Robert Hayward, Ph.D.
Fisheries and Wildlife
- Ph.D., 1988, Ohio State University
- Fish bioenergetics, compensatory growth, fish population dynamics and aquaculture.
- Temperature effects on growth and survival of sportfishes.
- Energetics evaluations of fish populations by modeling and in situ approaches.
- Evaluation and improvement of predictive accuracy of fish bioenergetics models.
- New applications of bioenergetics models—predicting fish condition and growth in length.
- Fish population dynamics.
- Compensatory growth in fishes in relation to aquaculture, aquatic ecology, modeling and fish growth regulation.
- Development of techniques for rearing large, food-size sunfish for food markets.
- Bajer, P. B., J. J. Millspaugh, and R. S. Hayward. 2007.
Application of discrete choice models to predict white crappie temperature selection in two Missouri impoundments. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:889-901.
- Bajer, P. G., and R. S. Hayward. 2006.
A combined multiple-regression and bioenergetics model for simulating fish growth in length and condition. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 135:695-710.
- Hayward, R. S., and H. P. Wang. 2006.
Rearing male bluegills indoors may be advantageous for producing food-size sunfish. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 37:496-508.
- Bajer, P. G., R. S. Hayward, G. W. Whitledge, and R. D. Zweifel. 2004.
Simultaneous identification and correction of systematic error in bioenergetics models: demonstration with a white crappie Pomoxis annularis model. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61:2168-2182.
- Hayward, R. S., N. Wang, and D. B. Noltie. 1997.
Use of compensatory growth to double hybrid sunfish growth rates. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 126:316-322.