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1 James Edward Ivey rd St N St. Petersburg, FL Ph Professional Preparation Ph.D University of South Florida Marine Science Optics M.S University of Southern Mississippi Marine Science Bio-Optics B.A University of Georgia Economics Industrial Analysis A.A Darton College Biology General Professional Appointments and Work Experience Saint Petersburg College Adjunct Professor Natural Sciences August 2012 to present Teach undergraduate non-science majors Taught in class Introduction to Marine Biology and Oceanography Laboratory Taught online course in Introduction to Oceanography Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute Research Associate Harmful Algal Bloom section October 2008 to present Analyze time series data to determine factors contributing to algal blooms Maintain and calibrate instruments on autonomous water quality platforms Process abiotic and biotic water quality measurements Authored eight grants as PI and eight as CO-PI Awarded three grants as PI and two as CO-PI Design experiments and direct field operations Present scientific results at regional to international meetings University of South Florida Graduate Assistant Ocean Optics Group January 1997 to 2008 Designed, built, maintained, and operated a slow sinking optical profiling package

2 Processed, archived, and analyzed optical data from a variety of instruments Developed and tested optical algorithms Contributed to proposals and reports through authoring sections and graphics Naval Research Laboratory Graduate Assistantship through USM Ocean Optics January 1995 to December 1996 Characterized and evaluated the WET Labs ac-9 Collected absorption, attenuation, and remote sensing reflectance measurements Processed discreet samples using spectrophotometric techniques University of Southern Mississippi Teaching Assistant Physical and chemical oceanography August 1994 to December 1994 Setup and maintained teaching laboratory experiments Assisted Students with classroom assignments Gulf Coast Research Laboratory Field Technician Estuarine circulation experiment June 1994 to August 1994 Temporary Summer Position Calibrated, maintained, repaired, and installed YSI current meters and tide gauges Maintained and Installed Campbell Scientific meteorological station University of Southern Mississippi Student Computer Laboratory Manger June 1992 to December 1995 Founded Marine Science student computer lab Setup, maintained, and repaired personal computers Assisted students with software difficulties Other Work Experience: Benthic zooplankton taxonomist, biological oceanography technician, industrial sales, retail management, plumber s helper, greens keeper, house painter, photographer, and factory worker. Synergistic Activities Computer Skills

3 MATLAB and Visual Basic programmer 3D CAD software (TurboCad and DesignCad Hydrolight, RADTRAN, Navigation Chart Packages, Sigma Plot, Sigma Stat, Microsoft Office Programming of scientific data loggers, microcontrollers, and instruments (CR- Basic, Basic Stamp, and Envirotech Microlab) Microsoft operating systems through Vista Repair and maintenance of personal computers Instrument Skills I have experience in calibrating, maintaining, repairing, data processing, and data analysis of: Activities Mangement ADCP: Sontek Backscattering sensors: HOBI Labs, WET Labs CTD: Sea-Bird & FSI Data loggers: Campbell, Onset, WET Labs Fluorometers: Turner (benchtop and in situ), in situ spectrophotmeters /transmissometers: WET Labs ac-9, ac-s Flux gate compasses, several GPS receivers, Campbell relay controllers, and cellular modems, altimeters, RO/DI water purification systems HPLC: Waters Nutrient Sensors: YSI 9600 in situ Nitrate Sensor, Microlab urea sensor Planar and scalar irradiance; and radiance sensors: HOBI Labs, Satlantic, Licor, USF Spectrix Sondes: YSI 6600 (CTD; turbidity; ph, dissolved oxygen; chlorophyll, phycocyanin, and phycoerythrin fluorescence probes Spectrophotometers: Perkins-Elmer, Kontron, Shimadzu Member Gulf of Mexico Alliance; Water Quality Data Management Committee Pinellas Millennium Environmental Project Science Fair Judge USF Student Aquarium Director President and Vice President, USM Student Oceanographic Society 33 cruises and field exercises including FSLE, CoBOP, and COPE exercises Member ASLO and CERF Setup and managed regional workshop on Grey Box modeling of time-series data Reviewer for the journal "Harmful Algal Blooms"

4 Managed three hourly employees and one full time employee Hired two employees Managed three interns Managed three grants including budget tracking and report Completed State of Florida Supervisor training Teaching Experience Volunteer for the Great American Teach-In Guest lecturer for USF Optics courses Teach Marine Biology & Oceanography at Saint Petersburg College Personal Interests Fishing, Scuba Diving, Salt Water Aquariums, Wood Working, Auto Repair Graduate Mentorship Committee Member, Dan Otis-Ph.D.-University of South Florida Outside Defense Chair, Luis Miranda-Ph.D.-University of South Florida Recent Collaborators David Millie Pine Island Enviroinformatics Cynthia Heil Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences David Fries-University of South Florida Gary Weckman-Ohio University Gary Hitchcock-University of Miami Hunter Carrick-Central Michigan University Karen Steidinger Florida Institute of Oceanography Bradley Penta Naval Research Laboratory Gary Kirkpatrick Mote Marine Laboratory Mark Luther University of South Florida Steve Meyers-University of South Florida John Ryan-Sarasota County Government Graduate Advisors Kendall Carder -University of South Florida (now with SRI) Paula Coble - University of South Florida Pamela Hallock Muller - University of South Florida Gabriel Vargo - University of South Florida Margaret O. Hall Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

5 Selected Publications Millie, D. F., G. R. Weckman, W. A. Young, J. E. Ivey, D. P. Fries, E. Ardjmand, and G. L. Fahnenstiel Coastal Big Data and nature-inspired computation: Prediction potentials, uncertainties, and knowledge derivation of neural networks for an algal metric. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 125: Millie, D. F., G. R. Weckman, W. A. Young, J. E. Ivey, H. J. Carrick, and G. L. Fahnenstiel Modeling microalgal abundance with artificial neural networks: Demonstration of a heuristic Grey-Box to deconvolve and quantify environmental influences. Environmental Modeling & Software. 38: Ivey, J. E Closure Between Apparent and Inherent Optical Properties of the Ocean with Applications to the Determination of Spectral Bottom Reflectance. Dissertation. University of South Florida. 278 pp. Otis, D. B., K.L. Carder, D.C. English, and J.E. Ivey CDOM transport from the Bahamas Banks. Coral Reefs. 23: Carder, K L., C. C. Liu, Z. Lee, D. C. English, J. Patten, F. R. Chen, J. E. Ivey, and C. O. Davis Illumination and turbidity effects on observing faceted bottom elements with uniform Lambertian albedos. Limnol. Oceanogr. 48: Voss, K. J., C. D. Mobley, L. K. Sundman, J. E. Ivey, and C. H. Mazel The spectral upwelling radiance distribution in optically shallow waters. Limnol. Oceanogr. 48: C. Hu, F. E. Muller-Karger, Z.-P. Lee, K. L. Carder, B. Roberts, J. J. Walsh, R. H. Weisberg, R. He, E. Johns, T. Lee, N. Kuring, J. Patch, J. Ivey, P. G. Coble, C. Heil, G. A. Vargo, R. G. Zepp, K. Steidinger, G. McRae, J. Boyer, G. Kirkpatrick, E. Mueller, R. Pierce, J. Culter, B. Keller, J. Hunt The 2002 black water event off SW Florida as detected by satellites. EOS. 83(26):281,285. Ivey, J., K. L. Carder, F. R. Chen and Z. P. Lee Absorption Measurements in Optically Clear Waters. Ocean Optics XVI, S. G. Ackleson, C. Trees, Eds. Proc. Costello, D. K., K.L. Carder, and J. Ivey Measurement and Interpretation of Diffuse Attenuation and Reflectance in Clear, Deep-Water Environments: the Effects of Trans-spectral Phenomena. Optics XVI, S. G. Ackleson, C. Trees, Eds. Proc. Liu, C.C., K.L. Carder, R. Miller, and J. Ivey Underwater scalar irradiance model for simulating the oceanic system. Applied Optics, 41(24): Lee, Z., J. E. Ivey, K. L. Carder, and R. G. Steward Pure Water Absorption Coefficient Around 400nm: Lab Measured Versus Field Observed. Ocean Optics XV. S. G. Ackleson and J. Marra, Eds. Proc. Ivey, J. E., K. L. Carder, H. Hochman, J. Patch, and R. G. Steward The Modulation of Optical Properties of Sombrero Key, Florida. Ocean Optics XIV proceedings. Lohrenz, S.E., D.G. Redalje, K.V. Matulewski, J.E. Ivey and A.D. Weidemann Comparison of measured inherent optical properties with estimates determined from reflectance in coastal waters off of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Ocean Optics XIII, S.G. Ackleson and R. Frouin, Eds. Proc. SPIE 2963, pp

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