Jose Marín Jarrín, PhD.
I am interested in the ecology fish and crustaceans, the dynamics of coastal populations and communities, life history diversity and its influence on population resilience, habitat use and selection, and the potential impact of climate change on fish populations. I use a combination of field and laboratory analysis such as multiple modeling and statistical techniques, and otolith, genetic, diet, bioenergetics and individual coupled, physical-biological modeling analysis techniques.
October 2016 – Present. Charles Darwin Foundation, Marine Sciences Department, Galapagos, Ecuador. Position: Senior Fisheries Ecologist. Supervisor: Dr. Arturo Izurieta. Present, respectively
· Ecology, evaluation and management of fisheries: Steps towards sustainability Principal Investigator (PI). Ongoing
· Sharks in the Galapagos Marine Reserve (GMR): Evaluation of the population status and the use of habitat, connectivity and migratory routs. Researcher. Ongoing
· Seamounts in the GMR: Non-genetic component. Researcher. Ongoing
· Galapagos Rocky Subtidal Ecological Monitoring Program. Researcher. Ongoing
Feb 2015-Feb-2016. Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL), Centro del Agua y Desarrollo Sustentable, Guayaquil, Ecuador. Position: Researcher Fellow. Supervisor: Dr. Luis Dominguez-Granda.
· Description of the red mangrove crab larvae, Ucides occidentalis, its distribution in the Gulf of Guayaquil, and the potential impact of climate change and habitat modification. In collaboration with researchers from Universidad de Guayaquil. PI. Ongoing
· Study of the role of sandy beach surf zones for commercially important species and potential impacts of climate change. In collaboration with researchers from Universidad Península de Santa Elena and Universidad Técnica del Norte. PI. Ongoing
· Study to evaluate the use of otoliths to estimate age and growth of Peruvian Hake (Merluccius gayi peruanus) in Ecuadorian waters. In collaboration with researchers from Ecuadorian National Fisheries Institute. PI. Ongoing
Jan 2013 – Jan 2015. Central Michigan University, Biology Department. Position: Postdoctoral Fellow. Supervisor: Dr. Kevin Pangle.
· A coupled physical-biological model to forecast larval yellow perch distributions, growth rates, and potential recruitment in Lake Erie. In collaboration with researchers from Ohio State University, University of Michigan and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Researcher
2007 – 2012. Oregon State University, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Hatfield Marine Science Center. Ph.D. Research Project. Major advisor: Dr. Jessica Miller.
· Sandy beach surf zones: What is their role in the early life history of juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)? PI
2005-2007. University of Oregon, Biology Department, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology. M.Sc. Research Project. Major advisor: Dr. Alan Shanks.
· The ecology of surf zone fauna of dissipative sandy beaches in southern Oregon. U.S.A. PI
Apr 2002 - Aug 2005. Flemish Interuniversity Council-ESPOL Program, Project 4: Environmental Management Systems for Agriculture and Aquaculture. Benthic department. Guayaquil, Ecuador. Position: Junior Researcher. Principal Investigator: Dr. Maria del Pilar Cornejo.
· Preliminary study of the macrobenthic communities in the intertidal zone as biomarkers to evaluate the salubrity of six sandy beaches in the Guayas Province. Researcher
· Pilot study on the classification and identification of species of the Isopoda Order as a base for the formation of a research group in coastal marine taxonomy. Researcher
-Marin Jarrin J.R., Johnson T.B., Ludsin S.A., Reichert J.M., Pangle K.L. Accepted. Do models parameterized with observations from the system predict larval yellow perch (Perca flavescens) growth performance better in Lake Erie? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
-Andrade Vera S., Bonifaz M.J., Dominguez-Granda L.E., Marin Jarrin J.R. Accepted. Use of sandy beach zones from the Guayas Province – Ecuador by Corvina larvae (Cynoscion spp.). Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research
-Marin Jarrin J.R., Vanaverbeke J., Fockedey N., Cornejo R. de Grunauer M del P., Dominguez-Granda L. 2017. Surf zone fauna of Ecuadorian sandy beaches: Spatial and temporal patterns. Journal of Sea Research 120: 41-49
-Marin Jarrin J.R., Miller J.A. 2016. Spatial variability of the surf zone fish and macroinvertebrate community within dissipative sandy beaches in Oregon, USA. Marine Ecology 37: 1027-1035. doi: 10.1111/maec.12320
-Marin Jarrin J.R., Teel D.J., Miller J.A. 2016. Stock-specific movement and distribution of juvenile Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, in sandy beach surf zones of Oregon and Washington, USA. Estuaries and Coasts 39: 759-766
-Marin Jarrin J.R., Miño Quezada S.L., Domínguez Granda L.E., Guartatanga Argudo S.M., Cornejo M. del P. 2015. Spatio-temporal variability of the surf-zone fauna of two Ecuadorian sandy beaches. Marine and Freshwater Research 67: 566-577. doi.org/10.1071/MF14218
-Jiang L., Xia, M., Ludsin S., Rutherford E., Mason D., Marin Jarrin J.R., Pangle K. 2015. Biophysical modeling assessment of the drivers for plankton dynamics in dreissenid-colonized western Lake Erie. Ecological Modelling 308:18-33
-Marin Jarrin J.R., Pangle K.L., Reichert J.M., Johnson T.B., Tyson J., Ludsin S.A. 2015. Influence of habitat heterogeneity on the foraging ecology of first feeding yellow perch larvae, Perca flavescens, in western Lake Erie. Journal of Great Lakes Research 41(1): 208-214
-Marin Jarrin J.R., Miller J.A. 2013. Sandy beach surf zones: an alternative nursery habitat for 0-age Chinook salmon. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 135: 220-230. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2013.10.014
-Marin Jarrin J.R., Shanks A.L. 2011. Spatial-temporal dynamics of the surf-zone faunal assemblages at a Southern Oregon sandy beach. Marine Ecology 32: 232-242
-Marin Jarrin J.R., Shanks A.L., Banks M.A. 2009. Confirmation of the presence and use of sandy beach surf-zones by juvenile Chinook salmon. Environmental Biology of Fishes 85 (2): 119-125
-Marin Jarrin J.R., Shanks A.L. 2008. The ecology of a Lissocrangon stylirostris (Decapoda, Crangonidae) population, with notes on the occurrence and biology of its parasite, Argeia pugettensis (Isopoda, Bopyridae). Journal of Crustacean Biology 28(4): 613-621