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ABOUT THE ALASKA
SCIENCE CENTER

SCIENCE OFFICES

CONFERENCES

USGS ALASKA DATA RESOURCES

OTHER ALASKA AREA
SCIENCE OFFICES

Gail V. Irvine

Title: Research Ecologist
Address: 4210 University Dr., Anchorage, AK 99508-4626
Phone: (907) 786-7069
Fax: (907) 786-7150
Email: girvine@usgs.gov


Education and/or Training

Ph.D.1983University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CAAquatic and Population Biology
M.S.1973University of Washington, Seattle, WAZoology
B.S.1969 University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CAZoology

Areas of Specialization and/or Research Interests

Marine population and community ecology, ecosystem dynamics, long-term monitoring, life history strategies, recruitment ecology, marine reserves, oil spill effects, plant-herbivore interactions, coral reef ecology.

Professional Experience

1995 - PresentEcologist, USGS, Alaska Science Center, Anchorage, Alaska
1993 - 1995Coastal Resources Specialist, National Biological Service, Alaska Science Center, Anchorage, Alaska
1990 - 1993Coastal Resources Specialist, National Park Service, Regional Office, Anchorage, Alaska
1984 - 1990Marine Biologist, Minerals Management Service, Anchorage, Alaska
1983Assistant Research Biologist, Marine Science Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California
1976 - 1983 Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California
1980Research Assistant, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama
1969 - 1973 Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
1969 - 1973Research Assistant, Friday Harbor Marine Laboratories, Friday Harbor, Washington

Professional Activities and/or Memberships

Ecological Society of America
Western Society of Naturalists

Significant Recent Publications

Irvine, G.V. and A. Shelly. 2013. Sampling design for long-term regional trends in marine rocky intertidal communities. Environ. Monit. Assess. 185:6963-6987. doi: 10.1007/s10661-013-3078-6

Irvine, G.V. In Press. Persistence of spilled oil on shores and its effects on biota. Extended bibliography in Seas at the Millenium, C. Sheppard (ed.). Elsevier Science Ltd..

Carls, M. G., M. M. Babcock, P. M. Harris, G. V. Irvine, J. A. Cusick, and S. D. Rice. 2001. Persistence of oiling in mussel beds after the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Marine Environmental research. 51:167-190.

Irvine, G. V. 2001. Development of coastal monitoring protocols and process-based studies to address landscape-scale variation in coastal communities of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. Phase II: Development and testing of monitoring protocols for selected habitats and assemblages. Draft Final Annual Report, NRPP Project. Submitted to Glacier Bay NP&P, Feb. 2001.

Irvine, G. V. 2001. Detecting change across broad scales: An inferential design for long-term intertidal monitoring at Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska.. Presentation in a special session on Long-term Studies at the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (Feb. 12-16, 2001; Albuquerque), and to the George Wright Society (April 16-20, 2001; Dever).

Irvine, G. V. 2001. Monitoring the rocky intertidal at Glacier Bay NP&P: Design, power, and process. Presentation to Glacier Bay NPP staff, May 7, 2001, Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve.

Irvine, G. V., D. H. Mann, and J. W. Short. 2000. Residual oiling of armored beaches and mussel beds in the Gulf of Alaska 10 years after the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Poster, Exxon Valdez Oil Spill 2000 Restoration Workshop, Jan 18-19, 2000, Anchorage, AK.

Irvine, G. V. 2000. Intertidal Monitoring Database. Residing at Glacier Bay NP&P.

Irvine, G., D. Mann, and J. Short. 2000. Residual oiling of armored beaches and mussel beds in the Gulf of Alaska. Restoration Project 00459, Draft final report. Submitted to Exxon Valdez Trustee Council.

Irvine, G. V. 2000. Persistence of spilled oil on shores and its effects on biota. Chapter 126 in Seas at the Millenium: An Environmental Evaluation, Vol. III, Global Issues and Processes, ed. C. Shepard. Pp. 267-281, Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford.

Babcock, M. M., G. V. Irvine, P. M. Harris, J. A. Cusick, and S. D. Rice. 1996. Persistence of oiling in mussel beds three and four years after the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Pages 286-297 in S.D. Rice, R.B. Spies, D.A. Wolfe, and B.A. Wright, (eds). Proceedings of the Exxon Valdez oil spill symposium. American Fisheries Society Symposium 18.

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