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Bess Ruffin, MA contributed to the writing of this article. Bess is currently a PhD student in Geography at Florida State University. Bess Ruff received her MA from University of California Santa Barbara in Environmental Science and Management in 2016. As a Graduate Fellow for Sustainable Fisheries Group, she has done survey work in support of marine spatial planning projects in Caribbean. This article was viewed 86.360 times.
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