Gil Sylvia is a Marine Resource Economist, former Director of the Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station (COMES), and Professor Emeritus in the department of Applied Economics, Oregon State University. His research focuses on fishery and aquaculture management and policy, seafood marketing, and bioeconomic modeling. Gil has published in numerous economic and fishery management journals and consulted in a variety of national and international fishery and aquaculture projects.
His current projects include exploring the growth of aquaculture in Oregon, and continuing to work with the Marine Studies Initiative on Food From the Sea.
In the News
Out of the Wild - Oregon Business (2020)
Farming the Waters - Terra (2020)
Express lane for fish: Migrating salmon get a boost past dams - Capital Press (2019)
Build a Better Oyster (2015)
Connecting the Dots (2011)
Pacific Albacore Tuna (2009)
Water, Water Everywhere? (2006)
The Secret Code of Salmon (2006)
Tuna Goes to Market (2004)
Smiles We Left Behind (2000)
Pearls of Wisdom (1999)