Welcome. I’m Edward Gregr, a marine ecologist with interests in the intersection of species distributions, human ecology, and resource management.

BACKGROUND

I have over 30 years of experience studying nearshore and pelagic ecosystems, species, and ecosystem services in the Pacific Northwest and Eastern Pacific Ocean. I work in both academia and consulting, blending the best of both worlds. I have a great bunch of colleagues and collaborators in both domains.

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RESEARCH INTERESTS

ECOSYSTEM MODELS

My work continues to advance our understanding of species distributions, and the production of appropriate drivers of those distributions. Current foci include multi-species models, ecosystem service production, and evaluation metrics.

SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS

Extending biophysical models to how people benefit from and interact with natural systems is essential to support equitable, sustainable management. Examples include impacts and their mitigation, balancing diverse services and benefits, and marine spatial planning.

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