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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Chief Scientist/ President
Department Fish, Fisheries, and Marine Mammals
Institution
Hanan & Associates, Inc. ( H&A)
PO Box 8914 Rancho Santa Fe CA 92067
Address
Hanan & Associates, Inc. PO Box 8914
Rancho Santa Fe
California
CA 92067
United States
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel 001-858-832-1159
Fax 001-858-756-9268
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Ph.D. M.A. B.A.
Job type Teaching/Education , Research , Data Management , Natural Resource Management , Institutional Management , Decision Making & Policy , Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Research Support Services , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Research Support Services
Research Region 72, 84
Skills/Expertise Doyle Hanan formed and is president of Hanan & Associates, Inc. a marine consulting firm providing expertise to fisheries and wildlife agencies, municipalities, and foundations. After an early retirement as a senior marine biologist supervisor for California Department of Fish and Game, he was employed as marine director for HDR Engineering, Inc. At CDFG, he directed and participated in research teams investigating nearshore and offshore fisheries, as well as, marine mammals, invertebrates and plants. His projects focused on marine ecosystems and population biology; development and implementation of fishery management plans (white seabass plan, CPS plan, market squid plan); applied research, and fisheries analysis. He designed and implemented observer programs for the shark/swordfish drift gillnet fishery, the nearshore setnet fisheries, salmon troll fishery, and CPFV fishery. He was the state=s voting member of California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations (CalCOFI). He was selected to serve on two standing committees to advise the Secretary of Commerce: 1) Pacific Scientific Review Group which reviews all marine mammal stocks, research, and fisheries interactions in the Pacific Ocean; and 2) Drift Gillnet/Pacific Cetacean Take Reduction Team which was charged with developing overseeing a plan to reduce marine mammal bycatch in this fishery. The plan did effect an 80% reduction in this bycatch. He served on the National Ecosystem Principles Panel commissioned by Congress through the Sustainable Fisheries Act to develop recommendations expanding the application of ecosystem principles in fishery conservation and management activities. He participated in the working and contributing groups for the Report to Congress on Salmon-Pinniped and Greater Ecosystem Interactions commissioned by Congress in the reauthorization of the Marine Mammal Protection Act. For PFMC, he was co-chair of the CPS FMP development team and chair of the CPS management team that developed, wrote, and implemented the CPS FMP. He served recently on the PFMC Highly Migratory Species Advisory Sub panel. H&A, Inc. has contracts with National Marine Fisheries Service, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, Gulf & South Atlantic Fisheries Foundation, Inc., the City of San Diego, and the California Wetfish Producers Association. Projects include fish, fisheries, and marine mammal research and consulting.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Doyle HANAN)

Hanan, D .A. and Z. D. Hanan. 2014. Final Report. Incidental Harassment Authorization Issued June 28, 2013 ? June 27, 2014 to the City of San Diego for La Jolla California Children?s Pool Construction and Harbor Seal Monitoring. National Marine Fisheries Service. Office of protected Resources 1315 East-West Hwy Silver Spring, MD 20910. 35 pages. Schafer, J., D.A Hanan, S.M. Stohs and Z.D. Hanan. 2014. West Coast Drift Gillnet and Harpoon Fishery Cost-And-Earnings Survey. US Dep. Com. NOAA Tech. Memoranda No. NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFC-xxx. In Press. 60 Pages.
Hanan, D.A., and Z.D. Hanan. 2012. West Coast Charter Boat Cost-Earnings Pilot Survey for FY 2011. Final Rpt. Submitted to USDOC NOAA/NMFS SWFSC, July 2012. 23 pages. Hanan, D.A., and B.E. Curry. 2012. Long-Term Movement Patterns and Habitat Use of Nearshore Groundfish: Tag-Recapture in Central and Southern California Waters. Open Fish Science Journal, Vol. 5, pages 30-43. http://benthamscience.com/open/tofishsj/articles/V005/30TOFISHSJ.pdf Hanan, D.A., 2012. Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Model 700B Modified Pulser System in Reducing Pinniped Predation/Bycatch on Active Fishing Vessels. Final Rpt. Order Number JF133F10SE2657. Submitted to USDOC NOAA/NMFS SWR, January 2012. 18 pages. Churnside, J.H., D.A Hanan, Z.D. Hanan, and R.D. Marchbanks. 2011. Lidar as a tool for fisheries management. Presented SPIE conference. Proceedings of SPIE Volume 8159, 2011, Article number 81590J. Lidar Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring XII; San Diego, CA; 21 August 2011 through 22 August 2011. 7 pages. http://www.scopus.com/record/display.url?eid=2-s2.0-80053401168&origin=inward&txGid=R6cJmrSfgOH5B8rzUSTT95Z%3a2. Hanan, D.A., J.H. Churnside, Z.D. Hanan, and D.A. Demer. 2011. Investigating methods for obtaining fishery-independent estimates of pacific sardine (Sardinops sagax) abundance: comparative analysis of photographic, lidar, and acoustic survey techniques. Final report submitted to California Wetfish Producers Association and Pacific Fishery Management Council, Portland, OR, June, 2011. 67 pages. Hanan, D.A., B.E. Curry, and Z.D. Hanan. 2011. West coast drift gillnet and harpoon fishery cost and earnings survey responses. Final Rpt. Order Number AB133F-09SE4596. Submitted to USDOC NOAA/NMFS SWR, March 2011. 27 pages. Hanan, D.A. 2011. Data report of a hydroacoustic and planktonic survey for market squid (Doryteuthis [Loligo] opalescens ) in the southern California bight. January 5 through January 15, 2011. Final report submitted to California Wetfish Producers Association, March, 2011. 22 pages. Hanan, D.A. and B.E. Curry. 2010. Biological report: Brief update regarding pinnipeds at Children?s Pool, La Jolla, California, and lifeguard tower reconstruction. Submitted to: The City of San Diego, Public Building and Parks Division. 17 pages. Hanan, D.A. and B.E. Curry. 2010. California least tern, Sterna antillarum browni. Summary information in relation to La Jolla children?s pool. Lifeguard tower construction. December 2010. Submitted to: The City of San Diego Public Building and Parks Division. 4 Pages. Hanan&Associates. 2010. West coast recreational for-hire sector, data needs and data collection planning: CPUE index of abundance for north pacific albacore tuna. Final report to Marine Recreational Information Program. Funding provided by Pacific Marine Fisheries Commission administered by Pacific States Fisheries Commission. May, 2010. 64 Pages. Jagielo, T., D. Hanan, R. Howe, and M. Mikesell. 2010. West coast aerial sardine survey sampling results in 2010. Unpublished Report prepared for the Northwest Sardine Survey, LLC and California Wetfish Producers Association. October, 2010. 50 pages. Jagielo, T., D. Hanan, and R. Howe. 2009. West Coast Aerial Sardine Survey. Sampling Results in 2009. Final report presented to California Wetfish Producers Association and Northwest Sardine Survey, LLC. 13 pages. Submitted to Pacific Fishery Management Council, Portland, OR, October 14, 2009. D. Hanan. Oral presentation at 10th Trinational Sardine Forum November 17-18, 2009 and CCS workshop, November 19-20, 2009 in La Paz, Mexico.
Curry, B.E., and D.A. Hanan. 2009. Selected Fish and Invertebrate Species of Southern California?s Recreational Fishery: Overviews and Status Updates. Partnership for Sustainable Oceans, American Sportfishing Association, Sportfishing Association of California, 225 Reinekers Lane, Suite 420 Alexandria, VA 22314. January 2009. 125 pages illustrated.
DeAngles, M. L., D. A. Hanan, and B. E. Curry. 2008. Preliminary Observations of the Effectiveness of Non-Lethal Deterence Methods for California Sea Lions and Pacific Harbor Seals along the Coast of California. Proc. 23rd Vertebr. Pest Conf. (R. M. Timm and M. B. Madon, Eds.) Published at Univ. of Calif., Davis. Pp. 181-185.
Hanan, D. A., 2006. Utilizing Commercial Passenger Fishing Vessels to Catch and Tag Nearshore Groundfish. Final Report for PSMFC Contract No. 05-23. West Coast Cooperative Research Program. Available from: Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, 205 SE Spokane St, Suite 100. Portland, Oregon 97202-6413. January 31, 2006. 10 pages. Hester, F., R. Hudson, and D. Hanan. 2005. ?Southeastern U.S. Commercial Shark Fishery Stock Assessment and Fishery Management Policy Analysis.? Final rpt. presented to Gulf and South Atlantic Fisheries Foundation, Inc. August 5, 2005 Cooperative Agreement No. NA 17FD Contract No. 84-04-2800/6000. 78 pages. Hanan, D. A. 2005. Correction factors for aerial counts of molting Pacific harbor seals (Phoca vitulina richardsi) in California. Final report to Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission In fulfillment of PSMFC Contract Number 04-41. March 31, 2005. 18 pages. Hanan, D. A., and G. S. Campbell. 2005. Recommendations for U.S. West Coast Highly Migratory Species Observer Programs with Options for Levels of Significance. Final Rpt. Service Order No. 40JGNF20063. Submitted to USDOC NOAA/NMFS SWFSC. February 2005. 115 pages. Hanan, D. A., 2004. Biological Letter Report and Recommendations for Construction, Regarding Pinniped Surveys at Children?s Pool, La Jolla, California. Final report submitted to the City of San Diego, California. In Partial Fulfillment of Fixed Fee Agreement C-12438 for Children?s Pool Lifeguard Tower. 27 pages. Hanan, D. A., 2004. Utilizing Commercial Passenger Fishing Vessels to Catch and Tag Nearshore Groundfish. Final Report for PSMFC Contract No. 03-03. Collaborative Groundfish Data Collection, California Groundfish Disaster Response Program. Available from: Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, 205 SE Spokane St, Suite 100. Portland, Oregon 97202-6413. 9 pages Hanan, D. A., 2004. Marine Mammals and Turtles. Chapters 3 & 4 in the Pacific Coast Groundfish Fishery Management Plan Bycatch Mitigation Program: Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement. NMFS Northwest Region, Seattle, February 2004. Hanan, D. A., 2004. Economic Impacts Associated with the Expanding California Sea Lion Populations. Final Report Submitted to Fisherman?s Alliance of California and Sportfishing Association of California. March 15, 2004. 21 pages. Hanan, D. A., 2003. Economic Impacts Associated with the Expanding California Sea Lion Population. Written Testimony of Dr. Doyle A. Hanan before the U.S. House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Fisheries Conservation, Wildlife and Oceans. August 19, 2003. http://resourcescommittee.house.gov/108cong/fish/2003aug19/hanan.htm. R. N. Fraker, D. A. Hanan, and M. A. Fraker. 2002. Tyco Global Network, TransPacific Cable Installation, Marine Wildlife Monitoring Report. Tyco Networks (US) Inc. Morristown, New Jersey. December 2002. TerraMar Environmental Research LL. Ashland, Oregon USA 97520. Hanan, D. A. 2002. California Sea Lion Interactions with Live Bait Receivers; Initial Investigation into Problems, Impacts, and Solutions. Final Rpt. Service Order No. 40ABNF101546. Submitted to USDOC NOAA/NMFS SWR, August 2002. 43 pages. Hanan, D., M. Larson, M. Horeczko, M. Ellsworth, A. Vejar, C. Valle, C. Chan, L. Laughlin, S. Crooke, M. Fluharty, T. Barnes, C. Pattison, C. Dawson, D. Aseltine-Neilson. 2001. White Seabass Fishery Management Plan (WSFMP). California Department of Fish and Game, Marine Region. 134 pages. Hanan, D., J. Sisson revised by Robert Read and Carrie Wilson. 2001. Marine mammal resources: pinnipeds. Pages 523-528 in California's living marine resources: a status report. W. S. Leet, C. M. Dewees, Richard Kllingbeil and Eric J. Larson (eds.) University of California. Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication SG01-11. December 2001. Hanan, D. A. 2000. Overview of coastal pelagic species fisheries management plan. Pages 103-106. In Proceedings of the Sardine Symposium 2000. May 23-25, 2000: Held at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the National Marine Fisheries Service?s Southwest Fisheries Science Center La Jolla, California. S. Phillips (ed.). Pacific States Fisheries Commission. 45 SE 82nd Drive, Suite 100, Gladstone, Oregon 97027-2522. Hanan, D. A. 1999. Pacific harbor seals. Alolkoy. Pinnipeds in CINMS. Channel Islands Marine Sanctuary Foundation. 12(2) 11 pages. Fluharty,D., P. Aparicio, C. Blackburn, G. Boehlert, F. Coleman, P. Conkling, R. Costanza, P. Dayton, R. Francis, D. Hanan, K. Hinmam, E. Houde, J. Kitchell, R. Langton, J. Lubchenco, M. Mangel, R. Nelson, V. O?Connell, M. Orbach, and M. Sissenwine. 1999. Ecosystem-based fishery management: a report to Congress by the ecosystem principles advisory panel. U.S. Department of Commerce. NOAA/NMFS. 54 pages. Bargmann, G., D. A Hanan, S. F. Herrick, K. T. Hill, L. D. Jacobson, J. Morgan, R. Parrish, J. Spratt, and J. Walker. 1998. Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC). Amendment 8. The coastal pelagic fishery management plan. Pacific Fishery Management Council, Portland, OR. 442 pages.

Group(s): GLODIR
Created: 1997-02-19 Last Updated: 2015-07-02 by Doyle HANAN