Hui-Yu Wang
  • Hui-Yu Wang

    Assistant Professor

  • Tel 1: (02) 3366-1394
  • Tel 2: (02) 2363-6040 #415
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  • E-mail 1: huiyuwang@ntu.edu.tw
  • E-mail 2:
  • Website: http://iofish.weebly.com/
  • Research Room: Room 415, Institute of Oceanography
  • Field: Fish Life Histories, Evolutionary and Population Ecology, Fisheries Biology
  • Academic Background:
    • 1995-1999 B.S. in Zoology, National Taiwan University
    • 2000-2003 M.S. in Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan
    • 2005-2008 Ph.D. in Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan
    • 2009-2011 Post-doc, University of Massachusetts Amherst
    • 2011-present Assistant professor, Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University
  • Research Achievements/Publications:
    • Lavoue, S., J. A. M. Bertrand, H.-Y. Wang, W.-J. Chen, H. C. Ho, H. Motomura, H. Hata, T. Sado, and M. Miya (2017) Molecular systematics of the anchovy genus Encrasicholina in the Northwest Pacific. PLoS One, 12 (7): 0181329.
    • Shiao, J. C., H. B. Lu, J. Hsu, H.-Y. Wang, S. K. Chang, M. Y. Huang, and T. Ishihara (2017) Changes in size, age, and sex ratio composition of Pacific bluefin tuna (Thunnus orientalis) on the northwestern Pacific Ocean spawning grounds. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 74 (1):204-214.
    • Wang, H.-Y., C. A. Dong, and H.-C. Lin (2017) DNA barcoding of fisheries catch to reveal composition and distribution of cutlassfishes along the Taiwan coast. Fisheries Research 187: 103-109.
    • Wang, H.-Y., Y.-S. Chen, C.-C. Hsu, and S.-F. Shen (2017) Fishing-induced changes in adult length are mediated by skipped-spawning. Ecological Applications, 27 (1): 274-284.
    • Chan, B.K.K., F.P. Lima, G.A. Williams, R. Seabra, and H.-Y. Wang (2016) A simplified biomimetic temperature logger for recording intertidal barnacle body temperatures, Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 14 (7): 448-455.
    • Feiner, Z. S., H.-Y. Wang, D. W. Einhouse, J. R. Jackson, E. S. Rutherford, C. Schelb, C. S. Vandergoot, T. G. Zorn, and T. O. Hook (2016) Thermal environment and maternal effects shape egg size in a freshwater fish, Ecosphere, 7 (5): e01304.
    • Chang, K. Y., C. S. Chen, H.-Y. Wang, C. L. Kuo, and T. S. Chiu (2015) The Antarctic Oscillation index as an environmental parameter for predicting catches of the Argentine shortfin squid (Illex argentinus) (Cephalopoda: Ommastrephidae) in southwest Atlantic waters, Fishery Bulletin, 113 (2):202-212.
    • Wang, H. -Y., L.W. Botsford, J.W. White, M.J. Fogarty, F. Juanes, A. Hastings, M.D. Holland, and K. Brander (2014) Effects of temperature on life history set the sensitivity to fishing in Atlantic cod Gadus morhua, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 514: 217-229.
    • Wang, H.-Y., D.W. Einhouse, D.G. Fielder, L.G. Rudstam, C.S. Vandergoot, A.J. VanDeValk, T.G. Zorn, and T.O. Höök (2012) Maternal and stock effects on egg-size variation among walleye Sander vitreus stocks from the Great Lakes region, Journal of Great Lakes Research, 38(3):477- 489.
    • Wang, H.-Y., H.A. Cook, D.W. Einhouse, D.G. Fielder, K.A. Kayle, L.G. Rudstam, and T.O. Höök (2009) Maturation schedules of walleye populations in the Great Lakes region: Comparison of maturation indices and evaluation of sampling induced biases, North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 29: 1540-1554.
    • Wang, H.-Y. and T.O. Höök (2009) Eco-genetic model to explore fishing-induced ecological and evolutionary effects on growth and maturation schedules, Evolutionary Applications, 2: 438-455.
    • Wang, H.-Y., T.O. Höök, M.P. Ebener, L.C. Mohr, and P.J. Schneeberger (2008) Spatial and temporal variation of maturation schedules of lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) in the Great Lakes, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 65: 2157-2169.
    • Wang, H.-Y., E.S. Rutherford, H.A. Cook, D.W. Einhouse, R.C. Haas, T.B. Johnson, R. Kenyon, B. Locke, and M.W. Turner (2007) Movement of walleye in Lakes Erie and St. Clair inferred from tag return and fisheries data, Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 136: 539-551.
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