Matthew Resley joined Mote Marine Laboratory in 2005, and currently serves as the Broodstock Manager at Mote Aquaculture Research Park, where he is responsible for fish reproduction. He works on developing techniques for spawning and rearing new fish species in aquaculture, and he has co-authored more than 20 articles on the subject. Resley was part of the Mote team that undertook some of the world’s first efforts to maintain, condition and spawn two species of snook in captivity. Resley received his Master of Arts in Mariculture and his Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences at Texas A&M University.
M.S. in Aquaculture from Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi.
B.S. in Biology with an emphasis in marine science from Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi.
Rhody, N.R., Resley, M.J., Brennan, N.P., Main, K.L., Migaud, H. 2014. Spawning performance and endocrine profiles of captive common snook Centropomus undecimalis broodstock treated with different sustained release GnRHa-delivery systems. Aquaculture (In Press).
Main, K.L., M. Resley, N. Rhody, N. Brennan, M. Nystrom, F. Jaenike. (2011). Developing Florida pompano hatchery technology for offshore aquaculture, land-based systems and stock enhancement in the Gulf of Mexico. Aquaculture America 2011, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Rhody, N.R., K.L. Main, H. Migaud, M. Resley. 2011. Evaluation of spawning performance in wild captive common snook Centropomus undecimalis broodstock implanted with GnRHa. Aquaculture America 2011, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Main, K.L., M. Resley, N. Rhody, M. Nystrom, T. Stevens and C. Adams. 2010. An overview of Florida Pompano research at Mote Aquaculture Research Park. World Aquaculture2010, San Diego, California.
Resley, M., K.L. Main, J. Stubblefield. 2009. An overview of Common Snook (Centropomus undecimalis) broodstock maturation and spawning research in Florida. Abstract - Second International Symposium on the Biology and Culture of Snooks. Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico.
Resley, M.J., N. Rhody, K. Main. 2009. Assessment of Growth And Survival on Larval Common Snook, Centropomus Undecimalis, Fed Rotifers Enriched with Arachidonic Acid. Abstract - Aquaculture America 2009, Seattle, Washington. Main, K.L., N. Rhody, M. Nystrom, M. Resley (2007) Species Profile – Florida Pompano. Southern Regional Aquaculture Center (SRAC), No. 7206. September 6pp.
Resley, M.J., K.L. Main 2007. Current broodstock activities and research at Mote Marine Laboratory: A review. 3rd International Sustainable Marine Fish Culture Conference Proceedings, Fort Pierce, Florida.
Main, K.L., M.J. Resley, M. Nystrom, J. Stubblefield and C.S. Lee 2007. Controlled maturation and spawning of common snook Centropomis undecimalis. Aquaculture 2007 Conference Proceedings, San Antonio, Texas.
Resley, M.J., M.J. Nystrom and K.L. Main 2007. Comparison of essential fatty acid profiles in captive and wild Florida pompano Trachinotus carolinus eggs. Aquaculture 2007 Conference Proceedings, San Antonio, Texas. Resley, M.J., K.A. Web, G.J. Holt, 2006. Growth and survival of juvenile cobia, Rachycentron canadum, at different salinities in a recirculating aquaculture system. Aquaculture. 253, 398-407.
Resley, M.J., K.A. Web, G.J. Holt, D.A. McKee, 2005. Growth and survival of juvenile cobia, Rachycentron canadum, at different salinities. Aquaculture America Conference Proceedings, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Resley, M.J., K.A. Web, G.J. Holt, D.A. McKee, 2004. Growth and survival of juvenile cobia, Rachycentron canadum, at different salinities. Aquaculture 2004 Conference Proceedings, Honolulu, Hawaii.
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