Dawn Glasgow

South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

Address: Marine Resources Research Institute, 217 Fort Johnson Road, Charleston, SC 29412
Phone: 843.953.0480
E-mail: glasgowd@dnr.sc.gov


Ph.D., 2017, University of South Carolina
M.S., 2010, College of Charleston
B.S., 2007, College of Charleston
A.S., 2005, Trident Technical College

Research Interests

  • Marine fish ecology
  • Fisheries science

Current research projects


  • Glasgow, D.M. (2017) Environmental relationships and predator-prey interactions within the snapper-grouper complex in the southeastern U.S. Atlantic – implications for fisheries management. Doctoral dissertation
  • Bacheler, N.M., Schobernd, Z.H., Berrane, D.J., Schobernd, C.M., Mitchell, W.A., Teer, B.Z., Gregalis, K.C., and Glasgow, D.M. (2016) Spatial distribution of reef fish species along the southeast US Atlantic coast inferred from underwater video survey data.  PLOS ONE 11(9): e0162653. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0162653
  • Goldman, S., Glasgow, D., Falk, S. (2016) Feeding habits of 2 reef-associated fishes, red porgy (Pagrus pagrus) and gray triggerfish (Balistes capriscus), off the southeastern United States. Fishery Bulletin 114:317–329
  • Bubley, W., Ballenger, J.C., Glasgow, D.M., Kingsley-Smith, P. (2015) Relative abundance (CPUE) and distribution (habitat use) of Lionfish (Pterois sp.) in the Southeast region based on reef fish survey (video) observations. Final Report. South Carolina State Wildlife Grant T-54-R-1; F10AF004435
  • Glasgow, D.M. (2010) Photographic evidence of temporal and spatial variation in hardbottom habitat and associated biota of the southeastern U.S. Atlantic continental shelf. Master’s thesis. College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
  • Murren, C.J., Purvis, K.G., Glasgow, D., Messervy, J., Penrod, M., and Strand, A. (2014) Investigating lag phase and invasion potential of Vitex rotundifolia: A coastal Dune Exotic. Journal of Coastal Research (30)4:815-824