Graduate student, Ph.D Program, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, Box 355100, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, U.S.A.


    M.S. (Marine Biology) University of Charleston, S.C., 1996

    B.A. (Biology) Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, PA, 1993


    Research Assistant, University of Washington, June 1997-present

    Research Assistant, South Carolina Dept. of Natural Resources, June 1994-September 1996

    Teaching Assistant, College of Charleston, General Biology, September 1993-June 1994

    Resource Assistant, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Kenai, Alaska, May 1993-August 1993

    Teaching Assistant, Wash. & Jeff. College, Introductory Botany, February 1993-May 1993


    International Kuril Islands Project (IKIP): biotic survey and inventory of the Kuril Islands, 1997-9

    Belize, Central America: four sampling expeditions to collect samples of large grouper species for DNA analysis, 1994-1996

    R/V Palmetto: two sampling cruises to collect data for the South Carolina MARMAP program, 1994-1996

    Tuluksak River, Alaska: field camp established for the collection of run timing and life history data from Pacific salmon, 1993


    Stevenson, D. E., R. W. Chapman, and G. R. Sedberry. 1999. Stock identification in Nassau grouper, Epinephelus striatus, using microsatellite DNA analysis. Proc. Gulf. Carib. Fish. Inst., 50: 727-749.

    Stevenson, D. E. 2000. Discovery of the holotype of Chaenogobius annularis Gill (Perciformes: Gobiidae) and its taxonomic consequences. Copeia, 2000: 835-840.

    Pietsch, T. W., K. Amaoka, D. E. Stevenson, E. L. MacDonald, B. K. Urbain, and J. A. López. Accepted. Freshwater fishes of the Kuril Islands and adjacent regions. Species Diversity, 52 ms. pp., 2 figs., 1 table.

    Stevenson, D. E. In preparation. A complete revision of the Asian gobiid genera Gymnogobius Gill and Chaenogobius Gill (Teleostei: Perciformes).

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