KIMBERLY L. OREMUS
Assistant Professor, School of Marine Science and Policy and Department of Economics, University of Delaware, 2018-Present
Beijer Young Scholar, Beijer Institute, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 2019 – Present
Research Collaborator, Environmental Markets Solutions Lab, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2018 – Present
Faculty Affiliate, Department of Economics, University of Delaware, 2019 – Present
Faculty Affiliate, Biden School, University of Delaware, 2020 – Present
Postdoctoral Scholar, Sustainable Fisheries Group, Bren School, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2017-2018
Ph.D. Sustainable Development, Columbia University, 2017
M.P.A. Environmental Science and Policy, Columbia University, 2011
B.S. Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University, 2005
Environmental economics and policy, Climate change, International agreements, Fisheries
Oremus, K.L., Bone, J., Costello, C., García Molinos, J., Lee, A., Mangin, T. & Salzman, J. "Governance challenges for tropical nations losing fish species due to climate change." Nature Sustainability 3, 277-280 (2020).
Oremus, K.L. "Climate variability reduces employment in New England fisheries." PNAS 116 (52) 26444-26449 (2019).
Ramesh, N., Rising, J. A. & Oremus, K. L. "The small world of global marine fisheries: The cross-boundary consequences of larval dispersal." Science 364, 1192–1196 (2019).
Meng, K. C., Oremus, K. L. & Gaines, S. D. "New England Cod Collapse and the Climate." PLoS One 11, e0158487 (2016).
Oremus, K. L., Suatoni, L. & Sewell, B. "The requirement to rebuild US fish stocks: Is it working?" Mar. Policy 47, 71–75 (2014).
Brunner, R., Ali, F., Ambel, C.C., Aquino, P., Bautista, K., Bendandi, B., Karpati, A., Lai, K., Barbour-McKellar, J., Roos, M., Rudder, N., Soergel, E. & Valencia, N. "Back to its roots: REDD+ via the Copenhagen Accord." Reconsidering Development Journal 1,1 (2010).
"Regulating Biological Resources: Lessons from Marine Fisheries in the United States," with E. Frank (U Chicago)
“Inferring spatio-temporal anchoveta stocks using catch series and plankton measurements,” with J. Rising (LSE)
Invited Conferences and Presentations:
2020: ASSA Annual Meeting, San Diego, “Regulating Biological Resources: Lessons from Marine Fisheries in the United States”
2019: Center for Environmental Economics and Policy, Columbia University, "Confronting the Challenge of Fisheries Governance in Tropical Regions"
2019: Beijer Institute, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, "International Fish Networks"
2018: Department of Economics, University of Delaware, "Climate's impact on livelihoods in New England Fisheries"
2018: Sustainable Development Research Symposium, Columbia University, "The value of transboundary fishing agreements under climate change"
2017: School of Marine Science and Policy, University of Delaware, "Fishery management in a dynamic environment "
2016: American Geophysical Union Ocean Sciences Meeting, “New England cod collapse and climate”
2014: SmarterCape Economic Summit, “Atlantic cod collapse and climate”
2013: American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, “The requirement to rebuild US fish stocks: Is it working?”
Oremus, K.L. & Birkenbach, A. “Fisheries Have a Data Infrastructure Problem.” Nature Sustainability: World Oceans Day 2020. (2020).
Oremus, K.L. “Making Fisheries a Part of Climate Talks.” Nature Sustainability: Behind the paper. (2020).
Ramesh, N., Oremus, K. L., & Rising, J. A. “A Connected Ocean: Drifting Fish Larvae Bind Nations' Marine Territories.” TheScienceBreaker. (2020).
Ramesh, N., Rising, J. A. & Oremus, K. L. “Fish larvae float across national borders, binding the world’s oceans in a single network.” The Conversation. (2019).
Referee Service: Frontiers in Marine Science, Marine Resource Economics, Nature Sustainability, Science
Economics Coupling Human and Natural Systems, graduate, University of Delaware (2019-Present)
Environmental Economics (2022-Present)