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Economic and Social Sciences Research: Personnel


Alan Haynie

Title:

Economist

Division:

Resource Ecology and Fisheries Management

Telephone:

(206) 526-4253

Fax:

(206) 526-6723

Email:

alan.haynie@noaa.gov

Address:

National Marine Fisheries Service
Alaska Fisheries Science Center
7600 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115


Current Activities

Dr. Alan Haynie is an economist at NOAA Fisheries’ Alaska Fisheries Science Center in Seattle, WA where he has worked since 2004. Alan’s research includes the spatial analysis of fisheries under changing climate, biological, and market conditions and with the implementation of catch shares and other management changes. His work also explores the design and implementation of bycatch reduction incentives, the evaluation of bycatch hotspot closures, and the identification of unintended consequences of marine reserves. Alan has been involved in the analysis of various salmon bycatch actions by the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, has been a PI in the Bering Sea Integrated Ecosystem Research Program, and is a member of the Council’s Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands Groundfish Plan Team. Alan is on the board of the North American Association of Fisheries Economists (NAAFE) and oversees the spatial economics toolbox for fisheries (FishSET), a NOAA Fisheries initiative to improve the spatial modeling and management of fisheries.

Background

Alan grew up in Louisiana and learned to love Gulf Coast seafood before he could walk. Alan was an undergraduate in Economics and International Relations at Stanford University and was a NMFS/Sea Grant Marine Resource Economics Graduate Fellow at the University of Washington, from where he received his PhD. Alan is now an affiliate faculty member at the UW School of Marine and Environmental Affairs and at the University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences and at Oregon State University. Alan was a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).

Recent Publications

  • The risk of rodent introductions from shipwrecks to seabirds on Aleutian and Bering Sea islands
    RENNER, M., E. NELSON, J. WATSON, A. HAYNIE, A. POE, M. ROBARDS, and S. C. HESS. 2018. The risk of rodent introductions from shipwrecks to seabirds on Aleutian and Bering Sea islands. Biol. Invasions. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-018-1726-z   Online.
     
  • Paths to resilience: Alaska pollock fleet uses multiple fishing strategies to buffer against environmental change in the Bering Sea.
    WATSON, J. T., and A. C. HAYNIE. 2018. Paths to resilience: Alaska pollock fleet uses multiple fishing strategies to buffer against environmental change in the Bering Sea. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. https://doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2017-0315   Online.
     
  • Lessons on marine protected area management in northern boreal regions from the United States and Norway.
    McDERMOTT, S. F., L. BUHL-MORTENSEN, G. DAHLE, D. HART, A. C. HAYNIE, T. JOHANNESSEN, E. MOKSNESS, E. M. OLSEN, E. OLSEN, J. V. OLSEN, P. D. SPENCER, and W. STOCKHAUSEN. 2017. Lessons on marine protected area management in northern boreal regions from the United States and Norway. Mar. Fish. Rev. 79:28-51. https://doi.org/10.7755/MFR.79.1.2   Online.
     
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Recent Posters

  • Big Data From a Big Fishery: Using Vessel Monitoring Systems (VMS) to Characterize Trips by Catcher Vessels in the Bering Sea Pollock Fishery
    By:  JORDAN T. WATSON, ALAN C. HAYNIE
    Conference:  American Fisheries Society, 145th Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, Aug 2015
    (2015 poster, .pdf, 1.58 MB)   Online.

     
  • FishSET Spatial Economics Toolbox for Fisheries
    By:  ALAN HAYNIE
    Conference:  Alaska Marine Science Symposium, Anchorage, AK, Jan 2014
    (2014 poster, .pdf, 4.57 MB)   Online.

     
  • Climate Change and Fisher Behavior in the Bering Sea Pollock Trawl and Pacific Cod Longline Fisheries
    By:  ALAN HAYNIE, LISA PFEIFFER
    Conference:  Alaska Marine Science Symposium, Anchorage, AK, Jan 2013
    (2013 poster, .pdf, 1.2 MB)   Online.

     
  • The Effects of Climate Regimes on the Pacific Cod Longline Fishery
    By:  ALAN HAYNIE, LISA PFEIFFER
    Conference:  Alaska Marine Science Symposium, Anchorage, AK, Jan 2012
    (2012 poster, .pdf, 1.98 MB)   Online.

     
  • Modeling the Effects of Climate Change on the Catcher/Processor Sector of the BS Pollock Fishery
    By:  LISA PFEIFFER, ALAN HAYNIE
    Conference:  Alaska Marine Science Symposium, Anchorage, AK, Jan 2011
    (2011 poster, .pdf, 9.98 MB)   Online.

     

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