End-to-end fish model

Project Description

The goal is to model the multi-decadal cycles of sardines and anchovies using an end-to-end model consisting of the ocean physics (ROMS), a nutrient-phytoplankton-zooplankton component (NEMURO), an individual based model of small pelagic fish, and a fishing fleet component.

Project Funding

Start Date: 0000-00-00
End Date: 0000-00-00

 

Publications and products

Rose, K.A., Fiechter, J., Curchitser, E.N., Hedstrom, K., Bernal, M., Creekmore, S., Haynie, A., Ito, S., Lluch-Cota, S., Megrey, B.A., Edwards, C.A., Checkley, D., Koslow, T., McClatchie, S., Werner, F., MacCall, A. and Agostini, V.. (2015). Demonstration of a fully-coupled end-to-end model for small pelagic fish using sardine and anchovy in the California Current Progress in Oceanography.
doi: 10.1016/j.pocean.2015.01.012

Fiechter, J., D. D. Huff, B. T. Martin, D. W. Jackson, C. A. Edwards, K. A. Rose, E. N. Curchitser, K. S. Hedstrom, S. T. Lindley, and B. K. Wells. (2015). "Environmental conditions impacting juvenile Chinook salmon growth off central California: An ecosystem model analysis". Geophys. Res. Lett.. 42
doi: 10.1002/2015GL063046

 

Research Team

Kenny Rose

Kenny Rose

Principal Investigator

Kate Hedstrom

Kate Hedstrom

Co-Principal Investigator

Research Staff

Specialties:

  • Oceanographic Specialist

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Co-Principal Investigators

Enrique Curchitser
enrique@esm.rutgers.edu

Jerome Fiechter
fiechter@ucsc.edu