Assistant Professor of Fish Population Ecology and Conservation
Ph.D., 2006, University of Maine
Room 309 Holdsworth Hall
Fish ecology, ecosystems, fisheries and management
I am interested in (1) understanding the influence of environmental variables on growth and survival of individuals and populations, (2) elucidating the temporal and spatial structure and function of ecosystems, and (3) determining the best management policies given the environmental constraints on growth, survival and geographic distributions of fish.
Currently I work on historical ecology of the northwestern Atlantic, movements and management of Atlantic sturgeon and river herring, and spatial aspects of marine ecosystems including how to best design protected areas.
Publications (past 3 years)
Frisk, M.G., A. Jordaan and T.J. Miller. Moving beyond the current paradigm in marine population connectivity: Are adults the missing link? Fish and Fisheries.
Jordaan, A., M.G. Frisk, L.S. Incze, N.H. Wolff, L. Hamlin and Y. Chen. In Press. Multivariate dissemination of species assemblages: biodiversity proxies for use in marine spatial planning. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Brown, J.J., K.E. Limburg, J.R. Waldman, K. Stephenson, E. Glenn, F. Juanes and A. Jordaan. In Press. Fish and hydropower on the U.S. Atlantic coast: failed fisheries policies from half-way technologies. Conservation Letters.
Hall, C.J., A. Jordaan and M.G. Frisk. 2012. Centuries of anadromous forage fish loss: consequences for ecosystem connectivity and productivity. Bioscience 62(8): 723-731.
Wuenschel, M.J., K.W. Able, J.A. Buckel, J.W. Morley, T. Lankford, A. C. Branson, D.O. Conover, D. Drisco, A. Jordaan, K. Dunton, D.H. Secor, R.J. Woodland, F. Juanes and D. Stormer. 2012. Recruitment patterns and habitat use of young-of-the-year bluefish along the United States east coast: insights from coordinated coastwide sampling. Reviews in Fisheries Science 20(2): 80-102.
Dunton, K.J., D. Chapman, A. Jordaan, K. Feldheim, S. O’Leary, K.A. McKown and M.G. Frisk. 2012. Genetic mixed-stock analysis of Atlantic sturgeon Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus in a heavily exploited marine habitat indicates the need for routine genetic monitoring. Journal of Fish Biology 80(1): 207-217.
Nuttall, M.A., A. Jordaan, R.M. Cerrato, M.G. Frisk. 2011. Identifying 120 years of decline in ecosystem structure and maturity of Great South Bay, New York using the Ecopath modelling approach. Ecological Modelling 222: 3335-3345.
Jordaan, A., J. Crocker and Y. Chen. 2011. Linkages among physical and biological properties in tidepools on the Maine Coast. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 92(1): 13-23.
Hall, C.J., A. Jordaan and M.G. Frisk. 2011. The historical influence of dams on diadromous fish habitat with a focus on river herring and hydrologic longitudinal connectivity. Landscape Ecology 26(1): 95-107.
Dunton, K.J., A. Jordaan, M.G. Frisk, and D.O. Conover. 2010. Marine distribution, abundance, and habitat of Atlantic Sturgeon Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus using fishery independent surveys. US Fisheries Bulletin 108:450-465.
Jordaan, A., Chen, Y., Townsend, D.W. and S. Sherman 2010. Identification of ecological structure and species relationships along an oceanographic gradient in the Gulf of Maine using multivariate analysis with bootstrapping. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67(4): 701-719.
Jordaan, A. 2010. Fish assemblages spatially structure along a multi-scale wave energy gradient. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 87(1): 13-24.
Last updated December 17, 2012 by Roxann Cormier