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RACE Division: Recent Publications

  • DUFFY-ANDERSON, J. T., P. STABENO, A. G. ANDREWS III, K. CIECIEL, A. DEARY, E. FARLEY, C. FUGATE, C. HARPOLD, R. HEINTZ, D. KIMMEL, K. KULETZ, J. LAMB, M. PAQUIN, S. PORTER, L. ROGERS, A. SPEAR and E. YASUMIISHI. 2019. Responses of the northern Bering Sea and southeastern Bering Sea pelagic ecosystems following record‐breaking low winter sea ice. Geophys. Res. Let. 46.   Online.
  • McGOWAN, D. W., J. K. HORNE, J. T. THORSON and M. ZIMMERMANN. 2019. Influence of environmental factors on capelin distributions in the Gulf of Alaska. Deep Sea Res. II. 165: 238-254.   Online.
  • PIRTLE, J. L., S. K. SHOTWELL, M. ZIMMERMANN, J. A. REID and N. GOLDEN. 2019. Habitat suitability models for groundfish in the Gulf of Alaska. Deep Sea Res. II. 165:303-321.   Online.
  • ZIMMERMANN, M. 2019. Comparison of the physical attributes of the central and eastern Gulf of Alaska integrated ecosystem research program inshore study sites. Deep Sea Res. II 165:280-291.   Online.
  • ZIMMERMANN, M., A. DE ROBERTIS and O. ORMSETH 2019. Verification of historical smooth sheet bathymetry for the Gulf of Alaska Integrated Ecosystem Research Program. Deep Sea Res. II 165:292-302.   Online.
  • MORDY, C. W., P. J. STABENO, N. B. KACHEL, D. KACHEL, C. LADD, M. ZIMMERMANN, A. J. HERMANN, K. O. COYLE and M. J. DOYLE. 2019. Patterns of flow in the canyons of the northern Gulf of Alaska. Deep Sea Res. II. 165:203-220.   Online.
  • PIETSCH, T. W., and J. W. ORR. 2019. Obituary. Jean Richard Dunn (19342017). Copeia 107:379381.  Online.
  • ORR, J. W., D. E. STEVENSON, G. HANKE, I. B. SPIES, JAMES A. BOUTILLIER, and G. R HOFF. 2019. Range extensions and new records from Alaska and British Columbia for two skates, Bathyraja spinosissima and B. microtrachys. Northwest. Nat. 100:3747.  Online.
  • LAUTH, R. R., E. J. DAWSON, and J. CONNER. 2019. Results of the 2017 eastern and northern Bering Sea continental shelf bottom trawl survey of groundfish and invertebrate fauna. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC-396, 260 p.   Online.
  • ROOPER, C. N., G. R. HOFF, D. E. STEVENSON, J. W. ORR, and I. B. SPIES. 2019. Skate egg nursery habitat in the eastern Bering Sea: a predictive model. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 609:163178.  Online.
  • Additional recent RACE publications


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