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Cheryl Barnes

Cheryl Barnes

Assistant Professor
cheryl.barnes [at]

Office: (541) 867-0116

The Integrated Marine Fisheries Lab conducts scientific research to answer management-relevant questions. Much of our work focuses on better understanding population and community dynamics of groundfish species in the North Pacific. To do so, we rely on a combination of field sampling, lab-based research, and statistical modeling techniques. We also place considerable value on collaborating with academic and agency scientists, resource managers, and fishery stakeholders because of its benefit to both process and product.

Research areas include biogeographic effects on life history traits, food web dynamics, and climate change impacts on species distributions. We are particularly interested in developing scientific products that can be used to inform stock assessments and ecosystem-based fisheries management. 


Check out the IMF Lab website for information about (under)graduate student, postgraduate, and/or postdoctoral opportunities!