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Editor-in-Chief

Howard I. Browman
Institute of Marine Research,
Marine Ecosystem Acoustics Group,
Austevoll Research Station,
5392 Storebø,
Norway
Email: howard.browman@imr.no
Website: http://fishlarvae.com/people/howard-i-browman/
Areas of expertise: Zooplankton and ichthyoplankton behaviour and ecology; recruitment mechanisms; effects of solar ultraviolet radiation and ocean acidification on aquatic organisms and ecosystems; aquaculture and impacts of aquaculture on marine ecosystems; marine policy (ecosystem-based management; marine protected areas)

Editorial Office

Lulu Stader
Email: ices.editorialoffice@oup.com

Editors

Emory D. Anderson
22 Indian Pond Point,
PO Box 950,
Marstons Mills,
MA 02648,
USA
Email: emoryanderson@comcast.net
CV: http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/icesjms/emory_anderson_cv.pdf
Areas of Expertise: Fish stock assessment; fish population dynamics; fish and shellfish biology, age and growth; fish habitat

Ken Haste Andersen
DTU Aqua – National Institute of Aquatic Resources Centre for Ocean Life Technical
University of Denmark
Charlottenlund Slot
Jægersborg Allé 1
2920 Charlottenlund
Denmark
Email: kha@aqua.dtu.dk
Website: http://ken.haste.dk
Areas of expertise: Trait-based models of life in the ocean; size-structured models of marine ecosystems; fisheries-induced evolution.

Claire Armstrong
Norwegian College of Fishery Science,
University of Tromsø,
Tromsø,
Norway
Email: claire.armstrong@uit.no
Web: http://uit.no/ansatte/organisasjon/ansatte/person?p_document_id=41404
Areas of expertise: Natural resource economics; fisheries and ecosystem management; bioeconomic modeling; ecosystem services and their values.

Valerio Bartolino
Department of Aquatic Resources (SLU-Aqua),
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences,
45321 Lysekil,
Sweden
Email: valerio.bartolino@slu.se
Web:http://www.slu.se/en/faculties/nl/about-the-faculty/departments/department-of-aquatic-resources/kontakt/personliga-sidor/valerio-bartolino/
Areas of expertise: Fisheries oceanography; fish population ecology; fish population dynamics; spatial ecology; essential fish habitat; climate change; ecosystem effects of fishing

Steven X. Cadrin
Department of Fisheries Oceanography,
School for Marine Science & Technology,
200 Mill Road, Suite 325,
Fairhaven, MA 02719
USA
Email: SCadrin@UMassD.edu
Website: http://www.umassd.edu/media/umassdartmouth/smast/directory/facultycvs/cadrin_photocv_web_fnl.pdf
Areas of expertise: stock assessment methods; data-limited stock assessment; biological reference points; harvest control rules; management strategy evaluation; stock identification; fishery management; spatial complexity; fish movement.

Kees (C.J.) Camphuysen
Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (Royal NIOZ),
Department of Marine Ecology and Evolution (MEE),
P.O. Box 59,
1790 AB Den Burg,
Texel,
The Netherlands
Email: kees.camphuysen@nioz.nl
Website: http://www.nioz.nl/staff-detail.html?id=154037
Areas of expertise: Seabird and marine mammal foraging ecology; seabird breeding biology and demography; multi-species foraging interactions; fisheries effects on seabirds (discards, bycatch, stock depletion); bird colonies; GPS tracking of seabirds (foraging distribution and migratory movements); colour-ringing (demographical data); impact assessment of major oil spills; monitoring chronic marine oil pollution

Marta Coll
Exploited Marine Ecosystems Unit (UMR EME212) IRD - Universite Montpellier II - Ifremer Avenue Jean Monnet - CS 30171,
34203 Sète cedex,
France
Email: marta.coll@ird.fr
Website: http://csic.academia.edu/MartaColl
Areas of expertise: Indicators of ecosystem state and function; food-web models; trophic ecology; marine biodiversity; conservation biology; ecosystem effects of fishing; ecosystem-based approach to fisheries; marine protected areas.

Steven Degraer
Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences,
Operational Directorate Natural Environment,
Marine Ecology and Management Section, Gulledelle 100,
1200 Brussels,
Belgium
Email: steven.degraer@mumm.ac.be
CV: http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/icesjms/steven degraer cv.pdf
Areas of expertise: Marine biodiversity, soft and hard bottom benthos ecology, non-indigenous species, ecological impacts of offshore wind farms, environmental impact assessment, marine policy and management.

David A. Demer
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,
National Marine Fisheries Service,
Southwest Fisheries Science Center,
8604 La Jolla Shores Drive,
La Jolla, CA, 92037-1508,
USA
Email: david.demer@noaa.gov
Website: swfsc.noaa.gov/staff.aspx?id=582
Areas of expertise: Development and use of technology for economically studying the distributions, abundances, behaviours, and biotic and abiotic habitats of fish and zooplankton. Some examples include instruments, instrument platforms, and techniques for: acoustic, optical, and trawl sampling; potential habitat characterization and mapping; remote target identification; acoustic target strength estimation; and error estimation

Caroline M.F. Durif
Institute of Marine Research,
Austevoll Research Station,
5392 Storebø,
Norway
Email: caroline.durif@imr.no
Website: http://fishlarvae.com/people/caroline-durif/
Areas of expertise: Fish population dynamics; fish age and growth; fish migration; telemetry; diadromous fish; Anguilla sp.; cleaner fish (wrasse and lumpfish); magnetic orientation; numerical ecology

Carmel Finley
Oregon State University,
School of History, Philosophy, and Religion,
302C Milam Hall Corvallis, OR97331,
USA
Email: finleyc@peak.org
Website: http://oregonstate.edu/cla/shpr/node/124
Areas of expertise: History of fisheries science; fisheries in world history; Pacific maritime history; intersection of science and policy, especially in the oceans; interactions of fish, fishermen, scientists, and managers.

Wesley Flannery
School of Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering,
The Institute of Spatial and Environmental Planning,
Queen's University Belfast, Belfast
BT9 5AG
Email: w.flannery@qub.ac.uk
Website: http://pure.qub.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/wesley-flannery(e2804262-44f1-4897-bc32-316f99288656).html
Areas of expertise: Marine spatial planning; coastal management; stakeholder participation; marine governance and policy; risk communication and management.

Mark Gibbs
AECOM
Level 8, 540 Wickham Street,
Fortitude Valley,
QLD 4006,
Australia
Email: Mark.Gibbs@aecom.com
CV: http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/icesjms/mark gibbs cv.pdf
Areas of expertise: Ecological risk assessment; environmental impacts of aquaculture and fisheries.

Jonathan H. Grabowski
Northeastern University,
Department of Marine and Environmental, Sciences Marine Science Center,
430 Nahant Road,
Nahant, MA 01908,
USA 92037-1508
Email: j.grabowski@neu.edu
Website: http://www.northeastern.edu/grabowskilab/
Areas of expertise: fish community ecology; fish ageing, behavior, migration and telemetry; restoration ecology; environmental policy; ecological economics

William Stewart ('Stew') Grant
Alaska Department of Fish and Game,
333 Raspberry Road,
Anchorage, AK 99518,
USA
Email: phylogeo@gmail.com
Website: http://scholar.google.no/citations?user=3ySFyHcAAAAJ&hl=en
Areas of expertise: Molecular markers for fishery management; marine phylogeography and biogeography; population genetics of salmonids and marine organisms

Lorenz Hauser
School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences,
University of Washington,
1122 NE Boat St., Box 355020,
Seattle, WA,
USA 98195-5020
Email:lhauser@uw.edu
Website: http://fish.washington.edu/people/hauser/CV.pdf
Areas of expertise: population genetics; evolutionary genetics; phylogeography; population structure; genetic stock identification; mixed stock analyses; molecular genetics and genomics

Mikko P. Heino
Department of Biology,
Evolutionary Fisheries Ecology,
University of Bergen,
Thormøhlesgt. 53A/B, PB 7800,
5020 Bergen,
Norway
Email: mikko.heino@bio.uib.no
Website: http://www.uib.no/persons/Mikko.Heino
Areas of expertise: Evolutionary ecology; fisheries-induced evolution; population ecology; fisheries biology; fisheries management; population modelling

J. Manuel Hidalgo Roldán
Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO),
Balearic Oceanographic Centre,
Moll de Ponent s/n, 07015,
Palma,
Spain
Email: jm.hidalgo@ba.ieo.es
Web: http://www.ba.ieo.es/es/personal/12-contacts/79-hidalgo-roldan-jose-manuel
Areas of expertise: Fisheries ecology; fisheries oceanography; population dynamics; decadal variability; climate change; fishing impact; evolutionary demography; spatial ecology of fish and larvae; larval fish ecology; population connectivity; fish age and growth.

Anne Babcock Hollowed
Alaska Fisheries Science Center
National Marine Fisheries Service
7600 Sand Point Way NE,
Seattle, WA 98040,
USA
Email: Anne.Hollowed@noaa.gov
CV: http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/icesjms/anne babcock hollowed cv.doc
Areas of expertise: Fish stock assessment; fish population dynamics; fish and shellfish biology, age and growth; fish habitat, decadal variability, climate change, stock projection models.

Mary E. Hunsicker
National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
University of California Santa Barbara,
735 State Street, Suite 300,
Santa Barbara, CA 93101,
USA
Email: hunsicker@nceas.ucsb.edu
Web: https://sites.google.com/site/maryehunsicker/home
Areas of Expertise: Vertebrate/invertebrate fisheries ecology, food-web dynamics, predator-prey interactions, climate impacts on marine ecosystems, ecosystem-approach to management

Ernesto Jardim
Instituto Português do Mar e Atmosfera
Lisbon,
Portugal
Email: ernesto.jardim@gmail.com
CV: http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/icesjms/ernesto jardim cv.pdf
Areas of expertise: Stock assessment; long-term management plans; evaluation of management strategies; geostatistics; sampling; discards

Rubao Ji
Biology Department,
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution,
MS #33, 2-14 Redfield Building,
Woods Hole, MA,
USA 02543
Email: rji@whoi.edu
Website: http://www.whoi.edu/sites/rji
Areas of expertise: Coupled biological-physical numerical modeling; food web dynamics in coastal oceans; plankton phenology and biogeography; zooplankton population dynamics; Arctic oceanography and biological production; metapopulation connectivity

Francis Juanes
University of Victoria,
Department of Biology,
PO Box 3020,
Station CSC,
Victoria, B.C.,
Canada,
V8W 3N5
Email: juanes@uvic.ca
Websites: http://www.uvic.ca/science/biology/people/home/faculty/facpages/juanes.php
http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=SLNaafwAAAAJ
Areas of expertise: Recruitment variability of marine fishes; evolution of life history strategies; piscivory; adaptive significance of phenotypic plasticity; conservation genetics; predator-prey relationships; underwater soundscapes and sound production in fishes; conservation of marine ecosystems

Michel Kaiser
Bangor University,
School of Ocean Sciences,
Menai Bridge,
Anglesey LL59 5AB,
United Kingdom
Email: michel.kaiser@bangor.ac.uk
Web: www.bangor.ac.uk/oceansciences/staff/php/staffdetails1.php?person=0002
Areas of expertise: indicators and models of fishing disturbance on marine ecosystems; effects of different management regimes on benthic and fish community structure; sustainable shellfish cultivation; essential fish habitat; biological and socio-economic consequences of spatial management regimes; mitigation of the impacts of fishing gear on marine biota and communities; the use of traditional ecological knowledge in fisheries management.

Sarah B. M. Kraak
Marine Institute,
Rinville,
Oranmore,
Co. Galway,
Ireland
Email: sarah.kraak@marine.ie
Website: http://web.ucc.ie/en/afdc/peopleandcontacts/drsarahkraak/
Areas of expertise: Fisheries management; demersal fisheries; mixed fisheries; management strategy evaluation; stock assessment; fleet dynamics; life history; fisheries-induced evolution; socioeconomics; governance; stakeholder involvement; resilience; biodiversity, trophic interactions; behavioural economics; incentives; fisher behaviour.

Jason S. Link
National Oceanic and Atmospheric, Administration,
National Marine Fisheries Service,
Northeast Fisheries Science Center,
Woods Hole, MA,
USA 02543
Email: jason.link@noaa.gov
CV:http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/icesjms/jason_link_cv.pdf
Areas of expertise: Fish feeding ecology; fisheries ecology; fisheries and ecosystem management; large aquatic/marine ecosystems; planktivore-zooplankton interactions; pelagic communities; comparative ecosystem analysis, ecological modeling; multispecies modeling; food web dynamics; benthic-pelagic coupling

Mitsutaku Makino
National Research Institute of Fisheries Science,
Fisheries Research Agency,
Yokohama Kanagawa,
236-8649,
Japan
Email: mmakino@affrc.go.jp
Website: http://www.k4.dion.ne.jp/~mitsutak/Index.htm
Areas of expertise: Institutional analysis of fisheries management measures (marine resource and ecosystem management); Economic and risk analysis of adaptive management.

Christos Maravelias
Hellenic Centre for Marine Research
46.7 km Athens-Sounio Avenue,
19013, Anavissos,
Greece
Email: cmaravel@hcmr.gr
Website: http://www.hcmr.gr/en/cv.php?id=28&resid=127
Areas of expertise: Fisheries ecology and oceanography; fleet dynamics, climate change, ecosystem approach to fisheries, fish habitat, stock assessment, fisher behavior, traditional ecological knowledge, bioeconomic modeling, geostatistics, fisheries management.

Simon Northridge
Sea Mammal Research Unit,
University of St Andrews,
Bute Building,
Queens Terrace,
St Andrews,
Fife,
KY16 9TS,
UK
Email: spn1@st-andrews.ac.uk
Website: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/profile/spn1
Areas of expertise: marine mammal age, growth and feeding ecology, bycatch assessment and mitigation, fishery and aquaculture interactions with wildlife, depredation in fisheries (including marine mammals) and aquaculture

Richard L. O'Driscoll
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Limited,
Private Bag 14-901,
Kilbirnie,
Wellington,
New Zealand 6241
Email: richard.odriscoll@niwa.co.nz
CV: http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/icesjms/richard o'driscoll cv.pdf
Areas of Expertise: Fisheries acoustics, trawl surveys, fish spatial distribution, predator-prey interactions, estimation of fish abundance from surveys

Finbarr (Barry) G. O'Neill
Marine Scotland Science,
Marine Laboratory,
375 Victoria Road,
Aberdeen, AB11 9DB,
Scotland
Email: b.oneill@marlab.ac.uk
CV: http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/icesjms/barry o'neill cv.pdf
Areas of expertise: discard reduction and the selectivity of commercial fishing gears; the catchability and performance of survey gears; fish behaviour in relation to fishing gears; the physical impacts of towed fishing gears on the sea bed; mathematical modelling of netting structures; the hydrodynamics of flow through netting.

Claire B. Paris
Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science,
Division of Marine Biology and Fisheries,
4600 Rickenbacker Causeway,
Miami,
Florida,
USA 33149-1098
Email: cparis@rsmas.miami.edu
Website: www.rsmas.miami.edu/personal/cparis/
Areas of expertise: Population connectivity; larval transport; larval dispersal; larval behavior; animal navigation; larval fish ecology; physical-biological interactions; coupled biophysical models; Lagrangian models; individual-based models; oil spill models

Stéphane Plourde
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada,
Maurice-Lamontagne Institute,
850 Route de la Mer,
PO Box 1000,
Mont-Joli,
Québec,
Canada G5H 3Z4
Email: Stephane.Plourde@dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Website:www.meds-sdmm.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/sdb-bds/profile-profil.do?id=220
Areas of expertise: Biology and ecology of mesozooplankton in sub-arctic and arctic regions; biology and ecology of krill; coupled numerical bio-physical models; Calanus species population structure (genetic); bio-physical coupling of zooplankton with their environment; role of secondary production in the control of recruitment in commercially important fish stocks; relationship between krill and marine mammals

Lorraine (Lori) J. Ridgeway
24 Edenbrook Court,
Ottawa,
Ontario,
Canada, K1A7H4
Email: ridgewaylori@gmail.com<
CV: http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/icesjms/lorraine ridgeway cv.pdf
Areas of expertise: Policy frameworks and marine policy; interdisciplinary analysis of fisheries and oceans issues; economics; science-policy links; law and policy links (Law of the Sea); governance, institutions, diplomacy and negotiations in areas of trade, fisheries and oceans, Arctic

Shubha Sathyendranath
Plymouth Marine Laboratory,
Prospect Place,
The Hoe,
Plymouth,
PL1 3DH,
United Kingdom
Email: shubha@dal.ca
Website:
http://www.pml.ac.uk/about_us/the_pml_team/staff_directory/shubha_sathyendranath.aspx
Areas of expertise: Ocean colour algorithms and applications; spectral characteristics of light penetration underwater; bio-optical properties of phytoplankton; modeling of primary production; bio-geochemical cycles in the sea; climate change; biological-physical interactions in the marine system; ecological provinces in the sea; ecological indicators and phytoplankton functional types

Jörn O. Schmidt
Cluster of Excellence "The Future Ocean"
"Sustainable Fisheries",
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel,
Department of Economics,
Wilhelm-Seelig-Platz 1,
24118 Kiel,
Germany
Email: jschmidt@economics.uni-kiel.de
Website: http://www.eree.uni-kiel.de/de/mitarbeiterinnen-mitarbeiter/dr.-joern-schmidt
Areas of expertise: interdisciplinary fisheries science, ecosystem approach to fisheries, ecological-economic models, environmental impact on fish and fisheries, fisheries management with focus on European fisheries policy, use of games in education, consultation and research

David H. Secor
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science,
Chesapeake Biological Laboratory,
1 William Street,
Solomons, MD,
USA 20688
Email: secor@cbl.umces.edu
Website: www.umces.edu/cbl/people/dsecor
Areas of expertise: Migration; life cycles; population connectivity; habitat ecology and fish assemblage studies; diadromous fishes; estuaries; otolith applications

Rochelle Seitz
College of William and Mary,
Virginia Institute of Marine Science,
PO Box 1346,
Gloucester Point,
Virginia 23062-1346,
USA
Email: seitz@vims.edu
Website: http://www.vims.edu/research/departments/bio/people/faculty/seitz_borrowed.php
Areas of expertise: Benthic community ecology; invertebrate ecology and diversity; effects of environmental stress; predator-prey dynamics; top-down versus bottom-up control; conservation biology; nursery habitat quality; food-web dynamics; crustacean ecology; bivalve ecology; fisheries; population dynamics; coastal ecology; effects of hypoxia

Andrew Serdy
Reader in Public International Law
University of Southampton,
Highfield,
Southampton,
SO17 1BJ,
United Kingdom
Email: A.L.Serdy@soton.ac.uk
Website: www.southampton.ac.uk/law/about/staff/als1.page
Areas of expertise: International fisheries law, with particular emphasis on transboundary fish stocks; continental shelf and other maritime delimitation; institutional aspects of the law of the sea

Morgane Travers-Trolet
IFREMER, Fisheries Laboratory
150 quai Gambetta, BP 699
62321 Boulogne sur Mer, France
Email: morgane.travers@ifremer.fr
Website: http://annuaire.ifremer.fr/cv/16865/en/
Areas of expertise: End-to-end modeling; predator-prey relationships; food web dynamics and modeling; individual-based models; indicators; combined effects of environmental and anthropogenic factors; ecosystem-based approach to fisheries

Stephen Votier
University of Exeter
Environment and Sustainability Institute Penryn,
Cornwall, TR10 9FE United Kingdom
Email: s.c.votier@exeter.ac.uk
Website: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/esi/people/votier/
Areas of expertise: Distribution and behaviour of marine predators; Environmental impact of fisheries (discards and bycatch); Foraging ecology; Coloniality; Marine ecosystem function; Seabird demographics; Bio-logging; Stable isotopes; Individual foraging specialization; Migration; Predator/prey dynamics

C. Brock Woodson
College of Engineering,
University of Georgia,
Athens,
GA 30602,
USA
Email: bwoodson@uga.edu
Website: http://www.cobia.engr.uga.edu/cobia_people.html
Areas of expertise: zooplankton behaviour and ecology; patch dynamics; larval dispersal and recruitment dynamics; coastal oceanography; fluid dynamics; biophysical interactions; internal waves; turbulence; effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms

Shijie Zhou
CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research,
PO Box 2538,
Brisbane,
QLD 4001,
Australia
Email: shijie.zhou@csiro.au
CV: http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/icesjms/shijie zhou cv.pdf
Areas of expertise: Stock assessment models; ecological risk assessment; Bayesian modelling; bycatch and discards; population estimation; fisheries and biodiversity management; salmon and invertebrates; fish behaviour; gear technology