Lynn Waterhouse is a PhD student in Dr. Brice Semmens lab at Scripps Institute of Oceanography. Herresearch focuses on the development of quantitative models for studying population biology and ecology, with an emphasis on fisheries. She is currently working on projects involving a stock assessment of white seabass for the state of California; estimating Nassau grouper population size at a spawning aggregation in the Cayman Islands using diver recorded resightings of tags; and estimating population sizes of salmonid species in rivers in the Pacific Northwest using PIT tags. She will be using the Clark Hubbs Research Award to present at the AFS meeting in Quebec, describing the application of mark-resight models using diver tabulated tag counts to estimate population sizes of Nassau Grouper at a spawning aggregation.
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