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  • PUNT, A. E., D. POLJAK, M. G. DALTON, and R. J. FOY. 2014. Evaluating the impact of ocean acidification on fishery yields and profits: the example of red king crab in Bristol Bay. Ecol. Model. 285:39-53.  (added 9-22-14).
     
  • MATKIN, C. O., J. W. TESTA, G. M. ELLIS, and E. L. SAULITIS. 2014. Life history and population dynamics of southern Alaska resident killer whales (Orcinus orca). Mar. Mammal Sci: 30:460-479.  (added 9-22-14).
     
  • HAWKYARD, M., B. LAUREL, and C. LANGDON. 2014. Rotifers enriched with taurine by microparticulate and dissolved enrichment methods influence the growth and metamorphic development of northern rock sole (Lepidopsetta polyxystra) larvae. Aquaculture 424-42:151-157.   (added 9-22-14).
     
  • COPEMAN, L. A., B. J. LAUREL, and C. C. PARRISH. 2013. Effect of temperature and tissue type on fatty acid signatures of two species of North Pacific juvenile gadids: a laboratory feeding study. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 448:188-196.  (added 9-22-14).
     
  • VULSTEK, S. C., T. P. LINDEROTH, J. R. GUYON, and D. A. TALLMON. 2013. Spatio-temporal population genetic structure and mating system of red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus) in Alaska. J. Crustacean Biol. 335:691-701.  (added 9-10-14).
     
  • HOWARD, J., E. BABIJ, R. GRIFFIS, B. HELMUTH, A. HIMES-CORNELL, P. NIEMIER, M. ORBACH, L. PETES, S. ALLEN, G. AUAD, R. BEARD, M. BOATMAN, N. BOND, T. BOYER, D. BROWN, P. CLAY, K. CRANE, S. CROSS, M. DALTON, J. DIAMOND, R. DIAZ, E. DUFFY, D. FAUQUIER, W. FISHER, M. GRAHAM, B. HALPERN, L. HANSEN, B. HAYUM, S. HERRICK, A. HOLLOWED, D. HUTCHINS, E. JEWETT, D. JIN, N. KNOWLTON, D. KOTOWICZ, T. KRISTIANSEN, P. LITTLE, C. LOPEZ, P. LORING, R. LUMPKIN, A. MACE, K. MENGERINK, J. R. MORRISON, J. MURRAY, K. NORMAN, J. O’DONNELL, J. OVERLAND, R. PARSONS, N. PETTIGREW, L. PFEIFFER, E. PIDGEON, M. PLUMMER, J. POLOVINA, J. QUINTRELL, T. ROWLES, J. RUNGE, M. RUST, E. SANFORD, U. SEND, M. SINGER, C. SPEIR, D. STANITSKI, C. THORNBER, C. WILSON, and Y. XUE. 2013. Oceans and marine resources in a changing climate, p. 71-192. In R. N. Hughes, D. J. Hughes, and I. P. Smith (editors). Oceanography and Marine Biology: an Annual Review, Vol. 51. CRC Press.  (added 9-10-14).
     
  • LEW, D. K., and C. SEUNG. 2014. On the statistical significance of regional economic impacts from changes in recreational fishing harvest limits in southern Alaska. Mar. Resour. Econ. 29:241-257.  (added 8-27-14).
     
  • TORRES, M., and R. FELTHOVEN. 2014. Productivity growth and product choice in catch share fisheries: the case of Alaska pollock. Mar. Policy 50:280-289.  (added 8-25-14).
     
  • STACHURA, M. M., T. E. ESSINGTON, N. J. MANTUA, A. B. HOLLOWED, M. A. HALTUCH, P. D. SPENCER, T. A. BRANCH, and M. J. DOYLE. 2014. Linking Northeast Pacific recruitment synchrony to environmental variability. Fish. Oceanogr. 23:389-408.  (added 8-25-14).
     
  • HOLLOWED, A., and S. SUNDBY. 2014. Change is coming to the northern oceans. Science 344:1084-1085.  (added 8-25-14).
     
  • FELTHOVEN, R., J. LEE, and K. SCHNIER. 2014. Cooperative formation and peer effects in fisheries. Mar. Resour. Econ. 29:133-156.  (added 8-25-14).
     
  • FELTHOVEN, R., and S. KASPERSKI. 2013. Socioeconomic indicators for United States fisheries and fishing communities. PICES Press 21(2):20-23.  (added 8-25-14).
     
  • FAUNCE, C., J. CAHALAN, J. GASPER, T. A'MAR, S. LOWE, F. WALLACE, and R. WEBSTER. 2014. Deployment performance review of the 2013 North Pacific Groundfish and Halibut Observer Program. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC-281, 74 p. Online (.pdf, 4.15 MB).  Online.  (added 8-20-14).
     
  • HIMES-CORNELL, A., and K. KENT. 2014. Involving fishing communities in data collection: a summary and description of the Alaska Community Survey, 2010. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC-280, 170 p. (.pdf, 3 MB).  Online.  (added 8-20-14).
     
  • GODDARD, P., R. LAUTH, and C. ARMISTEAD. 2014. Results of the 2012 Chukchi Sea bottom trawl survey of bottomfishes, crabs, and other demersal macrofauna. U. S. Dep. Commer., NOAA-TM-AFSC-278, 110 p. (.pdf, 8.74 MB).  Online.  (added 8-20-14).
     
  • FISSEL, B. E. 2014. Economic indices for the North Pacific groundfish fisheries: Calculation and visualization. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC-279, 47 p. (.pdf, 756 KB).  Online.  (added 8-20-14).
     
  • ALLEN, B. M., and R. P. ANGLISS. 2014. Alaska marine mammal stock assessments, 2013. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC-277, 294 p. (.pdf, 11.9 MB).  Online.  (added 8-20-14).
     
  • SIGLER, M. F., P. J. STABENO, L. B. EISNER, J. M. NAPP, and F. J. MUETER. 2014. Spring and Fall Phytoplankton Blooms in the Eastern Bering Sea During 1995–2011. AFSC Quarterly Report Feature (April-May-June 2014) 6 p. (.pdf, 1.85 MB).  Online.  (added 7-31-14).
     
  • THOMPSON, K. A., S. S. HEPPELL, and G. G. THOMPSON. 2014. The effects of temperature and predator densities on the consumption of walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) by three groundfish in the Gulf of Alaska. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 71:1123-1133.  (added 7-31-14).
     
  • WHITEHOUSE, G. A., K. AYDIN, T. E. ESSINGTON, and G. L. HUNT, Jr. 2014. A trophic mass balance model of the eastern Chukchi Sea with comparisons to other high-latitude systems. Polar Biol. 37:911-939.   (added 7-31-14).
     
  • WEST, J. E., T. E. HELSER, and S. M. O’NEILL. 2014. Variation in quillback rockfish (Sebastes maliger) growth patterns from oceanic to inland waters of the Salish Sea. Bull. Mar. Sci. 90:747–761.  (added 7-31-14).
     
  • KOTWICKI, S., J. N. IANELLI, and A. E. PUNT. 2014. Correcting density-dependent effects in abundance estimates from bottom-trawl surveys. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 71:1107–1116.  (added 7-31-14).
     
  • EILER, J. H., T. M. GROTHUES, J. A. DOBARRO, and M. M. MASUDA. 2013. Comparing autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) and vessel-based tracking performance for locating acoustically tagged fish. Mar. Fish. Rev. 75(4):27-42. (.pdf, 2.67 MB).  Online.  (added 7-31-14).
     
  • ORR, J. W., D. T. DRUMM, G. R. HOFF, and D. E. STEVENSON. 2014. Species identification confidence in the Bering Sea Slope surveys (1976-2010). AFSC Processed Rep. 2014-05, 71 p. Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., NOAA, Natl. Mar. Fish. Serv., 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle WA 98115. (.pdf, 754 KB).  Online.  (added 7-29-14).
     
  • CLAPHAM, P., and C. BAXTER. 2013. Winged leviathan: the story of the humpback whale. Colin Baxter Photography, Ltd., Grantown-on-Spey, Scotland. 192 p.  (added 7-28-14).
     
  • STERLING, J. T., A. M. SPRINGER, S. J. IVERSON, S. P. JOHNSONN, N. A. PELLAND, D. S. JOHNSON, M. A. LEA, and N. A. BOND. 2014. The sun, moon, wind, and biological imperative -- shaping contrasting wintertime migration and foraging strategies of adult male and female northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus). PLoS One 9(4): e93068 21 p. (.pdf, 2.17 MB).  Online.  (added 7-28-14).
     
  • SHELDEN, K. E. W., B. A. AGLER, J. J. BRUEGGEMAN, L. A. CORNICK, S. G. SPECKMAN, and A. PREVEL-RAMOS. 2014. Harbor porpoise, Phocoena phocoena vomerina, in Cook Inlet, Alaska. Mar. Fish. Rev. 76:22-50. (.pdf, 12.4 MB).  Online.  (added 7-28-14).
     
  • MOURA, A. E., C. J. van RENSBURG, M. PILOT, A. TEHRANI, P. B. BEST, M. THORNTON, S. PLON, P. J. N. de BRUYN, K. C. WORLEY, R. A. GIBBS, M. E. DAHLHEIM, and A. R. HOELZEL. 2014. Killer whale nuclear genome and mtDNA reveal widespread population bottleneck during the last glacial maximum. Mol. Biol. Evol. 31:1121-1131.  (added 7-28-14).
     
  • IVASHCHENKO, Y. V., and P. J. CLAPHAM. 2014. Too much is never enough: the cautionary tale of Soviet illegal whaling. Mar. Fish. Rev. 76:1-21. (.pdf, 841 KB).  Online.  (added 7-28-14).
     
  • FIEBERG, J. R., and P. B. CONN. 2014. A hidden Markov model to identify and adjust for selection bias: an example involving mixed migration strategies. Ecol. Evol. 4:1903-1912.  (added 7-28-14).
     
  • De JESUS, M., G. HECKEL, J. M. BREIWICK, and S. B. REILLY. 2014. Migration timing and distance from shore of southbound eastern Pacific gray whales (Eschrichtius robustus) off Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. Mar. Mammal Sci. 30:674-690.  (added 7-28-14).
     
  • CLARKE, J. T., A. A. BROWER, C. L. CHRISTMAN, and M. C. FERGUSON. 2014. Distribution and relative abundance of marine mammals in the northeastern Chukchi and western Beaufort Seas, 2013: Annual report. OCS Study BOEM 2014-018. Natl. Mar. Mammal Lab., Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-6349. 330 p. (.pdf, 42 MB - note large file size)  Online.  (added 7-28-14).
     
  • BURNS, D., L. BROOKS, P. HARRISON, T. FRANKLIN, W. FRANKLIN, D. PATON, and P. CLAPHAM. 2014. Migratory movements of individual humpback whales photographed off the eastern coast of Australia. Mar. Mammal Sci. 30:562-578.  (added 7-28-14).
     
  • BROMS, K. M., D. S. JOHNSON, R. ALTWEGG, and L. L. CONQUEST. 2014. Spatial occupancy models applied to atlas data show Southern Ground Hornbills strongly depend on protected areas. Ecol. Appl. 24:363-374.  (added 7-28-14).
     
  • ANDRIOLO, A., A. N. ZERBINI, S. MOREIRA, J. L. PIZZORNO, D. DANILEWICZ, Y. G. MAIA, N. MAMEDE, F. R. CASTRO, and P. CLAPHAM. 2014. What do humpback whales Megaptera novaeangliae (Cetartiodactyla: Balaenopteridae) pairs do after tagging? Zoologia 31:105-113.  (added 7-28-14).
     
  • MOORE, S. E., E. A. LOGERWELL, L. EISNER, E. V. FARLEY, Jr., L. A. HARWOOD, K. KULETZ, J. LOVVORN, J. R. MURPHY, and L. T. QUAKENBUSH. 2014. Marine fishes, birds and mammals as sentinels of ecosystem variability and reorganization in the Pacific Arctic region, p. 337-392. In J. M. Grebmeier and W. Maslowski (editors), The Pacific Arctic Region: Ecosystem Status and Trends in a Rapidly Changing Environment. Springer, Dordrecht.  (added 6-30-14).
     
  • LEHNERT, H., and R. P. STONE. 2014. Aleutian Ancorinidae (Porifera, Astrophorida): Description of three new species from the genera Stelletta and Ancorina. Zootaxa 3826:341-355.  (added 6-30-14).
     
  • MASELKO, J., G. BISHOP, and P. MURPHY. 2013. Ghost fishing in the Southeast Alaska commercial Dungeness crab fishery. N. Am. J. Fish. Manage. 33:422-431.  (added 6-30-14).
     
  • STONE, R. P. 2014. The ecology of deep-sea coral and sponge habitats of the central Aleutian Islands of Alaska. NOAA Professional Paper NMFS 16, 52 p.  (added 6-16-14).
     
  • MORAN, P., J. F. BROMAGHIN, and M. MASUDA. 2014. Use of genetic data to infer population-specific ecological and phenotypic traits from mixed aggregations. PLoS ONE 9(6):e98470. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0098470. (.pdf, 1.1 MB).  Online.  (added 6-16-14).
     
  • HONKALEHTO, T., P. H. RESSLER, S. C. STIENESSEN, Z. BERKOWITZ, R. H. TOWLER, A. L. McCARTHY, and R. R. LAUTH. 2014. Acoustic Vessel-of-Opportunity (AVO) index for midwater Bering Sea walleye pollock, 2012-2013. AFSC Processed Rep. 2014-04, 19 p. Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., NOAA, Natl. Mar. Fish. Serv., 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle WA 98115. (.pdf, 586 KB).  Online.  (added 6-10-14).
     
  • ROOPER, C. N., M. ZIMMERMANN, M. M. PRESCOTT, and A. J. HERMANN. 2014. Predictive models of coral and sponge distribution, abundance and diversity in bottom trawl surveys of the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 503:157-176.  (added 6-9-14).
     
  • LEW, D. K., and D. M. LARSON. 2014. Is a fish in hand worth two in the sea? Evidence from a stated preference study. Fish. Res. 157:124-135.  (added 6-9-14).
     
  • LARSON, D. M., and D. K. LEW. 2014. The opportunity cost of travel time as a noisy wage fraction. Am. J. Agr. Econ. 96:420–437.  (added 6-9-14).
     
  • WALLER, R. G., R. P. STONE, J. JOHNSTONE, and J. MONDRAGON. 2014. Sexual reproduction and seasonality of the Alaskan red tree coral, Primnoa pacifica. PLoS ONE 9(4): e90893. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0090893.  Online.  (added 5-13-14).
     
  • RESSLER, P. H., A. De ROBERTIS, and S. KOTWICKI. 2014. The spatial distribution of euphausiids and walleye pollock in the eastern Bering Sea does not imply top-down control by predation. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 503:111-122.   (added 5-13-14).
     
  • PUNT, A. E., C. S. SZUWALSKI, and W. STOCKHAUSEN. 2014. An evaluation of stock–recruitment proxies and environmental change points for implementing the US Sustainable Fisheries Act. Fish. Res. 157:28-40.   (added 5-13-14).
     
  • HERMANN, A. J., G. A. GIBSON, N. A. BOND, E. N. CURCHITSER, K. HEDSTROM, W. CHENG, M. WANG, P. J. STABENO, L. EISNER, and K. D. CIECIEL. 2013. A multivariate analysis of observed and modeled biophysical variability on the Bering Sea shelf: Multidecadal hindcasts (1970–2009) and forecasts (2010–2040). Deep-Sea Res. II 94, 121-139.  (added 5-13-14).
     
  • PUNT, A. E., and M. W. DORN. 2014. Comparisons of meta-analytic methods for deriving a probability distribution for the steepness of the stock recruit relationship. Fish. Res. 149:43-54.  (added 5-5-14).
     
  • LEHNERT, H., R. P. STONE, and D. DRUMM. 2014. Geodia starki sp. nov. (Porifera, Demospongiae, Astrophorida) from the Aleutian Islands, Alaska, USA. J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. UK 94:261-265.  (added 5-5-14).
     
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