Richard H. Rosenblatt, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Marine Biology Scripps Institution of Oceanography, San Diego, California 
Area:
Ichthyology
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Ph.D. UCLA (Advisor was Dr. Boyd Walker)
Worked under Dr. Carl Hubbs at Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Cross-listing: Marine Ecology Tree

Parents

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Carl Leavitt Hubbs research assistant Scripps Oceanography (Marine Ecology Tree)
Boyd Wallace Walker grad student 1959 UCLA
 (Ph.D.: A REVISIONARY STUDY OF THE BLENNIOID FISH FAMILY TRIPTERYGIIDAE)

Children

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George Spahr Losey, Jr. research assistant 1967 Scripps Oceanography (Marine Ecology Tree)
W. Leo Smith research assistant 1995-1997 Scripps Oceanography
Ronald A. Fritzsche grad student Humboldt State University
John E. Graves grad student Scripps Oceanography
David Johnson grad student Scripps Oceanography
John E. McCosker grad student 1973 Scripps Oceanography (Marine Ecology Tree)
Robert R. Warner grad student 1969-1973 UC San Diego/ SIO (Marine Ecology Tree)
Peter A. Klimley grad student 1976-1982 (Marine Ecology Tree)
M. James Allen grad student 1978-1982 Scripps Institute (Marine Ecology Tree)
Raymond R. Wilson grad student 1984 Scripps Oceanography (Marine Ecology Tree)
Giuseppe Notarbartolo di Sciara grad student 1980-1985 Scripps Oceanography (Marine Mammal Science)
Robin Waples grad student 1986 Scripps Oceanography
Carol A. Stepien post-doc 1986-1992 Scripps Oceanography
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Rosenblatt RH, Miller EC, Hastings PA. (2013) Three new species of triplefin blennies of the genus Enneanectes (Teleostei, Tripterygiidae) from the tropical eastern Pacific with a key to Pacific species of Enneanectes. Zootaxa. 3636: 361-73
Hsieh CH, Reiss C, Watson W, et al. (2005) A comparison of long-term trends and variability in populations of larvae of exploited and unexploited fishes in the Southern California region: A community approach Progress in Oceanography. 67: 160-185
Rosenblatt RH, Smith WL. (2004) Icelinus limbaughi: A new species of sculpin (Teleostei: Cottidae) from southern California Copeia. 556-561
Hastings PA, Rosenblatt RH. (2003) Oceanographic collections at scripps Oceanography. 16: 86-87
Stepien CA, Rosenblatt RH, Bargmeyer BA. (2001) Phylogeography of the spotted sand bass, Paralabrax maculatofasciatus: divergence of Gulf of California and Pacific Coast populations. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 55: 1852-62
Rocha-Olivares A, Rosenblatt RH, Vetter RD. (1999) Cryptic species of rockfishes (Sebastes: Scorpaenidae) in the southern hemisphere inferred from mitochondrial lineages. The Journal of Heredity. 90: 404-11
Rocha-Olivares A, Rosenblatt RH, Vetter RD. (1999) Molecular evolution, systematics, and zoogeography of the rockfish subgenus Sebastomus (Sebastes, Scorpaenidae) based on mitochondrial cytochrome b and control region sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 11: 441-58
Stepien CA, Rosenblatt RH. (1996) Genetic divergence in antitropical pelagic marine fishes (Trachurus, Merluccius, and Scomber) between North and South America Copeia. 586-598
Rosenblatt RH, Humann P, DeLoach N. (1994) Reef Fish Identification Galápagos@@@Reef Fish Identification Galapagos Copeia. 1994: 833
Haygood MG, Edwards DB, Mowlds G, et al. (1994) Bioluminescence of myctophid and stomiiform fishes is not due to bacterial luciferase Journal of Experimental Zoology. 270: 225-231
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