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  • Danielle Elaine Haulsee

    Danielle Elaine Haulsee

    Research Scientist

    BioDanielle Haulsee's interests include combining innovative technology and oceanographic remote sensing techniques with the biogeography and movement of marine species. She received her B.S. in Environmental Science from Gettysburg College in 2010 and her Ph.D. from the University of Delaware in 2017. At the University of Delaware she worked as a Ph.D. student and post-doctoral researcher with Dr. Matthew Oliver in the ORB Lab, focusing her research on threatened Sand Tiger sharks and endangered Atlantic Sturgeon. She used statistical models to quantify the habitat preferences, migratory behavior, and social dynamics of these species of interest. She has joined the Crowder Lab to work on a project tagging and tracking billfish off the coast of Costa Rica, Project DynaMAR (www.projectdynamar.com). Danielle will combine billfish locations from satellite tags with remotely sensed and modeled oceanographic data to predict billfish distribution in a changing climate.

  • Elliott L Hazen

    Elliott L Hazen

    Adjunct Professor, Hopkins Marine Station

    BioI received my master's of science in the Spring of 2003 from the University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and my PhD from Duke University in 2008. Currently, I am working at NOAA's Southwest Fisheries Science Center in Monterey, CA. My research interests span oceanography, fisheries ecology to climate change modeling, specifically examining species-habitat relationships in the ocean, predator-prey dynamics, and climate projections on marine top predator biodiversity. My publications have addressed a range of topics from fine-scale foraging ecology of top predators, dynamic ocean management of protected species, to modeling the effects of climate change on top predator habitat and biodiversity.