Steven Cadrin

Professor

SMAST / Fisheries Oceanography

508-910-6358

508-910-6396

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SMAST EAST (836 South Rodney French Blvd, New Bedford) 121


Education

1985 Long Island University B.S.
1995 University of Massachusetts Dartmouth M.S.
2003 University of Rhode Island Ph.D

Research interests

  • General fisheries science that is relevant to resource management
  • Population modeling of fishery resources
  • Spatial population structure and movement
  • Collaborative research with fishermen

Research activities

  • “Scallop bycatch avoidance,” Scallop RSA, $152,765, PI
  • “Tagging and age validation of monkfish,” Monkfish RSA, $151,200, PI
  • “Cod spawning dynamics,” NOAA, $89,639, Co-PI
  • “Bluefin tuna research program,” NOAA, $64,608, Co-PI
  • “Industry-based survey of black sea bass,” Mid-Atlantic RSA, $25,000, Co-PI

Select publications

Cadrin, S.X (2014).
Don’t Believe Your Model Results
Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for the Next Generation of Professionals

Cadrin, S.X (2014).
Fisheries Conservation and Management
Encyclopedia of Natural Resources

Cadrin, S.X., W. Clark, and D. Ricard (2014).
Population dynamics and management of flatfish
Flatfishes: Biology and Exploitation 2nd edition

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