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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Director
Institution
Coastal Resources Association ( CRA)
Poblacion Sagay 9103
Address
Surigao City
Surigao del Norte
8400
Regions Black Sea
Sea of Azov
English Channel
Nationality United Kingdom
Tel +63 9260219235
Email
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Website http://www.coastal-resources.org
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD Marine Biology
Job type Research , Natural Resource Management , Operational Support (technical) , Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Pollution , Limnology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Pollution , Limnology
Research Activities Identification and mapping of essential fish habitat. Design, implementation and management of marine protected areas. Ecosystem-based management of reef fisheries in developing tropical nations.
Research Region 35, 88, 36, 72, 63, 53, 84, 87
Working languages English (native), Tagalog (elemantary proficiency)
Skills/Expertise Fisheries management, fish habitat ecology, restoration/compensation of impacted fish habitat, mark-recapture and telemetry studies of fish movement, environmental impact assessment, coral reef management.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr Mark TUPPER)

Garces, L., Pido, M., Tupper, M. and G. Silvestre (in press). Evaluating the management effectiveness of three marine protected areas in the Calamianes Islands, Palawan Province, Philippines: process, selected results and their implications for planning and management. Ocean & Coastal Management (accepted July 12, 2012)
Goñi, R., Badalamenti, F., and M. Tupper (2011) Effects of marine protected areas on adjacent fisheries: evidence from empirical studies. Pp. 72-98 In: Claudet, J. (ed.), Marine Protected Areas: effects, networks and monitoring – a multidisciplinary approach. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 392 pp.
Mora, C., Tupper, M., and 43 co-authors (2011). Global human footprint on the linkage between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in reef fishes. PLoS Biology 9(4): e1000606.
Tupper, M., J. Oliver, R. Kenchington, T. McClanahan, N. Muthiga, D. Gill, D. Burnham, S. Campbell, S.P. Ginting, N. Andrew, R. Mahon, Evelyn Teh, D. Walfoort (2009) Lessons learned and good practices in the management of coral reefs. The WorldFish Center, Penang. 544 pp. Available online at http://www.reefbase.org/gefll/pdf/terminalreport/Annex1.pdf.
Tupper, M. and N. Sherrif (2008). Capture-based aquaculture for groupers. Pp. 217-234 In: Lovatelli, A.; Holthus, P.F. (eds), Capture-based aquaculture. Global overview. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper. No. 508. Rome, FAO. 298 pp.
Rhodes, K.L. and M. Tupper (2008). The vulnerability of reproductively active squaretail coralgrouper (Plectropomus areolatus) to fishing. Fishery Bulletin 106: 194-203
Rhodes, K.L. Tupper, M. and C. Wichilmel. (2008). Characterization and management of the commercial sector of the Pohnpei, Micronesia, coral reef fishery. Coral Reefs 27(2): 443-454
Tupper, M. (2007). Spillover of commercially valuable reef fishes from marine protected areas in Guam, Micronesia. Fishery Bulletin 105: 527-537
Rhodes, K.L. and M. Tupper (2007). A preliminary market-based analysis of the Pohnpei, Micronesia, grouper (Serranidae: Epinephelinae) fishery reveals unsustainable fishing practices. Coral Reefs 26: 335-344
Tupper, M. (2007). Identification of nursery habitats for commercially valuable humphead wrasse (Cheilinus undulatus) and large groupers (Pisces: Serranidae) in Palau. Marine Ecology Progress Series 332: 189-199
Rudd, M.A., Tupper M., Folmer, H. and G.C. van Kooten. (2003) Policy analysis for tropical marine reserves: challenges and directions. Fish and Fisheries 4(1): 25-45
Jameson, S.C., Tupper, M. and J. Ridley. (2002) The Three Screen Doors: can Marine ?Protected? Areas be effective? Marine Pollution Bulletin 44: 1177-1183
Rudd, M.A. and M. Tupper. (2002) The impact of Nassau grouper size and abundance on SCUBA diver site selection and MPA economics. Coastal Management 130: 133-151
Tupper, M. (2002). Essential fish habitat and marine reserves for grouper in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute 53: 606-622.
Rudd, M.A., M. Tupper, H. Folmer and G.C. van Kooten, (2002) The Economics and Governance of Marine Protected Areas: An Institutional Perspective on Marine Ecosystem-Based Management in the Tropics. Mansholt Institute Working Paper, Wageningen University, Netherlands. 52pp.
Tupper, M., and M.A. Rudd. (2002) Species-specific impacts of a small marine reserve on reef fish production and fishing productivity in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Environmental Conservation 29(4): 484-492
Tupper, M. (2002) Marine reserves and fisheries management. Science 295:1233
Rudd M.A., Danylchuk A.J. and M. Tupper (2001). Ecological and institutional factors affecting marine conservation and fisheries production in South Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands. Coastal Zone 01. Proceedings of the 12th Biennial Coastal Zone Conference, Cleveland, OH, July 15-19, 2001. NOAA/CSC/20120-CD. CD-ROM. Charleston, South Carolina: NOAA Coastal Services Center. 5 pp.
Rudd, M.A., Danylchuk, A.J., Gore, S.A, and M. Tupper. (2001) Are marine protected areas in the Turks and Caicos Islands ecologically or economically valuable? In Proceedings of an International Conference on the Economics of Marine Protected Areas (J Alder and UR Sumaila, editors). Fisheries Center Research Reports: 9(8): 198-211.
Tupper, M. (2001) Putting no-take marine reserves in perspective. MPA News 26: 2
Tupper, M. and K. Able (2000) Habitat use, movements, and food habits of striped bass (Morone saxatilis) in Delaware Bay (USA): comparisons between a restored and a reference salt marsh. Marine Biology 137: 1049-1058
Tupper, M. (2000) Status of the recreational fishery for cobia (Rachycentron canadum) in Florida. Florida Marine Research Institute, St. Petersburg, FL. 22 pp.
Murphy, M., Tupper, M., Brown, S., McBride, R.S. (2000). A compilation of the biological, fisheries, and assessment information available for dolphin, Coryphaena hippurus in Florida waters. Florida Marine Research Institute, St. Petersburg, FL. 53 pp.
Tupper, M. and F. Juanes. (1999) Effects of a marine reserve on production dynamics of grunts (Pisces: Haemulidae) in Barbados. Environmental Biology of Fishes 55: 53-63
Tupper, M. (1999) A brief review of grouper reproductive biology and implications for management of the Gulf of Mexico gag grouper fishery. Southeastern Fisheries Association, Inc., Tallahassee, FL. 12 pp.
Tupper, M. (1999) The biology and ecology of red grouper (Epinephelus morio): implications for the management of the Gulf of Mexico fishery. Southeastern Fisheries Association, Inc., Tallahassee, FL. 14 pp.
Tupper, M. (1998) Models, management, and social implications: an overview. In: Hunt von Herbing, I., Kornfield, I., Tupper, M, Wilson, J. (eds.) The Implications of Local Stocks for Fisheries. Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service, Ithaca, NY. 200 pp.
Tupper, M., Anthony, V., Chenoweth, S., MacCluen, H. (1998) Biology and assessment of Atlantic herring in the Gulf of Maine: a foundation for an innovative industry/science research partnership to ensure a sustainable herring fishery. Gulf of Maine Aquarium, Portland, ME. 132 pp.
Tupper, M. and K. Able. (1998). Distribution, abundance, and food habits of large predatory fishes: comparisons between restored and reference marshes. Report prepared for the Public Service Gas and Electric Company, Exhibit G33, 24 + iii pp.
Tupper, M. And W. Hunte. (1998) Predictability of fish assemblages on natural and artificial reefs in Barbados. Bulletin of Marine Science 62(3): 919-936
Tupper, M. and K. Able. (1998). Utilization of tidal creeks by a large predatory fish as demonstrated by ultrasonic tracking: comparison of a restored and a reference marsh. Report prepared for the Public Service Gas and Electric Company, Exhibit G35, 27 + iv pp.
Tupper, M. (1998) Gulf of Maine herring: What do we know? What do we need to know? How do we get there? Pp. 278-289 In: Mooney-Seus, M., Tausig, H., Sweeny, M. (eds.) Herring stock assessment and research priorities. New England Aquarium Aquatic Forum Series 98-1. 354 pp.
Hunt von Herbing, I., Kornfield, I., Tupper, M, Wilson, J. (eds.) (1998) The Implications of Local Stocks for Fisheries. Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service, Ithaca, NY. 200 pp.
Tupper, M., Boutilier, R.G. (1997) Effects of habitat on settlement, growth, predation risk and post settlement mortality of a temperate reef fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 151: 225-236
Gilmore, R. G. Jr., Tupper, M., Wyda, J. and D. Davis. (1997) Preliminary results, open hypotheses and unsolved mysteries of fishery stock enhancement in anoxic, eutrophic, highly predaceous ecosystems: subtropical wetland impoundments. Bulletin of the Florida Mosquito Control Association 3: 26
Tupper, M. (1997) Independent Assessment of the Potential Impacts of the Middle Shoal Channel Improvement Program on Migration of Fish. Report prepared for the Unama’ki Environmental Committee, Union of Nova Scotia Indians, Eskasoni, NS, Canada. 13 pp.
Gilmore, R. G. Jr., Tupper, M., Wyda, J. And D. Davis. (1996) Wetland impoundment management, accessibility and influence on stock enhancement, survival and migration in the striped mullet, Mugil cephalus Linnaeus. Florida Department of the Environment Project MR074 - Annual report. 23 pp.
Tupper, M., Boutilier, R.G. (1995) Size and priority affect growth and competitive success of newly settled Atlantic cod. Marine Ecology Progress Series 118: 295-300
Tupper, M., Boutilier, R.G. (1995) Effects of conspecific density on settlement, growth and post settlement mortality of a temperate reef fish. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 191: 209-222
Tupper, M., Boutilier, R.G. (1995) Effects of habitat on settlement, growth and post-settlement survival of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 52: 1834-1841
Tupper, M., Hunte, W. (1994) Recruitment dynamics of coral reef fishes in Barbados. Marine Ecology Progress Series 108: 225-235
Gray, R. And M. Tupper. (1993) Nova Scotia Recreational Fisheries Development Plan Tidal and Marine. Consultants Report. 179 pp. Available from Fisheries and Oceans, Scotia Fundy Region.
Gray, R. and M. Tupper. (1993) Nova Scotia Recreational Fisheries Development Plan Inland. Consultant’s Report 345 pp. Available from Nova Scotia Dept. of Fisheries, Halifax.
Tupper, M., (1992) Settlement of juvenile cod: the dangers of fall out. OPEN Channels 4(2): 6-7
Tupper, M. and R.G. Boutilier. (1992) Recruitment and growth of juvenile Atlantic cod in St. Margarets' Bay, Nova Scotia. Canadian Technical Reports of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 1890: 89-90


Created: 2012-08-10 Last Updated: 2016-07-02 by Mark TUPPER