William (Bill) E. Pine, III
Position: Assistant Professor
Appointment: Research: 60% Teaching: 40%
Ph.D.: 2003, North Carolina State University
M.S.: 1999, University of Florida
B.S.: 1997, Auburn University
University of Florida
Assistant Professor, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, 2009 to present. Assistant Professor, Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 2005 – 2009.
Teaching Responsibilities at UF (last 5 years):
2005-Present: WIS 6932 - Stream Fish Biology
2006-Present: ALS 5932 - Ecological Statistics and Design
2006-2009: FAS 6932 - Fisheries Ecology and Management
2005-2008: FAS 5276 - Field Ecology of Aquatic Organisms
Graduate Students (last 5 years):
Chair/co-chair: PhD 4; MS 9
Committee member: PhD 4; MS 5
International Activities (last 5 years) Design and analyses assistance for assessing the relationships between hydrologic regimes and spawning patterns of highly migratory catfishes (Family: Pimelodidae) in Peruvian Amazon, Madre de Dios River, Peru; Provide design assistance and equipment for development of a tagging program to estimate movement and exploitation of giant mahseer (Family: Cyprinidae) in the Cauvery (Kaveri) River in cooperation with the Wildlife Association of South India and the Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment; Guidance on tagging programs to estimate abundance and exploitation patterns for large river fishes, Department of Primary Industries, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Research area: Primary research responsibilities are related to evaluating how animal populations respond to management actions. Additional areas of research include developing new estimation techniques for evaluating trends in animal populations, estimating population vital rates, and management policy development.
Grants/Contracts/Gifts (last 5 years): $2,791,508 (U.S. Geologic Survey, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration – Fisheries, St. Johns River Water Management District, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission)
Publications (Career Summary) 30 refereed journal articles, 1 book, 1 book chapters, 5 non-refereed publications, and 3 peer-reviewed monographs, proceedings or stock assessments.
Canas, C. M. and W. E. Pine, III. Accepted. Documentation of the temporal and spatial patterns of Pimelodidae catfish spawning and larvae dispersion in the Madre de Dios River (Peru): Insights for conservation in the Andean-Amazon headwaters. River Research and Applications
Flowers, H. J., W. E. Pine, III, A. C. Dutterer, K. G. Johnson, J. W. Ziewitz, M. S. Allen, and F. M. Parauka. 2009. Spawning site selection and potential implications of modified flow regimes on viability of Gulf sturgeon populations. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138:1266-1284.
Pine, W. E., III, S. J. D. Martell, C. J. Walters, and J. F. Kitchell. 2009. Counterintuitive responses of fish populations to management actions: Some common causes and implications for predictions based on ecosystem modeling. Fisheries 34: 165-180.
Catalano, M. J., A. C. Dutterer, W. E. Pine, III, and M. S. Allen. 2009. Effects of variable mortality and recruitment on performance of catch-curve residuals as indicators of fish year class strength. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:295-305.
Martell, S. J. D., W. E. Pine, III, and C. J. Walters. 2008. Parameterizing age-structured models from a fisheries management perspective. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65: 975-988.
Pine, W. E., III, S. J. D. Martell, O. P. Jensen, C. J. Walters, and J. F. Kitchell. 2008. Effects of post-release mortality of the efficacy of length limits and catch-and-release policies: a case study of blue, white, and striped marlin. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65: 975-988.
Coggins, L. G. Jr., M. J. Catalano, M. S. Allen, W. E. Pine, III, and C. J. Walters. 2007. Effects of cryptic mortality and the hidden costs of using length limits in fishery management. Fish and Fisheries 9: 196-210.
Pollock, K. H. and W. E. Pine, III. 2007. The design of field studies to estimate catch and release mortality. Fisheries Ecology and Management 14: 1-8.
Pine, W. E., III, T. J. Kwak, and J. A. Rice. 2007. Modeling management scenarios and the effects of an introduced apex predator on a coastal riverine fish community. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136: 105-120.
Coggins, L. G., W. E. Pine, III, C. J. Walters, D. R. Van Haverbeke, D. Ward, and L. Johnstone. 2006. Abundance trends and status of the Little Colorado River population of Humpback Chub Gila cypha. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26: 233-245.
Coggins, L. G., W. E. Pine, III, C. J. Walters, and S. J. D. Martell. 2006. Age-structured mark-recapture analysis (ASMR): A VPA based model for analyzing age-structured capture-recapture data. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26:201-205.
Kwak, T. J., W. E. Pine, III, and D. S. Waters. 2006. Age, growth, and mortality of introduced flathead catfish in Atlantic rivers and a review of other populations. North American Journal of Fisheries Managemetn 26:73-87.
Taylor, R. G., J. A. Whittington, W. E. Pine, III, and K. H. Pollock. 2006. Effect of rewards on angler return rates of tagged common snook in southeast Florida. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26:645-651.
Pine, W. E., III, K. H. Pollock, J. E. Hightower, T. J. Kwak, J. A. Rice. 2003. A review of tagging methods for estimating fish population size and components of mortality. Fisheries 28: 10-23.
Pine, W. E., III, M. S. Allen, and V. J. Dreitz. 2001. Population viability of the Gulf of Mexico sturgeon: Inferences from capture-recapture and age-structured models. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130: 1164-1174.