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McGowan, D. W., J. K. Horne, S. L. Parker-Stetter. 2017. Variability in species composition and distribution of forage fish in the Gulf of Alaska. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography.Go to metadata icon

Parker-Stetter, S, S Urmy, J Horne, L Eisner & E Farley. 2016. Factors affecting summer distributions of Bering Sea forage fish species: assessing competing hypotheses. Deep Sea Research II, 134: 255-269.Go to metadata icon

Sato, M, JK Horne, SL Parker-Stetter, T Essington, JE Keister, PE Moriarty, and L Li. 2016. Impacts of moderate hypoxia on fish and zooplankton prey distributions in a coastal fjord. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 560: 57-72.Go to metadata icon

Suryan, R.M., K.J. Kuletz, S.L. Parker-Stetter, P.H. Ressler, M. Renner, J.K. Horne, E.V. Farley, and E.A. Labunski.  2016, Temporal shifts in seabird populations and spatial coherence with prey in the southeastern Bering Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 549: 199-215.    Go to metadata icon

The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Demer, D.A., Berger, L., Bernasconi, M., Bethke, E., Boswell, K., Chu, D., Domokos, R.,
et al. 2015. Calibration of acoustic instruments. ICES Cooperative Research Report No.
326. 133 pp.
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Hauser, D.L., K.L. Laidre, S.L. Parker-Stetter, J.K. Horne, R.S. Suydam, and P.R. Richards. Regional diving behavior of Pacific Arctic beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas) and presumed associations with prey. Marine Ecology Progress Series.Go to metadata icon

Parker-Stetter, S., J. Horne, S. Urmy, R. Heintz, L. Eisner and E. Farley. Vertical distribution of age-0 pollock during late-summer: environment or ontogeny? Marine and Coastal Fisheries.Go to metadata icon

Sato, M., J.K. Horne, S.L. Parker-Stetter and J.E. Keister. Acoustic classification of coexisting taxa in a coastal ecosystem. Fisheries Research.Go to metadata icon