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Tal Ben Horin
Tal Ben Horin

Utilizing molecular tools to identify patterns of connectivity and the role of long-distance dispersal in structuring local lobster population.

Carla Guenther
Carla Guenther

Conducting fishery interviews and research on fishery socioeconomics, liaison between fisheries, university scientists, government resource agencies, and environmental groups, contact for socioeconomic research.

Matt Kay
Matt Kay

Directs biological field research and program direction, executes tagging and trapping program, leads port sampling, liaison to fisheries.

Hunter Lenihan
Hunter Lenihan

Directing CALobster research and helping develop education and research programs that train students in interdisciplinary collaborative fishery research. Contact for Reef Ecology, CALobster, and UC Santa Barbara's Bren School of Environmental Science and Management.

Chris Miller
Chris Miller

Trap fishermen and founder of collaborative fishery research program at the Bren School. Mentoring students and organizing partnerships between stakeholders. Developing programs to sustain working harbors.

Kim Selkoe
Kim Selkoe

Leading the lobster population genetics work to identify the forces influencing the patterns of connectivity of lobster in California and the Baja California Peninsula.

Talib Wahab
Talib Wahab

Primary lobster buyer in the Santa Barbara area and point of contact organizing the collection of genetic samples from the region's commercial lobster fishermen. Conduit and relay of information to fishery participants not yet directly collaborating with CALobster.

Jono Wilson
Jono Wilson

Developing a research foundation for the use of marine reserves in collecting fisheries data. Collaborating with the commercial live fish fishery, CDFG, and university scientists. Contact for Fish Tagging.