Jason Goldstein

Research Director

Period of Service

2016 to present

Phone

207-646-1555 ext 136

Dr. Jason Goldstein leads the Wells Reserve research program. He is also an assistant professor at York County Community College and affiliate faculty at the University of New Hampshire marine sciences school.

Jason holds a Ph.D. from the University of New Hampshire, an M.S. in Marine Ecology from Old Dominion University, and an undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts. In addition to being a one-time Graduate Research Fellow at the Great Bay Reserve, he was a Fulbright Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Haifa, Israel.

Curriculum Vita (2018)

Publications

* Publications with students

Lavalli, K.L., C.N. Malcom, and J.S. Goldstein. 2018. Description of pereiopod setae of Scyllarid lobsters, Scyllarides aequinoctialis, S. latus, and S. nodifer, with observations on the feeding during consumption of bivalves and gastropods. Bulletin of Marine Science. 94: 571-601. Download PDF

Jury, S.H., T.G. Langley, B.C. Gutzler, J.S. Goldstein, and W.H. Watson III.  2018. Monitoring the behavior of freely moving lobsters with accelerometers. Bulletin of Marine Science. 94: 533–553. Download PDF

Goldstein, J.S. and J.D. Shields. 2018. Bait-subsidized diets and their effects on ovigerous American lobsters (Homarus americanus). Aquaculture International. doi 10.1007/s10499-018-0285-8. Download PDF

Clark, A.S., S.H. Jury, J.S. Goldstein, T.G. Langley, and W.H. Watson III. 2018. Underwater video surveillance of American lobsters (Homarus americanus) to understand saturation levels in lobster traps. Fishery Bulletin. 116: 161-170. Download PDF

Watson, W.H. III, J.S. Goldstein, E.M. Morrissey, H.A. Cole, and T.L. Pugh. 2017. Evidence of mating by sexually immature female American lobsters Homarus americanus (H. Milne Edwards, 1837) (Decapoda: Nephropidae). J. Crustacean Biology. 37: 2-6. Download PDF

Goldstein, J.S., E.M. Morrissey*, E.D. Moretti*, and W.H. Watson III. 2017. A comparison of the distribution and abundance of European green crabs and American lobsters in Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire, USA. Fisheries Research. 189: 10-17. Download PDF

Canto-García*, A.A., J.S. Goldstein, E. Sosa-Cordero, and L. Carrillo. 2016. Abundance and spatial distribution of Panulirus spp. phyllosomas off the coast of the Mexican Caribbean. Bulletin of Marine Science. 92: 207-227. Download PDF

Goldstein, J.S., and W.H. Watson III. 2015a. Seasonal movements of American lobsters in southern Gulf of Maine coastal waters: Patterns, environmental triggers, and implications for larval release. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 524: 197-211. doi: 10.3354/meps11192. Download PDF

Goldstein, J.S., and W.H. Watson III. 2015b. Quantifying the influence of natural inshore and offshore thermal regimes on egg development in the North American lobster, Homarus americanus. Biological Bulletin. 228: 1-12. Download PDF

Goldstein, J.S., E.A. Dubofsky, and E. Spanier. 2015. Into a rhythm: Diel activity patterns and behavior in Mediterranean slipper lobsters, Scyllarides latus. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsv008. Download PDF

Spanier, E., K.L. Lavalli, J.S. Goldstein, and 14 other co-authors. 2015. A concise review of lobster utilization by worldwide human populations from prehistory to the modern era. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsv066. Download PDF

Clark, A.S., S.H. Jury, J.S. Goldstein, T.G. Langley, and W.H. Watson. 2015. A comparison of American lobster size structure and abundance using standard and ventless traps. Fisheries Research. 167: 243-251. Download PDF

Goldstein, J.S., T.L. Pugh*, E.A. Dubofsky*, K.L. Lavalli, M. Clancy, and W.H. Watson. 2014. A non-invasive method for in-situ determination of mating success in female American lobsters (Homarus americanus). J. Visualized Experiments. 84: e50498. doi:10.3791/50498. Download PDF

Pugh, T., J.S. Goldstein, K. Lavalli, M. Clancy and W.H. Watson III. 2013. At-sea determination of female American lobster (Homarus americanus) mating activity: Patterns vs. expectations. Fisheries Research. 147: 327-337. Download PDF

Johnson*, K.J., J.S. Goldstein and W.H. Watson III. 2011. Two methods for determining the fertility status in early-stage American lobster, Homarus americanus, eggs. J. Crustacean Biology. 31: 693-700. Download PDF

Butler, M.J. IV, C.B. Paris, J.S. Goldstein, H. Matsuda and R.K. Cowen. 2011. Behavior constrains the dispersal of long-lived spiny lobster larvae. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 422: 223–237.
Goldstein, J.S. and B. Nelson*. 2011. Application of a gelatinous zooplankton tank for the mass production of larval Caribbean spiny lobster, Panulirus argus. Aquatic Living Resources. 24: 45-51. Download PDF

Goldstein, J.S. and M.J. Butler IV. 2009. Behavioral enhancement of onshore transport by postlarval Caribbean spiny lobster (Panulirus argus). Limnology and Oceanography. 54: 1669-1678. Download PDF

Goldstein, J.S., H. Matsuda, T. Takenouchi and M.J. Butler IV. 2008. The complete development of larval Caribbean spiny lobster Panulirus argus (Latreille, 1804) in culture. Journal Crustacean Biology. 28: 306-327. Download PDF

Tlusty, M., A. Kim, E. Malkin*, J.S. Goldstein, D. Fiore* and M. Koneval*. 2008. Microecological impacts of global warming on crustaceans– temperature induced shifts in the distribution of larval release in American lobsters. Journal Shellfish Research. 27: 443-447. Download PDF

Matsuda, H., T. Takenouchi and J.S. Goldstein. 2006. The complete larval development of the pronghorn spiny lobster Panulirus penicillatus (Decapoda, Palinuridae) in culture. Journal Crustacean Biology. 26: 579-600. Download PDF

Goldstein, J.S. 2006. ‘Connecting the Dots’ in the Caribbean: An overview and directed approach for long-term spiny lobster puerulus settlement studies. Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute. 57: 833-845. Download PDF

Tlusty, M.T., D.R. Fiore* and J.S. Goldstein. 2005. Formulated diets as replacements for Artemia in the rearing of juvenile American lobsters (Homarus americanus). Journal Aquaculture. 250: 781-795. Download PDF

Tlusty, M.T., J.S. Goldstein and D.R. Fiore*. 2005. Hatchery performance of early benthic juvenile American lobsters (Homarus americanus) fed enriched frozen adult Artemia diets. Journal Aquaculture Nutrition. 11: 191-200. Download PDF

Goldstein, J.S. and M.F. Tlusty. 2003. Substrate determinants and development rate of claw asymmetry in American lobsters, Homarus americanus. Journal Crustacean Biology. 23: 890-896. Download PDF

Book Chapter

Goldstein, J.S. 2013. Lobster Migration. In: Encyclopedia of Estuaries, M.J. Kennish (ed.). Springer Pub., New York.

Film Media

Goldstein, J.S., H. Matsuda and T. Takenouchi. 2014. Film production and contribution, 'Metamorphosis: The Science of Change'. BBC Film Series (D. Briggs, Director). http://www.bbc.co.uk./programmes/p00zv0wk.

Current Research Grants

2018 - 2020 New Hampshire Sea Grant (NOAA). Evaluating growth & sustainable harvesting practices for Jonah crabs in New England waters. $124,000 (Co-Investigator).

2018 - 2019 Maine Space Grant Consortium (NASA). Student designed nanosatellites and sensor packages for observations of remote environments. $20,148 (Co-Investigator).

2017 – 2019 National Estuarine Research Reserve Science Collaborative Grant (NOAA). New technology for old problems: Using DNA methods to monitor invasive species and biodiversity in estuarine systems. $496,000 (Co-Investigator).

2016 – 2018 Saltonstall-Kennedy (NOAA) Fisheries Grant. Can climate change induce reproductive failure in American lobster? Case study of a collapsed stock. $227,000 (Co-Investigator).

2017 – 2018 Maine Outdoor Heritage Fund (MOHF). Strategies to improve sea-run brown trout stock enhancement in York County, Maine. $30,000 (Co-Investigator).

2017 - 2018 Maine Space Grant Consortium (NASA). Developing a sensor-based platform for evaluating climate change in estuarine and coastal ecosystems. $22,000 (Primary Investigator).

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