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Thomas Ihde

Dr. Thomas Ihde

Research Assistant Professor,

Office: PEARL 206
Phone: 443-885-5932

Curriculum Vitae

  • PhD, College of William & Mary, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, 2006


Tom Ihde is a Research Assistant Professor at the Morgan State PEARL.


Specific Research Interest:

  • Chesapeake Bay Dynamics
  • Ecosystem Modeling, Assessment of Human Impacts
  • Environmental Monitoring & the Development of Ecosystem Metrics
  • Contaminants of Emerging Concern & the Development of Seafood Consumption Advisories
  • Coastal Marine Science & Policy
  • Marine Fisheries Stock Assessment
  • Crustacean Biology & Fisheries


Hood, R.R., G. Shenk, R.L. Dixon, W. Ball, J. Bash, R. Batiuk, K. Boomer, D.C. Brady, C. Cerco, P. Claggett, K.d. Mutsert, Z.M. Easton, A.J. Elmore, M.A.M. Friedrichs, L. Harris, T.F. Ihde, I. Lacher, L. Li, L. Linker, A. Miller, J. Moriarty, G. Noe, G. Onyullo, K. Rose, K. Skalak, S.M.C. Smith, R. Tian, T.L. Veith, L. Wainger, D. Weller, and Y.J. Zhang. 2021. The Chesapeake Bay Program Modelling System: Overview and recommendations for future development. Ecological Modelling 456:109635. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2021.109635

Olsen, E., I.C. Kaplan, C. Ainsworth, G. Fay, S. Gaichas, R. Gamble, R. Girardin, C. Hansen, T.F. Ihde, H.N. Morzaria-Luna, K.F. Johnson, M. Savina-Rolland, H. Townsend, M. Weijerman, E.A. Fulton, J.S. Link. 2018. Ocean futures as explored using a worldwide suite of ecosystem models. Frontiers in Marine Science 5:64. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00064

Ihde, T.F., and H.M. Townsend. 2017. Accounting for Multiple Stressors Influencing Living Marine Resources in a Complex Estuarine Ecosystem Using an Atlantis Model. Ecological Modelling 365:1-9. 

J.S. Link, T.F. Ihde, C.J. Harvey, S. Gaichas, J.C. Field, J. Brodziak, H.M. Townsend, and R. Peterman.  2012. Dealing with uncertainty in ecosystem models: The paradox of use for living marine resource management. Progress in Oceanography 102:102-114. 

Ihde, T.F., M.J. Wilberg, D.A. Loewensteiner, D.H. Secor, and T.J. Miller. 2011. The increasing importance of marine recreational fishing in the US: challenges for management. Fisheries Research 108:268-276.

Ihde, T.F., S.D. Frusher and J.M. Hoenig. 2006. Do large rock lobsters inhibit smaller ones from entering traps?  –  A field experiment. Marine and Freshwater Research 57:665-674.