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PERSONAL DATA

Job title National Species of Concern Program Coordinator
Department Office of Protected Resources
Institution
National Marine Fisheries Service ( NMFS)
One Blackburn Drive Gloucester MA 01930
Address
1315 East West Highway, Silver Spring MD 20910, USA
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel 1-301-427-8467
Fax 1-301-427-2523
Email
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Website http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD
Job type Natural Resource Management
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Activities Coordinate proactive marine species conservation program, coordinate listing, critical habitat, 4d and 10j rules for U.S. endangered species, CITES science support to U.S. government, coral reef restoration, tsunami impacts, behavioral ecology, territoriality, grouping, habitat fragmentation, effects of water users on marine wildlife (turtles, corals, whales), parasites, false eyespots.
Research Region Hawaii, Caribbean
Skills/Expertise endangered species CITES behavioral ecology community ecology multivariate statistics Scientific and working SCUBA diving GIS
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr Dwayne MEADOWS)

Somma, A., L. Manning, D. Meadows, and M. Nammack. 2010. Conservation and the Endangered Species Act: The National Marine Fisheries Services? Cooperative and Proactive Approaches. Pp. 89-99. In: Our Living Ocean. National Marine Fisheries Service, Washington, DC.
Meadows, D.W. 2010. Reflecting Back: My Ride on the World?s Biggest Wave. NOAA World Dec 2009.
Meadows, D.W. 2009. National Marine Fisheries Services' proactive conservation program: An opportunity for tribes? The Eagles Nest December 2009:10-11.
Meadows, D.W. 2008. Book Review: Coral Reef Restoration Handbook. Restoration Ecology 16:359-369.
Meadows, D.W., S.B. Adams, and J.F. Schaefer. 2008. Threatened fishes of the World: Alosa alabamae Jordan and Evermann, 1896 (Clupeidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes. 82:173-174.
Meadows, D.W. and D.B. Brosnan. 2008. Lessons for minimizing impacts to coral reef and other ecosystems from the 2004 tsunami. Pp. 325-342 in: K. McLaughlin (ed.). Mitigating impacts of natural hazards on fishery ecosystems. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.
Meadows, D.W., Aquarone, M.-C. 2007. Ocean Zones. pp. 30-37 in: Hidden Depths: Atlas of the Oceans. HarperCollins, New York.
Meadows, D.W. 2007. A Comparison of 3 Potential New Tsunami Evacuation Zone Criteria for Hawaii. A Report to the Hawaii Tsunami Technical Review Committee Science Advisory Working Group. 48pp.
Meadows, D. 2006. Disaster preparation is crucial. The Honolulu Advertiser.
Meadows, D, A. Kane, C. Mitchell, and C. Ogura. 2005. Hawaii?s Statewide Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Strategy. Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit. Technical Report 137.
Meadows, D. 2005. Lot more care needed for Andaman reefs. The Bangkok Post.
Meadows, D. 2005. Surviving the tsunami. The Leader. National Outdoor Leadership School newsletter. http://www.nols.edu/alumni/leader/05spring/surviving_the_tsunami.shtml
Meadows, D. 2005. The effect of roads and trails on animal movement. pp. 662 ? 664. In: M. Bekoff (ed.). Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior. Greenwood Press, London.
Meadows, D. 2004. Behavior of green sea turtles in the presence and absence of recreational snorkellers. Marine Turtle Newsletter. 103: 1-4.
Meadows, D.W. (in press) Discovery of the whaling ships Pearl and Hermes in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands in 2004. Maritime Archaeological and Historical Society journal
Meadows, D. 2003. Amazing associations. Maui Outdoor Adventures. Spring 2003 issue.
Meadows, D. and C. Meadows. 2003. Behavioral and ecological correlates of infection of foureye butterflyfish with Anilocra chaetodontis. Revista de Biologia Tropical. 51(S4):77-81.
Meadows, D. 2003. The status of Hawaii?s fishes. Maui Outdoor Adventures. Winter 2003 issue.
Meadows, D. 2002. The effect of roads and trails on movement of the Ogden Rocky Mountain Snail (Oreohelix peripherica wasatchensis). Western North American Naturalist 62:377-380.
Meadows, D. 2002. Hawaii needs reliable data to ensure future fish stocks. Viewpoint. The Maui News.
Meadows, D. 2002. Population status of the Ogden Rocky Mountain Snail, Oreohelix peripherica wasatchensis. U.S. Forest Service Report (Contract # 43-84N8-9-0047).
Meadows, D. 2002. Mollusks of the national forests of Utah. U.S. Forest Service Report. (Contract # 01-CS-11041000-018).
Meadows, D. and A. Hellrung. 2002. Behavioral and ecological data on Hawaii?s humpback whales from ecotour boat sighting logs. A report to the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary. Maui, Hawaii.
Meadows, D. 2001. Effects of bison trampling on stream macroinvertebrate community structure on Antelope Island, Utah, Journal of Freshwater Ecology 16: 83-92.
Meadows, D. 2001. Centre-edge differences in behaviour, territory size and fitness in clusters of territorial damselfish: patterns, causes, and consequences. Behaviour 138:1085-1116.
Meadows, D. 1997. To Live and Die on Coral Reefs. Ecology 78:2639.
Meadows, D. 1995. Effects of habitat geometry on territorial defense costs in a damselfish. Animal Behaviour 49:1406-1408.
Meadows, D. 1993. Morphological variation in eyespots of the foureye butterflyfish (Chaetodon capistratus): Implications for eyespot function. Copeia 1993: 235-240.
Meadows, D.W., S.B. Adams, and J.F. Schaefer. (in press). Threatened fishes of the World: Alosa alabamae Jordan and Evermann, 1896 (Clupeidae). Enivironmental Biology of Fishes.
Migura, K. and D. Meadows. 2002. Melon-headed whales (Peponocephala electra) interact with short-finned pilot whales (Globcephala macrorhynchus) in Hawaii. Aquatic Mammals 28(3): 294-297.
Meadows, D. 2001. Great Salt Lake Islands: Unique scientific laboratories. Friends of Great Salt Lake 7(2): 8,13.
Meadows, D. 2007. Discovery of the whaling ships Pearl and Hermes in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Maritime Archaeology and Historical Society Newsletter. 18(2):14-17.
Meadows, D.W. 2009. Proactively conserving species before they need the ESA. Endangered Species Bulletin. 34(2)36-37.
Meadows, D. and D. A. Bulesco. 1993. S-plus. Biotechnology Software. 10(1):21-26.


Created: 2007-08-02 Last Updated: 2016-06-16 by Dwayne MEADOWS