Bill Pine

Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611

352.273.3650

billpine@ufl.edu

SUMMARY

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation at the University of Florida. I also have joint appointments with the Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Program and the School of Natural Resources at the University of Florida. My research focuses on processes that structure aquatic ecosystems.

EXPERIENCE

Associate Professor (Tenured), University of Florida
Gainesville, FL — 2011-Present
70% Research-30% Teaching Appointment

Key Research Accomplishments

Lead continental scale research on riverine ecosystems

Key Teaching Responsibilities

Undergraduate and graduate teaching responsibilities

EDUCATION

North Carolina State University
PhD — 2000-2003, Zoology

University of Florida
MS — 1997-1999, Fisheries

Auburn University
BS — 1993-1997, Fisheries Science

KEY RECENT PUBLICATIONS

The following is a list of recent publications that reflect the type of work my students, colleagues, and I have been up to. See my Google Scholar page for the most up-to-date list.

Finch, C., W. E. Pine, III, C. B. Yackulic, M. J. Dodrill, M. Yard, B. S. Gerig, L. G. Coggins, Jr. and J. Korman. In-press. Assessing juvenile native fish demographic responses to a steady flow experiment in a large regulated river. River Research and Applications DOI: 10.1002/rra.2893.

Ahrens, R.N.M., and W. E. Pine, III. 2014. Informing recovery goals based on historical population size and extant habitat: A case study of the Gulf Sturgeon. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 6:274-286.

Dodrill, M.J., C.B. Yackulic, B. S. Gerig, W. E. Pine, III, J. Korman, and C. Finch. 2014. Do management actions to restore rare habitat benefit native fish conservation? Distribution of juvenile native fish among shoreline habitats of the Colorado River. River Research and Applications. DOI 10.1002/rra/2842

Rudd, M. B., R. N. M. Ahrens, W. E. Pine, III, and S. K. Bolden. 2014. Empirical, spatially explicit natural mortality and movement rate estimates for the threatened Gulf sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.

Finch, C., W. E. Pine, III, K. E. Limburg. 2014. Do hydropeaking flows alter juvenile fish growth rates? A test with juvenile humpback chub in the Colorado River. River Research and Applications. DOI 10.1002/rra.2725

Gerig, B. S., W. E. Pine, III, and M. J. Dodrill. 2014. Habitat selection and movement of humpback chub in the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, AZ during an experimental flow. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34:39-48.

Limburg, K. E., T. A Hayden, W. E. Pine, III, M. D.Yard, R. Kozdon, and J. W. Valley. 2013. Of Travertine and Time: Otolith chemistry and microstructure detect provenance and demography of endangered humpback chub in Grand Canyon USA. PLoS One 8(12), E84235 http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0084235.

Seavey, J. R., W. E. Pine, III, P. Frederick, L. Sturmer, and M. Berrigan. 2011. Decadal changes in oyster reefs in the Big Bend of Florida’s Gulf Coast. Ecospace. http://www.esajournals.org/loi/ecsp