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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title J.W Fulbright Scholar
Department Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Affairs
Institution
State Ministry of Research and Technology ( RISTEK)
6th Floor, BPPT Building Jl M.H. Thamrin No. 8 Jakarta 10340
Address
State Ministry of Research and Technology 6th Floor, BPPT Building Jl M.H. Thamrin No. 8
Jakarta
10340
Indonesia
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Eastern Basin
Sea of Azov
Tel 19283736706
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Ph.D. M.Sc. B.Sc.; B.A.
Job type Research , Natural Resource Management , Decision Making & Policy , Extension Services (Public Awareness)
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Climatology, Meteorology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Research Support Services , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Climatology, Meteorology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Research Support Services
Research Activities Environmental research on the effect of changing conditions to coral reef animals. Monitoring sea water temperature changes. Variations in estuarine fish populations. Scylla serrata reproductive biology
Research Region 71
Skills/Expertise diving, environmental impact assessment, marine protected areas
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Norman QUINN)

Quinn, NJ & H Zahir 2013. Assessment of Maldivian Coral Reefs in 2009 after Natural Disasters. Marine Research Centre, Malé, Republic of Maldives. Galexea .
Kojis, B.L. and NJ Quinn 2001. Coral recruitment. Bull. Mar. Sc. (in press).
Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1999. Natural variability in coral recruitment. Do damaged reefs need the same effort of restoration? National Coral Reef Institute Conf. April 1999, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, p.159 Kojis, BL & NJ Quinn. 1998. Using Scleractinian Coral Recruitment in the Development of Coral Reef Conservation Practices. Caribbean Studies Association Meeting, Antigua and Barbados, May 1998. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1998. Dominance and Submission: Role Reversals on a Coral Reef Community. Caribbean Studies Association Meeting, Antigua and Barbados, May 1998. Kojis, BL & NJ Quinn. 1998. Coral recruitment patterns in the Fijian islands. Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Boston 4-7 January 1998. (Abstract). Quinn, NJ, BL Kojis, & C Chapman. 1998. Spiny lobster (Panulirus argus) recruitment to artificial habitats in waters off St. Thomas, United States Virgin Islands. Proc. Gulf Carib. Fish. Inst.. 45:(in press). Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1997. The ascent to dominance of Porites rus (Cnidaria: Scleractinia) on a disturbed Coral Reef in the Western Pacific Ocean. Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Boston 4-7 Jan. 1998 (Abstract). Daudau, P & NJ Quinn. 1997. The need to incorporate traditional marine resource knowledge into the formal education curriculum in the Solomon Islands. pp. 81. Pacific Science Inter-Congress - Islands in the Pacific Century. 13 - 19 July 1997, Suva, Fiji. Davis, B, NJ Quinn, & G Saemane. 1997. Development of GIS methodologies for sustainable development mangrove management. pp. 35. Pacific Science Inter-Congress - Islands in the Pacific Century. 13 - 19 July 1997, Suva, Fiji. Davis, MT & NJ Quinn. 1997. Potential threats to an urban women's subsistence fishery off Suva Peninsula, Fiji. pp. 119. Pacific Science Inter-Congress - Islands in the Pacific Century. 13 - 19 July 1997, Suva, Fiji. Mataki, M & NJ Quinn. 1997. Traditional marine resource knowledge from resettled Polynesians from Tikopia Island, Solomon Islands. pp. 119. Pacific Science Inter-Congress - Islands in the Pacific Century. 13 - 19 July 1997, Suva, Fiji. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1997. The coral reefs of the northern Mariana Islands 27 years after a crown of thorns outbreak. pp. 228. Pacific Science Inter-Congress - Islands in the Pacific Century. 13 - 19 July 1997, Suva, Fiji. Quinn, NJ & PF Newell. 1997. In situ Sea water temperature monitoring in Fiji: Implications for assessing the effects of climate change on marine populations. pp. 44. Pacific Science Inter-Congress - Islands in the Pacific Century. 13 - 19 July 1997, Suva, Fiji. Quinn, NJ & M Hanrahan. 1996. Status of queen conch, Strombus gigas, population in St. Thomas and St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands - Is there hope for recovery? Proc. Gulf Carib. Fish. Inst. 44:439-458. Quinn, NJ, MC Sablan, & J Furey. 1995. An insular approach to sustainable development. Coastal Zone '95: 9th Conf., Tampa, Fla. July 16-21, 1995. BL Edge (ed.). pp. 355-356. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1995. The use of Witham collectors to increase production in lobster aquaculture. Proc. 30th Ann. Meeting of the Caribbean Food Crops Soc. Meeting. St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Is., July 31 - Aug. 5, 1994. Uni. of the Virgin Islands Cooperative Extension Service. pp. 109-122. Kojis, BL, J Harrigan-Farrelly, & NJ Quinn. 1994. Ecological and sociological consequences of dredge and fill operations in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Proc. of the 3rd Pre Caribbean Studies Ass. Meeting. May 7, 1994. St. Thomas. U.S. Virgin Islands. pp. 85-102. Kojis, BL, J Harrigan-Farrelly, & NJ Quinn. 1994. Ecological consequences of
Davis, MT, Newell, PF & NJ Quinn. 1998. An Urban Women's Subsistence Fishery off Suva Peninsula, Fiji. Potential Threats and Public Health Considerations. pp.35-43. In: (eds) J Seeto and N Bulai. Fisheries and Marine Resources Technical Report. Proceeding of the 8th Pacific Science Inter-Congress University of the South Pacific, Fiji 13-19 July, 1997. Mataki, M & NJ Quinn. 1998. Local marine resource knowledge and the subsistence fishery of resettled Polynesians in Nukufero Village in the Russell Islands, Solomon Islands. pp. 154-163. In: (eds) J Seeto and N Bulai. Fisheries and Marine Resources Technical Report. Proceedings of the 8th Pacific Science Inter-Congress University of the South Pacific, Fiji 13-19 July, 1997. Tonga, T, Naqasima-Sobey, M & NJ Quinn.1998. Local Marine Biological Knowledge and Management Practices in Hihifo Village, Ha'apai, Kingdom of Tonga. pp. 166-174. In: (eds) J Seeto and N Bulai. Fisheries and Marine Resources Technical Report. Proceedings of the 8th Pacific Science Inter-Congress University of the South Pacific, Fiji 13-19 July, 1997. Quinn, NJ. 1995. Marine monitoring program for nonpoint source pollution in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Division of Environmental Quality Tech. Report. pp. 267. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1995. Variation in subsurface sea water temperatures in Caribbean coastal waters off St. Thomas and St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, June 1991 - July 1993: Implications for global climate change. Coastal Zone Management, Govt. Virgin Is. Tech. Report. 54/1. pp. 52. Quinn, NJ. 1995. The use of
Quinn, NJ, BL Kojis & P Warpeha. 1984. (eds.) Traditional fishing technologies in Papua New Guinea society. Papua New Guinea Appropriate Technology Development Institute Res. Series, pp. 144.
Quinn, NJ & P Daudau. 1999. The traditional fishing practices at Ferafalu village, Malita Province, Solomon Islands. Journal of the Pacific Society. 82-83(22): 135-146. Davis, MT, PF Newell & NJ Quinn. 1999. TBT contamination of an artisanal subsistence fishery in Suva Harbour, Fiji. Ocean & Coastal Management. 42(6?7): 591-601. Quinn, NJ & M Mataki. 1999. Traditional marine resource knowledge of resettled Polynesians from Tikopia Island, Solomon Islands. Micronesica 31(1):96-105.
Quinn, NJ, & BL Kojis 2006. Evaluating the potential of natural reproduction and artificial means to increase Acropora populations. International Journal of Tropical Biology & Conservation / Revista de Biología Tropica 54 (Suppl. 3):105-116 Kojis, BL & NJ Quinn 2006. A census of the US Virgin Islands commercial fisheries at the start of the 21th century. Proc. 10th International Coral Reef Symp. pp 1333-1341 Quinn, NJ 2006. Working to stem the tide of cultural erosion through the documentation of local aquatic knowledge and fishing practices by Melanesian youth. Proc. 10th International Coral Reef Symp. pp 1936-1941 Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis 2006. Invertebrate recruitment patterns inside and outside Discovery Bay, Jamaica. Proc. 10th International Coral Reef Symp. pp 83-90 Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis 2006. Subsurface variation on an offshore reef during a period of heavy rainfall at St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Proc. 10th International Coral Reef Symposium. pp 406-409 Quinn, NJ, BL Kojis & R Sammuel. 2006. Empowering Papua New Guineans with environmental monitoring skills through participation in a Reef Check survey. Proc. 10th International Coral Reef Symp. pp 953-960 Quinn, NJ, D Gochfeld, M Hamann, M Slattery, L Walker & BL Kojis 2006. Documenting and conserving biodiversity on Jamaican coral reefs while exploring for pharmacologically interesting natural products. Proc. 10th International Coral Reef Symposium pp 807-816 Quinn, NJ 2005. Assessing pelagic fish stocks off Jamaica using game fishing tournament results. Proc. 56th Meeting Gulf & Caribbean Fisheries Institute. Tortola, British Virgin Is. 56:235-242 Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis 2005. Patterns of sexual recruitment of acroporid coral populations on the West Fore Reef at Discovery Bay, Jamaica. International Journal of Tropical Biology & Conser. / Revista de Biología Tropical 53(1):83-90 Davis, B & NJ Quinn 2004. Using GIS in human impact analysis of mangroves. South Pacific Journal of Natural Science 22:1-13 Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis 2004. Biological evidence of reduced nursery capability in Discovery Bay, Jamaica. Proc. 55th Meeting of the Gulf & Caribbean Fisheries Institute 55:735-743 Kojis, BL, NJ Quinn & SM Caseau 2003. Recent settlement trends in Panulirus argus (Decapoda: Palinuridae) pueruli around St Thomas, US Virgin Is. International Journal of Tropical Biology & Conservation / Revista de Biología Tropical 51(4):17-24 Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis 2003. Variation in subsurface seawater temperature off Discovery Bay, Jamaica and the U.S. Virgin Islands. International Journal of Tropical Biology & Conservation / Revista de Biología Tropical 51(4):181-187 Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis 2003. The dynamics of coral reef community structure and recruitment patterns around Rota, Saipan, and Tinian, Western Pacific. Bull Mar Sci 53: 646-661 Quinn, NJ 2002. Traditional Methods of Fishing with Special Reference to the South West Pacific. In: Fisheries and Aquaculture, Agricultural Sciences and Resources, Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), EOLSS Publishers, Oxford, UK, [www.eolss.net] Quinn, NJ 2002. Subsurface seawater temperature variation at Manumanua Island, Bootless Bay, Papua New Guinea, 1998 ? 2000. Science in New Guinea 26(1,2,3):12-15 Kojis, BL & NJ Quinn 2001. The importance of regional differences in hard coral recruitment rates for determining the need for coral restoration. Bull Mar Sci 69(2):967-974 Tonga, N, M Naqasima-Sobey & NJ Quinn 2000. Local marine biological knowledge and management practices in Hihifo Village, Ha?apai, Kingdom of Tonga. Women in Fisheries 7:¬9-13
Quinn, NJ. & BL Kojis 1999. Community structure of the living fossil coraline sponge populations at the Grotto, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands. Bull Mar. Sci. 65(1):227-234. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1999. Subsurface seawater temperature variation and the recovery of corals from the 1993 coral bleaching event in waters off St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Bull Mar. Sci. 65(1):201-214. Quinn, NJ & J Kanalagi. 1998. Fishing practices of Naimasimasi Village - A commuter village outside Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji. The Journal of the Pacific Society. 78-79(21):115-124. Quinn, NJ & MT Davis. 1997. The productivity and public health considerations of the urban women's daytime subsistence fishery off Suva Peninsula, Fiji. S. Pac. J. Nat. Sci.. 15:61-89. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1997. Settlement variations of the spiny lobster (Panulirus argus) on Witham collectors in Caribbean coastal waters around St. Thomas, United States Virgin Islands. Caribbean Journal of Science. 33:(in press). Quinn, NJ & DW Johnson. 1996. Cold water up welling cover Gulf of Oman coral reefs. Coral Reefs. 15:218. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1995. Use of artificial shelters to increase lobster production in the U.S. Virgin Is., with notes on the use of shelters in Mexican waters. Caribbean Journal of Science. 31:311-316. Roberts, CM, NJ Quinn, JW Tucker, Jr, & PN Woodward. 1995. Introduction of hatchery-reared Nassau grouper to a coral reef environment. North American J. of Fish. Management. 15(1):159-164. Kojis, BL, J Harrigan-Farrelly, & NJ Quinn. 1995. Sustainable development and coastal zone management in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Caribbean Affairs. 7:146-164. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1994. Monitoring sea water temperatures adjacent to shallow benthic communities in the Caribbean Sea: A comparison of AVHRR satellite records and in situ subsurface observations. Marine Technology Society Journal. 28(2):10-18. . Quinn, NJ, BL Kojis & CM Roberts. 1994. Conserving Caribbean marine resources. Caribbean Affairs. 7(1): 161-171. Strickland, RS & NJ Quinn. 1992. A survey of marine recreation services in the U.S. Virgin Islands. University of Puerto Rico Sea Grant Publication No. UPRSG-G-49. pp. 52. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1991. A low cost, appropriate technology method for estimating the productivity of a traditional, multi-species fishery in Papua New Guinea and implications for management. In: LaRecherche Face a la Peche Artisanale, Symp. Int. ORSTOM- IFREMER, (eds.) J.-R. Durand, J. Lemoalle and J. Weber, Paris, ORSTOM, 1991. 1:459-564. Quinn, NJ, BL Kojis, K Diele & U Meischner. 1991. Reproductive behaviour in Cardisoma carnifex (Herbst, 1974) (Brachyura: Gecarcinidae) at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum. 31:93. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1987. The influence of diel cycle, tidal direction and trawl alignment on beam trawl catches in an equatorial estuary. Env. Biol. Fish. 19:297-308. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1987. Reproductive biology of Scylla spp. (Crustacea: Portunidae): from the Labu estuary in Papua New Guinea. Bull. Mar. Sci. 41:234-241. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1987. Distribution and abundance of Acanthaster planci in Papua New Guinea. Bull. Mar. Sci. 41:576-578. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1987. Coastal Fisheries in Papua New Guinea. Kagoshima Univ. Research Center for the South Pacific, Occasional Papers. 13:24-30. Quinn, NJ, W Harvey, N Keenan & PJ Kershaw. 1986. Landsat as a resource management tool in Papua New Guinea. Cartography. 15:58-62. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1986. Annual variation in the nocturnal nekton assemblage of a tropical estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 22:63-90. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1985. Leatherback turtles under threat in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea. Ples. 1:79-99. Aynsley, RM & NJ Quinn. 1984. SeaTeach: An experimental underwater teaching facility. Architectural Science Review. 27:65-68. Kojis, BL & NJ Quinn. 1984. Seasonal and depth variation in fecundity of Acropora palifera at two reefs in Papua New Guinea. Coral Reefs. 3:165-172. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1983. Evaluation of day/night differences in trawl catches in a tropical estuary. Science in New Guinea. 10:172-186. Kojis, BL & NJ Quinn. 1982. The reproductive ecology of two faviid corals (Coelenterata, Scleractinia). Marine Ecology Progress Series 8:251-255. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1982. The hydrology of the Markham River intrusion into the Huon Gulf using Landsat imagery and in situ observations. Science in New Guinea. 9:115-129. Quinn, NJ & BL Kojis. 1981. Lack of changes in nocturnal estuarine fish assemblages between new and full moon phases in Serpentine Creek, Queensland. Env. Biol. Fish. 6:211-217. Kojis, BL & NJ Quinn. 1981. Aspects of sexual reproduction and larval development in the shallow water hermatypic coral, Goniastrea australensis (Edwards and Haime, 1857). Bull. Mar. Sci. 31:258-274. Quinn, NJ 1980. Analysis of temporal changes in fish assemblages in Serpentine Creek, Queensland. Env. Biol. Fish. 5:117-133.
Quinn, NJ & RS Strickland. 1994. The marine recreational services industry in the U.S. Virgin Islands. North South: Magazine of the Americas. 16:42-47. Quinn, NJ. 1993. Traditional fishing in the Torres Strait Islands. (Book Review). Reef Encounter. 13:19. Roberts, CM & NJ Quinn. 1993. Experimental restocking of Nassau grouper underway in the US Virgin Islands. Reef Encounter. 13:13. Quinn, NJ, BL Kojis & G Chapman. 1993. Spiny lobster (Panulirus argus) recruitment to artificial habitats in waters off St. Thomas, USA Virgin Islands. Lobster Newsletter. 6(1):3-4. Roberts, CM & NJ Quinn. 1993. Rehabilitating the Nassau grouper fishery of the Virgin Islands. ECC Explorer. 1(2):1-2. Battey, J, E Gladfelter, C Grippaldi, R Hayes, N Quinn & M Taylor. 1992. US Virgin Islands: Small islands big in science. Reef Encounter. 12:14-15. Quinn, NJ. 1992. We are all in it together. Virgin Islands Daily News April 15. p.12. Quinn, NJ. 1991. School for Field Studies. Times of the Islands, Fall, pp. 64-76. Quinn, NJ. 1990. Lizard Island Research Station supporting Marine Science on the Great Barrier Reef. Maritime Studies. 8:25-33. Quinn, NJ. 1989. Lizard Island Research Station supporting marine research on the Great Barrier Reef for the last 15 years. Underwater Geographic. 27:15-19. Aynsley, R & NJ Quinn. 1987.

Group(s): CARSADIR , GLODIR
Created: 1998-03-04 Last Updated: 2014-07-27 by Norman QUINN