Lorenzo Ciannelli

Biological Oceanography

My primary research focus is on fisheries oceanography and marine ecosystem ecology. I am interested in the causes of spatial and temporal variations of marine populations. Most of this work is focused on the early life stages of fish – variability at the population level is closely linked to egg, larval and juvenile survival in marine organisms. Data for my research is obtained through both field and experimentally designed studies. Analysis combines both mathematical and statisical modeling, primarily through use of the ‘R’ statistical computing package.

  • Recent Research Presentations

[1] Fixed and labile attributes of spawning locations and the life-history strategy of marine fishes

[2] Geographical and environmentally driven spawning distributions in marine large pelagic predators

Mailing address:
Oregon State University
104 CEOAS Admin Bldg
Corvallis, OR 97331-5503
Office: Burt 202
Email: lciannel@coas.oregonstate.edu
Phone: 541.737.3142
Fax: 541.737.2064