Open vs. closed marine populations: Synthesis and analysis of the evidence

Principal Investigators:

Robert R. Warner

The major unanswered question in marine ecology is the degree of connectedness between local populations. Put another way, what proportion of young arriving into a local population are products of local production? What is the source of recruits for any local population, and where do the young produced in a local population go? The answers to these questions are unknown for any widespread species with a pelagic dispersal phase. Proper marine management depends on knowledge in this area: the efficacy of any reserve design, for example, is highly... more

Participants and Meetings

Working Group Participants
ActivityDatesFurther Information
Sabbatical Fellow1st September 1999—31st August 2000Participant List  
Working Group24th—28th October 1999Participant List  
Working Group15th—18th March 2000Participant List  
Working Group27th—29th March 2000Participant List  
Working Group10th—12th May 2000Participant List  
Working Group19th—21st June 2000Participant List  
Working Group21st—23rd June 2000Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

Robert R. Warnerwarner@lifesci.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
George Boehlertgeorge.boehlert@oregonstate.eduPacific Fisheries Environmental Laboratory
Ronald Burtonrburton@ucsd.eduUniversity of California, San Diego
James T. Carltonjcarlton@williams.eduWilliams College
Robert of Miami
Ginny Eckertginny.eckert@uas.alaska.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Churchill B. Grimeschurchill.grimes@noaa.govCNMFS Tiburon Laboratory
Dennis Hedgecockdehedgecock@ucdavis.eduUniversity of California, Davis
Michael E. Hellbergmhellbe@lsu.eduLouisiana State University
Terence P. Cook University
Jeremy B.C. Jacksonjeremybcjackson@gmail.comUniversity of California, San Diego
Geoffrey P. Cook University
Michael J. of Sydney
Armand Kuriskuris@lifesci.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Jeffrey M. Leisjeffl@amsg.austmus.oz.auAustralian Museum
Ken Lindemanklindeman@environmentaldefense.orgUniversity of Miami
Steven Morgansgmorgan@ucdavis.eduUniversity of California, Davis
John L. Munroj.munro@cgiar.orgWorldfish/ICLARM
Joseph E. NeigelUniversity of Southwest Louisiana
Stephen R. Palumbispalumbi@stanford.eduHarvard University
John M. Institution
Jesus Pinedajpineda@whoi.eduWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Callum of York
D. Ross Robertsonross.robertson@stri.orgSmithsonian Tropical Research Institute
Kaustuv Roykroy@ucsd.eduUniversity of California, San Diego
Gregory M. Ruizruizg@si.eduSmithsonian Environmental Research Center
Alan L. Shanksashanks@oimb.uoregon.eduUniversity of Oregon
Jeffrey Shimashima@lifesci.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Su of Miami
Richard R. Strathmannrrstrath@u.washington.eduFriday Harbor Labs
Stephen E. Swearerswearer@lifesci.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Simon Thorroldsthorrol@odul.eduOld Dominion University
Bella Oceanographic and Limnological Research (IOLR)
Kimberly A. Selkoeselkoe@nceas.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara

Products: Publications, Reports, Datasets, Presentations, Visualizations

TypeProducts of NCEAS Research
Journal Article Hellberg, Michael E.; Burton, Ronald; Hedgecock, Dennis; Neigel, Joseph E.; Palumbi, Stephen R. 2002. Genetic assessment of connectivity among marine populations. Bulletin of Marine Science. Vol: 70. Pages 273-290.
Journal Article Kingsford, Michael J.; Leis, Jeffrey M.; Shanks, Alan L.; Lindeman, Ken; Morgan, Steven; Pineda, Jesus. 2002. Sensory environments, larval abilities and local self-recruitment. Bulletin of Marine Science. Vol: 70. Pages 309-340.
Journal Article Sponaugle, Su; Cowen, Robert; Shanks, Alan L.; Morgan, Steven; Leis, Jeffrey M.; Pineda, Jesus; Boehlert, George; Kingsford, Michael J.; Lindeman, Ken; Grimes, Churchill B.; Munro, John L. 2002. Predicting self-recruitment in marine populations: Biophysical correlates and mechanisms. Bulletin of Marine Science. Vol: 70. Pages 341-375.
Journal Article Strathmann, Richard R.; Hughes, Terence P.; Kuris, Armand; Lindeman, Ken; Morgan, Steven; Pandolfi, John M.; Warner, Robert R. 2002. Evolution of local recruitment and its consequences for marine populations. Bulletin of Marine Science. Vol: 70. Pages 377-396.
Journal Article Swearer, Stephen E.; Shima, Jeffrey; Hellberg, Michael E.; Thorrold, Simon; Jones, Geoffrey P.; Robertson, D. Ross; Morgan, Steven; Selkoe, Kimberly A.; Ruiz, Gregory M.; Warner, Robert R. 2002. Evidence of self-recruitment in demersal marine populations. Bulletin of Marine Science. Vol: 70. Pages 251-271.
Journal Article Thorrold, Simon; Jones, Geoffrey P.; Hellberg, Michael E.; Burton, Ronald; Swearer, Stephen E.; Neigel, Joseph E.; Morgan, Steven; Warner, Robert R. 2002. Quantifying larval retention and connectivity in marine populations with artificial and natural markers. Bulletin of Marine Science. Vol: 70. Pages 291-308.
Presentations Warner, Robert R. 2000. Open vs. closed marine populations: Synthesis and analysis of the evidence, 30 August 2000. COMPASS.
Presentations Warner, Robert R. 2001. Using past marine reserve performance as a guide for effective design, 17 February 2001. American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Journal Article Warner, Robert R.; Cowen, Robert. 2002. Local retention of production in marine populations: Evidence, mechanisms, and consequences. Bulletin of Marine Science. Vol: 70. Pages 245-249.
"Open vs. closed marine populations: Synthesis and analysis of the evidence" is project ID: 2283