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Brainard, R. E., C. Birkeland, C. M. Eakin, P. McElhany, M. Patterson, G. A. Piniak, M. Dunlap, M. Weijerman. In press. Incorporating Climate and Ocean Change into Extinction Risk Assessments for 82 Coral Species. Conservation Biology.Go to metadata icon

Bednarsek, N., R. A. Feely, N. Tolimieri, A. J. Hermann, S. A. Siedlecki, H. Poortenar, G. G. Waldbusser, P. McElhany, S. R. Alin, J. L. Menkel. 2017. Exposure history determines pteropod vulnerability to ocean acidification along the US West Coast. Nature: Scientific Reports, 7:4526:1-12. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-03934-zGo to metadata icon

Busch, D. S., P. McElhany. 2017. Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene.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

Busch, D. S., P. McElhany. 2016. Estimates of the Direct Effect of Seawater pH on the Survival Rate of Species Groups in the California Current Ecosystem. PLOS ONE, 11(8):e0160669. doi:doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0160669Go to metadata icon

The next link will exit from NWFSC web site McElhany, P. CO2 sensitivity experiments are not sufficient to show an effect of ocean acidification. 2016. ICES Journal of Marine Science, doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsw085.Go to metadata icon

McLaskey, A. K., J. E. Keister, P. McElhany, M. B. Olson, D. S. Busch, M. Maher, A. K. Winans. 2016. Impaired development of krill larvae (Euphausia pacifica) reared at pCO2 levels currently observed in the Northeast Pacific. Marine Ecology Progress Series.Go to metadata icon

Reum, J.C.P., S.R Alin, C.J.Harvey, N. Bednarsek, W. Evans, R.A.Feely, B. Hales, N. Lucey, J.T.Mathin, P. McElhany, J. Newton, C.L. Sabine. 2016. Interpretation and design of ocean acidification experiments in upwelling systems in the context of carbonate chemistry co-variation with temperature and oxygen, ICES J. Mar. Sci. 73(3): 582-595. doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsu231.Go to metadata icon

Busch, D. S., M. Maher, P. Thibodeau, P. McElhany. 2014. Shell condition and survival of Puget Sound pteropods are impaired by ocean acidification conditions. PLOS ONE, 22.Go to metadata icon

Reum JCP, Alin SR, Feely RA, Newton J, Warner M, McElhany P. (2014) Seasonal Carbonate Chemistry Covariation with Temperature, Oxygen, and Salinity in a Fjord Estuary: Implications for the Design of Ocean Acidification Experiments. PLoS ONE 9(2): e89619. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0089619Go to metadata icon

Busch, D. S., P. McElhany, M. H. Ruckelshaus, D. A. Boughton, T. Cooney, P. W. Lawson, S. T. Lindley, M. M. McClure, N. J. Sands, B. C. Spence, T. C. Wainwright, T. H. Williams. 2013. A Practical Comparison of Viability Models Used for Management of Endangered and Threatened Anadromous Pacific Salmonids. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 33:1125-1141. doi:10.1080/02755947.2013.824933Go to metadata icon

Busch, D. S., M. B. Sheer, K. M. Burnett, P. McElhany, T. Cooney. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Landscape-level model to predict spawning habitat for Lower Columbia fall Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). River Research and Applications, 29(3):297-312. doi:10.1002/rra.1597Go to metadata icon

Busch, D. S., C. J. Harvey, P. McElhany. 2013. Potential impacts of ocean acidification on the Puget Sound food web. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 70(4):823-833. doi:doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fst061Go to metadata icon

McElhany, P., D. S. Busch. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Appropriate pCO2 treatments in ocean acidification experiments. Marine Biology, 160(8):1807-1812.Go to metadata icon

Fullerton, A. H., S. T. Lindley, G. R. Pess, B. E. Feist, E. A. Steel, P. McElhany. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Human influence on the spatial structure of threatened Pacific salmon metapopulations. Conservation Biology, 25(5):932-944.Go to metadata icon

Steel, E. A., P. McElhany, N. J. Yoder, M. D. Purser, K. Malone, B. E. Thompsen, K. A. Avery, D. Jensen, G. Blair, C. Busack, M. D. Bowen, J. Hubble, T. Kantz. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Making the best use of modeled data:  multiple approaches to sensitivity analysis of a fish-habitat model. Fisheries, 34(7):330-339.Go to metadata icon

Ford, M. J. (Ed.) 2011. Status review update for Pacific salmon and steelhead listed under the Endangered Species Act: Pacific Northwest. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-113, 281 p.Go to metadata icon

Fullerton, A. H., D. Jensen, E. A. Steel, D. Miller, P. McElhany. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site How certain are salmon recovery forecasts? A watershed-scale sensitivity analysis. Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 15(1):13-26.Go to metadata icon

McElhany, P., K. A. Avery, N. J. Yoder, C. Busack, B. Thompson. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Dealing with uncertainty in ecosystem models:  lessons from a complex salmon model. Ecological Applications, 20(2):465-482.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., M. M. McClure, T. C. Wainwright, P. McElhany, P. W. Lawson. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Integrating evolutionary and ecological considerations in recovery planning for Pacific salmon. Pages 239-266 in DeWoody, J. A., J. W. Bickham, C. H. Michler, K. M. Nichols, O. E. Rhodes Jr, K. E. Woeste. (Eds.) Molecular approaches in natural resource conservation and management. Cambridge University Press.Go to metadata icon

R. A. Feely, C. Sabine, R. Wanninkhof, S. R. Alin, E. Jewett, D. K. Gledhill, J. Dunne, P. McElhany, A. J. Sutton, D. S. Busch, F. Arzayus, B. Sunda, J. Geubtner, J. Hare, O. Vetter, and S. Hankin (2010). Rationale and Strategy for a National Ocean Acidification Program in NOAA Ocean and Great Lakes Acidification Research Plan, Feely, R. A., R. Wanninkhof, J. Stein, M. F. Sigler, E. Jewett, F. Arzayus, D. K. Gledhill, and A. J. Sutton (eds.) NOAA Special Report, pp. 1-29.Go to metadata icon

Steel, E. A., A. H. Fullerton, Y. Caras, M. B. Sheer, P. Olson, D. Jensen, J. Burke, M. T. Maher, P. McElhany. 2009. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site A spatially explicit decision support system for managing wide-ranging species. Ecology and Society, 13(2):50.Go to metadata icon

Steel, E. A., T. J. Beechie, M. H. Ruckelshaus, A. H. Fullerton, P. McElhany, P. Roni. 2009. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Mind the gap:  uncertainty and model communication between managers and scientists. Pages 357-372 in Knudsen, E. E., J. H. Michael Jr. (Eds.) Pacific salmon environmental and life history models:  advancing science for sustainable salmon in the future. AFS Symposium 71. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, Maryland.Go to metadata icon

Ford, M. J., N. J. Sands, P. McElhany, R. G. Kope, D. Simmons, and P. Dygert. 2007. Analyses to Support a Review of an ESA Jeopardy Consultation on Fisheries Impacting Lower Columbia Tule Chinook Salmon. Report of the National Marine Fisheries Service. Go to metadata icon

Good, T. P., T. J. Beechie, P. McElhany, M. M. McClure, M. H. Ruckelshaus. 2007. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Recovery planning for Endangered Species Act-listed Pacific salmon: using science to inform goals and strategies. Fisheries, 32(9):426-440.Go to metadata icon

McElhany, P., M. W. Chilcote, J. M. Myers, R. C. Beamesderfer. 2007. Revised viability criteria for salmon and steelhead in the Willamette and Lower Columbia Basins: part I, introduction and methods. In Viability status of Oregon salmon and steelhead populations in the Willamette and Lower Columbia Basins. Report of the Upper Willamette/Lower Columbia Technical Recovery Team to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Salem.Go to metadata icon

McElhany, P., C. Busack, M. W. Chilcote, S. Kolmes, B. McIntosh, J. M. Myers, D. Rawding, E. A. Steel, C. R. Steward, D. Ward, T. Whitesel, C. Willis. 2006. Revised viability criteria for salmon and steelhead in the Willamette and lower Columbia Basins. Report of the Upper Willamette/Lower Columbia Technical Recovery Team to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Salem.Go to metadata icon

McElhany, P., M. Kos, A. Mullan, H. Coleman. 2005-2012. SLAM:  Species life-cycle analysis modules. SLAM user manual. National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science Center Mathematical Biology Program.Go to metadata icon

Ruckelshaus, M. H., P. McElhany, M. M. McClure, S. Heppell. 2004. Chinook salmon in Puget Sound: Effects of spatially correlated catastrophes on persistence. Pages 208-218 in Ackakaya, R., M. Burgman, O. Kindvall, C. C. Wood, P. Sjogren-Gulve, J. S. Hatfield, M. A. McCarthy. (Eds.) Species Conservation and Management: Case Studies. Oxford Univ. Press.Go to metadata icon

Ruckelshaus, M. H., P. McElhany, M. J. Ford. 2003. Recovering species of conservation concern: Are populations expendable? Pages 305-329 in Kareiva, P., S. A. Levin. (Eds.) The importance of species : perspectives on expendability and triage. Princeton University Press.Go to metadata icon

Steel, E. A., M. Liermann, P. McElhany, N. L. Scholz, A. Cullen. 2003. Managing uncertainty in habitat recovery planning. Pages 74-89 in Beechie, T. J., P. Roni, E. A. Steel, E. Quimby. (Eds.) Ecosystem recovery planning for listed salmon: an integrated assessment approach for salmon habitat. U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA Tech Memo NMFS-NWFSC-58.Go to metadata icon

McElhany, P., M. H. Ruckelshaus, M. J. Ford, T. C. Wainwright, E. P. Bjorkstedt. 2000. Viable salmon populations and the recovery of evolutionarily significant units. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-42.Go to metadata icon

Bergstrom, C. T., P. McElhany, L. Real. 1999. Transmission bottlenecks as determinants of virulence in rapidly evolving pathogens. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 96:5095-5100.Go to metadata icon