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Growing up in Florida, USA, I was raised on and around the ocean and and beaches which naturally sparked an interest in marine science. I obtained my Bachelors from the Florida Institute of Technology in Marine Science through which I was introduced to the University of Puerto Rico's (UPR) Department of Marine Science during a summer field course in 2008. In 2011 I began my graduate research and technical dive training as a trimix closed-circuit rebreather diver, which has allowed the opportunity to participate in numerous mesophotic research cruises throughout the US Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. My research interests include spawning aggregations and habitat utilization of commercially important fish species with my specific doctoral research focusing on a Nassau grouper spawning aggregation off Puerto Rico's West coast.
Please note that only publications relevant to mesophotic reefs are indexed.
In situ Tagging of Nassau Grouper Epinephelus striatus Using Closed-Circuit Rebreathers at a Spawning Aggregation in Puerto Rico | article
Tuohy E, Nemeth MI, Bejarano I, Schärer MT, Appeldoorn RS (2015)
Mar Technol Soc J 49:115-123
Styles and rates of mesophotic reef accretion on a Caribbean insular slope | article
Sherman CE, Carlo M, Tuohy E, Adey WH (2023)
Detrimental conditions affecting Xestospongia muta across shallow and mesophotic coral reefs off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico | article
Garcia-Hernandez JE, Tuohy E, Toledo-Rodríguez DA, Sherman C, Schizas NV, Weil E (2021)
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 147:47-61