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Terrance Quinn

Professor

Fisheries Population and Biometry
College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
Fisheries Division
317 Lena Point bldg. , 17101 Point Lena Loop Rd
Juneau, AK 99801-8344
(907)796-5457
(907) 796-5447
Education
Mathematics University of Colorado
B.A.
1973
University of Washington
M.S., Fisheries
1977
UnIversity of Washington
Ph.D., Biomathematics
1980
Curriculum Vitae
Publications
Zaleski, A., Atkinson, S., Burkanov, B., Quinn, T. II.. 2014. The effect of environmental contaminants on western Steller sea lion survival and movement. Sci. Total Environ.. 490:561-569.

P. J. F. Hulson, T. J. Quinn II, D. H. Hanselman and J. Ianelli. 2013. Spatial modeling of Bering Sea walleye pollock with integrated age-structured assessment models in a changing environment Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci.. DOI 10.1139/cjfas-2013-0020 doi: 10.1139/cjfas-2013-0020

T. P. Quinn, C. J. Sergeant, A. H. Beaudreau and D. A. Beauchamp. 2012. Spatial and temporal patterns of vertical distribution for three planktivorous fishes in Lake Washington Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 21:337-348. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0633.2012.00554.x

Quinn, T.P., C.J. Sergeant, A.H. Beaudreau, D.A. Beauchamp. 2012. Spatial and temporal patterns of vertical distribution for three planktivorous fishes in Lake Washington. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 21:337-348.

P. J. F. Hulson, D. H. Hanselman and T. J. Quinn, II. 2012. Determining effective sample size in integrated age-structured assessment models ICES Journal of Marine Science. 69(2):281-292.

T. Quinn, II. 2012. Encyclopedia of Environmetrics Second Edition. Population dynamics Ed. A.-H. El-Shaarawi and W. Piegorsch. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, doi: 10.1002/9780470057339.vap028.pub2

P. J. F. Hulson, S. E. Miller, J. N. Ianelli and T. J. Quinn. 2011. Including mark-recapture data into a spatial age-structured model: walleye pollock (Theragra chakogramma) in the eastern Bering Sea Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 68(9):1625-1634.

P. J. F. Hulson, D. H. Hanselman and T. J. Quinn. 2011. Effects of process and observation errors on effective sample size of fishery and survey age and length composition using variance ratio and likelihood methods Ices Journal of Marine Science. 68(7):1548-1557.

J. Barlow, J. Calambokidis, E. A. Falcone, C. S. Baker, A. M. Burdin, P. J. Clapham, J. K. B. Ford, C. M. Gabriele, R. LeDuc, D. K. Mattila, T. J. Quinn, L. Rojas-Bracho, J. M. Straley, B. L. Taylor, J. Urban, P. Wade, D. Weller, B. H. Witteveen and M. Ya. 2011. Humpback whale abundance in the North Pacific estimated by photographic capture-recapture with bias correction from simulation studies Marine Mammal Science. 27(4):793-818.

D. R. Goethel, T. J. Quinn and S. X. Cadrin. 2011. Incorporating Spatial Structure in Stock Assessment: Movement Modeling in Marine Fish Population Dynamics Reviews in Fisheries Science. 19(2):119-136.

Specialties
  • fish population dynamics
  • estimation of animal and fish abundance
  • statistical time series analysis and sampling theory
  • renewable resource management systems
  • short courses on spreadsheet applications of population dynamics
Current Research Projects
  • Sablefish Stock Assessment
  • Time-varying Natural Mortality of Groundfish
  • Examining strategies for management of western and eastern Bering Sea pollock (with Dr. Criddle)
  • Constructing a spatial model for sablefish in the North Pacific and using it to evaluate alternative harvest strategies that take into account movement
  • Developing a run timing model for Chinook salmon in the Yukon River for in-season management (with Dr. Adkison)
  • Developing a time series of humpback whale abundance in Prince William Sound and using it in a population dynamics model for Pacific herring to quantify one component of natural mortality
  • Combining population dynamics and population genetics models for Gulf of Alaska Pacific ocean perch (with Dr. Gharrett)
  • Codifying injuries to Bering Sea skates as bycatch in the Pacific cod longline fishery
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