Ray W. Hilborn

University of Washington
Biological Sciences
Evolution and Ecology
Member Since
Professor, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. Contributions to marine biology, fishery science, conservation, and natural resource management. Applied mathematical and computer-aided tools to management and conservation of natural resources. Introduced adaptive management statistical decision theory for resources. Advisor to international fisheries agencies. Monograph (with Mangel), The Ecological Detective: Confronting Models with Data (1997), builds on earlier foundational work (with Walters), Quantitative Fisheries Stock Assessment (1992). Received Volvo Environmental Prize. Fellow Royal Society of Canada.
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