Phillip Levin

  • Professor of Practice
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  • Phillip Levin

    • Professor of Practice

    Research areas

    Interdisciplinary conservation science, ecosystem-based natural resource management, marine and coastal conservation biology, marine ecology

    B.A., Zoology, University of Texas
    Ph.D., Zoology, University of New Hampshire

    Phil Levin is currently accepting one Ph.D. student. 

    Courses

    • ESRM 300 | Sustainability Seminar (2) - Winter

    Current Sponsored Projects

    • Integrated Vulnerability Assessment for West Coast Fishing Communities
      This project will address 2 research questions: 1. Given climate change, what is the vulnerability of fishing communities and ecosystems along the US Pacific Coast under status quo management? 2 What management strategies would most effectively reduce vulnerability and perceived risk to both fishing communities and ecosystem structure and function?

    Selected publications

    IC Kaplan, TB Francis, AE Punt, LE Koehn, E Curchitser, F Hurtado-Ferro, …2019. A multi-model approach to understanding the role of Pacific sardine in the California Current food web. Marine Ecology Progress Series 617: 307-321.  Link

    C Dawson, PS Levin. 2019. Moving the ecosystem-based fisheries management mountain begins by shifting small stones: A critical analysis of EBFM on the US West Coast. Marine Policy 100: 58-65.  Link

    KN Marshall, LE Koehn, PS Levin, TE Essington, OP Jensen, …2018. Inclusion of ecosystem information in US fish stock assessments suggests progress toward ecosystem-based fisheries management. ICES Journal of Marine Science 76(1): 1-9.  Link

    R Voss, MF Quaas, JO Schmidt, MT Stoeven, TB Francis, PS Levin, …2018. Quantifying the benefits of spatial fisheries management–An ecological-economic optimization approach. Ecological Modeling 385: 165-172.  Link

    AE Punt, DK Okamoto, AD MacCall, AO Shelton, DR Armitage, JS Cleary, …2018. When are estimates of spawning stock biomass for small pelagic fishes improved by taking spatial structure into account? Fisheries Research 206: 65-78.  Link