John Wiedenmann
John Wiedenmann
Fisheries science and management; behavioral modeling; Antarctic krill

Cook Campus
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
Dept of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources (DEENR)

Dr. Wiedenmann is a fisheries biologist, focusing on the population dynamics and management of marine species. Connections between the oceans and the atmosphere have broad implications for fisheries management, and the social institutions that depend on them. He was formerly a member of IMCS, and found it a great resource for fostering ideas and collaborations with people who worked in the marine environment. Members of EOAS will have even broader areas of academic interest, and John is happy to be a part of this new Institute.