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Thomas Ihde

Thomas Ihde, Ph.D.

Research Assistant Professor,

Office: PEARL
Phone: 443-885-5932

Curriculum Vitae

  • Ph.D., 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 and Evaluation of Ecosystem Metrics
  • Contaminants of Emerging Concern & the Development of Seafood Consumption Advisories
  • Coastal Marine Science & Policy
  • Marine Fisheries Stock Assessment
  • Crustacean Biology & Fisheries

Selected Publications:

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.