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Christina Package-Ward

Interviewee Description Interviewer Date of Interview Location of Interview Affiliation Collection
Rick Waite and Tom Olyanarnyk

Rick Waite and Tom Olyanarnyk are commercial fishermen from Cortez. Their earliest memories of a Red Tide event was during the 1970s, where they witnessed a bad fish kill mostly affecting crabs. Since then, Red Tide events became more frequent and intense. Waite and Olyanarnyk also note the changes and threats to the fishing industry, and give regulation suggestions. 

Michael Jepson, Christina Package-Ward Cortez, FL Southeast Fisheries Science Center A History of Red Tide events on the West Coast of Florida
Gregg Waugh

This interview with Gregg Waugh, South Atlantic Fishery Management Council Deputy Director, was conducted as part of the SERO Fishery Managers Oral History project. This project is a collection of oral histories by individuals who participate in fishery management within the Southeast Region of the U.S. and consists of individuals who serve on the regional councils and their scientific and advisory panels or staff. This interview with Mr. Waugh explores his long career in fisheries management. Gregg has been with the Council since 1980 and is currently Deputy Director.

Christina Package-Ward Charleston County, SC NOAA-NMFS Southeast Regional Office SERO Fishery Manager Oral History Project
Susan Shipman

This interview with Susan Shipman, former South Atlantic Fishery Management Council member, was conducted as part of the SERO Fishery Managers Oral History project. This project is a collection of oral histories by individuals who participate in fishery management within the Southeast Region of the U.S. and consists of individuals who serve on the regional councils and their scientific and advisory panels or staff. This interview with Ms. Shipman explores her career as a Council member and her long career in fisheries management as one of the first females to serve in that capacity.

Christina Package-Ward Tallahassee, FL NOAA-NMFS Southeast Regional Office SERO Fishery Manager Oral History Project
Charlie Phillips

This interview with Charlie Phillips, South Atlantic Fishery Management Council member, was conducted as part of the SERO Fishery Managers Oral History project. This project is a collection of oral histories by individuals who participate in fishery management within the Southeast Region of the U.S. and consists of individuals who serve on the regional councils and their scientific and advisory panels or staff. This interview with Mr.

Christina Package-Ward Townsend, GA NOAA-NMFS Southeast Regional Office SERO Fishery Manager Oral History Project
Robert Mahood

This interview with Bob Mahood, South Atlantic Fishery Management Council Director, was conducted as part of the SERO Fishery Managers Oral History project. This project is a collection of oral histories by individuals who participate in fishery management within the Southeast Region of the U.S. and consists of individuals who serve on the regional councils and their scientific and advisory panels or staff. This interview with Mr. Mahood explores his long career as a director of the Council and as well as his long career in fisheries management.

Christina Package-Ward Edisto Island, SC NOAA-NMFS Southeast Regional Office SERO Fishery Manager Oral History Project
Benjamin Hartig

This interview with Ben Hartig, South Atlantic Fishery Management Council member, was conducted as part of the SERO Fishery Managers Oral History project. This project is a collection of oral histories by individuals who participate in fishery management within the Southeast Region of the U.S. and consists of individuals who serve on the regional councils and their scientific and advisory panels or staff. This interview with Mr. Hartig explores his career as a commercial fisherman which started in the early 1970s, as well as his long tenure as a South Atlantic Council member.

Christina Package-Ward Hobe Sound, FL NOAA-NMFS Southeast Regional Office SERO Fishery Manager Oral History Project
David Cupka

This interview with David Cupka, South Atlantic Fishery Management Council member, was conducted as part of the SERO Fishery Managers Oral History project. This project is a collection of oral histories by individuals who participate in fishery management within the Southeast Region of the U.S. and consists of individuals who serve on the regional councils and their scientific and advisory panels or staff. This interview with Mr. Cupka explores his career with the South Carolina Wildlife and Marine Resources Department where he served as Director of the Office of Fisheries Management.

Christina Package-Ward Charleston, SC NOAA-NMFS Southeast Regional Office SERO Fishery Manager Oral History Project
Anonymous

Interview topics include background and how participant began fishing, reasons for Alaska fishing entry, social ties, Kodiak history, fishing in Newport, Joint Venture fishing, changes in fisheries management and regulation, marine reserves in Oregon, and local knowledge.

Christina Package-Ward Newport, OR NOAA-NMFS, Preserve America Oregon Residents in Alaska's Historical Fishing
Mike Wilson

Interview topics include background and how participant began fishing, social ties and connections, changes in fishing, Kodiak history, changes in fisheries management, rationalization, changes in crab fishery, ability of new crew to enter fishery, cyclic species patterns, and local knowledge of fishermen.

Christina Package-Ward Toledo, OR NOAA-NMFS Oregon Residents in Alaska's Historical Fishing
Billy Williams

Interview topics include how participant became involved in fishing, social ties, North Pacific crab fishing methods, changes to North Pacific crab fishery over time, ties to place, and reasons for influx of Newport (Oregon) residents in Alaska fishing.

Interviews with former or current commercial fishermen in/around Newport, Oregon and Kodiak, Alaska exploring their involvement in Alaska fishing during the 1960s through 1980s. Interviews conducted between 7/10 - 9/10. Funding provided by NOAA Preserve America Initiative, part of Preserve America and by NOAA/NMFS.

Christina Package-Ward Kodiak, AK NOAA-NMFS, Preserve America Oregon Residents in Alaska's Historical Fishing

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