|Interviewee||Collection Sort descending||Description||Interviewer||Date of Interview||Location of Interview||Affiliation|
|Vaughn Anthony||Voices from the Science Centers||
Vaughn Anthony earned his Bachelor's in Wildlife Conservation from the University of Maine; his Master's in Fisheries from the University of Michigan; and earned his PhD. in Fisheries from the University of Washington. He began his career with the U.S. Bureau of Commercial Fisheries in the early 1960's working on quantitative stock assessments. After earning his PhD, he returned to the Boothbay Lab before its' closure. He then moved to Woods Hole to continue his work. From 1977 to 1980, he worked for the Maine Department of Marine Resources.
|Michael Chiarappa||Boothbay Harbor, ME||NOAA-NMFS, Northeast Fisheries Science Center|
|Richard Langton||Voices from the Science Centers||
Richard Langton grew up north of Boston. He studied at Northeastern University and later earned his Master's degree and Ph.D. in marine biology at the University College of North Wales in the United Kingdom. Langton completed a post-doc aquaculture project in the U.S. Virgin Islands. He was then hired by the Federal government at Woods Hole. He worked in Maine as the Bureau Director of the lab in Boothbay Harbor and started a non-profit company in Tobago. He returned to work for the NMFS again at Sandy Hook and is editor of Fishery Bulletin.
|Michael Chiarappa||Boothbay, ME||NOAA-NMFS, Northeast Fisheries Science Center|
|John Manderson||Voices from the Science Centers||
Interview contains discussions of: NOAA, NMFS, ecology, marine science, fisheries science, commercial fishing, recreational fishing, ocean modeling, habitats, climate change, winter flounder, Magnuson Stevens Act.
|Michael Chiarappa||Highlands, NJ||NOAA-NMFS, Northeast Fisheries Science Center|
|Robert Santangelo||Voices from the Science Centers||
Robert Santangelo is a fishery market reporter for the National Marine Fisheries Service. He received his B.S. in Business from C.W. Post College in 1976. His father and uncle worked at Fulton Fish Market from the late 1940's to the early 1960's which meant that Santangelo was around the fishing industry from a young age. His first job for NMFS was as a clerk in 1979. Shortly after being hired, he also started working as a market reporter for Market News at Fulton Fish Market. He reported on the market at Fulton from 1979 until 2005 when the market was moved to the Bronx.
|Michael Chiarappa||New York, NY||NOAA-NMFS, Northeast Fisheries Science Center|
|John Sibunka||Voices from the Science Centers||
John Sibunka was a long time employee at the Sandy Hook Lab. His career spanned from 1966 when he joined the ichthyoplankton department to 2006 when he retired. He graduated from South Maine Vocational Technical Institute and Rutgers University where he received his bachelor's degree. During his career, John served on the R/V Delaware II, R/V Albatross IV,R/V NAUVOO and the R/V Henry Bigelow. Over his 40 year career, he spent an average of 100 days at sea per year.
|Michael Chiarappa||Roanoke Island, NC||NOAA-NMFS, Northeast Fisheries Science Center|
|Linda Stehlik||Voices from the Science Centers||
Linda Stehlik graduated in 1972 from Douglas College, a part of Rutgers University, with her bachelor's. She initially focused on terrestrial ecology but decided to pursue marine studies in lieu of studying birds due to the more promising job market in the marine biology field and her interest in tropical ecology. She began her graduate work at the University of Florida before attending Virginia Institute of Marine Science where she earned her Master's in 1980. She worked at Cook College between schools and spent time researching salt marshes in New Jersey.
|Michael Chiarappa||Unknown||NOAA-NMFS, Northeast Fisheries Science Center|