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Jeremy S. Collie
Professor of Oceanography
237A Coastal Institute
401-874-6859

Educational Background

Ph.D., Biological Oceanography
B.S., Biology
MIT/WHOI Joint Program
University of York
1985
1980

Areas of Specialization

Research

Jeremy Collie is a quantitative ecologist who specializes in fish population dynamics. He also studies the impacts of disturbance on benthic communities, predator-prey interactions, stock assessment and fisheries management.

Teaching

Jeremy Collie teaches graduate courses on fish population dynamics, fisheries oceanography, and numerical models and data analysis in ocean science.

Outreach

Jeremy Collie is a member of the Rhode Island Ocean Special Area Management Plan, Habitat Advisory Board; the ICES Working Group on Ecosystem Effects of Fishing Activities; and the New England Fishery Management Council's Scientific and Statistical Committee.

Students

Sarah Blackstock
Jason McNamee
Minho Kang
Anna Malek
Elizabeth Henderson
Nicole Lengyel
Kiersten Curti
Erin Bohaboy
Natasha Pinckard
Brian Smith
Richard Bell
Tony Wood
Rebecca Asch
David Taylor
Joseph Cofone
Jerome Hermsen
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Publications:

J.S. Collie, M-J. Rochet, and R.J. Bell. 2013. Rebuilding fish communities: the ghost of fisheries past and the virtue of patience. Ecological Applications 23: 374-391.

J.S. Collie, B. Craig., W.L. Adamowicz, M.W. Beck, T.E. Essington, D. Fluharty, J. Rice, and J.N. Sanchirico. 2013. Marine spatial planning in practice. Estuarine, Coastal, and Shelf Science 117:1-11. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecss.2012.11.010.

Collie, J.S., C. Minto, B. Worm, and R. Bell. 2013. Prerecruit predation can delay rebuilding of depleted cod stocks. Bulletin of Marine Science 89:107-122. dx.doi.org/10.5343/bms.2011.1134.

J.S. Collie, R.M. Peterman, and B.M. Zuehlke. 2012. A fisheries risk-assessment framework to evaluate trade-offs among management options in the presence of time-varying productivity. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 69:209-223.

M-J. Rochet, J.S. Collie, S. Jennings, and S.J. Hall. 2011. Does selective fishing conserve community biodiversity? Predictions from a length-based multispecies model. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 68:469-486.
 

Presentations:

Marine spatial planning in practice. ICES Annual Science Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland. 24 September 2013.

A comparative analysis of forage fish dynamics. ICES/PICES Symposium on Forage Fish Interactions, Nantes, France. 14 November 2012 (Keynote speaker).

Rebuilding fish communities: the ghost of fisheries past and the virtue of patience. American Institute of Fishery Research Biologists Sympoisum, New Bedford, Mass. 28 June 2012 (Keynote speaker).

Prerecruit predation delays rebuilding of depleted cod stocks. Mote Symposium, Sarasota, Florida, 8 November 2011.

Temporal changes in the diversity of shelf-sea fish communities. ICES Annual Science Conference, Nantes, France. 21 September 2010.


History

Member for
6 years 24 weeks