Professor / Chairperson
SMAST / Fisheries Oceanography
School for Marine Science & Technology East, New Bedford 127
|1982||Zhejiang Ocean University||B.Eng.|
|1987||University of Aberdeen Scotland||PhD|
- Fish Behavior and Conservation Engineering
- Conservation in World Marine Capture Fisheries
- Intercampus Marine Science Programs MS, PhD
- Marine Science and Technology MS
- Marine Science and Technology PhD
- University of São Paulo Dual PhD PhD
- Reducing bycatch and discards in New England Multispecies trawl fishery
- Reducing bycatch in scallop fishery
- Improving utilization of healthy fish stocks
- $ 396,311 awarded by Bureau of Ocean Energy Management for Exploring the Connectivity Among Offshore Wind Turbines
- $ 207,695 awarded by National Fish And Wildlife Foundation | AIS, INC for Integrating an Intelligent Discard Chute into New England Groundfish Electronic Monitoring (MA)
- $ 505,446 awarded by Mayflower Wind for 2022 Mayflower Wind Trawl Survey
- $ 92,404 awarded by Massachusetts Institute of Technology for Incorporating Image Recognition and Machine Learning into the NE Multispecies Groundfish Electronic Programs to Quantify Species and Sizes of Discards
- $ 185,360 awarded by ORSTED for Pre-Coordination: Trawl Fisheries Monitoring for Revolution Wind 01 and Sunrise Wind 01 Offshore Wind Farms
- Sustainable fisheries
- Fish behavior near fishing gear
- Environmentally friendly fishing gear design
- Evaluating and reducing fishing impact
- He, P. (2010).
Behavior of Marine Fishes: Capture Process and Conservation Challenges
- O’Connell, C. P., S.Y. Hyun, S.H. Gruber, and P. He (2015).
Effects of barium-ferrite permanent magnets on great hammerhead shark Sphyrna mokarran behavior and implications for future conservation technologies
Endangered Species Research, 26, 243-256.
- He, P., C. Rillahan and V. Balzano (2015).
Reduced Herding of Flounders by Floating Bridles: Application in Gulf of Maine Northern Shrimp Trawls to Reduce Bycatch
ICES Journal of Marine Sciences, 72, 1514-1524.
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- May 30, 2021 Fisheries Oceanography professors receive $1M to assess fisheries and ecosystem impact of the soon-to-be-built wind farms offshore of Southern New England