Jean V Adams

I provide statistical expertise to research scientists at the US Geological Survey Great Lakes Science Center and to the bi-national Great Lakes Fishery Commission

I am also PhD candidate with the Quantitive Fisheries Center at Michigan State University, seeking to understand what observed sea lamprey marking rates on surviving lake trout in the Great Lakes tell us about those that perished.

Biography

 

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---  EDUCATION  ---

Ph.D. candidate in Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University, expected 2020

M.S. in Statistics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1990

B.S. in Biology, Bradley University, 1985

 

---  PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE  ---

Statistician, 1995-present

      U.S. Geological Survey, Great Lakes Science Center, Ann Arbor MI

      Great Lakes Fishery Commission, Ann Arbor MI (2000-present)

Biometrician, 1994

      Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Research, Monona WI

Peace Corps Volunteer, 1992-1993

      U.S. Peace Corps, Menyamya High School, Papua New Guinea

Treaty Fisheries Database Coordinator, 1991

      Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Management, Madison WI

Research Assistant, 1985-1990

      Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Research, Fitchburg WI

 

---  AWARDS  ---

Vernon C. Applegate Award, 2007 – outstanding contributions to sea lamprey control

STAR Award, 2001 – outstanding contributions to the Sea Lamprey International Symposium II

James W. Moffett Publication Award, 1998 – outstanding scientific paper published in 1997

STAR Award, 1998 – exceptional contributions to interagency cooperative study, The development and implementation of an integrated (acoustic and trawl) prey fish assessment strategy for Lake Michigan