Shark & Tuna Science, Machine Learning, Spatial Models San Carlos, California

PostDoctoral Researcher @ Heithaus Lab & Papastamatiou Lab, Florida International University, Collating & modelling the ecological role of elasmobranchs.

PostDoctoral Researcher @ Block Lab, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, modelling drivers for tuna dive behaviour.

PostDoctoral Researcher @ The Farallon Institute, developing population dynamics models for anchovy.

Researcher @ FishSource / Sustainable Fisheries Partnership, assessing stock status for international fisheries.

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.

Southampton University, UK: BSc Hons. Oceanography with Marine Biology, 2001-4.

Assistant manager & dive coordinator, La Manga Diving School in Spain, 2001.

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San Carlos, CA, USA    Teddington, UK

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Paper 14: Dedman et al. 2023. Assignment of tracks from tagged Atlantic bluefin tuna Thunnus thynnus to potential stocks using behavioural differences and habitat partitioning.

Paper 13: Aalto et al. 2023. Evidence of bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) spawning in the Slope Sea region of the Northwest Atlantic from electronic tags.

Paper 12: Yang et al. 2022. Application of UAV remote sensing technology in marine monitoring: A review.

Paper 11: Hightower et al. 2022. Population dynamics, relative abundance, and habitat suitability of adult red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) indicate vulnerability to harvest in nearshore waters of the north central Gulf of Mexico,

Paper 10: Tian et al. 2022. Can we quantify the aquatic environmental plastic load from aquaculture?

Paper 9: Quierós 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 et al. 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 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: Grimmel et al. 2020. Assessment of faunal communities and habitat use within a shallow water system using non-invasive BRUVs methodology.

Paper 7: Sydeman et al. 2020. Sixty-five years of northern anchovy population studies in the southern California Current: a review and suggestion for sensible management.

Paper 6: Drymon et al. 2020. Defining Sex-Specific Habitat Suitability for a Northern Gulf of Mexico Shark Assemblage.

Paper 5: Bangley et al. 2018. Delineation and mapping of coastal shark habitat within a shallow lagoonal estuary.

Paper 4: Dedman et al. 2017. A software tool to simplify spatial modelling and Marine Protected Area planning: presentation, CAPAM presentation, graphics, CRAN

Paper 3: Dedman et al. 2016. Towards a flexible Decision Support Tool for MSY-based Marine Protected Area design for skates and rays: presentation, graphics

Paper 2: Dedman et al. 2017. Advanced Spatial Modeling to Inform Management of Data-Poor Juvenile and Adult Female Rays: graphics

Paper 1: Dedman et al. 2015.  Modelling abundance hotspots for data-poor Irish Sea rays: presentation, graphics

Dissertations: Doctoral, Masters, Bachelors