Shark & Tuna Science, Machine Learning, Spatial Models San Carlos, California
PostDoctoral Researcher @ The Farallon Institute, developing population dynamics models for anchovy.
PhD: "Spatial approaches towards achieving management targets: the case of the elasmobranch fisheries in the Irish Sea". GMIT, Ireland, 2012-17.
International Fisheries Quota Manager, Marine Management Organisation. Newcastle, UK, 2009-2012.
Programme Manager @ National Institute for Health Research. Teddington, UK, 2006-9.
Aberdeen University, UK: MRes Marine & Fisheries Science, 2004-5. Masters research project: “Preferenda and thermal event response in the juvenile Lemon shark Negaprion brevirostris in Bimini, Bahamas”, 2005.
Assistant manager & dive coordinator, La Manga Diving School in Spain, 2001.
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Paper 9: Quierós, AM, et al. 2021. Bright spots as climate - smart marine spatial planning tools for conservation and blue growth. Global Change Biology 00:1–18
Report: Drymon, JM, Jefferson, AE, Jargowsky, M, Seubert, EA, Dedman, S, Mareska, JF, Hightower, C, and Powers, SP. 2020. Understanding population dynamics of adult red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus). Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Management Council final report, grant number CTD 12-13-2019.
Report: Queirós, AM, et al. 2020. Spatial data and evidence projects, project 4: Marine spatial planning and climate change. Vulnerabilities and opportunities for Ireland’s marine ecosystem services and marine-based activities under climate change. Plymouth Marine Laboratory and ABPMer for the Marine Institute, 231 pp.
Paper 8: Assessment of faunal communities and habitat use within a shallow water system using non-invasive BRUVs methodology.
Paper 7: Sixty-five years of northern anchovy population studies in the southern California Current: a review and suggestion for sensible management.
Paper 6: Defining Sex-Specific Habitat Suitability for a Northern Gulf of Mexico Shark Assemblage.
Paper 5: Delineation and mapping of coastal shark habitat within a shallow lagoonal estuary.