Southeast Area Monitoring & Assessment Program: South Atlantic - SEAMAP

Staff

Patrick Biondo

Patrick Biondo
Wildlife Biologist I

Patrick is the lead biologist on our sciaenid reproductive histology efforts. His research interests include estuarine and benthic ecology, marine zoology, and marine taxonomy. He joined the project in summer 2007.

Degree: B.A. Biology (College of Charleston)
Office: 843-953-5966

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Jeanne Boylan
Wildlife Biologist III

Jeanne is the Data Manager for SEAMAP-SA. She handles data requests and all questions regarding available data. She has been with the project since 1990.

Degree: M.S. Marine Biology (College of Charleston)
Office: 843-953-9831

Carrie Hendrix

Carrie Hendrix
Wildlife Biologist II

Carrie is our newest field biologist and data handler on the Coastal Survey. She is now taking the lead on data editing, and cruise and annual reports. Other interests include fisheries management and estuarine and marine ecology. She joined the project spring of 2009.

Degree: M.S. Environmental Studies (University of Charleston)
Office: 843-953-2271

Jonathan Richardson

Jonathan Richardson
Wildlife Biologist I

Jon is the lead biologist on our sciaenid age-growth efforts. Other interests include daily growth increments of fishes, geographical distribution of marine vertebrates, fisheries biology, and physical oceanography. He joined the project in spring 2008.

Degree: B.S. Marine Science (Coastal Carolina University)
Office: 843-953-9093

Pierce Webster

Pearse Webster
Wildlife Biologist III

Pearse is the chief scientist for the SEAMAP-SA Coastal Survey. He handles issues of permits, taxonomy, histology, cruise logistics, and gear. He joined the project in 1988.

Degree: B.S. Biology from the College of Charleston
Office: 842-953-9222