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Brodeur, R. D., M. E. Hunsicker, A. Hann, T. W. Miller. In press. Effects of warming ocean conditions on feeding ecology of small pelagic fishes in a coastal upwelling ecosystem: a shift to gelatinous food sources. Marine Ecology Progress Series.
Hunsicker, M. E., S. J. Bograd, L. G. Crozier, S. McClatchie, J. A. Morris Jr., W. T. Peterson, C. Price. 2018. Climate change impacts on fisheries and aquaculture of the United States: California Current. Pages 165-176 in Phillips, B. F., M. Pérez-Ramírez. (Eds.) Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries and Aquaculture. Wiley Blackwell.
Samhouri, J. F., K. S. Andrews, G. Fay, C. J. Harvey, E. L. Hazen, S. Hennessey, K. K. Holsman, M. E. Hunsicker, S. I. Large, K. Marshall, A. C. Stier, J. Tam, S. Zador. 2017. Defining ecosystem thresholds for human activities and environmental pressures in the California Current. Ecosphere.
Shelton, A. O., M. E. Hunsicker, E. J. Ward, B. E. Feist, R. Blake, C. L. Ward, B. Williams, J. T. Duffy-Anderson, A. Hollowed, A. C. Haynie. 2017. Spatio-temporal models reveal subtle changes to demersal communities following the Exxon Valdez oil spill. ICES Journal of Marine Science.
Litzow, M. A., M. E. Hunsicker. 2016. Early warning signals, nonlinearity, and signs of hysteresis in real ecosystems. Ecosphere, 7(12):e01614.
Puerta, P., M. E. Hunsicker, M. Hidalgo, P. Reglero, L. Ciannelli, A. Esteban, M. Gonzalez, A. Quetglas. 2016. Community-environment interactions explain octopus-shark spatial overlap. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 73(7):1901-1911.
Hunsicker, M. E., L. Ciannelli, K. M. Bailey, J. A. Buckel, J. W. White, J. S. Link, T. E. Essington, S. Gaichas, T. Anderson, R. D. Brodeur, K. Chan, K. Chen, G. Englund, K. T. Frank, V. Freitas, M. A. Hixon, T. Hurst, D. W. Johnson, J. F. Kitchell, D. Reese, G. A. Rose, H. Sjodin, W. J. Sydeman, H. van der Veer, K. Vollset, S. Zador. 2011. Functional responses and scaling in marine predator-prey interactions: contemporary issues and emerging concepts. Ecology Letters, 14(12):1288-1299.