Presentations

INVITED
University of Florida, Fisheries and Aquatic Science Seminar Series
October 27, 2017
“Exploring spatiotemporal patterns, productivity, and resiliency of commercial reef fishermen in the Gulf of Mexico”

Centers for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence (COSEE).
National Network Meeting, 2013.
Sat on panel discussion entitled “Individual Pathways to an Ocean Science Career”
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147th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 2017 (Oral)
Marcy Cockrell, Steven Murawski, Shay O’Farrell, James Sanchirico, Larry Perruso, and Andrew Strelcheck
“An Analysis of Factors Contributing to Success in a Commercial Fishing Fleet after Deepwater Horizon Closures”

AGU-ASLO Ocean Sciences Meeting, 2016 (Oral)
Marcy Cockrell, Steve Murawski, James Sanchirico, Shay O’Farrell, and Andy Strelcheck
“Spatial and temporal dynamics of commercial reef-fish fisheries on the West Florida Shelf: Understanding drivers of fleet behavior and the implications for future management”

Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference, 2016 (Poster)
Marcy Cockrell, Steven Murawski, Shay O’Farrell, James Sanchirico, and Andy Strelcheck
“Quantifying the impacts of Deepwater Horizon on commercial reef-fish fisheries: Spatial patterns before, during, and after the spill”

Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference, 2014 (Poster)
Marcy L. Cockrell, Steven A. Murawski, and Andrew Strelcheck
“Changes in commercial fishing behavior as a result of the Deepwater Horizon blowout”

Ecological Society of America, 2012 (Oral)
Marcy L. Cockrell, Heather M. Leslie, and Joanna Bernhardt
“Using the blue mussel (Mytilus edulis) to examine community dynamics in Northeastern rocky shores”

Benthic Ecology Meeting, 2010 (Oral)
Marcy L. Cockrell, Cascade J.B. Sorte, and Matthew Bracken
“Stage-structured population modeling as a tool for predicting species’ responses to climate change”

Western Society of Naturalists, 2009 (Oral)
Marcy L. Cockrell and Cascade J.B. Sorte
Stage-structured population modeling as a tool for predicting responses of the invasive tunicate Botrylloides violaceus to climate change”
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USF College of Marine Science Graduate Student Symposium, 2016 (Oral)
Marcy Cockrell, Steve Murawski, James Sanchirico, Shay O’Farrell, and Andy Strelcheck
“Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Commercial Reef-Fish Fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico”

USF College of Marine Science Graduate Student Symposium, 2013 (Oral)
Marcy L. Cockrell, Steve Murawski, Bob Weisberg, and Andrew Strelcheck
“Decision-support tools for evaluation of fisheries reserve networks in the Gulf of Mexico and beyond”

Regional Association for Research on the Gulf of Maine, 2011 (Poster)
Marcy L. Cockrell, Heather M. Leslie, and Joanna Bernhardt
“Variation in human-driven estuarine productivity shapes rocky shore communities”

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