Department: Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, NOAA
phone: (831) 647-4213
office: Norte 60
Dr. DeVogelaere oversees the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary's Research Program. This includes facilitating collaboration among over 20 research institutions in the region, providing technical information to decision makers and the Sanctuary staff, and initiating research on resource management issues. Dr. DeVogelaere is also leading the Sanctuary Integrated Monitoring Network (SIMoN), a critical program that assesses how populations of marine organisms and habitats are changing through time. He has been directly involved in a wide variety of research projects, ranging in habitats from the deep-sea to estuaries. His past work experience includes being an elected official as Commissioner for the Moss Landing Harbor District and Research Coordinator for the Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of California, Berkeley, a Master of Science in Marine Science from Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, and a Doctorate in Biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
- Ocean observatories and monitoring to assess natural and human caused changes in Sanctuary ecosystems.
- Deep-sea coral restoration and natural history
- Impacts of lost shipping containers in the deep-sea
- Applying science to marine resource management
- Boch, C.A., A. DeVogelaere, E. Burton, C. King, J. Lord, C. Lovera, S.Y. Litvin, L. Kuhnz, and J.P. Barry. Coral translocation as a method to restore impacted deep-sea coral communities. Frontiers in Marine Science 6:540. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00540.
- Brown, J., G.D. Williams, C.J. Harvey, A.P. DeVogelaere, and C. Caldow. Developing science-based indicator portfolios for national marine sanctuary condition reports. Marine Sanctuaries Conservation Series ONMS-19-07.
- Ryan, J., D.E. Cline, J.E. Joseph, T. Margolina, J.A. Santora, R.M. Kudela, F.P. Chavez, J.T. Pennington, C. Wahl, R. Michisaki, K. Benoit-Bird, K.A. Forney, A.K. Stimpert, A. DeVogelaere, N. Black, and M. Fischer. 2019. Humpback Whale Song Occurrence Reflects Ecosystem Variability in Feeding and Migratory Habitat of the Northeast Pacific. PLoS ONE 14(9):e0222456.
- Burton, E.J., L.A. Kuhnz, A.P. DeVogelaere, and J.P. Barry. Sur Ridge field guide: Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Marine Sanctuaries Conservation Series ONMS-17-10.
- Barry, J.P., J.R. Taylor, L.A. Kuhnz, and A.P. DeVogelaere. Symbiosis between the holothurian Scotoplanes sp. A and the lithodid crab Neolithodes diomedeae on a featureless bathyal sediment plain. Marine Ecology: 1-10 (DOI: 10.1111/maec.12396).
- Brown, J.A., E. Burton, A. DeVogelaere, B. Hoover, and S.I. Lonhart. Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary condition report partial update: a new assessment of the state of sanctuary resources. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Silver Spring, MD. 133pp.
- Taylor, J.R., A.P. DeVogelaere, E.J. Burton, O. Frey, L. Lundsten, L.A. Kuhnz, P.J. Whaling, C. Lovera, K.R. Buck, and J.P. Barry. Deep-sea faunal communities associated with a lost intermodal shipping container in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, CA. Marine Pollution Bulletin 83:92-106.
- Frey, O. and A.P. DeVogelaere. A review of resource management strategies for protection of seamounts. Marine Sanctuaries Conservation Series ONMS-14-08. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Silver Spring, MD. 52pp.
- McClain, C.R., L. Lundsten, M. Ream, J. Barry, and A.P. DeVogelaere. Endemicity, biogeography, composition, and community structure on a northeast Pacific seamount. PLoS ONE 4:e4141.
- Scholin, C. A., F. Gulland, G. Doucette, S. Benson, M. Busman, F. Chavez, J. Cordaro, R. DeLong, A. De Vogelaere, J. Harvey, M. Haulena, K. Lefebvre, T. Lipscomb, S. Loscutoff, L. Lowenstine, R. Marin III, P. Miller, W. McLellan, P. Moeller, C. Powell, T. Rowles, P. Silvagni, M. Silver, T. Spraker, V. Trainer, and F. Van Dolah. Mortality of sea lions along the central California coast linked to a toxic diatom bloom. Nature 403:80-84.