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Julie Neer

SEDAR Coordinator

Phone: 843.571.4366
E-mail: Julie.Neer@safmc.net



Education

Ph.D., 2005, Louisiana State University
M.S., 1998, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, San Jose State University


Research Interests

  • fisheries science and management
  • elasmobranch ecology
  • life history of fishes
  • population dynamics

Publications

  • Carlson, J.K., E. Cortés, J.A. Neer, C.T. McCandless and L.R. Beerkircher.  2008  The status of the United States population of night shark (Carcharhinus signatus). Marine Fisheries Review 70(1):1-13.
  • Neer, J.A., J.K. Blackburn, and B.A. Thompson.  2007.  Shark nursery areas of central Louisiana's nearshore coastal waters. Pages 317-330 in C. T. McCandless, N. E. Kohler, and H. L. Pratt, Jr., editors. Shark nursery grounds of the Gulf of Mexico and the East Coast waters of the United States. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 50, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Neer, J.A., K.A. Rose, and E. Cortés. 2007.  Simulating the effects of temperature on individual and population growth of the cownose ray, Rhinoptera bonasus: a coupled bioenergetics and matrix modeling approach.  Marine Ecology Progress Series. 329:211-223.
  • Neer, J.A. and B.A. Thompson.  2005.  Life history of the cownose ray, Rhinoptera bonasus, in the northern Gulf of Mexico, with comments on geographic variability in life history traits.  Environmental Biology of Fishes.  73:321-331.
  • Neer, J.A., Thompson, B.A., and J.K. Carlson.  2005.  Age and growth of the bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas), in the northern Gulf of Mexico: incorporating variability in size at birth.  Journal of Fish Biology 67:370-383.