Steven X. Cadrin, PhD
SMAST / Fisheries Oceanography
School for Marine Science & Technology East, New Bedford 121
|2003||University of Rhode Island||Ph.D|
|1995||University of Massachusetts Dartmouth||M.S.|
|1985||Southampton College, Long Island University||B.S.|
- Stock Assessment of Fisheries Resources
- Stock Identification Methods
- Field Methods for Fisheries Research
- Science Communication for Research Scientists
- Fisheries Management
- Intercampus Marine Science Programs MS, PhD
- Marine Science and Technology MS
- Marine Science and Technology PhD
- Marine Science and Technology PSM
- University of São Paulo Dual PhD PhD
Instruction, demonstration and exercises in population modeling, as applied to fishery resources. First principles of population dynamics are reviewed from the perspective of model building, and several dimensions of complexity are explored. A wide range of conventional stock assessment methods are introduced, as well as several advanced topics such as multispecies assessments, ecosystem considerations, spatial structure and risk analysis.
Integration of fundamental concepts of natural science and social science relating to management of living marine resources. This course utilizes a case study of a fishery to explore how knowledge and methods from a variety of disciplines including oceanography, biology, ecology, mathematics, and economics are used together in management of marine fisheries.
- Evaluating Assessment and Management Procedures of Mixed Bluefin Tuna Stocks
- Factors Affecting Scallop Catch Rates
- Estimating Growth and Movement of Monkfish
- Intra-Stock Diversity of Atlantic Cod
- Bycatch Avoidance
- Population Dynamics
- Stock Assessment
- Collaborative Research with Fishermen
- Bycatch Estimation and Management
- Spatial Structure of Marine Populations
Cadrin SX, LA Kerr & S Mariani (2014).
Stock Identification Methods: applications in fisheries science, 2nd Edition
Elsevier Academic Press, pp. 566.
Cadrin SX & Secor DH (2009).
Accounting for spatial population structure in stock assessment: past, present and future
The Future of Fisheries Science in North America, Springer V, pp. 405-42.
Cadrin SX & M Dickey-Collas (2015).
Stock assessment methods for sustainable fisheries
ICES Journal of Marine Science, 72, pp. 1-6.