The successful applicant will compile a database of creel and angler survey data for inland waterbodies from all 50 states and assist a team of NCASC fish biologists to develop a spatially-explicit model of recreational harvest using remotely-sensed and in-situ environmental data in a Bayesian framework and project response of recreational harvest with global change. The project will provide opportunities to collaborate with state managers to institutionalize this exercise, standardize national inland reporting to FAO, and provide an online platform to examine intra- and inter-state inland angling trends to inform fisheries management decisions.
Recreational fishing database manager
Friday, January 31, 2020
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