Research Interests:Vertebrate population dynamics, quantitative ecology, effects of fisheries on marine ecosystems, food web ecology, habitat and occurrence modeling, protected species management and conservation
- Ph.D., Purdue University, 2005
- M.Sc., Humboldt State University, 2002
- B.Sc., U.C. Davis, 1996
- Moore, J. E., T.M. Cox, R.L. Lewison, A.J. Read, R. Bjorkland, S.L. McDonald, L.B. Crowder, E. Aruna, I. Ayissi, P. Espeut, C. Joynson-Hicks, N. Pilcher, C. Poonian, B. Solarin, and J. Kiszka. In press. An interview-based approach for triaging marine mammal and sea turtle captures in artisanal fisheries. Biological Conservation, In press.
- Moore, J. E., B. Wallace, R. Lewison, R. Zydelis, T. Cox, L. Crowder. 2009. A review of marine mammal, sea turtle and seabird bycatch in USA fisheries and the role of policy in shaping management. Marine Policy 33:435-451.
- Moore, J. E., and A. J. Read. 2008. A Bayesian uncertainty analysis of cetacean demography and bycatch mortality using age-at-death data. Ecological Applications 18:1914-1931.
- Soykan, C. U., J. E. Moore, R. Zydelis, R. L. Lewison, L. B. Crowder, and C. Safina. 2008. Why study bycatch? An introduction to the Theme Section on fisheries bycatch. Endangered Species Research 5:91-102.
- Moore, J. E., and R. Zydelis. 2008. Quantifying seabird bycatch: where do we go from here? Animal Conservation 11:257-259.
- Eckert, S.A, J. E. Moore, D. D. Dunn, R. Sagarminaga, K. L. Eckert, P. N. Halpin. 2008. Hierarchical state-space models of loggerhead turtle movement behavior in relation to turtle size and oceanographic features. Ecological Applications 18:290-308.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Duke University Marine Laboratory