Lindsay has spent the last 20 years in Asia and runs all SMRU Asia Pacific projects. With a particular interest in inshore tropical delphinids, Lindsay has conducted many projects which focus on how these often localised populations interact and react to man and his activities.
In particular, Lindsay has looked at managing marine mammal populations in compromised environments and her PhD focused on the ecology of the Hong Kong Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins and the impact of major marine reclamation works within the populations core habitat. With extensive experience at both NGO and government level, Lindsay sits on several regional advisory committees and is the focal point of several collaborative research projects within the South East Asian region.
- Marine Mammal Monitoring: Design, implementation and analysis of aerial, boat and land-based sighting surveys to determine distribution and population abundance
- Marine Mammal Impact Assessment: Extensive experience of conducting marine mammal assessments, including large scale maritime reclamation developments and management procedures for marine conservation areas.
- Marine Mammal Health; Analysing archived and new biological data which relates to the regional health of marine mammals for status assessments
- Marine Mammal Strandings Events: Experienced first responder and stranding event co-ordinator for large and small cetacean strandings
- Member of the International Whaling Commission Scientific Committee