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Resource Ecology and Ecosystem Modeling:  Recent Publications

  • Quantifying food web interactions in the North Pacific – a data-based approach.
    LIVINGSTON, P. A., K. AYDIN, T. W. BUCKLEY, G. M. LANG, M.-S. YANG, and B. S. MILLER. 2017. Quantifying food web interactions in the North Pacific – a data-based approach. Environ. Biol. Fishes 100:443-470. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10641-017-0587-0   Online.
     
  • Diet compositions and trophic guild structure of the eastern Chukchi Sea demersal fish community
    WHITEHOUSE G. A., T. W. BUCKLEY, and S. L. DANIELSON. 2017. Diet compositions and trophic guild structure of the eastern Chukchi Sea demersal fish community. Deep-Sea Res. II 135:95-110. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr2.2016.03.010  Online.
     
  • Seabird bycatch and mitigation efforts in Alaska fisheries Summary Report: 2007 through 2015
    EICH, A.M., K.R. MABRY, S.K. WRIGHT, and S.M. FITZGERALD. 2016. Seabird bycatch and mitigation efforts in Alaska fisheries Summary Report: 2007 through 2015. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-F/AKR-12, 47 p.   Online.
     
  • Spatio-temporal distribution of euphausiids: an important component to understanding ecosystem processes in the Gulf of Alaska and eastern Bering Sea.
    SIMONSEN, K. A., P. H. RESSLER, C. N. ROOPER, and S. G. ZADOR. 2016. Spatio-temporal distribution of euphausiids: an important component to understanding ecosystem processes in the Gulf of Alaska and eastern Bering Sea. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 73:2020-2036. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsv272  Online.
     
  • Trophic structure of the eastern Chukchi Sea: an updated mass balance food web model.
    WHITEHOUSE, G. A., and K. Y. AYDIN. 2016. Trophic structure of the eastern Chukchi Sea: an updated mass balance food web model. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC-318, 175 p. Online (.pdf, 2.8 MB).  Online.
     
  • Updated maturity estimates for flatfishes (Pleuronectidae) in the eastern Bering Sea, with implications for fisheries management.
    TENBRINK, T. T., and T. K. WILDERBUER. 2015. Updated maturity estimates for flatfishes (Pleuronectidae) in the eastern Bering Sea, with implications for fisheries management. Mar. Coast. Fish. 7:474-482. DOI:10.1080/19425120.2015.1091411. (.pdf, 577 KB, Open Access).  Online.
     
  • Foraging strategies of Laysan albatross inferred from stable isotopes: Implications for association with fisheries.
    EDWARDS, A. E., S. M. FITZGERALD, J. K. PARRISH, J. L. KLAVITTER, and M. D. ROMANO. 2015. Foraging strategies of Laysan albatross inferred from stable isotopes: Implications for association with fisheries. PLoS ONE 10:e0133471. 10.1371/journal.pone.0133471. (.pdf, 849 KB, open access).   Online.
     
  • DNA-based identification methods of prey fish from stomach contents of 12 species of eastern North Pacific groundfish.
    PAQUIN, M. M., T. W. BUCKLEY, R. E. HIBPSHMAN, and M. F. CANINO. 2014. DNA-based identification methods of prey fish from stomach contents of 12 species of eastern North Pacific groundfish. Deep-Sea Res. I 85:110-117. 
     
  • Report of the National Marine Fisheries Service’s National Seabird Workshop: Building a National Plan to Improve the State of Knowledge and Reduce Commercial Fisheries Impacts on Seabirds.
    RIVERA, K. S., L. T. BALLANCE, L. BENAKA, E. R. BREUER, S. G. BROOKE, S. M. FITZGERALD, P. L. HOFFMAN, N. LeBOEUF, and G. T. WARING. 2014. Report of the National Marine Fisheries Service’s National Seabird Workshop: Building a National Plan to Improve the State of Knowledge and Reduce Commercial Fisheries Impacts on Seabirds. September 9–11, 2009, Alaska Fisheries Science Center, Seattle, WA. U.S. Dept. of Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-F/SPO-139, 78 p. 
     
  • Habitat and infauna prey availability for flatfishes in the northern Bering Sea.
    YEUNG, C., and M.-S. YANG. 2014. Habitat and infauna prey availability for flatfishes in the northern Bering Sea. Polar Biol. 37:1769-1784. 
     
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