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CURRICULUM VITAE
Larry B. Crowder
Science Director, Center for Ocean Solutions
Senior Fellow, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
Stanford University
99 Pacific St., Suite 555E
Monterey, CA 93940, USA
and
Edward Ricketts Provostial Professor
Professor of Marine Ecology and Conservation
Hopkins Marine Station
Stanford University
Pacific Grove, CA 93950, USA
[email protected]
EDUCATION
B.A. California State University-Fresno, Major: Biology and Mathematics, 1973.
M.S. Michigan State University, Department of Zoology, June 1975.
Ph.D. Michigan State University, Department of Zoology, March 1978.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Lecturer (Ecological Modeling), Department of Biology, California State
University, Fresno, 1973.
Research Assistant, Department of Zoology, Michigan State University, 1973-77.
Co-Principal Investigator and Post-Doctoral Fellow, NSF DEB 77-04818,
Department of Zoology, Michigan State University, 1977-78.
Project Associate, Laboratory of Limnology, Department of Zoology, University
of Wisconsin-Madison, 1978-80.
Lecturer (Limnology), Department of Zoology, UW-Madison, 1980.
Assistant Research Scientist, Laboratory of Limnology, Department of Zoology,
UW-Madison, 1980-82.
Assistant Professor of Zoology, North Carolina State University, 1982-87.
Associate Professor of Zoology and Botany, NCSU, 1987-91.
Professor of Zoology, Botany, and Biomathematics, NCSU, 1991-95.
Director, Ecology Graduate Program, NCSU, 1993-95.
Professor of Marine Ecology, Duke University Marine Laboratory, Nicholas
School of the Environment, 1995-1998.
Stephen Toth Professor of Marine Biology, Nicholas School of the Environment,
1998- 2011.
Founding faculty member, University Program in Ecology, Duke University.
Secondary Appointment, Division of Environmental Sciences and Policy, Duke
University.
Secondary Appointment, Department of Biology, Duke University.
Adjunct Appointments, Department of Zoology and Biomathematics Graduate
Program, North Carolina State University.
Center Fellow, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, University
of California, Santa Barbara, January-June 2004.
William R. and Lenore Mote Eminent Scholar, Chair in Fisheries Ecology, and
Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Florida State University and
Mote Marine Laboratory, August 2004-February 2005.
Director, Coastal Environmental Management Master’s Program, Nicholas School
of the Environment, January 2005- December 2006.
Interim Director, Division of Coastal Systems Science and Policy, Nicholas
School of the Environment, July-November 2006.
H. Burr Steinbach Visiting Scholar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, June
2007.
Director, Duke Center for Marine Conservation, Nicholas School of the
Environment, January 2005-May 2011.
Acting Director for Ocean Policy, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy
Solutions, July 2009-September 2009.
Consulting Professor, Woods Institute for the Environment and Acting Science
Director, Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University, August 2010May 2011.
Edward Ricketts Provostial Professor and Professor of Marine Ecology and
Conservation, Senior Fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment,
and Science Director, Center for Ocean Solutions and Hopkins Marine
Station, Stanford University, May 2011-present.
Adjunct Professor of Marine Conservation, Duke University Marine Laboratory,
Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, May 2011-present.
HONORS AND AWARDS
Phi Kappa Phi, California State University, Fresno, 1972.
Commendation Award, Sport Fishing Institute, 1978.
Sigma Xi, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1980.
Most Significant Paper Award, Transactions of the American Fisheries Society,
Volume 110, 1981.
Appointed to Site Review Panels for Sea Grant 1985-89. Participated in site
reviews for California, Florida and Alaska Sea Grant Programs.
Sigma Xi Outstanding Young Scientist Award, North Carolina State University,
1986.
Distinguished Scholarly Achievement Award, North Carolina State University,
1986.
Most Significant Paper Award, Transactions of the American Fisheries Society,
Volume 116, 1987.
Project Management Committee, South Atlantic Bight Recruitment Experiment
(SABRE), NOAA Coastal Ocean Program, 1989-1998.
Appointed to editorial boards: Oecologia 1989-1992, Copeia 1990.
Ecology Section Review Panel, National Science Foundation, 1990-1993.
Science Advisory Panel, Coastal Fisheries Ecosystems Theme, Coastal Ocean
Program, NOAA, 1991-95.
Visiting Scientist, Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies,
Miami, FL, January 1992.
American Society of Limnology and Oceanography/NSF DIALOG Review Panel,
October 1994.
Biodiversity Task Force, Board of Technical Experts, Great Lakes Fishery
Commission, 1994-1998.
Biological Oceanography Review Panel, National Science Foundation, January
1995.
Expert Panel of the Status of Sea Turtles, National Marine Fisheries Service,
Southeast Fisheries Science Center, June 1995-December 1998.
Appointed to editorial board: Ecology and Ecological Monographs 1996-98.
Duke/UNC Oceanographic Consortium Program Advisory Committee, May 1997May 1999.
Steering Committee, Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS), NOAA, October
1998-December 2000.
Appointed to editorial board: Ecological Applications 2000-2003.
Elected to GLOBEC Scientific Steering Committee, 2000-2002.
Science Advisor, Earth & Sky Radio Series, August 2000-present.
Appointed to Ocean Studies Board, National Research Council, National
Academy of Sciences, January 2001-December 2003.
Appointed to NRC Study Committee, Alaska Groundfish and Steller Sea Lions,
July 2001.
Appointed to North Atlantic Loggerhead sea turtle recovery team,
USFWS/NOAA, August 2001-December 2008.
Member, working group on Models of Alternative Management Policies for
Marine Ecosystems, National Center for Ecological Analysis and
Synthesis, September, 2001-2004.
Scientific Steering Committee, National Center for Ecological Analysis and
Synthesis, April 2002-March 2005.
Member, Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research, International Council for
Science, April 2002-June 2004.
Member, Seafood Watch Board of Scientific Advisors, Monterey Bay Aquarium,
July 2003 to present.
Board of Directors, Marine Conservation Institute, Redmond, Washington, Fall
2003 to Summer 2012.
Science Advisor, Communication Partnership for Science and the Sea
(COMPASS), October 2004 to May 2013.
Co-Principal Investigator, Working Group on Ocean Zoning, National Center for
Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, November 2004-February 2007.
Program Committee, American Association for the Advancement of Science,
January 2005-2010.
Appointed to NRC Study Committee, Ecosystem Effects of Fishing, January-June
2005.
Advisory Committee, Partnership for Interdisciplinary Studies of Coastal Oceans
(PISCO), July 2005 to June 2008.
Member, working group on Economics and Marine Conservation, National Center
for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, May 2007-April 2009.
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, elected October
2007, conferred February 2008.
University Scholar/Teacher of the Year Award, Duke University, 2008-2009.
Co-Principal Investigator, working group on Sustainable Seafood, National Center
for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, March 2009-April 2011.
Appointed to NRC Study Committee, Review of Sea Turtle Population
Assessment Methods, March 2009- July 2010.
Co-Principal Investigator, working group on Ecosystem Health, National Center
for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, April 2009-March 2011.
Outstanding Alumnus Award, College of Science and Mathematics, California
State University-Fresno, October 2009.
Advisory Committee, Pew Fellows in Marine Conservation, June 2010-present.
Council of Advisors, Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate, and Security,
UMASS Boston, June 2010-present.
Science Advisory Council, Point Reyes Bird Observatory, November 2011present.
Co-Chair Scientific Steering Committee, Seafood Watch, Monterey Bay
Aquarium, June 2012-present.
Peter Leveque Natural History Lecture, Santa Rosa Junior College, April 2013.
GRANTS
"Predator-Prey Interactions in Structurally Complex Environments," NSF DEB 77-04818,
W.E. Cooper and L.B. Crowder (Co-PIs), March 1978-January 1980, $60,834.
"Species Interactions and Early Life History Dynamics of Major Planktivores in Lake
Michigan," UW Sea Grant 144-R242, J.J. Magnuson and L.B. Crowder (Co-PIs),
April-September 1982, $8,249.
"Daily Growth Rates and Variable Recruitment of Larval Fishes in Lake Michigan," UW
Sea Grant R/LR-22, L.B. Crowder and F.P. Binkowski (Co-PIs), April
1982-August 1986, $300,855.
"Implementation and Testing of a Fish Bioenergetics Model," University Research
Committee, Office of Research Administration, NCSU, L.B. Crowder (PI),
January-December 1983, $3,495.
"Bioenergetics and Predator-Prey Interactions in Estuarine Nursery Areas," UNC Sea
Grant RR-8302, L.B. Crowder (PI), April 1983-December 1984, $22,724.
"Competition for Resources among Lake Michigan Forage Fishes: Consequences of an
Alewife Decline," UW Sea Grant R/LR-30, J.J. Magnuson (PI), L.B. Crowder,
Associate Investigator, June 1984-August 1986, $139,819.
"Behavioral Energetics of Fishes: Experimental Tests of Model Predictions," NSF
BSR-8407462, L.B. Crowder (PI), January 1985-June 1986, $40,001.
"Predator-Prey Interactions in Estuarine Nursery Areas: Bioenergetics Modeling and
Experimental Tests," UNC Sea Grant R/ES-39, L.B. Crowder (PI), January
1985-December 1987, $134,541.
"Mechanisms Underlying Recruitment Variability in Larval Fishes: Building a
Conceptual Framework," UNC Marine Science Council Research Development
Grant, L.B. Crowder (PI), July 1986-June 1987, $3,925.
"Zooplankton Size and Recruitment Success of Bloater Coregonus hoyi," UW Sea Grant
R/LR-33, F.P. Binkowski (PI), L.B. Crowder Associate Investigator, August
1986-August 1988, $137,604.
"Mechanisms of Reservoir Fish Community Dynamics," North Carolina Wildlife
Resources Commission (Jordan Lake Project), L.B. Crowder (Co-PI) with J. Rice,
R. Noble and S. Mozley. October 1986-September 1990, $214,500.
"Behavioral Energetics and Habitat Choice in Fishes," NSF BSR-8615161, L.B. Crowder
(PI), January 1987-December 1989, $67,759.
"Direct and Indirect Effects of Fish Predation on the Freshwater Littoral Benthos." NSF
BSR-8709108, L.B. Crowder, D.M. Johnson and P.H. Crowley (Co-PIs), June
1987-December 1990, $302,584.
"Size-dependent Recruitment Mechanisms for Larval and Juvenile Fishes: An Integrated
Modeling and Experimental Approach," UNC Sea Grant, R/MER-12, J.A. Rice
and L.B. Crowder (Co-PIs), January 1988-December 1989, $67,141.
"Control of Production in Eelgrass Communities: Interactions Between Nutrient
Enrichment and Food Web Cascades," UNC Sea Grant, R/ES-40, J.M. Burkholder
and L.B. Crowder (Co-PIs), January 1988-December 1989, $112,929.
"Integrating Factors Controlling Recruitment Dynamics in Fishes: A Synthesis Based on
Larval Size," UW Sea Grant R/LR-37, F.P. Binkowski (PI), L.B. Crowder and J.A
Rice, Associate Investigators, September 1988-August 1992, $397,247.
"Early life history of brook trout: Population consequences of interactions with rainbow
trout," SFI/EPRI Fellowship in Population Biology to Elizabeth A. Marschall,
L.B. Crowder (Supervising Professor), January 1989-December 1991, $31,814.
"On the size-dependent mechanisms regulating recruitment dynamics in fishes,"
SFI/EPRI Fellowship in Population Biology to Thomas J. Miller, L.B. Crowder
(Supervising Professor), January 1989-December 1991, $29,908.
"Development of a program of fisheries oceanography in the South Atlantic Bight," UNC
Sea Grant, R/MG8903, Office of Research Administration and Agricultural
Research Service, NCSU, L.B. Crowder (PI) August 1989-June 1990, $26,620.
"An individual-based approach to understanding patterns of bimodal growth in juvenile
southern flounder (Paralichthys lethostigma)," SFI/EPRI Fellowship in
Population Biology to Gary R. Fitzhugh, L.B. Crowder (Supervising Professor),
January 1990-December 1992, $31,492.
"Control of production in eelgrass communities: Balance between nutrient enrichment
and food web interactions," UNC Sea Grant, R/MER-17, J.M. Burkholder and
L.B. Crowder (Co-PIs), January 1990-December 1991, $194,372.
"Size-dependent recruitment mechanisms for larval and juvenile fishes: Integrated
modeling and experimental approach," UNC Sea Grant, R/MER-18, J.A. Rice and
L.B. Crowder (Co-PIs), January 1990-December 1991, $83,472.
"Early life history of brook trout: Population consequences of interactions with rainbow
trout," U.S. Forest Service, Southeastern Experiment Station, L.B. Crowder (PI)
March 1990-March 1992, $23,610.
"Population implications of various management approaches to threatened and
endangered sea turtles," UNC Sea Grant R/MER-21 and NOAA (NMFS)
NA90AA-D-SG847, L.B. Crowder (PI), August 1990-January 1994, $181,316.
"South Atlantic Bight Recruitment Experiment (SABRE)," Coastal Fisheries Ecosystems,
Coastal Ocean Program, NOAA, D. Hoss, L. Crowder and P. Ortner (Co-PIs),
February 1991-present, total through 9-98, $6,000,000.
"Individual-based population modeling of Atlantic menhaden," SABRE (Sea Grant), L.B.
Crowder and J.A. Rice (Co-PIs), September 1991-August 1993, $110,000.
"Age and elemental analysis of Atlantic menhaden otoliths: Validation and field
application," SABRE (Sea Grant), J.A. Rice and L.B. Crowder (Co-PIs),
September 1991-August 1993, $210,000.
"Complex interactions in estuarine food webs: An experimental approach," UNC Sea
Grant, L.B. Crowder and J.A. Rice (CoPIs) January 1992-December 1993,
$122,472.
"EPRI COMPMECH Key Species Project on Salmonids," Oak Ridge National
Laboratories, L.B. Crowder and E.A. Marschall (PIs). January 1992-September
1994, $37,700.
"Effects of seagrass meadow heterogeneity on estuarine fish populations" SFI/EPRI
Fellowship in Population Biology to Maurice K. Crawford, L.B. Crowder
(Supervising Professor), May 1992-August 1994, $9,840.
"An individual-based approach to the survival of larval and juvenile fishes: Modeling and
experiments," UW Sea Grant R/LR-42, F.P. Binkowski (PI), J.A. Rice and L.B.
Crowder, Associate Investigators. September 1992-August 1994, $179,957.
"Age and elemental analysis of Atlantic menhaden otoliths: Validation and field
application," SABRE (Sea Grant), J.A. Rice and L.B. Crowder (PIs), September
1993-August 1995, $236,910.
"Population modeling of estuarine-dependent fishes," SABRE (Sea Grant), L.B. Crowder
and J.A. Rice (PIs), September 1993-August 1995, $110,000.
"An analysis of population models for hawksbill sea turtles with special emphasis on
proposed harvest," NMFS Office of Protected Resources, L.B. Crowder and S.S.
Heppell (PIs), July 1993-June 1994, $14,640.
"Population-level implications of juvenile fish mortality due to bycatch in trawl
fisheries," UNC Sea Grant R/MRD-27, L.B. Crowder and J.A. Rice (PIs),
February 1994-August 1996 $58,125.
"Food web dynamics of the Lake Michigan forage fish community: Causes and
consequences," UW Sea Grant, J.F. Kitchell (PI), L.B. Crowder and J.A. Rice
(Associate Investigators), September 1994-February 1997, $172,645.
"The effects of nutrient loading on estuarine and coastal plankton communities: a
modeling approach," Cooperative Institute for Fisheries Oceanography, L.B.
Crowder (PI), September 1994-August 1995, $14,637.
"Examining the role of biodiversity in managing Great Lakes fishery resources," Great
Lakes Fishery Commission, L.B. Crowder, J.B. Callicott and E.J. Crossman (PIs),
July 1995-June 1998, $118,440.
"Biological modeling and SABRE synthesis," SABRE (Sea Grant R/SAB-8), L.B.
Crowder (PI), September 1995-August 1998, $155,500.
“Analysis, modeling and management of threatened and endangered sea turtles,” NMFSSEFC and CIFO Grant #NA56FE0551, L.B. Crowder (PI), July 1996-December
1998, $150,000.
“Population consequences of size-dependent predator-prey interactions: Are they
important?” UNC Sea Grant #NA46RG0087, Project R/MRD-35, J.A. Rice and
L.B. Crowder (PIs), February 1997-January 1999, $61,296.
“Impact of low oxygen dynamics on the spatial/temporal distribution of fishes in the
Neuse River, NC,” NC Sea Grant #NA46RG0087; R/MG-94-20, L.B. Crowder
(PI) April 1997-March 1998, $10,000.
“Neuse River modeling and monitoring,” Water Resources Research Institute (NCSU)
Subcontract #040197, L.B. Crowder (PI), April 1997-December 1998, $30,922.
“Demographic isolation of red-cockaded woodpecker groups: A model analysis,” U.S.
department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, L.B. Crowder (PI), 1 May 199730 April 1998, $9,746.
“The biogeography and taxonomic status of ballast water released from ships in the Port
of Morehead City, North Carolina,” National Fisheries and Wildlife Federation,
Graduate Fellowship, H.P. Walton and L.B. Crowder (PIs), September 1997August 1998, $12,341.
“Atmospheric inorganic nitrogen and interactions with the coastal zone,” Center for
Transportation and Environment, North Carolina State University, L.B. Crowder
(PI) (on behalf of Erin White), September 1997-May 1998, $15,000.
“Development of aging techniques for sea turtles,” CIFO/NMFS Grant #NA56FE0551;
Project CF 96-12, L.B. Crowder (PI), 1 July 1997-30 June 1998, $22,233.
“Dynamics of red-cockaded woodpecker populations at Eglin Air Force Base: A model
analysis,” U.S. Air Force Project NFY 76219790973, L.B. Crowder (PI), 1
October 1997-31 September 1998, $6,981.
“Dynamics of red-cockaded woodpecker populations at Blackwater River State Forest: A
model analysis,” Florida Division of Forestry, Project P39208, L.B. Crowder (PI),
1 October 1997-31 September 1998, $2,500.
“Dynamics of red-cockaded woodpecker populations at Conecuh National Forest: A
model analysis,” U.S. Forest Service Project 43-4283-7-0128, L.B. Crowder (PI),
1 October 1997-31 September 1998, $4,000.
“Spatial and temporal environmental variation in a eutrophic coastal river: Impacts on
fish and marine mammals,” EPA Exploratory Grants Program Project #
G71A0002, L.B. Crowder and A.J. Read (PIs), January 1998-December 2000,
$357,262.
“Spatial and temporal environmental variation in a eutrophic coastal river: Impacts on the
estuarine fish community,” UNC Sea Grant R/MRD-37, L.B. Crowder (PI), 1
February 1998- 31 January 2000, $83,222.
“Recruitment mechanisms in Lake Michigan yellow perch (Perca flavescens):
Interactions among growth, condition and predation,” UW Sea Grant R/LR-75,
F.P. Binkowski, T.J. Miller, J.A. Rice and L.B. Crowder (PIs), March 1998February 2000, $250,151.
"Simulated population dynamics of the Fort Bragg red-cockaded woodpecker
population," U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Army, Fort Bragg, L.B. Crowder
(PI), July 1998-June 1999, $24, 817.
"Spatial and temporal analysis of demersal fish communities," National Marine Fisheries
Service, Cooperative Institute for Fisheries Oceanography, L.B. Crowder (PI),
January 1999-December 1999, $25,000.
"Declines in diamondbacks: Terrapin population modeling and implications for
management," UNC Sea Grant, Larry B. Crowder (PI), February 1999-January
2000, $10,000.
"Declines in diamondbacks: Terrapin population modeling and implications for
management," New Jersey Sea Grant, L.B. Crowder (PI), February 1999-January
2000, $2,000.
"Lumpkin Scholars Program in Global Marine Conservation," Lumpkin Foundation, L.B.
Crowder (PI), April 1999-March 2000, $25,000.
"The effects of habitat on demographic rates and population dynamics of coral reef fish,"
Caribbean Marine Research Center, CMRC 99-7303, L.B. Crowder and Sean
Lyman (CoPIs) April 1999-March 2000, $3,600.
"The effects of habitat on demographic rates and population dynamics of reef fish," PADI
Foundation. L.B. Crowder (PI), July 1999-June 2000, $6,091.
"Neuse River Estuary Fish Monitoring Project: Phase II Monitoring," Water Resources
Research Institute, L.B. Crowder (PI), May 1999-December 2000, $70,000.
"The effects of habitat quality on demographic rates and conservation of coral reef fish,"
Environmental Defense Fund, L.B. Crowder (PI), July 1999-June 2000, $14,958.
“The effects of flooding from Hurricane Floyd on fish and fisheries habitat in Pamlico
Sound, NC,” North Carolina Department of Environmental Management, L.B.
Crowder (PI), March 2000-October 2001, $300,000.
"Lumpkin Scholars Program in Global Marine Conservation," Lumpkin Foundation, L.B.
Crowder (PI), April 2000-March 2001, $21,000.
“Current
and future dynamics of the red-cockaded woodpecker population inhabiting the
Savannah River Research park: Managing for population growth,” USDA Forest
Service (subcontract from VPI&SU) Jeffrey R. Walters (PI), July 1, 2000September 29, 2000, $17,973.
“International Scholarship in Global Marine Conservation,” Julian Price Family
Foundation, July 2000-June 2001, $4000.
“Diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) distribution and mortality in crab pots,”
NC Fisheries Resource Grants, L.B. Crowder (PI), March 2000-February 2001,
$38,010.
“Age, growth and population dynamics of loggerheads and Kemp’s ridley sea turtles,”
NOAA, L.B. Crowder PI, September 2000-August 2001, $22,377.
“Panaphil Fellows in Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation,” The Panaphil Foundation,
L.B. Crowder (PI), September 2000-April 2003, $60,000.
“A comprehensive study of the ecological impacts of the worldwide pelagic longline
fishery,” Pew Charitable Trusts, L.B. Crowder and R.A. Myers (CoPIs), October
2000-February 2002, $1,215,000.
“Turtle friendly crab pots,” NC Fisheries Resource Grants, Joe Benevides and L.B.
Crowder (CoPIs), October 2000-May 2002, $11,250.
“Survival rates of western Atlantic loggerheads, Part I: Refinement of trawling near inlets
to collect large samples of juveniles,” NMFS-SEFSC, Aleta Hohn, Sherry
Epperly, Larissa Avens, (PIs), October-December 2000, $9,895. (I am a named
collaborator on this project)
“Sea turtle population dynamics,” National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries
Center, L.B. Crowder (PI), 1 November 2000-30 June 2001, $24,999.
“Integrated Marine Conservation Program Summer Term II--Fellowships in Fisheries and
Marine Conservation,” The Educational Foundation of America, Grant No. 2509,
L.B. Crowder (PI), April 2001-November 2002, $80,000.
“Effects of summer hypoxia on shrimp and fish on the Louisiana shelf,” NOAA NOS
Coastal Ocean Program, L.B. Crowder (PI), June 2001-September 2001,
(Fellowship for Jenni Macal), $10,000.
“Population-level effects of large-scale hypoxia on shrimp and fish in the northwestern
Gulf of Mexico,” NOAA NOS Coastal Ocean Program, L.B. Crowder (PI),
September 2001-August 2003, $395,880.
“Local demography and large-scale connectivity in coral reef fish metapopulations:
Implications for conservation and management,” Environmental Defense,
Environmental Science Program Minigrants Proposal, L. Crowder and G. Rilov
(Co-PIs). June 2001-July 2002, $14,994.
“Evaluating multiple stressors in loggerhead sea turtles: Developing a two-sex spatially
explicit model,” EPA STAR Wildlife Risk Assessment Program (GAD R829094), J. Wyneken and L.B. Crowder (CoPIs), April 2002-March 2004, $349,421.
“Evaluation of the impacts of an area closure in south Texas,” Environmental Defense,
Environmental Science program NGO Minigrants Proposal, C. Allen (HEART),
D. Shaver (USGS) and L. Crowder (CoPIs). June 2001-June 2004, $15,000.
“Digital archival of marine mammal/bird/turtle data for OBIS,” Sloan
Foundation/National Science Foundation/Office of Naval Research, National
Ocean Partnership Program, A.J. Read, P.R. Halpin, and L.B. Crowder (CoPIs),
April 2002-March 2005, $1,842,000.
“Marine fisheries of the United States: A comparison of the catch of recreational and
commercial sectors of the fishery,” The Pew Charitable Trusts, F. Coleman and
L.B. Crowder (CoPIs), June 2002-December 2003, $240,000.
“Global fellowships in fisheries and marine conservation,” Oak Foundation, L.B.
Crowder (PI), July 2002-June 2003, $14,982.
“Food web structure across a large-scale ocean productivity gradient,” University of
California-Irvine, L.B. Crowder and D. Hyrenbach (CoPIs), December 2002November 2003, $15,420.
“Hypoxia, fish, and fisheries in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico,” NOAA NOS Coastal
Ocean Program, J. K. Craig, L.B. Crowder, and A.J. Read (CoPIs), May 2003April 2006, $564,010.
“Panaphil Fellows in Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation,” Panaphil Foundation, L.B.
Crowder (PI), April 2003-March 2005, $60,000.
“Global Fellows in Fisheries and Marine Conservation,” Oak Foundation, L.B. Crowder
(PI), April 2003-March 2005, $91,306.
“Estimating global turtle bycatch in pelagic longline fisheries,” Sandler Family
Supporting Foundation, L.B. Crowder (PI), February 2003-January 2004, $20,000.
“Evaluating multiple stressors in loggerhead sea turtles: Developing a two-sex spatially
explicit model,” L.B. Crowder (PI), July 2003- June 2004, Jeff Gendell, $50,000.
“Evaluating multiple stressors in loggerhead sea turtles: Developing a two-sex spatially
explicit model,” L.B. Crowder (PI), July 2003- June 2004, NMFS-SEFSC,
$17,000.
"Cetacean behavioral ecology and predictive modelling" A.J. Read, P.R. Halpin, L.B.
Crowder, and D. Hyrenbach (CoPIs), April 2004-March 2009, Strategic
Environmental Research and Development Program, DOD/DOE/EPA $968,567.
“Warm-core rings: Oligotrophic wasteland or convergent feeding frenzy?” R. Barber, L.
Crowder, A. Read, D. Hyrenbach, V. Lance and D. Johnston (CoPIs), July 2004,
Duke/UNC Oceanographic Consortium Proposal for exploratory shiptime.
“Quantifying seabird bycatch: A global perspective,” R. Lewison and L. Crowder
(CoPIs), NOAA $20,000.
“Traditional ecological knowledge, oral histories, and historical information: Reef
fisheries in Milolii, Hawaii,” J.M. Shackeroff and L. Crowder (CoPIs), Mia J.
Tegner Memorial Research Grant, Marine Conservation Biology Institute, $6,000.
“Training conservation professionals for Belize.” L.B. Crowder (PI), Oak Foundation,
June 2004-May 2009, $280,229.
“Ecology of juvenile and sub-adult green sea turtles in mangrove tidal creeks of the Big
Cape Sable complex, Everglades National Park,” U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,
C.C. McIvor, K.M. Hart and L.B. Crowder (CoPIs) , $251,171.
“Ecosystem Based Management for the Oceans: The Role of Zoning,” NCEAS Working
Group Proposal, G. Osherenko, E.A. Norse, L.B. Crowder, O.R. Young, and S.
Airamé (CoPIs), November 2004-February 2007, $50,160.
“Reversing declines of seabirds, sea turtles, and marine mammals: An integrated
assessment of bycatch in fisheries,” Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, L.B.
Crowder, A.J. Read, R. Lewison, C. Safina, J. Nichols, and P. Halpin (CoPIs),
January 2005-February 2009, $3,066,000.
“Linking hypoxia-induced habitat degradation to fishery outcomes: a bioeconomic
approach based on brown shrimp,” Coastal Ocean Program, J.K. Craig, L.B.
Crowder, and M. Smith (CoPIs), April 2005-March 2008, $576,667.
“Panaphil Fellows in Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation,” Panaphil Foundation, L.B.
Crowder (PI), April 2005-March 2007, $65,000.
“Global Fellows in Fisheries and Marine Conservation,” Oak Foundation, L.B. Crowder
(PI), April 2005-March 2007, $254,633.
“Development of a user-friendly, GIS-based, spatially-explicit decision support system
(DSS) for management of red-cockaded woodpecker (Picoides borealis),”
Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program Project 1472. J.R.
Walters (PI), January 2006-December 2008, $885,025 (L.B. Crowder,
subcontractor $56,094).
“Mapping habitat connectivity for multiple rare, threatened, and endangered species on
and around military installations,” Strategic Environmental Research and
Development Program, Project 0000. A. Moody, N. Haddad, B. Morris and J.
Walters (PIs). January 2006-December 2010, $1,585,122 (L.B. Crowder,
subcontractor), January 2008-December 2010, $55,637).
“Place-based Management of Marine Ecosystems,” Provost’s Strategic Initiative in
support of the Center for Marine Conservation and the Center Fellowships in
Interdisciplinary Marine Science and Conservation, L.B. Crowder (PI) July 2007June 2011, $657,500.
“Academic Initiative in Marine Science and Conservation,” Provost’s Strategic Initiative
in support of the Duke University Marine Laboratory and the Center for Marine
Conservation. L.B. Crowder and C.L. Van Dover (PIs) July 2007-June 2011,
$695,611.
“Marine Conservation Biology Science to Improve Ecosystem Stewardship in Mexico,”
Packard Foundation, A. Saenz-Arroyo, B. Shaw, and L.B Crowder (PIs). May
2008-May 2009, $113,100.
“Fellowships, Internships, and Research Support for students in Marine Science and
Conservation at Duke University,” Oak Foundation. L.B. Crowder, D. Rittschof,
and C.L. VanDover (PIs). June 2008-May 2011, $870,000.
“Global Fellows Minigrants Program,” Marjorie Sale Arundel Fund for the Earth, L.B.
Crowder (PI), June 2008-May 2009, $5,000.
“Global Fellows Minigrants Program,” Ocean Conservancy, L.B. Crowder (PI), June
2008-May 2009, $10,000.
“Global Fellows Minigrants Program,” Keith Campbell Foundation, L.B. Crowder (PI),
June 2008-May 2009, $5,000.
“Global Fellows Minigrants Program,” Sibyl Bogardus and David Sciara, L.B. Crowder
(PI), June 2008-May 2011, $30,000.
“Global Fellows Minigrants Program,” Oceana, L.B. Crowder (PI), June 2008-May 2009,
$10,000.
“Envisioning a Sustainable Global Seafood Market and Restored Marine Ecosystems,”
NCEAS Working Group, L.B. Crowder and M.D. Smith (PIs), January 2009December 2010, $110,600.
“Historical ecology: Reexamining Sutherland's studies,” Duke University Marine Lab,
R.D. Sagarin and L.B. Crowder (PIs), April-October 2009, $7,750.
“A framework to assess ecosystem health in support of ecosystem-based management of
coastal-marine ecosystems,” NCEAS Working Group Proposal, L.B. Crowder,
M.J. Fogerty, K.L. McLeod and A.R. Rosenberg (PIs) $85,000.
“Building understanding of / support for Marine Spatial Planning among industry
stakeholders,” Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, L.B. Crowder and T. Profeta
(PIs), October 2009-March 2011, $200,000.
“Cooperation across the Atlantic for marine governance integration,” Tender for
European Commission, DG External Relations, Ecologic Institute (Berlin)
499.175 (Euros), M.K. Orbach and L.B. Crowder (CoPIs), January 2010-June
2011, Duke 57.289 (Euros).
“Sharks on coral reefs: Ecosystem consequences of eliminating the oceans apex
predators,” Schmidt Research Vessel Institute, L.B. Crowder (PI), In support of
post-doctoral associate Julia Baum and administered by NCEAS, January 1, 2010December 31, 2010, $82,800.
“The fates of high latitude marine mammals in a warming world: Linking U.S. and
Russian scientific efforts through a collaborative research and education
program,” Pre-proposal to Duke University for NSF PIRE program, D.W.
Johnston (PI), D. Nowacek, A. Read, L. Crowder, A. Friedlander (Co-PIs)
(Funded as pilot project).
“Digital textbooks for mobile devices Phase 1: Developing mobile device-ready content
for Marine Megafauna,” Duke Center for Instructional Technology Jump Start
Program. D. Johnston, A. Friedlander, L. Crowder, A. Read. D. Nowacek and C.
Van Dover (PIs)
“Leadership in marine science and conservation at Duke University Marine Laboratory,”
Oak Foundation, C. VanDover, D. Rittschof, L.Crowder, L. Campbell (PIs).
$958,925.
“Integrated Program in Marine Conservation with Global Fellows,” Oak Foundation, L.
Crowder, X. Basurto, M. Orbach, L. Campbell, and D. Nowacek (PIs). $399,787.
“California Marine Spatial Planning: Implementation of AB 2125 and Preparation for
Potential Phase 4 Activities,” Resources Legacy Fund Foundation, L.B. Crowder
(PI). November 2011 to March 2013, $80,357.
“Too Big To Ignore: Global Partnership on Small-Scale Fisheries Research,” National
Research Council of Canada, Ratana Chuenpadgee (PI), COS is a Partner in this
proposal and I will be involved in leadership of this activity. March 1, 2012February 28, 2018,~$5.0M.
“Quantifying Social-Ecological Relationships in Nearshore Fisheries: Linking Fisheries
Ecosystems, Ecosystem Services and Human Well-Being in Hawaiian
Communities,” Conservation International Foundation, L.B. Crowder (and Jack
Kittinger) PI, January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012, $65,670.
“Woods-Packard Fellowship at the Center for Ocean Solutions,” David and Lucille
Packard Foundation, L.B. Crowder (PI), June 2012-June 2014, $300,000.
“Identifying Thresholds, Developing Key Indicators, and Opertionalizing their use in
CMSP,” Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, C. Kappel, B. Halpern, K. Selkoe,
L. Crowder, P. Levin (PIs). August 2012-August 2016, ~$3.1M (COS $1.2M).
“Genetic Environmental Monitoring in the Marine Environment,” David and Lucille
Packard Foundation, L.B. Crowder (PI), February 2013-January 2014, $249,321.
“eDNA For Quantitative Marine Animal Monitoring of Ocean Waters,” Woods EVP
Proposal, Alexandria Boehm (CEE) and Larry B. Crowder (Biology), PIs, 10/1/13
– 9/30/15, $200,000.
“CI Hawaiian Fish Trust Science Advisory,” Conservation International Foundation, L.B.
Crowder, PI (and Jack Kittinger), May 2013-December 2014, $152,244.
“Rapid Assessment of California State Fisheries Management and Practices,” Resources
Legacy Fund Foundation, L.B. Crowder (PI), August 2013-November 30, 2013,
$50,497.
PUBLICATIONS
Journal publications
Magnuson, J.J., L.B. Crowder, and P.A. Medvick. 1979. Temperature as an ecological
resource. Amer. Zool. 19:331-343.
Crowder, L.B. 1980. Ecological convergence of community structure: A neutral model
analysis. Ecology 61:194-198.
Crowder, L.B. 1980. Alewife, rainbow smelt and native fishes in Lake Michigan:
Competition or predation? Env. Biol. Fish. 5:225-233.
Brandt, S.B., J.J. Magnuson, and L.B. Crowder. 1980. Thermal habitat partitioning by
fishes in Lake Michigan. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 37:1557-1564.
Crowder, L.B. 1980. Perspectives on Lake Ecosystem Modeling (book review). Trans.
Amer. Fish. Soc. 109:146-147.
Crowder, L.B., J.J. Magnuson, and S.B. Brandt. 1981. Complementarity in the use of
food and thermal habitat by Lake Michigan fishes. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci.
38:662-668.
Stewart, D.J., J.F. Kitchell, and L.B. Crowder. 1981. Forage fishes and their salmonid
predators in Lake Michigan. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 110:751-763 (winner of
American Fisheries Society best paper award).
Crowder, L.B. and J.J. Magnuson. 1982. Thermal habitat shifts by fishes at the
thermocline in Lake Michigan. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 39:1046-1050.
Crowder, L.B. and W.E. Cooper. 1982. Habitat structural complexity and the interaction
between bluegills and their prey. Ecology 63:1802-1813.
Crowder, L.B. and F.P. Binkowski. 1983. Foraging behaviors and the interaction of
alewife, Alosa pseudoharengus, and bloater, Coregonus hoyi. Env. Biol. Fish.
8:105-113.
Crowder, L.B. 1984. Character displacement and habitat shift in a native cisco in
southeastern Lake Michigan: Evidence for competition? Copeia 1984:878-883.
Crowder, L.B. and H.L. Crawford. 1984. Ecological shifts in resource use by bloater in
Lake Michigan. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 113:694-700.
Crowder, L.B. 1985. Optimal foraging and feeding mode shifts in fishes. Env. Biol. Fish.
12:57-62.
Rice, J.A., L.B. Crowder, and F.P. Binkowski. 1985. Evaluating the otolith increment
analysis method for bloater: Do otoliths ring true? Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc.
114:532-539.
Miller, J.M., L.B. Crowder, and M.L. Moser. 1985. Migration and utilization of estuarine
nurseries by juvenile fishes: An evolutionary perspective. Contr. Mar. Sci.
27:338-342.
Crowder, L.B. 1986. Ecological and morphological shifts in Lake Michigan fishes:
Glimpses of the ghost of competition past. Env. Biol. Fish. 16:147-157.
Kitchell, J.F. and L.B. Crowder. 1986. Predator-prey interactions in Lake Michigan:
Model predictions and recent dynamics. Env. Biol. Fish. 16:205-211.
Rice, J.A., L.B. Crowder, and F.P. Binkowski. 1987. Evaluating potential sources of
mortality for larval bloater: Starvation and vulnerability to predation. Can. J. Fish.
Aquat. Sci. 44:467-472.
Crouse, D.T., L.B. Crowder, and H. Caswell. 1987. A stage-based population model for
loggerhead sea turtles and implications for conservation. Ecology 68:1412-1423.
Crowder, L.B., M.E. McDonald and J.A. Rice. 1987. Understanding recruitment of Lake
Michigan fishes: The importance of size-based interactions between fish and
zooplankton. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 44 (Suppl. 2):141-147.
Rice, J.A., L.B. Crowder, and M. E. Holey. 1987. Exploration of mechanisms regulating
larval survival in Lake Michigan bloater: A recruitment analysis based on
characteristics of individual larvae. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 116:703-719. (winner
of American Fisheries Society best paper award).
Kitchell, J.F., M.S. Evans, D. Scavia, and L.B. Crowder. 1988. Regulation of water
quality in Lake Michigan: Report of the food web workshop. J. Great Lakes Res.
14:109-114.
Miller, T.J., L.B. Crowder, J.A. Rice, and E.A. Marschall. 1988. Larval size and
recruitment mechanisms in fishes: Toward a conceptual framework. Can. J. Fish.
Aquat. Sci. 45:1657-1670.
Crowder, L.B. 1988. Predation: Direct and indirect impacts on aquatic communities.
Copeia 1988:501-502 (book review).
Redfield, G.W. and L.B. Crowder. 1989. Suggestions for grantsmanship in ecology. Bull.
Ecol. Soc. Amer. 70:185-189.
Martin, T.H., R.A. Wright and L.B. Crowder. 1989. Non-additive impact of blue crabs
and spot on their prey assemblages. Ecology 70:1935-1942.
Fritz, E.S., L.B. Crowder, and R.C. Francis. 1990. The National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration plan for recruitment fisheries oceanography research.
Fisheries 15:25-31.
Luecke, C., J.A. Rice, L.B. Crowder, S.F. Yeo, and F.P. Binkowski. 1990. Recruitment
mechanisms of bloater in Lake Michigan: An analysis of the predatory gauntlet.
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 47:524-532.
McDonald, M.E., L.B. Crowder, and S.B. Brandt. 1990. Changes in Mysis and
Pontoporeia populations in southeastern Lake Michigan: A response to changes in
the fish community. Limnol. oceanogr. 35:220-227.
Wildhaber, M.L. and L.B. Crowder. 1990. Testing a bioenergetics-based habitat choice
model: Bluegill responses to food availability and temperature. Can. J. Fish.
Aquat. Sci. 47:1664-1671.
Miller, T.J., L.B. Crowder, and F.P. Binkowski. 1990. Effects of changes in the
zooplankton assemblage on growth in bloater and implications for recruitment
success. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 119:483-491.
Wildhaber, M.L. and L.B. Crowder. 1991. Mechanisms of patch choice by bluegills
foraging in a variable environment. Copeia 1991:445-460.
Crowder, L.B. 1991. Ecology of teleost fishes (book review). BioScience 41:650.
Miller, T.J., L.B. Crowder, J.A. Rice, and F.P. Binkowski. 1992. Body size and the
ontogeny of the functional response in fishes. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 49:805812.
Martin, T.H., L.B. Crowder, C.F. Dumas, and J.M. Burkholder. 1992. Indirect effects of
fish on macrophytes in Bays Mountain Lake: Evidence for a littoral trophic
cascade. Oecologia 89:476-481.
Crowder, L.B. 1992. Dynamic geography of marine fish populations (book review).
American Scientist 80:394.
Wright, R.A., L.B. Crowder, and T.H. Martin. 1993. The effects of predation on the
survival and size-distribution of estuarine fishes: An experimental approach. Env.
Biol. Fish. 36:291-300.
Rice, J.A., T.J. Miller, K.A. Rose, L.B. Crowder, E.A. Marschall, A.S. Trebitz, and D.L.
DeAngelis. 1993. Growth rate variation and larval survival: Inferences from an
individual-based size-dependent predation model. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci.
50:133-142.
Miller, T.J., L.B. Crowder, and J.A. Rice. 1993. Ontogenetic changes in behavioural and
histological measures of visual acuity in three species of fish. Env. Biol. Fish.
37:1-8.
Rice, J.A., L.B. Crowder, and K.A. Rose. 1993. Interactions between size-structured
predator and prey populations: Experimental test and model comparison. Trans.
Amer. Fish. Soc. 122:481-491.
DeAngelis, D.L., K.A. Rose, L.B. Crowder, E.A. Marschall, and D. Lika. 1993. Fish
cohort dynamics: Application of complementary modeling approaches. Amer.
Natur. 142:604-622.
Van Buskirk, J. and L.B. Crowder. 1994. Life history variation in marine turtles. Copeia
1994(1):66-81.
Wildhaber, M.L., R.F. Green, and L.B. Crowder. 1994. Bluegills continuously update
patch giving-up times based on foraging experience. Anim. Behav. 47:501-513.
Crowder, L.B., D.T. Crouse, S.S. Heppell, and T.H. Martin. 1994. Predicting the impact
of turtle excluder devices on loggerhead sea turtle populations. Ecol. Appl. 4:437445.
Heppell, S.S., J.R. Walters, and L.B. Crowder. 1994. Evaluating management
alternatives for red-cockaded woodpeckers: A modeling approach. J. Wildl.
Mgmt. 58:479-487.
Marschall, E.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1995. Density-dependent survival as a function of size
in juvenile salmonids in streams. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 52:136-140.
Crowder, L.B., S.R. Hopkins-Murphy, and A. Royle. 1995. Estimated effect of TurtleExcluder Devices (TEDs) on loggerhead sea turtle strandings with implications
for conservation. Copeia 1995(4):773-779.
Wildhaber, M.L. and L.B. Crowder. 1995. Bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus)
foraging behavior under temporally varying food conditions. Copeia 1995(4):891899.
Power, M.E., Tilman, D., Carpenter, S.R., Huntly, N., Leibold M., Morin, P., Menge,
B.A., Estes, J.A., Ehrlich, P.R., Hixon, M., Lodge, D.M., McPeek, M.A., Fauth,
J.E., Reznick, D., Crowder, L.B., Holbrook, S.J., Peckarsky, B.L., Gill, D.E.,
Antonovics, J., Polis, G.A., Wake, D.B., Orians, G., Ketterson, E.D., Marschall,
E., and S.P. Lawler. 1995. The role of experiments in ecology. Science 270:561.
Johnson, D.M., T.H. Martin, M. Mahato, L.B. Crowder, and P.H. Crowley. 1995.
Predation, density dependence and life histories in dragonflies: A field experiment
in a freshwater community. J. North Amer. Benthol. Soc. 14(4): 547-562.
Marschall, E.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1996. Assessing population responses to multiple
anthropogenic effects: A case study with brook trout. Ecol. Appl. 61(1):152-167.
Letcher, B.H., J.A. Rice, L.B. Crowder, and F.P. Binkowski. 1996. Size-dependent
effects of continuous and intermittent feeding on starvation time and mass loss in
starving yellow perch (Perca flavescens) larvae and juveniles. Trans. Amer. Fish.
Soc. 125:14-26.
Wright, R.A., L.B. Crowder and T.H. Martin. 1996. Selective predation by blue crabs on
the gastropod, Bittium varium: Confirmation from opercula found in the
sediments. Estuaries 19(1): 75-81.
Heppell, S.S., C.J. Limpus, D.T. Crouse, N.B. Frazer, and L.B. Crowder. 1996.
Population model analysis for the loggerhead sea turtle, Caretta caretta, in
Queensland. Wildlife Research (Australia) 23:143-159.
Heppell, S.S., L.B. Crowder, and D.T. Crouse. 1996. Models to evaluate headstarting as a
management tool for long-lived turtles. Ecol. Appl. 6(2):556-565.
Johnson, D.M., T.H. Martin, P.H. Crowley, and L.B. Crowder. 1996. Link strength in
lake littoral food webs: Net effects of small sunfish and larval dragonflies. J.
North Amer. Benthol. Soc. 15(3): 271-288.
Heppell, S.S. and L.B. Crowder. 1996. Analysis of a fisheries model for harvest of
hawksbill sea turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata). Cons. Biol. 10(3):874-880.
Letcher, B.H., J.A. Rice, L.B. Crowder, and K.A. Rose. 1996. Variability in survival of
larval fish: Disentangling components with a generalized individual-based model.
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 53(4):787-801.
Fitzhugh, G.R., L.B. Crowder, and J.P. Monaghan. 1996. Mechanisms contributing to
variable growth in juvenile southern flounder (Paralichthys lethostigma). Can. J.
Fish. Aquat. Sci. 53 (9):1964-1973.
Letcher, B.H., J.A. Rice, L.B. Crowder, and F.P. Binkowski. 1997. Size- and speciesdependent variability in consumption and growth rates of larvae and juveniles of
three freshwater fishes. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 54(2):405-414.
Crowder, L.B., D.D. Squires, and J.A. Rice. 1997. Non-additive effects of terrestrial and
aquatic predators on juvenile estuarine fish. Ecology 78(6):1796-1804.
Cowell, L.G., L.B. Crowder, and T.B. Kepler. 1998. Density-dependent prenatal
androgen exposure as an endogenous mechanism for the generation of cycles in
small mammal populations. J. Theor. Biol. 190:93-106.
Crowder, L.B. and S.A. Murawski. 1998. Fisheries bycatch: Implications for
management. Fisheries 23(6):8-17.
Letcher, B.H., J.A. Priddy, J.R. Walters, and L.B. Crowder. 1998. An individual-based,
spatially- explicit simulation model of the population dynamics of the endangered
red-cockaded woodpecker, Picoides borealis. Biol. Conserv. 86:1-14
McCollum, E.W., L.B. Crowder, and S.A. McCollum. 1998. Complex interactions of
fish, snails and littoral zone periphyton. Ecology 79:1980-1994.
Heppell, S.S. and L.B. Crowder. 1998. Prognostic evaluation of enhancement projects
using population models and life history analysis. Bull. Mar. Sci. 62(2):495-507.
Callicott, J.B., L.B. Crowder, and K. Mumford. 1999. Current normative concepts in
conservation. Cons. Biol. 13:22-35.
Diamond, S.L., L.B. Crowder, and L.G. Cowell. 1999. Catch and bycatch: The
qualitative effects of fisheries on population vital rates of Atlantic croaker. Trans.
Amer. Fish. Soc. 128:1085-1105.
Crowder, L.B. and F.E. Werner (eds.) 1999. Fisheries oceanography of the estuarinedependent fishes of the South Atlantic Bight: An interdisciplinary synthesis of
SABRE (South Atlantic Bight Recruitment Experiment). Fish. Oceanogr.
Volume 8, Supplement 2.
Ortner, P.B., L.B. Crowder, and D.E. Hoss. 1999. The South Atlantic Bight Recruitment
Experiment: Introduction and overview. Fish. Oceanogr. 8 (Suppl.2): 1-6.
Quinlan, J.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1999. Searching for sensitivity in the life history of
Atlantic menhaden: Inferences from a matrix model. Fish. Oceanogr. 8
(Suppl.2):124-133.
Forward, R.B., K.A. Reinsel, D. Peters, R.A. Tankersley, J.H. Churchill, L.B. Crowder,
W.F. Hettler, S.M. Warlen, and M. Green. 1999. Transport of fish larvae through
a tidal inlet. Fish. Oceanogr. 8 (Suppl.2):153-172.
Churchill, J. H., R.B. Forward, R.A. Luettich, J.L. Hench, W.F. Hettler, L.B. Crowder,
and J.O. Blanton. 1999. Circulation and larval fish transport within a tidally
dominated estuary. Fish. Oceanogr..8 (Suppl.2):173-189.
Crowder, L.B. and D.E. Hoss. 1999. Applications of SABRE to research and
management. Fish.Oceanogr.8 (Suppl.2):247-252.
Heppell, S.S., H. Caswell, and L.B. Crowder, 2000. Life histories and elasticity patterns:
Perturbation analysis for species with minimal demographic data. Ecology
81(3):654-665.
McDaniel, C. J., L. B. Crowder, and J. A. Priddy. 2000. Spatial dynamics of sea turtle
abundance and shrimping intensity in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. Conservation
Ecology 4(1): 15. [online] URL: http://www.consecol.org/vol4/iss1/art15
Crowder, L. 2000. Leatherback’s survival will depend on an international effort. Nature
405:881.
Callicott, J.B., L.B.Crowder, and K. Mumford. 2000. A reply to Willers and Hunter.
Cons. Biol. 14:575-578.
Crowder, L.B., S.J. Lyman, W.F. Figueira, and J. Priddy. 2000. Source-sink dynamics
and the problem of siting marine reserves. Bull. Mar. Sci. 66(3):799-820.
Diamond, S.L., L.G. Cowell, and L.B. Crowder. 2000. The population effects of shrimp
trawl bycatch on Atlantic croaker. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 57:2010-2021.
Paerl, H.W., J.D. Bales, L.W. Ausley, C.P. Buzzelli, L.B. Crowder, L.A. Eby, M.Go, B.L.
Peierls, T.L. Richardson, and J.S. Ramus. 2000. Hurricanes’ hydrological,
ecological effects linger in a major U.S. estuary. EOS Transactions, American
Geophysical Union 81(40):457-462.
McCarthy, H.P. and L.B. Crowder. 2000. An overlooked scale of global transport:
Phytoplankton species richness in ballast water. Biological Invasions 2:321-322.
Paerl, H.W., J.D. Bales, L.W. Ausley, C.P. Buzzelli, L.B. Crowder, L.A. Eby, M.Go, B.L.
Peierls, T.L. Richardson, and J. S. Ramus. 2001. Ecosystem impacts of three
sequential hurricanes (Dennis, Floyd and Irene) on US’s largest lagoonal estuary,
Pamlico Sound, NC. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
98(10):5655-5660.
Selberg, C.J., L.A. Eby, and L.B. Crowder. 2001. Hypoxia in the Neuse River Estuary:
Responses of blue crabs and crabbers. N. Amer. J. Fish. Management 21:358366.
Walters, J.R., L.B. Crowder, and J.A. Priddy. 2002. Population viability analysis for redcockaded woodpeckers using an individual-based model. Ecol. Appl. 12:249-260.
Eby, L.A. and L.B. Crowder. 2002. Hypoxia-based habitat compression in the Neuse
River Estuary: Context-dependent shifts in behavioral avoidance thresholds. Can.
J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 59:952-965.
Lewison, R. and L. Crowder. 2003. Estimating fishery bycatch and effects on the Blackfooted albatross, a vulnerable seabird population. Ecol. Appl. 13:743-753.
Lewison, R., L.B. Crowder, and D.J. Shaver. 2003. The impact of turtle excluder devices
and fisheries closures on loggerhead and Kemp’s ridley strandings in the western
Gulf of Mexico. Conservation Biology 17:1089-1097.
Ramus, J., L.A. Eby, C.M. McClellan, and L.B. Crowder. 2003. Phytoplankton forcing by
a record freshwater discharge event into a large lagoonal estuary. Estuaries
26(5):1344-1352.
Read, A., C. Brownstein, L. Crowder and C. Safina. 2003. Marine bycatch.
Conservation in Practice 4:43.
Lewison, R, S. Freeman and L. Crowder. 2004. Quantifying the effects of fisheries on
protected species: The impact of pelagic longlines on loggerhead and leatherback
sea turtles. Ecology Letters 7(3):221-231.
Eby, L.A. and L.B. Crowder. 2004. Effects of localized hypoxic disturbances on an
estuarine fish and crustacean community: A multi-scale approach. Estuaries 27(2):
342-351.
Coleman, F.C., W.F. Figueira, J. Ueland and L.B. Crowder. 2004. The impact of United
States recreational fisheries on marine fish populations. Science 305(24
September 2004):1958-1960. Published online 26 August
2004(DOI:10.1126/science.1100397).
Lewison, R.L., L.B. Crowder, A.J. Read and S.A. Freeman. 2004. Understanding impacts
of fisheries bycatch on marine megafauna. Trends in Ecology and Evolution
19:598-604.
Heppell, S., D. Crouse, L. Crowder, S. Epperly, W. Gabriel, T. Henwood, R. Marquez,
and N. Thompson. 2004. A population model to estimate recovery time,
population size, and management impacts on Kemp's ridleys. Chelonian
Conservation and Biology 4:767-773.
Coleman, F.C, W.F. Figueira, J. S. Ueland, and L.B. Crowder. 2005. The recreational
fisher's perspective. Science 307 (11 March 2005):1560-61.
Coleman, F.C, W.F. Figueira, J. S. Ueland, and L.B. Crowder. 2005. Global impact of
recreational fisheries. Science 307 (11 March 2005): 1561-62.
Eby, L.A., L.B.Crowder, C. M. McClellan, C.H. Peterson and M.J. Powers. 2005. Habitat
degradation from intermittent hypoxia: Impacts on demersal fishes. Marine
Ecology Progress Series 291:249-262.
Craig, J.K., L.B. Crowder and T.A. Henwood. 2005. Spatial distribution of brown shrimp
(Farfantepeneaus aztecus) on the northwestern Gulf of Mexico shelf: Effects of
abundance and hypoxia. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
62:1295-1308.
Craig, J.K. and L.B. Crowder. 2005. Hypoxia-induced habitat shifts and energetic
consequences in Atlantic croaker and brown shrimp on the Gulf of Mexico shelf.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 294:79-94.
Smith, M.D. and L.B. Crowder. 2005. Valuing ecosystem services with fishery rents: A
lumped-parameter approach to hypoxia in the Neuse River Estuary. Conference
on Linking Economic and Ecological Models - ictp.trieste.it. 68pp.
Hart, K.M., P. Mooreside, and L.B. Crowder. 2006. Interpreting the spatio-temporal
patterns of sea turtle strandings: Going with the flow. Biological Conservation
129:283-290.
Figueira, W.F. and L.B. Crowder. 2006. Defining patch contribution in source-sink
metapopulations: The importance of including dispersal and its relevance to
marine systems. Population Ecology 48:215-224. (Erratum published in
Population Ecology 52:249-250).
Alava, J.J., J.M. Keller, J.R. Kucklick, J. Wyneken, L. Crowder, G.I. Scott. 2006.
Loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) egg yolk concentrations of persistent
organic pollutants and lipid increase during the last stage of embryonic
development. Science of the Total Environment. 367 (2006):170-181.
Halpin, P.N., A.J. Read, B.D. Best, K.D. Hyrenbach, E. Fujioka, M.S. Coyne, L.B.
Crowder, S.A. Freeman, C. Spoerri. 2006. OBIS-SEAMAP: Developing a
biogeographic research data commons for ecological studies of marine mammals,
seabirds, and sea turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series 316:239-246.
Crowder, L.B., G. Osherenko, O.R. Young, S. Airamé, E.A. Norse, N. Baron, J.C. Day,
F. Douvere, C.N. Ehler, B.S. Halpern, S.J. Langdon, K.L. McLeod, J.C. Ogden,
R.E. Peach, A.A. Rosenberg, and J.A. Wilson. 2006. Resolving mismatches in
U.S. ocean governance. Science 313:617-618.
Craig, J.K., B.J. Burke, L.B. Crowder, and J. A. Rice. 2006. Prey growth dynamics and
size-dependent predation interactions in juvenile estuarine fishes: Experimental
and model analyses. Ecology 87: 2366-2377.
Osherenko, G., O.R. Young, L.B. Crowder, J.A. Wilson and E.A. Norse. 2006. Property
rights and ocean governance. Science 314:592-593.
Paerl, H.W., L.M. Valdes, A.R. Joyner, B.L. Peierls, M.F. Piehler, S.R. Riggs, R.R.
Christian, L.A. Eby, L.B. Crowder, J.S. Ramus, E.J. Clesceri, C.P. Buzzelli and
R.A. Leuttich. 2006. Ecological response to hurricane events in the Pamlico
Sound system, NC and implications for assessment and management in a regime
of increased frequency. Estuaries and Coasts 29:1033-1045.
Stokes, L., J. Wyneken, L.B. Crowder and J. Marsh. 2006. The influence of temporal and
spatial origin on size and early growth rates in loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta
caretta) in the United States. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 1(2):7180.
Eby, L.A., W. J. Roach. L.B. Crowder, and J.A. Stanford. 2006. Effects of stocking-up
freshwater food webs. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 21:576-584.
Rilov, G., W.F. Figueira, S.J. Lyman and L.B. Crowder. 2007. Complex habitats may not
always benefit prey: Linking visual field with reef fish behavior and distribution.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 329:225-238.
Lewison, R.L. and L.B. Crowder. 2007. Putting longline bycatch of sea turtles into
perspective. Conservation Biology 21:79-86.
Young, O.R., G. Osherenko, J. Ekstrom, L.B. Crowder, J. Ogden, J.A. Wilson, J.C. Day,
F. Douvere, C.N. Ehler, K. McLeod, and R. Peach. 2007. Solving the crisis in
ocean governance: Place-based management of marine ecosystems. Environment
49(4):20-32.
Wyneken, J., S.P. Epperly, L.B. Crowder, J. Vaughan and K.B. Esper. 2007 Determining
sex in posthatchling loggerhead sea turtles using multiple gonadal and accessory
duct characteristics. Herpetologica 63(1) 19-30.
Peckham, S.H., D.M. Diaz, A. Walli, G. Ruiz, L.B. Crowder and W.J. Nichols. 2007.
Small-scale fisheries bycatch jeopardizes endangered Pacific loggerhead turtles.
PLoS One 2(10):e1041.
Cox, T.M., R.L. Lewison, R. Žydelis, L.B. Crowder, C. Safina, and A.J. Read. 2007.
Comparing effectiveness of experimental and implemented bycatch reduction
measures: The ideal and the real. Conservation Biology 21:1155-1164.
Craig, J.K., J.A. Rice, L.B. Crowder and D.A. Nadeau. 2007. Density-dependent growth
and mortality in an estuary-dependent fish: An experimental approach with
juvenile spot Leiostomus xanthurus. Marine Ecology Progress Series 343: 251262.
Figueira, W.F., S.J. Lyman, L.B. Crowder, and G. Rilov. 2008. Small-scale demographic
variability of the bicolor damselfish, Stegastes partitus, in the Florida Keys USA.
Environmental Biology of Fishes 81:297-311.
Halpern, B.S., K.L. McLeod, A.A. Rosenberg, and L.B. Crowder. 2008. Managing for
cumulative impacts in ecosystem-based management through ocean zoning.
Ocean and Coastal Management 51:203-211.
Wallace, B. P., S. S. Heppell, R.L. Lewison, S. Kelez and L.B. Crowder. 2008. Impacts of
fisheries bycatch on loggerhead turtles worldwide inferred from reproductive
value analyses. Journal of Applied Ecology 45:1076-1085.
Crowder, L.B. and E.A. Norse. 2008. Essential ecological insights for marine ecosystembased management. Marine Policy 32:772-778.
Read, A.J., P.N. Halpin, L.B. Crowder, B.D. Best, and E. Fujioka. 2008. OBISSEAMAP: Mapping marine mammals, birds, and turtles. World Wide Web
electronic publication. http://seamap.env.duke.edu.
Crowder, L.B., E.L Hazen, N. Avissar, R, Bjorkland, K. Latanich, M.B. Ogburn. 2008.
The impacts of fisheries on marine ecosystems and the transition to ecosystembased management. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics
39:259-278.
Sims, M., R. Bjorkland, P. Mason and L.B. Crowder. 2008. Statistical power and sea
turtle nesting beach surveys. How long and when? Biological Conservation
141:2921-2931.
Grober-Dunsmore, R., L. Wooninck, J. Field, C. Ainsworth, J. Beets, S. Berkeley, J.
Bohnsack, R. Boulon, R. Brodeur, J. Brodziak, L. Crowder, D. Gleason, M.
Hixon, L. Kaufman, B. Lindberg, M. Miller, L. Morgan and C. Wahle. 2008.
Vertical zoning in marine protected areas: Ecological considerations for balancing
pelagic fishing with conservation of benthic communities. Fisheries 33:598-610.
Soykan, C.U., J.E. Moore, R. Žydelis, L.B. Crowder, C. Safina, R.L. Lewison. 2008. Why
Study Bycatch? An Introduction to the ESR Special Issue on Fisheries Bycatch.
Endangered Species Research 5: 91-102.
Poonian, C.N.S., M.D. Hauzer, A. Ben Allaoui, T.M. Cox, J.E. Moore, A.J. Read, R.L.
Lewison, and L.B. Crowder. 2008. Rapid assessment of sea turtle and marine
mammal bycatch in the Union of the Comoros. Western Indian Journal of Marine
Science 7:207-216.
Sagarin, R.D., and L.B. Crowder. 2009. Breaking through the crisis in marine
conservation and management: Insights from the philosophies of Ed Ricketts.
Conservation Biology 23:24-30.
Hazen, E.L., J.K. Craig, C.P. Good and L.B. Crowder. 2009. Fine scale vertical
distribution of acoustically detected biomass in hypoxic waters. Marine Ecology
Progress Series 375:195-207.
Avissar, N., K.M. Hart, L.B. Crowder, J. Gannon and J.C. Marsh. 2009. At loggerheads:
Gear damage in the blue crab fishery attributed to loggerhead sea turtles. North
American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:163-169.
Avissar, N., E. Hazen, N. Young and L. Crowder. 2009. Will it float? Testing a new
technique for reducing sea turtle damage to crab pots. North American Journal of
Fisheries Management 29:170-175.
Moore, J.E., B.P. Wallace, R.L. Lewison, R. Žydelis, T.M. Cox and L.B. Crowder. 2009.
A review of marine mammal, sea turtle and seabird bycatch in USA fisheries and
the role of policy in shaping management. Marine Policy 33:435-451.
Turnipseed, M., L.B. Crowder, R.D. Sagarin, and S.E. Roady. 2009. Legal bedrock for
rebuilding America’s ocean ecosystems. Science 324:183-184.
Boesch, D.F., W.R. Boynton, L.B. Crowder, R.J. Diaz, R.W. Howarth, L.D. Mee, S.W.
Nixon, N.N. Rabalais, R. Rosenberg, J.G. Sanders, D. Scavia, and R.E. Turner.
2009. Nutrient enrichment drives Gulf of Mexico hypoxia. EOS Transactions
AGU 90:117-118.
Turnipseed, M., S.E. Roady, R. Sagarin and L.B. Crowder. 2009. The silver anniversary
of the U.S.’s Exclusive Economic Zone: Twenty-five years of ocean use and
abuse, and the possibility of a blue water public trust doctrine. Ecology Law
Quarterly 36(1): 1-70.
Halpin, P.N., A.J. Read, E. Fujioka, , B.D. Best B. Donnelly, L.J. Hazen, C. Kot, K.
Urian, E. LaBrecque, A. DiMatteo, J. Cleary, C. Good, L.B. Crowder and K.D.
Hyrenbach. 2009. OBIS-SEAMAP: The world data center for marine mammal,
sea bird, and sea turtle distributions. Oceanography 22:104-115.
Turnipseed, M., L.B. Crowder, R.D. Sagarin, and S.E. Roady. 2009. Public Trust
Doctrine: Response. Science 326:45-46.
Gruby, R.L. and L.B. Crowder. 2009. Still waters run deep. Environmental Forum 26:2429.
Smith, M.D., C.A. Roheim, L.B. Crowder, B.S. Halpern, M. Turnipseed, J.L. Anderson,
F. Asche, L. Bourillón, A.G. Guttormsen, A. Khan, L.A. Liguori, A. McNevin,
M.I O’Connor, D. Squires, P. Tyedmers, C. Brownstein, K. Carden, D.H. Klinger,
R. Sagarin, and K.A. Selkoe. 2010. Sustainability and global seafood. Science
327:784-786.
Moore, J.E., T.M. Cox, R.L. Lewison, A.J. Read, R. Bjorkland, S.L. McDonald, L.B.
Crowder, E. Aruna, I. Ayissi, P. Espeut, C. Joynson-Hicks, N. Pilcher, C.
Poonian, B. Solarin, and J. Kiszka. 2010. An interview-based approach to assess
marine mammal and sea turtle captures in artisanal fisheries. Biological
Conservation 143:795-805.
Foley, M.M., B.S. Halpern, F. Micheli, M.H. Armsby, M.R. Caldwell, C.M. Crain, E.
Prahler, N. Rohr, D. Sivas, M.W. Beck, M.H. Carr, L.B. Crowder, J.E. Duffy,
S.D. Hacker, K.L. McLeod, S.R. Palumbi, C.H. Peterson, H.M. Regan, M.H.
Ruckelshaus, P.A. Sandifer, R.S. Steneck. 2010. Guiding ecological principles for
marine spatial planning. Marine Policy 34:955-966.
Wallace, B.P., R.L. Lewison, S.L. McDonald, R.K. McDonald, C.Y. Kot, S. Kelez, R.K.
Bjorkland, E.M. Finkbeiner, S. Helmbrecht, and L.B. Crowder. 2010. Global patterns
of marine turtle bycatch. Conservation Letters 3:131-142.
Donlan, C.J., D.K. Wingfield, L.B. Crowder and C. Wilcox. 2010. Using expert opinion
surveys to rank threats to endangered species: A case study with sea turtles.
Conservation Biology 24:1586-1595.
Bolten, A.B., L.B. Crowder, M.G. Dodd, S.L. MacPherson, J.A. Musick, B.A. Schroeder,
B.E. Witherington, K.J. Long, and M.L. Snover. 2010. Quantifying multiple threats
to endangered species: An example from loggerhead sea turtles. Frontiers in Ecology
and Environment 9:295-301(doi:10.1890/090126).
Snover, M.L., A.A. Hohn, L.B. Crowder and S.A. Macko. 2010. Combining stable
isotopes and skeletal growth marks to detect habitat shifts in juvenile loggerhead
sea turtles Caretta caretta. Endangered Species Res 13:25-31.
Stewart, K.R., R.L. Lewison, D.C. Dunn, R.H. Bjorkland, S. Kelez, P.N. Halpin and L.B.
Crowder. 2010. Characterizing fishing effort and spatial extent of coastal
fisheries. PLoS One 5(12):e14451. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014451.
Hamann, M., M.H. Godfrey, J.A. Seminoff, K. Arthur, P.C.R. Barata, K.A. Bjorndal,
A.B. Bolten, A.C. Broderick, L.M. Campbell, C. Carreras, P. Casale, M.
Chaloupka, S.K.F. Chan, M.S. Coyne, L.B. Crowder, C.E. Diez, P.H. Dutton, S.P.
Epperly, N.N. FitzSimmons, A. Formia, M. Girondot, G.C. Hays, C. I-Jiunn, Y.
Kaska, R. Lewison, J.A. Mortimer, W.J. Nichols, R.D. Reina, K. Shanker, J.R.
Spotila, J. Tomás, B.P. Wallace, T.M. Work, J. Zbinden, B.J. Godley. 2011.
Global research priorities for sea turtles: Informing management and conservation
in the 21st century. Endangered Species Research 11:245-269.
Crowder, L.B. and S.S. Heppell. 2011. The decline and rise of a sea turtle: How Kemp’s
ridleys are recovering in the Gulf of Mexico. Solutions 2:67-73.
Bjorndal, K.A., B.W. Bowen, M. Chaloupka, L.B Crowder, S.S. Heppell, C.M. Jones,
M.E. Lutcavage, D. Policansky, A.R. Solow, and B.E. Witherington. 2011. Better
science needed for restoration in the Gulf of Mexico. Science 331:537-38.
Stewart, K., M. Sims, A. Meylan, B. Witherington, B. Brost, and L.B. Crowder. 2011.
Leatherback nests increasing significantly in Florida, USA: Trends assessed over
30 years using multi-level modeling. Ecological applications 21:263-273.
Lewison, R.L., C.U. Soykan, T. Cox, H. Peckham, N. Pilcher, N. LeBoeuf, S. McDonald,
J. Moore, C. Safina, and L.B. Crowder. 2011. Ingredients for addressing the
challenges of fisheries bycatch. Bulletin of Marine Science 87:235-250
(doi:105343/bms.2010.1062).
Shackeroff, J.S., L.M. Campbell and L.B. Crowder. 2011. Social-ecological guilds:
Putting people into marine historical ecology. Ecology and Society 16 (52), 20pp.
Hart, K.M. and L. B. Crowder. 2011. Mitigating by-catch of diamondback terrapins in
crab pots. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:264-272.
Alava, J.J., J.M. Keller, J. Wyneken, L. Crowder, G. Scott, J.R. Kucklick. 2011.
Geographical variation in persistent organic pollutants in eggs of threatened
loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) from southeastern USA. Environmental
Toxicology and Chemistry 30:1677-1688.
Finkbeiner, E.M., B.P. Wallace, J.E. Moore, R.L. Lewison, L.B. Crowder, and A.J. Read.
2011. Cumulative estimates of sea turtle bycatch and mortality in U.S.A. fisheries
between 1990-2007. Biological conservation 144:2719-2727.
Žydelis R., R.L. Lewison, S.A. Shaffer, J.E. Moore, A.M. Boustany, J.J. Roberts, M.
Sims, D.C. Dunn, B.D. Best, Y. Tremblay, M.A. Kappes, P.N. Halpin, D.P. Costa
and L.B. Crowder. 2011. Dynamic habitat models: Using telemetry data to project
fisheries bycatch. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278:3191-3200.
Smith, M.D. and L.B. Crowder. 2011. Valuing ecosystem services and fishery rents: A
lumped-parameter approach to hypoxia in the Neuse River Estuary. Sustainability
3(11):2229-2267.
Gopnik, M., C. Fieseler, L. Cantral, K. McClellan, L. Pendleton, and L. Crowder. 2012.
Coming to the table: Early stakeholder engagement in marine spatial planning.
Marine Policy 36:1139-1149.
Klinger, D.H., M. Turnipseed, J.L. Anderson, F. Asche, L.B. Crowder, A.G. Guttormsen,
B.S. Halpern, M.I. O’Connor, R. Sagarin, K.A. Selkoe, G. Shester, M.D. Smith,
P. Tyedmers. 2012. Moving beyond the fished or farmed dichotomy. Marine
policy. http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1016/j.marpol.2012.06.015
Halpern, B.S., C. Longo, D. Hardy, K.L. McLeod, J.F. Samhouri, S.K. Katona, K.
Kleisner, S.E. Lester, J. O’Leary, M. Ranelletti, A.A. Rosenberg, C. Scarborough,
E.R. Selig, B.D. Best, D.R. Brumbaugh, F.S. Chapin III, L.B. Crowder, K.L. Daly,
S.C. Doney, C. Elfes, M.J. Fogarty, S.D. Gaines, K. Jacobsen, L.B. Karrer, H.M.
Leslie, E. Neeley, D. Pauly, S. Polasky, B. Ris, K. St. Martin, G.S. Stone, U.R.
Sumaila, and D. Zeller. 2012. An index to assess the health and benefits of the
global ocean. Nature DOI: 10.1038/nature11397
Hazen, E.L., S. Jorgensen, R.R. Rykaczewski, S. J. Bograd, D.G. Foley, I.D. Jonsen, S.A.
Shaffer, J.P. Dunne, D.P. Costa, L.B. Crowder, and B.A. Block. 2012. Predicted
habitat shifts of Pacific top predators in a changing climate. Nature Climate Change 3:
234-238 doi:10.1038/nclimate1686.
Kittinger, J. N., E. M. Finkbeiner, E. W. Glazier and L. B. Crowder. 2012. Human dimensions
of coral reef social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society 17 (4):17. [online] URL:
http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol17/iss4/art17/
Crowder, L.B. 2013. Focusing on the most critical questions in sea turtle conservation. State of
the World’s Sea Turtles. Volume 8.
Wallace, B.P., C.Y. Kot, A.D. DiMatteo, T. Lee, L.B. Crowder and R.L. Lewison. 2013.
Impacts of fisheries bycatch on marine turtle populations worldwide: Toward
conservation and research priorities. Ecosphere published online.
http://www.esajournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1890/ES12-00388.1
Peñaloza, C., O. Hernández, R. Espín, L.B. Crowder and G.R. Barreto. 2013. Harvest of
endangered sideneck river turtles (Podocnemis spp.) in the Middle Orinoco, Venezuela.
Copeia 2013 1:111-120.
Kittinger, J.N., E.M. Finkbeiner, N.C. Ban, K. Broad, M.H. Carr, J.E. Cinner, S. Gelcich, M.L.
Cornwell, J.Z. Koehn, X. Basurto, R. Fujita, M.R. Caldwell, and L.B. Crowder. 2013.
Emerging frontiers in social-ecological systems research for sustainability of smallscale fisheries. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. DOI:
10.1016/j.cosust.2013.1006.1008.
Foley, M.M., M.H. Armsby, E.E. Prahler, M.R. Caldwell, A.L. Erickson, J.N. Kittinger, L.B.
Crowder, and P.S. Levin. 2013. Improving ocean management through the use of
ecological principles and integrated ecosystem assessments. BioScience 63:619-631.
Books, Chapters and Symposia
Crowder, L.B. (ed.) 1977. Ecological Lab Experiences: An Ideas Forum. Department of
Zoology, Michigan State University, 200p.
Breck, J.E., L.B. Crowder and P.H. Crowley. 1977. Patch tracking: how ecological
disturbances influence the relative abundances of populations. pp. 107-125, In: L.B.
Crowder (ed.), above.
Crowder, L.B. 1978. On the evaluation of resource use and community structure. Ph.D.
Dissertation, Zoology, Michigan State University.
Cooper, W.E. and L.B. Crowder. 1979. Patterns of predation in simple and complex
environments. pp. 257-268, In: R.H. Stroud and H.E. Clepper (eds.) Predator-Prey
Systems in Fishery Management. Sport Fishing Institute, Washington, D.C.
Crowder, L.B. and W.E. Cooper. 1979. Structural complexity and fish-prey interactions in
ponds: a point of view. pp. 2-10, In: D.L. Johnson and R.A. Stein (eds.) Response of
Fish to Habitat Structure in Standing Water. North Central Division, American
Fisheries Society, Special Publication No. 6.
Crowder, L.B. and W.E. Cooper. 1979. The effects of macrophyte removal on the feeding
efficiency and growth of sunfishes: evidence from pond studies. pp. 251-268, In: J.E.
Breck, R.T. Prentki and O.L. Loucks (eds.) Aquatic Plants, Lake Management and
Ecosystem Consequences of Lake Harvesting. Institute for Environmental Studies,
University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Crowder, L.B. 1981. Cybernetics and fishery management. pp. 15-20, In: J.J. Magnuson (ed.)
Toward Future Fisheries Management: Some New Concepts for the 1980s. University
of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute, Madison.
Crowder, L.B. 1982. Species interactions and community structure of fishes in Lake Michigan.
pp. 151-157, In: G.M. Cailliet and C.A. Simenstad (eds.) Gutshop '81, Proceedings of
the Third Pacific Technical Workshop in Fish Food Habits Studies. Washington Sea
Grant, University of Washington, Seattle.
Crowder, L.B. and J.J. Magnuson. 1983. Cost-benefit analysis of temperature and food
resource use: a synthesis with examples from the fishes. pp. 189-221, In: W.P. Aspey
and S.I. Lustick (eds.) Behavioral Energetics: The Costs of Survival in Vertebrates.
Ohio State University Press, Columbus.
Magnuson, J.J. and L.B. Crowder. 1984. Species interactions in the dynamics of planktivorous
fish assemblages in Lake Michigan. pp. 779-788, In: G.D. Sharp and J. Csirke (eds.)
Proceedings of the Expert Consultation to Examine Changes in Abundance and
Species Composition of Neritic Fish Resources. San Jose, Costa Rica, 18-19 April
1983. FAO Fisheries Report 291 (Vol.3).
Crowder, L.B. 1984. What factors determine habitat use in fishes? pp. 385-397, In: B.J.
Copeland, K. Hart, N. Davis and S. Friday (eds.) Research for Managing the Nation's
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Estuaries: Proceedings of a Conference at Raleigh, North Carolina, March 13-15,
1984. University of North Carolina Sea Grant UNC-SG 84-08.
Crowder, L.B. 1985. Indicators of the status of coldwater predator-prey systems. pp. 99-106,
In: R. Eshenroder (ed.) Presented Papers from the Council of Lake Committees
Plenary Session on Great Lakes Predator-prey Issues, March 20, 1985. Great Lakes
Fish. Comm. Tech. Rep. 85-3.
Crowder, L.B., R.W. Drenner, W.C. Kerfoot, D.J. McQueen, E.L. Mills, U. Sommer, C.N.
Spencer and M.J. Vanni. 1988. Food web interactions in lakes. pp. 141-160, In: S.R.
Carpenter (ed.) Complex Interactions in Lake Communities. Springer-Verlag, New
York.
Crowder, L., R. Francis, E. Fritz, D. Hoss, J. Kitchell, R. Lasker, P. Ortner, K. Sherman and G.
Stauffer. 1989. Recruitment Fisheries Oceanography. Program Development Plan,
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Washington, D.C.
Barthouse, L., A. Bratkovich, M. Clarke, W. Conley, L. Crowder, D. Frazel, E. Fritz, D. Hoss,
D. Kendall, S. Killey, G. Kleppel, M. Murphy, J. Napp, D. Olson, P. Ortner, J.
Silberman and R. Taylor. 1989. Report of the working group on open-ocean pelagic
fisheries. pp. 13-20. In: G.S. Kleppel and W. Seaman, Jr. Fishery Recruitment in
Florida Waters: Toward a Predictive Capability. Florida Sea Grant College Program,
Technical Paper No. 57.
Crowder, L.B. 1990. Community ecology. pp. 607-629. In: C. Schreck and P.B. Moyle (eds.)
Methods in Fish Biology. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.
Heck, K.L. Jr. and L.B. Crowder. 1991. Habitat structure and predator-prey interactions in
vegetated aquatic systems. pp. 281-299. In: S.S. Bell, E.D. McCoy and H.R.
Mushinsky (eds.) Habitat Structure: The Physical Arrangement of Objects in Space.
Chapman and Hall, London.
Crowder, L.B., J.A. Rice, T.J. Miller and E.A. Marschall. 1992. Empirical and theoretical
approaches to size-based interactions and recruitment variability in fishes. pp. 237-255.
IN: D.L. DeAngelis and L.J. Gross (eds.). Individual-Based Models and Approaches in
Ecology: Populations, Communities and Ecosystems. Routledge, Chapman and Hall,
New York.
Atkinson, L., L. Crowder, M. Davidson, D. Johnson, L. Sautter. 1992. Southeast United States
Coast Workshop. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Coastal Ocean
Program, 93p.
Diamond, S.L. and L.B. Crowder. 1993. Population level implications of juvenile Atlantic
croaker mortality due to bycatch in trawl fisheries. pp. 148-151. In: L.L. Kline and H.
Speir (eds.). Proceedings of a workshop on spot (Leiostomus xanthurus) and Atlantic
croaker (Micropogonias undulatus). Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission
Special Report # 25.
Crowder, L.B., R.A. Wright, K.A. Rose, T.H. Martin and J.A. Rice. 1994. Direct and indirect
effects of southern flounder predation on a spot population: Experimental and model
analyses. pp. 61-77. In: D.J. Stouder, K.L. Fresh and R.J. Feller (eds.). Theory and
Application in Fish Feeding Ecology. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia,
SC.
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Crowder, L.B., D. Reagan and D.W. Freckman. 1996. Food-web dynamics and applied
problems. pp. 327-336. In: G.A. Polis and K.O. Winemiller (eds.) Food Webs:
Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. Chapman & Hall, New York.
Rice, J.A., L.B. Crowder and E.A. Marschall. 1997. Predation on juvenile fishes: Dynamic
interactions between size-structured predators and prey. pp. 333-356. In: R.C.
Chambers and E.A. Trippel (eds.) Early Life History and Recruitment in Fish
Populations. Chapman & Hall, New York.
Crowder, L.B. 1997. Ecosystem management: Boldly going where few managers have gone
before. pp. 107-109. In: W.J. Lindberg (Ed.). Florida Big Bend Coastal Research
Workshop: Toward a scientific basis for ecosystem management, Steinhatchee, FL,
May 7-8, 1997, Florida Sea Grant, Technical Paper 88.
Persson, L. and L.B. Crowder. 1998. Fish-habitat interactions mediated via ontogenetic niche
shifts. pp. 3-23. In: E. Jeppesen, Ma. Sondergaard, Mo. Sondergaard and K.
Christoffersen (eds.). The structuring role of submerged macrophytes in lakes.
Ecological Studies, Volume 131, Springer-Verlag, New York .
Crowder, L.B., E.W. McCollum and T.H. Martin. 1998. Changing perspectives on food web
interactions in lake littoral zones. pp. 240-249. In: E. Jeppesen, Ma. Sondergaard, Mo.
Sondergaard and K. Christoffersen (eds.). The structuring role of submerged
macrophytes in lakes. Ecological Studies, Volume 131, Springer-Verlag, New York.
Walton, H.P. and L.B. Crowder. 1998. Synthesizing science and policy to reduce the
probability of marine biological invasions due to ballast water discharge in the Port of
Morehead City, North Carolina. pp. 63-64. IN: J.T. Carlton and B.A. Holohan (eds.)
Ballast Research in the United States of America. Prepared for the ICES, IMO and IOC
Study Group on Ballast Water and Sediments and the IMO Working Group on Ballast
Water, March 1998.
Crowder, L.B., S.S. Heppell and E.A. Marschall. 1998. Development and use of matrix
models to evaluate alternative management approaches for restoring biological
populations. pp. 77-84. In: J.B. Waide and L.M. Gandy (eds.) Proceedings of a
workshop on aquatic ecosystem modeling and assessment techniques for application
within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Miscellaneous Paper EL-98-1, U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS.
Heppell, S.S., L.B. Crowder and T.R. Menzel. 1999. Life table analysis of long-lived marine
species with implications for conservation and management. Pages 137-148, IN: J.A.
Musick, (ed.) Life in the slow lane: Ecology and conservation of long-lived marine
animals. American Fisheries Society Symposium 23, Bethesda, MD.
Heppell, S.S., D.T. Crouse and L.B. Crowder. 2000. Using matrix models to focus research
and management efforts in conservation. pp. 148-168. In: S. Ferson and M. Burgman
(eds.) Quantitative Methods for Conservation Biology. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
Craig, J.K. and L.B. Crowder. 2000. Factors influencing habitat selection in fishes with a
review of marsh ecosystems. pp. 241-266. In: M.P. Weinstein and D.A. Kreeger (eds.)
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Concepts and controversies in tidal salt marsh ecology. Kluwer Academic Publishers,
Dordecht.
Craig, J.K., L.B. Crowder, C.D. Gray, C.J. McDaniel, T.A. Henwood and J.G. Hanifen. 2001.
Ecological effects of hypoxia on fish, sea turtles and marine mammals in the
Northwestern Gulf of Mexico. pp.269-291. In: Nancy N. Rabalais and R. Eugene
Turner (eds.), Coastal Hypoxia: Consequences for Living Resources and Ecosystems.
Coastal and Estuarine Studies 58, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C.
Marsh, J. and L. Crowder. 2002. Reducing sea turtle damage to crab pots using a low-profile
pot design in Core Sound, NC. Converging Currents: Science, Culture and Policy at
the Coast. Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Conference, Galveston Island,
TX, May 19-22, 2002.
Paine, R.T., D.W. Bromley, M.A. Castellini, L.B. Crowder, J.A. Estes, J.M. Grebmeier,
F.M.D. Gulland, G.H. Kruse, N.J. Mantua, J.D. Schumacher, D.B. Siniff and C.J.
Walters, 2002. Decline of the Steller Sea Lion in Alaskan Waters: Untangling food
webs and fishing nets. Ocean Studies Board and Polar Research Board, National
Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.
Heppell, S.S., M.J. Snover and L.B. Crowder. 2003. Sea turtle population ecology. Pp. 275306. In: P.L. Lutz, J.A. Musick and J.Wyneken (eds.) Biology of Sea Turtles, Volume
II. CRC Press, Boca Raton.
Heppell, S.S., L.B. Crowder, D.T. Crouse, S.P. Epperly and N.B. Frazer. 2003. Population
models of Atlantic loggerheads: Past, present, and future. Pp.255-273, IN: A.B. Bolton
and B.E. Witherington (eds.) Loggerhead Sea Turtles. Smithsonian Institution Press,
Washington, DC.
Norse, E.A. and L.B. Crowder (eds.) 2005. Marine Conservation Biology: The Science of
Maintaining the Sea’s Biodiversity. Island Press, Washington, DC. 470 pp.
Norse, E.A. and L.B. Crowder. 2005. Why marine conservation biology? Pp. 1-18, IN: Norse,
E.A. and L.B. Crowder (eds.) 2005. Marine Conservation Biology: The Science of
Maintaining the Sea’s Biodiversity. Island Press, Washington, DC..
Crowder, L.B. 2005. Back to the future in marine conservation. Pp. 19-29, IN: Norse, E.A. and
L.B. Crowder (eds.) 2005. Marine Conservation Biology: The Science of Maintaining
the Sea’s Biodiversity. Island Press, Washington, DC.
Crowder, L.B, and E.A. Norse. 2005. Marine populations: The basics. Pp. 31-32, IN: Norse,
E.A. and L.B. Crowder (eds.) 2005. Marine Conservation Biology: The Science of
Maintaining the Sea’s Biodiversity. Island Press, Washington, DC.
Norse, E.A. and L.B. Crowder. 2005. Threats to marine biological diversity. Pp. 105-107, IN:
Norse, E.A. and L.B. Crowder (eds.) 2005. Marine Conservation Biology: The Science
of Maintaining the Sea’s Biodiversity. Island Press, Washington, DC.
Crowder, L.B, and E.A. Norse. 2005. The greatest threat: Fisheries. Pp. 183-184, IN: Norse,
E.A. and L.B. Crowder (eds.) 2005. Marine Conservation Biology: The Science of
Maintaining the Sea’s Biodiversity. Island Press, Washington, DC.
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Heppell, S.S., S.A. Heppell, A.J. Read and L.B. Crowder. 2005. Effects of fishing on longlived marine organisms. Pp. 211-231, In: Norse, E.A. and L.B. Crowder (eds.) 2005.
Marine Conservation Biology: The Science of Maintaining the Sea’s Biodiversity.
Island Press, Washington, DC.
Crowder, L.B, and E.A. Norse. 2005. Place-based management in marine ecosystems. Pp. 261263, IN: Norse, E.A. and L.B. Crowder (eds.) 2005. Marine Conservation Biology: The
Science of Maintaining the Sea’s Biodiversity. Island Press, Washington, DC.
Norse, E.A., L.B. Crowder, K. Gjerde, D. Hyrenbach, C.M. Roberts, C. Safina and M.E.
Soule. 2005. Place-based ecosystem management in the open ocean. Pp. 302-327, IN:
Norse, E.A. and L.B. Crowder (eds.) 2005. Marine Conservation Biology: The Science
of Maintaining the Sea’s Biodiversity. Island Press, Washington, DC.
Lipcius, R.N., L.B. Crowder and L.E. Morgan. 2005. Metapopulation structure and marine
reserves. Pp. 328-345, IN: Norse, E.A. and L.B. Crowder (eds.) 2005. Marine
Conservation Biology: The Science of Maintaining the Sea’s Biodiversity. Island Press,
Washington, DC.
Norse, E.A. and L.B. Crowder. 2005. Human dimensions. Pp. 347-349, IN: Norse, E.A. and
L.B. Crowder (eds.) 2005. Marine Conservation Biology: The Science of Maintaining
the Sea’s Biodiversity. Island Press, Washington, DC.
Magnuson, J.J., J.H. Cowan, L.B. Crowder, D.G. Dallmeyer, R. B. Deriso, R.T. Paine, A.M.
Parma, A.A. Rosenberg and J.E. Wilen. 2006. Dynamic changes in marine
ecosystems: Fishing, food webs, and future options. Ocean Studies Board, National
Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.
Crowder, L.B. and W.F. Figueira. 2006. Metapopulation ecology and marine conservation.
Ch. 15, Pp. 491-516, In: J.P. Kritzer and P.F. Sale (eds.) 2006. Marine
Metapopulations. Academic Press, New York.
Snover, M.L., A.A. Hohn, L.B. Crowder and S.S. Heppell. 2007. Age and growth in Kemp’s
ridley sea turtles: Evidence from mark recapture and skeletochronology. Pp. 89-106,
In: P. Plotkin (Ed.) Biology and Conservation of Ridley Sea Turtles. Johns Hopkins
University Press, Baltimore.
Read, A.J., L.B. Crowder, T.M. Cox, P. Halpin, R. Lewison, W. J. Nichols & C. Safina. 2007.
Project GloBAL: Tackling the global problem of fisheries by-catch. International
Whaling Commission working paper SC/59/BC5.
Bjorkland, R., L.B. Crowder, K. Eckert, N. Saladin, D. Dunn, L. Lester, S. Eckert, and A.
Long. 2007. A summary review of the wider Caribbean fisheries and their relationships
to sea turtles, marine mammals and seabirds. Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean
Fisheries Institute 59:391-393.
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Bolton, A.B., L.B. Crowder, M.G. Dodd, S.L. McPherson, J.A. Musick, B.A. Schroeder, B.E.
Witherington and K.J. Long. 2009. Recovery plan for the North Atlantic population of
the loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) Second Revision. National Marine Fisheries
Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Silver Spring, MD.
Shackeroff, J.S., E.L. Hazen and L.B. Crowder. 2009. The oceans as peopled seascapes. In:
K.L. McLeod and H. Leslie (eds.) pp.33-54, In: Ecosystem-based Management for the
Oceans. Island Press, Washington, DC.
Bjorndal, K,A., B.W. Bowen, M. Chaloupka, L.B. Crowder, S.S. Heppell, C.M. Jones, M.E.
Lutcavage, A.R. Solow and B.E. Witherington. 2010. Assessment of Sea Turtle Status
and Trends: Integrating Demography and Abundance. National Research Council,
Ocean Studies Board, Washington, DC, 162p.
Caldwell, M., X. Basurto, A. Chiu, L. Crowder, R. Fujita, P. Kareiva, S. Palumbi, W. Smith,
M. Weber, and T. Hayden. 2011. Ocean conservation strategies and the next decade of
marine conservation philanthropy. White paper for the trustees of the David and Lucile
Packard Foundation.
Hazen, E.L. and L.B. Crowder. 2012. Fisheries ecology. Pp. 280-287, In:Alan Hastings and
Louis Gross (eds.). Sourcebook in Theoretical Ecology. University of California Press.
Beaudoin, Y. L. Pendleton and 29 co-authors. 2012. Why value the oceans: A discussion
paper. United Nations Environment Program-The Economics of Ecosystems and
Biodiversity (UNEP-TEEB), 33pp.
Sohn, A. and L.B. Crowder. 2013. Sustainable fisheries and seas: Necessary steps to prevent
ecological collapse. In State of the World 2013.
Crowder, L.B. 2013. Saving sea turtles: Extraordinary stories from the battle against
extinction. Book review: Quarterly Review of Biology 88:148-149.
Ruckelshaus, M.H., P.M. Kareiva and L.B. Crowder. 2013. The future of marine conservation
and management. PP. 000-000, In: M. Bertness, J. Bruno, B. Silliman and
J. Stachowicz (eds.). Marine Community Ecology and Conservation., Sinauer, New
York (In press).
Ferretti, F., L.B.Crowder and F. Micheli. 2013. Reconstructing baselines of animal
populations. Mastering the count of apples and oranges. PP. 000-000, In: Kittinger JN,
McClenachan LE, Gedan KB, and Blight LK, (eds.). Marine Historical Ecology in
Conservation: Applying the Past to Manage for the Future. University of California
Press, Berkeley, CA.
Popular Articles/Media
Crowder, Larry and Todd Miller. 1999. Troubled waters: Floyd’s flood hurt Pamlico Sound
too. The News and Observer, Sunday November 28,1999.
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Crowder, Larry. 2000. Saving the leatherbacks. Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service, May 10,
2000.
Crowder, Larry and Todd Miller. 2000. Troubled waters: Floyd’s flood hurt Pamlico Sound
too. pp.66-70, In: E.W. Rickert (ed.) Eye of the Storm: Essays in the aftermath. Coastal
Carolina Press, Wilmington, NC 28403.
Crowder, Larry. 2006. Healthcare for the oceans. The LA Times, Sunday August 6, 2006.
Roberts, Santi, Larry Crowder, Michael Sutton and Cindy Walter. 2006. Keep area closed for
turtle’s sake. The Monterey Herald, Sunday October 15, 2006.
Research-related stories have appeared in Science, Nature.com, The Economist, Newsweek,
Audubon, National Geographic, Science News, Science Daily, New Scientist,
Associated Press, BBC News, BioMedNet, BBC Morning News, National Public
Radio, CNN, Smithsonian, National Geographic.com, The Why Files, Earth Island
Journal, New York Times, New York Daily News, Washington Post, Los Angeles
Times, Christian Science Monitor, Seattle Times, USA Today, The Guardian, The
Ottawa Citizen, Coastwatch, Miami Herald, Duke Magazine, Duke Research, Duke
Environment, Faultlines, Raleigh News and Observer, Charlotte Observer, The
Mercury News (San Jose), Wilmington Star, New Bern Sun, Carteret News-Times and
several local television stations. Scientific American covered my work on Marine
Spatial Planning in their issue on World Changing Ideas (December 2009).
Technical Reports
Hoss, D.E., P. Ortner and L.B. Crowder. 1992. SABRE Annual Progress Report. July 1992,
29p.
Crowder, L.B., D.E. Hoss and P.B. Ortner. 1993. Report of the first SABRE Principal
Investigators' annual meeting, October 1992. South Atlantic Bight Recruitment
Experiment, March 1993, 48 p.
Eckert, S.A., D.T. Crouse, L.B. Crowder, M. Maceina and A. Shah. 1994. Review of the
Kemp's ridley sea turtle headstart experiment. Report to the National Marine Fisheries
Service, based on a workshop at Galveston, Texas, 22-23 September 1992. NOAA
Technical Memorandum NMFS-OPR-3, 11p.
Crowder, L.B., D.E. Hoss and P.B. Ortner. 1994. Report of the second SABRE Principal
Investigators' annual meeting, December 1993. South Atlantic Bight Recruitment
Experiment, January 1994, 68 pp.
Royle, J.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1994. Analyses of loggerhead turtle strandings from South
Carolina and estimation of the effect of turtle-excluder device use in shrimp nets.
Technical Report No. 13, National Institute for Statistical Science, Research Triangle
Park, NC 27709. 45p.
Crowder, L.B., S.R. Hopkins-Murphy and J.A. Royle. 1994. The effect of turtle-excluder
devices on loggerhead sea turtle strandings in South Carolina. Proceedings of the 14th
Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, NOAA Technical
Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-351: 32-33.
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Heppell, S.S. and L.B. Crowder. 1994. Analysis of a fisheries model for hawksbill harvest in
Cuba. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and
Conservation, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-351: 53-54.
Crouse, D.T., C.J. Limpus, N.B. Frazer, S.S. Heppell and L.B. Crowder. 1995. A stage-based
population model for Australian loggerhead sea turtles. Proceedings of the 12th Annual
Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, NOAA Technical Memorandum
NMFS-SEFSC-361:25.
Van Buskirk, J. and L.B. Crowder. 1995. Life history variation in marine turtles. Proceedings
of the 12th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, NOAA
Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-361:251.
Heppell, S.S., L.B. Crowder and J. Priddy. 1995. Evaluation of a fisheries model for the
harvest of hawksbill sea turtles, Eretmochelys imbricata, in Cuba. NOAA Technical
Memorandum NMFS-OPR-5, Washington, DC, 48 p.
Roberts, C., W.J. Ballentine, C.D. Buxton, P. Dayton, L.B. Crowder, W. Milon, M.K. Orbach,
D. Pauly, and J. Trexler. 1995. Review of the use of marine fishery reserves in the
U.S. Southeastern Atlantic. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-376,
Miami, Florida 31 p.
Crowder, L.B., P.B. Ortner, D.E. Hoss and F.E. Werner. 1996. Annual Report of the SABRE
PIs meeting, October 1995. South Atlantic Bight Recruitment Experiment, January
1996, 114p.
Turtle Expert Working Group.1998. An assessment of the Kemp's ridley (Lepidochelys
kempii) and loggerhead (Caretta caretta) sea turtle populations in the western North
Atlantic. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-409. 96pp.
Crowder, L.B., J.A. Priddy and J.R. Walters. 1998. Demographic isolation of red-cockaded
woodpecker groups: A model analysis. Project Final Report, USFWS, RCW Field
Office, Clemson University, Clemson, SC.
Callicott, J.B., Crossman, E.J., Crowder, L.B., Cudmore, B., Eby, L.A., and K.G. Mumford.
1998. Proceedings, Great Lakes Fishery Commission Biodiversity Workshop for
Citizens. April 22-24, 1998, Ann Arbor, MI. Great Lakes Fishery Commission. 64pp.
Eby, L., L. Crowder and C. McClellan. 1998. Coordinated Modeling and Monitoring Program
for the Neuse River Estuary. Project Final Report, Water Resources Research Institute,
North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
McDaniel, C.J., L.B. Crowder and J.A. Priddy. 2000. A spatial analysis of sea turtle
abundance and shrimping intensity in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. Proceedings of the 19th
Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation. NOAA Tech. Memo.
NMFS-SEFSC-443: 65.
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Crowder, L.B., J.A. Priddy and J.R. Walters. 2000. Dynamics of red-cockaded woodpecker
populations at Eglin Air Force Base, Blackwater State Forest and Conecuh National
Forest: A model analysis. Project Final Report.
Eby, L., L. Crowder, and C. McClellan. 2000. Neuse River Estuary Modeling and Monitoring
Project Stage 1: Effects of Water Quality on Distribution and Composition of the Fish
Community. Report 325C of The University of North Carolina Water Resources
Research Institute. Raleigh, NC, 31 pp.
Turtle Expert Working Group. 2000. Assessment update for the Kemp's ridley and loggerhead
sea turtle populations in the western North Atlantic. NOAA Technical Memorandum
NMFS-SEFSC-444. 115pp.
Epperly, S.P., M.L.Snover, J. Braun-McNeill, W.N. Witzell, Craig A. Brown, L.A. Csuzdi,
W.G. Teas, L.B. Crowder and R.A. Myers. 2001. Stock Assessment of loggerhead sea
turtles of the western North Atlantic. pp. 3-61, IN:NMFS Southeast Fisheries Science
Center NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-SEFSC-455.
Epperly, S.P., M.L. Snover and L.B. Crowder. 2001. Impact of the pelagic longline fishery on
loggerhead sea turtles. pp. 170-200, IN:NMFS Southeast Fisheries Science Center
NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-SEFSC-455.
Walters, J.R., T.B. Taylor, S.J. Daniels, L.B. Crowder and J.A. Priddy. 2001. Current and
future dynamics of the red-cockaded woopecker population inhabiting the Savannah
River Environmental Research Park: Managing for population growth. Project Final
Report, The USDA Forest Service, Savannah River Natural Resources Management
Institute.
Crowder, L.B. and R.A. Myers. 2001. A comprehensive study of the ecological impacts of the
worldwide pelagic longline industry. First Annual Report, The Pew Charitable Trusts,
Philadelphia.
Crowder, L., C. McClellan, L. Eby, K. Barnas, P. Gillikin, and G. Rilov. 2002. Evaluating the
effects if coastal hurricanes on water quality, habitat, and fisheries in the Neuse River
and Pamilco Sound. NCDENR Final Report, 59p.
Crowder, L.B. 2003. Reversing the decline of sea turtles: Insights from life-history population
models. Pp. 93-98. In: N. Valette-Silver and D. Scavia (eds.) Ecological Forecasting:
New tools for coastal and marine ecosystem management, NOAA Technical
Memorandum NOS NCCOS 1.
Cooper, B., D. Hayes, S. Macinko, C. Davis, L. Crowder, and B. Robinson. 2004. Groundfish
Program Review, National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science
Center, 50pp.
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Crowder, L.B. and R.A. Myers. 2004. A comprehensive study of the ecological impacts of the
worldwide pelagic longline industry. Final Report, The Pew Charitable Trusts,
Philadelphia.
Dutton, P, and 24 others, Bellagio Conference on Sea Turtles. 2004. What can be done to
restore Pacific turtle populations? The Bellagio Blueprint for Action on Pacific Sea
Turtles, 24 p.
Coleman, F.C., W.F. Figueira, J.S. Ueland, and L.B. Crowder. 2004. Marine fisheries of the
United States: Tracking recreational and commercial landings since Magnuson. A
report to the Pew Charitable Trusts, Philadelphia, 90pp.
Cantral, L., D. Christie, L. Crowder, J. Eagle, K. Fletcher, S. Hanna, D. Keeley, C. Russell, A.
Mace, M. Orbach, T. Profeta, S. Roady, and A. Rosenberg. 2006. Pathway to ocean
ecosystem-based management: Design principles for regional ocean governance in the
United States. Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Duke University,
19pp.
Lewison, R and L. Crowder. 2009. Assessing effort and bycatch in small-scale coastal
fisheries: Results from Jamaica, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Cameroon, and Nigeria.
Pp.26, IN:Gilman, E. (Ed.) Proceedings of the Technical Workshop on Mitigating Sea
Turtle Bycatch in Coastal Net Fisheries. 20-22 January 2009, Honolulu.
Crowder, L.B. and the Project GloBAL team. 2009. Project GloBAL Final Report to the
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, August.
Cooke, J., M. Bode, C. Clark, L. Crowder, J. Green, L. Loseto, M. Mangel, W. Munns, J.J.
Ramasco, R. Reeves, W.H. Satterthwaite, R. Suydam, B. Taylor, L. Weilgart, and A.J.
Wright. 2009. Modeling the population effects of cumulative impacts. Pp. 19-26, In:
Report of the Workshop on Assessing Cumulative Impacts of Underwater Noise with
other Anthropogenic Stressors on Marine Mammals: From Ideas to Action, Asilomar,
September.
Caldwell, M., L. Crowder, R. Fujita, E. Norse, L. Pendleton and M. Weber. 2009. Comments
on the Interim Report of the Interagency Ocean Policy Task Force October 2009, 2p.
Caldwell, M., L. Crowder, C. Ehler, L. Pendleton and M. Weber. 2009. Guiding principles for
integrated ocean policy and marine spatial planning. Submitted to the Interagency
Ocean Policy Task Force, November 2009, 5p.
Caldwell, M., L. Crowder, C. Ehler, L. Pendleton and M. Weber. 2009. Institutional
arrangements for regional marine spatial planning. Submitted to the Interagency Ocean
Policy Task Force, November 2009, 4p.
Caldwell, M., L. Crowder, C. Ehler, E. Norse, L. Pendleton and M. Weber. 2010. Key
considerations for establishing a framework for effective marine spatial planning in the
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United States. Submitted to the Interagency Ocean Policy Task Force, February 2010,
6p.
Turnipseed, M., J. Berkman, M. Blumm, L. Crowder, K. Gjerde, R. Longest, G. Osherenko, P.
Parenteau, S. Roady, R. Sagarin, P. Sand, and M. Wood. 2012. The Public Trust
Doctrine and Rio+20, January 2012, 7p.
Kittinger, J.N., D.S. Kittinger, E. Hartge, & L.B. Crowder. 2013. Coastal Resource Use and
Food Security in Hawaiian Communities. Final Report to Conservation International’s
Hawai‘i Fish Trust, May 2013.
Molina-Bustamante, C. and L.B. Crowder. 2013. Marine Diagnostic of the Osa Golfito
Region. Woods Institute, Stanford University.
PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS AND PRESENTATIONS
Crowder, L.B., P.H. Crowley and E.D. Goodman. 1977. A generalized population model for
spatially and developmentally distributed aquatic insects. American Society of
Limnology and Oceanography, East Lansing, MI, June.
Crowder, L.B. 1977. Ecological convergence of community structure: a neutral model
analysis. Ecological Society of America, East Lansing, MI, August.
Crowder, L.B. and W.E. Cooper. 1978. Structural complexity and the growth of bluegill
sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus) in experimental ponds. Invited paper, 40th Midwest
Fish and Wildlife Conference, Columbus, OH, December.
Crowder, L.B. and W.E. Cooper. 1979. The effects of macrophyte harvesting on the feeding
efficiency and growth of sunfishes. Invited paper, Institute for Environmental Studies,
University of Wisconsin-Madison, February.
Crowder, L.B. 1979. The influence of natural and artificial structures on the feeding of fishes.
Invited paper, Wisconsin Chapter, American Fisheries Society, Stevens Point, WI,
January.
Crowder, L.B. and J.J. Magnuson. 1980. Thermal habitat shifts in Lake Michigan fishes.
Wisconsin Chapter, American Fisheries Society, Milwaukee, WI, January.
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Crowder, L.B., J.J. Magnuson and S.B. Brandt. 1980. Thermal habitat shifts in Lake Michigan
fishes. International Association for Great Lakes Research, Kingston, Ontario, Canada,
May.
Crowder, L.B. 1980. Resource use dynamics and species interactions among exotic and native
fishes. Invited paper, Workshop of Lake Michigan Salmonid Predator-Prey Systems,
Great Lakes Fishery Laboratory, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ann Arbor, MI,
November.
Crowder, L.B., J.J. Magnuson and S.B. Brandt. 1980. Resource use dynamics and species
interactions among exotic and native fishes in Lake Michigan. American Society of
Zoologists, Seattle, WA, December.
Crowder, L.B. 1981. Cybernetics and fishery management: what must we know to rigorously
control fish communities? Invited paper, Great Lakes Fisheries Meeting, University of
Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute, Madison, WI, January.
Gitter, M.J. and L.B. Crowder. 1981. Species distributions of Lake Michigan zooplankton with
respect to depth and thermal structure. American Society of Limnology and
Oceanography, Milwaukee, WI, June.
Crowder, L.B. 1981. Habitat or hideout: the efficacy of vegetation as a refuge for aquatic
invertebrates. Ecological Society of America, Bloomington, IN, August.
Crowder, L.B. 1981. Species interactions and community structure of fishes: the Lake
Michigan experience. Gutshop '81: Fish Food Habits Workshop. Moss Landing Marine
Laboratories, California State Universities and Fisheries Research Institute, University
of Washington, Pacific Grove, CA, December.
Crowder, L.B. 1982. Species interactions and community structure of planktivorous fishes in
Lake Michigan. Invited paper, Ecological Society of America, University Park, PA,
August.
Crowder, L.B. 1982. Costs and benefits of temperature and food resource use in fishes. Invited
paper, American Fisheries Society, Hilton Head, SC, September.
Crowder, L.B. 1983. Optimal foraging and feeding mode shifts in fishes. Ecological Society of
America, Grand Forks, ND, August.
Crowder, L.B. 1983. Competition between alewife and a native cisco in Lake Michigan.
Invited paper, American Fisheries Society, Milwaukee, WI, August.
Geffen, A.J., R.D.M Nash, J.J. Magnuson and L.B. Crowder. 1983. Depth distribution of fish
larvae off Grand Haven, Michigan: opportunities for species interactions. American
Fisheries Society, Milwaukee, WI, August.
Rice, J.A., L.B. Crowder and F.P. Binkowski. 1984. Determination of the type and reliability
of information stored in the otoliths of larval bloater (Coregonus hoyi). International
Symposium on the Early life History of Fishes, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, May.
Geffen, A.J., R.D.M. Nash and L.B. Crowder. 1984. A comparison of the offshore
ichthyoplankton and zooplankton communities of eastern and western Lake Michigan.
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International Symposium on the Early Life History of Fishes, Vancouver, B.C.,
Canada, May.
Rice, J.A., L.B. Crowder and F.P. Binkowski. 1984. Evaluating potential sources of mortality
for larval bloater: starvation vs. predation. American Fisheries Society, Ithaca, NY,
August.
Crowder, L.B. 1984. Ecological and morphological shifts in Lake Michigan fishes: glimpses of
the ghost of competition past. Gutshop '84: Fourth Workshop on Fish Food Habits.
Fisheries Research Institute, University of Washington, Moss Landing Marine
Laboratories, California State Universities and Washington Sea Grant, Pacific Grove,
CA, December.
Crowder, L.B. and J.F. Kitchell. 1984. Predator-prey interactions in Lake Michigan: model
predictions and recent dynamics. Gutshop '84: Fourth Workshop on Fish Food Habits.
Fisheries Research Institute, University of Washington, Moss Landing Marine
Laboratories, California State Universities and Washington Sea Grant, Pacific Grove,
CA, December.
Crowder, L.B. 1985. Indicators of the status of cold-water predator-prey systems. Invited
paper, Council of Lake Committees Plenary Session, Great Lakes Fishery Commission,
Ann Arbor, MI, March.
Brandt, S.B. and L.B. Crowder. 1985. An ecological perspective on historic and current
dynamics in Great Lakes fish communities. Invited paper, International Association for
Great Lakes Research, Milwaukee, WI, June.
McDonald, M.E., L.B. Crowder and J.J. Magnuson. 1985. Density changes in Lake Michigan
forage fish populations during an alewife decline. International Association for Great
Lakes Research, Milwaukee, WI, June.
Crowder, L.B. 1985. Ecological and morphological shifts in Lake Michigan fishes: glimpses of
the ghost of competition past. Ecological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, June.
McDonald, M.E., L.B. Crowder and J.J. Magnuson. 1985. Nearshore community dynamics in
Lake Michigan during an alewife decline. American Society of Limnology and
Oceanography, Minneapolis, MN, June.
Rice, J.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1985. Mechanisms regulating survival of larval bloater in Lake
Michigan. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Minneapolis, MN,
June.
Crowder, L.B., M.E. McDonald and J.A. Rice. 1985. Understanding recruitment of Lake
Michigan fishes: the importance of size-based interactions, ontogenetic bottlenecks and
zooplankton community composition. Invited paper, International Symposium of Stock
Assessment and Yield Prediction, Great Lakes Fishery Commission, Quetico, Ontario,
Canada, August.
McDonald, M.E., L.B. Crowder and J.J. Magnuson. 1985. Size-based interactions among Lake
Michigan forage fishes. American Fisheries Society, Sun Valley, ID, September.
Rice, J.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1985. Mechanisms regulating survival of larval bloater in Lake
Michigan. American Fisheries Society, Sun Valley, ID, September.
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Crowder, L.B. 1985. Species interactions among planktivorous fishes. Invited paper, Food
Web Workshop, Ecological Considerations Committee, International Joint
Commission, Ann Arbor, MI, December.
Crowder, L.B., J.A. Rice, E.A. Marschall and T.J. Miller. 1986. Larval size and recruitment
constraints in pelagic fishes: larval bloaters don't fit the northern anchovy "model".
Invited paper, 10th Annual Larval Fish Conference, American Fisheries Society,
Miami, FL, May.
Crowder, L.B. and K.L. Heck, Jr. 1986. Predator-prey interactions in vegetated aquatic
ecosystems. Invited paper, Ecological Society of America, Syracuse, NY, August.
Crowder, L.B. 1986. Habitat or hideout? Littoral vegetation as a refuge for prey. Invited paper,
American Fisheries Society, Providence, RI, September.
Rice, J.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1986. An integrated laboratory-field approach to understanding
recruitment of Lake Michigan bloater. Invited paper, American Fisheries Society,
Providence, RI, September.
Crouse, D.T. and L.B. Crowder. 1987. A stage-based population model for loggerhead sea
turtles and implications for conservation. Association of Southeastern Biologists,
Athens, GA, April.
Wildhaber, M.L. and L.B. Crowder. 1987. Optimal foraging in fish: How bluegills assess and
respond to differences in food availability. Ecological Society of America, Columbus,
OH, August.
Luecke, C., J.A. Rice, S. Yeo and L.B. Crowder. 1987. Vulnerability of juvenile fish to
piscivores: Importance of prey growth rates and escape behavior. Ecological Society of
America, Columbus, OH, August.
Crowder, L.B. 1987. Ontogenetic niches in fish communities. Invited paper, American
Fisheries Society, Winston-Salem, NC, September.
Martin, T.H., L.B. Crowder and C. Dumas. 1988. The effects of sunfish on submersed
macrophytes in Bays Mountain Lake: Evidence of trophic cascading. North American
Benthological Society, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, May.
Heck, K.L. Jr. and L.B. Crowder. 1988. Habitat structure and predator-prey interactions in
vegetated aquatic systems. Invited paper, International Symposium on Habitat
Complexity: The Physical Arrangement of Objects in Space. Chinsegut Hill, University
of South Florida, Tampa, FL, May.
Miller, T.J., L.B. Crowder and F.P. Binkowski. 1988. Zooplankton size and the development
of size selectivity as factors in regulating recruitment of bloaters. 12th Annual Larval
Fish Conference, American Fisheries Society, Ann Arbor, MI, June.
Wildhaber, M.L. and L.B. Crowder. 1988. The use of memory and matching in patch choice
by bluegills. Animal Behavior Society, Missoula, MT, August.
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Johnson, D.M., P.H. Crowley and L.B. Crowder. 1988. An experimental approach to
unraveling complex interactions in a freshwater littoral community. Ecological Society
of America, Davis, CA, August.
Martin, T.H. and L.B. Crowder. 1988. Direct and indirect effects of fish predation on the
benthos of Bays Mountain Lake, TN. Invited paper, Ecological Society of America,
Davis, CA, August.
Wildhaber, M.L. and L.B. Crowder. 1988. Bluegill foraging strategies: continuously updated
giving-up times seem to be the rule. Ecological Society of America, Davis, CA,
August.
Wright, R.A., T.H. Martin and L.B. Crowder. 1988. Interactions between predators-- effects on
a marine soft-sediment prey assemblage. Ecological Society of America, Davis, CA,
August.
Wildhaber, M.L. and L.B. Crowder. 1988. Bluegill responses to food availability and
temperature: Testing a bioenergetics-based habitat choice model. American Fisheries
Society, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, September.
Miller, T.J., L.B. Crowder, J.A. Rice and E.A. Marschall. 1988. Larval size and recruitment
mechanisms. Poster presented at ICES symposium in the early life history of fish,
Bergen, Norway, October.
Crowder, L.B. and R.C. Francis. 1988. New approaches to recruitment dynamics in fishes.
Invited paper, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, San Francisco, CA,
December.
Crowder, L.B. 1989. Unifying concepts in recruitment. Plenary talk, Fishery Recruitment in
Florida Waters, Toward a Predictive Capability, Florida Sea Grant and Florida AFS,
Live Oak, FL, February.
Rice, J.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1989. Implications of size-dependent interactions for Great
Lakes limnology and trophic dynamics. Invited paper, workshop on Interactions of
Limnological and Fisheries Research, Ann Arbor, MI, April.
McDonald, M., J.H. Selgeby, L.B. Crowder and S.B. Brandt. 1989. Forage fish dynamics in
Lake Michigan, Superior and Ontario: patterns and processes. Invited paper,
International Association for Great Lakes Research, Madison, WI, May.
Rice, J.A., D.E. DeAngelis, T.J. Miller, K.A. Rose, A.S. Trebitz and L.B. Crowder. 1989.
Growth rate variation and larval survival: Implications of a size-dependent model.
American Fisheries Society, Anchorage, Alaska, September.
Crowder, L.B., T.J. Miller and J.A. Rice. 1990. Size-based models of larval fish recruitment:
Some fish are more equal than others. Invited paper, Fishery Oceanography Modelling
Workshop, Fisheries-Oceanography Coordinated Investigations, PMEL, NMFS
(NOAA), Seattle, WA, February.
Crowder, L.B., J.A. Rice and T.J. Miller. 1990. Empirical and theoretical approaches to sizebased interactions with emphasis on recruitment. Overview presentation, Symposium
on Populations, Communities and Ecosystems: An Individual Approach, sponsored by
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University of Tennessee, EPRI and Oak Ridge National Laboratories, Knoxville, TN,
May.
Miller, T.J., J.A. Rice and L.B. Crowder. 1990. Effects of fish hatching size and predator size
on cohort survival and characteristics of survivors. Ecological Society of America,
Snowbird, Utah, August.
Miller, T.J. and L.B. Crowder. 1990. Size-based effects on foraging ability in young fish and
its implications for recruitment. Invited paper, American Fisheries Society, Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, August.
Crowder, L.B. 1990. Evolving priorities for research in support of coastal fishery resources.
Invited paper. The Coastal Society, San Antonio, October.
Crowder, L.B. 1990. The South Atlantic Bight Recruitment Experiment (SABRE) and its
potential linkages to COMPMECH. Invited paper, Bay Anchovy Workshop, Cosponsored EPRI and NOAA, New Hill, North Carolina, November.
Marschall, E.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1991. Early life history of a stream fish: Projected
population responses to sublethal acidity levels. Contributed paper, Ecological Society
of America, San Antonio, August.
Rice, J.A., L.B. Crowder, E.A. Marschall, G.R. Fitzhugh, D.L. Barker and M.K. Crawford.
1991. Size-dependent survival of juvenile fish cohorts exposed to different predator
fields: An experimental test of model predictions. Invited paper, American Fisheries
Society, San Antonio, September.
Miller, T.J., L.B. Crowder and J.A. Rice. 1992. Implications of individual variability on year
class strength and the characteristics of survivors. Invited paper, Canadian Conference
for Fisheries Research, Dalhousie University, Halifax, January.
Crowder, L.B. 1992. Mechanisms underlying recruitment variation in freshwater and marine
fishes. Invited paper, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Aquatic
Sciences Meeting, Santa Fe, February.
Crouse, D.T., C.J. Limpus, N.B. Frazer, S.S. Heppell and L.B. Crowder. 1992. A stage-based
population model for Australian loggerhead sea turtles. Invited paper, 1992 Sea Turtle
Symposium, Jekyll Island, GA, February.
Crowder, L.B., D.T. Crouse, S.S. Heppell and T.H. Martin. 1992. Turtles, TEDs and trawl
fisheries: Implications from a population model for loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta
caretta). Contributed paper, 1992 Sea Turtle Symposium, Jekyll Island, GA, February.
Van Buskirk, J. and L.B. Crowder. 1992. The evolution of life history variation in marine
turtles. Contributed paper, 1992 Sea Turtle Symposium, Jekyll Island, GA, February.
Wildhaber, M.L. and L.B. Crowder. 1992. Temperature effects on habitat selection. Invited
paper, Symposium on the Ecological and Evolutionary Ethology of Fishes, Durham,
New Hampshire, June.
Crowder, L.B., J.A. Rice and T.J. Miller. 1992. Size dependence and individual variability:
Implications for recruitment of larval fishes. Invited paper, Ecological Society of
America, Honolulu, August.
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Heppell, S.S., L.B. Crowder, D.T. Crouse and T.H. Martin. 1992. Turtles, TEDs and trawl
fisheries: Implications from a population model for loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta
caretta). Contributed paper, Ecological Society of America, Honolulu, August.
Rice, J.A., L.B. Crowder and K.A. Rose. 1992. Interactions between size-structured predator
and prey populations: Experimental test of an independently-derived model.
Contributed paper, Ecological Society of America, Honolulu, August.
Crawford, M.K., L.B. Crowder and M.S. Fonseca. 1992. Effects of seagrass meadow
heterogeneity on pinfish food consumption. Contributed paper, Gutshop '92, Orcas
Island, Washington, November.
Crowder, L.B., R.A. Wright and T.H. Martin. 1992. Lethal and sublethal effects of flounder
predation on a spot population: An experimental approach. Invited paper, Gutshop '92,
Orcas Island, Washington, November.
Heppell, S.S. and L.B. Crowder. 1993. Is "headstarting" headed in the right direction?
Contributed paper, 1993 Sea Turtle Symposium, Jekyll Island, GA, February.
Crawford, M.K., L.B. Crowder and M.S. Fonseca. 1993. Effects of habitat fragmentation on
fish abundances in seagrass meadows. Contributed paper, Ecological Society of
America, Madison, August.
Crowder, L.B., E.A. Marschall and D.L. DeAngelis. 1993. Growing predators and growing
prey: Interactions of size-structured populations. Contributed paper, Ecological Society
of America, Madison, August.
Heppell, S.S., J.R. Walters and L.B. Crowder. 1993. A stage-based model for management of
an endangered cooperative breeder, the red-cockaded woodpecker. Contributed paper,
Ecological Society of America, Madison, August.
Crowder, L.B., D.E. Hoss and P.B. Ortner. 1993. SABRE-- A strategic approach to fisheries
recruitment dynamics. Invited paper, American Fisheries Society, Portland, August.
Rice, J.A., D.W. Ahrenholz, G.R. Fitzhugh, S.W. Nixon and L.B. Crowder. 1993. Derivation
of individual-based life history information from otolith analysis of juvenile Atlantic
menhaden. Invited paper, American Fisheries Society, Portland, August.
Crowder, L.B. 1993. Applications of food web research. Invited paper, International Food
Web Symposium, Pingree Park, Colorado, September.
Crowder, L.B. 1993. South Atlantic Bight Recruitment Experiment (SABRE). Invited paper,
Fisheries Productivity Review, Panel on the Coastal Ocean Program, National
Research Council, Washington, DC, November.
Crowder, L.B. 1994. Conserving biodiversity in freshwater and marine systems. Invited paper,
Symposium on Biodiversity: Viewpoints and Current Research. Center for World
Environment and Sustainable Development, Chapel Hill, January.
Crowder, L.B., S.R. Murphy and A. Royle. 1994. The effect of turtle-excluder devices on
loggerhead sea turtle strandings in South Carolina. Contributed paper, 14th Annual
Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Hilton Head, March.
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Heppell, S.S. and L.B. Crowder 1994. Analysis of a Japanese fisheries model for hawksbill
harvest in Cuba. Contributed paper, 14th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology
and Conservation, Hilton Head, March.
Rice, J.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1994. Predation on juvenile fishes: Interactions of size-structured
predator and prey populations. Invited paper, Larval Fish Conference, American
Fisheries Society, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada, June.
Crowder, L.B., D.D. Squires and J.A. Rice. 1994. Non-additive effects of terrestrial and
aquatic predators on survival and behavior of a juvenile estuarine fish. Contributed
paper, Ecological Society of America, Knoxville, August.
Crawford, M.K., L.B. Crowder and M.S. Fonseca. 1994. Fish responses to a gradient of
heterogeneity in seagrass meadows. Contributed paper, American Fisheries Society,
Halifax, Nova Scotia, August.
Quinlan, J.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1994. Life history exploration of estuarine dependent marine
fishes: A matrix modeling approach. Contributed paper, Conference on Southeast
Coastal Ocean Research, Seabrook Island, South Carolina, November .
Hoss, D.E. and L.B. Crowder. 1994. Recruitment of coastal spawning fish to estuarine
habitats: The South Atlantic Bight Recruitment Experiment, A case study. Invited
paper, The Second Coastal Wetland Ecology and Management Symposium, Key
Largo, Florida, December.
Crawford, M.K., L.B. Crowder and M.S. Fonseca. 1995. Spatial sampling of fish in seagrass
meadows. Contributed paper, Benthic Ecology Meetings, Rutgers University, March.
Heppell, S.S. and L.B. Crowder. 1995. When does an iguana look like a mud turtle? Life
history analyses that may aid conservation efforts for poorly known species.
Contributed paper, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Edmonton,
June.
Crawford, M.K., L.B. Crowder and M.S. Fonseca. 1995. Spatial sampling of fish movement in
seagrass beds. Contributed paper, American Society of Ichthyologists and
Herpetologists, Edmonton, June.
Heppell, S.S. and L.B. Crowder. 1995. Conservation management decisions for poorly known
species: An application of life history theory. Contributed paper, Ecological Society of
America, Snowbird, August.
Crowder, L.B. 1995. Proceeding from general principles and ex situ experiences to prediction
of the value of marine reserves to reef fishery management in the United States.
Invited paper, American Fisheries Society, Tampa, August.
Crawford, M., L. Crowder and M. Fonseca. 1996. Habitat fragmentation and predator-prey
interactions in seagrass mesocosms. Contributed paper, American Society of
Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, New Orleans, June.
Crowder, L.B., E.W. McCollum and T.H. Martin. 1996. Changing perspectives on food web
interactions in lake littoral zones. Invited paper, Workshop in the role of submerged
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macrophytes in structuring the biological community and bio-geochemical dynamics of
lakes. Freshwater Centre, Silkeborg, Denmark, June.
Crowder, L.B. and L.A. Eby. 1996. Biodiversity and the function of freshwater ecosystems.
Invited paper, Wingspread Conference on Biodiversity and Sustainability in Aquatic
Ecosystems, Racine, June.
Crowder, L.B. 1996. Analysis of the implications of bycatch. Invited paper, American
Fisheries Society, Dearborn, August.
Crowder, L.B. 1996. Turtles, TEDs and Trawl Fisheries: Population-Level Implications.
Contributed paper, American Fisheries Society, Dearborn, August.
Crowder, L.B., L.G. Cowell, S.L. Diamond, J.A. Quinlan and J.A. Rice. 1996. Populationlevel implications of juvenile fish mortality due to by-catch in trawl fisheries.
Contributed paper, American Fisheries Society, Dearborn, August.
Heppell, S.S. and L.B. Crowder. 1996. Sea turtle headstarting: Enhancement without life
history analysis. Invited paper, International Symposium on Marine Stock
Enhancement: A New Perspective, Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, November.
Quinlan, J.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1997. Indentification of sensitive life history parameters for
Atlantic menhaden. Invited paper, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography,
Santa Fe, February.
Forward, R.B. Jr., D. Peters, L. Crowder, W. Hettler and S. Warlen. 1997. Transport of fish
larvae through a tidal inlet. Invited paper, American Society of Limnology and
Oceanography, Santa Fe, February.
Crowder, L.B., S.S. Heppell and E.A. Marschall. 1997. Development and use of matrix
models to evaluate alternative management approaches for restoring biological
populations. Invited paper, Waterways Experiment Station Workshop on Aquatic
Ecosystem Modeling and Assessment Techniques, Morrilton, AR, July.
Heppell, S.S., W.L. Gabriel and L.B. Crowder. 1997. Testing management plans for
conservation of threatened species: A review of sea turtle population models. Invited
paper, Third World Congress of Herpetology, Prague, August.
Crowder, L.B. and S.S. Heppell. 1997. Management of long-lived species: Lessons from sea
turtle headstarting programs. Invited paper, American Fisheries Society, Monterey,
August.
Craig, J.K., L.B. Crowder and T.A. Henwood. 1998. Use of long-term, fishery independent
trawl survey data to investigate the ecological impacts of hypoxia. Contributed paper,
Workshop on the Effects of Hypoxia on Living Resources in the Northern Gulf of
Mexico, Baton Rouge, LA, March.
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Walton, H.P. and L.B. Crowder. 1998. The biogeography and taxonomic status of ballast water
released from ships in the port of Morehead City, North Carolina. Contributed paper,
Benthic Ecology Meeting, Melbourne, FL, March
Crowder, L.B. and J.K. Craig. 1998. Factors influencing habitat choice in fishes: The utility of
salt marsh habitat. Invited paper, International Symposium on Concepts and
Controversies in Tidal Marsh Ecology, Vineland, NJ, April.
Crowder, L.B. 1998. Putting it all together: Diversity, change and uncertainty. Paper presented
at the Great Lakes Fishery Commission Biodiversity Workshop, Ann Arbor, MI, April.
Crowder, L.B., L.A. Eby, K. Mumford and B. Cudmore. 1998. Historical and recent changes
in the Lake Ontario fisheries ecosystem; stakeholders, stocking and science. Invited
paper, ASLO/ESA Annual Meeting, St. Louis, June.
Eby, L.A. and L.B. Crowder. 1998. Spatial and temporal environmental variation in a
eutrophic coastal estuary. Contributed paper, ASLO/ESA Annual Meeting, St. Louis,
June.
Stockwell, J.D., D.M. Mason, L.B. Crowder and J.A. Rice. 1998. Variation in predator-prey
interactions across environmental gradients in Lake Michigan: Implications for forage
fish production. Contributed paper, American Fisheries Society, Hartford, August.
Crowder, L.B., L.A. Eby, J.K. Craig and D.L. Breitburg. 1998. Spatial and temporal variability
in oxygen distributions in estuaries and coastal oceans: Effects on fish populations and
communities. Invited paper, American Fisheries Society, Hartford, August.
Crowder, L.B. 1998. Neuse River water quality monitoring. Invited presentation, Water
Resources Research Institute, University of North Carolina, Raleigh, October.
Crowder. L.B., S.J. Lyman, W.F. Figueira and J. Priddy. 1998. Marine reserves, sources and
sinks-- the problem of siting marine reserves. Invited paper, International Symposium
on Essential Fish Habitat and Marine Reserves, Sarasota, November.
Crowder, L.B. 1998. Coastal eutrophication, habitat loss and effects on fish and fisheries.
Invited paper, Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Charlotte,
November.
Crowder, L.B. 1999. Closing the life history cycle of "estuarine-dependent" fishes: Linking
estuaries to coastal oceans. Invited paper, American Association for the Advancement
of Science, Anaheim, CA, January.
Walton, H.P. and L.B. Crowder. 1999. Implications of the transport of viable phytoplankton in
the ballast water of ships. Contributed paper, National Conference on Marine
Bioinvasions, Cambridge, MA, January.
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McDaniel, C.J., L.B. Crowder and J.A. Priddy. 1999. Spatial dynamics of sea turtle
abundance and shrimping intensity in the Gulf of Mexico. Contributed paper, 19th
Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Padre Island, TX, March.
Turtle Expert Working Group. 1999. A population model to estimate recovery time,
population size, and management impacts on Kemp's ridleys. Invited paper, MiniSymposium on the Biology and Conservation of the Kemp's ridley, 19th Annual
Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Padre Island, TX, March.
Walters, J.R and L.B. Crowder. 1999. Application of individual-based models to PVA.
Invited paper, PVA Conference, San Diego, March.
Diamond, S.L., L.B. Crowder and L.G. Cowell. 1999. Catch and bycatch: The qualitative
effects of fisheries on population vital rates of Atlantic croaker. Contributed paper,
American Fisheries Society, Charlotte, August.
Rice, J.A., J.K. Craig and L.B. Crowder. 1999. Population consequences of size-dependent
predator-prey interactions: Are they important? Invited paper, American Fisheries
Society, Charlotte, August.
Walton, H.P. and L.B. Crowder. 1999. Reducing biological invasions due to ballast water
discharge. Invited paper, Aquatic Nuisance Species: A Focus on the Southeast,
Charleston, October.
Walton, H.P. and L.B. Crowder. 1999. Reducing biological invasions due to ballast water
discharge. Invited paper, Aquatic invasive species and shipping in the eastern Gulf of
Mexico: A workshop for the maritime and scientific communities, Tampa, November.
Crowder, L.B. 1999. Human and environmental impacts of the hurricanes of 1999 in North
Carolina. Invited presentation, U.S. Global Change Research Program Seminar Series,
Washington, DC, December.
Walton, H.P. and L.B.Crowder. 2000. Transport of viable phytoplankton in ballast water.
Invited paper, Ballast water exchange—Strategic planning workshop for the Canadian
Atlantic region, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, January.
Heppell, S.S., D.T. Crouse, L.B. Crowder, S.P. Epperly and N.B. Frazer. 2000. Population
models of Atlantic loggerheads: Past, present, and future. Invited paper, 20th Annual
Symposium of Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Orlando, March.
Crowder, L.B. and L.A.Eby. 2000. The impact of the hurricanes of 1999 on the Neuse River
and Pamlico Sound, North Carolina. Invited paper, Fifth Marine and Estuarine
Shallow Water Science and Management Conference, Atlantic City, March.
Paerl, H.W., C.P. Buzzelli, M. Go, R.A. Luettich, B. L. Peierls, T.L. Richardson, J.S. Ramus,
L.B. Crowder, L.A. Eby, L. Ausley, J. Overton and J. Bales. 2000. Short-term impacts
of Hurricanes Dennis, Floyd and Irene on water quality and fisheries habitat in Pamlico
Sound, North Carolina. Contributed paper, North Carolina WRRI Conference, March.
Eby, L.A. and. L.B. Crowder. 2000. Effects of hypoxia on habitat quality for juvenile croaker,
Micropogonias undulatus, in the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina. Contributed
paper, North Carolina WRRI Conference, March.
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Hart, K.M., S.S. Heppell, L.B. Crowder and P. J. Auger. 2000. Declines in diamondbacks:
Terrapin population modeling and implications for management. Contributed paper,
American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, La Paz, Mexico, June.
Rice, J.A. and L.B. Crowder. 2000. Density-dependent growth and survival of juvenile spot,
an estuarine-dependent fish. Contributed paper, Ecological Society of America,
Snowbird, August.
Eby, L.A. and L.B. Crowder. 2000. Responses of an estuarine fish community to small
frequent and large infrequent disturbances. Contributed paper, Ecological Society of
America, Snowbird, August.
McClellan, C.M. and L.B. Crowder. 2000. Effects of hypoxia on habitat use for juvenile
southern flounder, Paralichthys lethostigma, in a North Carolina estuary. Contributed
paper, American Fisheries Society, St. Louis, September.
Craig, J.K., L.B. Crowder, T.A. Henwood. 2001. Effects of large-scale hypoxia on the spatial
distribution and overlap of brown shrimp and Atlantic croaker in the Northwestern
Gulf of Mexico.
Contributed paper, American Society of Limnology and
Oceanography, Albequerque, February.
Eby, L.A. and L.B. Crowder. 2001. Ecological effects of hypoxia on the fish community in
the Neuse River Estuary, N.C. Contributed paper, American Society of Limnology and
Oceanography, Albequerque, February.
Hart, K. and L. Crowder. 2001. Malaclemys terrapin in North Carolina: Preliminary results
from population modeling, mark-recapture efforts, genetic analysis, experimental
fishing, and radiotelemetry. Contributed Paper, 21st Annual Symposium of Sea Turtle
Biology and Conservation, Philadelphia, February.
Mooreside, P. and L. Crowder. 2001. Integration of physical oceanography with spatiotemporal patterns of stranded sea turtles in North Carolina. Contributed Paper, 21st
Annual Symposium of Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Philadelphia, February.
Myers, R.A., L. Gerber, L. Crowder, M. James, S. Epperly and J. McMillian, 2001. Synthesis
of observer, logbook, and research sighting survey data to estimate fishing impacts on
loggerhead and leatherback turtles in the Northwest Atlantic. Contributed Paper, 21st
Annual Symposium of Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Philadelphia, February.
Crowder, L.B., J.K. Craig and L.A. Eby. 2001. Hypoxia and its impact on fish and fisheries in
the southeastern US. Invited presentation, NOS Science Seminar Series, Washington,
DC, March.
Eby, L.A., L.B. Crowder and C.M. McClellan. 2001. Ecological effects of hypoxia on the fish
community of the Neuse River Estuary, NC. Invited paper, North Carolina Water
Resources Research Institute Annual Meeting, Raleigh, March.
Crowder L.B., L.A. Eby, and C.M. McClellan. 2001. The short- and long-term responses of
fishes to rapid environmental change: The hurricanes of 1999. Invited paper, North
Carolina Water Resources Research Institute Annual Meeting, Raleigh, March.
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Etnoyer, P.L., L.B. Crowder, and P. Halpin. 2001. Sources, sinks and the spatial distribution of
coral reefs: A GIS approach to siting marine protected areas in the Philippines.
Contributed paper, Second Symposium in Marine Conservation, Marine Conservation
Biology Institute, San Francisco, June.
Crowder, L.B. 2001. Reversing the decline of sea turtles: Insights from life-history population
models. Invited paper, Ecological Society of America, Madison, August.
Eby, L. A. and L. B. Crowder. 2001. Population dynamics of estuarine-dependent fishes: The
relative importance of chronic stressors versus catastrophic natural disturbances.
Contributed paper, Ecological Society of America, Madison, August.
McClellan, C. M. and L.B. Crowder. 2001. Responses of juvenile southern flounder to
environmental variability in estuarine systems. Contributed paper, Ecological Society
of America, Madison, August.
Rilov,G., L. Crowder and C. McClellan. 2001. Ecological effects of the hurricanes of 1999:
Spatial and temporal responses of the Pamlico Sound fish community. Contributed
paper, Ecological Society of America, Madison, August.
Beardsley, K.E., L.B. Crowder, and C. Bonaventura. 2001. Hemoglobin and hypoxia: Atlantic
croaker respiratory adaptations to oxygen stress. Contributed paper, Society for
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, North Atlantic Chapter, September.
Snover, M.L., S. Epperly and L.B. Crowder. 2001. Population model analysis for loggerhead
sea turtles (Caretta caretta) from the northern nesting aggregation in the United States.
First Mediterranean Conference on Marine Turtles. Contributed paper, Rome, October.
Paerl, H.W., J.D. Bales, L.W. Ausley, C.P. Buzzelli, L.B. Crowder, L.A. Eby, M. Go, B.L.
Peierls, T.L. Richardson, and J.S. Ramus. 2001. “Ecosystem impacts of the 3
sequential 1999 hurricanes (Dennis, Floyd and Irene) on North Carolina estuaries and
Pamlico Sound: An Overview”. Invited paper, "Environmental Impacts of Hurricanes
Dennis, Floyd and Irene on Coastal North Carolina: A Glimpse into the Effects of
Climate Change?", Estuarine Research Federation, St. Petersburg, November.
Crowder, L.B., L.A. Eby and C.M. McClellan. 2001. The short- and long-term responses of
fishes to hurricane-related flooding in the Neuse River and Pamlico Sound. Invited
paper, "Environmental Impacts of Hurricanes Dennis, Floyd and Irene on Coastal
North Carolina: A Glimpse into the Effects of Climate Change?", Estuarine Research
Federation, St. Petersburg, November.
Epperly-Chester, S., M. Snover and L. Crowder. 2002. Impacts of the pelagic longline fishery
on Atlantic loggerhead sea turtles. Contributed paper, Symposium on Sea Turtle
Biology and Conservation, Miami, April.
Lewison, R, L.Crowder and D. Shaver. 2002. Evaluating the impact of turtle excluder devices
on strandings in the western Gulf of Mexico. Contributed paper, Symposium on Sea
Turtle Biology and Conservation, Miami, April.
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Marsh, J.C. and L.B. Crowder. 2002. Reducing sea turtle damage to crab pots using a lowprofile design in Core Sound, North Carolina. Contributed paper, Symposium on Sea
Turtle Biology and Conservation, Miami, April.
Snover, M.L., S.P. Epperly-Chester and L.B. Crowder. 2002. Population model analysis for
loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) from the northern nesting subpopulation in the
United States. Contributed paper, Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and
Conservation, Miami, April.
Crowder, L.B. 2002. Leatherback sea turtles on the brink of extinction. Invited Presentation,
International Leatherback Survivial Conference, Asilomar, April.
Marsh, J.C. and L.B. Crowder. 2002. Reducing sea turtle damage to crab pots using a lowprofile design in Core Sound, North Carolina. Contributed paper, The Coastal Society,
Galveston Texas, June.
D’Agrosa, C., D. Hyrenbach, G.Rilov and L.B. Crowder. 2002. Spatial analysis of bycatch in
U.S. Atlantic and Hawaiian pelagic longline fisheries. Contributed paper, American
Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Victoria, BC, June.
Hyrenbach, D., C. D’Agrosa, G.Rilov and L.B. Crowder. 2002. Sea turtle bycatch in the U.S.
Pelagic longline fisheries: The significance of oceanic habitats and fishing practices.
Contributed paper, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Victoria, BC,
June.
Lewison, R.L., and L.B. Crowder. 2002. An integrated approach to evaluate the impacts of
seabird bycatch mortality. Contributed paper, American Society of Limnology and
Oceanography, Victoria, BC, June.
Rilov, G., Hyrenbach, D., C. D’Agrosa, and L.B. Crowder. 2002. Oceanographic features and
pelagic macrofauna: Spatio-temporal variations in longline catch assemblages.
Contributed paper, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Victoria, BC,
June.
Snover, M.L., S.P. Epperly, and L.B. Crowder. 2002. Population model analysis for
loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) from the northern nesting population in the
United States. . Contributed paper, American Society of Limnology and
Oceanography, Victoria, BC, June.
Read, A.J., Halpin, P.N., Crowder, L.B., and Hyrenbach K.D. 2002. Digital Archive of
marine mammal, seabird, and sea turtle data for the Ocean Biogeographic Information
System. Effects of sound on the marine environment (ESME): Animal distribution and
movement subgroup meeting, San Diego, CA, June.
Read, A.J., Halpin, P.N., Crowder, L.B., and Hyrenbach K.D. 2002. OBIS-SEAMAP: Ocean
Biogeographic Information System – Spatial Ecological Analysis of Megavertebrate
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Populations. Meeting of North American OBIS investigators, Washington, D.C.,
September.
Hyrenbach, K.D., D’Agrosa, C., Rilov, G., and Crowder, L.B. 2002. Bycatch in U.S. Atlantic and
Hawaiian Pelagic Longline Fisheries: The Significance of Oceanic Habitats and Fishing
Practices. Annual California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Conference, La
Jolla, CA, November.
Crowder, L., D’Agrosa, C., Dumas, C., Hyrenbach, K.D., Lewison, B., and Rilov, G. 2002.
Ecological Impacts of The Pelagic Longline Industry: An Interdisciplinary Approach.
Second International Fisher's Forum on Seabird and Sea Turtle Bycatch in Longline
Fisheries, Honolulu, HI. November
Crowder, L.B. 2003. Bycatch from different fishing gears: Impacts from populations to
ecosystems. Invited paper, Symposium “Shifting gears: Bycatch and habitat impacts of
fishing,” American Association for the Advancement of Science, Denver, February.
Crowder, L.B. 2003. Rethinking the management of oceanic pelagics: Protecting sea turtles.
Invited paper, Symposium “Conserving migratory marine organisms: Protecting
animals with ocean-sized habitat,” American Association for the Advancement of
Science, Denver, February.
Craig, J.K.and L.B. Crowder. 2003. Effects of hypoxia on habitat use of demersal fishes on the
Louisiana continental shelf. American Fisheries Society Southern Division,
Wilmington, NC, February.
Halpin, P. Read, A., Crowder, L., Best, B., Hyrenbach, K.D., and Spoerri, C. 2003. OBISSEAMAP: Mapping global marine mammal distributions. 17th European Cetacean
society Meeting, Las Palmas, Spain. March.
Hyrenbach, K.D., Read, A., Crowder, L. Halpin, Best, B., Spoerri, Freeman, S. 2003. OBISSEAMAP: Mapping Marine Megavertebrates. Argos Animal Tracking Symposium,
Annapolis, MD. March.
Snover, M.L., A.A. Hohn and L.B. Crowder.2003. Age and growth in juvenile Kemp’s ridley
sea turtles from the mid-Atlantic coast using skeletochronology. Contributed paper,
International sea turtle symposium, Malaysia, March.
Snover, M.L., A.A. Hohn and L.B. Crowder. 2003. Estimating stage durations and age at
maturation in loggerhead sea turtles from the Western North Atlantic using
skeletochronology. Contributed paper, International sea turtle symposium, Malaysia,
March.
Crowder, L., P. Halpin, A. Read, B. Best, D. Hyrenbach and C. Spoerri. 2003. OBISSEAMAP: Mapping global sea turtle distributions. Contributed paper, International
sea turtle symposium, Malaysia, March.
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Read, A., Halpin, P., Crowder, L., Best, B., Hyrenbach, K.D., and Spoerri, C. 2003. OBISSEAMAP: Mapping global marine mammal distributions. Symposium on Environmental
Consequences of Underwater Sound (ECOUS), San Antonio, TX. May.
Crowder, L.B. 2003. Rethinking the management of oceanic pelagics: Forging a future for sea
turtles. Invited presentation, Marine Fish Conservation Network Fourth Annual
Member Meeting, Washington DC, June.
Crowder, L.B. 2003. Endangered species/fisheries conflicts (especially sea turtles and bycatch)
in fishing gear. Invited paper, 2003 World Conference on Natural Resource Modeling,
Duke University Marine Laboratory, Beaufort, June.
Crowder, L.B. 2003. Implications of biodiversity loss in aquatic ecosystems: A somewhat salty
perspective on threats to biodiversity and fisheries in the Great Lakes. Invited paper,
Society for Conservation Biology, Duluth, June.
D’Agrosa, C.K., K.D. Hyrenbach, L.B. Crowder, and G. Rilov. 2003. Is sea turtle bycatch
inevitable in swordfish longline fisheries? Contributed paper, Society for Conservation
Biology, Duluth, June.
Eby, L., K. Mumford, L. Crowder, J.B. Callicott, E.J. Crossman, and B. Cudmore. 2003.
Incorporating biodiversity objectives into fisheries management : Lessons from
workshops. Invited paper, Society for Conservation Biology, Duluth, June.
Figueira, W.F. and L.B. Crowder. 2003. Metapopulation dynamics in marine versus terrestrial
systems. Invited paper, Society for Conservation Biology, Duluth, June.
Hart, K.M., L.B. Crowder, and M. Hooper. 2003. Mitigating diamondback terrapin bycatch
and mortality in actively fished commercial crab pots: An exercise in compromise?
Contributed paper, Society for Conservation Biology, Duluth, June.
Hyrenbach, K.D., Read, A., Crowder, L. Halpin,P., Best, B., Spoerri, C. Freeman, S. 2003.
Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS) as a Tool for Marine Education.
National Marine Educators’ Annual Meeting, Wilmington, N.C. July.
Best, B., Freeman, S., Hyrenbach, K.D., Read, A. Crowder, L. Halpin, P. Spoerri, C. 2003.
Exercises in Large Marine Animal Ecology Using Real Spatial Data Online from
OBIS-SEAMAP. National Marine Educators’ Annual Meeting, Wilmington, N.C.
July.
Crowder, L.B., W.F. Figueira and F. Coleman. 2003. Assessing the impact of commercial
versus recreational marine fisheries catch: The importance of who, when and where.
Contributed paper, Ecological Society of America, Savannah, August.
Craig, J.K., P.C. Gillikin, M.A. Sheba, and L.B. Crowder. 2003. Effects of hypoxia on habitat
use, feeding, and condition of demersal fishes on the Louisiana continental shelf
(poster). American Fisheries Society, Quebec City, Canada, August.
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Hyrenbach, K.D., Read, A., Crowder, L. Halpin, Best, B., Spoerri, Freeman, S. 2003. OBISSEAMAP: Mapping Marine Megavertebrates. Petrel GIS workshop. Cape Town,
South Africa. September.
Crowder, L.B., R.L. Lewison, S.A. Freeman, S.S. Heppell and C.E. D’Argrosa. 2004.
Reversing the decline of Pacific loggerheads and leatherbacks: Insights from marine
spatial ecology. Invited paper, American Association for the Advancement of Science,
Seattle, February.
Alava, J.J., J.M. Keller, J.R. Kucklick, L. Crowder, J. Wyneken and G. Scott. 2004. Analysis
of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and organochlorine pesticides in loggerhead sea
turtles eggs from Florida, U.S. Contributed paper, 24th Annual Symposium on Sea
Turtle Biology and Conservation, International Sea Turtle Society, San Jose, Costa
Rica, February.
Crowder, L.B., A.J. Read, P.N. Halpin,B. Best, S. Freeman, D. Hyrenbach and C. Spoerri.
2004. OBIS-SEAMAP: Mapping the global distribution of marine turtles. Contributed
paper, 24th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, International
Sea Turtle Society, San Jose, Costa Rica, February.
Heppell, S.S, L. Crowder, M. Snover. 2004. Comparing mortality risks with “adult
equivalents” based on reproductive value. Contributed paper, 24th Annual Symposium
on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, International Sea Turtle Society, San Jose,
Costa Rica, February.
Snover, M.L., A.A. Hohn, L.B. Crowder. 2004. Age and growth in juvenile Kemp’s ridley
(Lepidochelys kempi) sea turtles using skeletochronology. Contributed paper, 24th
Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, International Sea Turtle
Society, San Jose, Costa Rica, February.
Stokes, L., K. Blair, J. Wyneken, J. Marsh, C. Baird, L. Crowder. 2004. Seasonal and
latitudinal assessment of early growth rates in northern and southeastern loggerhead
sea turtles (Caretta caretta) from U.S. beaches. Contributed paper, 24th Annual
Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, International Sea Turtle Society,
San Jose, Costa Rica, February.
Wyneken, J., K. Blair, S. Epperly, J. Vaughan, L. Crowder. 2004. Surprising sex ratios in NW
Atlantic loggerhead hatchlings—An unexpected skew to females. Contributed paper,
24th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, International Sea
Turtle Society, San Jose, Costa Rica, February.
Crowder, L., C. D’Agrosa, C. Dumas, S. Freeman, D. Hyrenbach, R. Lewison, G. Rilov. 2004.
Ecological impacts of the pelagic longline fishery: An interdisciplinary approach.
Invited paper, 4th World Fisheries Congress, Vancouver, May.
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Hart, K.M., L.B. Crowder, M. Hooper, and R.E. Cahoon. 2004. Mitigating diamondback
terrapin bycatch and mortality in actively fished commercial crab pots in NC, USA.
Contributed paper, 4th World Fisheries Congress, Vancouver, May.
Read, A., L. Crowder, P. Halpin, B. Best, S. Freeman, D. Hyrenbach, and C. Spoerri. 2004
OBIS-SEAMAP: Mapping the global distribution of marine mammals, seabirds, and
turtles. Contributed paper, 4th World Fisheries Congress, Vancouver, May.
Hart, K.M., T.L. King, C.C. McIvor, C.R. Callahan and L.B. Crowder. 2004. Integrating
Ecology and Genetics to Define and Conserve Distinct Populations of Diamondback
Terrapins. Annual meeting, Society for Conservation Biology, New York, July.
Lewison, R. S. Freeman and L. Crowder. 2004. Quantifying the Effects of Fisheries on
Protected Species: The Impact of Pelagic Longlines on Loggerhead and Leatherback
Sea Turtles. Annual meeting, Society for Conservation Biology, New York, July.
Hart, K.M, T.L. King, C.R. Callahan, L.B. Crowder, and C.C. McIvor. 2004. Population
biology of the diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin): Integrating ecology and
genetics to define and conserve distinct population segments. Invited paper, The
Terrapin Workshop, Jacksonville, FL, September.
Crowder, L.B., L.A. Eby and J.K. Craig. 2004. Go ahead, make my bay: managing fisheries in
disturbed and degraded ecosystems. Invited paper, Fifth Mote International Symposium
in Fisheries Ecology, Sarasota, November.
Hart, K.M., L.B. Crowder, M.Hooper and R,E. Cahoon. 2004. Mitigating diamondback
terrapin by-catch and mortality in actively fished commercial crab pots in North
Carolina, USA . Contributed paper, Fifth Mote International Symposium in Fisheries
Ecology, Sarasota, November.
Alava, J.J., J.M. Keller, J. Wyneken, L. Crowder, G. Scott and J.R. Kucklick. 2005.
Geographical comparison of persistent organochlorine pollutant levels in loggerhead
eggs (Caretta caretta) collected along the southeast coast of the USA. Contrbuted
paper, 25th Annual Sea Turtle Symposium, Savannah.
Crowder, L.B. 2005. Collaboration, data sharing, and the future of sea turtles. Contrbuted
paper, Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, International Sea
Turtle Society, 25th Annual Sea Turtle Symposium, Savannah, GA, January.
Crowder, L.B., L.A. Eby and J.K. Craig 2005. The impact of interacting threats to marine
ecosystems. Invited paper, American Association for the Advancement of Science,
Washington, DC, February.
Airame, S., L.B. Crowder, J. Day, S. Langdon, K. Overholtzer McLeod, E. A. Norse, J.C.
Ogden, G. Osherenko, R. Peach, A. Rosenberg, J. Wilson, O.R. Young. 2005.
Institutional mismatches constrain the diagnosis and treatment of declining ocean
ecosystems. Submitted paper, First International Marine Protected Areas Congress
(IMPAC), Geelong, October.
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Best, B., P. Halpin, A. Read, L. Crowder, D. Hyrenbach, M. Coyne and E. Fujioka. 2005.
OBIS-SEAMAP: Developing a spatial information and analysis system for global
marine mammal distributions. Submitted paper, Marine Mammal Symposium, San
Diego, December.
Crowder, L.B., A.J. Read, P. Halpin, C. Safina, and R. Lewison. 2005. Building a network to
evaluate global bycatch of marine mammals, seabirds and sea turtles. Submitted paper,
Marine Mammal Symposium, San Diego, December.
Crowder, L.B. 2006. Beyond the buzzwords: Ecosystem-based management in the ocean.
Invited speaker, Student Conference on Conservation Science, Nicholas School of the
Environment and Earth Sciences, Durham, March 2006.
Crowder, L.B., T. Cox, R. Lewison, B. Wallace, R. Zydelis, W.J. Nichols, C. Safina, and A.
Read. 2006. Translating experimental results into fleet operations: Lessons in
mitigating the bycatch of sea turtles, seabirds, and marine mammals. Submitted paper,
26th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Island of Crete,
Greece, April 2006.
Bjorkland, R., M. Sims, T. Cox, A. Read, D. Dunn, L.B. Crowder, P. Halpin, R. Lewison,
W.J. Nichols, C. Safina, B. Wallace, and R. Zydelis. 2006. Modeling the relationship
between fish landings, fishing effort and stock abundance. Submitted paper, 26th
Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Island of Crete, Greece,
April 2006.
Hart, K.M., L.B. Crowder, C.C.McIvor, and T.L. King. 2006. Integrating ecology and genetics
to define the population extent for a continuously-distributed species, the diamondback
terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin). Submitted paper, 26th Annual Symposium on Sea
Turtle Biology and Conservation, Island of Crete, Greece, April 2006.
Wyneken, J.L., S. Epperly, S. Heppell and L.B. Crowder. 2006. The importance of annual
variation in understanding sea turtle sex ratios. Submitted paper, 26th Annual
Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Island of Crete, Greece, April
2006.
Crowder, L.B. 2006. Project GLOBAL: Developing a network for the protection of seabirds,
sea turtles, and marine mammals. Presented at the Southwest Atlantic Regional
Bycatch Workshop, Mar del Plata, Argentina, June 2006.
Cox, T., L. Crowder, R. Lewison, C. Safina, A. Read, R. Zydelis, and B. Wallace. 2006.
Mitigation the bycatch of sea turtles, seabirds, and marine mammals: From
experimental evaluation to implementation in commercial fisheries. Invited paper,
Symposium on Scaling up the assessment of bycatch: Regional to global impacts of
fisheries on seabirds, mammals, and turtles. Society for Conservation Biology, San
Jose, CA, June.
Crowder, L.B. 2006. Global bycatch assessment and mitigation: Challenges, solutions, and
new directions. Invited paper, Symposium on Scaling up the assessment of bycatch:
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Regional to global impacts of fisheries on seabirds, mammals, and turtles. Society for
Conservation Biology, San Jose, CA, June.
Crowder, L., R. Bjorkland, K.L. Eckert, N. Saladin, D. Dunn, L. Lester, S. Eckert and A. Long. 2006.
The relationship of Caribbean fisheries to sea turtles, marine mammals and seabirds. Gulf and
Caribbean Fisheries Institute, Belize City, Belize, November 2006
Bjorkland, R., M. Sims, T. Cox, D. Dunn and L.B. Crowder. 2006. Sea turtle bycatch
probability estimates from mixed models. Can total landings serve as a proxy for
effort? Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute, Belize City, Belize, November 2006
Crowder, L.B. and E.A. Norse. 2006. Examples of good practice in the application of science
for marine spatial planning. UNESCO Workshop on Marine Spatial Planning, Paris,
November 2006.
Crowder, L.B. 2006. Marine conservation: Effective communication is critical to engaging the
public and decision makers in sustaining our seas. Invited paper: American
Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December.
Bjorkland, R., C. Thomas, J. Hutchinson, and L. Crowder. 2007. Preliminary survey of
incidental capture of sea turtles in Jamaican fisheries. Poster presented at the
International Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, March 5-8, 2007,
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Kelez, S., E. Bryant, J. Laliberte, D. Dunn, W.J. Nichols, and L.B. Crowder. 2007. Mapping
fisheries and their potential threat to sea turtles in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Poster
presented at the 27th Annual symposium on sea turtle biology and conservation, Myrtle
Beach, South Carolina. February 2007.
Craig, J.K., C.P. Good, L.B. Crowder and E.L. Hazen. 2007. Hypoxia-induced shifts in the
spatial distribution and association of brown shrimp, bycatch species, and shrimpers in
the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. Submitted paper, Ecological Impacts of Hypoxia on
Living Resources Workshop, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, March.
Craig, J.K., J. Leonard and L.B. Crowder. 2007. Brown shrimp body size and lipid levels on
the northwestern Gulf of Mexico shelf: Linking hypoxia-induced habitat loss to
condition and growth. Submitted paper, Ecological Impacts of Hypoxia on Living
Resources Workshop, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, March.
Good, C.P., J.K. Craig, E.L. Hazen, L.B. Crowder and A. Read. 2007. Potential indirect effects
of hypoxia on bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncates) in the northern Gulf of Mexico.
Submitted paper, Ecological Impacts of Hypoxia on Living Resources Workshop, Bay
St. Louis, Mississippi, March.
Hazen, E.L., J.K. Craig, C.P. Good and L.B. Crowder. 2007. A first step into the pelagia:
Linking bottom water hypoxia to the vertical distribution of fishes on the northwestern
Gulf of Mexico shelf. Submitted paper, Ecological Impacts of Hypoxia on Living
Resources Workshop, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, March.
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Crowder, L.B., R. Lewison, M. Sims, D. Dunn, R. Zydelis, J. Moore and B. Wallace. 2007.
Innovative approaches to tackling fisheries bycatch. Contributed paper, 21st Annual
Meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, June.
Moore, J.E., R.L. Lewison, J. Kiszka, C. Muir, A.J. Read, T.M. Cox, and L.B. Crowder. 2007.
Rapid assessment of marine mammal and sea turtle bycatch in artisanal fisheries.
Contributed paper, 21st Annual Meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, Port
Elizabeth, South Africa, June.
Crowder, L.B. 2007. Bycatch of marine animals in the world’s fisheries. Invited presentation,
ASO biannual meeting, Piriopolis, Uruguay, October.
Moore, J.E., T.M. Cox, A.J. Read, R.L. Lewison, L.B. Crowder, R. Bjorkland, E. Aruna, I.
Ayissi, M. Hauzer, J. Kiszka, C. Muir, B. Ngatunga, N. Pilcher, C. Poonian, B. Solarin.
2007. Rapid assessment of marine mammal and sea turtle mortality in small-scale
fisheries. Contibuted paper, West African Talks on Cetaceans and their Habitats
(WATCH). Tenerife, Canary Islands, October.
Crowder, L.B. 2007. State of global fisheries and implications for human nutrition. Invited
paper, American Public Health Association, Washington, DC, November.
Crowder, L.B., R. Bjorkland, D. Dunn, A. Boustany, and C. Kot. 2007. Developing regional
partnerships to assess and mitigate bycatch of marine megafauna. Invited paper,
Symposium on Bycatch in Venezuela, Venezuelan Ecological Society, Puerto Ordaz,
Venezuela, November.
Crowder, L., R. Lewison, A. Read, P. Halpin, C. Safina and W.J. Nichols. 2008. Bycatch of
marine megafauna in global fisheries. Invited paper, AAAS Annual Meeting, Boston,
February.
Crowder, L.B. 2008. Beyond the buzzwords: The path forward in marine ecosystem-based
management. Invited paper, IUCN, Barcelona, October.
Crowder, L.B. 2008. Fisheries bycatch and marine megafauna: Synthesizing knowledge and
promoting solutions. Invited paper, IUCN, Barcelona, October.
Crowder, L.B. 2008. Overcoming hurdles to sustainable industrial fisheries production.
Panelist, IUCN, Barcelona, October.
Craig, J.K., C.P. Good, and L.B. Crowder. 2008. Hypoxia effects on the spatial dynamics of
brown shrimp: Implications for fishery interactions in the northwestern Gulf of
Mexico. Contributed paper, Mote Symposium in Fisheries Ecology, Sarasota,
November.
Finkbeiner, E.M., B. Nahill, L. Crowder, and W.J. Nichols. 2009. Establishing a socioeconomic baseline of sea turtle conservation tourism in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Contributed paper, ISTS, Brisbane, February.
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Peavey, L., V. Gonzalez Carmen, and L. Crowder. 2009. Metapopulation theory and sea
turtles: Bridging or widening the gap? Contributed paper, ISTS, Brisbane, February.
Crowder, L.B. and M. Turnipseed. 2009. Envisioning a sustainable global seafood market and
restored marine ecosystems. Workshop, International Marine Conservation Congress,
Fairfax, VA, May.
Crowder, L.B. and S.S. Heppell. 2009. The decline and recovery of Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle.
Contributed paper, Beyond the Obituaries: Success Stories in Ocean Conservation.
Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC, May.
Bjorkland, R., L. Crowder, and D.C. Dunn. 2009. Integrating multiple data sources and
knowledge systems to assess megafauna bycatch in Caribbean fisheries. Contributed
paper, International Marine Conservation Congress, Fairfax, VA, May.
Crowder. L.B. 2009. Overcoming challenges to integrating the biophysical, human, and
governance dimensions of marine spatial management. Invited paper, International
Marine Conservation Congress, Fairfax, VA, May.
Crowder, L.B. 2009. An ecological perspective on marine spatial management. Invited paper,
Session on Marine Spatial Planning: The Science, Business, and Policy Case, Capitol
Hill Oceans Week, The BLUE Economy: Understanding the Ocean’s Role in the
Nation’s Future, Washington, DC, June.
Crowder, L.B. 2009. Implementing ecosystem-based management via marine spatial planning:
Reducing cumulative impacts on marine mammals. Invited paper, Workshop on
Cumulative Impacts/Effects of Anthropogenic Stressors on Marine Mammals,
Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove, CA, August.
Crowder, L.B. 2010. The science and management of coupled social-ecological systems in the
ocean. Invited paper, American Association for the Advancement of Science, San
Diego, February.
Crowder, L.B. 2010. Next steps in marine spatial planning. Invited paper, American
Association for the Advancement of Science, San Diego, February.
Gopnik, M., L.B. Crowder and R. Sagarin. 2010. Marine ecosystems include people:
Stakeholder dialogue and marine spatial planning. Ocean Sciences Meeting, American
Geophysical Union, Portland, February.
Kelez, S., J.A. Seminoff and L. B. Crowder. 2010. Oceanic isoscapes and feeding ecology of
sea turtles in the southeastern Pacific Ocean: A stable isotopic analysis. Submitted
paper, International Sea Turtle Society, Goh, India, April.
Hamann, M., M.H. Godfrey, J.A. Seminoff, K. Arthur, P.C.R. Barata, K.A. Bjorndal, A.B.
Bolten, A.C. Broderick, L.M. Campbell, C. Carreras, P. Casale, M. Chaloupka, S.
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Chan, M.S. Coyne, L.B. Crowder, C.E. Diez, P.H. Dutton, S.P. Epperly, N.N.
FitzSimmons, A. Formia, M. Girondot, G.C. Hays, C. I-Jiunn, Y. Kaska, R. Lewison,
J.A. Mortimer, W.J. Nichols, R.D. Reina, K. Shanker, J.R. Spotila, J. Tomás, B.P.
Wallace, T.M. Work, J. Zbinden, B.J. Godley. 2010. Priorities for sea turtles
conservation research. Submitted paper, International Sea Turtle Society, Goh, India,
April.
Crowder. L.B. 2010. Implementation of ecosystem-based management in US coastal and
marine ecosystems: The role of marine spatial planning. Invited paper, American
Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Santa Fe, June.
Crowder, L.B. 2010. Towards a national ocean policy: The role of marine spatial planning.
Opening plenary, The Coastal Society's 22nd International Conference, Wilmington,
June.
Crowder, L.B. 2010. Implementation of ecosystem-based management via marine spatial
planning in US coastal and marine ecosystems. Keynote speaker, Coastal and Ocean
Conference, Florida Coastal and Ocean Coalition, Tallahassee, June.
Crowder, L.B. 2010.Approaches to marine spatial planning to contribute to sustainable pelagic
fisheries: Moving from a fisheries sector-based approach to an ecosystem-based
approach. Invited paper, Fifth International Fishers Forum, Taipei City, Taiwan,
August.
Crowder, L.B. 2010. Bycatch of marine megafauna in the open sea. Invited paper, California
and the World Oceans, San Francisco, September.
Crowder, L.B. 2010. Fisheries and ecosystem-based management: The role of marine spatial
planning. Invited paper, American Fisheries Society, Pittsburgh, September.
Crowder, L.B. 2010. Ecosystem-based approaches to sustainability. Invited paper, Lisbon
Conference 2010: A Unified Approach for Sustainability in a Changing World: From
Ocean Policy to Observations, Lisbon, October.
Crowder, L.B. 2010. A review of the global impacts of small-scale fisheries bycatch. Invited
Plenary talk, World Small Scale Fisheries Congress, Bangkok, October.
Crowder, L.B. 2011. The path to implementation of ecosystem-based management via marine
spatial planning. Invited paper, Our Changing Oceans, National Council for Science
and the Environment, Washington, DC, January.
Kittinger, J.N., A. Erickson, D.R. Reineman, M.H. Armsby, M.R. Caldwell and L.B. Crowder.
2012. Exploring the human dimensions relevant to coastal and marine spatial planning.
Social Coast Forum, NOAA Coastal Services Center, Charleston, February.
Gopnik, M., C. Fiesler, L. Cantral, K. McClellan, L. Pendleton and L. Crowder. 2012.
Coming to the table: Early stakeholder involvement in marine spatial planning. Social
Coast Forum, NOAA Coastal Services Center, Charleston, February.
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Crowder, L.B. 2012. Innovative approaches to science and policy in sea turtle conservation.
Opening Plenary, 32nd International Sea Turtle Symposium, Huatulco, Mexico, March.
Kelez, S., R. Arauz, J. Azoca, A. Baquero, L. Barreto, and L.B. Crowder. 2012. Sea turtle
bycatch review for the Eastern Pacific determining regional priorities. Submitted talk,
32nd International Sea Turtle Symposium, Huatulco, Mexico, March.
Crowder, L.B. 2013. The decline and rise of a sea turtle: How Kemp’s ridleys are recovering
in the Gulf of Mexico. Invited plenary talk, International Sea Turtle Society,
Baltimore, February.
Crowder, L.B. 2013. Challenges and opportunities for transitioning small-scale fisheries to
sustainability. Annual Meeting, Consultative Group on Biological Diversity, Marine
Funders Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, April.
Crowder, L.B. 2013. Sustainability in Small-Scale Fisheries: Lasting Change Depends on
Social Context and Functional Institutions. Sustainable Cities Forum, Northeastern
University, Boston, MA, May.
Crowder, L.B. 2013. The Center for Ocean Solutions: Linking Science and Technology
to Action for the Ocean. Invited presentation, Forum for the Conservation of the
Patagonian Sea, Buenos Aires, AR, May.
Crowder, L.B. 2013. Current Ecological and Social Approaches in Marine Conservation.
Invited presentation, Forum for the Conservation of the Patagonian Sea, Buenos Aires,
AR, May.
Aguilera, S., J.N. Kittinger, R. Martone, E. Le Cornu, M. Carr, R. Starr, C. Pomeroy, F.
Micheli, K. Broad, and L.B. Crowder. 2013. Social-Ecological Resilience in SmallScale Fisheries in Monterey Bay, California. TBTI North America, Vancouver, June.
Le Cornu, E., J.N. Kittinger, J.Z. Koehn, E.M. Finkbeiner and L.B. Crowder. 2013. A Global
Assessment of Social Data Use in Ocean Planning Practice. International Marine
Protected Areas Congress III, Marseilles, France, October.
Symposium Organizer, "Trophic Interactions and Community Ecology in the Great Lakes,"
Ecological Society of America, August 1982.
Symposium Organizer, "Creative Approaches to Fishery Science," American Fisheries
Society, September 1986.
Symposium Organizer, "Complex Interactions in Benthic and Littoral Systems," Ecological
Society of America, August 1988.
Symposium Organizer, "Variation in Quality or Size of Eggs and Larvae: Implications for
Recruitment Success," American Fisheries Society, August 1990.
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Workshop Organizer, "Modeling Biological/Physical Coupling in Coastal Ecosystems,"
Conference on Southeast Coastal Ocean Research (SECOR), November 1994.
Conference Organizer, “Biodiversity and Sustainability in Aquatic Ecosystems,” Wingspread,
Racine, Wisconsin, June 1996 (Co-Sponsored by the Great Lakes Fishery Commission
and the Johnson Foundation).
Symposium Organizing Committee, “The Consequences and Management of Fisheries
Bycatch,” American Fisheries Society, August 1996.
Symposium Organizer, “Recruitment Dynamics of Estuarine Dependent Fishes,” American
Society of Limnology and Oceanography, February 1997.
Steering Committee, “Second Symposium on Marine Conservation Biology”, Marine
Conservation Biology Institute, San Francisco, June 2001.
Organizing Committee, “Leatherback: International Survival Conference”, Sea Turtle
Restoration Project, Asilomar, April 2002.
Symposium Organizer, "The ecological impacts of pelagic longline fisheries: Managing target
species, oceanic habitats, and bycatch". American Society of Limnology and
Oceanography, Victoria, BC, June 2002.
Symposium Organizer, “Conserving migratory marine organisms: Protecting animals with
ocean-sized habitat,” American Association for the Advancement of Science, Denver,
February 2003.
Symposium Organizer, “Novel technologies enhance the science and management of marine
megavertebrates in a dynamic ocean,” American Association for the Advancement of
Science, Seattle, February 2004.
Steering Committee, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Integrating Marine and Human
Ecology into Fisheries Management,” Fifth Mote International Symposium in Fisheries
Ecology, Sarasota, November 2004.
Symposium Organizer, “Recovering our lost legacy: Integrating science and policy to restore
overfished seas,” American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington,
DC, February 2005 (with Felicia Coleman).
Symposium Organizer, “Protecting the resilience of marine fish populations: Critical
assumptions of fisheries management may be faulty,” American Association for the
Advancement of Science, Washington, DC, February 2005 (with Steve Berkeley).
Steering Committee, “International Marine Conservation Congress,” Society for Conservation
Biology, Fairfax VA, May 2009.
Program Committee, 32nd International Sea Turtle Symposium, Huatulco, Mexico, March
2012.
POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATES
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McDonald, Michael E. 1984-86. Director, University of Minnesota Sea Grant College
Program and Associate Professor of Chemical Processing Engineering, University of
Minnesota, Duluth.
Luecke, Chris. 1986-87. Associate Professor of Fisheries and Wildlife, Utah State University,
Logan.
Luczkovich, Joseph J. 1989-90. Associate Professor of Biology, East Carolina University,
Greenville.
Martin, Thomas H. 1991. Assistant Professor, Western Carolina University, Asheville.
Van Buskirk, Josh. 1991-92. Assistant Professor, Zoologisches Inst. Der, Universitat
Zurichigan, Switzerland.
Marschall, Elizabeth A. 1992. Professor of Zoology, Ohio State University, Columbus.
McCollum, S. Andy. 1993. Assistant Professor of Biology, Cornell College, Mt.Vernon, Iowa.
Fitzhugh, Gary R. 1993-95. Research Scientist, National Marine Fisheries Service, Panama
City Laboratory.
Rilov, Gil. 2000-2002. Fulbright scholar, Duke University Marine Laboratory. Research
Manager, PISCO, Corvallis, OR.
Lewison, Rebecca. 2001-2003. Pew Charitable Trusts Longline Bycatch Project, Duke
University Marine Laboratory. Assistant Professor of Biology, San Diego State
University.
Hyrenbach, K. David. 2001-2002. Pew Charitable Trusts Longline Bycatch Project, Duke
University Marine Laboratory. Assistant Research Scientist, Duke Center for Marine
Conservation.
Figueira, William Franklin. 2002-2004. Pew Charitable Trusts Marine Recreational Fisheries
Project, Duke University Marine Laboratory. Assistant Professor, University of
Sydney.
Zydelis, Ramunas. 2005-2008. Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Project GloBAL, Duke
Center for Marine Conservation.
Wallace, Bryan. 2005-2007. Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Project GloBAL, Duke
Center for Marine Conservation. Research Scientist, Conservation International.
Cox, Tara, 2005-2007. Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Project GloBAL, Duke Center for
Marine Conservation. Assistant Professor, Savannah State University, Savannah, GA.
Sims, Michelle. 2006-2008. Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Project GloBAL, Duke
Center for Marine Conservation.
Moore, Jeff. 2006-2009. Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Project GloBAL, Duke Center
for Marine Conservation. Research Scientist, NOAA Fisheries, SW Fisheries Science
Center, LaJolla.
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Boustany, Andre. 2006-2009. Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Project GloBAL, Duke
Center for Marine Conservation.
Soykan, Candan. 2007-2009. Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Project GloBAL, Duke
Center for Marine Conservation.
Stewart, Kelly. 2008-2009. Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Project GloBAL, Duke
Center for Marine Conservation. Research Scientist, NOAA Fisheries, SW Fisheries
Science Center, LaJolla.
Baum, Julia K. 2010-11. “Sharks on coral reefs: Ecosystem consequences of eliminating the
ocean’s apex predators.” Schmidt Research Vessel Institute, National Center for
Ecological Analysis and Synthesis.
Maxwell, Sara M. 2012-. Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University.
Briscoe, Dana. 2012-. Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University.
GRADUATE STUDENTS
Ph.D.
Wildhaber, Mark Lee. 1989. Habitat choice by bluegills (Lepomis macrochirus) on the basis of
food and temperature. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Zoology, North Carolina
State University, 240p. Quantitative Ecologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Biological
Resources Division, Midwest Science Center, Columbia, MO.
Martin, Thomas Hanson. 1990. Direct and indirect effects of fish predation on the fresh-water
littoral benthos. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Zoology, North Carolina State
University, 203p. Professor, Western Carolina University, Asheville, NC.
Miller, Thomas James. 1990. Body size and the ontogeny of feeding in fishes. Ph.D.
Dissertation, Department of Zoology, North Carolina State University, 276p. (EPRI
Fellowship in Population Biology, January 1989). Professor, Chesapeake Biological
Laboratory, University of Maryland, Solomons, MD.
Marschall, Elizabeth Ann. 1991. Brook trout response to a changing environment: Population
consequences of growth and survival effects. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of
Zoology, North Carolina State University. 151p. J. Francis Allen Scholarship for
outstanding doctoral student in fisheries, American Fisheries Society, Fall 1987, EPRI
Fellowship in Population Biology, January 1989. Leslie Real. co-chair. Professor of
Ecology, Evolution and Organismic Biology, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
Fitzhugh, Gary Roger. 1993. An individual-based approach to understanding patterns of
differential growth and population size structure in juvenile southern flounder
(Paralichthys lethostigma). Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Zoology, North Carolina
State University. 200p. (EPRI Fellowship in Population Biology, January 1990).
Research Scientist, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science
Center, Panama City, FL.
Crawford, Maurice Kent. 1996. Habitat heterogeneity in seagrass meadows: Effects on
estuarine fish populations. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Zoology, North Carolina
State University, (EPRI Fellowship in Population Biology, May 1992). 126p. James F.
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Gilliam, co-chair. Professor of Biology, Elizabeth City State University, North
Carolina.
Heppell, Selina Saville. 1998. Eigenvalue elasticity analysis of species life histories for
conservation and management: Methods and applications. Ph.D., Department of
Zoology, Duke University. 162p. NSF Graduate Fellowship, Fall 1991. Professor of
Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University, Corvallis.
Diamond-Tissue, Sandra Lynn. 1999. The population-level impacts of shrimp trawl bycatch
on Atlantic croaker. Ph.D, Department of Zoology, North Carolina State University.
279p. NSF Graduate Fellowship, Fall 1993; J. Francis Allen Scholarship for the
outstanding doctoral student in fisheries, American Fisheries Society Fall 1996;
Resources for the Future, Joseph L. Fisher Dissertation Fellowship Fall 1997. Jim
Rice, co-chair. Professor of Biology, Texas Tech University, Lubbock.
Eby, Lisa Ann. 2001. Response of a fish community to frequent and infrequent disturbances in
an estuarine ecosystem. Ph.D., University Program in Ecology, Duke University. 276p.
J. Francis Allen Scholarship for the outstanding doctoral student in fisheries, American
Fisheries Society Fall 1999. Associate Professor, Wildlife Biology, University of
Montana, Missoula.
Craig, J. Kevin. 2001. Effects of large-scale hypoxia on the distribution of brown shrimp
(Farfantepenaeus aztecus) and Atlantic croaker (Micropogonias undulatus) in the
Northwestern Gulf of Mexico. 223p. Ph.D., University Program in Ecology, Duke
University. Research Assistant Professor, Florida State University Marine Laboratory,
Research Scientist, NOAA, Beaufort, NC.
Lyman, Sean James. 2002. Reproductive behavior and demographic variability in the bicolor
damselfish, Stegastes partitius. Ph.D., Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth
Sciences, Duke University. Co-advised with Bill Kirby-Smith. Medical School, UNC
Chapel Hill.
Snover, Melissa Louise. 2002. Estimation of age, detection of habitat shifts, and the
implications of growth rate variability on population dynamics for loggerhead and
Kemp’s ridley sea turtles. Ph.D. student, University Program in Ecology, Duke
University. Research Scientist, Denali National Park & Preserve, National Park
Service.
Figueira, William Franklin. 2002. Metapopulation dynamics of coral reef fish: Understanding
habitat, demography, and connectivity in source-sink systems. Ph.D., University
Program in Ecology, Duke University. Assistant Professor, University of Sydney.
Hart, Kristen Marie. 2005. Integrating ecology, genetics, and demography of the diamondback
terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin): Taking a multidisciplinary approach to conserving
small populations. Ph.D. student, University Program in Ecology, Duke University.
Research Ecologist, US Geological Survey, Florida Integrated Science Center,
Davie, FL.
Jenkins, Lekelia Danielle. 2006. The invention and adoption of conservation technology to
successfully reduce bycatch in protected marine species. Ph.D. student, Nicholas
School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University (NSF Graduate
Fellowship, Fall 1997). Smith Fellow, University of Washington, Seattle, Assistant
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Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, University of Washington,
Seattle.
Stewart, Kelly R. 2007. Establishment and growth of a sea turtle rookery: The population
biology of the leatherback in Florida. Ph.D. student, Nicholas School of the
Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University. NRC Post-Doc, Southwest
Fisheries Science Center, La Jolla.
Shackeroff, Janna Michelle. 2008. Historical ecology of Kona Coast coral reefs: The
contribution of traditional, local, and scientific ecological knowledge to understanding
biophysical and anthropogenic change. Ph.D. student, Nicholas School of the
Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University (Fall 2003). International
Coordinator, NOAA's Coral Reef Conservation Program, Washington, DC.
Neely, Karen Lynn. 2008. Influence of substrate on coral reef fish communities. Ph.D. student,
University Program in Ecology, Duke University (Fall 2002). Project Officer, Benthic
Ecologist—Falkland Islands Shallow Marine Program. Falkland Islands Government
Fisheries Department and Falklands Conservation, Stanley, Falkland Islands.
Hazen, Elliott Lee, 2008. Prey distributions and trophic interactions in oceanographically
dynamic systems. Ph.D. student, University Program in Ecology, Duke University (Fall
2003). Research Scientist, NOAA Environmental Research Division, Laboratory,
Pacific Grove.
Claudia Leonor Peñaloza Chacín. 2010. Towards sustainable harvest of sideneck river turtles
(Podocnemis spp.) in the Middle Orinoco, Venezuela. Ph.D. student, Nicholas School
of the Environment, Duke University (Fulbright Scholarship, Fall 2003). USFWS
Gainesville, FL
Thorne, Lesley. 2010. Seabird foraging in oceanographic features. Ph.D. student, University
Program in Ecology, Duke University (Fall 2005), co-chair with Andy Read. Lecturer,
Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY.
Turnipseed, Mary. 2011. Re-imagining the Public Trust Doctrine to conserve U.S. ocean
ecosystems. Ph.D. student, University Program in Ecology, Duke University (Fall
2006). Program officer, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Palo Alto, CA.
Kelez, Shaleyla. 2011. Bycatch and foraging ecology of sea turtles in the Eastern Pacific.
Ph.D. student, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University (Fulbright
Scholarship, Fall 2005). Research Scientist, Ecoceanica, Peru.
Bjorkland, Rhema Hyacinth. 2011. An assessment of sea turtle, marine mammal, and seabird
bycatch in the wider Caribbean region. Ph.D. student, Nicholas School of the
Environment, Duke University (Latin American and Caribbean Fellowship, Fall 2005).
NOAA Pacific Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Seattle, WA.
Gopnik, Morgan. 2013. From the forest to the sea: Lessons in managing public space. Ph.D.
student, Marine Science and Conservation, NSOE. Duke University (Fall 2009).
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Finkbeiner, Elena. 201-. Survival and sustainability in small-scale Mexican fisheries: A crossscale examination of resilience in marine social-ecological systems. Ph.D. student,
Biology, Stanford University (Fall 2009).
Wojakowski, Maria. 201-. Spatial ecology of the green turtle (Chelonia mydas) of El Nuro,
Peru. Ph.D. student, Biology, Stanford University (NSF Graduate Fellowship, Fall
2010).
Brooks, Cassandra. 201-. Ph.D. student. E-IPER, Stanford University (Fall 2012).
Frawley, Tim. 201-. Ph.D. student, Biology, Stanford University (Fall 2013).
M.S.
Wright, Russell Alan. 1989. The effects of flounder predation on the survival and growth of
juvenile spot: An experimental approach. M.S. Thesis, Department of Zoology, North
Carolina State University, 93p. (Ph.D. Zoology 1994, University of Wisconsin) .
Professor, Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures, Auburn University,
Auburn, AL.
Heppell, Selina Saville. 1993. Deterministic matrix models for endangered species
management. M.S. thesis, Department of Zoology, North Carolina State University,
94p. (NSF Fellowship, Fall 1991). Professor, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries,
Oregon State University, Corvallis.
McCollum, Elizabeth Walker. 1993. Direct and indirect effects of fish and snails on the
freshwater littoral zone periphyton. M.S. Thesis, Department of Zoology, North
Carolina State University. 127p. (NSF Graduate Fellowship, Fall 1991).
Cowell, Lindsay Grey. 1995. The role of prenatal androgen exposure in regulating small
mammal population cycles: A model analysis. M.S. Thesis, Biomathematics Graduate
Program, North Carolina State University. 56p. Winner of Lucas Award for
outstanding graduate research in biomathematics. Lindsay received her Ph.D. with
Tom Kepler in the Biomathematics Graduate Program, NCSU and is now a researcher
at Duke University Medical Center.
Quinlan, John Andrew. 1996. Life history and environment of Atlantic menhaden (Brevoortia
tyrannus) and identification of sensitive life history parameters through analysis of a
deterministic model. M.S. thesis, Department of Zoology, North Carolina State
University. John received his Ph.D. from UNC-CH (Cisco Werner) and is now
Assistant Professor at Rutgers University’s Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences.
Vlasich, Joanna Rae. 1997. A modeling investigation of the reduction of HIV concentration
during acute infection. Master of Arts in Biomathematics, North Carolina State
University, Kenneth Pollock, co-chair. Biostatistician with Biomedical consulting firm
in Chapel Hill, NC.
McClellan, Catherine Marie. 2001. Effects of hypoxia on the habitat use of southern flounder
Paralichthys lethostigma in a North Carolina estuary. Catherine completed her Ph.D.
with Andy Read at Duke University Marine Laboratory.
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Valentine, Angeline. 2007. Captive marine animals for education and display: Awareness and
perceptions in Belize. Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University (Fall
2005). Angie is Associate Director of Oak Foundation-Belize.
M.E.M.
Bath, Gretchen Elizabeth. 1996. A comparative analysis of six Atlantic coast fishery
management plans and their effect on sustaining marine fisheries. Master of
Environmental Management, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University.
Research Scientist, NOAA, Beaufort Laboratory.
McGee (Shropshire), Leslie-Ann. 1996. The role of geographic information system (GIS)
technology in marine aquaculture development: A bluefin tuna case study. Master of
Environmental Management, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University.
Massachusetts Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Environmental Law, Boston,
MA.
Pentony, Michael William. 1996. An assessment of commercial harvesting impacts on the
Channel Islands National Park populations of the red sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus
franciscanus. Master of Environmental Management, Nicholas School of the
Environment, Duke University. Fishery Analyst, New England Fishery Management
Council, Saugus, MA.
*Menzel, Todd Robert. 1997. Shark conservation and management with an emphasis on west
coast species. Master of Environmental Management, Nicholas School of the
Environment, Duke University.
*McDaniel (Upite), Carrie Jane. 1998. A spatial analysis of sea turtle abundance and
shrimping intensity in the Gulf of Mexico: Recommendations for conservation and
management. Master of Environmental Management, Nicholas School of the
Environment, Duke University. Researcher, Protected Species Division, NMFS,
Northeast Regional Office, Boston.
*Schick (Kenney), Amy Michelle. 1998. Lessons from the past: Cultural and biological
changes influencing the Lake Erie ecosystem and fisheries management. Master of
Environmental Management, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University.
Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions.
*Walton (McCarthy), Heather Picot. 1998. Synthesizing science and policy to reduce the
probability of marine biological invasions due to ballast water discharge in the port of
Morehead City, North Carolina. Master of Environmental Management, Nicholas
School of the Environment, Duke University. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
Fellowship-- Nonindigeneous Species Research, Fall 1997, Link
Foundation/Smithsonian Institution Graduate Fellowship, Smithsonian Marine Station,
Fort Pierce, FL, Fall 1999. Senior Scientist, Ecological Associates, Inc., Jensen Beach,
FL.
White, Erin Patricia. 1998. Management options for reducing atmospheric nitrogen levels in
eastern North Carolina. Master of Environmental Management, Nicholas School of the
Environment, Duke University. Research Fellow, Center for Transportation and the
Environment, Fall 1997. Superfund Technical Assistance and Response Team, Ecology
and Environment, Inc., Chicago.
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*Hart, Kristen Marie. 1999. Declines in diamondbacks: Terrapin population modeling and
implications for management. Master of Environmental Management, Nicholas School
of the Environment, Duke University. Research Scientist, USGS, St. Petersburg, FL.
*Selberg, Carrie. 1999. Environmental variation and low oxygen on the Neuse River:
Responses of crabs and crabbers. Master of Environmental Management, Nicholas
School of the Environment, Duke University. Fisheries Habitat Specialist, Atlantic
States Marine Fisheries Commission, Washington, DC.
Shoji, Noriko L. 1999. Geospatial analysis of commercial trawl intensity within the Olympic
coast National Marine Sanctuary. Master of Environmental Management, Nicholas
School of the Environment, Duke University. Oceanographer, NOAA/NOS, Silver
Spring, MD.
*Anderson (Freeman), Sloan Kathryn. 2000. An survey of stakeholders: Recommendations for
aquaculture best management practices (BMPs) in Florida. Master of Environmental
Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University.
President, Geodynamics, Inc., Atlantic Beach, NC.
Beardsley, Kate Elizabeth. 2000. Hemoglobin configuration and oxygen affinity under
environmental stress: External variables impacting internal features. Master of
Environmental Management (Ecotoxicology), Nicholas School of the Environment,
Duke University. (co-chaired with Celia Bonaventura). EPA, San Francisco.
TePas, Kristin Marie. 2000. An ecological and social evaluation of the proposed bloater
(Coregonus hoyi) reintroduction into Lake Ontario. Master of Environmental
Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University. Illinois
Natural History Survey.
Goldman, Rebecca L. 2000. Etiology of lesions on Atlantic menhaden (Brevoortia tyrannus)
in the lower Neuse River Estuary: Temporal, spatial, and environmental correlates.
Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment,
Duke University. (co-chair with Dan Rittschof). Ph.D. student, Hopkins Marine
Station, Stanford University.
*Mooreside, Peter Douglas. 2000. Integration of physical oceanography with spatio-temporal
patterns of stranded sea turtles in North Carolina. Master of Environmental
Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University. NC
Division of Marine Fisheries, Morehead City, NC.
Barnas, Katherine A. 2001. The hurricanes of 1999: The effects on fisheries and fishers in the
Neuse River and Pamlico Sound. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal),
Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University. Researcher, Northwest
Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service, Seattle.
Dermer, Phyllis. 2001. Making it work: Enforcement issues in marine protected areas. Master
of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke
University. Environmental Education Specialist, NOAA MPA Center, Silver Spring,
MD.
*Etnoyer, Peter J. 2001. Marine protected area siting for coral reefs in a large marine
ecosystem. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the
Environment, Duke University. Research Associate, Marine Conservation Biology
Institute, Redmond, WA. Ph.D. student Texas A&M University.
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Cluse, Wendy M. 2002. Boat activity and sea turtle mortality: Exploring the severity of the
problem in North Carolina waters. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal),
Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University. Assistant Sea Turtle Program
Coordinator, NC Wildlife Resources Commission, Beaufort NC 28516.
Hoshino, Eriko. 2002. Assessment of the spatial and temporal relationship between the
targeted species of pelagic longline fisheries and its prey species distribution. Master of
Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke
University.
Long, Kristen J. 2002. A characterization of the global pelagic longline fishery as a first step in
developing effective bycatch management strategies. Master of Environmental
Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University. (CoAdvisor with Dan Rittschof). Researcher, Office of Protected Resources, NOAA,
Silver Spring, MD.
Macal, Jennifer M. 2002. Potential effects of hypoxia on shrimpers & implications for red
snapper bycatch in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico. Master of Environmental
Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University. (CoAdvisor with Mike Orbach). Presidential Management Intern, NOAA Restoration
Center, Damage Assessment and Research Program, Silver Spring, MD.
Marsh, Jesse C. 2002. Reducing sea turtle damage to crab pots using a low-profile design in
Core Sound, North Carolina. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal),
Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University. Senior Research Analyst,
Seafood Watch, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, CA.
McConaghy, Christine. 2002. Do keystone species deserve special protection? Towards a more
ecosystem-based approach to fisheries management. Master of Environmental
Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University.
Pollack, Jeffrey A. 2002. The potential adaptive significance of hemoglobin polymorphism in
Atlantic croaker, Micropogonias undulatus. Master of Environmental Management
(Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University.
Treece, Andrea Arnold. 2002. A proposed approach to reducing longline bycatch on the high
seas: Balancing unilateral trade leverage with multilateral cooperation. Master of
Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke
University. Research Fellowship, EPA, Boston, MA.
Fahey, Colleen. 2002. Testing a short-cut for managing species with minimal demographic
data. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the
Environment, Duke University.
Freeman, Kate. 2003. Distribution of highly migratory marine mammals and seabirds in the
eastern north Pacific: Are existing marine protected areas in the right place? Master of
Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke
University.
Mangel. Jeffery C. 2003. Spatial and temporal haul out patterns of the Hawaiian monk seal
(Monachus schauislandi) at Midway Atoll, 1997-2000. Master of Environmental
Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University.
Researcher, NGO in Peru.
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Pee, Daphne. 2003. Establishing deep-sea marine protected areas: habitats, threats, and
protection considerations. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas
School of the Environment, Duke University.
Rush, Matthew D. 2003. An evaluation of nest relocation as a loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta
caretta) management technique in North Carolina. Master of Environmental
Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University.
Shiveley, Eliza B. 2003. The effects of dredging and trawling on continental shelf sediment
biogeochemistry. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of
the Environment, Duke University.
Abbott, Kelsey. 2004. An analysis of body condition in southern resident killer whales.
Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment
and Earth Sciences, Duke University.
Calcari, Meaghan. 2004. Indigenous marine tenure in a common-pool framework: A
Philippine case study. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas
School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University. Program Officer,
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
Chan, Valerie. 2004. Spatial and temporal trends in sea turtle strandings in North Carolina,
1980-2003. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the
Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University.
Hodge, Christina. 2004. Mark-recapture estimation of the leatherback nesting population at
Matura Beach, Trinidad. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas
School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University.
Prosser, Christopher. 2004. Preliminary delineation of shark nursery grounds in two South
Carolina estuaries. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School
of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University.
Shifflett, Scott. 2004. Analysis of the Department of Defense’s policies toward protected
species. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the
Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University.
Cornet, Jacquelyn L. 2004. Marine mammals and the effects of noise: Facts about potential
acoustic signals and the potential impacts of human sound sources. Master of
Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth
Sciences, Duke University.
Innes, Wilhelmina S. 2005. Spatial and temporal trends in survival rates of captive marine
animals: Differences in life expectancy among institutions and by decade. Master of
Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth
Sciences, Duke University.
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Leiterman, Lindsay A. 2005. Management plan for the protection of sea turtles nesting on
Puerto Rico’s undeveloped beaches. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal),
Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University.
Wicker, Jim. 2005. Smart Seafood: Sustainable Seafood in Carteret County. Master of
Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth
Sciences, Duke University.
Naomi Avissar. 2006. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of
the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University. Associate Program Biologist
with the NJ Dept. of Environmental Protection.
Grange, Katey C. 2006. Who gets the menhaden? An analysis of Atlantic menhaden fisheries
management in the context of increasing striped bass populations. Master of
Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth
Sciences, Duke University. Environmental scientist, ENTRIX, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia
30328
Greene, Emily. 2006. Managing the North Carolina blue crab fishery: Engaging fishermen in
the analysis of soft and peeler crab regulations. Master of Environmental Management
(Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University.
Kenney, Colleen. 2006. Community-based management strategies for Georges Bank cod,
American lobster, and spiny lobster. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal),
Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University.
Geis, Scott. 2006. Ground water contamination in North Carolina private wells: Socioeconomics and geology. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas
School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University.
Barnes, E. Kate. 2007. Shifts in the Benguela ecosystem and recommendations for protecting
Namibia’s fishery economy. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas
School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University.
Lester, Lori A. 2007. Tracking terrapins through genetic analysis: Multilocus assignment tests
shed light on origin of turtles sold in markets. Master of Environmental Management
(Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University.
Ph.D. student Lehigh University.
Roth, Kelly R. 2007. Can the last deep sea Oculina coral reefs be saved? A management
analysis of the Oculina habitat area of particular concern. Master of Environmental
Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke
University.
Saladin, Nicole L. 2007. Using surveys and satellite telemetry to assess post-nesting female
loggerhead sea turtle habitats in North Carolina waters. Master of Environmental
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Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke
University.
Ancha, Linette. 2008. Collateral Damage: Bycatch of Long-Lived Species (Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles, and Sea Birds) in the Mediterranean and Black Seas. Master of
Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke
University.
Rafferty, Anthony. 2008. Quantifying the Monetary Loss Associated with Seal and Dogfish
Predation in Gillnets. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas
School of the Environment, Duke University.
Sutherland, Lynn. 2008. Do National Marine Sanctuaries Conserve Habitat? A Case Study of
the Channel Islands, Flower Garden Banks, and Stellwagen Bank National Marine
Sanctuaries. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the
Environment, Duke University.
Finkbeiner, Elena. 2009. Establishing a socio-economic baseline for sea turtle conservation
tourism in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Master of Environmental Management
(Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University.
Munoz-Nunez, Daylin. 2009. The Caribbean spiny lobster fishery in Cuba: An approach to
sustainable fishery management. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal),
Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University.
Bowers, Matt. 2010. Phenological shifts in loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) first nesting
dates. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the
Environment, Duke University.
Fieseler, Clare. 2010. Does protection cultivate more resilient reefs? Assessing the long-term
effects of Belize’s no-take management zones on the post-disturbance recovery of
corals. Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the
Environment, Duke University.
Lee, TyAnn. 2010. Uncharted waters: Open ocean critical habitat designation for Pacific
leatherback sea turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) under the endangered species act.
Master of Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment,
Duke University.
Peavey, Lindsey. 2010. Predicting Pelagic Habitat with Presence-only Data using Maximum
Entropy for Olive Ridley Sea Turtles in the Eastern Tropical Pacific. Master of
Environmental Management (Coastal), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke
University.
GRADUATE COMMITTEES
Rolando Edra, M.L.S., Zoology, NCSU, 1985
Kathy D. DePatra, M.S., Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, NCSU, 1987
Mary L. Moser, Ph.D., Zoology, NCSU, 1987
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Jeff Phillips, M.S., Zoology, NCSU, 1987
Melinda LaBranche, M.S., Zoology, NCSU, 1988
Gary Maillet, M.S. Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, NCSU, 1988
John Witzig, Ph.D., Zoology, NCSU, 1988
Larry D. Moy, M.S., Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, NCSU, 1989
Tracy Johnson, M.S., Entomology, NCSU, 1990
V. Pernell Lewis, Ph.D., Zoology, NCSU, 1990
Nancy J. O'Connor, Ph.D., Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, NCSU, 1990
Donna Lynn Barker, M.S. Zoology, NCSU, 1991
Anne S. Hellkamp, M.S. Zoology, NCSU, 1991
John S. Burke, Ph.D. Zoology, NCSU, 1991
Stephen W. Ross, Ph.D. Zoology, NCSU, 1992
Deborah T. Everitt, M.S. Botany, NCSU, 1992
Phumelele Gama, M.S. Botany, NCSU, 1992
W. Judson Kenworthy, Ph.D. Zoology, NCSU, 1992
Thomas D. Shahady, Ph.D. Zoology, NCSU, 1992
Lynn M. Heatherly, M.S. Zoology, NCSU, 1993
Virginia L. Coleman, M.S. Botany, NCSU, 1993
Susan M. Zwicker, M.S. Zoology, NCSU, 1995
Margaret F. Rawls, M.S. NSOE, Duke University, 1996
Michael Mascia, Ph.D. NSOE, Duke University, 2000
Kristian Parker, Ph.D. NSOE, Duke University, 2000
Christine C. Damiani, Ph.D. Zoology, Duke University, 2000
Tara Cox, Ph.D. NSEES, Duke University, 2003
Damon Gannon, Ph.D. Ecology, Duke University, 2003
Caterina D’Argrosa, Ph.D. NSEES, Duke University, 2004
Dave Johnston, Ph.D. NSEES, Duke University, 2004
Andrew Westgate, Ph.D. NSEES, Duke University, 2005
Leigh Torres, Ph.D. NSEES, Duke University, 2007
Vicky Thayer, Ph.D. NSEES, Duke University, 2007
Catherine McClellan, Ph.D. NSOE, Duke University, 2009
Margaret Peloso, Ph.D. NSOE, Duke University, 2010
Jesse Hastings, Ph.D. NSOE, Duke University, 2011.
Rebecca L. Gruby, Ph.D. NSOE, Duke University, 2013
GRADUATE COMMITTEES AT OTHER UNIVERSITIES
Yves La Fontaine, Ph.D. Biology, McGill University, Montreal 1987
Daniel Soluk, Ph.D. Zoology, University of Toronto, Erindale 1988
Francis Juanes, Ph.D. Marine Science, SUNY, Stony Brook 1992
Douglas Frank Bertram, Ph.D. Biology, McGill University, Montreal 1993
Jennifer H. Parker, M.S. Biology, UNC-Chapel Hill 1994
Leopoldo Miranda, M.S. Zoology, NCSU, 1995
Braden R. McCollum, M.S. Zoology, NCSU, 1996
Daniel A. Fiscus, M.S. Ecology, NCSU, 1997
John J. Stachowicz, Ph.D. Biology, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1998
James Randolph Jackson, Ph.D. Zoology, NCSU 1998
Brian Joseph Burke, M.S. Zoology, NCSU 1998
Katherine Potak Zehfuss, Ph.D. Zoology, NCSU 1999
Erik E Sotka, Ph.D. Biology, UNC-Chapel Hill, 2001
Jonathan Grabowski, Ph.D. Biology, UNC-Chapel Hill, 2002
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Lisa M. Manning, Ph.D. Biology, UNC-Chapel Hill, 2003
Galen Johnson, Ph.D. Biology, UNC-Chapel Hill, 2006
Hoyt Peckham, Ph.D. Marine Science, University of California, Santa Cruz, 2009
Colette Wabnitz, Ph.D. Geography, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 2010
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