Scientific & Statistical Committee Members are Economists, biologists, sociologists and natural resource attorneys who are knowledgeable about the technical aspects of fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico.
Socioeconomic Scientific & Statistical Committee Members are Sociologists and economists who advise the Council of the social and economic impacts of fishery management measures.
- Standing SSC
- Special Coral SSC
- Ecosystem SSC
- Special Mackerel SSC
- Special Red Drum SSC
- Special Reef Fish SSC
- Special Shrimp SSC
- Socioeconomic SSC
- Special Spiny Lobster/Stone Crab SSC
- SMZ Monitoring Team
Membership List Updated: 4/23/13
Persons are ineligible for membership on any committee or panel if that person has been convicted of a felony offense or is determined to have violated any federal or state marine resource law or regulation within the previous five years. In addition, persons are ineligible for membership on any scientific committee (SSC, SAP, or SEP) if that person directly receives funding from an association that lobbies the Council on fishery issues.