Angie Coulter is from North Vancouver, Canada. She completed her BSc in Biological Sciences at Simon Fraser University, specializing in aquatic ecology and conservation and the Bamfield Marine Sciences Center field school program in Fall 2014 where she investigated the effect of ocean warming on the feeding rate of red sea urchins. She has previously worked as a research assistant investigating trophic cascades in kelp forest food webs and as a technician for Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s salmonid fisheries mark recovery program. Angie joined the Sea Around Us as a Research Assistant in October 2015 to investigate global fishing effort, with a focus on Asian countries. In her spare time she enjoys outdoor activities including scuba diving, hiking and snowboarding.