Andrew F. JohnsonThe Scripps Institution of Oceanography · Marine Biology Research Division
Andrew F. Johnson
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January 2013 - April 2013
September 2007 - September 2008
Global Satria Consultants
- Project Manager
- Project management in fish larval aquaculture - commercial production - innovative strategy development - new equipment and technique testing (in house and for external companies)
Gregory Verutes PhD Thesis Here, we discuss a review of international policies to protect marine mammals and the development of a GIS-based risk assessment tool, with the unifying goal of making better use of available data and reducing fisheries bycatch, the unintended capture of non-target species. We evaluated the historical success of cetacean conservation policies in North American and European waters and designed a cohesive spatial management framework for bycatch risk assessment in two Southeast Asian nations likely to be impacted by a new seafood import rule for compliance with provisions of the US Marine Mammal Protection Act.