SMEA Faculty Directory

Brief information, including email addresses, for teaching, research, adjunct, affiliate and emeritus faculty at the School of Marine and Environmental Affairs follow. Each faculty name links to expanded biographical information.

Research and Teaching
Name Title Specialities field_purl
Allen, Craig
challen@uw.edu
Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Professor, UW School of Law. Maritime and international law http://www.law.washington.edu/Faculty/Allen/
Allison, Edward
eha1@uw.edu
Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Human dimensions of fisheries; food security and poverty reduction through improved fisheries and aquaculture sector performance; adaptation of capture fisheries, aquaculture and associated coastal and floodplain livelihoods to climate change, and the development of low-carbon aquaculture systems.
Christie, Patrick
patrickc@uw.edu
Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs and the Jackson School of International Studies Socio-ecological dimensions of marine resource management in the tropics and Puget Sound; feasibility of marine spatial planning; marine ecosystem-based management; marine protected areas.
Dolšak, Nives
nives@uw.edu
Associate Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs and School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Common-pool resource governance, Environmental policy, Market instruments, Human dimensions of global environmental change, Climate change policy, International environmental regimes. Website: http://faculty.washington.edu/nives/
Dreyer, Stacia
sdreyer@uw.edu
Research Associate (Postdoctoral Fellow), School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Environmental and conservation psychology; behavioral economics; acceptance of and support for environmental policies and renewable energy/technology.
Fluharty, David
fluharty@uw.edu
Associate Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs (formerly Wakefield Professor of Ocean and Fishery Sciences) Ecosystem approaches to marine resource management including integrated coastal management; coastal and marine spatial planning; ecosystem-based fishery management; and marine protected area management.
Jenkins, Lekelia (Kiki)
kikij@u.washington.edu
Assistant Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs The theoretical and empirical study of the invention and adoption of marine conservation technologies and of the process of marine conservation; the integration of "laypeople" expertise into scientific decision-making.
Kelly, Ryan
rpkelly@uw.edu
Assistant Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Environmental Law and Policy, Ocean Acidification, Marine Ecology, Population Genetics, and Marine Monitoring
Klinger, Terrie
tklinger@uw.edu
Director and Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Stan and Alta Barer Endowed Professor of Sustainability Science; Adjunct Professor, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences Application of ecological theory to marine environmental decision making; change detection in nearshore ecosystems; ecosystem response and restoration.
Leschine, Thomas
tml@uw.edu
Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Ben Rabinowitz Endowed Professor of the Human Dimensions of the Environment; Adjunct Professor, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences Environmental decision making; long-term institutional management of long-lived hazards; marine environmental policy; coastal environmental restoration; marine pollution policy and management.
Miller, Marc
mlmiller@uw.edu
Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Adjunct Professor, Department of Anthropology; Adjunct Professor, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences; Professor; (Courtesy) Department of Sociology, University of Oregon Maritime anthropology; cognitive anthropology; anthropology of work and leisure; and social and cultural change.
O'Donnell, Jimmy
jimmyod@uw.edu
Research Associate (Postdoctoral Fellow), School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Evolutionary ecology, population genetics, and phylogenetics
Stevenson, Todd
todd36@uw.edu
Research Associate (Postdoctoral Fellow), School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Marine resource management; international live reef fish trades; human dimensions of marine protected areas; quantitative social and ecological models.
Emeritus
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Crutchfield, James
jcrutch@rockisland.com
Professor (Emeritus), School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Professor (Emeritus), Department of Economics and Graduate School of Public Affairs Natural resources economics; policy and management of marine and environmental resources; industrial organization and price policy.
Duxbury, Alyn
aduxbury@uw.edu
Associate Professor (Emeritus), School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Associate Professor, School of Oceanography Descriptive physical oceanography with emphasis on coastal and estuarine processes and education.
Huppert, Daniel
huppert@uw.edu
Professor (Emeritus), School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences; Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Economics Evolution and application of economic and institutional frameworks in conservation programs for marine resources; assessment of alternative institutional approaches to government/private conservation programs, especially fishery management-related pro-grams.
Kaczynski, Wlodzimierz (Vlad)
vkaczyn@uw.edu
(Retired) Associate Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Adjunct Associate Professor, Jackson School of International Studies; Affiliate Professor, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth, Republic of South Africa International economics and policies of marine resources; globalization and ocean/coastal environment; strategic and business planning of marine resources; capacity building and reform programs in development and management of maritime sectors in developing countries and transition economies.
Miles, Edward
edmiles@uw.edu
Professor (Emeritus), School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Professor (Emeritus), Graduate School of Public Affairs; Adjunct Professor, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences; Virginia and Prentice Bloedel Professor of Marine Studies. Senior Fellow, University of Washington Joint Institute for Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean (JISAO) International law and organization; science, technology, and international relations; marine policy and ocean management; and the human dimensions of the impacts of climate variability and change.
Adjunct
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Delaney, John
jdelaney@uw.edu
Adjunct Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Professor, School of Oceanography Geochemistry and tectonics with special interest in the role of volatiles in submarine basalts.
Gallucci, Vincent
vgallucc@uw.edu
Adjunct Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Professor, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences International and world fisheries management; biostatistics; population dynamics; mathematical modeling
Parrish, Julia
jparrish@uw.edu
Adjunct Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Associate Professor, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences; Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Diversity, College of the Environment. Animal Aggregation, Fish School, Conservation, Bycatch and Environmental Change
Ryan, Clare
cmryan@uw.edu
Adjunct Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Evans School of Public Affairs; School of Law. Professor, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences. Director, Program on the Environment. Natural Resource Policy Formulation and Implementation; Collaborative Governance and Resource Management; Science-Policy Interactions.
Affiliate
Name Title Specialities field_purl
Aron, William
waron@uw.edu
Affiliate Professor (retired), School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Marine science policy development; research administration; midwater sampling; ecology of the North Pacific; ecosystem changes caused by human activities; management of living marine resources; national and international science bureaucracies; the role of the legislative and executive branches of government in marine science activities.
Baker , Mary
bakermc@uw.edu
Affiliate Associate Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Branch Chief, Northwest/Great Lakes Region, NOAA OR&R Assessment and Restoration Division. Oil spill and hazardous waste site preparedness, response, and remediation, especially in Arctic communities; Developing stakeholder, agency, and community partnerships to prepare for and respond to oil spills.
Bryant, Beth C.
bcbryant@uw.edu
Affiliate Assistant Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Ocean and coastal law and policy; environmental regulatory compliance and permitting; integration of law, science, and policy in natural resource management; policy analysis; natural resources management; organizational behavior; legal and regulatory aspects of alternative energy development.
Copping, Andrea
acopping@uw.edu
Affiliate Associate Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Environmental monitoring design; effects of pollutants in marine environment; phytoplankton/water column dynamics; food chain interactions.
Dalton, Penelope
pdalton@uw.edu
Affiliate Associate Professor, School of Marine Affairs; Director, Washington Sea Grant Program Developing and implementing innovative, science-based policy solutions to complex marine and environmental issues; marine and fisheries management. http://wsg.washington.edu/bios/dalton.html
Dicks, David
dicksd@uw.edu
Affiliate Associate Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Environmental law, public policy and decision making, partnership formation and stakeholder engagement in the public policy process, Puget Sound conservation and recovery.
Hass, Todd
thass@uw.edu
Affiliate Assistant Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Program Manager, Puget Sound Partnership Coastal and pelagic ecology; climate change modeling and policy; maritime traffic risk assessment; oil spill prevention policy; citizen science ; social marketing; ornithology
Haynie, Alan
alan.haynie@noaa.gov
Affiliate Assistant Professor, Economist, NOAA Fisheries Alaska Fisheries Science Center Natural resource economics and fisheries management; fisher location choice models; fleet behavior; economics of marine reserves and marine protected areas; bycatch reduction programs; catch shares; climate change.
Himes-Cornell, Amber
ahimes2@uw.edu
Affiliate Assistant Professor; Social Scientist, NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center Alaskan fishing communities; Climate change; Community dependence adn engagement in fisheries; human dimensions of fisheries management; Fishery rationalization and catch shares; Qualitative Social Research Methods.
Newton, Jan
newton@apl.washington.edu
Affiliate Assistant Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Principal Oceanographer, Applied Physics Laboratory The interface of science and policy; biological oceanography, particularly as it applies in Puget Sound.
Pavia, Robert
bobpavia@uw.edu
Affiliate Associate Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Lecturer Program on the Environment Practical application of ecosystem-based management and marine protected areas; disaster science - examining oil spills to understand marine science, management, and public policy.
Pollnac, Richard
rp27@uw.edu
Affiliate Professor; Research Professor, University of Rhode Island, Department of Marine Affairs Maritime anthropology, fisheries management, coastal resource development.
Secord, David
dave4317@gmail.com
Affiliate Associate Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Program Officer, Alaska and British Columbia, Wilburforce Foundation, Seattle. Natural resource policy formulation and implementation; urban ecology.
White, Alan
alanw4@uw.edu
Affiliate Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Design and implementation of coast resource management strategies, focus on tropical areas and Southeast Asia.