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Everett, M. V., L. K. Park, E. A. Berntson, A. Elz, C. Whitmire, A. A. Keller, M. E. Clarke. 2016. Large-scale genotyping-by-sequencing indicates high levels of gene flow in the deep-sea octocoral Swiftia simplex (Nutting 1909) on the west coast of the United States. PLoS ONE.Go to metadata icon

Keller, A. A., W. W. Wakefield, C. Whitmire, B. H. Horness, M. A. Bellman, K. L. Bosley. 2014. Distribution of demersal fishes along the U.S. west coast (Canada to Mexico) in relation to spatial fishing closures (2003  2011). Marine Ecology Progress Series, 501:169-190.Go to metadata icon

Getsiv-Clemons, J. E., W. W. Wakefield, C. Whitmire, I. J. Stewart. 2011. Identifying potential habitats from multibeam echosounder imagery to estimate abundance of groundfish: a case study at Heceta Bank, Oregon, USA.Go to metadata icon

Helser, T. E., I. J. Stewart, C. Whitmire, B. H. Horness. 2007. Model-based estimates of abundance for 11 species from the NMFS slope surveys. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-82, 145 p.Go to metadata icon

Whitmire, C.E., Embley, R.W., Wakefield, W.W., Merle, S.G., and Tissot, B.N., 2007, A quantitative approach for using multibeam sonar data to map benthic habitats, in Todd, B.J., and Greene, H.G., eds., Mapping the Seafloor for Habitat Characterization: Geological Association of Canada, Special Paper 47, p. 111-126Go to metadata icon

Whitmire CE and Clarke ME. 2007. State of Deep Coral Ecosystems of the U.S. Pacific Coast: California to Washington. pp. 109-154. In: SE Lumsden, Hourigan TF, Bruckner AW, and Dorr G (eds.) The State of Deep Coral Ecosystems of the United States. NOAA Technical Memorandum CRCP=3. Silver Spring, MD 365 pp.Go to metadata icon

Wakefield, W. W., C. Whitmire, J. E. Clemons, B. N. Tissot. 2005. Fish habitat studies: Combining high-resolution geological and biological data. Pages 119-138 in Barnes, P. W., J. P. Thomas. (Eds.) Benthic habitats and the effects of fishing. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 41,, Bethesda, Maryland.Go to metadata icon