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So-Jung Youn is currently a PhD student with Dr. William Taylor at Michigan State University. She is interested in global utilization of inland capture fisheries and the inland fisheries value chain. She is studying ways to assess and value inland fisheries, such as using consumption surveys and household dynamics to estimate inland fisheries harvest. So-Jung is also interested in valuation of the services provided by inland fisheries and characterization of the inland fisheries value chain. Her MS thesis, "The Importance of Inland Fisheries to Global Food Security", focused on the contribution of inland fisheries to food security and livelihoods. So-Jung received a MS in Fisheries and Wildlife from Michigan State University and a BS in Biology, with a minor in Management and Organizational Leadership, from the College of William and Mary.
|The underappreciated livelihood contributions of inland fisheries and the societal consequences of their neglect||Freshwater, Fish, and the Future||2016|
|The social, economic, and environmental importance of inland fish and fisheries||Environmental Reviews||2016|
|Inland capture fishery contributions to global food security and threats to their future||Global Food Security||2014|