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Recruitment Processes: 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., HORNE J. K., ROGERS L. A. 2019. Effects of temperature on the distribution and density of capelin in the Gulf of Alaska. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 620:119-138.   Online.
  • VESTFALS, C. D., F. MUETER, J. T. DUFFY-ANDERSON, M. S. BUSBY, and A. De ROBERTIS, 2019. Spatiotemporal distribution of polar cod (Boreogadus saida) and saffron cod (Eleginus gracilis) early life stages in the Pacific Arctic. Polar Biol. 42:969-990   Online.
  • ARKEMA, K. K., L. A. ROGERS, J. TOFT, A. MESHER, K. H. WYATT, S. ALBURY-SMITH, S. MOULTRIE, M. H. RUCKELSHAUS, and J. SAMHOURI. 2019. Integrating fisheries management into sustainable development planning. Ecol. Soc. 24(2):1.  Online.
  • KEARNEY, K. A. 2019. Freshwater input to the Bering Sea, 19502017, 107 p. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC-388, 46 p.   Online.
  • LADD, C., L. B. EISNER, S. A. SALO, C. W. MORDY, and M. D. IGLESIAS‐RODRIGUEZ. 2018. Spatial and temporal variability of coccolithophore blooms in the eastern Bering Sea. J. Geophys. Res.: Oceans. Early online.   Online.
  • MARSHALL, K. N., J. T. DUFFY-ANDERSON, E. J. WARD, S. C. ANDERSON, M. E. HUNSICKER, and B. C. WILLIAMS. 2018. Long-term trends in ichthyoplankton assemblage structure, biodiversity, and synchrony in the Gulf of Alaska and their relationships to climate. Prog. Oceanogr. Early online.   Online.
  • ROGERS, L. A., and A. B. DOUGHERTY. 2018. Effects of climate and demography on reproductive phenology of a harvested marine fish population. Global Change Biol. Early online.   Online.
  • DOUGHERTY, A. B., D. T. JONES, K. L. MIER, L. A. ROGERS, and T. C. VANCE. 2018. Temperature effects on larval walleye pollock (Gadus chalcogrammus) In the Gulf of Alaska (1987 - 2010). AFSC Processed Rep. 2018-06, 37 p. Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., NOAA, Natl. Mar. Fish. Serv., 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle WA 98115.   Online.
  • DOYLE, M. J., C. DEBENHAM, S. J. BARBEAUX, T. W. BUCKLEY, J. L. PIRTLE, I. B. SPIES, W. T. STOCKHAUSEN, S. K. SHOTWELL, M. T. WILSON, and D. W. COOPER. 2018. A full life history synthesis of arrowtooth flounder ecology in the Gulf of Alaska: exposure and sensitivity to potential ecosystem change. J. Sea Res. 142:28-51.   Online.
  • PORTER, S.M., and L. CIANNELLI. 2018. Effect of temperature on Flathead Sole (Hippoglossoides elassodon) spawning in the southeastern Bering Sea during warm and cold years. J. Sea Res. 141:26-36.   Online.
  • DEARY, A. L., S. M. PORTER, A. B. DOUGHERTY, and J. T. DUFFY-ANDERSON. 2018. Preliminary observations of the skeletal development in pre-flexion larvae of sablefish Anoplopoma fimbria. Ichthyol. Res. Early Online.   Online.
  • WILSON, M. T., A. DOUGHERTY, M. E. MATTA, K. L. MIER, and J. A. MILLER. 2018. Otolith chemistry of juvenile walleye pollock Gadus chalcogrammus in relation to regional hydrography: evidence of spatially split cohorts. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 588:163-178.   Online.
  • LAMAN, E. A., C. N. ROOPER, K. TURNER, S. ROONEY, D. W. COOPER, and M. ZIMMERMANN. 2017. Using species distribution models to describe essential fish habitat in Alaska. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. Early online.   Online.
  • Shelton, A. O., M. E. Hunsicker, E. J. Ward, B. E. Feist, R. Blake, C. L. Ward, B. C. Williams, J. T. Duffy-Anderson, A. B. Hollowed, and A. C. Haynie. 2017. Spatio-temporal models reveal subtle changes to demersal communities following the Exxon Valdez oil spill. ICES J. Mar. Sci.  Online.
  • SIGLER, M. F., F. J. MUETER, B. A. BLUHM, M. S. BUSBY, E. D. COKELET, S. L. DANIELSON, A. De ROBERTIS, L. B. EISNER, E. V. FARLEY, K. IKEN, K. J. KULETZ, R. R. LAUTH, E. A. LOGERWELL, and A. I. PINCHUK. 2017. Late summer zoogeography of the northern Bering and Chukchi seas. Deep Sea Res. II 135:168-189.   Online.
  • COOPER, D. W., and D. G. NICHOL. 2016. Juvenile northern rock sole (Lepidopsetta polyxystra) spatial distribution and abundance patterns in the eastern Bering Sea: spatially dependent production linked to temperature. ICES 73:1138-1146.   Online.
  • WILDERBUER, T., J. T. DUFFY-ANDERSON, P. STABENO, and A. HERMANN. 2016. Differential patterns of divergence in ocean drifters: Implications for larval flatfish advection and recruitment. J. Sea Res. 111:11-24.   Online.
  • SOHN, D., L. CIANNELLI, and J. T. DUFFY-ANDERSON. 2016. Distribution of early life Pacific halibut and comparison with Greenland halibut in the eastern Bering Sea. J. Sea Res. 107:31-42.   Online.
  • PETRIK, C. M., J. T. DUFFY-ANDERSON, F. CASTRUCCIO, E. N. CURCHITSER, S. L. DANIELSON, K. HEDSTROM, and F. MUETER. 2016. Modelled connectivity between Walleye Pollock (Gadus chalcogrammus) spawning and age-0 nursery areas in warm and cold years with implications for juvenile survival. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 73:1890-1900.   Online.

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