Associate professor and marine fisheries ecologist at Oregon State University.
Selina Heppell is an associate professor and marine fisheries ecologist at Oregon State University. Heppell uses computer models and simulations to help managers understand how populations respond to human impacts and to guide research and management policy toward species recovery.
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