Myfanwy Rowlands, UCD Graduate Student Researcher

Position/Affiliation: Wildlife Fish and Conservation Biology

Contact Info:


  • Present: University of California, Davis - Doctoral Student Animal Behavior Graduate Group
  • 2010: University of California, Berkeley - B.A. Marine Science
  • 2010: University of California, Berkeley - B.S. Conservation and Resource Studies

Research Interests:

Biotelemetry and remote monitoring techniques for aquatic mammals and ecosystems, Underwater imaging technologies and their application to aquatic behavioral ecology research, Applications of geospatial technologies (GIS/GPS) for remote wildlife monitoring and modeling


Rowlands, M. (Photographer). (2010). "Shark Spotters Not Taking Any Chances." Weekend Argus, p4. Cape
Town, South Africa.

Rowlands, M. and Benjamin, S. (2010 in prep) "Notorynchus cepedianus of Cape Town, South Africa." Shark
Diver Magazine.

Rowlands, M. (2010). "The Best Opportunity in the World." The Undersea Journal, Q4, 26-27.

Rowlands, M. (2010). A Scholar's Year in Video. Retrieved from

Rowlands, M. (Director). (2010). One Flew Over the Otter's Nest [Documentary]. United States.

Rowlands, M. (Photographer). (2010). CCMI GG Photos 1-5. "The Green Guide to the Cayman Islands:
Sustaining Our Oceans and Islands." Central Caribbean Marine Institute, Little Cayman, Cayman Islands.

Rowlands, M. (Photographer). (2010). ICON Installation Nos. 1-2. "Keeping Tabs on Reefs : NOAA's New
Monitoring Network Provides Data to Managers and Divers." Alert Diver Magazine, Q2, p16.

Rowlands, M. (Photographer). (2010). Green sea turtle Chelonia mydas in Little Cayman, Cayman Islands.
Conservation and Society. 8(4), cover. Karnataka, India.

Rowlands, M. (Director). (2009). About CCMI: Conservation in Action [Promotional]. United States.

Rowlands, M. (Director). (2009). Little Cayman ICON Installation [Instruction Video]. United States

Rowlands, M. (Photographer). (2009). Rolex Scholar Image Gallery. Retrieved from

Rowlands, M. (2009). "Being Cozumel: A Call for Intelligent Tourism." International League of Conservation
Photographers: Yucatan RAVE. Retrieved from

Rowlands, M. (2007). "Substrata preference in foraminifera fouling communities in Moorea, French
Polynesia." eScholarship, University of California. Retrieved from

Rowlands, M. (2007, May 14). "Why Plastics and the Seas Don't Mix." The Daily Californian, pp 2.