Gina M. Ralph
Ph.D. StudentEmail: [[ginaralph]]
Phone: (804) 684-7333
Office: Andrews Hall, 434
Department of Interest: Fisheries Science
EducationB.S. Coastal Studies, Magna cum laude, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
- Population dynamics of species with ontogenetic shifts in habitat utilization
- Spatial ecology of migratory marine species
- Incorporating spatial and individual variation into population models
Ralph, G.M., R.D. Seitz, R.J. Orth, K.E. Knick, R.N. Lipcius. Population-wide association between submerged aquatic vegetation and juvenile blue crab density in Chesapeake Bay. Submitted.
Allam, B., W.E. Carden, J.E. Ward, G.M. Ralph, S. Winnicki, E. Pales Espinosa. Early host-pathogen interactions in marine bivalves: Evidence that the alveolate parasite Perkinsus marinsus infects through the oyster mantle during rejection of pseudofeces. To be published in: Journal of Parasitology.
Smith, M.W., A. Then, C. Wor, G. Ralph, K.H. Pollock, J.M. Hoenig. 2012. Recommendations for Catch Curve Analysis. Journal of North American Fisheries Management. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 32:956-967.
Lipcius, R.N., and G.M. Ralph. 2011. “Evidence of Source-Sink Dynamics in Marine and Estuarine Species.” Pp. 361-381, in Source, Sinks, and Sustainability. Eds. Lui, J., V. Hull, A. Morzillo, and J.A. Wiens. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Miller, T.J., M.J. Wilberg, A.R. Colton, G.R. Davis, A. Sharov, R.N. Lipcius, G.M. Ralph, E.G. Johnson, A.G. Kaufman. 2011. Stock Assessment of the Blue Crab in the Chesapeake Bay. TS-614-11. Solomons, MD: University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Chesapeake Bay Laboratory.
Johnson, E.G., G. Abbe, A.H. Hines, D.M. Kahn, R.N. Lipcius, J.C. McConaugha, G.A. Messick, T.J. Miller, E. Schott, J.D. Shields, J. van Montfrans, Y. Zohar, G.M. Ralph, R.D. Seitz. 2010. Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management for Chesapeake Bay: Blue Crab Background and Issue Briefs. UM-SG-TS-2010-04. College Park, MD: Maryland Sea Grant.