Salmon Assessment Team Staff

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Michael Mohr  Leader
Fisheries Investigation Chief
Phone: (831) 420-3922
Fax: (831) 420-3977
E-mail: michael.mohr@noaa.gov

Michael Mohr is a Supervisory Mathematical Statistician for the Fishery Ecology Division (FED), and a Research Fellow at the Institute of Marine Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz. He is Chief of the FED Fisheries Investigations Branch and leads its Salmon Assessment Team. He has over 25 years of experience working on salmon assessment and management issues. He was a member of the Pacific Fishery Management Council’s Salmon Technical Team for over 10 years and has served on many scientific panels involving various salmon ESA, conservation, harvest, and management issues. He has considerable experience developing statistical methods and estimators, applying sampling theory to resource management problems, and analysis of coded‐wire tag data.

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Michael O'Farrell
Phone: (831) 420-3976
Fax: (831) 420-3977
E-mail: michael.ofarrell@noaa.gov

I am a research fish biologist broadly interested in the science of natural resource management. I currently serve on the Salmon Technical Team (STT), an advisory body of the Pacific Fishery Management Council, which collectively performs salmon stock assessments and works with fishery managers to plan salmon fisheries on an annual basis.

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Raziel Davison
Postdoctoral Scholar
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E-mail: raziel.davison@noaa.gov

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Shanae Allen-Moran
Phone: (831) 420-3970
Fax: (831) 420-3977
E-mail: shanae.allen@noaa.gov

I enjoy applying quantitative methods to responsibly manage the exploitation and conservation of species. My research focuses on 1) identifying preferred management options in the face of competing goals and constraints, 2) accounting for uncertainty in estimates of management model inputs, and 3) describing variability in natural systems and uncertainty in the outcomes of particular management options.

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Will Satterthwaite
Phone: (831) 420-3997
Fax: (831) 420-3977
E-mail: will.satterthwaite@noaa.gov

My work with the Salmon Assessment Team focuses on understanding the demography, life history, and spatial distribution of salmon stocks and how they interact with ocean fisheries. I am also broadly interested in life history theory, stock assessment methodology, ecosystem based management, and the application of science in the fishery management process. I currently serve on the Scientific and Statistical Committee (SSC) of the Pacific Fishery Management Council.

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