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POPULATION DYNAMICS Name SG Program Research Topic University Major Professor NMFS Facility NMFS Mentor No. Years Year Selected Dana Hanselman AK Sampling design enhancement for Gulf of Alaska rockfish University of Alaska Fairbanks Terry Quinn AFSC, Auke Bay Jon Heifetz 3 2000 Christopher Grogan WHOI Limits to population recovery for the shortnose sturgeon University of Massachusetts, Amherst Francis Juanes NEFSC, Woods Hole Michael Fogarty 2 2000 Use of VMS position data, observer catch-per-tow, and spatial statistics SEFSC, Beaufort NEFSC, Douglas Vaughan John Walter VA to obtain fishery-dependent estimates of scallop abundance College of William and Mary, VIMS John Hoenig Woods Hole Paul Rago 3 2001 Geographic variation in life history traits and population dynamics of Michael Frisk MD western Atlantic skates University of Maryland Thomas Miller SEFSC, Beaufort Michael Prager 3 2001 Spawning aggregations and seasonal movements: a multi-species Ian Stewart WA approach to West Coast flatfish populations University of Washington Ray Hilborn NWFSC, Seattle Richard Methot 3 2001 Utilizing bioenergetics and matrix projection modeling to quantify Kenneth Rose Enric Cortés Julie Neer (NMFS SEFSC funds) LA population fluctuations in long-lived elasmobranchs Louisiana State University Bruce Thompson SEFSC, Panama City John Carlson 3 2001 Development and application of depletion models that accommodate NEFSC, Woods Hole Larry Jacobson Thomas Ihde VA ancillary information College of William and Mary, VIMS John Hoenig SEFSC, Beaufort Michael Prager 3 2002 Temporal and regional summer groundfish assemblages in the U.S. Andre Punt Melissa Haltuch WA west coast trawlable continental shelf, 1977–2001 University of Washington Ray Hilborn NWFSC, Seattle Richard Methot 3 2002 Towards the fisheries oceanography of sardines and anchovies in the Yasmin Lucero CA California Current system University of California, Santa Cruz Marc Mangel SWFSC, Santa Cruz Alec MacCall 3 2002 Stephanie Wood MIT Gray seal (Halichoerus grypus ) recolonization in New England University of Massachusetts, Boston Solange Brault NEFSC, Woods Hole Richard Merrick 3 2002 Defining and modeling linkages between ecosystem properties and the Katherine Mills NY abundance and distribution of fish populations Cornell University Patrick Sullivan NEFSC, Woods Hole Wendy Gabriel 3 2003 Incorporation of model selection and decision analysis into population Eric Ward WA dynamics modeling and assessment University of Washington Ray Hilborn AFSC, Seattle Paul Wade 3 2003 A spatially-explicit, multi-species assessment of walleye pollock in the James Murphy WA eastern Bering Sea University of Washington Timothy Essington AFSC, Seattle Patricia Livingston 3 2004 Spatial modeling of sea turtle distribution and movement in the Western Beth Gardner NY North Atlantic Cornell University Patrick Sullivan SEFSC, Miami Sheryan Epperly 3 2004 Jamie Leff (NMFS NEFSC funds) NH Spatial management strategies for groundfish resources University of New Hampshire Andrew Rosenberg NEFSC, Woods Hole Michael Fogarty 3 2004 Incorporating environmental time series into marine mammal stock John Brandon WA assessments University of Washington Andre Punt AFSC, MML, Seattle Paul Wade 3 2005 An assessment of population viability of chinook salmon in the Pacific William Eldridge WA northwest after anthropogenic selection on fitness University of Washington Kerry Naish NWFSC, Seattle Jeff Hard 2 2005 Structured errors in modeling fishery population dynamics and in stock Michael Errigo ME assessments University of Maine Yong Chen NEFSC, Woods Hole Larry Jacobson 3 2005 University of California San Diego, Scripps SWFSC, PFEL, Pacific Sarah Glaser CA Predator-prey dynamics of pelagic fishes in the California current system Institute of Oceanography David Checkley Grove George Waters 3 2005 Multi-species spatial and temporal analyses of fishery independent Matthew Krachey (NMFS SEFSC funds) NC surveys North Carolina State University Kenneth Pollock SEFSC, Miami Elizabeth Brooks 3 2005 Modeling population and spatial dynamics of endangered baleen whales Amanda Bradford WA in the North Pacific University of Washington Glenn VanBlaricom AFSC, Seattle Paul Wade 3 2006 The evolutionary effects of fishing and implications for stock Robert Leaf VA management and rebuilding Virginia Tech University Yan Jiao SEFSC, Beaufortt Michael Prager 3 2006 An age-structure multiespecies model of the Georges Bank fish Kiersten Curti RI community University of Rhode Island Jermy Collie NEFSC, Woods Hole Jason Link 3 2007 Evaluating stock assessment methods and management strategies for Carey McGilliard WA spatially heterogenous fish stocks University of Washington Ray Hilborn NWFSC, Seattle Rick Methot 3 2007 Integrating molecular data into a robust population framework for an Dovi Kacev CA apex predator San Diego State University Rebecca Lewison SWFSC, La Jolla Russ Vetter 3 2008 Designing marine reserve networks for oyster restoration: a Brandon Puckett NC metapopulation and graph-theoretic approach North Carolina State University David Eggleston SEFSC, Beaufort Kyle Schertzer 3 2008 Estimating population growth and interspecies interaction parameters Kevin See WA with spatial replicaton University of Washington Jennefir Ruesink NWFSC, Seattle Elizabeth Holmes 3 2008 Determination of the current status of two shark species, the great white shark Carcharodon charcarias and the common thresher shark Alopias Taylor Chapple CA vulpinus off the coast of California University of California, Davis Louis Bottsford SWFSC, La Jolla Suzanne Kohin 3 2008 The development and use of an agent-based model to evaluate the effect of effort redistribution due to fleet heterogeneity and policy University of Miami, Rosentiel School for implementation on estimating a standardized catch per unit of effort Marine and Atmospheric Science Steven Saul FL index of abundance David Die NEFSC, Woods Hole Liz Brooks 3 2008 Identification and incorporation of quantitative indicators of ecosystem function into single-species fishery stock assessment models and the Melissa Hedges LA associated biological reference points Louisiana State University Joe Powers NEFSC, Woods Hole Liz Brooks 3 2009 Stock structure and mortality rates of summer flounder based on multiple Mark Henderson VA tagging technologies Virginia Institute of Marine Science Mary Fabrizio NEFSC, Woods Hole Steve Cadrin 3 2009 Understanding the influence of a variable ocean environment on Patrick Kilduff CA Chinook salmon University of California Davis Louis Bottsford SWFSC, La Jolla Steve Lindley 2 2009 An individual-based quantitative genetic model for investigating local adaptation and population viability in connected populations of sockeye Jocelyn Lin WA salmon University of Washington Lorenz Hauser NWFSC, Seattle Jeff Hard 2 2009 Expanding quantitative approaches to assessing the population status Patrick Lynch VA and dynamics of large pelagic fishes Virginia Institute of Marine Science Robert Latour SEFSC, Beaufort Kyle Schertzer 3 2009 Assessing spiny dogfish migration and population dynamics in the Skyler Sagarese NY northwest Atlantic State University of New York, Stony Brook Michael Frisk NEFSC, Woods Hole Paul Rago 3 2009 Evaluating Pacific groundfish schooling behavior and untrawlable refuges using multi-species mixture modes and data from autonomous James Thorson WA underwater vehicles University of Washington Andre Punt NWFSC, Seattle Ian Stewart 3 2009 Modelling the effects of inter-species facilitation on recruitment success Emilius Aalto CA and population stability in dwarf rockfishes University of California Davis Marcel Holyoak SWFSC, Santa Cruz Mary Yoklavich 2 2010 Assessing the robustness of the salmon stock assessment via a life Valerie Brown CA history simulator University of California Santa Cruz Marc Mangel SWFSC,Santa Cruz Michael Mohr 2 2010 Development and execution of an ecosystem-based modeling approach to catchability estimation and fishing capacity optimization: the eastern University of Miami, Rosentiel School for Mark Fitchett FL Pacific sailfish recreational fishery as a case study Marine and Atmospheric Science Nelson Ehrhardt SEFSC, Miami Mauricio Ortiz 3 2010 A more realistic assessment model of yellowtail flounder using spatial Dan Goethel MIT aspects of population dynamics University of Massachusetts, SMAST Steve Cadrin NEFSC, Woods Hole Chris Legault 2 2010 Samuel Truesdell ME Spatial dynamics in stock assessment University of Maine Yong Chen NEFSC, Woods Hole Deborah Hart 3 2010 University of Miami, Rosenstiel School for Elizabeth Councill FL Age structured fish populations: a comparative study Marine and Atmospheric Science David Die SEFSC, Miami Clay Porch 3 2011 Integrating electronic tag information into stock assessment of large University of Massachusetts, School for Benjamin Galuardi MIT Steve Cadrin NEFSC, Woods Hole Tim Miller 3 2011 pelagic animals Marine Science and Technology University of California, San Diego, Scripps Charles Perretti CA Deveopment of novel stock assessment methods for market squid Institution of Oceanography George Sugihara SWFSC, Santa Cruz Stephan Munch 3 2011 An Atlantis model to inform ecosystem-based management for the Gulf University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Holly Ann Perryman CA of Mexico Marine and Atmospheric Science Elizabeth Babcock SEFSC, Miami Michael Schirripa 3 2011 Effects of chronic disease on the population dynamics and management SEFSC, Miami Clay Porch Matthew Smith VA of striped bass and American lobster population Virginia Institue of marine Science John Hoenig NEFSC, Woods Hole Paul Rago 3 2011 MARINE RESOURCE ECONOMICS Name SG Program Research Topic Univ ersity Maj or Professor NMFS Facility NMFS Mentor No. Years Year Selected Empirical evaluation of individual tradable quotas in the surf Sylvia Brandt CA clam and ocean quahog fishery University of California, Berkeley Michael Hanemann NEFSC, Woods Hole Philip Logan 2 2000 AFSC, Seattle Joseph T erry Ronald Felthoven CA Primal approaches for measuring fishing capacity: a comparison University of California, Davis Douglas Larson SWFSC, La Jolla Dale Squires 1 2000 Experimental approaches to understanding compliance in the Reena Shaw RI groundfish fishery University of Rhode Island Jon Sutinen NEFSC, Woods Hole Eric T hunberg 2 2001 Location choice in the pelagic longline fishery: inertia and Michael Price MD dynamics University of Maryland Kenneth McConnell SEFSC, Beaufort James Waters 2 2001 T he economic value of sportfishing and other beach-based James Hilger CA recreation at Southern California beaches University of California, Berkeley Michael Hanemann SWFSC, Santa CruzCynthia T homson 2 2003 Discrete-choice modeling of Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska fisheries -- the impact of Steller sea lion-related closures under Alan Haynie WA different market structures University of Washington Gardner Brown AFSC, Seattle Joseph T erry 2 2003 T he economic value of marine recreational fishing on the West Leif Anderson WA Coast University of Washington Robert Halvorsen NWFSC, Seattle T odd Lee 2 2004 Bioeconomic modeling of the spatial/strategic interactions of Joshua Abbott CA fishermen and regulators in Alaskan seasonal fisheries University of California, Davis James Wilen AFSC, Seattle Ronald Felthoven 2 2004 Harrison Fell WA Market analysis of Alaskan groundfish species University of Washington Robert Halvorsen AFSC, Seattle Alan Haynie 2 2005 Joshua Wiersma T he total value of cooperative research in the US northeast (NMFS S&T funds) RI fisheries University of Rhode Island Jon Sutinen NEFSC, Woods Hole Steve Edwards 2 2005 A bioeconomic model for managing harvest size/mercury T ina Willson LA contamination tradeoffs in pelagic fisheries Louisiana State UniversityRichard Kazmierczak SEFSC, Beaufort James Waters 2 2005 Incorporating contaminant levels into models of fishing location University of Illinois at Urbana- Cameron Speir IL-IN choice: an application to fisheries in Lake Michigan Champaign John Braden AFSC, Seattle Alan Haynie 2 2006 Modeling and experimental assessment of lobbying activity of Matthew Freeman RI heterogeneous agents University of Rhode Island Chris Anderson NEFSC, Woods Hole Steve Edwards 2 2006 Ecosystem-based management of interacting resources: Steve Atlantic herring, humpback whales, and sandlance in the Gulf of University of Illinois at Urbana- Richard Brazee Edwards Drew Min-Yang Lee IL-IN Maine Champaign John BradenNEFSC, Woods Hole Kitts 2 2007 Ecosystem services: How decision-making changes with Elizabeth Smith RI incentives University of Rhode Island Steve Swallow NEFSC, Woods Hole Steve Edwards 2 2007 Developing and estimating a comprehensive model of T eresa Stafford TX commercial fishing effort University of T exas obertson Williams III R SEFSC, Beaufort Jim Waters 2 2008 Economics and fisheries policy for multi-species fisheries with University of Maryland Stephen Kasperski MD biological and technological interdependence Lars Olson AFSC, Seattle Mike Dalton 2 2008 T he role of voluntary fishing cooperatives in U.S. Fisheries University of California, San Ben Gilbert CA management: costs, benefits and economic efficiency Diego T heodore Groves SWFSC, La Jolla Dale Squires 2 2009 Biological complexity and economic reality in fisheries Chris Kennedy FL management: a study of the Georgia USA blue crab fishery University of Wyoming Edward Barbier SEFSC, Miami Larry Perruso 2 2009 Geret Depiper MD Latent effort and fishery buybacks: incentives and design University of Maryland Doug Lipton NEFSC, Woods Hole Eric T hunberg 2 2010 An agent-based investigation of coupled human-natural system Peter Hayes ME dynamics in three Gulf of Maine fisheries University of Maine James Wilson NEFSC, Woods Hole Eric T hunberg 2 2010 Controlling marine invasive species: the case of the Indo-Pacific David Kling CA lionfish invasion in the southeast US and Caribbean Univesity of California, Davis James Sanchirico SEFSC, Miami Juan Agar 2 2011 Analysis of quota trading in the Gulf of Mexico red snapper Andrew Ropicki FL fishery University of Florida Sherry Larkin SEFSC, Miami Larry Perruso 2 2011 Regulatory action and dynamically optimal species targeting: the Andrew Scheld RI effect of catch shares on New England's groundfish fishery University of Rhode Island Chris Anderson NEFSC, Woods Hole Andrew Kitts 2 2011
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