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Masi, M., C. H. Ainsworth, I. C. Kaplan, M. J. Schirripa. In press. Evaluation of robust single-species harvest control rules for managing reef fish in the Gulf of Mexico. Marine and Coastal Fisheries.Go to metadata icon

Chasco, B., I. C. Kaplan, A. Thomas, A. Acevedo-Gutierrez, D. P. Noren, M. J. Ford, M. B. Hanson, J. Scordino, K. Marshall, A. O. Shelton, C. D. Matkin, B. J. Burke, E. J. Ward. 2017. Competing tradeoffs between increasing marine mammal predation and fisheries harvest of Chinook salmon. Scientific Reports.Go to metadata icon

Chasco, B., I. C. Kaplan, E. J. Ward, A. Thomas, A. Acevedo-Gutierrez, D. P. Noren, M. J. Ford, M. B. Hanson, J. Scordino, S. J. Jeffries, S. F. Pearson, K. N. Marshall. 2017. Estimates of Chinook salmon consumption in Puget Sound area waters by four marine mammal predators from 1970  2015. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. doi:10.1139/cjfas-2016-0203Go to metadata icon

Gruss, A., K. A. Rose, J. Simons, C. H. Ainsworth, E. A. Babcock, D. D. Chagaris, K. de Mutsert, J. Froeschke, P. Himchak, I. C. Kaplan, M. Zetina Rejon. 2017. Recommendations on the use of ecosystem modeling for informing ecosystem-based fisheries management and restoration outcomes in the Gulf of Mexico. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 9:281295. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19425120.2017.1330786Go to metadata icon

Kaplan, I. C., L. E. Koehn, E. E. Hodgson, K. Marshall, T. E. Essington. 2017. Modeling food-web effects of low sardine and anchovy abundance in the California Current. Ecological Modelling.Go to metadata icon

Marshall, K. N., I. C. Kaplan, E. E. Hodgson, A. J. Hermann, D. S. Busch, P. McElhany, T. E. Essington, C. J. Harvey, E. A. Fulton. 2017. Risks of ocean acidification on the California Current food web and fisheries: ecosystem model projections. Global Change Biology. doi:10.1111/gcb.13594Go to metadata icon

Tommasi, D., A. J. Hobday, R. D. Methot, I. C. Kaplan, J. P. Eveson, K. K. Holsman, T. J. Miller, S. K. Gaichas, M. Gehlen, A. Pershing, G. A. Vecchi, R. Msadek, T. Delworth, M. Eakin, M. A. Haltuch, R. Sefarian, C. Spillman, J. R. Hartog, S. A. Siedlecki, J. F. Samhouri, B. Muhling, R. Ash, M. L. Pinsky, V. Saba, S. Kapnick, C. F. Gaitan, R. R. Rykaczewski, M. A. Alexander, Y. Xue, K. Pegion, P. D. Lynch, M. R. Payne, T. Kristiansen, P. Lehodey, C. Werner. 2017. Managing living marine resources in a dynamic environment: the role of seasonal to decadal climate forecasts. Progress in Oceanography, 152:15-49.Go to metadata icon

H. Townsend, K. Aydin, K. Holsman, C. Harvey, I. Kaplan, E. Hazen, P. Woodworth-Jefcoats, M. Weijerman, T. Kellison, S. Gaichas, J. Link, K. Osgood, (editors). 2017. Report of the 4th National Ecosystem Modeling Workshop (NEMoW 4): Using Ecosystem Models to Evaluate Inevitable Trade-offs. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-F/SPO-XXXGo to metadata icon

Adams, J., I. C. Kaplan, B. Chasco, K. N. Marshall, A. Acevedo-Gutierrez, E. J. Ward. 2016. A century of Chinook salmon consumption by marine mammal predators in the Northeast Pacific Ocean. Ecological Indicators.Go to metadata icon

Bednarsek, N., C. J. Harvey, I. C. Kaplan, R. A. Feely, J. Mozina. 2016. Pteropods on the edge: convergence of warming, deoxygenation and acidification impacts from a modeling perspective. Progress in Oceanography, 145:1-24.Go to metadata icon

Hodgson, E., T. E. Essington, I. C. Kaplan. 2016. Extending semi-quantitative ecological risk assessment to include life stage considerations. PLoS ONE, 11(7). doi:doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0158917Go to metadata icon

Ihde, T. F., I. C. Kaplan, E. A. Fulton, I. A. Gray, M. Hasan, W. Slacum, D. Bruce, H. M. Townsend. 2016. Design and Parameterization of the Chesapeake Bay Atlantis model: A Spatially Explicit End-to-end Ecosystem Model. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-F/SPO-166, 146 p.Go to metadata icon

Kaplan, I. C., K. N. Marshall. 2016. A guinea pig's tale: learning to review end-to-end marine ecosystem models for management applications. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 73(7):1715-1724. doi:doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsw047Go to metadata icon

Kaplan, I. C., G. D. Williams, N. A. Bond, A. J. Hermann, S. A. Siedlecki. 2016. Cloudy with a chance of sardines: forecasting sardine distributions using regional climate models. Fisheries Oceanography, 25(1):15  27.Go to metadata icon

Koehn, L. E., T. E. Essington, K. Marshall, I. C. Kaplan, W. J. Sydeman, A. Szoboslai, J. Thayer. 2016. Developing A High Taxonomic Resolution Food Web Model of the California Current Ecosystem To Assess the Trophic Position of Forage Fish and their Predators. Ecological Modelling, 335:87-100.Go to metadata icon

Punt, A. E., A. D. MacCall, T. E. Essington, T. B. Francis, F. Hurtado-Ferro, K. Johnson, I. C. Kaplan, L. E. Koehn, P. S. Levin, W. J. Sydeman. 2016. Exploring the implications of sardine harvest control, accounting for predator dynamics: A MICE model. Ecological Modelling, 337(79-95).Go to metadata icon

Siedlecki, S. A., I. C. Kaplan, A. Herman, T. Nguyen, N. A. Bond, G. D. Williams, J. A. Newton, W. T. Peterson, S. R. Alin, R. A. Feely. 2016. DEVELOPMENT OF A SEASONAL FORECAST SYSTEM FOR NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CURRENT OCEAN CONDITIONS. Nature: Scientific Reports, 6:27203. doi:doi:10.1038/srep27203Go to metadata icon

Weijerman, M., J. Link, E. A. Fulton, E. Olsen, H. M. Townsend, S. Gaichas, C. Hansen, M. Skern-Mauritzen, I. C. Kaplan. 2016. ATLANTIS ECOSYSTEM MODEL SUMMIT: REPORT FROM A WORKSHOP. Ecological Modelling, 335:35-38.Go to metadata icon

Busch, D. S., M. J. O'Donnell, I. C. Kaplan, E. Ramanujam. 2015. Stress Tests for the Sea: Can Fisheries Withstand Ocean Acidification? Retrieved from Earthzine (www.earthzine.org), The next link will exit from NWFSC web site. Go to metadata icon

Weijerman, M., E. A. Fulton, I. C. Kaplan, R. Gorton, R. E. Brainard. 2015. An integrated coral reef ecosystem model to support adaptive management under a changing climate. PLoS ONE, 10(2):0144165.Go to metadata icon

Collie, J. S., I. C. Kaplan, .. .. et.al. 2014. Ecosystem Models for Fisheries Management: Finding the Sweet Spot. Fish and Fisheries, 17(1):101125.Go to metadata icon

Marshall, K. N., I. C. Kaplan, P. S. Levin. 2014. New target fisheries lead to spatially variable food web effects in an ecosystem model of the California Current. Ecological Modelling. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2014.07.003Go to metadata icon

Kaplan, I. C. 2013. A Scientific Perspective on Ecosystem Relationships of Forage Fish. Report to Proceedings of Managing Our Nation's Fisheries Conference Conference proceedings, Pacific Fishery Management Council, Portland, Oregon, 202-216 p.Go to metadata icon

Kaplan, I.C., D.S. Holland and E.A Fulton 2013. Finding the gas pedal and brake in an individual quota fishery: Linking ecology, economics, and fleet dynamics to evaluate alternative management strategies for US West Coast trawl fisheries. ICES Journal of Marine Science 71(2)308-319. doi 10.1093/icesjms/fst114.Go to metadata icon

Kaplan, I. C., I. A. Gray, J. C. Field, A. D. Smith, E. A. Fulton, C. L. Brown. 2013. Impacts of depleting forage species in the California Current. Environmental Conservation.Go to metadata icon

Morzaria-Luna, H., C. H. Ainsworth, I. C. Kaplan, P. S. Levin, E. A. Fulton. 2013. Indirect effects of conservation policies on the coupled human-natural ecosystem of the Gulf of California. PLoS ONE, 8.5:e64085.Go to metadata icon

Ainsworth, C. H., H. Morzaria-Luna, I. C. Kaplan, P. S. Levin, E. A. Fulton, R. Cudney-Bueno, P. Turk-Boyer, J. Torre, G. D. Danemann, T. Pfister. 2012. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site New fisheries regulations must be accompanied by effective enforcement: a Gulf of California case study. Marine Policy.Go to metadata icon

Kaplan, I. C., I. A. Gray, P. S. Levin. 2012. Cumulative Impacts of Fisheries in the California Current. Fish and Fisheries. doi:10.1111/j.1467-2979.2012.00484.xGo to metadata icon

Kaplan, I. C., J. Leonard. 2012. From Krill to Convenience Stores: Forecasting the Economic and Ecological Effects of Fisheries Management on the US West Coast. Marine Policy, 36:947-954.Go to metadata icon

Kaplan, I. C., P. Horne, P. S. Levin. 2012. Screening California Current Fishery Management Scenarios using the Atlantis End-to-End Ecosystem Model. Progress in Oceanography, 102:5- 18.Go to metadata icon

Morzaria Luna, H. N., C. H. Ainsworth, I. C. Kaplan, P. S. Levin, E. A. Fulton. 2012. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Trade-offs between fisheries and conservation of the critically endangered vaquita (Phocoena sinus). PLoS ONE, 7(8):e42917. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0042917Go to metadata icon

Ainsworth, C. H., I. C. Kaplan, P. S. Levin, R. Cudney-Bueno, E. A. Fulton, M. Mangel, P. Turk-Boyer, J. Torre, A. Pares-Sierra, H. N. Morzaria Luna. 2011. Atlantis model development for the northern Gulf of California. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-110, 293 p.Go to metadata icon

Ainsworth, C. H., H. N. Morzaria Luna, I. C. Kaplan, P. S. Levin, E. A. Fulton. 2011. Full compliance with existing harvest regulations yields ecological benefits: a Northern Gulf of California case study. Journal of Applied Ecology, 49(1):63-72.Go to metadata icon

Fulton, E. A., J. S. Link, I. C. Kaplan, M. Savina-Rolland, P. Johnson, C. H. Ainsworth, P. Horne, R. Gorton, R. J. Gamble, A. D. Smith, D. C. Smith. 2011. Lessons in Modeling and Management of Marine Ecosystems: The Atlantis Experience. Fish and Fisheries, 12(2):171188. doi:10.1111/j.1467-2979.2011.00412.xGo to metadata icon

Smith, A. D., C. J. Brown, C. M. Bulman, E. A. Fulton, P. Johnson, I. C. Kaplan, H. Lozano-Montes, S. Mackinson, M. Marzloff, L. J. Shannon, Y. Shin, J. Tam. 2011. Impacts of fishing low trophic level species on marine ecosystems. Science, 333:1147-1150.Go to metadata icon

Ainsworth, C.H., Kaplan, I.C., Levin, P.S. and Mangel, M., 2010. A statistical approach for estimating fish diet compositions from multiple data sources: Gulf of California case study. Ecological Applications, 20(8): 2188-2202.Go to metadata icon

Chittaro, P. M., I. C. Kaplan, A. A. Keller, P. S. Levin. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Trade-offs between species conservation and the size of marine protected areas. Conservation Biology, 24(1):197-206.Go to metadata icon

Horne, P., I. C. Kaplan, K. Marshall, P. S. Levin, C. J. Harvey, A. J. Hermann, E. A. Fulton. 2010. Design and parameterization of a spatially explicity ecosystem model of the central California Current. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-104, 140 p. (PDF | Excel data file)Go to metadata icon

Kaplan, I. C., P. S. Levin, M. Burden, E. A. Fulton. 2010. Fishing Catch Shares in the Face of Global Change: A Framework For Intergrating Cumulative Impacts and Single Species Management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 67:1968-1982.Go to metadata icon

Dufault, A. M., K. Marshall, I. C. Kaplan. 2009. A synthesis of diets and trophic overlap of marine species in the California Current. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-103, 81 p. (PDF | Excel data file)Go to metadata icon

Kaplan, I. C., P. S. Levin. 2009. Ecosystem-based management of what? An emerging approach for balancing conflicting objectives in marine resource management. Technical Springer, 736 p.Go to metadata icon

Levin, P. S., R. Grober-Dunsmore, E. Greene, I. C. Kaplan, S. Oyamada, K. Siegfried, M. Mangel. 2009. A framework for assessing the biodiversity and fishery aspects of marine reserves. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46:735-742.Go to metadata icon

Brand, E. J., I. C. Kaplan, C. J. Harvey, P. S. Levin, E. A. Fulton, A. J. Hermann, J. C. Field. 2007. A spatially explicit ecosystem model of the California Current's food web and oceanography. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-84, 145 p.Go to metadata icon