William D. DuPaul
Faculty EmeritusEmail: [[dupaul]]
Phone: (804) 684-7163
Office: Clayton House 203B
Department: Fisheries Science
- B.S., Bridgewater State College
- M.A., Ph.D., College of William & Mary
Commercial fisheries and aquaculture development are my broad areas of interest. Related research includes fishing gear selectivity and bycatch; management and regulatory strategies for commercial fisheries; seafood production and utilization. Additionally, I am interested in applicable technology and information transfer.
- Selectivity of sea scallop dredges constructed with 3, 3.25 and 3.50 inch rings.
- Selectivity of trawl nets in the sea scallop fishery.
- DuPaul, W. D., J. Brust and J. Kirkley. 1996. Bycatch in the United States and Canadian sea scallop fisheries. Solving bycatch: Considerations for today and tomorrow. Alaska Sea Grant Report 96-03. Univ. of Alaska, Fairbanks.
- Kirkley, J. E. and W. D. DuPaul. 1993. Technical efficiency, biological conditions, and management of the sea scallop fishery. Canadian J. Fish. and Aquatic Sci., (in press).
- Kirkley, J. E. and W. D. DuPaul. 1993. Technical efficiency, biological conditions, and management of the sea scallop fishery. J. Shellfish Res., (in review).
- Fisher, R. A., W. D. DuPaul and T. E. Rippen. 1993. Nutritional, proximate, and bacteriological characteristics of processed sea scallops, Placopecten magellanicus. J. Food Sci., (in review).