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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Fisheries Scientist
Department Oceans and Atmosphere Flagship
Address
Private Bag No. 1
Aspendale
VIC
3195
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel [61](3)9239 4681
Email
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Ph.D
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Fisheries, Aquaculture , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities Specific interest in stock assessments on tuna and billfish (principally yellowfin tuna, bigeye tuna, broadbill swordfish and striped marlin). Includes analysis of catch rates in association with longline fishing operations and evaluation of harvest strategies. General interest in resource modelling of marine systems (including experimental design and metapopulation dynamics.
Research Region 72, 84
Skills/Expertise Resource modeller Fisheres stock assessments Database manager
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Robert CAMPBELL)

Campbell, R.A. (2015) A new spatial framework incorporating uncertain stock and fleet dynamics for estimating fish abundance. Fish and Fisheries, DOI: 10.1111/faf.120
Campbell, R.A. (2014) Constructing stock abundance indices from catch and effort data: some nuts and bolts. Fisheries Research, 161, 109-130
Campbell, R.A. and Young, J.W. (May 2012) Monitoring the behaviour of longline gears and the depth and time of fish capture in the Australian Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery Fisheries Research, 119-120, 48-65
Prince, J.D., Dowling, N.A., Davies, C.R. Campbell, R.A., Kolody, D.S. (May 2011) A simple cost-effective and scale-less empirical approach to harvest strategies. ICES Journal of Marine Science (2011), 68(5), 947?960
Young, J.W., M.J. Lansdell, R.A. Campbell, S.P. Cooper, F. Juanes and M.A. Guest. (Nov 2010) Feeding ecology and niche segregation in oceanic top predators off eastern Australia. Marine Biology, 157: 2347-2368
Campbell, R.A. and Dowling, N.A. (2005) Evaluating Harvest Strategies for a Developing Fishery: Application to the Australian Broadbill Swordfish fishery in the SW Pacific. In: Kruse,. G.H, V.F. Gallucci, D.E. Hay, R.I. Perry, R.M. Peterman, T.C. Shirley, P.D. Spencer, B. Wilson, and D. Woodby (eds.) Fisheries assessment and management of in data-limited situations, Alaska Sea Grant Colleage Program Report No. AK-SG-05-02, University of Alaska Fairbanks. 958pp
Campbell, R.A. (2004) CPUE standardization and the construction of indices of stock abundance in a spatially varying fishery using general linear models. Fisheries Research, 70, 209-227
Campbell,R. (1998) Catch and effort analysis with uncertain stock and effort dynamics: Southern Bluefin Tuna. In: Fishery Stock Assessment Models, edited by Funk, F. et al, Alaska Sea Grant Program Report No. AK-SG-98-01, University of Alaska Fairbanks,.


Created: 2000-10-20 Last Updated: 2015-05-16 by Robert CAMPBELL