Associate Professor, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
Earth & Environmental Sciences, Reproducibility & Open Science, Statistics
Mark Scheuerell is an applied ecologist who integrates different data sources and analytical methods to study a variety of problems related to the conservation and management of aquatic resources, particularly along the west coast of North America. He collaborates closely with partners from tribal, government, and academic institutions in identifying and conducting research projects. He’s also dedicated to conducting open, reproducible science.
Much of Mark’s research is focused on the development and application of statistical methods for analyzing temporal and spatial data. Examples of recent projects include integrated population models for Pacific salmon, evaluation of the risks and rewards of ecological portfolios, and assessing the effects of large-scale disturbances from natural and anthropogenic causes.