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Morgan H. Bond

School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences

University of Washington

1122 NE Boat St.

Seattle, WA 98105

(206) 616-5761

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Education


2008-2013              Ph.D., School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington, June 2013
2003-2006              M.A., Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz, CA), June 2006
1997-2001              B.S., Marine Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz, CA), June 2001

Professional Experience


2013-               Post-Doctoral Researcher, Thomas P. Quinn, University of Washington-School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences

2006-2008       Staff Research Associate, Dr. R. Bruce MacFarlane, National Marine Fisheries Service Southwest Fisheries Science Center- Santa Cruz, CA
Duties: Oversee ecological field research of salmonids in Scott Creek, including developing new fish telemetry systems and stable isotope techniques, and advising an undergraduate senior thesis student.

2002-2003       Field/Laboratory Technician, Dr. R. Bruce MacFarlane, National Marine Fisheries Service Southwest Fisheries Science Center- Santa Cruz, CA
Duties: Operation of field and laboratory research relating to the ecology of salmonids in central California, including fish handling, chemical assays and scale reading.

2001-2002       Sub-tidal Technician UCSC (PISCO) Dr. Mark Carr, Long Marine Laboratory- Santa Cruz, CA
Duties: Conduct SCUBA surveys of kelp forest invertebrates, algae and fishes. Operate and maintain University boats.

2000                Undergraduate Research Assistant (NSF REU), Dr. Mark Carr, UCSC and Dr. Mark Hixon, Oregon State University. Caribbean Marine Research Center- Bahamas
Duties: Setup and monitor ecological studies of damselfish using SCUBA. Operate and maintain boats and equipment. Track acoustically-tagged bar jacks.

Professional Activities


2006-               Peer Review for: California Sea Grant, Environmental Biology of Fishes, North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Northwest Naturalist,Journal of Applied Ichthyology, Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Aquatic Living Resources
2012                Organizer – UW-AFS Stable Isotope Workshop
2010                Vice-President – UW AFS student subunit
2009                Treasurer – UW AFS student subunit
2007                Symposium co-organizer and moderator “coho salmon: the biology and conservation” AFS Annual meeting, San Francisco, CA
2002-06           NMFS liaison for UCSC Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee

 Volunteer Experience


2000-2001       Scuba Club President, UCSC
1999 & 2001   Annual Baja California Kelp Forest Survey, Dr. Matt Edwards, UCSC
1999                Diving Research Assistant, Dr. Mark Carr, UCSC 
1996                Willow Creek Salmon Habitat Restoration, Sonoma County, CA

Teaching Experience


2013       Instructor: Fisheries Ecology (Fish 312). UW
2010-12 Teaching Assistant: Pacific Salmon Life History & Behavior (Fish 450). UW
2012      Teaching Assistant: Aquatic Ecological Research in Alaska (Fish 491). UW
2009      Teaching Assistant: Fisheries Ecology (Fish 312). UW
2005      Teaching Assistant: Kelp Forest Ecology (Biology 161). UCSC

Awards and Grants


2012    Best PhD Oral Presentation, UW Fisheries Graduate Student Symposium. Bust a gut! Phenotypic plasticity in a sometimes anadromous salmonid.                                2012    Honorable mention: Best student oral presentationThe anadromous migration timing of Dolly Varden in the Eastern Pacific. WA-BC AFS Chapter annual meeting, Victoria, BC
2012    School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences Faculty Merit Award
2011    Washington Fly Fishing Club Foundation Research Award, $2400
2011    Institute for Food Sciences and Technology Endowment Scholarship
2011    H. Mason Keeler Endowment for Excellence Scholarship
2008    People’s Choice Best Presentation, UW Fisheries Graduate Student Symposium. Stable isotopes indicate marine nutrients are important to steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) rearing in freshwater lagoons
2006    Marine Fisheries Section Student Travel Award American Fisheries Society
2005    Honorable Mention Best Student Paper in Genetics and Population Biology, Western Society of Naturalists. Monterey, CA, Estuaries as steelhead nursery habitat: growth and survival of coastal California steelhead and the estuary life-history stage.
2004    Friends of Long Marine Lab Global Oceans Award,Best Research Proposal
2003    Packard Ocean Science and Technology Endowment, $10,700
2004    Earl & Ethel Myers Oceanographic and Marine Biology Grant, $1400
2004    PADI Project Aware Research Award, $800
2004    Friends of Long Marine Lab Student Research Grant, $700

Society Memberships


2005-12           American Fisheries Society
2003-12           Western Society of Naturalists

Publications (Peer reviewed)


Bond, M.H., Beckman, B.R., Rohrbach, L., Quinn, T.P., submitted.  Differential growth in estuarine and freshwater habitats indicated by plasma IGF1 concentrations and otolith chemistry in Dolly Varden charr Salvelinus malma.

Osterback, A-M.K., Frechette, D.M., Shelton, A.O., Hayes, S.A., Bond, M.H., Shaffer, S.A. and Moore, J.W., High Predation on small populations: avian predation on imperiled salmonids. Ecosphere, 4:9(116).

Bond, M.H. and Quinn, T.P., 2013. Patterns and influences on Dolly Varden migratory timing in Chignik Lakes, Alaska, and comparison to populations throughout the Northeastern Pacific and Arctic oceans. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 70:5, 655-665.

Armstrong, J.A. and Bond, M.H., 2013. Phenotype flexibility in wild fish: Dolly Varden regulate assimilative capacity to capitalize on annual pulsed subsidies. Journal of Animal Ecology

Frechette, D., Osterback, A. K., Hayes, S.A., Bond, M.H., Moore, J.W., Shaffer, S.A. and Harvey, J.T. 2012. Application of mark-recapture methods to assess avian predation of juvenile salmonids in central California. North American Journal of Fisheries management 32:6, 1237-1250.

Hayes, S.A., Hanson, C.V., Pearse, D.E., Bond, M.H., Garza, J.C., MacFarlane, R.B. 2012. Should I stay or should I go? The influence of genetic origin on emigration behavior and physiology of resident and anadromous juvenile Oncorhynchus mykiss. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 32:4, 772-780.

Quinn, T.P., Dittman, A.H., Barrett, H., Cunningham, C., and Bond, M.H. 2012. Chemosensory responses of juvenile coho salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch, Dolly Varden, Salvelinus malma, and sculpins (Cottus spp.) to eggs and other tissues from adult Pacific salmon. Environmental Biology of Fishes 95: 301–307

Hayes, S.A., Bond, M.H., Hanson, C.V., Jones, A.W., Ammann, A.J., Harding, J.A., Collins, A.L., Perez, J., MacFarlane, R.B. 2011. Down, Up, Down and “smolting” twice? Seasonal movement patterns by juvenile steelhead in a coastal watershed with a bar closing estuary. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68: 1341-1350

Hayes, S.A., Bond, M.H., Wells, B.K., Hanson, C.V., Jones, A.W., and MacFarlane, R.B. 2011. Using archival tags to infer habitat use of Central California steelhead and coho salmon. In Advances in Tagging and Marking Technologies for Fisheries Management and Research. Edited by R.K. Kopf. American Fisheries Society, Auckland, NZ

Pearse, D.E., Hayes, S.A., Bond, M.H., Hanson, C.V., Anderson, E.C., & Garza, J.C. 2009. Over the Falls? Rapid Evolution of Ecotypic Differentiation in Steelhead/Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Journal of Heredity 100(5):515–525

 Bond, M.H., Hayes, S.A., Hanson, C.V., & MacFarlane, R.B. 2008. Marine survival of steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) enhanced by a seasonally closed estuary. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65:2242-2252

Hayes, S.A., Bond, M.H., Hanson, C.V., Freund, E.V., Smith, J.J., Anderson, E., Ammann, A.J., & MacFarlane, R.B. 2008. Steelhead growth patterns from emergence to ocean entry in their native southern range. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 137:114–128

Bond, M.H., Hanson, C.V., Hayes, S.A., Baertsch, R., & Macfarlane, R.B. 2007. A new low cost in-stream antenna for tracking passive integrated transponder (PIT) tagged fish in small streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:562-566

Hayes, S.A., Bond, M.H., Hanson, C.V., & MacFarlane, R.B. 2004. Interactions between endangered wild and hatchery salmonids; can the pitfalls of artificial propagation be avoided in small coastal streams? Journal of Fish Biology. 65(Supplement A): 101-121.

 Publications (technical reports)


Hayes, S. A., E. V. Freund, C. V. Hanson, M. H. Bond, and R. B. MacFarlane. 2007. Archival tagging of salmonids on the Central California coast. Editors: Sheridan, P., J. W. Ferguson, S. L. Downing. 2007. Report of the National Marine Fisheries Service Workshop on Advancing Electronic Tag Technology and Their Use in Stock Assessments. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFSF-F/SPO-82, 82 p.

Publications (popular literature)


Bond, M.H. 2009, Steelhead Lagoons: Coastal lagoons prove surprisingly valuable to steelhead, The Osprey pp 8-10, Issue No. 63, May 2009.

Manuscripts in Prep


Bond, M.H., Miller, J.A., Quinn, T.P. Otolith chemistry reveals the complex patterns of anadromy in Dolly Varden.

Bond, M.H. and Collins, A.L. Stable isotopes indicate marine derived nutrients drive increased growth and survival of juvenile steelhead in freshwater lagoons.

Presentations * indicates invited talk


Bond, M.H. and J. Armstrong. 2012. Bust a gut! Phenotypic plasticity in a sometimes anadromous salmonid. In: UW-SAFS graduate student symposium.

Bond, M.H. and J. Armstrong.2012. Flexibility in gut size and life-history diversity in a facultatively anadromous salmonid. In: The Western Society of Naturalists annual meeting. Seaside, CA.

Bond, M.H. 2012. To sea, or not to sea: variation in the migratory behavior of Dolly Varden. In: The Wildlife Seminar, UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences

Bond, M.H. and T.P. Quinn. 2012 Upstream migration timing of Dolly Varden in their Eastern Pacific range. In: The American Fisheries Society WA-BC Chapter Annual Meeting, Victoria, B.C.

Bond, M.H. and Miller, J.A. 2011 Otolith Chemistry Reveals Complex Life History Patterns and Facultative Anadromy in Southwestern Alaska Dolly Varden. In: The American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.

Bond, M.H. 2011Dolly Varden life-history variation: reconstructing migrations with otoliths. Alaska Department of Fish and Game winter meeting, Anchorage, AK.

Bond, M.H. * 2010Life-history variation and migration timing of Dolly Varden in Chignik Lakes. Chignik Regional Aquaculture Association, Anchorage, AK.

Bond, M.H., Collins, A.L., 2008 Stable isotopes indicate marine nutrients are important to steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) rearing in freshwater lagoons. In: UW Fisheries Graduate Student Symposium

Bond, M.H., Collins, A.L., 2008 Stable isotopes indicate marine nutrients are important to steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) rearing in freshwater lagoons. In: The Western Society of Naturalists Annual Meeting, Vancouver, B.C.

Bond, M.H.*, Hayes, S.A., 2007 Using archival tags to monitor freshwater and marine habitat use and predation of central CA Steelhead and Coho Salmon. In: Pacific Ocean Shelf Tracking (POST) board meeting, Santa Cruz, CA.

Bond, M.H.*, Hayes, S.A., Hanson, C.V. and MacFarlane, R.B. 2007. Coastal lagoons form critical steelhead nursery habitat. In: The American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Bond, M.H.*, Hayes, S.A., Hanson, C.V. and MacFarlane, R.B. 2007. Coho salmon on the edge, challenges faced at the southern end of their range. In: The American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Bond, M.H.*, Hayes, S.A., Hanson, C.V. and MacFarlane R.B. 2007 Does loss of the estuary equal loss of anadromy in southern steelhead? In: The American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Bond, M.H.* 2007.The influence of estuarine habitat on coastal California steelhead ocean survival In: The California Estuarine Research Society annual meeting, Bodega Marine Laboratory, Bodega, CA.

Bond, M.H., Hayes, S.A., Freund, E.V., MacFarlane, R.B. 2007. Coastal California Steelhead: Estuaries, Hatcheries and Predators. In: Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference, University of Washington, WA.

Bond, M.H.*, Hayes, S.A. 2006. Coastal California Steelhead and Lagoons: Nursery Habitat or Travel Corridor? In: NMFS Regional Panel, Santa Rosa, CA.

Bond, M.H.*, Hayes, S.A. 2006. Coastal California Steelhead and Lagoons: Nursery Habitat or Travel Corridor? In: Southern California Steelhead Technical Recovery Team Annual Meeting. Santa Barbara, CA.

Bond, M.H.*, Hanson, C.V., Hayes, S.A., MacFarlane, R.B. 2006. Movement patterns of steelhead in a central California stream: using passive integrated transponders to monitor fish behavior. In: The American Fisheries Society annual meeting. Lake Placid, NY.

Bond, M.H., Hayes, S.A., Hanson, C.V., MacFarlane, R.B. 2005. Size dependent mortality of coastal California steelhead and the estuary life-history. In: The American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting. Anchorage, AK.

Bond, M.H., Hayes, S.A., Hanson, C.V., MacFarlane, R.B. 2005. Importance of estuarine habitat to steelhead growth and survival in a central California stream. In: The Joint Institute of Marine Observations (JIMO) Review. La Jolla, CA.

Bond, M.H., S.A. Hayes, C.V. Hanson and R.B. MacFarlane. 2005.Estuaries as Steelhead nursery habitat: growth and survival of coastal California steelhead and the estuary life-history stage. In: The Western Society of Naturalists Annual Meeting. Monterey, CA.

Bond, M.H., Hayes, S.A., Hanson, C.V., Wells, B.K., MacFarlane, R.B. 2003. Importance of estuarine habitat to steelhead growth and survival in a central California stream. In: The Monterey National Marine Sanctuary Conference. Monterey, CA.

References


Thomas P. Quinn. Graduate Advisor, University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, Box 355020 Seattle, WA 98195, 206-543-9042

Dr. R. Bruce MacFarlane. Graduate Co-Advisor, National Marine Fisheries Service, 110 Shaffer Rd., Santa Cruz, CA 95060, 831-420-3939

Dr. Sean Hayes. National Marine Fisheries Service, 110 Shaffer Rd., Santa Cruz, CA 95060, 831-420-3937

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