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Ph.D. Environment, Duke University Marine Laboratory, 2008
Conservation science. Estuarine and marine ecology. Restoration ecology. Sustainable fisheries. Population and community ecology. Animal behavior and physiology. Movement ecology. Larval dispersal and recruitment. Migratory life history strategies. Ecosystem-based fisheries management. Long-term studies. Global change.
Blog: Blue Crab Blog: All things blue crabs, Chesapeake Bay, and marine conservation
Plough, Louis, V., Ogburn, Matthew Bryan, Fitzgerald, Catherine L., Geranio, Rose, Marafino, Gabriella A. and Richie, Kimberly D.
Environmental DNA analysis of river herring in Chesapeake Bay: A powerful tool for monitoring threatened keystone species.
Aguilar, Robert, Ogburn, Matthew Bryan, Driskell, Amy C., Weigt, Lee A., Groves, Mary C. and Hines, Anson H.
Gutsy genetics: identification of digested piscine prey items in the stomach contents of sympatric native and introduced warmwater catfishes via DNA barcoding.
Environmental Biology of Fishes,
Ogburn, Matthew Bryan, Harrison, Autumn-Lynn, Whoriskey, Frederick G., Cooke, Steven J., Flemming, Mills, E, Joanna and Torres, Leigh G.
Addressing Challenges in the Application of Animal Movement Ecology to Aquatic Conservation and Management.
Frontiers in Marine Science,
Ogburn, Matthew Bryan, Hasselman, Daniel J., Schultz, Thomas F. and Palkovacs, Eric P.
Genetics and Juvenile Abundance Dynamics show Congruent Patterns of Population Structure for Depleted River Herring Populations in the Upper Chesapeake Bay.
North American Journal of Fisheries Management,
Ogburn, Matthew Bryan, Spires, Jason, Aguilar, Robert, Goodison, Michael R., Heggie, Keira, Kinnebrew, Eva, McBurney, William, Richie, Kimberly D., Roberts, Paige M. and Hines, Anson H.
Assessment of River Herring Spawning Runs in a Chesapeake Bay Coastal Plain Stream using Imaging Sonar.
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society,
Staaterman, Erica R., Ogburn, Matthew Bryan, Altieri, Andrew H., Brandl, Simon J., Whippo, Ross, Seemann, Janina, Goodison, Michael R. and Duffy, James Emmett.
Bioacoustic measurements complement visual biodiversity surveys: preliminary evidence from four shallow marine habitats.
Marine Ecology Progress Series,
Rick, Torben C., Reeder-Myers, Leslie, Hofman, Courtney A., Breitburg, Denise L., Lockwood, Rowan, Henkes, Gregory, Kellogg, Lisa, Lowery, Darrin, Luckenbach, Mark W., Mann, Roger, Ogburn, Matthew Bryan, Southworth, Melissa, Wah, John, Wesson, James and Hines, Anson H.
Millennial-scale sustainability of the Chesapeake Bay Native American oyster fishery.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America,