Alumnus: Richert

 




John E. Richert

Position: Postdoctoral Researcher

Campus Address:
Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology
University of California, Davis
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

Phone: (530) 752-5830

Email: spam free email link to John Richert

Degrees:

2007: University of California, Davis - Ph.D. Ecology

2000: Southampton College of Long Island University - B.S. Marine Biology

Honors and Awards:

Fulbright Fellow, 2001 - La Paz, Mexico

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, 2003

UC MEXUS Dissertation Grant Recipient, 2004

Tuna Conference Scholarship, 2005, 2006

Research Interests:

Dietary habits of pelagic fishes at seamounts in the southern Gulf of California, impacts of small-scale fisheries on fish communities, food webs and trophic interactions, ultrasonic monitoring of multi-species fish assemblages.

Publications:

Qayum, H.A., A.P. Klimley, Ronald Newton & J.E. Richert. 2006. Broad-band versus narrow-band irradiance for estimating latitude by archival tags.  Marine Biology.

Klimley, A.P., J.E. Richert, and S.J. Jorgensen. 2005. The home of blue water fish. American Scientist 93:42-49.

Klimley, A.P., B.J. Le Boeuf, K.M. Cantara, J.E. Richert, S.F. Davis, S. Van Sommeran, and J.T. Kelly. 2001. The hunting strategy of white sharks at pinniped colony. Marine Biology 13: 617-636.

Klimley, A.P., B.J. Le Boeuf, K.M. Cantara, J.E. Richert, S.F. Davis, and S. Van Sommeran. 2001. Radio-acoustic positioning: a tool for studying site-specific behavior of the white shark and large marine vertebrates. Mar. Biol. 138:429-446.

Presentations and Posters:

Dr. Richert has presented his work at CLIOTOP 2007, UC MEXUS 2007, MFS 2007, ASLO 2006, Tuna Conference 2006
UCD Seamount workshop 2005, and:

Richert, J.E., R. Cervántes-Duarte, R. Gonzólez-Armas, F. Galvín-Magaòa, and A.P. Klimley. Spatio-temporal variability in the trophic ecology of large pelagic fishes of the southern Gulf of California. Presented at the 56th Tuna Conference, Lake Arrowhead, CA, May 2005.

Richert, J.E., S.J. Jorgensen, A.F. Muhlia-Melo, and A.P. Klimley. Seamounts as hotspots of pelagic fish diverstiy in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Poster presented at North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) 13th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, October 2004.

Richert, J.E., S.J. Jorgensen, A.F. Muhlia-Melo, and A.P. Klimley. Investigating pelagic fish communities at seamounts in the southern Gulf of California: an integrative approach. Poster presented at Gulf of California Conference, Tucson, AR, June 2004.

Richert, J.E., S.J. Jorgensen, A.F. Muhlia-Melo, and A.P. Klimley. Ultrasonic tagging of pelagic fish at seamounts in the southern Gulf of California: an integrative approach. Poster presented at the 55th Tuna Conference, Lake Arrowhead, CA, May 2004.

Richert, J.E. Examining ecological niche among pelagic fish communities at seamounts in the Gulf of California. Presented at the IX Congress of the Asociaciûn de Investigadores del Mar de Cortès, A.C.and III International Symposium of the Sea of Cortès, May 2003.

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