Mr. Juan C. Levesque, Marine Biologist, has broad writing experience from press-releases to technical reports. He has authored or co-authored many documents and various federally mandated reports associated with ESA, EFH or NEPA related alternative analyses. His work has been featured in peer-review scientific journals and popular magazines, such as Florida Sportsman. Overall, Mr. Levesque has authored or co-authored over 100 documents: 1 Book, 3 Book Chapters, 63 Technical Reports, 17 Peer-Review Scientific Articles, 8 Federal Regulations, 8 Press Releases, 7 NEPA Documents, 4 Formal ESA Section 7 Biological Opinions, 4 Pending Scientific Articles, 1 Memorandum of Agreement, and numerous Federal Policy Documents and Popular Outdoor Activity Articles.
A technical report (also scientific report) is a document that describes the process, progress, or results of technical or scientific research or the state of a technical or scientific research problem. It might also include recommendations and conclusions of the research. Mr. Levesque has written many technical reports.
Peer-reviewed (refereed or scholarly) articles are written by experts and reviewed by several other experts in the field before they can be published in a scientific journal to insure the article's quality. Mr. Levesque has written various peer review articles on a variety of subjects and marine taxa, including fish, sharks, and mammals.
Articles are written by experts in a particular field that are accepted, reviewed, and edited by magazine editor before the article is published to insure the article's quality. Sometimes, editors solicit or commission stories from a freelance writer for their magazines. Mr. Levesque has written various magazine articles.
Juan C. Levesque, Fishery Biologist, has also written a book and several book chapters. In 2008, he published a book called "Pelagic Sharks: Fisheries Management and Conservation." He also recently wrote three chapters (Captive on the High Seas) for the book "Eyes on the Seas: A look into the Fisheries Observer Profession Through Stories and Creative Works" that was primarily edited by the late Keith Granger Davis. Sadly, Keith mysteriously disappeared from a fishing vessel in September 2015 while working as a fishery observer off the coast of Peru.
Both books can be purchased through Amazon.