Robert Shipp | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Robert Shipp

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Interviewer
Date of Interview
02-04-2014
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Biographical Sketch

This interview with Dr. Robert Shipp, Gulf of Mexico 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 Dr. Shipp explores his career at the University of South Alabama and the Dauphin Island Marine Lab as well as his long tenure as a Gulf Council member.


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