Bull, A.

Ann BullAnn Bull
About Me:

A Southern California native, Ann was brought up on the ocean and worked as a deck-hand for her father during commercial fishing and charter boat operations. She received her Bachelor’s degree in both Biochemistry and Biology from University of California San Diego and went on to obtain a Master’s and PhD from Louisiana State University with her graduate fieldwork being completed at the Marine Biological Laboratory Woods Hole. Her post-doctoral work at Johns Hopkins University centered on the health of fish populations and their responses to anthropogenic changes of their environments. A career employee for the Department of the Interior in environmental research and assessment, she worked over a decade for the former Minerals Management Service, now, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), in the Gulf of Mexico Region and has been with BOEM Pacific Region since 2001. Dr. Bull’s research interests center on the ecological influence and effects, on both a local and regional scale, of offshore energy installations and artificial reefs. She is presently a member of the Board of Directors of the Southern California Academy of Sciences and the Chief of Environmental Sciences, BOEM Pacific Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Region where she oversees a multi-million dollar studies program on the OCS of California, Oregon, Washington and Hawaii.

Background: Regulator
Organization: Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Department: Environmental Sciences Section
Interest: Electromagnetic fields
Country: United States of America

Total results: 7
Title Author Date Content Type Technology Stressor Receptor
Assessing potential impacts of energized submarine power cables on crab harvests Love, M., Nishimoto, M., Clark, S. Journal Article Marine Energy, Wind Energy EMF Invertebrates, Human Dimensions, Fisheries
A Comparison of Fishes and Invertebrates Living in the Vicinity of Energized and Unenergized Submarine Power Cables and Natural Sea Floor off Southern California, USA Love, M., Nishimoto, M., Snook, L. Journal Article EMF Fish, Invertebrates
Renewable Energy in situ Power Cable Observation Love, M., Nishimoto, M., Clark, S. Report Marine Energy, Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind Attraction, EMF Fish, Demersal Fish, Pelagic Fish, Invertebrates
Potential Impact of Submarine Power Cables on Crab Harvest Bull, A., Nishimoto, M. Conference Paper Marine Energy, Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind Attraction, Avoidance, EMF Invertebrates
Identical Response of Caged Rock Crabs (Genera Metacarcinus and Cancer) to Energized and Unenergized Undersea Power Cables in Southern California, USA Love, M., Nishimoto, M., Clark, S. Journal Article EMF Invertebrates
Oil Platforms off California are Among the Most Productive Marine Fish Habitats Globally Claisse, J., Pondella, D., Love, M. Journal Article Habitat Change Pelagic Fish, Fish, Ecosystem Processes, Demersal Fish
Proceedings of the Oregon Marine Renewable Energy Environmental Sciences Conference Boehlert, G., Braby, C., Bull, A. Conference Paper Marine Energy, Wave, Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind