Curriculum Vitae


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DR. PAUL SNELGROVE
CURRICULUM VITAE


Professor
Ocean Sciences Centre (OSC)
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John’s, NL, Canada A1C 5S7
Phone: 709-864-3440
FAX: 709-864-3220
e-mail: psnelgrove@mun.ca


EDUCATION:

1993                   Ph.D. (Biological Oceanography), Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods
                            Hole Oceanographic Institution (MIT/WHOI) Joint Program in Oceanography;
                            Woods Hole, MA, USA. Ph.D. co-advisors: Cheryl Ann Butman (now Zimmer)
                            and J. Frederick Grassle
1987                   M.Sc. (Oceanography), McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. M.Sc.
                            thesis advisor: John B. Lewis
1984                   B.Sc. Hon. (Biology), Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN), NL,
                            Canada. Honours advisor: Richard L. Haedrich

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

2016-present    Associate Scientific Director, Ocean Frontier Institute, MUN
2015-present    Network Director, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of
                            Canada (NSERC) Strategic Research Network “Canadian Healthy Oceans 
                            Network II"
2016                   Guest Investigator, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
2013                   Senior Research Fellow, Tvärminnen Zoological Station, University of Helsinki
2012                   Knapp Endowed Visiting Chair, Department of Marine Science & Environmental
                            Studies, University of San Diego
2009-present   Professor, Ocean Sciences Centre and Biology Deptartments, MUN
2003-2013        Canada Research Chair in Boreal and Cold Ocean Systems (Tier 2),
2008-2013        Network Director, NSERC Strategic Research Network “Canadian Healthy 
                            Oceans Network I”
2003-2009       Associate Professor, Ocean Sciences Centre and Biology Dept., MUN
2002                  Guest Investigator, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
2002-2003       Associate Professor, Biology Department and NSERC Industrial Research Chair
                            in Fisheries Conservation, Marine Institute, MUN, St. John's, NL
1996-2002        Assistant Professor, Biology Department and NSERC Industrial Research Chair
                            in Fisheries Conservation, Marine Institute, MUN, St. John's, NL
1996                   Killam Postdoctoral Fellow, Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, NS (Jon Grant advisor)
1993-1995         Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers
                            University, New Brunswick, New Jersey (Fred & Judy Grassle advisors)
1987-1993         Ph.D. Research Assistantship, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods
                            Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
1984-1987         M.Sc. Research Assistantship and Teaching Assistant/Tutor (General Biology
                            and Biometry), McGill University (Biology), Montreal, Quebec
1984                   Research Assistant, Federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans, North
                            Atlantic Fisheries Center, St. John's, NL
1983                   NSERC Summer Fellow, Department of Biology, MUN
1982                   Field Assistant, Department of Biology, MUN, St. John's, NL

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Marine community ecology, marine conservation, larval ecology and connectivity of fish and
benthic invertebrates, biodiversity patterns and drivers, hydrodynamic effects on benthic
communities and populations, deep-sea ecology, coral reef ecology, disturbance and
anthropogenic impacts

AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS:

  •  University Research Professor, Memorial University 2015-2020
  • Parsons Medal for Achievement in Interdisciplinary Ocean Sciences in Canada 2013
  • Senior Research Fellow, Tvärminnen Zoological Station, University of Helsinki 2013
  • Knapp Endowed Chair, University of San Diego 2012
  • Tier 2 Canada Research Chair, 2003-2007, 2007-2012
  • NSERC Industrial Research Chair in Fisheries Conservation, 1996-2003
  • Killam Postdoctoral Fellowship, Dalhousie University, 1996
  • Rutgers University Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1993
  • NSERC 3-Yr Postgraduate Scholarship for Ph.D. Study, 1987
  • NSERC Postgraduate Scholarship for M.Sc. Study, 1985
  • NSERC Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship, 1984
  • M.J. Dunbar Award for Academic Excellence in Oceanography, McGill Univ., 1987
  • Academic Excellence in Biology Award, MUN, 1984


INVITED INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES:

  • Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research Working Group Roadmap for a Standardised Global Approach to Deep-Sea Biology for the Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development – (DeepSeaDecade), 2020-2022.
  • Workshop Chair and Lead, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research proposal development team for “Life in a Changing Ocean” Montreal and Toronto, 2013-2014
  • United Nations Pool of Experts for World Ocean Assessment 2013-2015, 2018- (remote)
  • Scientific Advisory Committee, VECTORS EC Program, Athens, Greece and Montpelier,
    France 2012-2015
  • Science Advisory Committee, EC Program “EuroMarine”, Gothenberg, Sweden 2010-2012
  • Review Committee – European Science Foundation EURODEEP Program, Dec. 2010
  • Review Committee – European Commission Framework 7 Integrated Project 2008
  • Chair, Census of Marine Life 2010 Synthesis Group, 2007 – 2010
  • Member of Scientific Steering Committee, Int. Census of Marine Life (Ex-Officio) 2008-2010
  • Invited Group of Experts, United Nations Law of the Sea Meeting on Marine Scientific
    Research, New York April 2009
  • Chair, Census of Marine Life 2010 International Framework Committee, 2006 – 2007
  • SCOPE Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment. Steering Committee and Marine Chair of the Committee for Soils and Sediments, 1998 – 2005


CORPORATE POSITIONS:

  • Advisory Board, ONE OCEAN Hub, UK Research and Innovation, 2019-2023
  • Advisory Board, MERCES (MERCES: Marine Ecosystem Restoration in Changing European Seas) European Union Horizon 2020 Project 2016-present
  • Advisory Board, A Trans-Atlantic assessment and deep-water ecosystem-based spatial management plan for Europe (ATLAS). Horizon 2020 Project. 2016-present
  • Ocean Literacy Think Tank Advisory Board, ResponSEAble Horizon 2020 Project 2016-2018
  • Advisory Board DEVOTEs (DEVelopment Of innovative Tools for understanding marine biodiversity and assessing good Environmental Status) EU 7th Framework Project 2014-2016
  • Board of Directors, Ocean Learning Partnership, 2014-present
  • Board of Directors, People and the Sea Film Festival, 2013 – present
  • Board of Directors, Canadian Centre for Marine Biodiversity 2008 - 2012
  • Board of Directors, NSERC Strategic Canadian Healthy Oceans Network, 2008 – 2013
  • Neptune Canada Executive Committee (Ex-officio), 2006 – 2013
  • Member of the Corporation (Ex-officio) –Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 2005-2013
  • Board of Directors, Canadian Scientific Submersible Facility (CSSF) December 2005 – 2018

INVITED NATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES:

  • Canadian Marine Science Working Group (ORCA – Ocean Researchers Canada Alliance) 2015 - present
  • Science Council, Ocean Networks Canada 2015 - present
  • Scientific Committee on Oceanographic Research (SCOR) Canadian National Committee 2012-present
  • Core expert advisor to Canadian Council of Academies review of Ocean Science Research Needs and Priorities 2011-2012
  • Consultant, Canada Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum Board Old Harry Review, 2011
  • Co-Chair, NEPTUNE Canada Science Advisory Committee, 2006 – 2011
  • Consultant, Natural History Society of Newfoundland Environmental Impact Assessment of Orphan Basin Drilling Program, December 2005
  • Chair, Census of Marine Life Canada Steering Committee, October 2004 – 2010
  • Consultant, White Rose Environmental Impact Assessment and Advisory Group, Jacques Whitford Inc. St. John’s, 2003-2007


INVITED WORKSHOPS (expenses paid):

  • Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research Workshop on Roadmap for a Standardised Global Approach to Deep-Sea Biology for the Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, Aviro Portugal, January 2020
  • Decade of Ocean Sciences Planning Meeting, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December, 2019
  • Decade of Ocean Sciences Planning Meeting, Copenhagen Denmark, May, 2019
  • Deep Ocean Stewardship Initiative Workshop on Climate Change & Deep Sea Mining. La Jolla, June 2019
  • Ocean Protection Plan Cumulative Effects Workshop, Transport Canada. Ottawa Feb. 2019
  • Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Ecosystem Based Approaches, Mallorca, Spain April 2019
  • Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance What’s Next Workshop, Brussels, Belgium Dec. 2018
  • Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) Workshop on Biological Observation, Nov 2018
  • Fisheries and Oceans Canada meeting on Networks of Marine Protected Areas, Montreal Nov 2018
  • Workshop on Deep Ocean Observation Initiative, Seattle WA, Aug 2018
  • Workshop to prepare EU RISE proposal on ecological tools, Brest, France Dec 2017
  • Workshop on Deep-Sea Biodiversity Methodology, Nekton Foundation, Oxford UK Mar 2017
  • Ocean Researchers in Canada Alliance planning meeting, Ottawa, February 2017
  • Workshop on “Implications of climate change for a new international legal agreement on conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity beyond the limits of national jurisdiction. Pocantico Center of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Tarrytown NY
  • DFO NL Region – Steering Committee meeting (and reviewer) on Identifying Ecologically and Biologically Significant Areas. St. John’s. February 2017
  • Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance – writing workshop for Work Package 4 – on Ocean Stressors & Health – Developing an Ecosystem Based Approach. Reykjavik, Jan. 2017
  • Deep Ocean Observatory Strategy (DOOS) Workshop, Scripps Inst. of Oceanography, La Jolla CA, Dec. 2016
  • DFO/WWF Workshop on Ecologically and Biologically Sensitive Areas, Ottawa, Nov. 2016
  • Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat “Delineation of Significant Areas of Coldwater Corals and Sponge-Dominated Communities in Canada's Atlantic and Eastern Arctic Marine Waters Halifax, March 2016
  • International workshop on Making the ecosystem approach operational. Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance, Copenhagen Jan 2015
  • The Atlantic – Our Shared Resource: Making the Vision Reality, European Commission, Brussels April 2015
  • Canadian Consortium of Ocean Universities Ocean Science Round Table, Ottawa Oct. 2014
  • Ocean Tracking Network, An Ocean of Opportunity. Ottawa June 2014
  • National Science Foundation of the United States Workshop on Artic and North Atlantic Research, Arlington USA April 2014
  • European Research Association-Canada Rome Symposium on Arctic and Marine Research Infrastructure, Embassy of Canada, Rome, Italy Sept 2013
  • “Ocean Productivity” Roundtable, Japan Prize Foundation (Co-lead) Tokyo, Japan April 2013
  • The Atlantic: A Shared Resource Scientific Workshop, Galway Ireland May 2013
  • Canadian Institute for Advanced Research Life in a Changing Ocean (Workshop organizer and Chair), Montreal June 2012
  • Life in a Changing Ocean (Workshop lead) Sydney, Brisbane, & Townsville, Australia, July 2011
  • Beyond 2010 (Census of Marine Life follow up) Committee, Washington, DC March 2011
  • INDEEP (International Deep-Sea Ecosystems) Workshop, New Orleans, LA December 2010
  • International Council for Exploration of the Sea (ICES) Benthic Ecology Working group, Edgwater, Maryland April 2010.
  • CoML Scientific Steering Committee, Synthesis Group Meeting, Goa, India, February 2010
  • CoML Scientific Steering Committee, Synthesis Group Meeting, Monaco Oct 2009
  • GMRI Workshop on Habitat Mapping in the Gulf of Maine, Portland ME April 2009
  • Gulf of Marine Research Institute (GMRI) Workshop on Fine-Scale Habitat and Groundfish, York Harbor ME April 2009
  • NEPTUNE Canada Science Planning Workshop (Theme co-leader), Victoria BC Feb 2009
  • Census of Marine Life Synthesis Workshop (co-organizer, speaker), Long Beach CA Jan 2009
  • CoML Scientific Steering Committee, Synthesis Group Meeting, Valencia, Spain Nov 2008
  • CoML COMARGE (Census of Continental Margins) workshop, La Jolla, CA Sept 2008
  • CoML Synthesis Group Meeting, Chair, Woods Hole, MA August 2008
  • CoML Scientific Steering Committee, Synthesis Group Meeting, Hangzhou China May 2008
  • CoML National and Regional Implementation Committee, Invited Speaker May 2008
  • SCOPE (Science Committee on Problems of the Environment) workshop on Ecosystem Services in Semi-Enclosed Seas), Delmenhorst, Germany, April 2007.
  • Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada Discovery Corridor Planning workshop and invited speaker, St. Andrews, NB, February 2007.
  • Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, National Workshop on Science Renewal, Montebello, PQ, February, 2007
  • NSERC Annual Meeting/Workshop of University Representatives, Ottawa, Jan. 2007
  • Organizer and Chair, CoML Framework Committee meeting, Raleigh, NC January 2007
  • Leader, workshop/proposal writing team for “Scientific Criteria for Conservation and Sustainable Usage of Marine Biodiversity in Canada's Oceans”. NSERC Strategic Network Proposal (preproposal approved). Victoria BC Jan & Feb 2007, St. John’s, NL, March 2007.
  • Organizer and Chair – CoML Framework Committee meeting, St. John’s, NL, Sept. 2006
  • Organizer and Chair – CoML Framework Committee meeting, Narragansett, RI. May 2006
  • Invited Participant – Census of Marine Life Steering Committee Meeting, Hawaii, Feb. 2006
  • Invited Participant – CORONA (Coordinated Research on the North Atlantic) workshop, Tavira, Portugal. May 2006
  • Invited Workshop Participant, CORONA (Coordinated Research on the North Atlantic) meeting, Roscoff, France, July 2005
  • Invited Workshop participant – Downeast Fisheries Initiative, Winter Harbor, ME, Oct. 2005
  • Invited Workshop Participant – Changing Currents: Charting a Course of Action for the Future of Oceans. Center for Coastal Studies, Simon Fraser Univ., Vancouver, Feb. 2005
  • Invited Workshop Participant – Workshop on Planning Coordinated Research on Ecosystems, Climate & Policy in the Northeast. Cooperative Institute for Climate and Ocean Research and Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NMFS), Woods Hole, MA Jan. 2005
  • Invited Participant – Census of Marine Life International Meeting of Census of Marine Life Chairs, Paris, Dec. 2004
  • NEPTUNE Planning Workshop, invited participant, theme co-chair, Victoria, BC Sept. 2004
  • Invited Speaker, Centre for Marine Biodiversity Annual General Meeting. Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Halifax, NS, Dec. 2004
  • NEPTUNE Planning Workshop, invited participant, theme co-chair, Victoria, BC May 2004
  • Biodiversity Corridors – Center for Marine Biodiversity workshop (Bedford Institute of Oceanography) on establishing focal areas for biodiversity research in Canada. Invited participant and presenter. St. Andrews, NB January 2004
  • Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research (CCFFR) – invited discussion panelist on “Three Oceans of Biodiversity a Canadian National Plan 2004 – 2009”. St. John’s NL January 2004
  • ORION (Ocean Research Interactive Observatory Network) workshop. San Juan, Puerto Rico, January 2004. Invited participant and discussion moderator.
  • Cabled Regional Observatory Workshop (CROW). NEPTUNE Canada invited representative. San Francisco, 7-9 October 2003
  • European Commission Workshop on Ecological Theory Underpinning Marine Fish and Benthic Communities. Invited panel expert. Ghent, Belgium. April 2003
  • Consortium of Oceanographic Research and Education (CORE) and Census of Marine Life workshop on “Biodiversity in Deep-Sea Sediments”, Invited workshop participant, Newport, Oregon, August 2003
  • Commission Internationale Pour L’exploration Scientifique De La Mer Méditerranée
    workshop on “Gaps in Mediterranean Deep-Sea Biology”. Invited panel expert and speaker. Heraklion, Greece July 2003
  • International Centre for Living Aquatic Resources/NSERC Workshop on “Demographic Connectivity in the Mesoamerican Reef System”, Akumal, Mexico, January 2003
  • International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU), workshop on “Assessing Impacts of Biodiversity Changes”. Invited participant. Paris, France, January 2003
  • VENUS Canada – Science-Industry workshop, invited speaker, Victoria, BC, Dec 2002.
  • Ocean Management Research Network (OMRN) workshop on “Linking Science and Local Knowledge”. Invited participant and speaker. Ottawa, Ontario, October 2002.
  • SCOPE (Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment) workshop on “Integrating concepts of biodiversity in soils & sediments: a transdisciplinary assessment of the critical taxa, functions & habitats". Invited participant and speaker. Estes Park, Colorado, Oct. 2002.
  • International Seabed Authority – Workshop on “Prospects for international collaboration in marine scientific research to enhance understanding of the deep sea environment”. Kingston, Jamaica, July 2002
  • Census of Marine Life (CoML) Workshop on Biodiversity Priorities in Canada, Invited Participant, White Point, Nova Scotia. February 2002.
  • NEPTUNE Canada workshop to develop CFI International Fund proposal. Invited Participant. Victoria, BC, December 2001.
  • Consortium of Oceanographic Research and Education (CORE) workshop on “Census of Marine Life – Chemosynthetic Ecosystems”, Invited participant, Woods Hole, MA Mar 2001
  • Steering Committee and Invited Speaker - EURESCO (European Research Conferences) meeting on Coastal Marine Biodiversity Research, Corinth, Greece, 5-10 May 2001. (Forced to withdraw because of scheduling conflict)
  • Consortium of Oceanographic Research and Education (CORE) workshop on “Census of Marine Life – Museums & Marine Labs”, Invited workshop participant, Heraklion, Greece, November 2000
  • Society for Conservation Biology workshop on Research Priorities in Conservation Biology, invited author/speaker and participant, White Oak, Florida, April 2000
  • NEPTUNE Canada workshop on the feasibility of a deep-sea observatory. Invited participant, Victoria, BC, March 2000
  • SCOPE (Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment) workshop on "Soils and Sediments in Critical Transition Zones, invited speaker and workshop participant, Corvallis, Oregon, August 1999
  • SCOPE (Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment), invited workshop participant, Linking Biodiversity Above and Below the Soil/Sediment-Water Interface. Lunteren, The Netherlands October 1998
  • Linnean Society of London/Natural History Museum Symposium on "Marine Biodiversity". Invited speaker and participant, London, U.K., October 1998
  • National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis Working Group sponsored workshop on “Deep-Sea Biodiversity: Spatiotemporal Dynamics and Conservation Strategies”, Invited workshop participant, Santa Barbara, CA, March 1998
  • Sloan Foundation, sponsored workshop on “Estimating Marine Benthic Species Numbers”, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, October 1997
  • SCOPE (Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment), invited workshop participant, Wageningen, The Netherlands 1997
  • BURN (Biodiversity Uncertainty Research Needs) invited workshop participant. Sponsored by USA Environmental Protection Agency, San Diego, CA 1996
  • Benthic Ecology Meeting, Rutgers University, New Jersey (Co-organiser) 1995
  • DIALOG - ASLO-sponsored meeting for recent Ph.D.’s in Limnology and Oceanography. Invited participant. 1994 Bermuda Biological Station, Bermuda


INVITED TALKS:

2020     Open Session University of Aveiro, The deep ocean in the UN Decade of Ocean Science
               for Sustainable Development, Aveiro, Portugal
2019     JOIN Data Conference, San Francisco, CA
2019     Champney’s West Aquarium, Champney’s West, NL (public lecture)
2019     International Congress on Industrial Port Research, Sept-Iles, Quebec*
2019     Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction Workshop, Caribbean Community Regional
              Integration, Bridgetown, Barbados
2019     United Nations Side Event on Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction, New York*
2019     Pacific Biological Station, Nanaimo, BC
2019     Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney, BC
2019     Foreign Affairs/DFO Canada Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction Meeting, Ottawa
2018     Excellence Network of Island Territories “Engaging Islands” Symposium, St. John’s*
2018     Beyond the Challenger Expedition Symposium. Royal Society of London, London.
2018     Marine Ecosystem Restoration in Changing European Seas Annual Meeting, Barcelona*
2018     Zoological Education Trust, Canadian Society of Zoologists, St. John’s*
2018     PICES (North Pacific Marine Science Org.) Symposium on Transition Areas, Mexico*
2018     United Nations Side Event on Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction, New York*
2017     Schulich Ocean Conference, Inter-University Institute for Marine Sciences, Eilat, Israel*
2017     Memorial University Alumni Affinity Event, Halifax, NS*
2017     ATLAS EU Annual Network Meeting, Mallorca, Spain
2017     Quebec Ocean, Montreal, Quebec*
2017     Implications of Climate Change for a New International Legal Agreement on Sustainable
             Use of Marine Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdictions. United Nations, NYC
2017    EU ATLAS Panel on High Seas Conservation Planning, Brussels, Belgium
2016    Final meeting of the DEVOTES EU Framework 7 Project, Brussels, Belgium*
2016    XV International Symposium on Marine Natural Products, Cumbouco Beach, Brazil*
2016    World Ocean Minister’s Meeting, Lisbon Portugal*
            *denotes plenary/keynote
2016    Canadian Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) Invited Lecture Tour
             Speaker, University of Alberta, University of Victoria, Pacific Biological Station,
             Nanaimo, Simon Fraser University, University of British Columbia*
2016    Canada Ocean Summit, World Wildlife Fund, Ottawa, ON*
2016    The Canada Ocean Lecture, St. John’s NL and Vancouver BC*
2015    Lobster in a Changing Ocean International Symposium, Charlottetown, PEI*
2015    6th International Barcode of Life Meeting, Guelph, ON*
2015    Biology Department, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
2015    Assoc. for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) Annual Science
             Meeting, Granada, Spain (Introductory speaker)
2015    Bioprospect, Annual Bioprospectors Meeting, Tromso, Norway*
2014    American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Quebec City, Quebec
2014    Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
2014    Ocean Sciences Centre, Memorial University, St. John’s
2014    Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre, St. John’s
2013    EU Framework 7 Program DEVOTES Annual Meeting, Bilbao Spain*
2013    Canadian Science Policy Conference, Toronto, Canada
2013    Ocean Innovation 2012, Rimouski, Quebec
2013    Tvärminne Zoological Station, Tvärminne, Finland
2013    North Atlantic Fisheries Organization Annual Science Conference, Halifax*
2013    Japan Prize Commemorative Lecture, Tokyo, Japan*
2013    Polytechnical University of Marche, Ancona, Italy
2013    Roanoke College, Launch of New Art Exhibit on Oceans, Salem, VA*
2012    Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland
2012    Quebec Ocean 10th Anniversary Symposium. Montreal, Quebec*
2012    Draeger Foundation Symposium on Sustainable Oceans, New York.
2012    Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA
2012    OECD Global Forum on Marine Biotechnology, Vancouver, BC
2012    Science Atlantic Biology, Fisheries & Aquaculture Annual Meeting, Sackville NB*
2012    Dept. of Marine and Environmental Sciences, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA
2011    Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences Symposium for Carlo Heip, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
2012    EuroMarine Annual Science Meeting, Breman, Germany
2011    NSERC Fisheries Capture Network Annual Meeting, St. John’s
2011    Marine Board (European Union), Madrid, Spain
2011    TED Global Conference, Edinburgh, UK
2011    Australian Marine Science Association Annual Meeting, Perth, Australia*
2011    James Cook University, Townsville, Australia
2011    Australian Institute of Marine Sciences, Townsville, Australia
2011    CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research, Brisbane, Australia
2011    Sydney Institute of Marine Sciences, Sydney Australia
2011    Ocean Leadership, Washington DC
2011    Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
2011    New England Aquarium (public and science lectures), Boston MA
2011    HERMIONE (European Comm. Framework 7) Annual Meeting, Malaga Spain*
           *denotes plenary/keynote
2011    American University, Washington DC
2011    National Council for Science & the Environment National Conference, Washington, DC
2011    University of Victoria, Victoria BC
2010    Memorial University (public lecture)
2010    Natural History Museum, London (public lecture)
2010    Ocean Literacy Summit, New England Ocean Science Collaborative, Durham NH*
2010    Vancouver Aquarium (public lecture), Vancouver BC
2010    Continuing Studies in Science, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
2010    PICES (North Pacific Marine Science Organization 2010 Meeting. Portland Ore
2010    Italian Society of Limnology and Oceanography Graduate Conference*
2010    NOAA Howard Lab, Sandy Hook, NJ
2010    Ottawa Commons Group – Oceans Day Discussion, Ottawa, ON
2010    Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution, Quebec City, PQ
2009   U.S. Consortium for Ocean Leadership, Washington DC
2009   U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Silver Spring, MD
2009   Ocean Biology Observatories Workshop, Sci. Comm. on Oceanic Res., Venice, Italy
2009   Integration Board, Canadian Federal Government, Ottawa
2009   Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
2009   Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Ottawa ON
2009   Bigelow Laboratory for Marine Science, West Boothbay Harbor ME
2008   Symposium to Honour J. Fred Grassle, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
2008   Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
2008   Marine Protected Areas Workshop, DFO – St. John’s, NL
2007   Census of Marine Life All Programs Meeting, Auckland, NZ
2007   Marine Protected Areas Workshop, DFO – St. John’s, NL
2006   Congress of the Italian Zoological Union (UZI), Naples, Italy*
2006   Biology Department, MUN
2006   Sigma Xi Public Lecture, Avalon Chapter, St. John’s, NL
2006   Oceanography Department, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
2005   AAAS Annual Meeting, Washington, DC
2005   International Marine Biotechnology Conference, St. John’s, NL*
2004   Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Halifax
2004   Canada Research Chair Public Lecture, MUN
2003   School of Marine Sciences, University of Maine, Orono, Maine
2003   Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
2002    Oceanography Department, University of Hawaii, Manoa Hawaii
2001    International Seabed Authority, Jamaica, WI
2001    Ocean Sciences Centre, MUN
2001    Biology Department, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC
2000   Larval 2000 (Biannual Larval Biology Meeting) Santa Cruz, California
2000   Society for Conservation Biology Workshop. White Oaks, Florida
1999    Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Maryland, USA
1999    Biology Department, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
1998    Linnean Society of London, Natural History Museum, London, UK
1997    American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Seattle, WA
1996    Biology Department, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan
1996    Marine Institute, MUN, St. John's, NL
1994    Biology Department, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
1994    Biology Department, University of California, Los Angeles, CA
1994    Geology Department, Duke University, Durham, NC
1994    Duke University Marine Laboratory, Beaufort, NC
1994    DIALOG (ASLO Dissertation Abstracts in Limnology & Oceanography), Bermuda
1993    Dept. of Marine, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC

CONTRIBUTED TALKS (oral unless stated):

2018   World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, Montreal, Canada
2016   Benthic Ecology Meeting, Portland, ME
2014   AGU/ASLO Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI
2012   Benthic Ecology Meeting, Savannah, GA
2011   Australia Marine Science Association Annual Meeting, Perth, Australia
2010   International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), Nantes, France
2009  World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, Valencia, Spain
2008   IEEE Oceans ’08 Meeting, Quebec City, PQ (session co-chair)
2008   Assoc. for the Sciences of Limnol. Oceanogr. (ASLO) Summer Meeting, St. John’s, NL
2008   American Geophysical Union/ASLO Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL
2004   Oceanography Society/ASLO Meeting, Honolulu, HI (session organizer, speaker)
2004   Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, St. John’s, NL
2003   Tenth Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Coos Bay, Oregon
2003   Gordon Research Conference on Permeable Sediments (poster presenter), Lewiston, ME
2003   Benthic Ecology Meeting, Mystic, CT
2002   ASLO Summer Meeting, Victoria, BC (session co-organizer and poster presenter)
2001   ASLO General Meeting, Albuquerque, NM (session co-organizer and speaker)
2000  Larval 2000 (Biannual Larval Biology Meeting) Santa Cruz, CA
2000  AGU/ASLO Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Antonio, TX (session chair)
1998   AGU/ASLO Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Diego, CA (session co-chair)
1997   Biology Department, MUN, St. John’s, NL
1996   Biological Oceanography Seminar Series, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
1996   Oceanography Department, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
1996   AGU/ASLO Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Diego, CA
1995   Benthic Ecology Meeting, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
1994   International Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Crete, Greece
1994   Benthic Ecology Meeting, Mystic, CT (session chair)
1994   ASLO/AGU Joint Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Diego, CA
1993   ASLO General Meeting, Edmonton, Alberta
1993   Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
1993   Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
1992   Biology Department, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC
1992   Oceanography Department, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
1992   Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
1992   Benthic Ecology Meeting, Newport, RI
1992   ASLO General Meeting, Santa Fe, NM
1991   Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
1991   Sixth International Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Copenhagen, Denmark
1990  AGU/ASLO Ocean Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, LA

CONTRIBUTED TALKS DETAILS: (last 7 yrs only, oral except as stated, HQP in bold)

2019 Benthic Ecology Meeting, St. John’s NL (1) Miatta M, Snelgrove, PVR. Sea pen fields as
       key biogenic habitats in deep-sea soft sediments: the proposed Laurentian Channel Marine
       Protected Area example. (2) Geissinger, EA, Gregory RS, Snelgrove PVR. Overwinter
       survival and movement of juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in nearshore coastal
       Newfoundland. (3) Ciraolo, A, Snelgrove, PVR Cumulative impacts of hypoxia and
       trawling on Northeast Pacific benthos (poster). (4) Young C, Snelgrove PVR, Coté D,
       HajibabaeiM, Fahner N. Distributions of deep-sea corals and sponges near Hatton Basin,
       Northwest Atlantic. (5) Le Corre N, Pepin P, Burmeister A, Walkusz W, Wang Z, Brickman
       D, Snelgrove P. Impact of temperature on northern shrimp (Pandalus borealis)
       larval dispersal.
2018 World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, Montreal Quebec. (1) Snelgrove, PVR.
       Sustaining Marine Biodiversity in Canada and Globally: A Tribute to Dick Haedrich. (2)
       Campanyà i Llovet N, Snelgrove PVR. Macroinfaunal communities and food webs from
       Barkley methane hydrates (British Columbia): The role of food patchiness in space and time.
       (3) Le Corre, N, Pepin, P, Han, G, Snelgrove, PVR. Assessing connectivity patterns within
       Newfoundland and Labrador shrimp population. (4) Miatta, M, Snelgrove, PVR. Biological
       and environmental drivers of deep-sea benthic ecosystem functioning in Canada's     
       Laurentian Channel Area of Interest (AOI) (poster)
2016 International Marine Conservation Conference, St. John’s NL. (1) Campanyà i Llovet
      N
, Snelgrove PVR. Food patches as drivers of biodiversity patterns in infaunal communities        in Barkley methane hydrates, a potential energy source (2) Belley, R., Snelgrove PVR.
      Relative contributions of biodiversity and environment to seafloor ecosystem functioning.
       AGU/ASLO
2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Campanyà i Llovet N, Snelgrove PVR.
       Environmental drivers of spatial and temporal variation in infaunal communities at     
       methane hydrates. Benthic Ecology Meeting, Portland ME. (1) Campanyà i Llovet N
       Snelgrove PVR. Temporal variability in infaunal communities at methane hydrates. (2) New
       ROV video observations of deep-water benthic biodiversity in Baffin Bay and the northwest         Labrador Sea (Eastern Canadian Arctic). Neves BM, Archambault P, Dufour S, Deering R,
       Edinger E, Snelgrove P, Verhoeven J, Wareham V. (3) Snelgrove PVR, Archambault P,     
       Lawton P, McKindsey C, Metaxas A, Pepin P, Therriault T, Tremblay J-E, Tunnicliffe V.
       Canadian Healthy Oceans Network II: Conservation science for ocean policy. AGU/ASLO     
       Ocean Sciences Meeting. Campanyà i Llovet N, Snelgrove PVR. Environmental drivers of
       spatial and temporal variation in infaunal communities at methane hydrates, New Orleans, 
       LA. Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, St. John’s, NL. Van Wyngaarden M,
       Snelgrove PVR, DiBacco C, Hamilton LC, Rodrígues-Ezpeleta N, Bradbury IR.
       Environmental influences on selection and structure in sea scallop, Placopecten
       magellanicus.
2015 Ocean Networks Canada Refresher Workshop on Barkley Canyon, Victoria, BC.
       Campanyà-Llovet N, Snelgrove PVR. The role of Barkley Canyon and Barkley Hydrate   
       food quality for deep-sea fauna. Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Aviero,
       Portugal. Campanyà i Llovet N, Snelgrove P. Barkley methane hydrate patch mosaics and
       drivers of infaunal patterns. Can Conf. for Fisheries Res., Windsor, ON. Van Wyngaarden 
       M
, Snelgrove PVR, Hamilton L, Rodríguez-Ezpeleta N, DiBacco C, Bradbury IR. Genetic
       differentiation and population connectivity in northwest Atlantic populations of the sea 
       scallop, Placopecten magellanicus, using whole-genome scanning. Benthic Ecology Meeting,
       Quebec City Belley R, Snelgrove PVR, Juniper SK, Archambault P. Environmental drivers
       and spatio-temporal variation in benthic fluxes in the North East Pacific. Stanley RRE,
       Daigle RM, Snelgrove PVR, deYoung B, Pedersen EJ. The influence of vertical movement on
       dispersal of American lobster (H. americanus) larvae. Can. Soc. Ecol. Evol., Saskatoon, SK
       Van Wyngaarden M, Snelgrove PVR, DiBacco C, Hamilton LC, Rodríguez-Ezpeleta N,
       Bradbury IR. Population connectivity and environmental drivers of adaptation in the sea
       scallop, Placopecten magellanicus. The Evolution Conference, Guaruja, Brazil. Van
       Wyngaarden M, Snelgrove PVR, DiBacco C, Hamilton LC, Rodríguez-Ezpeleta N,
       Bradbury IR. Environmental drivers of adaptation and population structure in the sea   
       scallop.
2014 Gordon Research Conf. “Oceans & Human Health, Biddeford ME (Discussion Leader).
       Genomics: the Power & the Promise Conference. Van Wyngaarden M, Snelgrove PVR,
       Hamilton L, Rodríguez-Ezpeleta N, Bradbury IR. Genetic differentiation and population
       connectivity in Northwest Atlantic populations of the sea scallop, Placopecten magellanicus,
       using whole-genome scanning (poster). AGU/ASLO 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting.
       Honolulu HI (1) Snelgrove P, Archambault P, Juniper SK, Lawton P, McKindsey C, Metaxas
       A, Pepin P, Tunnicliffe V. New tools to support sustainable oceans in Canada: the Canadian
       Healthy Oceans Network (CHONe). (2) Belley R, Snelgrove, P. Small critters play a big
       role? Benthic biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in coastal sedimentary environments.
       Stanley, RE, Bradbury IR, Snelgrove PVR, DiBacco C, Thorrold S. Spatial variation in
       otolith geochemistry of juvenile Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua, in coastal Newfoundland:
       environmental and biological drivers. Wei C, Roy V, Bélanger S, P. Lawton, P. Snelgrove,
       P. Archambault. A multi-scale approach to predicting deep-sea epifaunal biomass in the
       Canadian high arctic using remotely sensed data. Benthic EcologyMeeting, Jacksonville       
       Belley, R. and P. Snelgrove. Effects of polychaete diversity on ecosystem functioning.
2013 American Fisheries Society Larval Fish Conference, Miami FL. Schornagel DB, Gregory
       RS, Snelgrove PVR. Fine-scale habitat use of juvenile Greenland cod (Gadus ogac) as
       revealed by acoustic telemetry. Canadian Assoc. of Geographers Conference, St. John’s, NL
       Schornagel DB, Gregory R, Snelgrove. P. Fine-scale habitat use of juvenile Greenland cod.
       Gadus ogac) as revealed by acoustic telemetry. Can. Conf.on Fish. & Fish. Res.,
       Windsor (ON) Shapiera M, Gregory R, Snelgrove P. Relax or relocate: dispersal and home
       range of age 1 Greenland cod in Newman Sound, Newfoundland
2012 Benthic Ecology Meeting, Charleston, SC. Snelgrove PVR, Archambault P, Juniper
       SK, Lawton P, McKindsey C, Metaxas A, Pepin P, Tunnicliffe V. The Canadian Healthy
       Oceans Network (CHONe): An academic-government research partnership. Ocean
       Observatory Workshop, Halifax, NS. Belley R, Snelgrove, P (2012). Seafloor biodiversity
       and ecosystem functioning in contrasting environments. Canadian Healthy Oceans
       Network (CHONe) Meeting, Ottawa, ON (Poster). Belley R, Snelgrove P (2012). Seafloor
       biodiversity and respiration in Saanich Inlet and the Strait of Georgia. Saanich Inlet
       Symposium, Sidney, BC. Belley R, Snelgrove P. (2012). Benthic macrofaunal biodiversity
       and ecosystem functioning in Saanich Inlet and Strait of Georgia: Preliminary results.
2011 Benthic Ecology Meeting, Mobile AL (1) Robar A, Snelgrove P, Juniper SK. Impacts of
       polychaete diversity on ecosystem services. (2) Stanley R, Howse V and Snelgrove P. An
       exploratory analysis of colour polymorphism in larval American lobster (Homarus
       americanus): patterns and implications. Mobile, Alabama. World Conference on Marine
       Biodiversity (1) Snelgrove P., Miloslavich P, Yarincik K. Beyond 2010: A Strategy to Carry
       the Census of Marine Life Forward. (2) Robar A, Snelgrove P, Juniper SK. Impacts of
       polychaete diversity on ecosystem services. (3) Yarincik K, Miloslavich P, Snelgrove P.
       Census of Marine Life: Implications for management – past, present, future. Aberdeen, UK.

CONFERENCE / MEETING ORGANIZATION:

  • Co-chair, Ocean Frontier 2018 Researchers Workshop, St. John’s NL 2019
  • Co-chair, Ocean Frontier 2018 Biennial Meeting, St. John’s NL 2018
  • Co-organizer, Deep Ocean Observation Initiative Workshop, Seattle, Washington
  • Co-Chair: World Marine Biodiversity Congress Scientific Committee, Montreal, PQ May 2018
  • Co-organizer, Focal Group on Marine Protected Areas in Canada and 2020 Targets, International Marine Conservation Conference, St. John’s July 2016
  • Chair/Co-organizer: Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) workshop on “Seafloor Ecosystem Functions and their Role in Global Process”, Naples, Italy Sept 2015
  • Chair/Co-organizer: Canada’s Ocean Vision 2020. Vancouver Dec 2013
  • Chair and lead organizer: Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR) Task Force on Life in a Changing Ocean, Toronto 2013
  • Co-organizer: Session at International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) on “Meeting Biodiversity Needs for 2010 Commitments. Nantes, France November 2010
  • Organizing Committee: ASLO Summer Meeting, St. John’s, NL, June 2008
  • Co-organizer: Special session for 2008 ASLO meeting on "Connectivity in Aquatic Ecosystems” St. John’s, NL, June 2008
  • Co-Organizer: “Zonal Research Capacities to Evaluate Ecology and Status of Seamounts in Northwest Atlantic Waters”, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Halifax, NS Jan. 2008
  • Organizing Committee: Amer. Fish. Soc. (AFS) Larval Fish Meeting, St. John’s NL July 2007
  • Co-Chair – Three Oceans of Biodiversity: Canada’s Role in the Census of Marine Life. Workshop Steering Committee and Meeting Organizer, Ottawa, Oct. 2004
  • Co-organizer: Session for 2001 ASLO meeting on "Fisheries Limnology/ Oceanography: Scaling Fisheries From Egg to Adult and Back Again, Albuquerque, NM February 2001
  • Co-organizer: Special session for 2002 meeting of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) “Zooplankton and Fisheries”, Victoria, BC, June 2002

SCIENCE COMMUNITY SERVICE:

  • External Evaluator for Promotion File, University of the West Indies, 2019
  • External Evaluator for GEOMAR Helmholtz Impulsfonds appointment
  • External Evaluator for Tenure File, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada, 2014
  • External Evaluator for Tenure File, Thompson River University, Canada, 2014
  • Advisory Committee, Laurentian Channel Area of Interest, Fisheries and Oceans Canada 2014
  • PhD Examiner, Université du Québec a Rimouski, Rimouski, Québec 2014
  • External Evaluator for Tenure File – University of Alaska 2014
  • External Evaluator Panelist – Inter. Coun. for the Explor. of the Sea (ICES) (remote) 2014
  • Getting Science Right Panelist – Canadian Association of University Teachers, St. John’s 2014
  • External Evaluator for Tenure File, University of Southampton, U.K.
  • 2013 External Evaluator for Promotion File, CSIRO, Brisbane, Australia 2013
  • External Evaluator for Tenure File – Duke University, U.S.A. 2012
  • PhD Opponent, Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland 2012
  • External panelist- Sea Education Assoc. Panel Discussion on Sustainable Oceans June 2012
  • President – MIT/WHOI Joint Program Alumni/Alumnae Association 2005-2013
  • External Evaluator for Promotion – University of Waikato, NZ 2011
  • External Evaluator for Promotion – University of New Brunswick 2011
  • External Evaluator for Tenure File – Dalhousie University 2011
  • External Reviewer, Biology Department, Dalhousie University January 2010
  • Network Director, NSERC Strategic Canadian Healthy Oceans Network (CHONe), 2008–14
  • Chair, Scientific Advisory Committee, CHONe, 2008 – 2013
  • NSERC representative for MUN 2006 -08
  • DFO, Ocean Management Research Network meeting. St. John’s NL Sept. 2007
  • External Evaluator for Tenure File – San Diego State Univ. 2006
  • External Evaluator for Tenure File – College of Charleston 2005
  • External Evaluator for Tenure File – University of Victoria 2003

HONOURS STUDENT SUPERVISION:

17. Completed 2018 - Keenin Coombs (Co-supervised)
16. Completed 2018 - Olga Trela
15. Completed 2017 - Chelsea Bloom
14. Completed 2011 - Victoria Howse
13. Completed 2009 - Rebecca Doyle
12. Completed 2008 - Larina Carroll (Co-supervised)
11. Completed 2008 - Krista Boland
10. Completed 2007 - Margaret Warren (Co-supervised)
09. Completed 2007 - Candice St. Germain
08. Completed 2007 - Karla Short
07. Completed 2006 - Stephen Cole
06. Completed 2006 - Stephen Chung
05. Completed 2006 - Kate Gardiner
04. Completed 2002 - Kelly Carter (Co-supervised)
03. Completed 2001 - Krista Park
02. Completed 1999 - Thomas Brown
01. Completed 1999 - Jonathon Martin

GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION:

42. 2019 - present:  Ty Colvin - M.Sc. (Advisor)
41. 2019 - present:  Rebecca Evans - M.Sc. (Advisor)
40. 2019 - present:  Amy McAllister - M.Sc. (Co-advisor)
39. 2019 – present:  Mary Clinton - M.Sc. (Co-advisor)
38. 2018 – present:  Alessia Ciraolo - Ph.D. (Advisor)
37. 2018 – present:  Catie Young - M.Sc. [part time] (Co-advisor)
36. 2018 – present:  Benjamin King - M.Sc. (Co-advisor)
35. 2016 – present:  Salma Husaien - Ph.D. [personal leave] (Co-advisor)
34. completed 2019:  Emma Cooke - M.Sc. (Co-advisor)
33. 2016 – present:  Emilie Geissinger - Ph.D. (Co-advisor)
32. 2016 – present:  Marta Miatta - Ph.D. (Advisor)
31. 2016 – present:  Danielle Quinn - Ph.D. (Co-advisor)
30. 2016 – present:  Victoria Howse - M.Sc. (Advisor)
29. 2015 – present:  Evelyn MacRobert - M.Sc. (Co-advisor)
28. 2014 – present:  Rebecca Steinhart - M.Sc. [medical leave] (Advisor)
27. completed 2018:  Neus Campanyà y Llovet - PhD (Advisor)
26. completed 2016:  Mallory Van Wyngaarden - M.Sc. (Co-advisor)
25. completed 2016:  Renald Belley - Ph.D. (Advisor)
24. completed 2016:  Ryan Stanley - Ph.D (Advisor)
23. completed 2016:  Melanie Rossong - Ph.D. (Co-advisor)
22. completed 2015:  Dustin Schornagel - MSc (Co-advisor)
21. completed 2015:  Ashley Robar - M.Sc. (Co-advisor)
20. completed 2013:  Melanie Shapiera - M.Sc. (Co-advisor)
19. completed 2013:  Krista Baker - Ph.D. [Part time] (Co-advisor)
18. completed 2013:  Corey Morris - Ph.D. [Part time] (Advisor)
17. completed 2011:  Louise Copeman - PhD (Co-supervisor)
16. completed 2010:  Victoria Burdett-Coutts - M.Sc. (Co-advisor)
15. completed 2009:  Mary Ryan - M.Sc. (Co-advisor)
14. completed 2009:  Ryan Stanley - M.Sc. (Co-advisor)
13. completed 2009:  Ashlee Lillis - M.Sc. (Advisor)
12. completed 2009:  Kelly Carter - M.Sc. (Co-advisor)
11. completed 2009:  Michael Kelly - M.Sc. (Advisor)
10. completed 2007:  Lu Guan - MSc (Advisor)
09. completed 2006:  Jared Crawford - Master of Marine Studies (Advisor)
08. completed 2004:  Pedro Quijon - Ph.D. (Advisor)
07. completed 2003:  Harshana Rajakaruna - MSc (Co-advisor)
06. completed 2002:  Danielle Nichols - Master of Marine Studies (Advisor)
05.completed 2001:  Andrea Carew - Master of Marine Studies (Co-advisor)
04. completed 2001:  Barry McCallum - Master of Marine Studies (Advisor)
03. completed 2001:  Patricia Ramey - M.Sc. (Advisor)
02. completed 2000:  Ian Bradbury - M.Sc. (Advisor)
01. completed 1999:  Gina Billard - Master of Marine Studies (Advisor)

POSTDOCTORAL INVESTIGATOR SUPERVISION:

2018 -           Neus Campanyà y Llovet (Co-supervisor)
2016 - 2017 Barbara Neves (Co-supervisor)
2016 – 2018 Nicolas LeCorre (Co-supervisor)
2013 – 2015 Richard Allen (Co-supervisor)
2011 – 2014 Chih-Lin Wei (Co-supervisor)
2010 - 2011 Colleen Mercer-Clark (Co-supervisor)
2007 - 2008 I. Bradbury (Co-supervisor)
2004 - 2005 K. Alexandra Curtis (Co-supervisor)

UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING:

Oceans (Online course) Winter 2020
Marine Biodiversity (Taught solo) Winter 2012 (University of San Diego)
Biological Oceanography (Co-taught or solo), Fall 2010-2014, 2016 MUN
Aquatic Biology (Co-taught), Fall 2008, 2009, MUN
Biophysics (Guest lecture), Winter 2006, 2007, 2008, MUN
Benthic Ecology (Taught solo), Winter 1999, 2000, MUN
Benthic Ecology (Taught solo), Summer field course, 1998, 1999, 2000, MUN
Experimental Marine Ecology (Co-taught) Summer field course 2005-8, 2011, 2013-15 MUN
Marine Principles and Techniques (Co-taught), Summer 2004, MUN
Biogeography & Systematics (Co taught) Fall 2002 MUN
Ecology (Co-taught), Fall 2001-2007, 2012 MUN
Distribution Patterns in the Sea (Co-taught), Winter 2002 MUN
Ecology of Open Waters (Co-taught, Summer 2001, 2003 MUN
Conservation Biology (Co-taught), Winter 2000, 2001, MUN
Aquatic Biology (3 guest lectures), Fall, 1997, MUN
Benthic Ecology (Co-taught), Summer 1997, Field course, MUN
Marine Benthic Ecology, Winter 2000, MUN
Marine Principles & Techniques (Guest lecture), Spring 1997, Field course, MUN
Biological Oceanography (Guest lecture), Winter 1996, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
Benthic Ecology (Guest lecture), Winter 1996, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
Marine Biology (Guest lecture), Fall 1995-2000 Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
Marine Conservation (Guest lecture), Spring 1995, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
Invertebrate Taxonomy (Teaching Assistant), Winter 1995, Rutgers University.
Benthic Ecology (guest lecture), Spring 1994, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
General Biology & Biometry (Teaching Assistant/Tutor), 1984-1987, McGill University, PQ
Cell Biology & Biometry (Teaching Assistant/Tutor), 1983-1984, MUN
Sampling Methods in Oceanography (co-taught with 4 others), Fall 2008

GRADUATE TEACHING:

Plankton Biology (co-taught with R. Hooper) Winter 1998, MUN
Fisheries Science (taught solo) Fall 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, guest lecture 2010 MUN
Fisheries Science (co-taught with G. Rose and J. Wroblewski) Fall, 1997, 1998, 1999 MUN

GRADUATE STUDENT COMMITTEES:


2018 - Jessica Schultz - PhD Guelph - P. Hebert (Advisor)

2016 – 2018 Jenna MacKinnon - MSc - C. Parrish, J.E. Tremblay (Advisors)
2016 - Sean Hacker Teper - MSc - P. Gagnon (Advisor)
2015 - David Beauchesne - Ph.D. Laval - P. Archambault, D. Gravel (Advisors)
2015 – 2019 Samantha Trueman - M.Sc. - P. Gagnon (Advisor)
2012 – 2014 Ian Hamilton - M.Sc. - M. Abrahams, I. Fleming (Advisors)
2011 – 2019 Brynn Devine - Ph.D. - J. Fisher (Advisor)
2011 - Ainsley Latour - M.Sc - D. Deibel (Advisor)
2011 – 2015 Travis Nielsen - M.Sc - I. McGaw (Advisor)
2011 -2013 Katie Gayle - M.Sc. - A. Mercier (Advisor)
2010 – 2013 Rebecca Doyle - M.Sc - S. Dufour (Advisor)
2011 -2015 Victoria Howse - M.Sc. - S. Rowe (Advisor)
2012 - David Belanger - Ph.D. - P. Gagnon (Advisor)
2009 – 2014 Remi Daigle - Ph.D Dalhousie - A. Metaxas (Advisor)
2009 – 2011 Michelle Lloyd - M.Sc Dalhousie - A. Metaxas (Advisor)
2009 – 2017 Larina Carroll - M.Sc - M. Rise (Advisor)
2008 -2011 Kyle Matheson - M.Sc - P. Gagnon (Advisor)
2008 - 2014 Lina Stolze - Ph.D - S. Bentley (Advisor)
2006 – 2009 Zhao Sun - M.Sc A. - Mercier & E. Edinger (Advisors)
2006 – 2008 Ashley Callahan - M.Sc - D. Deibel & C. MacKenzie (Advisors)
2004 –incomp. Hind Ellukah - M.Sc - D. Deibel & R. Thompson (Advisors)
2004 – 2008 Mark Renkowitz - M.Sc - D. Schneider & R. Gregory (Advisors)
2004 – 2007 Sean Killen - Ph.D - J. Brown & K. Gamperl (Advisors)
2004 – 2007 Maria Thistle - M.Sc - R. Gregory & D. Schneider (Advisors)
2003 – 2007 Ian Bradbury - Ph.D Dalhousie - P. Bentzen & S. Campana (Advisors)
2002 – 2007 Jennifer Devine - Ph.D - R. Haedrich (Advisor)
2002 – incomp. Tara Businski - Ph.D D. - Deibel (Advisor)
2002 – 2005 L. Shepard - MSc - D. Schneider (Advisor)
1999 – 2002 P. Sargent - M.Sc. - D. Schneider (Advisor)
1998 – 2004 C. Stevens - Ph.D. - D. Deibel (Advisor)
1997 – 2001 R. Stead - PhD - R. Thompson (Advisor)
1998 – 2000 G. Lawson - M.Sc. - G. Rose (Advisor)
1997 – 2001 R. Jamarillo - Ph.D. - R. Thompson (Advisor)
1997 – 1999 J. Casey - M.Sc. - R. Myers & R. Haedrich (Advisors)

THESIS EXAMINER:

C. Parzanini (PhD Ocean Sciences 2018), G. Rayner (MSc Ocean Sciences 2018), G. Mason
(MSc Biol 2017), E. Montgomery (PhD Biol 2017), S. Green (MSc Biology 2015), M. Agapito
(PhD Geog 2015), K. Ma (MSc Biol 2012); E. Carruthers (PhD Env Sci 2011), T. Connolly
(PhD Biol 2008), C. Rose (MSc Biol 2006), D. Ings (MSc Biol 2005), A. Olafsdottir (MSc Biol
2004), I. Goudie (PhD Biol 2004), Kang’omb (MMS 2004), D. Cardosa (Env Sci 2004), D.
Puddister (MSc Biol 2004), B. Laurel (PhD Cog Behav Ecol 2003), M. Murillo (PhD Biol 2002),
S. Rowe (MSc Biol 2000), J. Hancock (MSc Biol 2000); D. Cull (MMS 2000).

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (in preparation or submitted)

Geissinger, E.A., Gregory, R.S., Laurel, B.J., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (revision submitted) Food and
initial size influence overwinter survival and condition of age-0 Atlantic cod (Gadus
morhua). Oecologia
Cooke, E.L.L., Gregory, R.S., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Cote, D., Fuentes-Yaco, C. (revision
submitted) Spatial, temporal, and environmental influences on Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
offshore recruitment signals in Newfoundland. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci.
Belley, R., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Wei, C.-L., Danovaro, R. (in prep) Seafloor ecosystem
functioning: A global synthesis and predictions of sedimentary oxygen and nutrient exchange
using Random Forests
Schornagel, D.B., Gregory. R.S., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Morris, C.J., Cote, D., Wiersma, Y.F.,
Pennell, C.J. (in revision) Evaluation of home range use models for a marine fish using
telemetry data. Diversity and Distributions
Bianchi, T.S., Aller, R.C., Atwood, T.B., Buatois, L.A., Levin, L.A., Levinton, J.S., Middelburg,
J.J., Morrison, E.S., Regnier, P., Shields, M.R., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Sotka, E.E., Stanley,
R.R.E. (revision resubmitted) Marine Animal-Sediment Interactions during Climate Change
– Biogeochemical Consequences in the 21st Century. Nature Reviews Earth & Environment
Layton, K.K.S., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Dempson, J.B., Kess, T., Lehnert, S.J., Bentzen, P., Duffy,
S.J., Messmer, A.M., Stanley, R.R.E., DiBacco, C., Nugent, C.M., Ferguson, M.M., Leong,
J.S., Koop, B.F., Bradbury, I.R. (in prep) Assessing spatiotemporal responses to climate
change in the most northerly freshwater fish

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS:

117. Le Corre N., Pepin P., Burmeister A., Walkusz W., Skanes K., Wang Z., Brickman D.,
Snelgrove P. (accepted) Larval connectivity of northern shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in the
northwest Atlantic. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
116. Harden-Davies, H., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (in press) Science collaboration for capacity
building: Advancing technology transfer through an agreement for biodiversity beyond
national jurisdiction. Frontiers Mar. Sci.
115. Morato, T., González-Irusta, J.-M, Dominguez-Carrió, C., Wei, C.-L., Davies, A.,
Sweetman, A.K., Taranto, G.H., Beazley, L., García-Alegre, A., Grehan, A., Laffargue, P.,
Murillo-Perez, J., Sacau, M. Vaz, S., Kenchington, E., Arnaud-Haond, S., Callery, O.
Chimienti, G., Cordes, E., Freiwald, A., Gasbarro, R., Gilkinson, K., Hayes, V.W., Hebbeln,
D., Hedges, K., Henry L.-A., Koen-Alonso, M., Lirette, C., Mastrototaro, F, Menot, L.,
Molodtsova, T. Orejas, C., Pennino, M.G., Puerta, P., Ragnarsson, S.A., Ramiro-Sánchez, B.,
Rengstorf, A., Rice, J., Rivera, J., Roberts, M., Ross, S.W., Rueda, J.L., Siferd, T., Stirling
D., Treble,M. Urra, J., Vad, J., Walkusz, W., Wienberg, C., Woillez, M., Levin, L.A.,
Carreiro-Silva, M. (in press) Deep-sea habitat loss under climate change. Climate-induced
changes in the habitat suitability of cold-water corals and commercially important deep-sea
fish in the North Atlantic. Global Change Biology
114. Layton K.K.S., Dempson J.B., Snelgrove P.V.R., Duffy S., Messmer A.M., Paterson I.,
Jeffery N.W., Kess T., Salisbury S.J., Ruzzante D.E., Bentzen P., Bradbury I.R. (in press)
Amplicon-based microsatellite genotyping and tagging reveal fine-scale structure and local
exploitation of Arctic charr in Northern Canada. Evolutionary Applications.
113. Danovaro R., Aguzzi, J, Fanelli E., Billett D., Carugati L., Corinaldesi C., Dell’Anno A.,
Gjerde K., Jamieson A.J., Kark S., McClain C., Levin L., Levin N., Ramirez-Llodra, E.,
Rex M., Ruhl H., Smith C.R., Snelgrove P.V.R., Thomsen L., Van Dover C., Yasuhara M.
(in press) Ecological indicators for an integrated global deep-ocean strategy. Nature Ecol
Evol.
112. Dell'Anno, A., Cimino, R. Bianchelli, S., Danovaro, R., Snelgrove, P., Corinaldesi, C.,
Gambi, C., Van Dover, C.L., Da Ros, Z., Morato, T., Sweetman, A., Carreiro-Silva, M.,
Smith, C., Papadopoulou, N. (2019) The deep sea: the new frontier for ecological
restoration. Marine Policy 108 (103642).
111. Danovaro R., Fanelli E., Carugati L., Argyrou M., Azzurro E., Bianchelli S., Canals M.,
Cantafaro A, Ciuffardi T., Corinaldesi C., Dell’Anno A., Evans J., Fabri M.-C., Foglini F.,
Galil B., Gianni M., Goren M., Greco S., Grimalt J., Jadaud, A.O., Knittweis L, Lopez J.L,
Sanchez-Vidal A., Schembri P.J., Snelgrove P., Taviani M., Vaz S. and IDEM Consortium
(2020) Towards a Marine Strategy for the Deep Mediterranean Sea: Analysis of Current
Biological Status. Marine Policy 112, 103781.
110. Baker, K.D., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Fifield, D.A., Edinger, E.N., Wareham, V.E., Haedrich,
R.L., Gilkinson, K.D. (2019) Small-scale patterns in the status of bamboo coral, Keratoisis
grayi, in canyons on the Grand Banks, Newfoundland. Front. Mar. Sci. 6(374) 1-10.doi:
10.3389/fmars.2019.00374
109. Wei, C.-L., Cusson, M., Archambault, P., Belley, R., Bourque, M., Brown, T., Burd, B.J.,
Edinger, E., Kenchington, E., Gilkinson, K., Lemieux, J., Lévesque, M., Link, H., Piot, A.,
Ramey-Balci, P.A., Scrosati, R., Séguin, A., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2019) Canada’s Three
Oceans of Seafloor Biodiversity: patterns, hotspots, and potential drivers. Diversity and
Distributions. Accepted
108. Levin, L.A. and 30 others. (2019) Global observational needs of the deep ocean. Frontiers
in Marine Science. 6(241): 1-32. (doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00241)
107. Yates, K. and 49 others (2019) Better model transfers require knowledge of mechanisms.
Trend Ecol. Evol.(doi:10.1016/j.tree.2019.04.006)
106. Campanya I Llovet, N., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2019) The role of phytodetrital quality in
macroinfaunal community structure and epifaunal response. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 608:45-
60.
105. Yates, K.L. and 49 others (2018) Key questions in model transferability. Trend Ecol. Evol.
33: 790-802.
104. Campanya I Llovet, N., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2018) Fine-scale infaunal community and food
web patch mosaics from Barkley methane hydrates (British Columbia, Canada): The role of
food quality. Deep-Sea Research Part I 140: 186–195
103. Campanya I Llovet, N., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2018) Effects of temporal variation in food
sources on infaunal community structure of chemosynthetic and non-chemosynthetic
environments in Barkley Hydrates, British Columbia, Canada. Deep-Sea Research Part I
140: 118–127
102. Le Corre N., Pepin P., Han G., Ma Z., Snelgrove P. (2018) Assessing connectivity patterns
among management units of the Newfoundland and Labrador shrimp population. Fisheries
Oceanography. 28: 183-202 (doi:10.1111/fog.12401)
101. Woodall, L.C. and 13 others (2018) A multidisciplinary approach for generating globally
comparable data on mesophotic, deep-pelagic and bathyal biological communities.
Oceanography 31(3):76–89.
100. Stanley, R.R.E., DiBacco, C., Lowen, B., Bieko, R., Wyngaarden, M., Jeffery, N.W.,
Bentzen, P., Bernatchez, L., Gosselin, T., Johnson, C., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Wringe, B.F.,
Bradbury, I.R. (2018) A climate-associated multi-species cryptic genetic cline in the
northwest Atlantic. Science Advances 4, eaaq0929 (2018).
99. Campanya I Llovet, N., Snelgrove, P.V.R., De Leo, F (2018) Organic matter quantity and
quality in Barkley (NE Pacific), Heezen, and Corsair (NW Atlantic) submarine canyons.
Progress in Oceanography 196: 106-119.
98. Allen, R.M., Metaxas, A., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2018) Applying movement ecology to marine
animals with complex lifecycles. Ann. Rev. Mar. Sci., 10 19-42. (doi:10.1146/annurevmarine-
121916-063134)

97. Snelgrove, P.V.R., Soetaert, K., Solan, M., Thrush, S., Wei, C.-L., Danovaro, R, Fulweiler,
R.W., Kitazato, H., Ingole, B., Norkko, A., Parkes, R.J., Volkenborn, N. (2018) Contrasting
biogeochemical and biological estimates of carbon turnover on the global seafloor. Trends
Ecol. Evol. 33, 96-105.
96. Van Wyngaarden, M., Snelgrove, P.V.R., DiBacco, C., Hamilton, L.C., Rodrígues-Ezpeleta,
N., Bradbury, I.R. (2017) Oceanographic variation influences spatial genomic structure in the
sea scallop, Placopecten magellanicus. Ecology and Evolution 8: 2824-2841.
95. Campanya I Llovet, N., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Parrish, C. (2017) Rethinking the importance of
food quality in marine benthic food webs. Progress in Oceanography 156, 240-251
94. Danovaro R., Corinaldesi C., Dell’Anno A., Snelgrove P.V.R. (2017) Deep-sea biology
under global change. Current Biology 27, R461–R465.
93. Belley, R., Snelgrove, PVR (2017) The role of infaunal functional groups in short-term
response of contrasting benthic communities to an experimental food pulse. J. Exp. Mar.
Biol. Ecol. 491: 38-50.
92. Pedersen, E., Stanley, R.R.E., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Guichard, F. (2017) Experimental evidence
for concentration-dependence and intra-specific variation of movement behaviour in
American lobster (Homarus americanus) larvae. Can. J. Zool. 95: 759-770.
91. Danovaro R., Aguzzi, J., Fanelli E., Billett D., Gjerde K., Jamieson A., Ramirez-Llodra E.,
Smith C.R., Snelgrove P.V.R., Thomsen L., Van Dover C. (2017) A new international
ecosystem-based strategy for the global deep ocean. Science 355, 452-454
90. Belley, R., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2016) Relative contributions of biodiversity and environment
to benthic ecosystem functioning. Frontiers in Marine Science 3, (doi:10.3389/fmars.2016.00242)
89. Borja, A., Elliott, M., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Austen, M., Berg, T., Cochrane, S., Carstensen, J.,
Danovaro, R., Greenstreet, S., Heiskanen, A.-S., Lynam, C., Mea, M., Newton, A., Patricio,
J., Uusitalo, L., Uyarra, M.C., Wilson, C. (2016) Bridging the gap between policy and
science in assessing the health status of marine ecosystems. Frontiers in Marine Ecosystems
12. (doi:10.3389/fmars.2016.00175)
88. Van Wyngaarden, M., Snelgrove P.V.R., DiBacco, C., Hamilton, L, Rodríguez-Ezpeleta, N.,
Jeffery, N., Stanley, R.R.E., Bradbury, I.R. (2016) Identifying patterns of dispersal,
connectivity, and selection in the sea scallop, Placopecten magellanicus, using RAD-seq
derived SNPs. Ecological Applications. (doi:10.1111/eva.12432.)
87. Katz. T., Gitai, Y., Tunnicliffe, V., Herut, B., Whitney, F., Snelgrove, PVR, Lazar, B. (2016)
The silica cycle in a Northeast Pacific fjord; the role of biological resuspension. Progress in
Oceanography 147: 10-21. (doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2016.07.004)
86. Horne, J.B. , Bradbury, I.R., Paterson, I.G. Hutchings, J., Hardie, D. Laurel, B.J., Snelgrove,
P.V.R., Morris, C., Gregory, R., Bentzen, P. (2016) Complex post larval-dispersal processes
in Atlantic cod revealed by age-based genetics and relatedness analysis. Mar. Ecol. Prog.
Ser. 556: 251-259.
85. Stanley, R.R.E., Peterson, E.J., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2016) Natal origin, ontogenetic and
environmental variability in larval behaviour of American lobster. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser.
553: 125–146.
84. Belley, R., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Archambault, P., Juniper, S.K. (2016) Environmental drivers
of benthic flux variation and ecosystem functioning in Salish Sea and Northeast Pacific
sediments. PLoS One (doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0151110)
83. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2016) An ocean of discovery: Biodiversity beyond the Census of Marine
Life. Planta medica 82(09/10): 790-799. (doi:10.1055/s-0042-103934)
82. Matheson, K., McKenzie, C.H., Gregory, R.S., Robichaud, D., Bradbury, I., Snelgrove,
P.V.R. and Rose, G.A. (2016) Linking eelgrass decline and impacts on associated fish
communities to European green crab (Linnaeus 1758) invasion. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser.538:
31-45.
81. Stanley, R.R.E., Bradbury, I.R., DiBacco, C., Thorrold, S., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Morris, C.J.,
Gregory, R.S. and Campana, S.E. (2016) Spatial variation in otolith geochemistry of
juvenile Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua, in coastal Newfoundland. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci.
73(10): 1507-1519. (doi:10.1139/cjfas-2015-0353)
80. Stanley, R.R.E., Bradbury, I.R., DiBacco, C., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Thorrold, S. and Killen, S.
(2015) Environmentally mediated trends in otolith composition of juvenile Atlantic cod
(Gadus morhua). ICES Journal of Marine Science 72 (8): 2350-2363.
79. Danovaro, R. Snelgrove, P.V.R., Tyler, P.A. (2014) Challenging the paradigms of deep-sea
ecology. Trends Ecol. Evol. 29: 465-475. (25 Hottest Earth & Plan. Sci. Downloads 2014)
78. Bradbury, I.R., Bowman, S., Borza, T., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Hutchings, J.A., Berg, P.R.,
Rodríguez-Ezpeleta, N., Lighten, J., Ruzzante, D., Taggart, C. and Bentzen, P. (2014) Long
distance linkage disequilibrium and limited hybridization suggest cryptic speciation in
Atlantic cod. PLoS ONE 9: e106380.
77. Snelgrove, P.V.R. Thrush S.F., Wall, D.H. and Norkko, A. (2014) Biodiversity - ecosystem
functioning for the real world: A seafloor perspective. Trends Ecol. Evol. 29: 398-405.
76. Morris, C.J. Green, J.M., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Pennell, C.J. and Ollerhead, L.M.N. (2014)
Temporal and spatial migration of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) inside and outside a marine
protected area and evidence for the role of prior experience in homing. Can. J. Fish. Aquat.
Sci. 71(11): 1704-1712.
75. Shapiera M., Gregory, R.S., Morris, C., Pennel, C. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2014) Season and
site fidelity determine home range of dispersing and resident juvenile Greenland cod (Gadus
ogac) in a Newfoundland fjord. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 503: 235-246.
74. Burdett-Coutts, V., Wahle, R., Snelgrove, P.V.R. and Rochette R. (2014) Do settling lobsters
seek conspecifics? Spatial linkages between young-of-year and older juveniles. Mar. Ecol.
Prog. Ser. 499: 143-155.
73. Stanley R.R.E., deYoung B., Snelgrove P.V.R. and Gregory R.S. (2013) Factors regulating
early life history dispersal of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) from coastal Newfoundland.
PLoS ONE 8(9): e75889. (doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075889)
72. Stanley R, Snelgrove, P.V.R., deYoung, B. and Gregory, R.S. (2012) Evidence of active
dispersal during the early life history of coastal cold water fishes. PLoS One 7, e46266.
71. Ryan, M.R., Killen, S.S., Snelgrove, P.V.R. and Gregory, R.S. (2012) Predator exposure
effects on between-patch movement behaviour of juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). J.
Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 422-423: 81-87.
70. Baker, K.D., Haedrich , R.L., Snelgrove , P.V.R., Wareham, V.E., Edinger, E.N. and
Gilkinson, K.D. (2012) Small-scale patterns of deep-sea fish distributions and assemblages
off the Grand Banks, Newfoundland. Deep-Sea Res I. 65:171–188.
69. Katz, T., Yahel, G., Reidenbach, M., Tunnicliffe, V., Herut, B., Crusius, J., Whitney, F.,
Snelgrove, P. and Lazar, B. (2012) Resuspension by fish facilitates the transport and
redistribution of costal sediments. Limnol. Oceanogr.57: 945-958.
68. Pitcher, C.R., Lawton, P., Ellis, N., Smith, S.J., Incze, L.S., Wei, C.-L., Greenlaw, M.E.,
Wolff, N.H., Sameoto, J.A. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2012) Exploring the role of
environmental variables in shaping patterns of biodiversity composition in seabed
assemblages. Ecol. Appl. 49: 670-679.
67. Baker, K.D., Wareham, V.E., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Haedrich, R.L., Fifield, D.A., Edinger,
E.N. and Gilkinson, K.D. (2012) Distributional patterns of deep-sea coral assemblages in
three canyons off Newfoundland, Canada. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 445: 235−249.
66. Snelgrove, P.V.R., P. Archambault, S. Juniper, K., Lawton, P., Metaxas, A., Pepin, P., Rice,
J.C. and Tunnicliffe, V. (2012) The Canadian Healthy Oceans Network (CHONe): An
academic-government partnership to develop scientific guidelines in support of conservation
and sustainable usage of Canada’s marine biodiversity. Fisheries 37: 296-304.
65. Rossong, M.A., Barrett, T.J., Quijon, P.A. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2011) Regional
differences in foraging behaviour and morphology of invasive green crab (Carcinus maenas)
populations in Atlantic Canada. Biol. Invas. 14: 659-669.
64. Bradbury I.R., DiBacco C., Thorrold S.R., Snelgrove P.V.R. and Campana, S.E. (2011)
Resolving natal tags using otolith geochemistry in an estuarine fish. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser.
433: 195-204.
63. Rossong, M.A., P.A. Quijon, P. J. Williams and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2011). Foraging and
shelter behaviour of juvenile American lobster (Homarus americanus): the influence of a
non-indigenous crab. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 403: 75-80.
62. Bradbury, I.R., Hubert, S., Higgins, B., Bowman, S., Paterson, I., Snelgrove, P., Morris, C.,
Gregory, R., Hardie, D., Borza, T. and Bentzen, P. (2011) Evaluating SNP ascertainment bias
and its impact on population assignment in Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua. Molecular Ecology
Resources. 11: 218–225.
61. Lillis, A. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2010) Near-bottom hydrodynamic effects on postlarval
settlement in American lobster, Homarus americanus. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 401:161-92.
60. Archambault P., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Fisher, J.A.D, Gagnon, J.-M. Garbary, D.J., Harvey, M.,
Kenchington, E., Lesage, V., Levesque, M., Lovejoy, C., Mackas, D., McKindsey, C.W.,
Nelson, J. Pepin, P., Piché, L. and Poulin, M. (2010) From Sea to Sea: Canada’s Three
Oceans of Biodiversity. PLoS One (2010) doi 10.1371/journal.pone.0012182.
59. Warren, M.A., Gregory, R.S., Laurel, B.J. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2010). Increasing density
of juvenile Atlantic (Gadus morhua) and Greenland cod (G. ogac) with spatial expansion and
recovery of eelgrass (Zostera marina) in a coastal nursery habitat. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol.
394:154-160.
58. Bradbury, I.R., Hubert S., Higgins, B., Bowman S., Paterson I., Snelgrove, P., Morris, C.,
Gregory, R., Hardie, D., Hutchings, J. and Bentzen, P. (2010) Parallel adaptive evolution of
Atlantic cod in the eastern and western Atlantic Ocean in response to ocean temperature.
Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B. 277:3725-34. doi:10.1098/rspb.2010.0985
57. Katz, T., Yahel, G.,Yahel, R., Tunnicliffe, V., Herut, B., Snelgrove, P., Crusius, J. and Lazar,
B. (2009). Groundfish overfishing, diatom decline and the marine silica cycle – Lessons
from Saanich Inlet, Canada and the Baltic Sea cod crash. Global Biogeochemical Cycles.
23.
56. Snelgrove, P.V.R., Petrecca R., Stocks, K.I., Van Dover, C. and Zimmer, C.A. (2009) A
mosaic of diverse ideas: The ecological legacy of J. Fred Grassle. Deep-Sea Res. B 56: 1571-
1576.
55. Bradbury, I.R., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Bentzen, P., De Young, B., Gregory, R.S. and Morris, C.J.
(2009) Structural and functional connectivity of marine fishes within a semi-enclosed
Newfoundland fjord. J. Fish Biol. 75: 1393-1409.
54. Snelgrove, P.V.R., Bradbury, I.R., deYoung, B. and Fraser, S. (2008) Temporal variation in
fish egg and larval production by pelagic and bottom spawners in a large Newfoundland
coastal embayment. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 65, 159-175.
53. Quijon, P.A. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2008) Trophic complexity in marine sediments: new
evidence from the Gulf of St Lawrence. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 371: 85–89.
52. Guan, L., Snelgrove, P.V.R. and Gamperl, A.K. (2008) Ontogenetic changes in critical
swimming speed of cold–water marine fish larvae and the role of temperature. J. Exp. Mar.
Biol. Ecol. 360:61-68.
51. Bradbury I.R., Laurel B., Snelgrove P.V.R., Bentzen, P. and Campana, S.E. (2008)
Geographic, taxonomic, and life history bias in marine dispersal estimates. Proc. Roy. Soc.
Lond. B. 275, 1803-1809.
50. Jenkins, S., M. Burrows, D. Garbary, S. Hawkins, A. Ingólffson, P. Moore, K. Sebens, P.
Snelgrove, D. Wethey and Woodin, S. (2008) Comparisons of the ecology of shores across
the North Atlantic: Do differences in players matter for process? Ecology 89, S3-S23.
49. Quijon, P.A., Kelly, M.C. & P.V.R. Snelgrove (2008) The importance of natural organic
flux for sedimentary macrobenthic communities: An exampled from a Newfoundland fjord.
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 366:134–145.
48. Bradbury, I.R., Laurel, B.J.,Robichaud, D.R., Rose, G.A., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Gregory, R.S.,
Cote, D and Windle M.J.S. (2008) On discrete spatial dynamics, habitat, and management of
coastal Atlantic cod. Fish. Res. 9, 299-309.
47. Pepin, P., Curtis, K.A, Snelgrove, P.V.R., de Young, B. and Helbig, J.A. (2007) Optimal
estimation of the catch of the continuous underway fish egg sampler (CUFES) based on a
model of the vertical distribution of American plaice (Hippoglossoides platessoides) eggs.
ICES. J. Mar. Sci. 64: 18-30.
46. Bradbury, I.R.,Gardiner, K., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Campana, S.E., Bentzen, P. and Guan, L.
(2006) Larval transport, vertical migration behavior, and localized recruitment in
anadromous rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 63: 2822-2836.
45. Quijon, P.A. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2006) The use of coarser taxonomic resolution in
experimental studies of predation on marine sedimentary fauna. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol 330:
159-168.
44. Rajakaruna, H., Chen, Y. and Snelgrove, P. (2006) Is Retrospective Error a “true error”?
Mathematical basis of adaptive framework for Virtual Population Analysis. Mathematical
and Physical Fisheries Science 3: 36-64.
43. Quijon, P.A. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2005) Spatial linkages between decapod planktonic and
benthic adults stages in a Newfoundland fjordic system. J. Mar. Res. 63: 841-862.
42. Wall, D.H., Ayes E., Behan-Pelletier, V., Covich, A.P. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2005) Soils,
freshwater and marine sediments: the need for integrative landscape science. Mar. Ecol.
Prog. Ser. 304: 302-307.
41. Quijon, P.A. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2005) Polychaete assemblages of a sub-arctic
Newfoundland fjord: habitat, distribution, and identification. Polar Biol. 28: 495-505.
40. Quijon, P.A. & P.V.R. Snelgrove (2005) Differential roles of crustacean predators in a sub-
Arctic, soft-sediment system. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 285:137-149.
39. Pepin P., Snelgrove P.V.R., and Carter, K.P. (2005) Accuracy and precision of the
continuous underway fish egg sampler (CUFES) and bongo nets: a comparison of three
species of temperate fish. Fisheries Oceanography 14:43-447.
38. Quijon, P.A. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2005) Predation regulation of sedimentary faunal
structure: Potential effects of a fishery- induced switch in predators in a Newfoundland subarctic
fjord. Oecologia 144:125-36.
37. Bradbury, I.R., S. E. Campana, P. Bentzen and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2004) Synchronized hatch
and its ecological significance in rainbow smelt, Osmerus mordax, in St. Mary’s Bay,
Newfoundland. Limnol. Oceanogr. 49: 2310-2315.
36. Ramey, P.A. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2003) Spatial patterns in sedimentary macrofaunal
communities on the south coast of Newfoundland in relation to surface oceanography and
sediment characteristics. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 262: 215-227.
35. Bradbury, I.R., P.V.R. Snelgrove and Pepin, P. (2003) Passive and active behavioural
contributions to patchiness and spatial pattern during the early life history of marine fishes.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 257: 233-245.
34. Snelgrove, P.V.R. and Smith C.R. (2002) A riot of species in an environmental calm: the
paradox of the species-rich deep-sea floor. Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual
Review 40: 311-342.
33. Austen, M.C., P.J.D. Lambshead, P.A. Hutchings, G. Boucher, C.Heip, G. King, I. Koike, C.
Smith, and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2002) Do biodiversity links above and below the marine
sediment-water interface affect stability of benthic and pelagic communities? Biodiversity &
Conservation 11: 113-136.
32. Bradbury, I.R., P.V.R. Snelgrove and Fraser, S. (2001) The influence of temperature on the
loss of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) eggs and larvae from the inshore environment: a
combined modelling and observational approach. Fish.Oceanogr. 10: 342-352.
31. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J.F. Grassle, J.P. Grassle, R.F. Petrecca and Stocks, K.I. (2001) The role
of colonization in establishing patterns of community composition and diversity in shallowwater
sedimentary communities. J. Mar. Res. 59: 813-831.
30. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J.P. Grassle and Butman C.A. (2001) Adult effects on Capitella sp. I
larval settlement: a flume study. J. Mar. Res. 59: 657-674.
29. Wall, D.H., M.A. Palmer and Snelgrove P. (2001) Biodiversity in Critical Transition Zones
Between Terrestrial, Freshwater and Marine Soils and Sediments: Processes, Linkages, and
Management Implications. Ecosystems 4: 418-420.
28. Ewel, K.C, C. Cressa, R.T. Kneib, P.S.Lake, L.A. Levin, M. Palmer, P. Snelgrove and Wall,
D.H. (2001) Managing critical transition zones. Ecosystems 4: 452-460.
27. Levin, L.A., D. Boesch, A. Covich, C. Dahm, C. Erseus, K. Ewel, R. Kneib, M. Palmer and
Snelgrove, P. (2001) The role of biodiversity in the function of coastal transition zones.
Ecosystems 4: 430-451.
26. Bradbury, I.R. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2001) Spatial and temporal distribution in benthic
marine fish and invertebrates: the role of passive and active processes. Can. J. Fish. Aquat.
Sci. 58: 811-823.
25. Smith, C.R., M.C. Austen, G. Boucher, C. Heip, P.A. Hutchings, G.M. King, I. Koike, P.J.D.
Lambshead and Snelgrove P. (2000) Global change and biodiversity linkages across the
sediment-water interface. BioScience 50: 1108-1120.
24. Snelgrove, P.V.R., M.C. Austen, G. Boucher, C. Heip, P.A. Hutchings, G.M. King, I. Koike,
P.J.D. Lambshead and Smith, C.R. (2000) Linking biodiversity above and below the marine
sediment-water interface. BioScience 50: 1076-1088.
23. Bradbury, I.R., P.V.R. Snelgrove and Fraser, S. (2000) Transport and development of eggs
and larvae of Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua, in relation to spawning time and location in
coastal Newfoundland. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 57: 1761-1772.
22. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J. Grant and Pilditch, C.A. (1999) Habitat selection and adult-larvae
interactions in settling larvae of soft-shell clam Mya arenaria. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 182:
149-159.
21. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J.P. Grassle, J.F. Grassle, R.F. Petrecca & Ma, H. (1999) In situ habitat
selection by settling larvae of marine sedimentary invertebrates. Limnology and
Oceanography 44: 1341-1347.
20. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (1999) Response to Briggs. BioScience 49: 351-352.
19. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (1999) Getting to the bottom of marine biodiversity: Sedimentary habitats.
BioScience 49: 129-138.
18. Wall-Freckman, D., L. Brussaard, P. Hutchings, M. Palmer and Snelgrove P. (1998) Soil and
sediment biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. Nature and Resources 34: 39-49.
17. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (1998) The biodiversity of macrofaunal organisms in marine sediments.
Biodiversity and Conservation 7: 1123-1132.
16. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J.P. Grassle and Butman, C.A. (1998) Habitat selection by settling larvae
of the surf clam, Spisula solidissima in flow and still water. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 231:171-
190.
15. Freckman, D.W., T.H. Blackburn, L. Brussaard, P. Hutchings, M.A. Palmer and Snelgrove,
P.V.R. (1997) Linking biodiversity and ecosystem functioning of soils and sediments. Ambio
26: 556-562.
14. Snelgrove, P.V.R. T.H. Blackburn, P. Hutchings, D. Alongi, J.F. Grassle, H. Hummel, G.
King, I. Koike, P. J.D. Lambshead, N.B. Ramsing, V. Solis-Weiss, Freckman D.W. (1997)
The importance of marine sediment biodiversity in ecosystem processes Ambio 26: 578-583.
13. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J.F. Grassle and Petrecca, R.F. (1996) Experimental evidence for aging
food patches as a factor contributing to high deep-sea macrofaunal diversity. Limnol.
Oceanogr. 41: 605-614.
12. Snelgrove, P.V.R., C.A. Butman, and Grassle, J.F. (1995) Potential flow artifacts associated
with benthic experimental structures: Deep-sea mudbox examples. J. Mar. Res. 53: 821-845.
11. Snelgrove, P.V.R. and Butman, C.A. (1994) Animal-sediment relationships revisited: Cause
versus effect Oceanogr. Mar. Biol. Ann. Rev. 32: 111-177.
10. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J.F. Grassle & R.F. Petrecca (1994) Macrofaunal response to artificial
enrichments and depressions in a deep-sea habitat. J. Mar. Res. 52: 345-369.
9. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (1994) Hydrodynamic enhancement of invertebrate larval settlement in
microdepositional environments: Colonization tray experiments in a muddy habitat. J. Exp.
Mar. Biol. Ecol. 176: 149-166.
8. Snelgrove, P.V.R., C.A. Butman and Grassle, J.P. (1993) Hydrodynamic enhancement of
larval settlement in Mulinia lateralis (Say) and Capitella sp. I in microdepositional
environments. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 168: 71-109.
7. Grassle, J.P., P.V.R. Snelgrove and Butman, C.A. (1992) Larval habitat choice by Mulinia
lateralis. Neth. J. Sea Res. 30: 33-44.
6. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J.F. Grassle and Petrecca, R.F. (1992) The role of food patches in
maintaining high deep-sea diversity: Field experiments with hydrodynamically unbiased
colonization trays. Limnol. Oceanogr. 37: 1543-1550.
5. Bachelet, G., C.A. Butman, C.M. Webb, V.R. Starczak, and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (1992) Nonselective
settlement of Mercenaria mercenaria (L.) larvae in short-term, still-water,
laboratory experiments. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 161: 241-280.
4. Lewis, J.B. and Snelgrove, P.V.R. (1990) The influence of habitat differences on the
composition of the crustacean cryptofauna of the hermatypic coral Madracis mirabilis. Mar.
Biol. 106: 267-272.
3. Snelgrove, P.V.R. and Lewis, J.B. (1989) Response of a coral associated crustacean
community to eutrophication. Mar. Biol. 101: 249-258.
2. Kensley, B. and Snelgrove, P. (1987) Records of marine isopods associated with the coral
Madracis mirabilis from Barbados. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 100(1): 186-197.
1. Snelgrove, P.V.R. and Haedrich, R.L. (1985) Structure of the deep demersal fish fauna off
Newfoundland. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 27: 99-107.

BOOKS: (single author)

Snelgrove. P.V.R. 2010. The Census of Marine Life: Making Ocean Life Count. Cambridge
University Press. 286 pp.

BOOK CHAPTERS:

24. Woodin, S.A., Bell, S.S., Grant, J., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Wethey, D.S. Shallow water muddy
sands of the Northwestern Atlantic Coast: Latitudinal patterns in interactions and processes
(in press) In Hawkins S., Bohn, K., Firth, L.B., and Williams, G.A. eds. Interactions in the
Marine Benthos. Pp. 128-163. Cambridge University Press. Pp. 128-163.
23. Snelgrove P.V.R., Grassle J.F (2019) Deep-sea fauna. In: Cochran, J.K., Bokuniewicz, J.H.
Yager, L.P. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences, 3rd Edition, vol.[2], pp. 706-714.
Oxford: Elsevier.
22. Snelgrove, P.V.R., Metaxas, A. (2018) Caring for the Coasts. In Wells, P.G (ed): The Future
of Ocean Governance and Training: Essays in Honour of Elisabeth Mann Borgese (1918-
2002). Edited by P.W. Wells. 99. 234-240.
21. Metaxas. A., Snelgrove P.V.R. (2018) Caring for the Deep. In Wells, P.G (ed) : The Future
of Ocean Governance and Training: Essays in Honour of Elisabeth Mann Borgese (1918-
2002). Edited by P.W. Wells. Pp. 241-247.
20. Stanley, R.R.E, Morris, C.J., Snelgrove, P.V.R, Metaxas, A. and Pepin, P. (2018) The
Efficacy of Small Closures: A Tale of Two Marine Protected Areas in Canada. In
Brinkmann, R. and Garren, S.J. (eds): The Palgrave Handbook of Sustainability: Case
Studies and Practical Solutions. pp. 207-238
19. Snelgrove, P.V.R., Ziveri, P. (2016) Chapter 7: Biodiversity loss. In Williamson, P., Smythe-
Wright, D., and Burkill, P., Eds. (2016) Future of the Ocean and its Seas: a nongovernmental
scientific perspective on seven marine research issues of G7 interest. ICSUIAPSO-
IUGG-SCOR, Paris.
18. Snelgrove, P., Vanden Berghe, E., Miloslavich, P., Archambault, P., Bailly, N., Brandt, A.,
Bucklin, A., Clark, M., Dahdouh-Guebas, F., Danovaro, R., Frere, E., Halpin, P., Hopcroft,
R., Kaschner, K., Lascelles, B., Levin, L.A., Menden-Deuer, S., Metaxas, A., Obura, D.,
O’Dor, R., Reeves, R., Rynearson, T., Sato, M., Stocks, K., Tarzia, M., Tittensor, D.,
Tunnicliffe, V., Wallace, B., Wanless, R., Webb, T., Wei, C.-L. (2016) Gradients in marine
biodiversity. Chapter 34, First Global Integrated Marine Assessment (First World Ocean
Assessment), UN.
17. Miloslavich P., Webb, T., Snelgrove, P., Vanden Berghe, E. Kaschner, K., Halpin, P.N.
Reeves, R.R., Lascelles, B., Wanless, R., Sato, M., Tarzia, M., Frere, E., Wallace, B.P.,
Dulvy, N., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Schillinger, G., Boustany, A., Collette, B.B., Graves, J.E.,
Obura, D., Edwards, M., Clark, M., Stocks, K., Morato, T., Tunnicliffe, V., Hopcroft, R.,
Archambault, P., Pepin, P., Tunnell, J.W. Jr., Moretzsohn, F., Escobar-Briones, E. Ojaveer,
H., Gobin, J., Nakaoka, M., Fujikura, K., Yamano, H., Li, X., Venkataraman, K.,
Raghunathan, C., Griffiths, C.L., Bax, N.J., Butler, A.J., Brandt, A., Griffiths, H.J., Rice, J.
(2016) Extent of assessment of marine biological diversity. Chapter 35 in First Global
Integrated Marine Assessment (First World Ocean Assessment), United Nations.
16. Ingels, J., Clark, M.R., Vecchione, M., Perez, J.A., Levin, L.A., Priede, I.G., Sutton, T.,
Rowden, A.A., Smith, C.R., Yasuhara, M., Sweetman, A.K., Soltwedel, T., Santos, R.,
Narayanaswamy, B.E., Ruhl, H.A., Fujikura, K., Amaral-Zettler, L., Jones, D.O.B., Gates,
A.R., Snelgrove, P., Gaever, S.V., Bernal, P. (2016) Open Ocean Deep Sea. Chapter 36 in
First Global Integrated Marine Assessment (First World Ocean Assessment), United Nations.
15. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2015) Marine communities. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Wiley.
DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0003175.pub2
14. Snelgrove Paul V.R. (2014) The Census of Marine Life. In: Discoveries in Modern Science:
Exploration, Invention, Technology. Macmillan.
13. Snelgrove Paul V.R. (2013) Marine Sediments. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of
Biodiversity, second edition, Volume 5, pp. 105-115. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.
12. Rose, G.A., Bradbury, I.R., deYoung, B., Fudge. S.B., Lawson, G.L., Mello, L.G.S., Rideout,
R., Robichaud, D., Sherwood, G., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Windle, M.J.S. (2008) Rebuilding
Atlantic cod: Lessons from a spawning ground in coastal Newfoundland. In Resiliency of
Gadid Stocks to Fishing and Climate Change. Alaska Sea Grant Program.
11. Snelgrove, P.V.R., Flitner, M., Urban, E., Ekau, W., Glaser, M., Lotze, H.K., Phillipart, K.,
Sompongchaiyakul, P., Yuwono, E., Melillo, J., Meybeck, M., Rabalais, N., Zhang, J. (2008)
Governance and Management of Ecosystem Services in Semi-Enclosed Marine Systems. In:
Urban Jr., E.R. et al. (Ed.). Watersheds, bays, and bounded seas: The science and
management of semi-enclosed marine systems. Scientific Committee on Problems of the
Environment (SCOPE) Series, 70: pp. 49-76.
10. Wall, D.H., Bardgett, R.D., Covich, A.P., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2004) Conclusion: Understanding the Functions of Biodiversity in Soils & Sediments Will Enhance Global Ecosystem Sustainability and Societal Well Being. In: Sustaining biodiversity and ecosystem services in soils and sediments, SCOPE Ser vol. 64: 249-254. Island Press.
9. Weslawski, J.M., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Levin, L.A., Austin, M.C., Kneib, R.T., Iliffe, T.M.,
Garey, J.R., Hawkins, S.J., Whitlatch, R.B. (2004) Marine Sedimentary Biota as Providers of
Ecosystem Goods and Services. In: Sustaining biodiversity and ecosystem services in soils
and sediments, SCOPE Series, vol. 64: 73-98. ed. D.H. Wall. Island Press.
8. Snelgrove, P.V.R., Austin, M.C., Hawkins, S.J., Iliffe, T.M., Kneib R.T., Whitlatch, R.B.,
Levin, L.A., Weslawski, J.M., Garey, J.R. (2004) Vulnerability of Marine Sedimentary
Ecosystem Services to Human Activities. In: Sustaining biodiversity and ecosystem services
in soils and sediments, SCOPE Series, vol. 64: 161-190. ed. D.H. Wall. Island Press.
7. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2004) Introduction: Assessment of the vulnerability of Critical Below-
Surface Habitats, Functions and Taxa. . In: Sustaining biodiversity and ecosystem services in
soils and sediments, SCOPE Series, vol. 64: 99-100. ed. D.H. Wall. Island Press.
6. Snelgrove, Paul (2002) Marine Communities. In: Nature Encyclopedia of Life Sciences,
London: Nature Publishing Group, www.els.net/doi:10.1038/npg.els.0003175.
5. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2001) Marine sediments. Invited contribution to The Encyclopedia of
Biodiversity, Vol. 4, 71-84. Edited by S.A. Levin. Academic Press.
4. Micheli, F., Polis, G.A., Boersma, P.D., Hixon, M.A., Norse, E.A., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Soulé,
M.E. (2001) Human alteration of food webs: research priorities for conservation and
management. In: Conservation Biology: Research Priorities for the Next Decade, pp. 31-58,
eds. M. Soulé & G. Orians. Island Press.
5. Snelgrove, P.V.R. Diversity of Marine Species (2001) Invited contribution to The
Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences, pp. 748-757, ed. J. Steele, S. Thorpe, & K. Turekian
2. Hixon, M.A., Boersma, P.D., Hunter, M.L.Jr., Micheli, F., Norse, E.A., Possingham, H.A.,
Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2001) Oceans at Risk: Research Priorities in Marine Conservation
Biology. In: Conservation Biology: Research Priorities for the Next Decade, pp. 125-153,
eds. M. Soulé & G. Orians. Island Press.
1. Wall, D.H., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Covich, A.P. (2001) Conservation priorities for soil and
sediment species. In: Conservation Biology: Research Priorities for the Next Decade, pp. 99-
123, eds. M. Soulé & G. Orians. Island Press.

TECHNICAL REPORTS, THESES AND ESSAYS:

29. Marlow,J., Harriet Harden-Davies, H., Snelgrove, P., Jaspars, M., Blasiak, R., Wabnitz, C.
(2019) The Full Value of Marine Genetic Resources (MGR). Deep Ocean Stewardship
Initiative Policy Brief
28. Snelgrove, P., Tunnicliffe, V., Metaxas, A., Baker, M. (2018) Sustaining Biodiversity
Beyond National Jurisdictions: The Major Science Challenges. Deep Ocean Stewardship
Initiative Policy Brief
27. Levin, L.A., Wei, C.-L., Dunn, D.C. Amon, D., Ashford, O., Cheung, W., Colaço, A.,
Escobar, E., Guilloux, B., Harden-Davies, H., Drazen, J.C., Gjerde, K., Ismail, K., Jones, D.,
Johnson, D. Le, J., Lejzerowicz, F., Mitarai, S., Morato, T., Mulsow, S., Snelgrove, P.,
Sweetman, A.K., Yasuhara M. (2019) Climate Change Considerations are Fundamental to
Sustainable Management of Deep-Seabed Mining. Deep Ocean Stewardship Initiative
Policy Brief
26. Peck MA, Richardson K, Snelgrove P, Wilson R (2018) Marine Ecology Progress Series
(MEPS) celebrates its 600th volume: maintaining top quality in rapidly changing times.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 600:1-2
25. R.S. Gregory, Laurel, B.J., Cote, D., Newton, B.H., Dalley, K.L., Sargent, P.S., Snelgrove,
P.V.R., Clarke, K.D., Wong M.C. (2017). Fish production metrics from a nursery area in the
marine coastal zone of Newfoundland. Canadian Scientific Advisory Secret. Res. Doc.
24. Stanley, R.R., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2017) Small but mighty and surprisingly complex:
evaluating behavior in larval American lobster. The Lobster Newsletter 29, 17-20.
23. Stanley, R., Belley, R., Snelgrove, P., Morris, C., Pepin, P., Metaxas, A. (2015) Strategies for
Marine Protected Areas and Areas of Interest in Newfoundland & Labrador. Ecosystems
Management Publication Series, Fisheries & Oceans Canada, NL Region. 0011: 192 p
22. Koebberling, U., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2011) Sustainable Oceans Research in a Challenging
Environment. ICES Insight 48: 42-45.
21. Mercier, A., Edinger, E.N., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Zedel, L. (2009) The ecology of deep-sea
corals of Newfoundland and Labrador waters: Biogeography, life history, biogeochemistry,
and relation to fishes. Biogeography, biodiversity, & reproductive ecology of deep-sea
corals: NSERC Ship Time Cruise Rep. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci no. 2830: 125-133.
20. Baker, K, Snelgrove, P., Edinger, E. (2009) The ecology of deep-sea corals of Newfoundland
and Labrador waters: Biogeography, life history, biogeochemistry, &relation to fishes.
Ongoing coral recruitment experiments. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci 2830: 36-38.
19. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2008) Review of “The Silent Deep. The Discovery, Ecology and
Conservation of the Deep Sea”” by Tony Koslow. Quart. Rev. Biol.
18. Snelgrove, P., Archambault, P., Juniper, K., Lawton, P., Metaxas, A., McKindsey, C., Pepin,
P., Schneider, D., Tunnicliffe, V. (2008) Scientific Criteria for Conservation and Sustainable
Use of Marine Biodiversity. MTS/IEEE Oceans 08 Quebec.
17. Greenstreet, S., Robinson, L., Reiss, H., Kroncke, I., Callaway, R., Snelgrove, P., Costello,
M., Bergmann, M., Hiddink, J., Fraser, H., Craeymeersch, J., Degraer, S., Goffin, A.,
Lancaster, J. (2007) Review Of Theoretical Community Ecology: Implications For Marine
Communities. Fisheries Research Services Collaborative Report No. 08/07.
16. Smith, C.R., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2006) Disturbance and recolonization processes. In
Prospects for International Collaboration in Marine Environmental Research to Enhance
Understanding of the Deep Sea Environment. Inter. Seabed Authority, Kingston Jamaica.
15. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2003) Research Priorities in Deep-Sea Biodiversity. Workshop report on
“Gaps in Mediterranean Deep-Sea Biology”. Commission Internationale Pour L’exploration
Scientifique De La Mer Méditerranée.
14. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2003) Review of “Ecosystems of the Deep Ocean”, Vol. 28 in
Ecosystems of the World, Elsevier. EOS, Tran. Am. Geophys. Union 84: 398.
13. Butler, A.J., Koslow, J.A., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Juniper, S.K. (2001) The benthic biodiversity
of the high seas – review and priorities for conservation. Tech. Rep. Envir. Australia. 73 pp.
12. Bradbury, I.R., Lawson, G. L., Robichaud, D., Rose, G. A., Snelgrove, P.V.R. (2000)
Success and failure of Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua : a case study from coastal
Newfoundland. Canadian Scientific Advisory Secretariat Res. Doc. 2000/022.
11. Snelgrove, P.V.R., Grant, J., Pilditch, C.A. (1999) Flume experiments on larval settlement
of the soft-shell clam, Mya arenaria L. Coastal Ocean Processes Symposium - A Tribute to
William D. Grant. Woods Hole Oceanogr. Inst. Tech. Report 99-04. Pp. 217-222.
10. Bradbury, I.R., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Fraser, S. (1999) Transport and development of cod eggs
and larvae in Placentia Bay, Newfoundland 1997-1998. Canadian Stock Assessment
Secretariat Research Document 99/71, Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
9. Snelgrove, P. (1998) Reviewed Creatures of the Deep by E. Hoyt. Quart. Rev. Biol. 77: 346.
8. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (1998) Reviewed The Octopus’ Garden: Hydrothermal Vents & other
mysteries of the deep sea by C. VanDover. Quart. Rev. Biol. 73, 91.
7. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (1996) Why care about marine biodiversity? Sea Tech. 37. 93.
6. Snelgrove, P.V.R., Grassle, J.F. (1995) The deep sea: Desert and rainforest. Debunking the
desert analogy. Oceanus, 38, 25-29.
5. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (1993) The importance of fine-scale flow processes and food availability
in the maintenance of soft-sediment communities. Ph.D. Dissertation, Massachusetts Inst.
Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. 484 pp.
4. Grassle, J.F., Snelgrove, P.V.R., Weinberg, J.R., Whitlatch, R.B. (1988) The effect of plant
material on a benthic community of the Bermuda Continental Slope. NOAA Undersea
Research Program Research Report 88-4. pp. 283-290.
3. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (1987) Pollution Detection and Substrate Preference of the Cryptofauna
Associated with the Coral Madracis mirabilis. M.Sc..Thesis, McGill Univ, QC. 110 pp.
2. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (1984) A checklist of the demersal fish species of the Newfoundland
Continental Slope, Carson Canyon Area. Osprey 4: 9-10.
1. Snelgrove, P.V.R. (1984) The Vertical Distribution and Abundance of Benthic Fishes on the
Newfoundland Continental Slope, Carson Canyon Area. Honours Diss. MUN, 48 pp.

PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS:

9. Schillinger, D J, Archambault, P, Hay, A E, Juniper, K, Metaxas, A, Snelgrove, P (2010)
Benthic Dynamics in Barkley Canyon: Preliminary Results Using the NEPTUNE Canada
Cabled Undersea Observatory Proc. from the 2010 AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting. Feb 2010.
8. Snelgrove, P., Archambault, P, Juniper, K, Lawton, P, McKindsey, C, Metaxas, A, Pepin, P,
Tunnicliffe, V (2010) Mobilizing Marine Biodiversity Research: The Canadian Healthy
Oceans Network. Proc. from the 2010 AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting. [np]. 22-26 Feb 2010.
7. Grassle, J.F., J. Gregg, R. Petrecca. P. Snelgrove, K. Stocks, J.P. Grassle (2000) Habitat and
community patchiness on the continental shelf. EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union. 80: 296.
6. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J.F. Grassle, J.P. Grassle and R.F. Petrecca (2000) The role of initial
larval settlement is establishing patterms of composition and diversity in shallow-water
sedimentary communities. EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union. 80:295.
5. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J. Grant & C. Pilditch (1998) Habitat selection by settling larvae of Mya
arenaria in natural sediments. EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 79(1): 179.
4. Bradbury, I.R., P.V.R. Snelgrove & S. Fraser (1998) Distribution of Atlantic cod, Gadus
morhua, eggs in relation to coastal circulation and topography in Placentia Bay,
Newfoundland. EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 79(1): 180.
3. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J.P. Grassle, J.F. Grassle & R.F. Petrecca (1996) The roles of upwelling
and larval behavior in determining initial settlement patterns of benthic invertebrates in a
New Jersey continental shelf habitat. EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 76(3): 88.
2. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J.F. Grassle & R.F. Petrecca (1994) The contribution of temporal
changes in food patches to deep-sea diversity. EOS, Trans Am Geophys Union 75: 209
1. Snelgrove, P.V.R., J.F. Grassle & R.F. Petrecca (1990) Rapid deep-sea macrofaunal
response to quantity of algal enrichment. EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 71(2): 69.

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  • European Science Foundation – EuroDeep Review Panel, Brussels, Belgium, Dec 2006
  • European Science Foundation – EuroDeep Review Panel, Strasbourg, France, June 2006
  • Census of Marine Life Seamount Program, Woods Hole, MA, Sept. 2004
  • Invited External Reviewer – Benthic Habitat Assessment. Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Halifax, Dec. 2004
  • NSERC Ship Time Allocations Committee, Ottawa 2004, 2005, 2006 (Chair 2006)
  • NOAA/ University of Connecticut National Undersea Research Program (NURP) Proposal Review Panel, Groton, CT, 2004
  • Invited Member of Center for Independent Experts (CIE) panel to evaluate U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service Essential Fish Habitat (EFH) model. Seatttle, WA, June 2004
  • College of Reviewers, Canada Research Chairs Program 2003 - present
  • NOAA/ Mid-Atlantic Bight NURP Proposal Review Panel, New Brunswick, NJ, 2000
  • NOAA/ University of Connecticut. NURP Proposal Review Panel, Groton, CT, 2000
  • NOAA/ West Coast NURP Proposal Review Panel, Monterey, CA 1997
  • NOAA/ West Coast NURP Proposal Review Panel, Monterey, CA 1995


UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES:

Search Committee – Land-Sea Interface faculty position, MUN 2019.
Search Committee - Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Marine Physiological Ecology, 2016
Search Committee – Department of Ocean Sciences Head, 2015.
Promotion & Tenure Committee – Biology Department, 2013-2015, Chair 2013-2014.
Graduate Studies Committee – Department of Ocean Sciences, MUN 2013-present, Chair 2015
Search Committee – Canada Research Chair in Seabed Mapping Chair MUN 2013-2014
Search Committee – Biology Community Ecologist faculty position MUN 2010
University Faculty Awards Committee, MUN 2007 – 2012, 2014
Search Committee – Biology Dept. Marine Invert. Zoologist faculty position, MUN 2007 – 2008
Academic Council Executive, School of Graduate Studies, MUN 2006 – 2010
Academic Council of School of Graduate Studies, MUN 2006 – 2010
Search Committee – Marine Biology/Ecology faculty position, MUN 2006 –2007
Biology Microbiology faculty position, MUN 2005-2006
Internal Search Committee – Bartlett Chair in Oceanography, MUN 2005
Search Committee - Tier I Canada Research Chair in Climate Modeling MUN, Chair 2013-14
Search Committee - Tier I Canada Research Chair in Climate Change Modeling, MUN, 2004-5
Search Committee -Tier II Canada Research Chair - Seabed Imaging & Processes, MUN, 2004-5
Search Committee - Biology Department Head, MUN 2004-5
Biology/OSC Seminar Series Co-Organizer – Biology Dept. and OSC, MUN 2005-2007
Promotion & Tenure Committee – Ocean Sciences Centre, MUN 2003-2005, Chair 2005, 2009-
Graduate Studies Committee – Biology Department, MUN 2002- 2013t, Chair 2005-2007

MEDIA/OUTREACH:

  • Interview Halifax Chronicle Herald 2016
  • Interview Fisheries Broadcast, CBC St. John’s January 2016, September 2008
  • Public lecture on Ten Amazing Years of Discovery: the Census of Marine Life, Olin Art Gallery, Roanoke College, January 2013.
  • Interview BBC The Forum August 2011
  • Public lecture on Discoveries of the Census of Marine Life: Making Ocean Life Count. Maple Street Book Shop, New Orleans Louisiana, December 2010
  • Public lecture and book launch for Discoveries of the Census of Marine Life: Making Ocean Life Count. Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland, December 2010
  • Interviews BBC World Service Radio, CBC National Radio Quirks and Quarks, Al Jazeera International TV, Skye News Europe, many print media worldwide October 2010
  • Interview As it Happens, CBC National Radio, CBC and CTV Halifax, August 2010
  • Galatée Films – Film preview and scientific critique, Paris, France March 2009
  • Interview, National Geographic Wild Chronicles Television Series, June 2008
  • Interview, CBC The National TV News, June 2005


OCEANOGRAPHIC CRUISES:

  • June 2019, HB BIGELOW. M. Nizinski and A. Metaxas Chief Scientists. ROPOS ROV
    work sampling deep-sea sedimentary and coral mapping habitat on New England and Nova Scotia continental slope.
  • July 2018, CGS HUDSON. P. Lawton and A. Metaxas Chief Scientists, Scotian Slope, NS. Multicore sampling of sedimentary fauna and video sampling of deep-sea coral environments.
  • June 2017, HB BIGELOW. M. Nizinski and A. Metaxas Chief Scientists. ROPOS ROV
    work sampling deep-sea sedimentary and coral mapping habitat on New England and Nova Scotia continental slope.
  • October 2015, CCGS Amundsen, P. Archambault Chief Scientist. Box coring, ROV work, other activities in Baffin Bay and area.
  • June 2015, MV CORIOLIS, D. Bourgault Chief Scientist. Box coring, oceanographic moorings in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
  • July 2014, HB BIGELOW. M. Nizinski and A. Metaxas Chief Scientists. ROPOS ROV work sampling deep-sea sedimentary and coral mapping habitat on New England and Nova Scotia continental slope.
  • August 2010, CGS HUDSON. P. Lawton Chief Scientist, Scotian Slope, NS. Multicore sampling of sedimentary fauna and video sampling of deep-sea coral environments.
  • February 2009, CCGS TULLY. V. Tunnicliffe, Chief Scientist. Saanich Inlet, BC. ROPOS ROV work sampling sedimentary fauna as part of the VENUS Observatory project.
  • July 2007, CCGS TULLY. V. Tunnicliffe, Chief Scientist. Saanich Inlet, BC. ROPOS ROV work sampling sedimentary fauna as part of the VENUS Observatory project.
  • August 2006. CCGS TULLY. K. Juniper, Chief Scientist. BC Slope. ROPOS ROV work sampling deep-sea sedimentary, coral and seep fauna, mapping habitats and preparing for NEPTUNE instrument deployment.
  • July 2006, CCGS TULLY. V. Tunnicliffe, Chief Scientist. Saanich Inlet, BC. ROPOS ROV work sampling sedimentary fauna as part of the VENUS Observatory project.
  • July 2006, CCGS Hudson. P. Lawton Chief Scientist, Scotian Slope, NS. ROPOS ROV work sampling sedimentary fauna and deep-sea coral environments.
  • May, 2006. CCGS SHAMOOK. R. Gregory, Chief Scientists. Trinity Bay, NL. Tucker trawl sampling of ichthyoplankton.
  • February 2006. CCGS TULLY. V. Tunnicliffe, Chief Scientist. Saanich Inlet, BC. ROPOS ROV work sampling sponge reefs and sedimentary fauna.
  • July 2005. CCGS TULLY. S. Leys and V. Tunnicliffe, Chief Scientists. Fraser Ridge, BC. ROPOS ROV work sampling shallow-water sponge reefs and sedimentary fauna.
  • July 2004. C.C.G.S. SHAMOOK. P. Snelgrove and C. Morris, Chief Scientists. Trinity Bay, NL. CUFES and Bongo sampling of ichthyoplankton.
  • June 2004. LAUZIER, B. deYoung and P. Snelgrove, Chief Scientists. Bonne Bay, NL. Bongo sampling, mooring deployment, multicoring.
  • May 2004. CCGS SHAMOOK. P. Snelgrove and C. Morris, Chief Scientists. Trinity Bay, NL. CUFES snd Bongo sampling of ichthyoplankton. May-June 2002. C.C.G.S. TELEOST. P.Pepin and P. Snelgrove, Chief Scientists. Trinity Bay, NL. CUFES and Bongo sampling of ichthyoplankton.
  • August 2001. CCGS SHAMOOK. P.Pepin and P. Snelgrove, Chief Scientists. Trinity Bay, NL. CUFES and Bongo sampling of ichthyoplankton.
  • May 2001. CCGS SHAMOOK. P. Pepin, Chief Scientist. Trinity Bay, NL. CUFES and Bongo sampling of ichthyoplankton.
  • May 2000. CCGS SHAMOOK. P. Snelgrove, Chief Scientist. St. John's, NL to St. John's NL. Box coring and tow-yo sampling of Trinity Bay, NL.
  • April 1999. CCGS SHAMOOK. P. Snelgrove, Chief Scientist. Arnolds Cove, NL to Argentia, NL. Ichthyoplankton and CTD survey of Placentia Bay, NL.
  • April 1998. CCGS SHAMOOK. P. Snelgrove, Chief Scientist. Arnolds Cove, NL to Argentia NL. Ichthyoplankton and CTD survey of Placentia Bay, Newfoundland.
  • April 1997. CCGS. SHAMOOK. P. Snelgrove, Chief Scientist. Arnolds Cove, NL to Argentia NL. Ichthyoplankton and CTD survey of Placentia Bay, Newfoundland.
  • October 1996. H.M.S. CORMORANT. G. Rose, Chief Scientist. St. John’s, NL to St. John’s. Dive in submersible in Placentia Bay to observe cod, redfish and benthos.
  • July 1993. ATLANTIS II. J.F. Grassle, Chief Scientist. Woods Hole, MA to Woods Hole. Two ALVIN dives to 2500-m depth at Deep-Water Dumpsite 106 off the New Jersey coast as part of dive series to recover deep-sea colonization experiments to study sludge impact.
  • August 1992. ATLANTIS II. J.F. Grassle, Chief Scientist. Woods Hole, MA to Woods Hole. One ALVIN dive to 2500-m depth at Deep-Water Dumpsite 106 off the New Jersey coast as part of dive series for deep-sea colonization experiments to study sludge impact.
  • October-November 1991. R/V EDWIN LINK. R.F. Petrecca, Chief Scientist. St. Thomas, USVI to St. Thomas. Four dives in JOHNSON-SEALINK to 900-m depth to conduct experiments on algal decomposition and response of deep-sea organisms. Deployment and recovery of the Moored, Automated, Serial Zooplankton Pump (MASZP).
  • December 1990. R/V WECOMA. A.B. Williams III, Chief Scientist. Astoria, Oregon to San
  • Francisco, CA. Spade coring from surface ship to collect sediment samples for biological and sediment analysis in study of Sediment Transport Events on Shelves and Slopes (STRESS).
  • December 1989. R/V SEWART JOHNSON. A. Kalvaitis, Chief Scientist. Freeport, Bahamas to Freeport. Demonstration of Sample Collecting and Oceanographic Observation Platform (SCOOP) ROV and its potential applications for deep-sea biological research.
  • July 1989. R/V AKADEMIK M. KELDYSH. Washington, D.C. to Bermuda. One dive in MIR submersible (1000 m) to observe capabilities for possible future Soviet/U.S. research.
  • May-June 1989. R/V EDWIN LINK. F. Grassle, Chief Scientist. 7 Dives in JOHNSONSEALINK to 900 m depth in dive series to collect box cores and conduct experiments on effects of various types of organic enrichment on the distribution of deep-sea invertebrates.
  • January 1988. R/V ATLANTIS. Guaymas, Mexico to Guaymas. F. Sayles, Chief Scientist. One dive in ALVIN to 2000 m to collect macrofaunal box cores in sediments at hydrothermal vents.
  • August 1987. R/V SEWART JOHNSON. Woods Hole to Woods Hole. R. Whitlatch, Chief Scientist. Two dives in submersible JOHNSON SEA-LINK on New England continental slope to collect box cores/run video transects across the sea floor.
  • June-July 1987. R/V TWINDRILL. New York City to Bermuda. F. Grassle, Chief Scientist. Three dives in submersible PISCES VI to collect box cores, study effects of organic enrichment on benthos, collect video and still photographs of deep-sea shark bait response.
  • May 1987. M/V DAWSON. St. John's, NL to St. John's, NL. R. Haedrich, Chief Scientist. Deploy Isaacs-Kidd Midwater Trawls and conduct CTD profiles in Newfoundland fjords.
  • June 1983. M/V DAWSON. St. John's, NL to Argentia, NL. R. Haedrich, Chief Scientist. Collection of Isaacs-Kidd Midwater Trawls and Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Trawls to quantify deep-sea fish and invertebrate fauna, and CTD casts to quantify oxygen and nutrient levels in southern Newfoundland fjords.

Contact

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