CURRICULUM VITAE
JOHN KENNETH HORNE

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Address:
University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Science, Box 355020,
Seattle, WA 98195-5020, USA
Alaska Fisheries Science Center, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Bldg. 4,
Seattle, WA 98115, USA
Phone:
(206) 221-6890 School of Fisheries
(206) 526-4618 Alaska Fisheries Science Center
Fax:
(206) 221-6939 School of Fisheries
(206) 526-67623 Alaska Fisheries Science Center
e-mail:
jhorne@u.washington.edu School of Fisheries
john.horne@noaa.gov Alaska Fisheries Science Center

Education

1995
Ph.D. Biology, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Spatial Variance of Mobile Aquatic Organisms: Capelin and Cod in Coastal Newfoundland Waters
Supervisor: Dr. David Schneider
1988
M.Sc. Biology, Dalhousie University
Environmental Factors Influencing the Distribution of Juvenile Groundfish in Nearshore Habitats of Southwest Nova Scotia
Supervisor: Dr. Steven Campana
1985
B.Sc. (Honours) Marine Biology, Dalhousie University
An Evaluation of Length-Weight, Meristic, Morphometric, and Electrophoretic Techniques for Stock Discrimination of Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua L.
Supervisor: Dr. Jacquie McGlade

Professional Background

2008- Associate Professor -- University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. Affiliated with the Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management Program.
2004-2008 Research Associate Professor -- University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. Affiliated with the Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management Program.
2001-2004 Research Assistant Professor - University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. Affiliated with the Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management Program.
1999-2000 Research Scientist – NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center and University of Washington, Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean.
1997-1999 Research Scientist - NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory. Adjunct Assistant Professor - School of Natural Resources and Environment and College of Engineering, University of Michigan.
1996-1997 Adjunct Assistant Professor - Geography and National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. State University of New York, University at Buffalo.
1994-1997 Postdoctoral Fellow - Great Lakes Center. Adjunct Assistant Professor - Department of Biology. State University of New York College at Buffalo State.
1990-1994 Graduate Student. Memorial University of Newfoundland.
1988-1990 Marine Mammal Population Dynamics Technician - Marine Fish Division. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Bedford Institute of Oceanography.
1985-1988 Graduate Student. Dalhousie University.

Fellowships and Awards

2006 Acoustical Society of America, Medwin Prize in Acoustical Oceanography
1999 Cooperative Institute for Limnology and Ecosystems Research, Volunteer Excellence Award. University of Michigan
1997 Dissertations Initiative for the Advancement of Limnology and Oceanography (DIALOG II) Fellowship. American Society of Limnologists and Oceanographers (ASLO). Bermuda Biological Station for Research.
1997 Fisheries Society of the British Isles Travel Award to attend the 127th American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Monterey, California, USA
1995-1996 Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), Postdoctoral Fellowship.
1994 Memorial University of Newfoundland, "Fellow of the School of Graduate Studies".
1994 Fisheries Society of the British Isles Travel Award to attend Predator-prey Relationships in Fishes Meeting, Glasgow, Scotland.
1994 Memorial University of Newfoundland, Biology Department Travel Award to attend the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography - Aquatic Sciences Meeting, San Diego, California.
1991-1993 National Centres of Excellence, Ocean Production Enhancement Network Graduate Scholarship.
1991 Memorial University of Newfoundland, Biology Department Travel Award to attend the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography - Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1990 Albert G. Hatcher Memorial Scholarship, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
1988 Clemens-Rigler Travel Award to attend the 41st annual meeting, Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, Ottawa, Ontario.
1985-1987 Dalhousie Graduate Fellowship, Dalhousie University.
1987 Clemens-Rigler Travel Award to attend the 40th annual meeting, Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, Vancouver, British Columbia.
1986 Clemens Travel Award to attend the 39th annual meeting, Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, Ottawa, Ontario.

Professional Service

2008

Reviewer for Marine Ecology Progress Series, ICES Journal of Marine Science

2008 Organizer and co-chair of the Acoustic Backscatter Modeling Workshop. Friday Harbor Laboratories, WA.
2007

Reviewer for Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Alaska Sea Grant.

2007-2008 Member scientific steering committee for ICES Symposium on the Ecosystem Approach with Fisheries Acoustics and Complementary Technologies (SEAFACTS).
2006-2007

Chair of the ICES Study Group on Target Strength Estimation in the Baltic Sea.

2006 Organizer and session co-chair for Detection, Classification, and Enumeration of Fish and Fish Habitat. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Ocean Science Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii.
2006 Reviewer for Transactions of the American Fisheries Society; ICES Journal of Marine Research; National Science Foundation – Biological Oceanography Program; Deep Sea Research Part II.
2005-2008 Member of the Natioinal Science Foundation, Ocean Research Interactive Observatory Networks (ORION) Science & Technology Advisory Committee.
2005 Session chair for Bioacoustics structured session. Underwater Acoustic Measurements: Technologies and Results. F.O.R.T.H., Heraklion, Crete.
2005 Reviewer for Transactions of the American Fisheries Society; ICES Journal of Marine Research; National Science Foundation – Biological Oceanography Program.
2004-2007 Acoustical Oceanography Technical Committee member, Acoustical Society of America.
2004 Session chair for Acoustical Oceanography and Animal Bioacoustics: D. Van Holliday Special Session on Acoustical Measurements of Marine Organisms, 147 th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. New York City, New York.
2004 Reviewer for Transactions of the American Fisheries Society; Fisheries Oceanography; ICES Journal of Marine Research
2003 Reviewer for National Science Foundation – Biological Oceanography Program, USDA Small Business Innovation Research Program; ICES Journal of Marine Research; United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation.
2003 Organizer for workshop session on Fisheries and Marine Mammals, Science Planning for the NEPTUNE Regional Cabled Observatory in the Northeast Pacific Ocean; Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.
2002 Member of the Research Vessel Committee. Friday Harbor Laboratory, University of Washington.
2002 Reviewer for USDA Small Business Innovation Research Program; ICES Journal of marine Research; National Science Foundation - Biological Oceanography Program.
2002 Organizer and co-chair of workshop entitled, "Characteristics and Causes of Mesopelagic Backscatter: Planning Meeting." Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, Hawaii.
2001- Organizer of AFSC-UW Summer Internship Program, NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington.
2001 Recruitment, Admissions, and Scholarship Committee; Quantitative Committee, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington.
2001 Reviewer for USDA Small Business Innovation Research Program; Research Council of Norway; ICES Journal of marine Research; Fisheries Oceanography
2000 University of Washington representative to North Pacific Universities Marine Mammal Research Consortium Science Committee.

2000

Reviewer for USDA Small Business Innovation Research Program; Journal of the Acoustical Society of America; IEEE Journal of Oeanic Engineering.
1999  Reviewer for US National Science Foundation – Ocean Sciences Program; USDA Small Business Innovation Research Program.
1999   Reviewer for ICES Journal of marine Science.
1999  Organizer and co-chair of symposium entitled, "Theoretical and Empirical Innovations in Fish and Plankton Acoustics." Acoustical Society of America/European Acoustical Society joint meeting Berlin, Germany.
1999  Organizer and co-chair of workshop entitled, "Great Lakes Acoustic Workshop III: Acoustic size and assessment." Great Lakes Fisheries Commission, Cornell University Field Station Shackelton Point.
1998 Organizer and co-chair of special session entitled, "Spatial Statistics in the Great Lakes -- quantifying distribution patterns." Organizer and co-chair of workshop entitled, "Great Lakes Acoustic Workshop II." International Association of Great Lakes Research annual meeting, McMaster University, Ontario.
1998 Reviewer for US National Science Foundation, Biological Oceanography and Ocean Sciences Programs; US Environmental Protection Agency, Great Lakes Program.
1997 Reviewer for National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs; Journal of the Acoustical Society of America; Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing Journal.
1997 Organizer and co-chair of workshop entitled, "Great Lakes Acoustic Workshop." International Association of Great Lakes Research, SUNY Buffalo State College, New York.
1996-1997 Reviewer for "Fundamentals of Acoustical Oceanography" by H. Medwin and C.S. Clay. 
1996  Organizer and co-chair of workshop entitled, "Spatiotemporal dynamics: analysis of spatially and temporally indexed data from aquatic ecosystems." US Department of National Defense, University Research Initiative Program, Cornell University, New York.
1996 Organizer and co-chair of special session entitled "Spatial Pattern and Process in Aquatic Environments." ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Diego, California. 
1996 Reviewer for Deep-Sea Research. 
1995 Reviewer for Marine Ecology Progress Series, Deep-Sea Research.
1995 Reviewer for NOAA/NMFS Saltonstall-Kennedy Research Grant Program. 
1995-1996 Member of Great Lakes Center Education Committee. 
1994-1997 Member of Great Lakes Center Research Committee. 
1994 Reviewer for "Fisheries Acoustics" by S.B. Brandt. 
1993 Reviewer for "Quantitative Ecology: spatial and temporal scaling" by D.C. Schneider.
1991 Reviewer for Maine Sea Grant College Program. 

Society Memberships

Acoustical Society of America
American Society of Limnology and Oceanography
  Fisheries Society of the British Isles 

Teaching

2007 FISH 497 – Hydroacoustics. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2007 FISH 507 -- Marine BioAcoustics. University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories.
2006 BioAcoustic Oceanography: Theory and Practice of Fisheries Acoustics.  University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and SonarData. Hobart, Australia.
2005 FISH 497 -- BioAcoustical Oceanography. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2005 FISH 507 -- Marine BioAcoustics. University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories.
2003 FISH 497 – BioAcoustical Oceanography. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2003 FISH 210 – Techniques in Fisheries, Fisheries Acoustics. Invited module. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2003 OCEAN 578 – Marine BioAcoustics. University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories.
2002 FISH 457 -- Methods of Resource Assessment: "Tackling the Sonar Equation." "Acoustic Signal Processing: Target Counting, Echo Integration." ; Invited lectures. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2001 FISH 497 - Fisheries Acoustics: Principlies and Applications. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2001 FISH 312 - Fish Ecology: Cod and Capelin in the Northwest Atlantic, Ecosystem Management That Ignored the Signals. Invited lecture. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2000 FISH 497 - Fisheries Acoustics Seminar. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2000  Biological and Physical Influences on Nekton Distributions. Department of Ecology and Evolution workshop. University of California-Irvine.
1999  Great Lakes Acoustic Workshop III: Acoustic size and assessment. Great Lakes Fisheries Commission, Cornell University Field Station Shackelton Point, NY.
1998 Great Lakes Acoustic Workshop II. In association with the International Association of Great Lakes Research 41st Annual Conference. McMaster University.
1997  Great Lakes Acoustic Workshop. In association with the International Association of Great Lakes Research 40th Annual Conference. SUNY College at Buffalo State.
1997  Underwater Acoustics for Fisheries Managers. Great Lakes Center, SUNY College at Buffalo State.
1996  Physics 594 - Underwater Acoustics: Principles and Applications. SUNY College at Buffalo State.
1996  Scale-Dependent Variability in Spatial Pattern and Process. Department of Ecology and Evolution workshop. University of California-Irvine.

Student Supervision

2008- Supervisor for Elizabeth Atwood, MSc. candidate, University of Washington, QERM & School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
2008 Supervisor for Sean Luis, summer internship. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2007 Supervisor for Marissa Smith, summer internship. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2007 Supervisor for Ben Frable, summer internship. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2007-2008 Supervisor for Sean Walters, summer internship and senior capstone project. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2007 Supervisor for Chantel Wetzel, summer internship. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2007-2008 Supervisor for Ben Frable, senior capstone project. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
2007-2008 Supervisor for Mariko Langness, senior capstone project. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2006- Supervisor and host for Alejandra Lafon, Visiting Scholar program, University Austral de Chile, Centro Trapanands, Chile.
2006- Supervisor for Kresimir Williams, PhD. candidate. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2006- Supervisor for Cairistiona I. H. Anderson, PostDoctoral Fellow. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2006 Supervisor and host for Karl Gjelland, Visiting Scholar program, University of Tromsř, Norway.
2005- Supervisor for Sandra L. Parker-Stetter, PostDoctoral Fellow. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2005- Supervisor for Patrick Adam, MSc. candidate. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2005- Supervisory Committee Member for Allan Hicks, Ph.D. candidate. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2005 Supervisor and host for Cecile Broms Ĺrnes, Visiting Scholar program, University of Oslo, Norway.
2005 Supervisor for Ryan Barr, summer internship. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2004-2005 Supervisor for Brian Moore, senior capstone project. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
2004- Supervisor for Steven Barbeaux, PhD. candidate. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2004-2007 Supervisor for Carolina Parada, PostDoctoral Fellow. Univeristy of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences (supervised jointly with Sarah Hinckley, Alaska Fishery Science Center).
2004 Supervisor for Kathryn Sweeney, summer internship. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2004 Supervisor for Robyn Redekopp, summer internship. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2004 Supervisor for Teresa Jewell, summer internship. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2004 Supervisor for Ryan Barr, summer internship. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2003-2004 Supervisor for Kirstin Marshall, MSc. candidate. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2003 Supervisor for G. Andrew Whitehouse, summer internship and senior capstone project. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2003 Supervisor for John Hargrove, summer internship. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2002-2003 Supervisor for Guenevre Jones, PhD. candidate. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2002-2005 Supervisor for Mark Henderson, MSc. candidate. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2002 Supervisor for Sivia Kwan, summer internship. University of Washington, Department of Applied Math, Applied and Computational Mathematical Sciences Program.
2002 Supervisor for Peter Geisen, summer internship. Saint Louis University, Parks College of Engineering and Aviation, Biomedical Engineering Program.
2001-2004 Supervisor for Stephane Gauthier, PostDoctoral Fellow. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2001-2008 Supervisor for Julian Burgos, PhD. candidate. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2001-2007 Supervisor for Patrick Nealson, MSc. candidate. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2001-2005 Supervisory Committee Member for Andreas Winter, Ph.D. candidate. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
2001 Supervisor for Maria Ruud, summer internship. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2001 Supervisor for Kimberly Genther, summer internship. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
2000-2003 Supervisor for Elliott Hazen, MSc. candidate. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
1999-2004 Supervisory Committee Member for Suzann Speckman, Ph.D. University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
1996-1999  Supervisory Committee Member for Lian Zhou, MSc. candidate. SUNY College at Buffalo State.
1996-1998 Supervisory Committee Member for Darryl Hondorp, MSc. candidate. SUNY College at Buffalo State. 
1996-1997   Supervisory Committee Member for Denis Roy, MSc. candidate. SUNY College at Buffalo State. 
1995-1997  Supervisory Committee Member for Maria Terra, MSc. candidate. SUNY College at Buffalo State. 
1993-1996   Supervisory Committee Member for Fernanda Marques, MSc. Memorial University of Newfoundland. 
1992-1993   Biology 7220 - Quantitative Methods in Ecology, Teaching assistant. Memorial University of Newfoundland. 
1992-1993   Supervisory Committee Member for Danny Ings, BSc. Honour's. Memorial University of Newfoundland. 
1991-1992   Biology 100 - Introductory Biology, Teaching assistant. Memorial University of Newfoundland. 
1985-1987   Biology 3070 - Physiology of Marine Animals, Teaching assistant. Dalhousie University. 
1984-1985   Biology 1000 - Introductory Biology, Teaching assistant. Dalhousie University. 

Publications

2008 Churnside, J., Brodeur, R., Horne, J.K., Adam, P., Benoit-Bird, K.J., Reese, D.C., Kaltenberg, A.M., Brown, E. “Combining techniques for remotely assessing pelagic nekton: Getting the whole picture” Edited Conference Proceedings of The American Institute of Fishery Research Biologists, (in press).
2008 Horne, J.K. Acoustic ontogeny of teleost fish. (doi:10.1111/j.1095-8649.2008.02024.x) Journal of Fish Biology 73: 1444-1463.
2008

Gregg, M.C. and J.K. Horne. Turbulence, acoustic backscatter, and pelagic nekton in Monterey Bay. Journal of Physical Oceanography (in press).

2008 Parker-Stetter, S.L. and J.K. Horne. Nekton distribution and midwater hypoxia: a diel, seasonal prey refuge? Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science (in press).
2008 Burgos, J.M. and J.K. Horne. Acoustic characterization and classification of pelagic organism distributions. (doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsn087) ICES Journal of Marine Science 65: 1235-1247.
2008 Henderson, M.J., Horne, J.K. and R.H. Towler. The influence of beam position and swimming direction on fish target strength. (DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsm190) ICES Journal of Marine Science 65: 226-237.
2008

Sutton, T.T., F.M. Porteiro, M. Heino, I. Byrkjedal, G. Langhelle, C.I.H. Anderson, J.K. Horne, H. Søiland, T. Falkenhaug, O.R. Godø, and O.A. Bergstad. Vertical structure, biomass and topographic association of deep-pelagic fishes in relation to a mid-ocean ridge system. Deep Sea Research II 55: 161-184.

2008 Skov, H., T. Gunnlaugsson, W.P. Budgell, J.K. Horne, L. Nøttestad, E. Olsen, H. Søiland, G. Víkingsson, and G. Waring. Small-scale spatial variability of sperm and sei whales in relation to oceanographic and topographic features along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Deep Sea Research II 55: 254-268.
2007 Burwen, D.L., P.A. Nealson, S.J. Fleischman, T.J. Mulligan, and J.K. Horne. Complexity of narrowband echo-envelopes as a function of fish orientation. (DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsm074) ICES Journal of Marine Science 64: 1066-1074.
2007 Henderson, M.J. and J.K. Horne. Comparison of in situ, ex situ, and backscatter model estimates of Pacific hake (Merluccius productus) target strength. (DOI: 10.1139/F07-134) Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 64: 1781-1794.
2007 Anderson, C.I.H., J.K. Horne, and J. Boyle. Applying a robust probabilistic classification technique to multi-frequency fisheries acoustics data. (DOI: 10.1121/1.2731016) Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 121: EL230-EL237.
2007 Burgos, J.M. and J.K. Horne. Sensitivity analysis and parameter selection for detecting aggregations in acoustic data. ICES Journal of Marine Science 64: 160-168.
2005 Horne, J.K. and P.D. Walline. Spatial and temporal variance of walleye pollock in the Eastern Bering Sea. Canadian Journal of Aquatic and Fishery Science (in press).
2005 Horne, J.K. Utilizing advance technology to characterize an unknown pelagic ecosystem. In Proceedings of Underwater Acoustic Measurements: Technologies & Results. Heraklion, Crete.
2005 Horne, J.K. Fisheries and marine mammal opportunities in ocean observatories. In Proceedings of Underwater Acoustic Measurements: Technologies & Results. Herkalion, Crete.
2004 Gauthier, S. and J.K. Horne. Acoustic characteristics of forage fish species in the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea. Canadian Journal of Aquatic and Fishery Science 61: 1839-1850.
2004 Gauthier, S. and J.K. Horne. Potential acoustic discrimination of boreal fish assemblages. ICES Journal of Marine Science 61: 836-845.
2004 Hazen, E.L. and J.K. Horne. Comparing modeled and measured target strength variability of walleye pollock, Theragra chalcogramma. ICES Journal of Marine Science 61: 363-377.
2004 Au, W.L., J.K.B. Ford, J.K. Horne, and K.A. Allman. Echolocation signals of free-ranging killer whales (Orcinus orca) and modeling of foraging for chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 115: 901-909.
2003 Horne, J.K. Influence of ontogeny, physiology, and behaviour on target strength of Walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma). ICES Journal of Marine Science 60: 1063-1074.
2003 Towler, R.L., J.M. Jech, and J.K. Horne. Visualizing fish movement, behaviour, and acoustic backscatter. Aquatic Living Resources 16: 277-282.
2003 Hazen, E.L. and J.K. Horne. A method for evaluating effects of biological factors on fish target strength. ICES Journal of Marine Science 60: 555-562.
2003 Kloser, R.J. and J.K. Horne. Characterizing uncertainty in target strength measurements of a deepwater fish: orange roughy (Hoplostethus atlanticus). ICES Journal of Marine Science 60: 516-523.
2003 Hale, R.S., J.K. Horne, D.J. Degan, and E.L. Conners. Using acoustics to estimate paddlefish Polyodon spathula abundance. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 132: 746-758.
2002 Jech, J.M. and J.K. Horne. Three-dimensional visualization of fish morphometry and acoustic backscatter. Acoustic Research Letters Online 3: 35-40.
2001  Smith, P.E., J.K. Horne, and D.C. Schneider. Life history strategies of anchovy, sardine, and hake in the California Current: comparison of spatial dynamics of the pre-recruit stages. ICES Journal of marine Science 58: 1063-1071. 
2001 Jech, J.M. and J.K. Horne. Effects of in situ target spatial distributions on acoustic density estimates. ICES Journal of marine Science 58: 123-136.
2000   Horne, J.K., P.D. Walline, and J.M. Jech. Comparing acoustic model predictions to in situ backscatter measurements of fish with dual-chambered swimbladders. Journal of Fish Biology 57: 1105-1121.
2000  Horne, J.K. Acoustic approaches to remote species identification: an introductory review. Fisheries Oceanography 9: 356-371. 
1999  Horne, J.K., P.E. Smith, and D.C. Schneider. Comparative examination of scale-explicit biological and physical processes: recruitment of Pacific hake. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56: 1-10. 
1999  Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Multi-frequency estimates of fish abundance: constraints of rather high frequencies. ICES Journal of marine Science 56: 184-199. 
1998 Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Quantifying intra-species variation in acoustic backscatter models. In Proceedings of the 135th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Seattle, 20-26 August 1998. pp. 1821-1822. 
1998  Jech, J.M. and J.K. Horne. Sensitivity of acoustic scattering models to fish morphometry. In Proceedings of the 135th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Seattle, 20-26 August 1998. pp. 1819-1820. 
1998 Horne, J.K. and C.S. Clay. Sonar systems and aquatic organisms: matching equipment and model parameters. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55: 1296-1306. 
1997 Horne, J.K. and P.E. Smith. Space and time scales in Pacific hake recruitment processes: Latitudinal variation over annual cycles. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports 38: 90-102. 
1997 Horne, J.K. and D.C. Schneider. Spatial variance of mobile marine organisms: capelin and cod in Newfoundland coastal waters. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London B 352: 633-642. 
1997 Ings, D.W., J.K. Horne, and D.C. Schneider. Influence of episodic upwelling on capelin (Mallotus villosus) and Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) catches in Newfoundland coastal waters. Fisheries Oceanography 6: 41-48. 
1996 Horne, J.K., J.M. Jech, and S.B. Brandt. Spatial modeling of aquatic habitat from a fish's perspective. Proceedings of the Third International Conference/Workshop on Integrating Geographic Information Systems and Environmental Modeling. Santa Barbara: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis.
1995 Horne, J.K. and D.C. Schneider. Spatial variance in ecology. Oikos 74: 18-26. 
1994 Horne, J.K. and D.C. Schneider. Lack of spatial coherence of predators with prey: a bioenergetic explanation for Atlantic cod feeding on capelin. Journal of Fish Biology 45 (Supplement A): 191-207. 
1994 Horne, J.K. Spatial variance of capelin (Mallotus villosus) in coastal Newfoundland waters. Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 17: 33-43. 
1994 Horne, J.K. and D.C. Schneider. Analysis of scale-dependent processes with dimensionless ratios. Oikos 70: 201-211. 
1994 Clay, C.S. and J.K. Horne. Acoustic models of fish: the Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 96: 1661-1668.
1994 Stobo, W.T. and J.K. Horne. Tag loss in grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) and potential effects on population estimates. Canadian Journal of Zoology 72: 555-561. 
1990 Stobo, W.T., B. Beck, and J.K. Horne. Seasonal movements of grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) in the northwest Atlantic, p. 199-213. In W.D. Bowen [ed.] Population biology of sealworm (Pseudoterranova decipiens) in relation to its intermediate and seal hosts. Canadian Bulletin of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 222. 
1989 Horne, J.K. and S.E. Campana. Environmental factors influencing the distribution of juvenile groundfish in nearshore habitats of Southwest Nova Scotia. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 46: 1277-1286.
1986  Horne, J.K. An evaluation of length-weight, meristic, morphometric, and electrophoretic techniques for stock discrimination of Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua L. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Marine Fish Division Technical Report 86/1, 62 p. 

Manuscripts Submitted

Adam, P.M., Horne, J.K., and J.H. Churnside. Temporal variability in acoustic and optical backscatter measurements:  implications for survey design. ICES Journal of Marine Science.

Horne, J.K., Sawada, K., Abe, K., Kreisberg, R., Barbee, D., and Sadayasu, K Swimbladders under pressure: anatomical and acoustic responses by walleye pollock. ICES Journal of Marine Science.

Parker-Stetter, S.L., Horne, J.K., and M.M. Langness. Nekton distribution and midwater hypoxia in a temperate fjord. ICES Journal of Marine Science.

Parada, C., Hinckley, S., Horne, J., Dorn, M., Hermann, A., and B. Megrey. Comparing simulated walleye pollock recruitment indices to data and stock assessment models from the Gulf of Alaska. Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Speckman, S.G., J.K. Horne, and J.F. Piatt. Spatially variable densities of forage fish aggregations in an Alaskan subarctic estuary. Fisheries Oceanography.

Book Chapters

2008 Rudstam, L.G., J.M. Jech, S.L. Parker Stetter, J.K. Horne, P.J. Sullivan, and D.M. Mason. Fisheries Acoustics in A.V. Zale, D.L. Parrish, and T.M. Sutton, editors. Fisheries Techniques 3rd edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland (accepted).
2005 Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Models, measures, and visualizations of fish backscatter. In H. Medwin [ed.]. Sounds in the Seas: From Ocean Acoustics to Acoustical Oceanography. pp. 374-397. Academic, New York.
2003 Kracker, L.M., L. Zhou, J.M. Jech, J.K. Horne, J.A. Tyler, and S.B. Brandt. Spatial and temporal structure in fish distributions: a Lake Ontario case study. In M. Munawar [ed.], The State of Lake Ontario: Past, Present, and Future. pp. 385-406. Ecovision World Monograph Series, Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management Society.

Book Reviews

2007 Horne, J.K. “Fisheries Acoustics: Theory and Practice 2nd edition”. E.J. Simmonds and D.N. MacLennan. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. (in press).
1999 Horne, J.K. "Animals Groups in Three Dimensions" J.K. Parrish and W.M. Hamner (eds.) xvii 378 pp. Journal of Fish Biology 54: 1343-1334.
1999 Horne, J.K. "Ecological Scale: Theory and Applications" D.L. Peterson and V.T. Parker (eds.) xvii 615 pp. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 14: 500. 

Reports

2008 Horne, J.K., C.D. Jones, and M.A. Wolfson. Development of Mid-Frequency Multibeam Sonar for Fisheries Application.  ONR – Ocean Battlespace Sensing FY 2008 Annual Report, 7 pp.
2007

Horne, J.K., C.D. Jones, and M.A. Wolfson. Development of Mid-Frequency Multibeam Sonar for Fisheries Application.  ONR – Ocean Battlespace Sensing FY 2007 Annual Report, 7 pp.

2007 Horne, J.K. Report of the Study Group on Target Strength Estimation in the Baltic Sea (SGTSEB), 30 March 2006, Hobart, Australia. ICES CM 2006/FTC:08. 13 pp.
2007 Parada, C., Hinckley, S., Dorn, M., Hermann, A., Horne, J., Megrey, B. Walleye Pollock Recruitment and Stock Structure in the Gulf of Alaska: An investigation using a suite of biophysical and individual-based models. NPRB Progress report.
2006 Horne, J.K., C.D. Jones, and M.A. Wolfson. Development of Mid-Frequency Multibeam Sonar for Fisheries Application.  ONR – Ocean Battlespace Sensing FY 2006 Annual Report, 7 pp.
2006

Horne, J.K. Improving and Developing Predictive Backscatter Models of Fish.  ONR – Ocean Battlespace Sensing FY 2006 Annual Report, 7 pp.

2006 Parada, C., Hinckley, S., Dorn, M., Hermann, A., Horne, J., Megrey, B. Walleye Pollock Recruitment and Stock Structure in the Gulf of Alaska: An investigation using a suite of biophysical and individual-based models. North Pacific Research Board Progress Report.
2006 Sigler, M.F., M.C. Benfield, E.D. Brown, J.H. Churnside, N. Hillgruber, J.K. Horne, and S. Parker-Stetter.  Survey Strategies for Assessment of Bering Sea Forage Species. North Pacific Research Board Final Report, 137 pp.
2005 Horne, J.K. New Methods for detection of fish populations or mapping fish habitat.  ONR – Ocean, Atmosphere, and Space FY 2004 Annual Report, 5 pp.
2005 Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Integrating models, measures, and visualizations of acoustic backscatter.  ONR – Ocean, Atmosphere, and Space FY 2004 Annual Report, 7 pp.
2004 Horne, J.K. and S. Gauthier. Potential Prey of Killer Whales in Puget Sound: A Pilot Study. Northwest Fisheries Science Center. Seattle, Washington. 42 pp.
2004 Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Integrating models, measures, and visualizations of acoustic backscatter. ONR – Ocean, Atmosphere, and Space FY 2003 Annual Report, 7 pp.
2003 Horne, J.K. and S. Moore. Science Working Group Reports: Fisheries and Marine Mammals, pp. 19-25 In Howe, B.M., A.M. Baptista, J.A. Barth, E.E. Davis, J.K. Horne, S.K. Juniper, R.M. Letelier, S.E. Moore, J.D. Parsons, D.R. Toomey, A.M. Tréhu, M.E. Torres, and N.L. Penrose, 2003. Science Planning for the NEPTUNE Regional Cabled Observatory in the Northeast Pacific Ocean: Report of the NEPTUNE Pacific Northwest Workshop, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, 72 pp.
2003 Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Improving and developing predictive backscatter models of fish. ONR – Ocean, Atmosphere, and Space FY 2003 Annual Report, 7 pp.
2002 Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Integrating models, measures, and visualizations of acoustic backscatter. ONR - Ocean, Atmosphere, and Space FY 2001 Annual Report, 7 pp.
2002 Arrhenius, F. et al. Report of the Study Group on Target Strength Estimation in the Baltic Sea. ICES CM 2002/B:02 pp. 14.
2001 Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Integrating models, measures, and visualizations of acoustic backscatter. ONR - Ocean, Atmosphere, and Space FY 2000 Annual Report, 6 pp.
2001 Arrhenius, F. et al. Report of the Study Group on Target Strength Estimation in the Baltic Sea. ICES CM 2001/B:02 pp. 14.
2000 Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Integrating models, measures, and visualizations of acosutic backscatter. ONR - Ocean, Atmosphere, and Space FY 99 Annual Report, 6 pp.
1999 Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Modeling and measuring fish backscatter from fish aggregations. ONR - Ocean, Atmosphere, and Space FY 98 Annual Report, 6 pp.
1999 Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Modeling and measuring fish backscatter at multiple frequencies. ONR - Ocean, Atmosphere, and Space FY 98 Annual Report, 6 pp.
1999  Rudstam, L, J. Horne, and G. Fleischer. Report from the Great Lakes Acoustic Workshop III: Translation of acoustic data to fish abundance (and standardization of acoustic methods for the Great Lakes Region). Great Lakes Fishery Commission. 12 pp.
1999  Haro, A., J. Horne, D. Degan, B. Kulik, and J. Boubee. An Investigtion of the Feasibility of Employing Hydroacoustic Monitoring as a Means to Detect the Presence and Movement of Large, Adult Eels (Genus Anguilla). CARFC Internal Report No. 99-01.
1998 Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Modeling and measuring fish backscatter at multiple frequencies. ONR - Ocean, Atmosphere, and Space FY 97 Annual Report, 7 pp.
1997  Pothoven, S., S.B. Brandt, J.M. Jech, and J.K. Horne. Fish Abundance, Size, and Species Composition: Kent Island Site #104. A Report to Maryland Environmental Service. Great Lakes Center, SUNY College at Buffalo State, 115 p. 
1996  Terra, M. and J.K. Horne. Spatially-Explicit Bioenergetic Modeling of Fish Growth Potential: User Guide and Software Manual. Great Lakes Center, SUNY College at Buffalo State, 121 p. 
1990 Horne, J.K. Logistics of running an aerial survey on Sable Island. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Marine Fish Division Internal Report, 14 p. 
1990  Horne, J.K. Sable Island field supply manual. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Marine Fish Division Internal Report, 7 p. 
1988  Horne, J.K. Geographic and seasonal distribution of age 0+ haddock in NAFO Division 4X. Department of Supply and Services Canada. Contract no. FP245-7-0322/01-OSC, 46 p. 
1987 Horne, J.K. Spatial and temporal distribution of juvenile groundfish in Cheezetcook Inlet. P. Lane and Associates. Contract report, 22 p. 
1984  Horne, J.K. Predicting beach closures as a result of daily precipitation levels: A case study of First Lake, Halifax County. Nova Scotia Department of Environment. Bedford, Nova Scotia. 
1984  Horne, J.K. Second phase of the 4X small dragger Observer Program: summary report of fishing strategies. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Marine Fish Division Internal Report, 14 p. 
1984 Horne, J.K. 4X small dragger Observer Program: summary report of fishing strategies. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Marine Fish Division Internal Report, 12 p. 
1984  Horne, J.K. Length-weight relationships for cod (Gadus morhua), haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus), and pollock (Pollachius virens) on the Scotian Shelf in 1982. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Marine Fish Division Internal Report, 10 p. 
1983 Horne, J.K. Length-weight edit of International Observer data base. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Marine Fish Division Internal Report, 10 p. 

Presentations

2008 Horne, J.K. Using sound as a sensor: Ecological applications of fisheries acoustics. Invited lecture. Duke University Marine Laboratory. Beaufort, North Carolina.
2008 Horne, J.K. Virtues and vagaries of target strength.  Invited lecture. ICES Symposium on the Ecosystem Approach with Fisheries Acoustics and Complementary Technologies. Bergen, Norway.
2008 Anderson, C.I.H., J.K. Horne, and T.T. Sutton. Interpreting the spatial distribution of bathypelagic nekton along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. ICES Symposium on the Ecosystem Approach with Fisheries Acoustics and Complementary Technologies. Bergen, Norway.
2008 Horne, J.K., K. Sawada, K. Abe, R. Kreisberg, D. Barbee, and K. Sadayasu. Swimbladders under pressure: Anatomical and acoustic response by walleye pollock. ICES Symposium on the Ecosystem Approach with Fisheries Acoustics and Complementary Technologies. Bergen, Norway.
2008 Nealson, P.N., J.K. Horne, D.L. Burwen, and S.V. Johnston. Effects of echosounder sampling parameters on salmon species discrimination using time-based metrics. ICES Symposium on the Ecosystem Approach with Fisheries Acoustics and Complementary Technologies. Bergen, Norway.
2008 Adam, P.M., J.K. Horne, and J.H. Churnside. Temporal variability in acoustic and optical backscatter measurements: implications for survey design. ICES Symposium on the Ecosystem Approach with Fisheries Acoustics and Complementary Technologies. Bergen, Norway.
2008 Parker-Stetter, S.L., J.K. Horne, and M.M. Langness. Nekton distribution and midwater hypoxia in a temperate fjord. ICES Symposium on the Ecosystem Approach with Fisheries Acoustics and Complementary Technologies. Bergen, Norway.
2008 Horne, J.K. Classifying acoustic backscatter from the deep sea. Invited lecture. University of Austral/Institute of Fisheries Investigations. Conception, Chile.
2008 Horne, J.K. Principles and applications of acoustic backscatter modeling. Invited lecture. University of Austral/Institute of Fisheries Investigations. Conception, Chile.
2008 Sutton, T.T., F.M. Porteiro, C.I.H. Anderson, and J.K. Horne. 2008. Deep-pelagic fish interactions with seamounts and mid-ocean ridges. Invited lecture. Symposium on Zonal Research Capacities to Evaluate Ecology and Status of Seamounts in Northwest Atlantic Waters. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
2008 Clay, C.S., Horne, J.K., and J.M. Jech. Kirchhoff ray-mode model. Invited lecture. Acoustic Backscatter Modeling Workshop. Friday Harbor, Washington.
2007 Horne, J.K. Anatomical and acoustics responses by swimbladdered fish to pressure changes. Invited lecture. Office of Naval Research Fish Acoustics Science Review. Plymouth, Massachusetts.
2007 Burgos, J.M. and J.K. Horne. Characterizing and classifying spatial distributions of nekton. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Dublin, Ireland.
2007 Anderson, C.I.H., Horne, J.K., and J. Boyle. Challenges associated with applying probabilistic classification to multi-frequency acoustic data. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Dublin, Ireland.
2007 Horne, J.K. Characterizing distributions, dynamics, and acoustic backscatter of pelagic fish. NOAA NMFS Midwater Assessment and Conservation Engineering meeting. Seattle, Washington.
2007 Horne, J.K., C.D. Jones, and M.A. Wolfson. Development of mid-frequency multibeam sonar for fisheries applications. Workshop on long-range, low frequency acoustic fish detection. Halifax, Canada
2007 Parada, C., Hinckley, S., Horne, J., Hermann, A., Megrey, B., Dorn, M. Hindcasting walleye pollock recruitment and examining pollock stock structure in the Gulf of Alaska using a biophysical model. Marine Science Symposium. Anchorage, Alaska.
2006 Horne, J.K., C.I.H. Anderson, O.R. Godoe, and R. Patel. Probing the deep: acoustic characterization of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge ecosystem. 4th Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of Japan. Honolulu, Hawaii.
2006 Horne, J.K., D. Barbee, K. Sawada, K. Abe, K. Sadayasu, and Y. Takao. Swimbladders under pressure: Anatomical and acoustic responses by walleye pollock. 4th Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of Japan. Honolulu, Hawaii.
2006 Burgos, J.M., and J.K. Horne. Riding the wave: Scale-dependent descriptions of walleye pollock distributions. 4th Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of Japan. Honolulu, Hawaii.
2006 Parker-Stetter, S., J.K. Horne, and J.H. Churnside. Acoustic and optic characterization of forage fish in the Bering Sea. 4th Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of Japan. Honolulu, Hawaii.
2006 Horne, J.K. Acoustic species identification: when biology collides with physics. Invited lecture. 9th Western Pacific Acoustics Conference (WESPAC IX). Seoul, Korea.
2006 Hwang, D.J., S. Kim, S. Jung, I. Choi, J. Horne, S. Parker Stetter, Y. Kim. Comparison of geostatistic and traditional acoustics estimates of anchovy biomass in Tongyoung fishing grounds. 9th Western Pacific Acoustics Conference (WESPAC IX). Seoul, Korea.
2006 Horne, J.K. Acoustic species identification: when biology collides with physics. Medwin Prize invited lecture. 151st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Providence, Rhode Island.
2006 Parker Stetter, S., M. Benfield, E. Brown, J. Churnside, N. Hillgruber, J. Horne, S. Johnson, C. Kenaley, M. Sigler, J. Thedinga, and J. Vollenweider. Survey strategies for assessment of Bering Sea forage species. Marine Science Symposium. Anchorage, Alaska.
2006 Horne, J.K., C.I.H. Anderson, and J. Boyle. Objective Classification of Multifrequency Backscatter. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Hobart, Australia.
2006 Horne, J.K., K. Sawada, K. Abe, D. Barbee, and Y. Takao. Swimbladders Under Pressure: Anatomical and Acoustic Responses by Walleye Pollock.  ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting.  Hobart, Australia.
2006 Kaltenberg, A.M., K.J. Benoit-Bird, R.D. Brodeur, E.D. Brown, J.K. Horne, and J.H. Churnside. A Study of Sardines in the NE Pacific Using Multiple Platforms and Technologies. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Ocean Sciences Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii.
2006 Horne, J.K., J.H. Churnside, and P.M. Adam. Potential Integration of Acoustic and LIDAR Backscatter Data. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Ocean Sciences Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii.
2005 Horne, J.K. Seeing sound: visualizing acoustic backscatter from fish. ICES Annual Science Conference. Aberdeen, Scotland.
2005 Burgos, J.M. and J.K. Horne. Characterizing the spatial distribution of a semi-demersal gadoid. ICES Annual Science Conference. Aberdeen, Scotland.
2005 Barbeaux, S.J., M. Dorn, J. Ianelli, and J.K. Horne. Visualizing Alaskan polock (Theragra chalcogramma) aggregation dynamics. ICES Annual Science Conference. Aberdeen, Scotland.
2005 Horne, J.K. What’s for dinner? A southern resident killer whale perspective. Invited lecture. Friday Harbor Laboratories. Friday Harbor, Washington.
2005 Horne, J.K. Utilizing advanced technology to characterize an unknown pelagic ecosystem. Underwater Acoustic Measurements: Technologies & Results. Heraklion, Crete.
2005 Horne, J.K. Fisheries and marine mammal opportunities in ocean observatories. Underwater Acoustic Measurements: Technologies & Results. Heraklion, Crete.
2005 Nelson, P.A., J.K. Horne, and D.L. Burwen. Echo characteristics of two salmon species. 149th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Vancouver, Canada.
2005 Horne, J.K. Acoustic ontogeny of teleost fish: Donaldson trout (Onchorhynchus mykiss). ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Rome, Italy.
2005 Henderson, M.J., J.K. Horne, and R.H. Towler. Influences of fish orientation on target strength: it’s not just tilt. Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Rome, Italy.
2005 Horne, J.K. Potential Prey of Killer Whales in Puget Sound: A Pilot Study. Invited lecture. Monster Jam Seminar, Northwest Fisheries Science Center. Seattle, Washington.
2005 Speckman, S.G., J.K. Horne, and J.F. Piatt. Spatially variable densities of forage fish aggregations in an Alaskan subarctic estuary. Annual Meeting of the Pacific Seabird Group. Portland, Oregon.
2004 Horne, J.K. When biology meets physics: fish as acoustic targets. Invited lecture. Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology. Tokyo, Japan.
2004 Horne, J.K. Applications of acoustic backscatter models. Invited lecture. Hokkaido University. Hokkaido, Japan.
2004 Horne, J.K. Fish as acoustic targets. Invited lecture. National Research Institute of Fisheries Engineering. Hasaki, Japan.
2004 Horne, J.K. Fisheries acoustics: Using sound to see. Orientation workshop for MarEco cruise participants. Bergen, Norway.
2004 Horne, J.K. Acoustic backscatter models of fish: Gradual or punctuated evolution? 147 th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. New York City, New York.
2004 Horne, J.K. Challenges and trends in acoustic species identification. Invited lecture. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Gdynia, Poland.
2004 Horne, J.K. Trials and tribulations of target strength. Invited lecture. Great Lakes Fisheries Commission Acoustic Working Group. Ann Arbor, Michigan.
2003 Horne, J.K. Integrating models, measures, and visualizations of acosutic backscatter. Invited lecture. Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology. Tokyo, Japan.
2003 Horne, J.K. Fish BioAcoustics Departmental Research Initiative. Invited lecture. Office of Naval Research. Arlington, Virginia.
2003 Horne, J.K. Integrating models, measures, and visualizations of acoustic backscatter. Invited lecture. Office of Naval Research, Progress Review – Northwest Region. Seattle, Washington.
2003 Horne, J.K., N.J. Williamson, and J.C. Sweet. Bimodal target strength distributions: fact or fiction? ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Bergen, Norway.
2003 Gauthier, S. and J.K. Horne. Acoustic characterization and differentiation of pelagic fish species in the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Bergen, Norway.
2003 Horne, J.K. Observing fish and mammals. Invited lecture. NEPTUNE Science Planning Workshop. Portland, Oregon.
2003 Horne, J.K. Bioacoustical ocean observatory thoughts. Invited lecture. Hawaiian Ocean Resources and Ecosystems Observatory Workshop. Keauhou, Hawaii.
2002 Horne, J.K. Acoustic backscatter of herring and sprat in the Baltic Sea. ICES Study Group on Baltic Herring. Sete, France.
2002 Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Incorporating variability in target strength conversions. ICES Symposium on Acoustics in Fisheries and Aquatic Ecology. Montpellier, France.
2002 Hazen, E.L. and J.K. Horne. A method for evaluating effects of biological factors on fish target strength. ICES Symposium on Acoustics in Fisheries and Aquatic Ecology. Montpellier, France.
2002 Kloser, R.J. and J.K. Horne. Characterizing target strength variability of deepwater fish. ICES Symposium on Acoustics in Fisheries and Aquatic Ecology. Montpellier, France.
2002 Gauthier, S. and J.K. Horne. Species-specific differences in acoustic properties of bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska forage fish. ICES Symposium on Acoustics in Fisheries and Aquatic Ecology. Montpellier, France.
2002 Towler, R.J., J.M. Jech and J.K. Horne. Visualizing fish movement, behavior, and acoustic backscatter. ICES Symposium on Acoustics in Fisheries and Aquatic Ecology. Montpellier, France.
2002 Swartzman, G.L., D.V. Holliday, J.M. Napp, K. Coyle, J. Horne, A. Winter, and R. Goddard. Estimating zooplankton size-class distributions from multi-frequency acoustic backscatter data using patch identification and inversion methods. ICES Symposium on Acoustics in Fisheries and Aquatic Ecology. Montpellier, France.
2002 Horne, J.K. and S. Gauthier. Acoustic Characterization of Steller Sea Lion Forage Species. NMFS Steller Sea Lion Principal Investigators Orientation and Coordination Meeting. Anchorage, Alaska.
2001 Horne, J.K., P.D. Walline and E.L. Hazen. Influence of mobile nekton on scale-dependent spatial variance. Esturarine Research Federation 16th Biennial Conference. St. Petersberg, Florida.
2001 Horne, J.K. and R.H. Towler. Sensitivity of Kirchhoff-ray mode backscatter predictions to c, g, and h parameter values. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Seattle, Washington.
2001 Walline, P.D., J.K. Horne, and E.L. Hazen. Characterizing variation in distributions of Bering Sea walleye pollock. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Seattle, Washington.
2001 Swartzman, G.L., D.V. Holliday, J.M. Napp, K. Coyle, J.K. Horne, A.G. Winter and J. Goddard. Using multi-frequency acoustic backscatter data to classify zooplankton patches by size/species groups. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Seattle, Washington.
2001 Horne, J.K. and R.H. Towler. Using backscatter models and visualization to examine fish behavior. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Seattle, Washington.
2001 Horne, J.K. Incorporating behavior and physiology in acoustic backscatter predictions of walleye pollock. Invited lecture. Hatfield Marine Science Center. Newport, Oregon.
2001 Horne, J.K. and G.L. Swartzman. The Neptune network: potential fisheries applications. Invited poster. The Oceanographic Society Biennial Scientific Meeting. Miami, Florida.
2000 Horne, J.K., M. Davis, R.H. Towler, and J.M. Jech. Incorporating behavior in backscatter model predictions of walleye pollock target strength. 140 th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Newport Beach, California.
2000 Simard, Y., J.K. Horne, D. Lavoie, and I. McQuinn. Capelin TS: effect of individual fish variability. 140 th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Newport Beach, California.
2000 Swartzman, G.L., D. Van Holliday, J.M. Napp, J.K. Horne, and A. Winter. Comparisons and evaluation of methods for distinguishing among several functional classes of zooplankton and fish using acoustic backscatter data at four frequencies. 140 th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Newport Beach, California.
2000 Hale, R.S., D.J. Degan and J.K. Horne. Potential applications of acoustics to estimate paddlefish abundance. Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society. St. Louis, Missouri.
2000 Horne, J.K. 2000. Quantifying Distributions and Dynamics of Aquatic Organisms. Invited lecture. University of Washington, School of Fisheries. Seattle, Washington.
2000  Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Incorporating behavior in target strength predictions of fish schools. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Haarlem, The Netherlands.
2000  Jech, J.M. and J.K. Horne. Three dimensional visualisation of fish morphometry and acoustic backscatter. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Haarlem, The Netherlands. 
2000  Misund, O.A., J. Dalen, M.J. Jech, J.K. Horne, and C. Kvamme. Sonar measurements of pilchard schools. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Haarlem, The Netherlands. 
2000  Simard, Y., J.K. Horne, and D. Lavoie. Capelin TS: when biology blurs physics. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. Haarlem, The Netherlands. 
2000  Jech, J.M. and J.K. Horne. Models and measurements of acoustic backscatter by individual and aggregations of fish. Invited lecture. Institute for Marine Research, Bergen Norway. 
1999  Horne, J.K. Use and abuse of acoustic backscatter models: Integrating theory and empiricism. Invited lecture. Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Institute Maurice-Lamontagne, Mont-Joli, Quebec. 
1999  Horne, J.K. An overview of acoustic backscatter models and applications to fisheries resource assessment. Invited lecture. Aquatic Ecology Laboratory, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 
1999  Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Modeling and measuring acoustic backscatter: Individuals to aggregations. Invited lecture. Office of Naval Research, Arlington, Virginia. 
1999  Horne, J.K. Quantifying distributions and dynamics of aquatic organisms. Invited lecture. Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Pacific Biological Station. Nanaimo, British Columbia. 
1999  Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Quantifying variability in fish backscatter: Integrating theory and empiricism. ICES Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology Working Group annual meeting. St. John’s, Newfoundland. 
1999  Horne, J.K., J.M. Jech, and P.D. Walline. Comparing predictions from backscatter models to in situ measurements of a dual-chamber, swimbladdered fish. 137th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Berlin, Germany. 
1999  Jech, J.M. and J.K. Horne. Multi-frequency measures and models of Lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) backscatter from Lake Michigan. 137th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Berlin, Germany. 
1999  Horne, J.K. Theoretical scattering models for predicting target strength and the choice of operating frequency: applications to alewife and smelt in the Great Lakes. Invited lecture. Great Lakes Acoustic Workshop III. Cornell Biological Field Station, Shackelton Point, New York. 
1998 Horne, J.K. Acoustic models, measures, and simulations of fish in the Great Lakes. Invited lecture. Simrad Fisheries Research, Freshwater Acoustic Meeting. Seattle, Washington. 
1998  Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Quantifying intra-species variation in acoustic backscatter models. 135 th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Seattle, Washington. 
1998 Jech, J.M. and J.K. Horne. Sensitivity of acoustic scattering models to fish morphometry. 135 th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Seattle, Washington. 
1998 Jech, J.M. and J.K. Horne. Quantifying variability in acoustic estimates of fish abundance: effects of distribution, length, and acoustic size estimation. International Association of Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) 41st Annual Meeting. Hamilton, Ontario. 
1998 Kracker, L.M., S.B. Brandt, J.K. Horne, and J.M. Jech. Applying a landscape ecology approach to large lake ecosystems. United States Regional Meeting of the International Association for Landscape Ecology. 13th Annual Conference - Applications of Landscape Ecology in Natural Resource Management. Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. 
1998 Zhou, L., S.B. Brandt, and J.K. Horne. Spatial and temporal variability of planktivore fish density: a hydroacoustic approach in Lake Ontario. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Ocean Sciences Meeting. San Diego, California. Abstract printed in EOS 79(1): 87. 
1997  Horne, J.K. and J.M. Jech. Modeling and measuring fish backscatter at multiple frequencies. Invited lecture. Department of Defense, Office of Naval Research. Arlington, Virginia. 
1997  Horne, J.K. Spatial variance of mobile aquatic organisms: capelin and cod in coastal Newfoundland waters. Invited lecture. Dissertations Initiative for the Advancement of Limnology and Oceanography (DIALOG) II Symposium. Bermuda Biological Station, Bermuda. 
1997  Horne, J.K. Scale-dependent pattern and process in aquatic ecosystems. Invited lecture. Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of British Columbia. Vancouver, British Columbia. 
1997  Horne, J.K. Spatial energetics of mobile predator-prey interactions. Invited lecture. Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of British Columbia. Vancouver, British Columbia. 
1997  Horne, J.K. Scale-explicit examination of Pacific hake recruitment. Invited lecture. Pacific Biological Station Invited Seminar Series. Nanaimo, British Columbia. 
1997  Horne, J.K., P.E. Smith, and D.C. Schneider. Comparative examination of scale-explicit biological and physical processes in aquatic environments: recruitment of Pacific hake. American Fisheries Society 127th Annual Meeting. Monterey, California. 
1997  Horne, J.K., J.A. Tyler, J.M. Jech, J. Luo, L. Zhou, B.R. Kerman, and S.B. Brandt. Spatial and Temporal Variability in Acoustic Data: A Comparison Using Lake Ontario Nekton. International Association of Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) 40th Annual Meeting. Buffalo, New York 
1997  Horne, J.K. Scale-Dependent Pattern and Process in Aquatic Ecosystems. Invited lecture. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 
1996  Horne, J.K. The History of Spatial and Temporal Analysis in Aquatic Ecology. Spatiotemporal dynamics: analysis of spatially and temporally indexed data from aquatic ecosystems workshop. Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. 
1996 Horne, J.K. and P.E. Smith. Space and Time Scales in Pacific Hake Recruitment Processes. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations (CalCOFI) 36th Annual Meeting. Asilomar, California. 
1996 Horne, J.K. Scale-Dependent Pattern and Process in Aquatic Ecosystems. Invited lecture. Scripps Institute of Oceanography, University of California-San Diego. La Jolla, California. 
1996 Kracker, L.M., J.K. Horne, and S.B. Brandt. Spatial Modeling of Fish Growth Rates: A 3-Dimensional View of Lake Ontario. 126th American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting. Dearborn, Michigan. 
1996 Horne, J.K. Incorporating Spatial Variance in Bioenergetic Models. Invited lecture. University of Buffalo. Buffalo, New York. 
1996 Horne, J.K. The use and abuse of spatial variance in aquatic ecology. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Ocean Sciences Meeting. San Diego, California. Abstract printed in EOS 76(3): 68 
1996 Horne, J.K., J.M. Jech, J. Luo, K.J. Hartman, and S.B. Brandt. Spatial modeling of aquatic habitat from a fish's perspective. Third International Conference Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling. Santa Fe, New Mexico. 
1995  Jech, J.M., J.K. Horne, and D. Schael. Sensitivity of the inverse problem to size-class selection. Acoustical Society of America, Annual Meeting. St. Louis, Missouri. Abstract printed in Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 98: 2901.
1995 Clay, C.S. and J.K. Horne. Analysis of rather high-frequency sound echoes from ensembles of fish. Acoustical Society of America, Annual Meeting. St. Louis, Missouri. Abstract printed in Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 98: 2880. 
1995  Marques, F., J.K. Horne, and J. Lien. Evaluating the influence of biological and physical processes on north Atlantic humpback whale distribution. NAFO/ICES Joint Symposium: The Role of Marine Mammals in the Ecosystem. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. 
1995  Horne, J.K. and D.C. Schneider. Spatial variance of mobile, marine organisms: capelin and cod in Newfoundland coastal waters. Ecological Society of America, Annual Meeting. Snowbird, Utah. Abstract printed in Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 76(2): 120. 
1994 Horne, J.K. and D.C. Schneider. Spatial coherence of predators with prey: cod and capelin in the southern Labrador Current. Fisheries Society of the British Isles: Predator-Prey Relationships in Fishes. Glasgow, Scotland. 
1994  Horne, J.K. and D.C. Schneider. Modeling physical-biological linkages: setting the stage with dimensionless ratios. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Ocean Sciences Meeting. San Diego, California. Abstract published in EOS 75(3): 75. 
1994 Horne, J.K. Analysis of scale-dependent processes: the example of capelin and cod in Newfoundland coastal waters. Invited seminar. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Pacific Biological Station. Nanaimo, British Columbia. 
1993 Horne, J.K. Spatial variability of two interacting fish species in Newfoundland coastal waters. Memorial University of Newfoundland, Ocean Sciences Centre Seminar Series. St. John's, Newfoundland. 
1992 Clay, C.S. and J.K. Horne. Acoustic models and target strengths of the Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Acoustical Society of America, 124th Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana. Abstract published in Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 92: 2350-2351. 
1992 Horne, J.K. and D.C. Schneider. The spatial dynamics of biomass in a fluid environment. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Aquatic Sciences Meeting. Santa Fe, New Mexico. 
1991 Horne, J.K. Small scale distribution of cod and capelin in relation to physical factors. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Northern Cod Science Program: Fisheries needs for physical oceanographic information in 2J3KL. St. John's, Newfoundland. 
1991 Horne, J.K. Physically mediated cod-capelin interactions in nearshore environments. Memorial University of Newfoundland, Department of Biology Seminar Series. St. John's, Newfoundland. 
1990 Horne, J.K. Anisotropic variation in capelin (Mallotus villosus) school abundance in nearshore waters of Newfoundland. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Northern Cod Science Program: USSR-Canada Capelin Symposium. St. John's, Newfoundland. 
 1988 Horne, J.K. and S.E. Campana. Environmental factors influencing the distribution of juvenile groundfish in nearshore habitats of southwest Nova Scotia. Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, 41st Annual Meeting. Ottawa, Ontario. 
1986 Horne, J.K. and S.E. Campana. Environmental factors influencing the distribution and abundance of juvenile groundfish in southwest Nova Scotia. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Marine Environment and Ecosystems Subcommittee. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. 
1985 Horne, J.K. An evaluation of length-weight, meristic, morphometric, and electrophoretic techniques for stock discrimination of Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua L. Atlantic Universities Undergraduate Biology Conference, 16th Annual Meeting. Truro, Nova Scotia. 

Additional Conferences and Workshops Attended

2007 MarEco Project Workshop. Rekyavik, Iceland.
2006 National Undersea Research Program, AUV workshop.  Monterey, California.
2006 NSF ORION Science and Technology Committee workshop. Washington, D.C.
2006 MarEco Acoustic Data Analysis Workshop. Bergen, Norway.
2005 NSF ORION Science and Technology Committee workshop. Washington, D.C.
2005 ICES Study Group on the Collection of Acoustic Data from Fishing Vessels. Rome, Italy.
2004 The Pacific Northwest Initiative. Puget Sound/Georgia Basin/Strait of Juan de Fuca and Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Initiative for Underwater Research Studies. Friday Harbor Laboratories, Washington.
2004 NOAA Advanced Technology Working Group, Study Group EK. Seattle, Washington.
2004 ICES Study Group on Acoustic Seabed Classification. Gdynia, Poland.
2004 ICES Study Group on Collection of Acoustic Data from Fishing Vessels. Gdynia, Poland.
2004 MarEco cruise planning workshop. Flekkefjord, Norway.
2004 NWFSC Killer Whale research plan workshop. Seattle, Washington.
2003 NWFSC Killer Whale prey and contaminants workshop. Seattle, Washington.
2003 NEPTUNE Science Planning Workshop. Portland, Oregon.
2003 Hawaiian Ocean Resources and Ecosystems Observatory Workshop. Keauhou, Hawaii.
2002 Steller Sea Lion Forage Modeling Workshop. NOAA NMFS Alaska Fishery Science Center. Seattle, Washington.
1998  Remote Species Identification Workshop. Census of the Fishes, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Monterey Bay Research Institute. Monterey, California.
1998 Assessing the Global Distribution of Marine Organisms Workshop. Census of the Fishes, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation/National Research Council. Monterey Bay Aquarium. Monterey, California. 
1995 Lake Ontario Fisheries Committee Meeting. American Fisheries Society. Buffalo, New York. 
1993 Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, 46th Annual Meeting. Peteborough, Ontario. 
1991 Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Northern Cod Science Program: Acoustic Methods for Demersal Species. St. John's, Newfoundland. 
1991 Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Northern Cod Science Program: Biomass Spectrum Workshop. St. John's, Newfoundland. 
1991 National Centres of Excellence, Ocean Production Enhancement Network, General Meeting. Wolfville, Nova Scotia. 
1990 ICES Multispecies Assessment Working Group. Bergen, Norway. 
1990 Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, 43rd Annual Meeting. Ottawa, Ontario. 
1987 Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, 40th Annual Meeting. Vancouver, British Columbia. 
1986 Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, 39th Annual Meeting. Ottawa, Ontario. 

Technical Experience

2006 Advanced Medical Emergencies at Sea.  NPFVOA Vessel Safety Program. Seattle, Washington.
2002 Remote Duty First Aid Course Refresher and Oxygen Therapy Workshop. NOAA NMFS Alaska Fisheries Science Center. Seattle, Washington.
2002-2006 Annual IT Security Awareness Course. NOAA IT Security Office. NOAA NMFS Alaska Fisheries Science Center. Seattle, Washington.
2001 Cold Water Survival Training Course. NOAA NMFS Alaska Fisheries Science Center. Seattle, Washington.
2000 Environmental, Health and Safety Awareness Course for NOAA supervisors. Waste Resource Associates. NOAA NMFS Alaska Fisheries Science Center. Seattle, Washington.
2000 Remote Duty First Aid Course. NOAA NMFS Alaska Fisheries Science Center. Seattle, Washington.
1997 Digital Acoustic Echosounder course. University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, Wisconsin. 
1995 Simrad hydroacoustics course. Cornell University Field Station, Shackleton Point, New York. 
1995 Interactive Data Language graphics visualization. Great Lakes Center, Buffalo, New York. 
1991 BioSonics hydroacoustics course. BioSonics Inc., Seattle, Washington. 
1990-1993 Scientific research diver. Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland. 
1989-1990 Scientific research diver. Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. 
1988-1989 Marine mammal population dynamics technician. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Sable Island and Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. 
1985-1986 Commercial fishing methods. International Observer Training Program, Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
1983 Morphometrics, meristics, gut content, and maturity stages of silver hake. Length-weight relationships of gadoids. Marine Fish Division, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. 
1982-1988 Scientific research diver. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
1982 Scientific research diving course. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
1980 Advanced open water diving instructor course. Scuba Schools International, Oshawa, Ontario. 
1978 Advanced open water diver course. Scuba Schools International, Oshawa, Ontario. 

Research Cruises

2008 Nekton-Disolved Oxygen interaction survey on the Mackinaw. Hood Canal, Washington.
2007 Sandlance-Sandwaves interaction survey on the Centennial. Puget Sound, Washington.
2006 PIMS multibeam sonar testing on the Miller Freeman. Gulf of Alaska, Alaska.
2004 Mid-Atlantic Ridge Ecology (MarEco) Cruise on the G.O. Sars. Iceland to Azores, Atlantic.
2003 J-Quest acoustic and optical gear trials on the Kaiyo-Maru. Western North Pacific, Japan.
2003 Walleye Pollock acoustic and trawl biomass winter survey on the Miller Freeman. Gulf of Alaska, Alaska.
2002 Walleye Pollock acoustic and trawl biomass summer survey. Bering Sea Shelf, Alaska.
2002 Walleye Pollock acoustic and trawl biomass winter survey. Eastern Bering Sea, Alaska.
2001 Pacific Hake acoustic and trawl biomass summer survey. Eastern Pacific
2001 Walleye Pollock acoustic and trawl biomass winter survey. Eastern Bering Sea, Alaska.
2000  Walleye Pollock acoustic and trawl biomass survey. Eastern Bering Sea, Alaska.
2000 Walleye Pollock acoustic and trawl biomass survey. Shelikof Strait, Alaska.
1999 Pelagic fish schooling and behaviour survey. Namibia, Africa. 
1998 Multifrequency Acoustic survey. Lake Michigan. 
1997 Spatiotemporal Variability acoustic survey. Lake Ontario. 
1996 Lake Ontario Trophic Transfer Study (LOTT) acoustic survey. Lake Ontario. 
1996 Temporal Variability acoustic survey. Lake Ontario. 
1995 Lake Ontario Trophic Transfer Study (LOTT) acoustic survey. Lake Ontario 
1995 Trophic Interaction in Estuarine Systems (TIES) acoustic survey. Chesapeake Bay. 
1994 Poole's Island acoustic and trawl survey. Chesapeake Bay. 
1994 Temporal Variability acoustic survey. Lake Ontario. 
1992 Juvenile cod acoustic survey. Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. 
1992 Cod-capelin nearshore distribution survey. Conception Bay, Newfoundland. 
1991 Juvenile cod acoustic survey. Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. 
1991 Propagating coastally trapped waves survey. Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. 
1991 Cod-capelin nearshore distribution survey. Conception and Trinity Bays, Newfoundland. 
1991 Cod offshore distribution acoustic survey. NAFO Division 3J4K, Newfoundland. 
1990 Capelin nearshore distribution survey. Conception Bay, Newfoundland. 
1986 Juvenile gadoid survey. NAFO Division 4X, Nova Scotia. 
1986 Juvenile groundfish nearshore habitat survey. Nova Scotia. 
1985 Juvenile groundfish nearshore habitat survey. Nova Scotia. 
1984 Juvenile haddock survey. NAFO Division 4X, Nova Scotia. 
1984 Domestic small dragger fishing patterns. NAFO Division 4X, Nova Scotia. 
1983 Adult haddock trawling and acoustic survey. NAFO Division 4X, Nova Scotia. 
1983 Juvenile haddock and cyanea survey. NAFO Division 4X, Nova Scotia. 

Research Grants and Contracts

2007 Icthyoplankton and fish production (with J. Duffy-Anderson, A. Matarese, and J. Napp). North Pacific Research Board -- Bering Sea Integrated Ecosystem Research Program $220,464 US.
2007 Hood Canal acoustic survey (with S. Parker-Stetter). Hood Canal Dissolved Oxygen Program Integrated Assessment and Modeling Study $62,656 US.
2007 Fisheries acoustic research. National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center. $90,087 US.
2007 Beaufort Sea pelagic fish acoustic survey. Alaska Outer Continental Shelf Region, Minerals Management Service $145,734 US.
2007 Salmon acoustic backscatter as killer whale prey (with W. Au and C. Jones). Northwest Fishery Science Center $20,000 US.
2007 Evaluating acoustics for squid assessment in the Bering Sea (with S. Parker Stetter). North Pacific Research Board $249,995 US.
2006 Trophic Structure and Interactions of the Pelagic Nekton Associated with the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (with T. Sutton, M. Youngbluth, and A. Buckland).  National Science Foundation $309,703 US.
2006 Acoustic behavior of salmon (with D. Burwen). Alaska Sea Grant. $60,236 US.
2006 Fisheries acoustic research. National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center. $134,979 US.
2006 Evaluating the effect of hypoxia on biotic abundance and distribution in Hood Canal (with S. Parker Stetter). Hood Canal Dissolved Oxygen Program Integrated Assessment and Modeling Study $21,960 US.
2005 MarEco Acoustic Group analysis workshop (with O.R. Godoe). MarEco Scientific Steering Committee 82,000 NOK.
2005 Development of Mid-Frequency Multibeam Sonar for Fisheries Applications (with C. Jones, M. Wolfson). National Oceanographic Partnership Program $1,346,956 US.
2005 A novel technique to detect epipelagic fish populations and map their habitat (with J. Churnside, R. Brodeur, K. Benoit-Bird, E. Brown). National Oceanographic Partnership Program $1,485,200 US.
2005 Walleye Pollock Recruitment and Stock Structure in the Gulf of Alaska: An investigation using a suite of biophysical and individual-based models (with S. Hinckley, M. Dorn, A. Hermann, B. Megrey). North Pacific Research Board. $131,251 US.
2004 Survey strategies for assessment of Bering Sea forage species (with S. Gauthier). North Pacific Research Board. $84,024 US.
2004 Estimation of fish biomass and size in aquaculture pens using digital echosounder (with J. Burczynski, J. Hedgepeth). Small Business Innovation Research. $299,957 US.
2004 Potential prey of killer whales in Puget Sound: A pilot study. National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science Center. $49,993 US.
2004 Fisheries acoustic research. National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center. $138,345 US.
2004 A modeling study of Steller Sea Lion-Walleye Pollock Interactions. North Pacific Universities Marine Mammal Research Consortium. $53,584 US.
2004 Remotely monitoring killer whales by characterizing vocalizations from individuals. Washington Sea Grant. $154,461 US. (declined)
2003 Fisheries acoustic research. National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center. $133,431 US.
2003 Fish dynamics in the Columbia River and the estuarine turbidity maximum: evaluating acoustics as a sampling tool. National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science Center. $37,947 US.
2002 Fisheries acoustic research. National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center. $160,337 US.
2002 Improving and developing predictive backscatter models of fish (with J.M. Jech). US Department of Defence, Office of Naval Research, Biological and Chemical Oceanography, Ocean Acoustics. $530,270 US.
2002 Estimation of fish biomass and size in aquaculture pens using digital echosounding (with J. Burczynski, J. Hedgepeth). Small Business Innovation Research. $79,835 US.
2002 Characteristics and causes of mesopelagic acoustic backscatter: Planning meeting (with S. McClatchie). US Department of Defense, Office of Naval Research, International Field Office. $5,290 US.
2002 From echo to fish: analysis of bias and uncertainty associated with hydroacoustic populations estimates (with L. Rudstam and P. Sullivan). New York Sea Grant. $69,837 US.
2002 Echo envelope analysis of Salmon backscatter. Alaska Department of Fish and Game. $20,000 US.
2001 Fisheries Acoustic Research. National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center. $156,143 US.
2001 Acoustic characterization of Steller sea lion forage species. Steller Sea Lion Research Initiative Program, National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Region. $196,437 US.
2001 Quantitative description and dynamic modeling of the spatial pattern of Steller sea lion prey. National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center. $41,071 US.
2001 Pacific Hake models and measures. Pacific Whiting Conservation Cooperative. $109,998 US.
2000 Acoustic models and measures of forage fish target strength. National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center. $80,000 US.
1999 Integrating models, measures, and visualizations of acoustic backscatter (with J.M. Jech). US Department of Defense, Office of Naval Research, Biological and Chemical Oceanography, Ocean Acoustics. $525,800 US.
1998 Modeling and Measuring acoustic backscatter from fish aggregations (with J.M. Jech). US Department of Defence, Office of Naval Research, Biological and Chemical Oceanography. $140,000 US. 
1997 Modeling and measuring fish backscatter at multiple frequencies (with J.M. Jech). US Department of Defence, Office of Naval Research, Ocean Acoustics. $84,996 US. 
1997 Acoustic Workshop II (with J.M. Jech, L. Rudstam, and D.B. MacNeill). Great Lakes Research Consortium, Small Grants Program. $4,750 US. 
1996 Development of a fisheries acoustic center (with S. Brandt and J.M. Jech). National Science Foundation, Academic Research Infrastructure Program. $203,997 US. 
1996 Great Lakes Acoustic Workshop. Great Lakes Research Consortium, Small Grants Program. $3,228 US. 
1996 Spatiotemporal dynamics: analysis of spatially and temporally indexed data from aquatic ecosystems (with C. Greene and S. Brandt). US Department of Defence, University Research Initiative Program. $30,000 US. 
1996 Dependence of biological scattering on acoustic carrier frequency (with J.M. Jech). US Department of Defence, Office of Naval Research. $80,000 US. 
1995 Linking space and time scales of fish production measurements in Lake Ontario: adding the fourth dimension (with S.B. Brandt, B.R. Kerman, G.A. Sprules, and J.A. Tyler). New York Sea Grant Institute. $169,313 US. 
1995 Great Lakes Center Equipment Awards. $1,090 US. 
1994 Analysis of Harbour Seal growth data. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. $2,400 CDN. 
1990 Aerial survey of Sable Island Grey Seal population. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. $1,800 CDN. 
1988 Geographic and seasonal distribution of age 0+ haddock in NAFO Division 4X. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. $1,500 CDN. 
1987 Fish otolith bibliographic database. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. $1,500 CDN. 
1986 Spatial and temporal distribution of juvenile groundfish in Cheezetcook Inlet. P. Lane and Associates. $2,500 CDN. 
1985-1986 Nursery grounds of juvenile groundfish in southwest Nova Scotia. Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. $10,000 CDN.