Alberto Rovellini

Postdoctoral Fellow

University of Washington
School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences
Box 355020
Seattle, WA 98195-5020 Google Scholar
Alberto Rovellini is a postdoctoral scholar in collaboration with Dr. Martin Dorn (NOAA’s Alaska Fishery Science Center). Alberto’s current research project focuses on developing an Atlantis
ecosystem model for the Gulf of Alaska (GOA). Atlantis is an end-to-end ecosystem model that can be used to explore the ecosystem-level effects of changes in productivity, climate change, and
fisheries. Alberto’s goal is to use Atlantis GOA to evaluate the effects of past and future climate change events in the GOA, and to evaluate different management strategies for groundfish stocks in
the GOA. Alberto received his PhD in 2020 from Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand), with his PhD project focusing on modeling regime shifts of coral reefs to sponge reefs with a range of ecological models, including Atlantis. While he is interested in developing and applying computational models to explore ecological questions, Alberto values and enjoys both the field and analytical components of ecological research.
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