Quentin Hall, M.S.

Research Specialist II
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B.S. in Fisheries and Wildlife Management and Animal Science, University of Missouri. (2013)
M.S. in Marine Biology, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi (2015)

Quentin Hall is a Research Specialist for the Center for Sportfish Science and Conservation at the Harte Research Institute. He received dual bachelor degrees in Animal Science and Fisheries Management from the University of Missouri and his M.S. in Marine Biology from Texas A&M. As a Research Specialist Quentin assists with and oversees a variety of studies ranging from juvenile sportfish recruitment dynamics to telemetry. Quentin’s most recent research focused on the effects of tidal inlets on juvenile nekton recruitment into Texas’ bays. More recently he has started assisting with several projects aimed at evaluating numerous fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico.

Hall QA, Reese Robillard MM, Williams JA, Ajemian MJ, and Stunz GW. 2016. Reopening of a Remote Tidal Inlet Increases Recruitment of Estuarine-Dependent Nekton. Estuaries and Coasts. Published Online May 2016.