| Julie van der Hoop|
Joint Program Student
Office Phone: +1 508 289 3488
2016 (expected) Ph.D. Biological Oceanography, MIT/WHOI Joint Program
2010 B.Sc. Combined Honours, Marine Biology and Oceanography. Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
Drag and energy expenditure; behavioural response to entanglement; entanglement and ship strike risk to large whales; post-mortem fate of large whale carcasses.
My research focuses on the metabolic, kinematic, and behavioural effects of drag in marine mammals. Specifically, I study the effects of drag from scientific instruments (i.e., tags) on small cetaceans, and from entangling fishing gear on North Atlantic right whales.
Moore, M. J., J. M. van der Hoop, S. G. Barco, A. M. Costidis, F. M. Gulland, P. D. Jepson, K. T. Moore, S. Raverty and W. A. McLellan. 2013. Criteria and case definitions for serious injury and death of pinnipeds and cetaceans caused by anthropogenic trauma. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 103:229-264.
van der Hoop, J. M., M. J. Moore, S. G. Barco, T. V. Cole, P. Y. Daoust, A. G. Henry, D. F. McAlpine, W. A. McLellan, T. Wimmer and A. R. Solow. 2013. Assessment of management to mitigate anthropogenic effects on large whales. Conservation Biology 27:121-133.
van der Hoop, J. M., A. S. M. Vanderlaan and C. T. Taggart. 2012. Absolute probability estimates of lethal vessel strikes to North Atlantic right whales in Roseway Basin, Scotian Shelf. Ecological Applications 22:2021-2033.
Moore, M. J. and J. M. van der Hoop. 2012. The painful side of trap and fixed net fisheries: chronic entanglement of large whales. Journal of Marine Biology 2012:1-4.
2011 NSERC Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship (Masters Level)
2011 Von Damm Fellowship, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
2011 Coastal Oceans Institute Student Award
2013 NSERC Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship (Doctoral Level)
2013 Endangered Species Print Project Student Presenter Award, North Atlantic Right Whale Consortium Annual Meeting