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Details of Mr. Robert Leslie Humphreys, Jr.   


PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Supervisory Research Fishery Biologist
Department Life History Program
Institution
NOAA, NMFS, Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (
1845 Wasp Blvd., Bldg. 176 Honolulu 96818
Address
NOAA, NMFS, Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center 1845 Wasp Blvd., Bldg. 176
Honolulu
Hawaii
96818
United States
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel 808-725-5377
Fax 808-725-2980
Email
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree M.Sc
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Fisheries, Aquaculture , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities Life history and recruitment studies of fishes; research on billfish and other epipelagic fishes; neuston ecology; seamount ecology
Research Region Tropical and subtropical Pacific
Skills/Expertise Otolith preparation and analysis, gonad histology, SEM, laser ablation ICP-MS, plankton sampling, scientific cruise leader, supervisor of life history research unit, peer-reviewed scientific writing and presentations
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Mr. Robert HUMPHREYS, JR.)

DeMartini, E.E., J.H. Uchiyama, R.L.Humphreys, J.D. Sampaga, and H.A. Williams. (2007). Age and growth of swordfish (Xiphias gladius) caught by the Hawaii-based pelagic longline fishery. U.S. Fishery Bulletin 105: 356-367.
Hyde, J.R., R. Humphreys, M. Musyl, E. Lynn, and R. Vetter. (2006). A central North Pacific spawning ground for striped marlin, Tetrapterus audax. Bulletin of Marine Science 79(3): 683-690.
Humphreys, R.L. Jr., S.E. Campana, and E.E. DeMartini. (2005). Otolith elemental fingerprints of juvenile Pacific swordfish Xiphias gladius. Journal of Fish Biology 66: 1660-1670.
Yanagimoto, T. and R.L. Humphreys Jr. (2005). Maturation and reproductive cycle of female armorhead Pseudopentaceros wheeleri from the southern Emperor-northern Hawaiian Ridge Seamounts. Fisheries Science 71: 1059-1068.
Hyde, J.R., E. Lynn, R. Humphreys Jt., M. Musyl, A.P. West, and R. Vetter. (2005). Shipboard identification of fish eggs and larvae by multiplex PCR, and description of fertilized eggs of blue marlin, shortbill spearfish, and wahoo. Marine Ecology Progress Series 286: 269-277.
Humphreys, R. L. Jr. (2000) Otolith-based assessment of recruitment variation in a North Pacific seamount population of armorhead Pseudopentaceros wheeleri. Marine Ecology Progress Series 204: 213-223.

Group(s): GLODIR
Created: 1997-03-25 Last Updated: 2015-08-01 by Robert HUMPHREYS, JR.