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Amanda Gladics
Assistant Professor, Oregon Sea Grant Extension

Coastal Fisheries Extension Faculty

Education and engagement, sustainable fisheries management, seabird-fisheries interactions

Amanda Gladics is Oregon Sea Grant's assistant professor of coastal fisheries on the north coast and Columbia River, based at the OSU Extension Service - Clatsop County office in Astoria. She provides community education programs related to commercial fisheries that foster sustainability of fishery resources, and the public's understanding of those resources. 

Clatsop County
Fisheries and Wildlife
OSU Extension - Clatsop County
2001 Marine Drive
Astoria, OR 97103
United States
503 325 8573

Biography

M.S. – Marine Resource Management, Oregon State University, 2012
B.S.  – Natural Resources, Oregon State University, 2009

Publications

Humphries GRW, Flemming SA, Gladics AJ, Hammer S, Hart KA, Hirata K, Antolos M, Kappes PJ, Magnusdottir E, Major HL, McDuie F, McOmber K, Orben RA, Schmid MS, Willie M. 2016. Bridging the gap from student to senior scientist: Recommendations for engaging early-career scientists in professional biological societies. Marine Ornithology 44: 157-166.

Gladics AJ, Suryan RM, Parrish JK, Horton CA, Daly EA, Peterson WT. 2015. Environmental drivers and reproductive consequences of variation in the diet of a marine predator. Journal of Marine Systems doi: 10.1016/j.jmarsys.2014.06.015

Leising A, Schroeder ID, Bograd SJ, Bjorkstedt E, Field J, Sakuma K, Abell J, Robertson RR, Tyburczy J, Peterson W, Brodeur RD, Barcelo C, Auth TD, Daly EA, Campbell GS, Hildebrand JA, Suryan RM, Gladics AJ, Horton CA, Kahru M, Manzano-Sarabia M, McClatchie S, Weber ED, Watson W, Santora JA, Sydeman WJ, Melin SR, DeLong RL, Largier J, Kim SY, Chavez FP, Golightly GT, Schneider SR, Warzybok P, Bradley R, Jahncke J, Fisher J, Peterson J. State of the California Current 2013-2014: El NiƱo Looming. California Cooperative Fisheries Investigations Reports, vol. 55.

Gladics AJ, Suryan RM, Brodeur RD, Segui LM, Filliger LZ. 2014. Constancy and change in marine predator diets across a shift in oceanographic conditions in the northern California Current. Marine Biology doi: 10.1007/s00227-013-2384-4

Wells B, Schroeder ID, Santora JA, Hazen EL, Bograd SJ, Bjorkstedt E, Loeb VJ, McClatchie S, Weber ED, Watson W, Thompson AR, Peterson W, Brodeur RD, Harding J, Field J, Sakuma K, Hayes S, Mantua N, Sydeman WJ, Losekoot M, Thompson SA, Largier J, Kim SY, Chavez FP, Barcelo C, Warzybok P, Bradley R, Jahncke J, Goericke R, Campbell GS, Hildebrand JA, Melin SR, DeLong RL, Gomez-Valdes J, Lavaniegos B, Gaxiola-Castro G, Golightly RT, Schneider SR, Lo N, Suryan RM, Gladics AJ, Horton CA, Fisher J, Morgan C, Peterson J, Daly EA, Auth TD, and Abell J. State of the California Current 2012-2013: No Such Thing as an “Average” Year. California Cooperative Fisheries Investigations Reports, vol. 54.

Bjorkstedt EP , Goericke R, McClatchie S, Weber E, Watson W, Lo N, Peterson WT, Brodeur RD, Auth T, Fisher J, Morgan C, Peterson J, Largier J, Bograd SJ, Durazo R, Gaxiola-Castro G, Laveniegos B, Chavez FP, Collins CA, Hannah B, Field J, Sakuma K, Satterthwaite W, O’Farrell M, Hayes S, Harding J, Sydeman WJ, Thompson SA, Warzybok P, Bradley R, Jahncke J, Golightly RT, Schneider SR, Suryan R, Gladics AJ, Horton CA, Kim SY, Melin SR, Delong RL, Abell J. 2013. State of the California Current 2011-2012: Ecosystems respond to local forcing as La Nina wavers and wanes. California Cooperative Fisheries Investigations Reports, vol. 53