Dr Andrea Reid

Dr Andrea Reid


Dr. Andrea Reid is an Indigenous fisheries scientist and citizen of the Nisga’a Nation who employs community-based approaches and Indigenous research methodologies in her study of culturally significant fish and fisheries. Her freshwater and coastal research creates space for fishers, knowledge keepers, youth, and other community members to be full partners in the research process.


Dr. Andrea Reid is an Assistant Professor with the University of British Columbia’s Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries. She is helping to launch and lead the Centre for Indigenous Fisheries, working to build a national and international hub for the study and protection of culturally significant fish and fisheries. Her research program adopts highly interdisciplinary and applied approaches to improving our understanding of the complex interrelationships between fish, people and place. Reid is a cofounder of Riparia, a Canadian charity that connects diverse young women with science on the water to grow the next generation of water protectors. She is also a National Geographic Explorer and a
Fellow of The Explorers Club.

Articles by Dr Andrea Reid

Expanding The Gaze Of Modern Fisheries Management

The key role of Indigenous knowledge & perspectives

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