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Fisheries Behavioral Ecology - Publications (2001 - 2005)

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- 2001 -

Chant, R.J. and A.W. Stoner. 2001. Particle trapping in a stratified flood-dominated estuary. Journal of Marine Research 59:29-51.   [Abstract]

Davis, M.W. 2001. Behavioral responses of walleye pollock, Theragra chalcogramma, larvae to experimental gradients of sea water flow: implications for vertical distribution. Environmental Biology of Fishes 61:253-260.   [Abstract]

Davis, M.W. and B.L. Olla. 2001. Stress and delayed mortality induced in Pacific halibut by exposure to hooking, net towing, elevated seawater temperature and air: implications for management of bycatch. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 21:725-732.   [Abstract]

Davis, M.W., B.L. Olla, and C.B. Schreck. 2001. Stress induced by hooking, net towing, elevated sea water temperature and air in sablefish: lack of concordance between mortality and physiological measures of stress. Journal of Fish Biology 58:1-15.   [Abstract]

Phelan, B.A., J.P. Manderson, A.W. Stoner, A.J. Bejda. 2001. Size-related shifts in the habitat associations of young-of-the-year winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus): field observations and laboratory experiments with sediments and prey. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 257:297-315.   [Abstract]

Shaheen, P.A., L.L. Stehlik, C.J. Meise, A.W. Stoner, J.P. Manderson, and D.L. Adams. 2001. Feeding behavior of newly settled winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) on calanoid copepods. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 257:37-51.   [Abstract]

Sogard, S.M., K.W. Able, and S.M. Hagan. 2001. Long-term assessment of settlement and growth of juvenile winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) in New Jersey estuaries. Journal of Sea Research 45:189-204.   [Abstract]

Sogard, S.M. and B.L. Olla. 2001. Growth and behavioral responses to elevated temperatures by juvenile sablefish Anoplopoma fimbria and the interactive role of food availability. Marine Ecology Progress Series 217:121-134.   [Abstract]

Stoner, A.W., J.P. Manderson, and J.P. Pessutti. 2001. Spatially explicit analysis of estuarine habitat for juvenile winter flounder: combining generalized additive models and geographic information systems. Marine Ecology Progress Series 213:253-271.   [Abstract]

Sturm, E.A. and M.H. Horn. 2001. Increase in the occurrence and abundance of zebraperch (Hermosilla azurea) in the southern California bight in recent decades. Bulletin of Southern California Academy of Science 100:170-174.


- 2002 -

Davis, M.W. 2002. Key principles for understanding fish bycatch discard mortality. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59:1834-1843.   [Abstract]

Davis, M.W. and B.L. Olla. 2002. Mortality of lingcod towed in a net as related to fish length, seawater temperature, and air exposure: a laboratory bycatch study. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22:1095-1104.   [Abstract]

Hurst, T.P. and D.O. Conover. 2002. Effects of temperature and salinity on survival of young-of-the-year Hudson River striped bass (Morone saxatilis): implications for optimal overwintering habitats. Canadian Journal Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59:787-795.   [Abstract]

Manderson, J.P., B.A. Phelan, C. Meise, L.L. Stehlik, A.J. Bejda, J. Pessutti, L. Arlen, A. Draxler, and A.W. Stoner. 2002. Spatial dynamics of habitat suitability for the growth of newly settled winter flounder Pseudopleuronectes americanus in an estuarine nursery. Marine Ecology Progress Series 228:227-239.   [Abstract]

Ryer, C.H. 2002. Trawl stress and escapee vulnerability to predation in juvenile walleye pollock: Is there an unobserved bycatch of behaviorally impaired escapees? Marine Ecology Progress Series 232:269-279.   [Abstract]

Ryer, C.H., A. Lawton, R.J. Lopez, and B.L. Olla. 2002. A comparison of the functional ecology of visual vs non-visual foraging in two planktivorous marine fishes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59:1305-1314.   [Abstract]

Sogard, S.M. and B.L. Olla. 2002. Contrasts in the capacity and underlying mechanisms for compensatory growth in two pelagic marine fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 243:165-177.   [Abstract]

Stoner, A.W. and A.A. Abookire. 2002. Sediment preferences and size-specific distribution of young-of-the-year Pacific halibut in an Alaska nursery. Journal of Fish Biology 61:540-559.   [Abstract]


- 2003 -

De Robertis, A., C.H. Ryer, A. Veloza, and R.D. Brodeur. 2003. Differential effects of turbidity on prey consumption of piscivorous and planktivorous fish. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60:1517-1526.   [Abstract]

Hurst, T.P. and D.O. Conover. 2003. Seasonal and interannual variation in the allometry of energy allocation in juvenile striped bass. Ecology 84(12):3360-3369.   [Abstract]

Jordan, R.C., D.V. Howe, T.P. Hurst, and F. Juanes. 2003. Feeding habits of age-0 striped bass, Morone saxatilis, in the mid-Hudson River estuary: temporal, spatial, and ontogenetic variation. Estuaries 26:1486-1493.   [Abstract]

Stoner, A.W. 2003a. What constitutes essential nursery habitat for marine species? A case study of habitat form and function for queen conch. Marine Ecology Progress Series 257:275-289.   [Abstract]

Stoner, A.W. 2003b. Hunger and light level alter response to bait by Pacific halibut: laboratory analysis of detection, location and attack. Journal of Fish Biology 62:1176-1193.   [Abstract]

Stoner, A.W. and M.L. Ottmar. 2003. Relationships between size-specific sediment preferences and burial capabilities in juveniles of two Alaska flatfishes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 282:85-101.   [Abstract]

Stoner, A.W. and R.H. Titgen. 2003. Biological structures and bottom type influence habitat choices made by Alaska flatfishes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 292:43-59.   [Abstract]

van Montfrans, J., C.H. Ryer, and R.J. Orth. 2003. Substrate selection by blue crab Callinectes sapidus megalopae and first juvenile instars. Marine Ecology Progress Series 260:209-217.   [Abstract]


- 2004 -

Buckel, J.A. and A.W. Stoner. 2004. Negative effects of increasing group size on foraging in two estuarine piscivores. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 307:183-196.   [Abstract]

Davis, M.W. and S.J. Parker. 2004. Fish size and exposure to air: potential effects on behavioral impairment and mortality rates in discarded sablefish. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:518-524.   [Abstract]

Hurst, T.P. 2004. Temperature and state-dependence of feeding and gastric evacuation in juvenile Pacific halibut. Journal of Fish Biology 65:157-169.   [Abstract]

Hurst, T.P., K.A. McKown, and D.O. Conover. 2004. Interannual and long-term variation in the nearshore fish community of the mesohaline Hudson River estuary. Estuaries 27:659-669.   [Abstract]

Ryer, C.H. 2004a. Comparison of genetically based antipredator behaviour in hatchery and wild coho fry from a coastal Oregon river: interpreting a negative result. Journal of Fish Biology 64:1413-1418.   [Abstract]

Ryer, C.H. 2004b. Laboratory evidence for behavioural impairment of fish escaping trawls: a review. Journal of Marine Science 61:1157-1164.   [Abstract]

Ryer, C.H., M.L. Ottmar, and E.A. Sturm. 2004. Behavioral impairment after escape from trawl codends may not be limited to fragile fish species. Fisheries Research 66:261-269.   [Abstract]

Ryer, C.H., A.W. Stoner, and R.H. Titgen. 2004. Behavioral mechanisms underlying the refuge value of benthic habitat structure for two flatfishes with differing anti-predator strategies. Marine Ecology Progress Series 268:231-243.   [Abstract]

Sogard, S.M. and M.L. Spencer. 2004. Energy allocation in juvenile sablefish: effects of temperature, ration and body size. Journal of Fish Biology 64:726-738.   [Abstract]

Stoner, A.W. 2004. Effects of environmental variables on fish feeding ecology: implications for the performance of baited fishing gear and stock assessment. Journal of Fish Biology 65:1445-1471.   [Abstract]

Stoner, A.W. and M.L. Ottmar. 2004. Fish density and size alter Pacific halibut feeding: implications for stock assessment. Journal of Fish Biology 64:1712-1724.   [Abstract]

Stoner, A.W. and E.A. Sturm. 2004. Temperature and hunger mediate sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria) feeding motivation: implications for stock assessment. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61:238-246.   [Abstract]


- 2005 -

Davis, M.W. 2005. Behaviour impairment in captured and released sablefish: ecological consequences and possible substitute measures for delayed discard mortality. Journal of Fish Biology 66:254-265.   [Abstract]

Davis, M.W. and C.B. Schreck. 2005. Responses by Pacific halibut to air exposure: lack of correspondence among plasma constituents and mortality. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134:991-998.   [Abstract]

Hurst, T.P. and T.A. Duffy. 2005. Activity patterns in northern rock sole are mediated by temperature and feeding history. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 325:201-213.   [Abstract]

Hurst, T.P., M.L. Spencer, S.M. Sogard, and A.W. Stoner. 2005. Compensatory growth, energy storage and behavior of juvenile Pacific halibut Hippoglossus stenolepis following thermally induced growth reduction. Marine Ecology Progress Series 293:233-240.   [Abstract]

Rose, C.S., A.W. Stoner, and K. Matteson. 2005. Use of high-frequency imaging sonar to observe fish behaviour near baited fishing gears. Fisheries Research 76:291-304.   [Abstract]

Spencer, M.L., A.W. Stoner, C.H. Ryer, and J.E. Munk. 2005. A towed camera sled for estimating abundance of juvenile flatfishes and habitat characteristics: Comparison with beam trawls and divers. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 64:497-503.   [Abstract]

Stoner, A.W., C.H. Ryer, and R.A. McConnaughey. 2005. Ecological consequences of lost habitat structure for commercially significant flatfishes: habitat choice and vulnerability to predators. Pp. 602-603 in P.W. Barnes and J.P. Thomas (eds.), Benthic Habitats and the Effects of Fishing. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 41, Bethesda, Maryland.   [Abstract]


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