Links provided where available.
In the News
- Interview on the Speak Up for Blue Podcast, 7 June 2019: How Micronesian Coral Reefs Respond to Human Impacts and Climate Change. Listen on Apple Podcasts here, and Spotify here.
- Interview on the PhDivas Podcast on 15 June 2018: Diversity in the Geosciences: Hard Questions for Hard Sciences ft Sara Cannon, Leonora King
- Co-authored op-ed on The Conversation Canada, 22 April 2018: Race and gender still an issue at scientific conferences
- Interview with CBC’s Quirks and Quarks, 10 September 2016: Scientific research and beauty mix on the Marshall Islands
- Interview with the University of British Columbia Faculty of Science, 18 February 2016: Can community-based science save a way of life in Micronesia?
- Cannon, S.E., S.D. Donner, D. Fenner, M. Beger. (2019). The relationship between macroalgae taxa and human disturbance on central Pacific coral reefs. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 145, 161-173. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2019.05.024
- King, L., L. Mackenzie, M. Tadaki, S. Cannon, K. McFarlane, D. Reid, & M. Koppes. (2018). Diversity in geoscience: Participation, behaviour, and the division of scientific labour at a Canadian geoscience conference. FACETS, 3(1), 415–440. http://doi.org/10.1139/facets-2017-0111
Posters and Presentations
- Cannon, S.*, L. King, L. MacKenzie, M. Tadaki, K. Mcfarlane, D. Reid, M. Koppes (2018). Do the ends justify the means? The complex politics of research on equity and diversity in the geosciences. American Geophysicists Union Fall Meeting, Washington, D.C.
- King, L.*, S. Cannon, L. MacKenzie, M. Tadaki, K. Mcfarlane, D. Reid, M. Koppes (2018). What can scientific conferences tell us about diversity in geoscience? American Geophysicists Union Fall Meeting, Washington, D.C.
- Cannon, S.* and S. Donner. (2018). Macroalgae may be a misleading indicator of reef health. International Marine Conservation Congress, Kuching, Malaysia.
- King, L., L. Mackenzie*, M. Tadaki*, S. Cannon*, K. McFarlane*, D. Reid*, M. Koppes. (2018). Diversity in Geoscience: Power, Behaviour, and Division of Scientific Labour at a Geoscience Conference. University of British Columbia Department of Geography Colloquium, Vancouver, BC.
- Cannon, S.* (2017) Climate Change and Coral Reef Resilience: Interactions between Local and Global Threats to Reefs. Women in Ecology, Season 2, Episode 9. Saint Mary’s College, Indiana.
- Cannon, S.* and S. Donner. (2017) Investigating Coral Reef Resilience in the Republic of the Marshall Islands. University of British Columbia Department of Geography 2017 Graduate Student Symposium. Vancouver, BC.
- Cannon, S.* and S. Donner. (2017) Investigating Human Impacts to Coral Reefs in the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference, Bamfield, British Columbia.
- Cannon, S.* and S. Donner. (2016) Climate Variability and the Resilience of Low Diversity Coral Communities to Bleaching in the Gilbert Islands, Kiribati. 13th International Coral Reef Symposium, Honolulu, Hawaii.
- Cannon, S.*, C. Pomeroy, M. Galligan, P. Reilly, and C. Culver. (2016) Intersections between fishing practices and management: Dynamics of the commercial fishery for California Halibut. Society for Applied Anthropology annual meeting, Vancouver, BC.
- Cannon, S.* (2016) Marine Management Methods in the Ulithi Atoll, Micronesia. TerreWEB Seminar Series, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
- Pomeroy, C.*, C. Culver, M. Galligan, P. Reilly and S. Cannon. (2015) Filling a Gap: Collaboration to Build Understanding of California Fisheries’ Human Systems. International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM) annual meeting, Charleston, SC.
- Galligan, M.*, C. Pomeroy, P. Reilly, C. Culver and S. Cannon. (2015) Data Matters in a Commercial Marine Fishery. North American Association of Fisheries Economists Forum: Economic Sustainability, Fishing Communities and Working Waterfronts. Ketchikan, AK.
* = presenter.
Projects and Theses
- Cannon, S. Investigating Human Impacts to Coral Reefs in the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Department of Geography. Vancouver, British Columbia, University of British Columbia. Master of Science: 107.
- Cannon, S., K. Doyle, and J. Rulmal Jr. 2016. “Yangdidi: Stories from Super Typhoon Maysak Survivors.” http://yangdidi.org.
- Cannon, S. (2014). Writing and Distributing Educational Booklets for the Ulithi Atoll, FSM. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Santa Cruz, California, University of California Santa Cruz. Bachelor of Science: 50.
Newsletters and Articles
- Cannon, S. (2018). Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Territorial acknowledgements are the first step towards respecting the people who have been here before us. The Xylom. Atlanta, Georgia, Medium.
- Cannon, S. (2016). Conference & Workshop Reports: Impressions of ICRS13, A Student Perspective. Reef Encounter. 31, No. 2:57–58
- Cannon, S. (2015). Shouting To Be Heard: At-Sea Cacophony Puts Strain On Dolphins. The Fish Report. E. Loury. Chico, California, FishBIO.
- Cannon, S. (2015). Big-Picture Stream Science. The Fish Report. E. Loury. Chico, California, FishBIO.
- Cannon, S. (2015). Shifting Waters: California Ocean Grows Warmer, Less Bountiful. The Fish Report. E. Loury. Chico, California, FishBIO.
- Cannon, S. (2015). Bad Kitty: Impacts Of Feral Felines On Biodiversity. The Fish Report. E. Loury. Chico, California, FishBIO.
- Cannon, S. (2015). Hope For Snake River Sockeye. The Fish Report. E. Loury. Chico, California, FishBIO.
- Cannon, S. (2014). Tree Rings Reveal Changes In Ocean Climate. The Fish Report. E. Loury. Chico, California, FishBIO.
- Cannon, S. (2014). The Shipping Blues. Good Times. Santa Cruz, CA.