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Keith Criddle

Professor

Aquaculture
Fisheries Conservation
Sustainable Harvesting
Human Dimensions and Community Development
Fisheries Management
College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
Lena Point 203
17101 Lena Point Loop Road
Juneau, AK 99801
(907)796-5449
907-796-5449
Office Hours
Tuesday & Thursday
1:00-2:00
203 Lena Point Building
or by appointment
Education
University of California, Davis
Ph.D., Agricultural Economics
1989
University of California Davis
M.S., Agricultural Economics
1984
California State University Sacramento
B.S., Biological Sciences and Economics (dual major)
1982
Curriculum Vitae
Publications
Yasumiishi E, K Criddle, N Hillgruber, F Mueter, J Helle. 2015. Chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) growth and temperature indices as indicators for the year class strength of age-1 walleye pollock in the eastern Bering Sea. Fisheries Oceanography. 24:242–256. doi: 10.1111/fog.12108

Criddle KR, I Shimizu. 2014. Economic importance of wild salmon. Ed. D Noakes. Salmon: Biology, Ecological Impacts, and Economic Importance. Chapter 14:269-306. Nova Publishers,

Criddle KR, J Strong. 2014. Straddling the line: Cooperative and non-cooperative strategies for management of Bering Sea pollock. Fisheries Science . 80:193-203. doi: 10.1007/s12562-014-0722-1

Debroy P, R Jayaraman, M Krishnan, KR Criddle. 2014. Importance of Mangrove Conservation and Valuation to Women and Men–a Case Study of Pichavaram Mangroves in India. Asian Fisheries Science. 27S:79-90. .

M Makino, S Kim, A Velikanov, K Criddle, T Funamoto, M Hirota, Y Sakurai. 2014. Introduction: from the birth to the table of walleye pollock Theragra chalcogramma. Fisheries Science. 80:103-107. doi: DOI 10.1007/s12562-014-0728-8

M Pan, KR Criddle, C Severance. 2014. Guest Editors’ introduction: catch shares and Pacific Islands Region fisheries. Marine Policy. 44:1-2.

Peterson MJ, Mueter F, Criddle KR, Haynie AC. 2014. Killer whale depredation and associated costs to Alaskan sablefish, Pacific halibut and Greenland turbot longliners. PLoS ONE. 9(2): e88906. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0088906

R.M. Wadsworth, K. Criddle, and G.H. Kruse. 2014. Incorporating stakeholder input into marine research priorities for the Aleutian Islands. Ocean and Coastal Management. 98:11-19.

Strong J, KR Criddle. 2014. A market model of Eastern Bering Sea Alaska Pollock: sensitivity to fluctuations in catch and some consequences of the American Fisheries Act. North American Journal of Fisheries Management . 34:1078-1094. doi: 10.1080/02755947.2014.944678

T Essington, KR Criddle. 2014. Putting a price tag on whales: are conservation markets a viable conservation tool? Ecological Applications. 24(1):3. doi: DOI: 10.1890/13-1590.1

Strong, J., and K.R. Criddle. 2013. Fishing for Pollock in a Sea of Change: A Historical Analysis of the Bering Sea Pollock Fishery. :188. Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks, doi: https://doi.org/10.4027/fpschabspf.2013

Criddle, K.R., A.F. Amos, P. Caroll, J.M. Coe, M.J. Donohue, J.H. Harris, K. Kim, A. Macdonald, K. Metcalf, A. Rieser, and N.M. Young. 2008. Tackling Marine Debris in the 21st Century. National Research Council, National Academy Press,

Editor
2012. Fishing People of the North: Cultures, Economies, and Management Responding to Change. Ed. C. Carothers, K.R. Criddle, C.P. Chambers, P.J. Cullenberg, J.A. Fall, A.H. Himes-Cornell, J.P. Johnsen, N.S. Kimball, C.R. Menzies, and E.S. Springer. Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks, doi: https://seagrant.uaf.edu/bookstore/pubs/AK-SG-12-03.html

Specialties
  • Bioeconomics
  • Fisheries Management and Marine Policy
Current Research Projects
  • Towards a bioeconomic harvest control rule for groundfish fisheries (PCCRC)
  • Alternative visions for fisheries governance—the rights of individuals versus the interests of communities. (PCCRC)
  • Management of coupled nonstationary dynamic bioeconomic systems. (PCCRC)
  • Characterization of the salmon bycatch in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands (BSAI) pollock fisheries and its effects. (NPRB)
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