As diverse as the faculty at IMS may be in their respected areas of research and schooling, they share a common characteristic that makes our program so academically unique: each one is a world-renowned, top-notch professor. The breadth of knowledge and devotion to all aspects of science not only add to the content of our program, it prepares our students for a life-long career in marine science.
**Disclaimer: Condensed CVs for IMS. For a full CV, please contact the professor.**
Chief Scientist Green Turtle Research Project, Caribbean Conservation Corp, Tortuguero, Costa Rica, 1987.
Current Research Support:
Bjorndal, K.A., Bowen, B.W., Chaloupka, M., Crowder, L.B., Heppell, S., Jones, C.M., Lutcavage, M.E., Policansky, D., Solow, A.R., and B.E. Witherington. 2011. Better science can guide restoration in the Gulf of Mexico. Science 331:537-538.
Cooke, S.J., Hinch, S.G., Lucas, M.C. and M. Lutcavage. Biotelemetry and Biologging Techniques for Fish. Fisheries Techniques, Third Edition. American Fisheries Society. In press.
Goñi, N., Logan, J., Arrizabalaga, H., Jarry, M. and M. Lutcavage 2011. Variability of albacore (Thunnus alalunga) diet in the North-East Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea. Marine Biology: 158: 1057-1072.
Hoolihan, J., Luo, J., Abascal, F.J., Campana, S.E., DeMetrio, G., Dewar, H., Domeier, M.L., Howey, L.A., Lutcavge, M.E., Musyl, M.K. Neilson, J.D., Orbesen, E.S., Prince, E.D., and J. R. Rooker. 2011. Evaluating post-release behaviour modification in large pelagic fishes deployed with
pop-up satellite archival tags. ICES Journal of Marine Science.
Musy, M.K., Domeier, M.L., Nasby-Lucas, N., Brill, R.W., McNaughotn, L. M., Swimmer, J.Y., Lutcavage, M., Wilson, S.G., Galuardi, B., and J.B. Liddle. 2011. Performance of pop-up satellite archival tags. MEPS. doi: 10.3354/meps09202.