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     Curriculum vitae (CHEN, YONG)

PERSONAL DATA:

     Business and mailing address:

     School of Marine Sciences

     218 Libby Hall

     University of Maine

     Orono, Maine 04469

     Tel. (207) 581-4303

     Fax: (207) 581-4388

     Email: ychen@maine.edu

EDUCATION:

     Doctor of Philosophy in Zoology, September 1991 October 1994 (the degree conferred

    March 1995 after I left Toronto for my first job in Australia which started on January 6,

    1995).

     Department of Zoology, University of Toronto, Canada.

     Supervisor: Professor J. E. Paloheimo.

     Major: Fisheries population dynamics

     Minor: Statistics.

     Thesis title: Parameter estimation and data analysis in fisheries.

     Master of Science in Zoology, January 1990 - November 1991 (degree awarded in Nov.

    1991). Department of Zoology, University of Toronto, Canada.

     Supervisor: Professor H. H. Harvey

     Major: Fish Ecology

     Thesis title: Growth comparisons and analysis on thirty-three white sucker,

    Catostomus commersoni, populations in Ontario with reference to

    environmental variables.

     Bachelour of Agriculture in Fisheries Science, September 1979-July 1983.

     Department of Fisheries, Qingdao Ocean University

     Specialist Programs in Fishing Science

     Thesis title: Design of 600 HP Pair Trawls.

GENERAL RESEARCH INTERESTS:

     Fisheries Population Dynamics, Fisheries Ecology, Fish Life History, Fisheries

    Management, Stock Assessment, Uncertainty Quantifications,

    Decision-making Theory, Statistical and Mathematical Modelling,

    Computer Simulations, Computation-intensive Methods, Multivariate

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    Statistics, and Spatial Analysis, and Ecosystem modelling and

    quantitative evaluation.

AWARDS

     1990: University of Toronto Open Fellowship: $3,400.

     1991: Jeanne F. Goulding Ecological Fellowship: $5,000.

     1992: Canadian Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council

    Postgraduate Scholarship: $17,400.

     1992: Ontario Graduate Scholarship: $12,000 (declined due to the NSERC scholarship).

     1993: Canadian Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council

    Postgraduate Scholarship: $17,400.

     1994: Ontario Graduate Scholarship: $12,000.

     1995-96: Canadian Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council

    (NSERC) Postdoctoral Fellowship: $29,000/year (declined due to the

    acceptance of a job in the New South Wales Fisheries Department

    in Australia).

     1997 2000: NSERC Associate Chair in Fisheries Conservation at the

    Memorial University of Newfoundland

     1998-2000: Researcher of the Canadian Foundation for Innovation

     2000-2003: Chinese Natural Science Foundation (CNSF) Outstanding Young

    Scientist Award (Type B for scientists abroad, CNSF #30028018;

    RMB 400,000 Yuan)中国自然科学基金海外青年合作基金

COMMITTEE WORK SINCE YEAR 2000

     Associate Editor, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (June

    2007- present)

     Member of the SMS Peer Review Committee and Space Committee (2004

    2006)

     Chair, School of Marine Science (SMS) Graduate Admission Committee

    (2003- 2004)

     Member of the SMS Graduate Admission Committee (2001-2003);

     Member of the Atlantic State Marine Fisheries Commission Lobster Model

    Development Committee;

     Fisheries Conservation Advisor for the Kuwait Institute of Sciences (evaluating

    the impacts of the Gulf War on the Kuwait fisheries resources);

     NMFS Stock Assessment Review Committee 37, more fisheries committee

    work…

WORK EXPERIENCE

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    School of Marine Sciences, University of Maine, Orono

    ; Professor (tenured, 9/1/2007 - present)

    ; Associate Professor (tenured, 9/1/2003 8/31/2007)

    ; Assistant Professor (7/1/2000 8/31/2003)

Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

    ; Adjunct Professor of Biology Department (May 2001 present)

    ; Assistant Professor (July 1997 August 2000), Fisheries and Marine Institute

    ; NSERC Associate Chair in Fisheries Conservation (July 1997 August 2000)

    ; Cross-appointed to the Department of Biology (August 1997 August 2000)

    ; Cross-appointed to the Department of Mathematics & Statistics (Sept. 1997 Aug. 2000)

    ; Canada Foundation for Innovation Researcher (January 1999 - Aug. 2000)

New South Wales (NSW) Fisheries Research Institute, Cronulla, NSW, Australia

    ; Population Dynamicist (Scientific Officer, probation) January 1995 - January 1996

    ; Population Dynamicist (permanent NSW State civil servant) January 1996 - June 1996

    ; Senior Population Dynamicist (permanent NSW State civil servant) July 1996 - July 1997

Kuwait Institute of Scientific Research

    ; Fisheries Conservation Consultant (studied the impacts of the Gulf War on the area fisheries

    and provided the results to the UN War Compensation Committee (2000 - 2002).

    National Institute of Waters and Atmospheric Research, Wellington, New Zealand

    ; NIWA Fisheries Stock Assessment Visiting Scientist April 1999 - May 1999

Department of Fisheries, Central China Agricultural University, Wuhan, China

    ; Adjunct Professor in Fisheries (Jan. 2005 present)

    ; Teaching Assistant (July 1983 Nov. 1988)

Shanghai Fisheries University, Shanghai, China

    ; Adjunct Professor, June 2006 - present

National Taiwan University, Taipei, China

    ; Visiting Professor March 2004, October 2005 (invited and paid by the National

    Research Council)

    ; Sabbatical Visiting Professor Oct. 2006 January 2007 (Sabbatical, Invited

    and financially supported by the National Research Council)

Worldfish Center, Penang, Malaysia

    ; Visiting Scientist Sept. 2006 (Sabbatical, Invited and financially supported by the Worldfish

    Center)

Department of Zoology, University of Toronto:

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     1990-1994: BIO150Y Lab Instructor.

     1991-1992: ZOO486H Teaching Assistant in Environmental Factor Lab Course.

     1988-1994: Graduate Research Assistant.

TEACHING ACTIVITY

    Courses lectured at the Memorial University of Newfoundland (September 1997- July

    2000)

     Graduate course:

    MMS6002 Quantitative Methods in Fisheries for graduate students in Fisheries

    Resources Management Program (3 credits; every fall semester)

     Undergraduate course:

     STAT2500 Statistics for Business and Arts (3 credits; every fall semester)

Courses lectured at the University of Maine (since July 1, 2000; Research:Teaching -

    75%:25%)

Graduate courses

    SMS 562 Fisheries Population Dynamics (3 credits; every Fall semester, 100%

    responsibility)

    SMS 598-05:Special topics in Marine Sciences (3 credits, spring 2001, 100%

    responsibility)

    SMS 598-001: Special topics in Marine Science: Spatial dynamics of marine fisheries

    and its impacts on fisheries stock assessment and management (3 credits, spring

    2002, 100% responsibility)

    SMS 597: Independent study: Spatial analysis of fisheries data (3 credits, as needed,

    100% responsibility)

    SMS 597: Statistical Modelling (3 credit, as needed, 100% responsibility)

    SMS 699. Graduate thesis (fall, summer, and spring semesters, 100% teaching

    responsibility): Each MS student takes about 9 thesis credit hours, and each PhD

    students take 18+ thesis credit hours.

    Undergraduate course

    SMS 321 Introduction to Fisheries Sciences (3 credits, every Spring semester, 100%

    responsibility)

    SMS 400 Capstone Research Experience (3-4 credits, 100% responsibility)

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES AND SOFTWARE

    PROFICIENT:

     AD Model Builder, C, C++, FORTRAN, SAS, and NTSYS (for multivariate analysis)

RESEARCH GRANTS

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    Research grants held at the Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada)

    (1) "Assessing fish stocks using robust methods" Canadian Natural Science and Engineering

    Research Council (NSERC) operating grant - $73,600, 1998-2001 (Chen)

    (2) "The dynamics of fish stocks and their ecosystems in Newfoundland and Labrador"

    Canadian Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Industry Chair

    program - $36,000 1997-2001 (Chen)

    (3) "Cod ecosystems" Canadian Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)

    Chair in Fisheries Conservation $5,000,000 from 1997 to 2001 (excluding ship time)

    (Rose, Snelgrove, and Chen)

    (4) A New Initiative in Fisheries and Marine Science at the Memorial University of

    Newfoundland; Application of New Acoustic Technologies to the Newfoundland Marine

    Ecosystem - $367,000 1998-1999 (Rose, Snelgrove, and Chen)

Grants held at the University of Maine since July 1, 2000

    1) Start-up fund from the University of Maine $73,000 (2000 - 2002) (Chen) 2) NOAA/Sea Grant program: Simulation study of the lobster egg-per-recruit model $5,292

    (Nov. 2000 Jan. 2002) (Chen and C. Wilson)

    3) National Science Foundation China: A risk analysis of aquaculture program on lake ecosystem

    in China, 400,000 Chinese Dollars (2001-2003) (Yong Chen of UMaine and L. Chen of East

    China Normal University). The grant is managed by East China Normal Univ. in Shanghai,

    China

    4) Northeast Consortium/NOAA: Developing stock assessment methods for the New England

    deep-sea red crab fishery (part I) (2001-2003) (Wahle, Williams, and Chen). $274,783 5) NOAA Saltonstall-Kennedy Program, Developing stock assessment methods for the New

    England deep-sea red crab fishery (part II) (2002) (Wahle, Williams, and Chen). $85,302 6) Maine Marine Science Program (DMR): Study lobster and sea urchin population dynamics in

    Maine $43,800 (2001-2002) (Chen)

    7) Maine Department of Marine Resources: Lobster stock assessment and biological reference

    point $50,000 (2001-2002) (Chen)

    8) Maine Sea Urchin Zone Council: Developing a fishery-independent survey program for the

    Maine sea urchin population $79,000 (2001-2002) (Russell, Hunter, and Chen) 9) Thistle Marine LLC. Spatial dynamics of the lobster fishery $7,900 (2002) (Chen) 10) Northeast Consortium/NOAA: Developing a computer simulation framework for identifying

    an optimal fishery-independent survey program for the MS sea urchin population. $23,920

    (2001-2002) (Chen)

    11) NOAA/Sea Grant: Developing a Bayesian framework for the American lobster stock

    assessment $201,188 (Feb. 2002-Jan. 2004) (Chen and Wilson)

    12) Maine Department of Environmental Protection/Sea Grant: Spatial dynamics of the lobster

    stock and fishing effort. $70,000 (Feb. 2002-Jan. 2004) (Chen et al.) 13) Maine Sea Urchin Zone Council: Developing, evaluating, and refining stock assessment

    framework for the Maine sea urchin fishery $39,038 (2002-2003) (Chen and Hunter) 14) Maine Sea Grant and MIT Sea Grant: a preliminary study of spatial dynamics of groundfish

    fisheries in the Gulf of Maine. $18,710 (2002) (Chen)

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    15) NOAA Synthesis Program: Impacts of transport process on lobster fishery patterns. (2002-

    2004) Incze and other 10 PIs ($69,847 for Chen)

    16) Northeast Consortium/NOAA: Abundance, migration and recruitment of Northern shrimp in

    the Gulf of Maine: an industry-initiated verification survey and environmental monitoring pilot

    project. (2002-2003) Schick and other 11 PIs ($3,000 for data analysis, Chen) 17) Northeast Consortium/NOAA: A preliminary study of Maine sea cucumber fishery ($25,000)

    (Chen and Feindel)

    18) National Marine Fisheries Services: Codend mesh selectivity in the Gulf of Maine:

    Multispecies trawl fishery. $182,560 (He, Bouchard, and Chen)

    19) Maine Department of Marine Resources: Studying the Jonah crab fishery in Maine. $38,557

    (2001-2004) (Chen)

    20) Maine Lobster Advisory Committee and Department of Marine Resources: An assessment of

    American Lobster stock in the Gulf of Maine. $33,409 (2003-2004) (Chen) 21) Maine Department of Marine Resources: Cooperative fisheries research. $26,727 (2003-2004)

    (Chen)

    22) Northeast Consortium/NOAA: An evaluation of the Maine sea cucumber resources and

    impacts of exploitation $163,745. 2003-2007 (Chen et al.)

    23) Maine Department of Marine Resources: cooperative fisheries research. $33,409 (2004-2005)

    (Chen)

    24) Atlantic State Marine Fisheries Commission: Lobster stock assessment. $41,207 (2004-2006)

    (Chen)

    25) Maine Department of Marine Resources: Study of marine baitworm in Maine. $32,517 (2004-

    2005) (Chen)

    26) Maine Lobster Advisory Committee: Testing biological reference point for the American

    lobster. $29,600 (2004-2005) (Chen)

    27) Maine Sea Grant /Northeast Consortium: Fisheries Research in Maine. $40,000, Chen (2004

     2005)

    28) Sea Grant/NOAA: An agent-based model of the Maine lobster fishery. Wilson, Chen, and

    Hiebeler $75,041 for Chen (2004-2007)

    29) NOAA and National Sea Grant: Fisheries Population Dynamics PhD Fellowship program

    $114,390 Chen (2005 2008)

    30) NOAA/Maine Sea Grant: Developing and evaluating biological reference points for the

    American lobster (Homarus americanus) fishery management. $219,959 Chen (2006 2008).

    31) NOAA/Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association: Using Hook and Line to

    Minimize Cod Bycatch in a Directed Haddock Fishery on Georges Bank and in the Gulf of

    Maine. $17,211 Chen (2006)

    32) Maine Department of Marine Resources: Monhegan project: closed area investigation of

    effort in the Maine lobster fishery. $2,988 (2006) Chen

    33) Maine Sea Grant: A preliminary study to develop and evaluate spatially-explicit stock

    assessment model for cod fisheries. $4,000 (2006-2007) Chen

    34) Maine Sea Grant: Analyzing Maine inshore groundfish trawl survey data. $31,290 (2006-

    2007) Chen Maine Department of Marine Resources Cooperative Agreement for Assessing

    the Maine Marine Resources, $ 17,835, Chen (2006-2007)

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    35) Department of Marine Resources: Lobster Research, Education and Development:

    Developing, evaluating, and outreaching the Bayesian length-structure lobster stock

    assessment model, $139,549, Chen and Wilson (2007-2008)

    36) Department of Marine Resources: Lobster Research, Education and Development: Analyzing

    growth data of American lobster, $70,000, Wahle, Chen and Lawson (2007-2008) 37) National Science Foundation (NSF): Collaborative Research: Direct and indirect coupling of

    fisheries through economic, regulatory, environmental and ecological linkages, Holland et al.

    ($100,000 for Chen; 2007-2012).

    38) Maine Department of Marine Resources: Cooperative fisheries research. $14,998 (2007-

    2008) (Chen)

    39) NOAA/Maine Sea Grant: Modeling ecosystem dynamics for American lobster (Homarus

    americanus) in the Gulf of Maine. $205,880, Chen and Wilson (2008 - 2010)

    40) NASA: Lobster settlement forecasting in the Gulf of Maine. $500,000, Thomas, Xue, Chen,

    Wahle, and Pershing (2008 2010) (pending)

    Most of my funding from the Maine DMR supports data analysis, modeling, and stock

    assessment. The fieldwork components for some of the cooperative projects between my

    lab and DMR scientists listed above are conducted by the Maine Department of Marine

    Resources (e.g., their inshore trawl survey, sea urchin survey, sea cucumber survey,

    marine worm survey, lobster port and sea sampling programs, etc.) with the involvement

    of myself and my students in survey design and field implementation, and their costs were

    not included in my project funding listed above.

GRADUATE STUDENTS COMPLETED THEIR PROGRAMS

    UNDER MY ADVISE/CO-ADVISE

    Yingming Zhao (MS, started Sept. 1998, co-advised with Dr. Joe Brown)

    “ Impacts of cod egg sizes on survival and growth rates of larvae”

    (at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, completed May

    2001, received PhD at U of Toronto in 2005 and currently is a

    postdoc at Michigan State University)

    Harshana Rajakaruna (MS, started Sept. 1999, co-advised with Dr. Paul Snelgrove)

    "Impacts of the quality of fisheries data on fish stock assessment

    and fisheries management" (at the Memorial University of

    Newfoundland, completed May 2003, currently Natural Resources

    scientist in Sri Lanka)

    Robert Grabowski (MS in Marine Biology, started Sept. 2001). Population dynamics and spatial

    analysis of the Maine green sea urchin (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) fishery (at

    the University of Maine, completed in May 2003, currently PhD student at the

    Southern Florida University)

    Kevin Scheirer (MS in Marine Policy, started January 2001). Spatial dynamics of

    lobster fishery and its impacts on the fishery management in Maine (at

    University of Maine, completed in Dec. 2003 currently Researcher at

    GOM Research Institute)

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    Yan Jiao (Ph.D. in Marine Biology, started Sept. 2000) Fish Population Dynamics modeling‖ (at

    the Memorial University of Newfoundland, completed in Jan. 2004, currently

    Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech)

    Yuying Zhang (MS in Oceanography, started Sept. 2003). Modeling the lobster ecosystem in the Gulf

    of Maine, completed in Aug. 2005, currently PhD student in my lab)

    Sheril Kirshenbaum (Dual MS degrees in Marine Biology and Marine Policy, January 2003 Nov.

    2005). Assessment and management of sea cucumber fishery in Maine, Knauss

    Fellow(Legislative Intern in the US Senate) Currently Associate in Research for

    Ocean and Coastal Policy, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions,

    Duke University.

    Kate Jones (Dual MS degrees in Marine Biology and Marine Policy, Sept. 2002 - Dec. 2005). Sea

    urchin stock assessment and management in the State of Maine (Research associate at

    Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada)

    Kathleen Reardon (Dual MS degrees in Marine Biology and Marine Policy, January 2003 April

    2006). Assessment, monitoring and management of Jonah crab in Maine (currently

    Marine Resource Scientist at the Maine Department of Marine Resources) Adrian Jordaan (PhD in Marine Biology, January 2003). Aquatic ecology and community in the Acadia

    National Park, Maine, co-advised by Chen (51%) and Dr. Dave Townsend (49%)

    (Completed in Aug. 2006; currently Postdoc Research Associate at the Stony Brook

    University)

    I also co-advised three PhD students (Zaifu YANG, Bing SONG, and Qigen Liu) at the East China Normal University in Shanghai who were involved in a research project there funded by the Chinese National Science Foundation (CNSF oversea scholar project #30028018). They graduated with PhD degrees in 2003, 2004 and 2005, respectively.

GRADUATE STUDENTS CURRENTLY IN MY LAB

    Darcie Couture (Dual MS candidate in Marine Biology and Marine Policy, Sept. 2002). The

    management and dynamics of the Maine lobster fishery (started her current position in

    April 2005 as the Director of Environment Monitoring Section in the Maine

    Department of Marine resources, plan to defend her thesis in by May 2007) Yuying Zhang (PhD candidate in the UMaine Interdisciplinary PhD program, started Sept. 2005).

    Lobster biological reference points

    Mike Errigo (PhD student in Marine Biology, Started Sept. 2004). Structured errors in modelling

    fisheries population dynamics and stock assessment. (with the National Sea Grant-

    NOAA Fish Population Dynamics Fellowship)

    Danielle Brzezinski (Dual MS candidate in Marine Biology and Marine Policy, started Sept. 2006).

    Groundfish and scallop spatial and temporal dynamics and their management

    implications.

    Keri Stepanek (MS candidate in Marine Biology, started Sept. 2006) Inshore groundfish trawl survey

    in the Gulf of Maine. (arrangement has been made for Keri to keep her fulltime

    employment as a Marine Resource Scientist with the Maine Department of Marine

    Resources.

    Chang Jui-han (PhD student in Marine Biology Program, started Sept. 2007). Lobster fisheries in the

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    Gulf of Maine

    Alia Al-Humaidhi (Dual MS program in Marine Biology and Policy, Sept. 2007). Groundfish

    fisheries in the Gulf of Maine.

    Derek Olson (Dual MS program in Marine Biology and Policy, Sept. 2007), Groundfish fisheries

    in the Gulf of Maine.

    Charlene Bergeron (MS in Marine Biology, Sept. 2007), Estimating growth of lobster from meta-

    analysis of tagging data

    Yunkai Li (Visiting PhD student from the East China Normal University supported by the

    Ministry of Education of China and University of Maine, Sept. 2007), Modeling

    ecosystem of East China Sea.

    Errigo, Zhang, and Brzezinski are recipients of the UMaine Provost Fellowship (the most prestigious scholarship for incoming graduate students at the UMaine) in 2004, 2005, and 2006, respectively.

    I am currently also serving on one MS and one PhD Advisory Committees at the UMaine.

    All my current graduate students are involved in one or more of my research projects, which become the topics of their research theses. My graduate students are funded by my research grants and scholarships.

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHERS IN MY LAB.

    I have advised the following Postdoctoral Research Associates and they were all fully

    funded by my research grants:

    ; Dr. Minoru Kanaiwa (2002-2005, Green sea urchin and American lobster stock

    assessment): Dr. Kanaiwa become a tenure-track faculty member in Oct. 2005 at the

    Tokyo University of Agriculture in Japan

    ; Dr. Thomas Windholz (2002, Spatial statistics for the green sea urchin fishery): Dr. Windholz

    become a faculty member of the Idaho State University

    ; Dr. Ying Xue (2005-2006, Trophic dynamics of the GOM lobster ecosystem): Dr. Xue

    becomes a faculty member at the Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China. ; Dr. Shiquan Tian (2007 present, fisheries stock assessment and management): Dr. Tian is

    a new faculty member of the Shanghai Fisheries University.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT ADVISING

    The following students have completed their capstone/honor thesis research projects in my lab during the last 3 years:

    ; Roberto Bongioanni (sea urchin fishery),

    ; John Speirs (Coastal Fisheries ecology),

    ; Glenn Chamberlain (American lobster fishery),

    ; Lindsay Hamlin (coastal fish community), and

    ; Chelsey Cronan (American lobster fishery)

    ; Mahima Jaini (Maine green sea urchin biology and management policy) I am also the academic advisor of 2-3 undergraduate students per year.

    Research Assistants and Research Associates who worked in my lab (paid from my research

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    grants) (semesters and years indicated are the time when they work in my lab). ; Ms. Nichole Stenberg (undergraduate in Marine Biology, Spring 2002), part-time RA ; Ms. Kathryn Wisz (undergraduate in Marine Biology, Spring and Fall 2002, 2003), part-time

    RA

    ; Ms. Ellen Fortado (undergraduate in Marine Biology, Fall 2002), Part-time RA ; Mr. Adrian Jordaan (Graduate student in Marine Biology, Spring and Fall 2002) ; Ms. Xiemen Fang (Research Associate, 2002)

    ; Ms. Xiaowei Tian (Research Assistant, 2002)

    ; Mr. Bo Shi (High school student, summer 2002, attended MIT since Fall 2002) ; Ms. Erica He (High school student, summer 2002, attended Brown University since 2004) ; Ms. Liying Yan (Ph.D Candidate in computer sciences at University of Maine, summer 2003) ; Mr. Jared Carter (undergraduate student in Politics and Marine Biology, Fall 2003, Spring

    2004) part-time RA

    ; Ms. Lindsay Hamlin (Student Research Assistant, 2004, 2005)

PUBLICATIONS:

    FULL PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL PAPERS (names with * are my students or postdoc).

    (1) Chen, Y., D. A. Jackson, H. H. Harvey. 1992. A comparison of von Bertalanffy and

    polynomial functions in modelling fish growth data. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and

    Aquatic Sciences 49:1228-1235.

    (2) Paloheimo, J. E. and Y. Chen. 1993. Estimation of effective effort from catch-at-age

    data. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 50:2421-2428.

    (3) Chen, Y., D. A. Jackson, and J. E. Paloheimo. 1994. Robust regression approach to

    analyzing fisheries data. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 51:1420-

    1429.

    (4) Chen, Y. and J. E. Paloheimo. 1994. Robust regression approach to estimating fish

    mortality rates with a cohort-based model. Transactions of the American Fisheries

    Society 50:2421-2428.

    (5) Chen, Y. and J. E. Paloheimo. 1994. Estimation of fish length and age at 50%

    maturity using a logistic type model. Aquatic Sciences 56:206-219.

    (6) Chen, Y. and H. H. Harvey. 1994. Maturation of white sucker, Catostomus

    commersoni, populations in Ontario. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic

    Sciences 51:2066-2076.

    (7) Chen, Y. and J. E. Paloheimo. 1995. A robust regression analysis of recruitment in

    fisheries. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 52: 993-1006.

    (8) Chen, Y. and H. H. Harvey. 1995. Growth, abundance, and food supply of white

    sucker, Catostomus commersoni. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society

    124:262-271.

    (9) Chen, Y. and D. A. Jackson. 1995. Robust estimation of mean and variance in

    fisheries. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 124:401-412.

    (10) Chen, Y. 1996. A Monte Carlo study on impacts of the size of subsample catch on

    estimation of fish stock parameters. Fisheries Research 26:207-223.

    (11) Paloheimo, J. E. and Y. Chen. 1996. Estimating fishing mortality and cohort sizes.

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