Officers of the RMA

Dr. Luc Doyen

Dr. Luc Doyen

President

Senior Scientist CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)
GREThA (Research Group Theoretical and Applied Economics ),
University of Bordeaux, France
http://gretha.u-bordeaux.fr/en/user/438

Prof. John Hearne

Prof. John Hearne

ex-President

Professor and Head of School,
Math and Geospatial Sciences,
RMIT University, Australia.

Dr. Roland H. Lamberson

Dr. Roland H. Lamberson

Executive Secretary

Emeritus Prof. of Mathematics
Humboldt State University, CA.

Prof. Shandelle Henson

Prof. Shandelle Henson

NRM Journal Editor

Professor of Mathematics.
Department of Mathematics Andrews University
Berrien Springs, MI 49104 USA

Dr. Steve McKelvey

Dr. Steve McKelvey

Treasurer

Department of Mathematics,Statistics and Computer Science
Saint Olaf College, MN.

Dr. Bob Fray

Dr. Bob Fray

Newsletter Editor

Department of Mathematics
Furman University, SC.

Directors

Dr. Harry Gorfine

Dr. Harry Gorfine

Director

Associate
School of Mathematical and Geospatial Sciences
RMIT University
Melbourne, Australia

Cristina Maria Timofte

Cristina Maria Timofte

Director & Postgraduate Student Representative

PhD student University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland

Professor Martin Quaas

Professor Martin Quaas

Director

New vacancy created by Luc Doyen promotion to President-elect

Leadership support

Vanessa Trijoulet

Vanessa Trijoulet

Postgraduate Student Contributor - UK

Vanessa completed her PhD at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, on the bioeconomic impact of grey seal predation on the West of Scotland’s demersal fishery for cod, haddock and whiting. Her main interest is on marine ecosystem modelling. She is particularly interested in using modelling to study population-level interactions and improve conservation and management strategies. Interactions between humans (e.g. fisheries) and marine mammals are notably of interest. To find out more see:
http://vanessatrijoulet.wordpress.com

Adam Clark

Adam Clark

Postgraduate Student Contributor - North America

Adam recently completed a PhD working under Dr. David Tilman in the University of Minnesota’s Department of Ecology Evolution, and Behavior. He is broadly interested in how ecological communities persist across space and time. He believes that the defining characteristic of ecological communities is that they self-assemble, and that they maintain themselves across large spatial and temporal scales even when faced with perturbations and disturbance. Adam finds this fascinating because it suggests that predictive understanding of community ecology could help us engineer ecological communities that provide particular desired goods and services, but are able to maintain themselves with minimal inputs. To find out more, visit his webpage at adamclarktheecologist.com

Mickey Fray

Mickey Fray

Newsletter assistant

Furman University, SC.

Donna Roberts

Donna Roberts

Journal assistant

Worcester, MA, USA

Dr. Catherine A. Roberts

Dr. Catherine A. Roberts

Past Editor, Natural Resource Modeling

Professor and Chair, Mathematics and Computer Science
College of the Holy Cross,
Worcester, MA 01610 USA

Dr. William Chivers

Dr. William Chivers

Web Advisor

Faculty of Science and Information Technology
University of Newcastle, Australia