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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
Donelan, Sarah C., Breitburg, Denise L. and Ogburn, Matthew B.
Context-dependent carryover effects of hypoxia and warming in a coastal ecosystem engineer.
Heggie, Keira and Ogburn, Matthew B.
Rapid video assessment detects qualitative differences in oyster reef habitat.
Marine Ecology Progress Series,
Semmler, Robert Francis, Ogburn, Matthew Bryan, Aguilar, Robert, North, Elizabeth Watkins, Reaka, Marjorie Lindquist and Hines, Anson Hemingway.
The influence of blue crab movement on mark-recapture estimates of recreational harvest and exploitation.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences,
Bangley, Charles W., Whoriskey, Frederick G., Young, Joy M. and Ogburn, Matthew B.
Networked Animal Telemetry in the Northwest Atlantic and Caribbean Waters.
Marine and Coastal Fisheries,
Edwards, Michelle L., Balazik, Matthew T., Bangley, Charles W., Aguilar, Robert and Ogburn, Matthew B.
Detection of a Mature Atlantic Sturgeon in the Patuxent River, Maryland, Using Passive Acoustic Telemetry.
Staaterman, E., Gallagher, A. J., Holder, P. E., Reid, C. H., Altieri, A. H., Ogburn, M. B., Rummer, J. L. and Cooke, S. J.
Exposure to boat noise in the field yields minimal stress response in wild reef fish.
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.