Carl G. Meyer, Ph. D. Assistant Researcher




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Carl G. Meyer, Ph.D. Assistant Researcher

Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology • PO Box 1346 • Kaneohe HI 97644



Tel: 808-236-7477 • Fax: 808-236-7443 • Email: carlm@hawaii.edu • http://www.hawaii.edu/HIMB/ReefPredator/
Professional Preparation


Institution

Location

Major

Degree

Year

University of Plymouth

Plymouth, England

Biological Sciences

BSc

1990

University of Plymouth

Plymouth, England

Biological Sciences

MPhil

1993

University of Hawaii

Hawaii, USA

Zoology

PhD

2003


Appointments


Position

Department

Institution

Location

Year

Assistant Researcher

SOEST

University of Hawaii

Hawaii

2003

Fisheries Biologist

Environment

States of Jersey

Jersey CI

1989


Publications;
Meyer CG, Holland KN. 2012. Autonomous measurement of ingestion and digestion processes in free swimming sharks. Journal of Experimental Biology. 215, 3681-3684. doi:10.1242/jeb.075432.
Iosilevskii G, Papastamatiou YP, Meyer CG, Holland KN. 2012. Energetics of the yo-yo dives of predatory sharks. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 294:172–181.
Papastamatiou YP, Cartamil DP, Lowe CG, Meyer CG, Wetherbee, BM, Holland KN. 2011. Scales of orientation, directed walks, and movement path structure in sharks. Journal of Animal Ecology. 80:864-874.
Nakamura I, Watanabe YY, Papastamatiou YP, Sato K, Meyer CG. 2011. Yo-yo vertical movements suggest a foraging strategy for tiger sharks Galeocerdo cuvier. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 424: 237–246. doi: 10.3354/meps08980
Meyer CG, Papastamatiou YP, Holland KN. 2010. A multiple instrument approach to quantifying the movement patterns and habitat use of Tiger (Galeocerdo cuvier) and Galapagos sharks (Carcharhinus galapagensis) at French Frigate Shoals, Hawaii. Marine Biology. 157:1857–1868. DOI: 10.1007/s00227-010-1457-x
Meyer CG, Papastamatiou YP, Clark TB. 2010. Differential movement patterns and site fidelity among trophic groups of reef fishes in a Hawaiian Marine Protected Area. Marine Biology. 157:1499-1793. DOI: 10.1007/s00227-010-1424-6
Meyer CG, Dale JJ, Papastamatiou YP, Whitney NM, Holland KN. 2009. Seasonal cycles and long-term trends in abundance and species composition of sharks associated with cage diving ecotourism activities in Hawaii. Environmental Conservation. 36: 104–111
Meyer CG, Clark TB, Papastamatiou YP, Whitney NM, Holland KN. 2009. Long-term movements of tiger sharks (Galeocerdo cuvier) in Hawaii. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 381: 223–235
Meyer CG, Burgess WC, Papastamatiou YP, Holland KN. 2008. Use of an implanted sound recording device (Bioacoustic Probe) to document the acoustic environment of a blacktip reef shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus). Aquatic Living Resources. 20:291–298.
Meyer CG, Holland KN, Papastamatiou YP. 2007. Seasonal and diel movements of giant trevally (Caranx ignobilis) at remote Hawaiian atolls: implications for the design of Marine Protected Areas. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 333: 13-25.

Grants and Awards;
2010-2012 National Sea Grant College Program: Ecosystem resilience to the introduction and spread of invasive species: Is there a role for herbivore diversity and standing stock? An Insular Pacific regional project. (P.I.: $ $79,913)
2011-2012 Hawaii Sea Grant Program: Utilizing accelerometers and miniature video cameras to quantify foraging and habitat use in free-ranging sharks. (P.I.: $9,966).
2007-2012 Hawaii DLNR Division of Aquatic Resources. Acoustic monitoring of long-term movement patterns, habitat use and site fidelity of food and game fishes in the Main Hawaiian Islands. (P.I.: $236,864)
2008-2010 International Game Fish Association. Movement patterns and survivorship of giant trevally in catch and release sport fisheries. (P.I.: $144,345)
2007-2008 Hawaii Sea Grant Program: Do ocean farms attract tiger sharks? Movement patterns of tiger sharks along the Kona coast. (P.I.: $9,890).
2007-2008 North Shore Shark Adventures & Hawaii Shark Encounters. Site fidelity and movement patterns of sharks associated with commercial shark watching tours (P.I.: $49,744).
2007-2008 Hawaii Sea Grant Program: Acoustic monitoring of long-term movement patterns, habitat use and site fidelity of coral reef fishes: Implications for Marine Protected Area design (P.I.: $37,523).
2005-2006 NOAA General Coral Reef Conservation Grant: Acoustic monitoring of long-term movement patterns, habitat use and site fidelity of coral reef fishes: Implications for Marine Protected Area design (P.I.: $28,750).
2005-2006 Hawaii Sea Grant Program: Foraging ecology and movement patterns of blacktip reef sharks at Palmyra atoll (P.I.: $9.975).
2001 University of Hawaii, 26th Annual Albert L. Tester Memorial Symposium, Best Student Paper Award. ($1,000).



 

Meyer

Refereed Articles

 

first or sole authored

11

co-authored int'l journals

14

Refereed Book Chapters

 

first or sole authored

0

co-authored

0

Refereed Technical Reports

 

first or sole authored

0

co-authored

0

Refereed Books

 

first or sole authored

0

co-authored

0

first or sole editor

0

co-editor

0

Refereed Outreach and Extension Publications

 

first or sole authored

0

co-authored

0

Other

 

Citations

256

Grants and Contracts

 

PI (#/$)

11/$568,245

Co-PI (#/$)

0

Co-Researcher (#/$)

 

Facilities and Field Programs

 

Supervisor of major facility - describe

 

Chief scientist or participant

 

Year - description

07-12 Movement patterns of game fishes in Hawaii

Year - description

07-10 Site fidelity, movement patterns of sharks associated with commercial shark watching tours

Year - description

08-11 Accelerometer studies of shark behavior and biomechanics

Year - description

07-09 Movement patterns of coral reef fishes in Kealakekua Bay

Advising

 

# stud. (grant /not grant)

 

BA/BS

0

Masters

0

PHD

0

Grad Committee (not as chair)

0

Other mentorships

 

Postdoctoral fellows

0

Technical Staff

0

Instructional Activities

 

Fall 2007

0

Spring 2008

0

Fall 2008

0

Summer 2009

 

Spring 2009

0

Fall 2009

0

Spring 2010

0

Fall 2010

0

Spring 2011

0

Fall 2011

0

Spring 2012

0

Professional Service

 

Date - Description

09-Informational briefing on shark ecotourism to HA legislature

Date - Description

09-Informational briefing on shark ecotourism to Wespac Committee

Date - Description

09-Briefing on shark predation on seals to Marine Mammal Commission

Date - Description

08-Advisor on shark behavior to monk seal predation group

Editing

 

Editor/Assoc Ed Journal

0

Book reviews/other

0

Journal reviews

0

Public Engagement

 

Date - Description

12-Scientific presentation to student body & faculty at Bringham Young University

Date - Description

12-Scientific presentation to Wildlife Computers employees in Seattle

Date - Description

09-Scientific presentation to employees of Damon Key Leong law firm

Date - Description

10-Creation of Reef Predator website to inform public of research activities

Date - Description

09 Talk Story Science presentation to Hui Malama o Pupukea Waimea

Awards & Special Recognitions

 

Date - Description

10-Elected Fellow of the Institute of Biology










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