Professor Pine joined the faculty in 2008. He holds a Ph.D. from Auburn University where he focused on shrimp aquaculture and environmental impacts associated with inland low-salinity aquaculture. He has taught a variety of courses including: Introduction to Environmental Science, Climate Change, Introduction to Geology, Soil and Water Chemistry and Community Based Research. Professor Pine is on a leave of absence for 2018-19. read more…
Areas of Expertise
- Sustainable Aquaculture
- DiMaggio M.A., H.J. Pine, L.W. Kenter and D.L. Berlinsky (2015) Spawning, Larviculture and Salinity Tolerance of Alewives and Blueback Herring in Captivity. North American Journal of Aquaculture 77:302-311.
- Pine HJ, Roy LA, Boyd CE, Davis DA. (2012). Influencia del tipo de suelo sobre el crecimiento del camarón en aguas de baja salinidad. “The influence of soil type on growth of shrimp in low salinity waters” Aqua Cultura 94:30-32.
- Pine H.J. and C.E. Boyd (2011). Magnesium Budget for Inland Brackish Water Shrimp Ponds in Alabama. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 42(5) 705-713.
- Pine H.J. and C. E. Boyd (2011). Stream Salinization Resulting from Inland Brackish Water Aquaculture in Alabama. North American Journal of Aquaculture 73(2) 107-113.
- Roy, L.A, D.A. Davis, I.P. Saoud, C.A. Boyd, H.J. Pine, and C.E. Boyd (2010). Shrimp culture in inland low salinity waters. Reviews in Aquaculture 2(4) 191-208.
- Ph.D., Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures, 2008, Auburn University
- M.S., Fisheries and Allied Aquaculture, 2005, Auburn University
- B.S., Biology, 1998, Muhlenberg College