Imperial College London

Polina Levontin

Faculty of Natural SciencesCentre for Environmental Policy

Visiting Researcher



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My research involves risk analysis, developing (simulation, statistical or game-theoretic) models and synthesising, using Bayesian methods, biological, ecological, economic and sociological knowledge for the purposes of supporting decision making.


Preparatory Program at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (1993-1994)

B. Sc. in Mathematics at University of Illinois at Chicago, USA (1995-1997)

M. Sc. in Mathematics at University of Washington, USA (1997-1999)

M. Sc. in Environmental Technology, Imperial College London (2003-2004)

Ph. D. in Resource Management, Imperial College London (2004-2007)



Rindorf A, Mumford J, Baranowski P, et al., 2017, Moving beyond the MSY concept to reflect multidimensional fisheries management objectives, Marine Policy, Vol:85, ISSN:0308-597X, Pages:33-41

Levontin P, Baranowski P, Leach AW, et al., 2017, On the role of visualisation in fisheries management, Marine Policy, Vol:78, ISSN:1872-9460, Pages:114-121

Whitlock RE, Kopra J, Pakarinen T, et al., 2016, Mark-recapture estimation of mortality and migration rates for sea trout (Salmo trutta) in the northern Baltic sea, Ices Journal of Marine Science, Vol:74, ISSN:1054-3139, Pages:286-300

Kempf A, Mumford J, Levontin P, et al., 2016, The MSY concept in a multi-objective fisheries environment - Lessons from the North Sea, Marine Policy, Vol:69, ISSN:1872-9460, Pages:146-158

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