway in 2004. Her master's thesis concentrated on simple vs multi-parameter harvest control rules in marine fisheries management. In 2006 Ms. Dankel started her PhD studies in fisheries management at the Institute of Marine Research in Bergen. She first joined the Evolution and Ecology Program as a participant in the Young Scientists Summer Program 2007 for research collaboration in the field of population dynamics and fisheries management. She is continuing this collaboration with EEP through the EU 6th framework program FishACE as a Research Assistant. The focus of her current work is the quantification and integration of utility components and stakeholder preferences in fisheries management as well as theoretical studies of harvest control rules.
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