Publications & Awards


National Science Foundation: GRFP Award, 2011

Northwest Scientific Association Student Research Grant, 2014

Graduated with Highest Honors from UC Davis (BSc), 2009

In Press & Print

Froehlich, H.E., A. Smith, R.R. Gentry, B.S. Halpern. 2017. Offshore aquaculture: I know it when I see it. Frontiers in Mar. Sci. 10.3389/fmars.2017.00154

Froehlich, H.E., T.E. Essington, P.S. McDonald. 2017. When does hypoxia affect management performance of a fishery? A Management Strategy Evaluation of Dungeness crab (Metacarcinus magister) fisheries in Hood Canal, Washington, U.S.A. CJFAS. 10.1139/cjfas-2016-0269

Froehlich, H.E., R.R. Gentry, M.B. Rust, D. Grimm, B.S. Halpern. 2017. Public perceptions of aquaculture: evaluating spatiotemporal patterns of sentiment around the world. PLoSONE10.1371/journal.pone.0169281

Froehlich, H.E., R.R., Gentry, B.S., Halpern. 2016. Synthesis and comparative analysis of physiological tolerance and life-history growth traits of marine aquaculture species. Aquaculture. 460: 75–82. doi:10.1016/j.aquaculture.2016.04.018.

Froehlich, H.E., S.B. Roberts, T.E. Essington. 2015. Evaluating hypoxia-inducible factor-1α mRNA expression in a pelagic fish, Pacific herring Clupea pallasii, as a biomarker for hypoxia exposure. Comp. Biochem. and Physio.: Part A. 189: 58-66. 10.1016/j.cbpa.2015.07.016

Froehlich, H.E., S.M. Hennessey, T.E. Essington, A.H. Beaudreau, P.S. Levin. 2015. Spatial and temporal variation in nearshore macrofaunal community structure in a seasonally hypoxic estuary. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 520: 67-83. 10.3354/meps11105

Froehlich, H.E., T.E. Essington, A.H. Beaudreau, P.S. Levin. 2014. Movement patterns and distributional shifts of Dungeness crab (Metacarcinus magister) and English sole (Parophrys vetulus) during seasonal hypoxia. Estuar. Coast. 37: 449-460. 10.1007/s12237-013-9676-2

H. Burgess, L.B. DeBey, H.E. Froehlich, N.R. Schmidt, E. J. Theobald, A.K. Ettinger, J. HilleRisLambers, J. Tewksbury, and J.K. Parrish. 2016. The science of citizen science: exploring barriers to use as a primary research tool. Biol. Consv. 10.1016/j.biocon.2016.05.014

Essington, T.E., P. E. Moriarty, H. E. Froehlich,  E. E. Hodgson, L. E. Koehn, K. L. Oken, M. C. Siple, C. C. Stawitz. 2015. Fishing amplifies forage fish population collapses. PNAS. 112 (21); 6648-6652. 10.1073/pnas.1422020112 

E.J. Theobald, A.K. Ettinger H. Burgess, L.B. DeBey, N.R. Schmidt , H.E. Froehlich, C. Wagner, J. HilleRisLambers, J. Tewksbury, M.A. Harsch, and J.K. Parrish. 2015. Global change and local solutions: tapping the unrealized potential of citizen science for biodiversity research. Biol. Consv. 181, 236–244. 10.1016/j.biocon.2014.10.021

Miller, E.A., H.E. Froehlich, D.E. Cocherell, M.J. Thomas, J.J. Cech, Jr., A.P. Klimley, N.A. Fangue. 2014. Effects of acoustic tagging on juvenile green sturgeon incision healing, swimming performance, and growth. EnvironBiolFish. 97:647–658. 10.1007/s10641-013-0167-x

Gräns, A., C. Olsson, K. Pitsillides, H.E. Nelson (Froehlich), J.J. Jr. Cech, M. Axelsson. 2010. Effects of feeding on thermoregulatory behaviours and gut blood flow in white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) using biotelemetry in combination with standard techniques. J. of Exp. Biol. 213: 3198-3206.

In Review

Gentry, R.R. H. E. Froehlich, D. Grimm, P. Kareiva, M. Parke, M. Rust, S.D. Gaines, and B. S. Halpern. Mapping the Global Potential for Marine Aquaculture. Nature Eco. Evo.

Froehlich, H.E., R.R., Gentry, B.S., Halpern. Conservation aquaculture: shifting the narrative and paradigm of aquaculture’s role in resource management. Bio. Con.

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