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Investigating the effect of oil spills
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Steven Saul

Arizona State University

Polytechnic Campus

7001 E Williams Field Rd
Mesa, AZ  85212  

steven.saul@asu.edu

Project List:

Avoiding Surprises: understanding the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on the decision making behaviors of fishers and how this affects the assessment and management of commercially important fish species in the Gulf of Mexico using an agent-base

Year 6-8 Investigator Grants (RFP-V)Role: Principal Investigator, Project Data Point of Contact

Publications & Presentations:

Conference Presentations - 5

2017

Saul, S. E. (2017). An agent-based model of fisher behaviour and fish population dynamics in the Gulf of Mexico: how does fisher behavior affect stock assessment? In Advances in Marine Ecosystem Modelling Research (AMEMR) Conference. Plymouth, United Kingdom : 07/03/17-07/06/17.

2016

Saul, S. (2016). An agent-based model of fisher behavior and fish population dynamics in the Gulf of Mexico. How does fisher behavior affect stock assessment? In 7th World Fisheries Congress. Busan, South Korea : 06/23/16-06/27/16.
Saul, S. (2016). An agent-based model of fisher behavior and fish population dynamics in the Gulf of Mexico. How does fisher behavior affect stock assessment? In 7th International Congress on Agent Computing. Fairfax, VA : 11/29/16-11/30/16.
Saul, S., & Die, D. (2016). Avoiding surprises: understanding the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on the decision making behaviors of fishers and how this affects the assessment and management of commercially important fish species in the Gulf of Mexico using an agent-based model. In Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference 2016. Tampa, FL : 02/01/16-02/04/16: Poster.
Saul, S., & Die, D. (2016). The interaction of fisher behavior and fish population dynamics in the Gulf of Mexico: what can an agent-based model inform us about this relationship and its effect on stock assessment? In 5th National Forum on Socioeconomic Research in Coastal Systems. New Orleans. LA : 03/20/16-03/22/16.