Dr. Vincent G. Guida
Chief, Habitat Ecology Branch
- Ph.D. Zoology/Marine Science - North Carolina State University. 1977
- B.S. Biology – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 1970
- Research Fishery Biologist, National Marine Fisheries Service, J.J. Howard Laboratory (Sandy Hook), 1999-present.
- Wildlife Biologist, US Army Corps of Engineers, NY District, 1998-99.
- Chemical Technician, National Marine Fisheries Service, J.J. Howard Laboratory (Sandy Hook), 1996-98.
- Research Scientist, Center for Marine & Environmental Studies and Energy Research Centers, and Director, Wetlands Institute, Lehigh University, 1979-1996.
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Pathobiology, Lehigh University, 1978-1979.
Vincent has been a research fisheries biologist at the J.J. Howard Lab at Sandy Hook since 1999. His primary interest is in linking habitat science with fish stock assessment and an ecosystem approach to fisheries management. He has been engaged in a variety of fishery habitat research issues, including characterizing and assessing risks of offshore wind development on fishery habitats, exploration, mapping, and characterization of bottom habitats and associations of fishes and other marine animals in Hudson Canyon and other deep water features, hydrological influences on bottom habitats on Georges Bank, and the physiology of juvenile fishes as related to estuarine habitat conditions.