Position: Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Stanford University and Monterey Bay Aquarium
Address: Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University
2005: University of California, Davis - Ph.D. Ecology
1999: Sonoma State University - B.A. Environmental Studies - Conservation and Restoration
1988: John Abbott College, Montreal - Cegep degree - Art
Studying movements and migrations of commercially targeted sharks and fishes; acoustic tagging and telemetry; GIS analysis and modeling.
Recent Publications and Presentations:
Jorgensen, S. J., H. J. Spero, and A.M. Muhlia. 2003. Biogechemical linkages to pelagic fish migrations. IX International Symposium on the Sea of Cortez.
Klimley, A.P., S. C. Beavers, T.H. Curtis, and S.J. Jorgensen. 2002. Movements and swimming behavior of three species of sharks in La Jolla Canyon, California. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 63: 117-135.
Klimley, A.P., S.J. Jorgensen, A. Muhlia-Melo, and S.C. Beavers. 2003. Movements of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) to and from Espiritu Santo Seamount in Gulf of California. Fisheries Bulletin, 101: 684-692.
Mace, Amber J., David M. Kaplan, Salvador J. Jorgensen and Steven G. Morgan. 2001. Coupling ocean circulation and larval settlement around a headland: implications for designing marine reserves. Annual meeting of the American Society of Naturalists.
Mace, A.J., D.M. Kaplan, S.J. Jorgensen, S.G. Morgan, L.W. Botsford. 2001. Small-scale ocean circulation and larval settlement the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary. Sixth Biennial Workshop on Research in the Gulf of the Farallones.
Muhlia-Melo, A., A.P.
Klimley, R. Gonzales-Armas, S.J. Jorgensen, A. Travina-Castro, J.
Roderigues-Romero, A. Amador Buenrastro. 2002 Pelagic fish assemblages
at the Espititu Santo seamount in the Gulf of California during El Nino
1997-1998 and non El Nino conditions. Geofisica Internacional, Mexico.