QERM Student Seminar
The Winter QERM seminar (QERM 597, previously in Spring) is a required course where students present their research in front of their peers. This is an excellent opportunity to practice and get feedback from fellow students (and some faculty), as well as giving the first year students a chance to see what kinds of projects QERM students work on. For prospective students this may provide the most informative idea of what it would actually be like to be a QERM graduate student, so we'll try to get all of the talks put up here consistently.
- QERM Student Seminar/2008
- QERM Student Seminar/2009
- QERM Student Seminar/2010
- QERM Student Seminar/2011
- QERM Student Seminar/2012
2013 QERM Winter Seminar
Wednesdays, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. Mary Gates Hall Room 238
"The genetic effects of fisheries management: a management strategy evaluation for Pacific cod off Alaska."
Advisor: Prof. Andre Punt (SAFS)
"Splitting historical blue whale catches using spatial GAMs" PDF
Advisor: Prof. Trevor Branch (SAFS)
"Evaluation of various methods to estimate understory light availability in a low-light environment." PDF
Advisor: Prof. David Ford (SEFS)
"Modeling Chinook Growth and Mortality: the implications of size-selective culling" PDF
Advisor: Prof. Jim Anderson
"Automating classification of fisheries acoustics data: Quantifying uncertainty through a non-parametric Bayesian approach"
Advisor: John Horne (SAFS)
"Management strategies for sardines: A game theoretic approach" PDF
Advisor: Vince Gallucci (SAFS)
"Using aggregate biomass data to understand predation effects on surplus production PDF"