Contact InformationUniversity of Rhode Island
Graduate School of Oceanography
215 South Ferry Road
Narragansett, RI 02882-1197
Phone: (401) 874-6859
Jeremy Collie Affiliate Faculty
- Univeristy of Rhode Island
- ICES Marine Habitat Committee
- Scientific Advisory Committee of the Rhode Island Bays
- Watersheds Coordination Team
- New England Fisheries Management Council
- Ph.D. 1985 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Biology)
Jeremy Collie is a quantitative ecologist who specializes in fish population dynamics. He also studies the impacts of disturbance on benthic communities, predator-prey interactions, stock assessment and fisheries management.
- Jeremy Collie at University of Rhode Island
- University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography
T.J. Quinn and J.S. Collie. 2005. Sustainability in single-species population models. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. 360:147-162.
J.S. Collie, K. Richardson, and J.H. Steele. 2004. Regime shifts: can theory illuminate the mechanisms? Progress in Oceanography 60:281-302.
J.S. Collie, H. Gislason, and M. Vinther. 2003. Using AMOEBAs to display multispecies, multifleet fisheries advice. ICES. J. Mar. Sci. 60:709-720.
J.S. Collie and H. Gislason. 2001. Biological reference points for fish stocks in a multispecies context. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58:2233-2246.
J.S. Collie, S.J. Hall, M.J. Kaiser, and I.R. Poiner. 2000. A quantitiative analysis of fishing impacts on shelf-sea benthos. J. Anim. Ecol. 69:785-798.