Rob Campbell, PhD

Biological Oceanographer

300 Breakwater, PO Box 705 Cordova, Alaska 99574
907-424-5800 x 241
rcampbell@pwssc.org

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Rob is a biological oceanographer, and came to PWSSC via the University of Hamburg following a doctorate at the University of Victoria. His current research is primarily observational, and centered around trying to understand how plankton and fish interact with the physical environment (temperature, salinity, nutrients) to produce the patterns we see in nature. Current projects include surveys of plankton and oceanography in PWS; Process studies of the seasonal evolution of the surface oceanography in PWS with an instrumented moored profilers; studies on the distribution of nutrients, plankton and fish around the plume of the Copper River. He is also interested in the use of ecophysiological measurements (lipids, protein, enzyme assays) for the estimation of rate processes, and the influence of biochemical content in the control of buoyancy by marine plants and animals. Rob also runs a sonar weir in the lower Copper River in spring to aid management of the Copper River salmon fishery.

RESEARCH PROJECTS BY ROB CAMPBELL

May 15, 2018

2018 LOWER COPPER RIVER SONAR STATION FISH PASSAGE

    2018 LOWER COPPER RIVER SONAR STATION FISH PASSAGE FISH PASSAGE SUMMARIES:  Daily Counts of Salmon Passage Hourly Counts of Salmon Passage *Note: Some browsers […]
October 11, 2017

“The Blob” with Dr. Rob

This new film explores “The Blob,” a warm water anomaly that started in the Gulf of Alaska and later spread up and down the coast of […]
June 7, 2017

2017 LOWER COPPER RIVER SONAR STATION FISH PASSAGE COUNTS

    2017 LOWER COPPER RIVER SONAR STATION FISH PASSAGE COUNTS Fish passage summaries: Daily Counts of Salmon Passage Hourly Counts of Salmon Passage *Note: Some browsers […]
May 24, 2016

Marine-Derived Nutrients in the Copper River Delta

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