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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Professor Emeritus
Department Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology
Institution
Address
The Ohio State University (OSU), Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology, Aquatic Ecology Lab, 1314 Kinnear Road
Columbus
OH
43212-1156
United States
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel (1)[614]292-1613
Fax (1)[614]292-0181
Email
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Website http://www.ael.osu.edu
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD
Job type Teaching/Education , Research , Natural Resource Management
Research Area(s) Fisheries, Aquaculture , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities Maintain a substantive, research-based partnership between OSU and the Ohio Division of Wildlife such that our research can be used to inform recreational and commercial fisheries management.
Research Region Great Lakes
Skills/Expertise Community ecology with a major emphasis on aquatic ecosystems. Especially interested in how major ecological processes, such as competition (i.e., bottom-up forces), predation (i.e., top-down forces), and keystone species (i.e., intermediate, strong regulators, often in the middle of the food web) structure freshwater communities and in turn how these findings can be used to manage aquatic ecosystems.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Roy STEIN)

Zweifel, R.D., A.M. Gascho Landis, R.S. Hale, and R.A. Stein. 2010. Development and evaluation of a bioenergetics model for saugeyes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139: 855-867.
Tyson, J.T., R.A. Stein, and J.M. Dettmers [EDS.] [2009] The state of Lake Erie in 2004 Great Lakes Fishery Commission Special Publication 09-02.
Bremigan, M.T., P.A. Soranno, M.J. Gonzalez, D.B. Bunnell, K.K. Arend, W.H. Renwick, R.A. Stein, and M.J. Vanni [2008] Hydrogeomorphic features mediate the effects of land use/cover on reservoir productivity and food webs Limnology and Oceanography, 53, 1420-1433
Stein, R.A., and C.I. Goddard. [2008] Reconciling fisheries with conservation: the Laurentian Great Lakes case study. Pages 1731-1744 in J. L. Nielsen, J. J.Dodson, K. Friedland, T. R. Hamon, J. Musick, and E. Verspoor, editors. Reconciling fisheries with conservation: proceedings of the Fourth World Fisheries Congress. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 49, Bethesda, Maryland.
Kim, G.W., A.P. Wintzer, T.K. Menker, R.A. Stein, J.M. Dettmers, R.A. Wright, and D.R. DeVries. [2007] Effect of detritus quality on growth and survival of gizzard shad (Dorosoma cepedianum) survival: potential importance to benthic-pelagic coupling Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 64, 1805-1815
Bunnell, D.B., R. Scott Hale, and R.A. Stein. [2006] Predicting crappie recruitment in Ohio reservoirs with spawning stock size and larval density North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 26, 1-12
Stein, R.A. and C.C. Krueger. [2006] Cooperative research in the Great Lakes: Exploring characteristics of success. Pages 169-171 in A. N. Read and T. W. Hartley, editors. Partnerships for a common purpose: cooperative fisheries research and management. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 52, Bethesda, Maryland
Vanni, M.J., A.M. Bowling, E.M. Dickman, R.S. Hale, K.A. Higgins, M.J. Horgan, , L.B. Knoll, W.H. Renwick, and R.A. Stein. [2006] Nutrient cycling by omnivorous fish supports an increasing proportion of lake primary production as ecosystem productivity increases Ecology, 87,1696-1709
Steinhart, G.B., N.J. Leonard, R.A. Stein, and E.A. Marschall. [2005] Effects of storms, angling, and nest predation during angling on smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu) nest success. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 62,2649-2660
Vanni, M.J., D.B. Bunnell, M.T. Bremigan, J.E. Garvey, M.J. Gonzalez, W.H. Renwick, P.A. Soranno, and R.A. Stein. [2005] Linking landscapes and food webs: Interactive effects of omnivorous fish and watersheds on reservoir ecosystems along a gradient of productivity. BioScience, 55,155-167

Group(s): GLODIR
Created: 1997-02-17 Last Updated: 2014-07-09 by Roy STEIN