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Miguel Barajas

Miguel first came to GMRI as an Intern in the summer of 2013 where he worked in the Fisheries Ecology Lab with Lisa Kerr and Zach Whitener assisting with alewife otolith removal and polishing for microstructure analysis. He received his BS in Environmental Science with a minor in Chemistry from the University of Southern Maine in 2013 where he received a research award through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program working on bioenergetics modeling of Atlantic cod in the Kennebec/Androscoggin nearshore marine system.

Sam Truesdell

Sam began his work as a postdoc at GMRI in March 2018. He is generally interested in the development of population models to inform management advice, including stock assessment and management strategy evaluation. Some of his previous work has included scallop population assessments in the Gulf of Maine, fleet dynamics and assessment models in the federal scallop fishery, catch-at-age models and management procedures for Great Lakes lake trout and lake whitefish, comparing classes of assessment models, and management strategy evaluation for Yukon River Chinook salmon.

Felix Massiot-Granier

Felix first joined GMRI as a postdoctoral research associate in January 2017. His primary research focus is the impact of a changing ecosystem on Atlantic salmon marine productivity. He explores how changing ocean temperatures and food quality/availability affect the growth of Atlantic salmon.


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