High resolution modeling of global biodiversity
NASA MODIS, IUCN, neural networks, and interaction elucidation
Understanding structure and function of long term oceanic shifts through machine learning
Data compilation, database query, museum sampling, indicator species, machine learning, and visualization.
Sentiment analysis and natural language processing
NLP based longitudinal analysis of science and media corpora to enhance knowledge extraction
Modeling intentions to sanction among anglers in a catch-and-release recreational fishery for golden dorado (Salminus brasiliensis) in Salta, Argentina. In Review.
In recreational fisheries where formal enforcement is lacking, anglers themselves may play an important role in increasing C&R adoption through interpersonal sanctioning, i.e., self-policing. To date, little research has examined factors that predict anglers’ willingness to sanction others’ behavior in C&R fisheries.
Trophic downgrading in tropical terns accross three ocean regions (Tyler O. Gagné, K. David Hyrenbach, Molly E. Hagemann, Oron L. Bass, Stuart L. Pimm, Mark MacDonald, Brian Peck, and Kyle S. Van Houtan). In Prep.
The trophic signature of seabirds suggests shifts in oceanic ecosystems (Tyler O. Gagné, K. David Hyrenbach, Molly E. Hagemann, and Kyle S. Van Houtan). Science Advances. 2017.
Modeling intentions to sanction among anglers in a catch-and-release recreational fishery for golden dorado (Salminus brasiliensis) in Salta, Argentina (Daniel Chapman, Tyler O. Gagné, Kimberly L. Ovitz, Lucas P. Griffin, Andy J. Danylchuk and Ezra Markowitz). Human Dimensions of Wildlife. In Final Revision.
Individual‐level behavioral responses of immature green turtles to snorkeler disturbance (Lucas P. Griffin, Jacob W. Brownscombe, Tyler O. Gagné, Alexander D. M. Wilson, Steven J. Cooke, and Andy J. Danylchuk). Oecologia 2016.
Evaluating the consequences of catch-and-release recreational angling on golden dorado (Salminus brasiliensis) in Salta, Argentina (Tyler O. Gagne, Kimberly L. Ovitz, Lucas P. Griffin, Jacob W. Brownscombe, Steven J. Cooke, Andy J. Danylchuk). Fisheries Research 2017.
Physiological stress and reflex impairment of recreationally angled bonefish in Puerto Rico (Jacob W. Brownscombe, Lucas P. Griffin, Tyler Gagne, Christopher R. Haak, Steven J. Cooke and Andy J. Danylchuk). Environmental Biology of Fish 2015.
Applying network methods to acoustic telemetry data: Modeling the movements of tropical marine fishes (J.T. Finn, J.W. Brownscombe, C.R. Haak, S.J. Cooke, R. Cormier, T. Gagne, A.J. Danylchuk). Ecological Modeling 2014