Tommy Garrison

Past Graduate Student

While in the Punt Lab (MS 2010), Tommy evaluated the potential to improve estimates of life-history parameters (natural mortality, growth and maturity) in integrated stock assessment models by using data collected from Marine Protected Areas. He now works as a Biometrician for the Fish Passage Center in Portland, OR where he studies the effects of the Federal Columbia River Hydropower System on ESA listed salmon and steelhead.


  1. Garrison, TM, Hamel, OS, Punt, AE. 2011. Can data collected from marine protected areas improve estimates of life-history parameters? Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 68:1761-1771. doi: 10.1139/F2011-073.
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