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2015

Anderson, J.L., C.M. Anderson, Jingjie Chu, Jennifer Meredith, Frank Asche, Gil Sylvia, Martin D. Smith, Dessy Anggraeni, Robert Arthur, Atle Guttormsen, Max Schmid, Wisdom Akpalu, Finnbogi Alfredsson, Hakan Eggert, Jimely Flores, Matthew A. Freeman, Daniel S. Holland, Gunnar Knapp, Mimi Kobayashi, Sherry Larkin, Kari MacLauchlin, Kurt Schnier, Mark Soboil, Sigbjorn Tveteras, Hirotsugu Uchida, Diego Valderrama, Tim Ward. 2015. The Fishery Performance Indicators: A Management Tool for the Triple Bottom Line. PLOS One. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0122809

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Andrews, K. S., G. D. Williams, J. F. Samhouri, K. N. Marshall, V. V. Gertseva, P. S. Levin. 2015. The legacy of a crowded ocean: indicators, status, and trends of anthropogenic pressures in the California Current ecosystem. Environmental Conservation, 42(2):139-151. doi:10.1017/S0376892914000277Go to metadata icon

Arkoosh, M. R., A. L. Van Gaest, S. A. Strickland, A. B. Krupkin, J. P. Dietrich. 2015. Dietary exposure to individual polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) congeners, BDE-47 and BDE-99, alters innate immunity and disease susceptibility in juvenile Chinook salmon. Environmental Science & Technology.Go to metadata icon

Arkoosh, M. R., J. P. Dietrich. 2015. Pathogenicity of members of the Vibrionaceae family to cultured juvenile sablefish. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health, 27(2):96-103. doi:10.1080/08997659.2015.1019159Go to metadata icon

Baerwald, M., M. Stephens, M. Meek, R. Nagarajan, A. Goodbla, K. Tomalty, G. H. Thorgaard, B. May, K. M. Nichols. 2015. Migratory phenotypic divergence is associated with epigenetic modifications in rainbow trout. Molecular Ecology. doi:10.1111/mec.13231Go to metadata icon

Balmer, B. C., G. M. Ylitalo, K. A. Baugh, D. Boyd, L. McGeorge, K. L. Mullin, P. E. Rosel, C. Sinclair, R. S. Wells, E. S. Zolman, L. H. Schwacke. 2015. Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in blubber of common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) along the northern Gulf of Mexico coast, USA. Science of the Total Environment, 527-528:306-312.Go to metadata icon

Barnas, K., S. L. Katz, D. E. Hamm, M. Diaz, C. E. Jordan. 2015. Is habitat restoration targeting relevant ecological needs for endangered species? Using Pacific Salmon as a case study. Ecosphere, July(7):art 110. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES14-00466.1Go to metadata icon

Barnett, L., M. L. Baskett. 2015. Marine reserves can enhance ecological resilience. Ecology Letters. doi:10.1111/ele.12524Go to metadata icon

Bartz, K. K., M. J. Ford, T. J. Beechie, K. L. Fresh, G. R. Pess, M. Rowse, M. B. Sheer, R. Kennedy. 2015. Trends in developed cover adjacent to habitat for threatened salmon in Puget Sound, Washington, U.S.A. PLoS ONE.Go to metadata icon

Baskett, M. L., L. Barnett. 2015. The Ecological and Evolutionary Consequences of Marine Reserves. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 46:49-73. doi:10.1146/annurev-ecolsys-112414-054424Go to metadata icon

Beechie, T. J., G. R. Pess, H. Imaki, A. Martin, J. Alvarez, D. Goodman. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Comparison of potential increases in juvenile salmonid rearing habitat capacity among alternative restoration scenarios, Trinity River, California. Restoration Ecology, 23(1):75-84.Go to metadata icon

Bellinger, M. R., M. A. Banks, S. J. Bates, E. D. Crandall, J. C. Garza, G. Sylvia, P. W. Lawson. 2015. Geo-referenced, abundance calibrated ocean distribution of Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) stocks across the west coast of North America. PLOS ONE.Go to metadata icon

Bjorkland, R., D. C. Dunn, M. M. McClure, J. E. Jannot, M. A. Bellman, M. Gleason, K. Schiffers. 2015. Spatiotemporal patterns of rockfish bycatch in US west coast groundfish fisheries: opportunities for reducing incidental catch of depleted species. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.Go to metadata icon

Bjorkland, R., S. F. Pearson, S. J. Jeffries, M. M. Lance, A. Acevedo-Gutierrez, E. J. Ward. 2015. Stable isotope analysis elucidates sex and size effects on diet composition of Salish Sea harbor seals (Phoca vitulina). Marine Ecology Progress Series.Go to metadata icon

Brodeur, R. D., C. A. Morgan. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Influence of a coastal riverine plume on the cross-shelf variability in hydrography, zooplankton and juvenile salmon diets. Estuaries and Coasts, 39:1183-1198.Go to metadata icon

Burnham-Curtis, M. K., P. W. Trail, R. Kagan, M. K. Moore. 2015. Wildlife Forensics: An Overview and Update for the Prosecutor. United States Attorneys Bulletin, 63(3):53-69.Go to metadata icon

Busch, D.S., M.J. O’Donnell, C. Hauri, K.J. Mach, M. Poach, S.C. Doney, and
S.R. Signorini. 2015. Understanding, characterizing, and communicating responses
to ocean acidification: Challenges and uncertainties. Oceanography 28(2):30–39,
http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2015.29.Go to metadata icon

Charnley, S., M. R. Poe, T. Spies, A. Ager, E. Platt, K. Olsen. 2015. A Burning Problem: Social Dynamics of Disaster Risk Reduction through Wildfire Mitigation. Human Organization.Go to metadata icon

Cheung, W. W., R. D. Brodeur, T. A. Okey, D. Pauly. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Projecting future changes in distributions of pelagic fish species of Northeast Pacific shelf seas. Progress in Oceanography, 130:19-31.Go to metadata icon

Chittaro, P. M., R. W. Zabel, B. R. Beckman, D. A. Larsen, A. E. Tillotson. 2015. Validation of daily increment formation in otoliths from spring Chinook salmon. Northwest Science, 89(1):93-98. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3955/046.089.0107Go to metadata icon

Chu, D., G. Eastland. 2015. Calibration of a broadband acoustic transducer with a standard spherical target in the near field. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 137(4):2148-2157.Go to metadata icon

Chu, D., J. M. Jech, S. D. Tomich, L. C. Hufnagle Jr. 2015. A high resolution acoustic imaging system to map interior fish morphology. Marine Technology Society Journal.Go to metadata icon

Clements, W. H., D. R. Kashian, P. M. Kiffney, R. E. Zuellig. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Perspectives on the context–dependency of stream community responses to contaminants. Freshwater Biology, Early view.Go to metadata icon

Conway-Cranos, L., P. M. Kiffney, N. S. Banas, M. Plummer, S. M. Naman, P. MacCready, J. Bucci, M. H. Ruckelshaus. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Stable isotopes and oceanographic modeling reveal spatial and trophic connectivity between terrestrial, estuarine and marine environments in Puget Sound, WA. Marine Ecology Progress Series, (533)15-28.Go to metadata icon

Cope, J., J. T. Thorson, C. R. Wetzel, J. D. DeVore. 2015. Evaluating a prior on relative stock status using simplified age-structured models. Fisheries Research.Go to metadata icon

Crozier, L. G., M. M. McClure. 2015. Steelhead persistence and adaptation in a warming world. The Osprey, 81:9-12.Go to metadata icon

Daly, E. A., R. D. Brodeur. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Warming ocean conditions relate to increased trophic requirements of threatened and endangered salmon. PLoS ONE, 10(12):e0144066.Go to metadata icon

Dietrich, J. P., S. A. Strickland, G. P. Hutchinson, A. L. Van Gaest, A. B. Krupkin, G. M. Ylitalo, M. R. Arkoosh. 2015. Assimilation efficiency of PBDE congeners in Chinook salmon. Environmental Science & Technology. doi:10.1021/es5057038Go to metadata icon

Dittman, A. H., T. N. Pearsons, D. May, R. Couture, D. L. Noakes. 2015. Imprinting of hatchery-reared salmon to targeted spawning locations: A new embryonic imprinting paradigm for hatchery programs. Fisheries, 40(3):114-123.Go to metadata icon

Doctor, K. K., B. A. Berejikian, G. A. Winans, D. M. Van Doornik. 2015. Evidence of between-population variation in morphology and thermal plasticity of agonistic behavior in two genetically distinct populations of steelhead. Environmental Biology of Fishes. doi:10.1007/s10641-015-0399-zGo to metadata icon

Drazen, J. C., J. R. Friedman, N. E. Condon, E. J. Aus, M. E. Gerringer, A. A. Keller, M. E. Clarke. 2015. Enzyme activities of demersal fishes from the shelf to the abyssal plain. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research.Go to metadata icon

East, A., G. R. Pess, J. Bountry, C. Magirl, A. Ritchie, J. Logan, T. Randle, M. Mastin, J. J. Duda, M. Liermann, M. McHenry, T. J. Beechie. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Large-scale dam removal on the Elwha River, Washington, USA:  river channel and floodplain geomorphic change. Geomorphology, 228:765-786.Go to metadata icon

Edmunds, R.C., Gill, A., Baldwin, D.H., Esbaugh, A.J., Mager, E.M., Hoenig, R., Stieglitz, J.D., Benetti, D.D., Grosell, M., Scholz, N.L., and Incardona, J.P. 2015. Corresponding morphological and molecular indicators of crude oil toxicity to the developing hearts of mahi mahi. Scientific Reports, 5:17326.Go to metadata icon

Fast, D. E., C. M. Knudsen, W. J. Bosch, A. L. Fritts, G. M. Temple, M. V. Johnston, T. N. Pearsons, D. A. Larsen, A. H. Dittman, D. May, C. R. Strom. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site A synthesis of findings from an integrated hatchery program after three generations of spawning in the natural environment. North American Journal of Aquaculture, 77(3):377-395.Go to metadata icon

Feist, Blake E., Marlene A. Bellman, Elizabeth A. Becker, Karin A. Forney, Michael J. Ford, and Phillip S. Levin. 2015. Potential overlap between cetaceans and com- mercial groundfish fleets that operate in the California Current Large Marine Eco- system. NOAA Professional Paper NMFS 17, 27 p. doi:10.7755/PP.17 Go to metadata icon

Fiefel, K. M., S. Fletcher, S. K. Moore, L. Watson, E. J. Lessard. 2015. The cytoplasmic fullness of Alexandrium and Scrippsiella cysts is not a primary indicator of cyst age or viability. Harmful Algae.Go to metadata icon

Fisch, K.M., C.C. Kozfkay, J.A. Ivy, O.A. Ryder, and R.S. Waples.  2015.  Fish hatchery genetic management techniques: integrating theory with implementation.  N. Am. J. Aquaculture 77:343-357.Go to metadata icon

Fisher, J. L., W. T. Peterson, R. R. Rykaczewski. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site The impact of El Niño events on the pelagic food chain in the northern California Current. Global Change Biology, 21(12):4401-4414.Go to metadata icon

Flagg, T. A. 2015. Balancing conservation and harvest objectives  a review of considerations for management of salmon hatcheries in the Pacific Northwest. North American Journal of Aquaculture.Go to metadata icon

Ford, M. J., A. R. Murdoch, M. P. Hughes. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Using parentage analysis to estimate rates of straying and homing in Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). Molecular Ecology, 24:1109-1121.Go to metadata icon

Ford, M. J., T. N. Pearsons, A. R. Murdoch. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site The spawning success of early maturing resident hatchery Chinook salmon in a natural river system. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 144(3):539-548.Go to metadata icon

Frey, P. H., M. A. Head, A. Keller. 2015. Maturity and growth of darkblotched rockfish, Sebastes crameri, along the U.S. west coast. Environmental Biology of Fishes.Go to metadata icon

Fullerton, A. H., C. E. Torgersen, J. J. Lawler, R. N. Faux, E. A. Steel, T. J. Beechie, J. L. Ebersole, S. G. Leibowitz. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Rethinking the longitudinal stream temperature paradigm: region-wide comparison of thermal infrared imagery reveals unexpected complexity of river temperatures. Hydrological Processes, 29(22):4719-4737.Go to metadata icon

Galloway, A., M. T. Brett, G. W. Holtgrieve, E. J. Ward, A. Ballantyne, C. W. Burns, M. J. Kainz, D. C. Müller-Navarra, J. Persson, J. L. Ravet, U. Strandberg, S. J. Taipale, G. Alhgren. 2015. A Fatty Acid Based Bayesian Approach for Inferring Diet in Aquatic Consumers. PLOS ONE.Go to metadata icon

Goertler, P. A., C. A. Simenstad, D. L. Bottom, L. Stamatiou, S. A. Hinton. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Estuarine habitat and demographic factors affect juvenile Chinook (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) growth variability in a large freshwater tidal estuary. Estuaries and Coasts, 39(2):542-559.Go to metadata icon

Greene, C. M., L. Kuehne, C. A. Rice, K. L. Fresh, D. Penttila. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Forty years of change in forage fish and jellyfish abundance across greater Puget Sound, Washington (USA): anthropogenic and climate associations. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 525:153-170.Go to metadata icon

Guzman, J. M., J. A. Luckenbach, D. A. da Silva, G. M. Ylitalo, P. Swanson. 2015. Development of approaches to induce puberty in cultured female sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria). General and Comparative Endocrinology, 221:101-113. doi:doi:10.1016/j.ygcen.2015.02.024Go to metadata icon

Guzman, J. M., J. A. Luckenbach, F. W. Goetz, W. T. Fairgrieve, M. A. Middleton, P. Swanson. 2015. Reproductive dysfunction in cultured sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria). Bulletin of Fisheries Research Agency (Japan), 40:111-119.Go to metadata icon

Hall, J. E., M. M. Pollock, S. Hoh, C. Volk, J. Goldsmith, C. E. Jordan. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Evaluation of dryland riparian restoration with cottonwood and willow using deep-planting and herbivore protection. Ecosphere, 6(12):263.Go to metadata icon

Hamel, O. S. 2015. A method for calculating a meta-analytical prior for the natural mortality rate using multiple life history correlates. ICES Journal of Marine Science.Go to metadata icon

Hardesty, B. D., T. P. Good, C. Wilcox. 2015. Novel methods, new results, and science-based colutions to tackle marine debris impacts on wildlife. Ocean and Coastal Management, 115:4-9. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2015.04.004Go to metadata icon

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

Hecht, B. C., J. J. Hard, F. P. Thrower, K. M. Nichols. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Quantitative genetics of migration related traits in rainbow and steelhead trout. Genes, Genomes, Genetics, 5(5):873-889. doi:10.1534/g3.114.016469 (Published online 2015 Mar 16)Go to metadata icon

Hertz, E., M. Trudel, R. D. Brodeur, E. A. Daly, L. B. Eisner, E. V. Farley Jr, J. Harding, B. MacFarlane, J. H. Moss, J. M. Murphy. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Characterizing the feeding ecology of juvenile Chinook salmon on a continental scale using stable isotopes and stomach contents. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 537:247-263.Go to metadata icon

Holland, D.,  E. Thunberg, J. Agar, S. Crosson, C. Demarest, S. Kasperski, L. Perruso, E. Steiner, J. Stephen, A. Strelcheck, and M. Travis. 2014. US Catch Share Markets: Emerging Markets or Market Failures? Marine Policy 57(2015)103–110Go to metadata icon

Holland, D.S., P. Pinto da Silva, A. Kitts. 2015. “Social Capital and Economic Performance of New England Groundfish Harvest Cooperatives: An Evolving Story.” Marine Resource Economics 30(4):371-92.Go to metadata icon

Holt, M. M., D. P. Noren, R. C. Dunkin, T. M. Williams. 2015. Vocal performance affects metabolic rate in dolphins: implications for animals communicating in noisy environments. Journal of Experimental Biology.Go to metadata icon

Houghton, J., M. M. Holt, M. B. Hanson, D. A. Giles, C. K. Emmons, J. T. Hogan, T. A. Branch, G. Van Blaricom. 2015. The relationship between vessel traffic and noise levels received by killer whales (Orcinus orca). PLOS ONE.Go to metadata icon

Ikeda, C. E., W. P. Cochlan, C. M. Bronicheski, J. R. Matheson, V. L. Trainer, C. G. Trick. 2015. The regulation of toxicity in laboratory cultures of Heterosigma akashiwo from Puget Sound, Washington. Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Harmful Algae.Go to metadata icon

Incardona, J., M. G. Carls, L. Holland, T. L. Linbo, D. H. Baldwin, M. S. Myers, K. A. Peck-Miller, M. Tagal, S. D. Rice, N. L. Scholz. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Very low embryonic crude oil exposures cause lasting cardiac defects in herring and salmon. Scientific Reports, 5:13499.Go to metadata icon

Iwamoto, E., A. Elz, F. J. García-De León, C. A. Silva-Segundo, M. J. Ford, W. A. Palsson, R. G. Gustafson. 2015. Microsatellite DNA analysis of Pacific hake Merluccius productus population structure in the Salish Sea. ICES Journal of Marine Science.Go to metadata icon

Jacobs, J., S. K. Moore, K. Kunkel, L. Sun. 2015. A framework for examining climate driven changes to the seasonality and geographic range of coastal pathogens. Climate Risk Management.Go to metadata icon

Johnson, A., L. Ciannelli, R. D. Brodeur. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Ichthyoplankton distribution and abundance in relation to nearshore dissolved oxygen levels and other environmental variables within the Northern California Current System. Fisheries Oceanography, 24(6):495-507.Go to metadata icon

Johnson, G. E., G. R. Ploskey, N. K. Sather, D. J. Teel. 2015. Residence times of juvenile salmon and steelhead in off-channel tidal freshwater habitats, Columbia River, USA. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 72:684-696.Go to metadata icon

Johnson, L. L., G. M. Ylitalo, B. F. Anulacion, J. Buzitis, T. K. Collier. 2015. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and flatfish health in the marine ecosystem in Kitimat, British Columbia. Science of the Total Environment, 512:227-239. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.01.017Go to metadata icon

Johnson, R. B., S. Kim, A. M. Watson, F. T. Barrows, E. L. Kroeger, P. M. Nicklason, G. W. Goetz, A. R. Place. 2015. Effect of dietary taurine supplementation on growth, feed efficiency, and nutrient composition of juvenile sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria) fed plant based feeds. Aquaculture, 445:79-85.Go to metadata icon

Jung, J., C. Hicken, D. Boyd, B. F. Anulacion, M. Carls, W. J. Shim, J. Incardona. 2015. Geologically distinct crude oils cause a common cardiotoxicity syndrome in developing zebrafish. Chemosphere, 91(8):1146-1155. doi:doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2013.01.019Go to metadata icon

Jung, J., M. Kim, U. Yim, S. Ha, W. J. Shim, Y. Chea, H. Kim, T. L. Linbo, J. Incardona, J. Kwon. 2015. Differential toxicokinetics determines the sensitivity of two marine embryonic fish exposed to Iranian Heavy Crude Oil. Environmental Science & Technology.Go to metadata icon

Keith, D.M., H.R. Akcakaya, S.H.M. Butchart, B. Collen, N. K. Dulvy, E. E. Holmes, J. A. Hutchings, D. Keinath, M. K. Schwartz, A. O. Shelton, and R. S. Waples.  2015.  Temporal correlations in population trends:  Conservation implications from time-series analysis of diverse animal taxa.  Biological Conservation 192:247-257.Go to metadata icon

Keller, A., L. Ciannelli, W. W. Wakefield, V. Simon, J. A. Barth, S. D. Pierce. 2015. Occurrence of demersal fishes in relation to near-bottom oxygen levels within the California current large marine ecosystem. Fisheries Oceanography, 24(2):162-176. doi:10.1111/fog.12100Go to metadata icon

Kendall, N., J. R. McMillan, M. R. Sloat, T. W. Buehrens, T. P. Quinn, G. R. Pess, K. V. Kuzischchin, M. M. McClure, R. W. Zabel. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Anadromy and residency in steelhead and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss):  a review of the processes and patterns. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 72(3):319-342.Go to metadata icon

Kennedy, R., Z. Yang, J. Braaten, C. Copass, N. Antonova, C. E. Jordan, W. Cohen. 2015. Attribution of change agent using Landsat time series data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 166:271-285.Go to metadata icon

Klinger, D. H., J. J. Dale, B. Machado, J. Incardona, C. J. Farwell, B. A. Block. 2015. Exposure to Deepwater Horizon weathered crude oil increases routine metabolic demand in chub mackerel, Scomber japonicus. Marine Pollution Bulletin.Go to metadata icon

Levin, P. S., G. D. Williams, A. P. Rehr, K. C. Norman, C. J. Harvey. 2015. Developing conservation targets for social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society, 20(4). doi:10.5751/ES-07866-20040Go to metadata icon

Lisi, P. J., D. E. Schindler, T. J. Cline, M. D. Scheuerell, P. B. Walsh. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Watershed geomorphology and snowmelt control stream thermal sensitivity to air temperature. Geophysical Research Letters, 42(9):3380-3388.Go to metadata icon

Malick, M. J., S. P. Cox, R. M. Peterman, T. C. Wainwright, W. T. Peterson. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Accounting for multiple pathways in the connections among climate variability, ocean processes, and coho salmon recruitment in the Northern California Current. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 72(10):1552-1564.Go to metadata icon

Mantua, N., L. G. Crozier, T. E. Reed, D. E. Schindler, R. S. Waples. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Response of chinook salmon to climate change. Nature Climate Change, 5:613-615.Go to metadata icon

Marin Jarrin, J. R., D. J. Teel, J. A. Miller. 2015. Stock-specific movement and distribution of juvenile Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, in sandy beach surf zones of Oregon and Washington, USA. Estuaries and Coasts. doi:10.1007/s12237-015-0037-1Go to metadata icon

Marshall, K. N., A. C. Stier, J. F. Samhouri, R. P. Kelly, E. J. Ward. 2015. Conservation challenges of predator recovery. Conservation Letters.Go to metadata icon

McIntyre, J. K., J. W. Davis, R. C. Edmunds, J. Incardona, N. L. Scholz, J. Stark. 2015.  Soil bioretention protects juvenile salmon and their prey from the toxic impacts of urban stormwater runoff. Chemosphere, 132:213-219.Go to metadata icon

McKibben, S. M., K. S. Watkins-Brandt, A. M. Wood, M. Hunter, Z. Hunter, A. Hopkins, X. Du, B. L. Eberhart, W. T. Peterson, A. E. White. 2015. Monitoring Oregon Coastal Harmful Algae: Observations and implications of a harmful algal bloom-monitoring project. Harmful Algae, 50:32-44. doi:10.1016/j.hal.2015.10.004Go to metadata icon

McKinney, G., M. Hale, G. W. Goetz, M. Gribskov, F. P. Thrower, K. M. Nichols. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Ontogenetic changes in embryonic and brain gene expression in progeny produced from migratory and resident Oncorhynchus mykiss. Molecular Ecology, 24:1792-1809.Go to metadata icon

McMillan, J. R., G. R. Pess, M. Liermann, S. A. Morley, M. McHenry, L. A. Campbell, T. P. Quinn. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Using redd attributes, fry density, and otolith microchemistry to distinguish the presence of steelhead and rainbow trout in the Elwha River Dam removal project. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 35(5):1019-1033.Go to metadata icon

McNyset, K. M., C. J. Volk, C. E. Jordan. 2015. Developing an effective model for predicting spatially and temporally continuous stream temperatures from remotely sensed land surface temperatures. WIREs Water.Go to metadata icon

Meador, J. P. 2015. Tissue concentrations as the dose metric to assess potential toxic effects of metals in field-collected fish: copper and cadmium. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. doi:10.1002/etc.2910Go to metadata icon

Moore, M. E., B. A. Berejikian, F. A. Goetz, A. G. Berger, S. S. Hodgson, E. J. Connor, T. P. Quinn. 2015. Multi-population analysis of Puget Sound steelhead survival and migration behavior. Marine Ecology Progress Series.Go to metadata icon

Moore, S. K., B. D. Bill, L. R. Hay, J. Emenegger, K. C. Eldred, C. L. Greengrove, J. E. Masura, D. M. Anderson. 2015. Factors regulating excystment of Alexandrium catenella in Puget Sound, WA, USA. Harmful Algae, 43:103-110. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.hal.2015.01.005Go to metadata icon

Moore, S. K., J. A. Johnstone, N. S. Banas, E. P. Salathe Jr. 2015. Present-day and future climate pathways affecting the harmful algal blooms species Alexandrium catenella in Puget Sound, WA, USA. Harmful Algae.Go to metadata icon

Morin PA, Parsons KM, Archer FI, Avila-Arcos MC, Barrett-Lennard LG, Dalla Rosa L, Duchene S, Durban JW, Ellis GM, Ferguson SH, Ford JK, Ford MJ, Garilao C, Gilbert MT, Kaschner K, Matkin CO, Petersen SD, Robertson KM, Visser IN, Wade PR, Ho SYW, Foote AD.  2015.  Geographic and temporal dynamics of a global radiation and diversification in the killer whale.  Molecular Ecology 24: 3964-3979.Go to metadata icon

Muniz, P., D. A. da Silva, S. Bromberg, A. S. Pires-Vanin. 2015. Sewage contamination in a subtropical coastal area (São Sebastião Channel, SP, Brazil). Marine Pollution Bulletin, 99(1-2):292-300. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2015.07.046Go to metadata icon

Nahorniak, M., D. P. Larsen, C. Volk, C. E. Jordan. 2015. Using Inverse Probability Bootstrap Sampling to Eliminate Sample Induced Bias in Model Based Analysis of Unequal Probability Samples. PLOS ONE, 10(6). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0131765Go to metadata icon

Noquiera Gassent, A., D. Gonzalez-Troncoso, N. Tolimieri. 2015. Changes and trends in the overexploited fish assemblages of two fishing grounds of the North Atlantic. ICES Journal of Marine Science.Go to metadata icon

Ono, K., A. O. Shelton, E. J. Ward, J. T. Thorson, B. E. Feist, R. Hilborn. 2015. Space-time investigation of the effects of fishing on fish populations. Ecological Applications.Go to metadata icon

Orlova, T. Y., P. A. Popkova, I. V. Stonki, T. V. Morozova, K. V. Efimova, L. Moore, B. L. Eberhart, M. L. Wells, V. L. Trainer. 2015. Diarrhetic shellfish toxins in Primorsky Krai, Russia. Journal of Shellfish Research, 34(3):1151-1160.Go to metadata icon

Oyafuso, Z., A. E. Baxter, J. E. Hall, S. M. Naman, C. M. Greene, L. D. Rhodes. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Widespread detection of human- and ruminant origin Bacteroidales markers in subtidal waters of the Salish Sea in Washington State. Journal of Water and Health, 13(3):827-837.Go to metadata icon

  Paranjpye, R.N., W. B. Nilsson, M. Liermann, E. D. Hilborn, B. J. George, Q. Li, B. D. Bill, V. L.Trainer, M. S. Strom, P. A. Sandifer. 2015. Environmental influences on the seasonal distribution ofVibrio parahaemolyticus in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. FEMs Microbial Ecol. 91:2015 fic121.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

Perry, L., L. Reynolds, T. J. Beechie, M. Collins, P. B. Shafroth. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Incorporating climate change projections into riparian restoration planning and design. Ecohydrology, 8(5):863-879.Go to metadata icon

Poe, M. R., P. S. Levin, N. Tolimieri, K. C. Norman. 2015. Subsistence Fishing in a 21st Century Capitalist Society: from commodity to gift. Ecological Economics, 116:241-250.Go to metadata icon

Randhawa, N., F. M. Gulland, G. M. Ylitalo, R. DeLong, J. Mazet. 2015. Sentinel California sea lions provide insight into legacy organochlorine exposure trends and their association with cancer and infectious disease. One Health, 1:37-43. doi:doi:10.1016/j.onehlt.2015.08.003Go to metadata icon

Reese, D. C., R. D. Brodeur. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Species associations and redundancy in relation to biological hotspots within the northern California Current ecosystem. Journal of Marine Systems, 146:3-16.Go to metadata icon

Reum, J. C., B. E. Ferriss, P. S. McDonald, D. Farrell, C. J. Harvey, T. Klinger, P. S. Levin. 2015. Evaluating community impacts of ocean acidification using qualitative network models. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 536:11-24. doi:10.3354/meps11417Go to metadata icon

Reum, J. C., P. S. McDonald, B. E. Ferriss, D. Farrell, C. J. Harvey, P. S. Levin. 2015. Qualitative network models in support of ecosystem approaches to bivalve aquaculture. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 72:2278-2288.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

Roni, P., C. L. Johnson, T. DeBoer, G. R. Pess, A. H. Dittman, D. A. Sear. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Interannaul variability in the effects of physical habitat and parentage on Chinook salmon egg-to-fry survival. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 73(7):1047-1059.Go to metadata icon

Sandell, T. A., D. J. Teel, J. Fisher, B. R. Beckman, K. C. Jacobson. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Infections by Renibacterium salmoninarum and Nanophyetus salmincola Chapin are associated with reduced growth of juvenile Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha (Walbaum), in the Northeast Pacific Ocean. Journal of Fish Diseases, 38(4):365-378.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

Scheuerell, M. D., E. Buhle, B. X. Semmens, M. J. Ford, T. Cooney, R. W. Carmichael. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Analyzing large-scale conservation interventions with Bayesian hierarchical models: A case study of supplementing threatened Pacific salmon. Ecology and Evolution, 5(10):2115-2125.Go to metadata icon

Scholz, N. L., Incardona, J.P. 2015. Scaling PAH toxicity to fish early life stages. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 34:459-461.Go to metadata icon

Scoulding, B., D. Chu, P. G. Fernandes. 2015. Target strength of two abundant mesopelagic fish species. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 35.Go to metadata icon

See, K. E., E. E. Holmes. 2015. Reducing bias and improving precision in species extinction forecasts. Ecological Applications.Go to metadata icon

Selkoe, K. A., P. S. Levin, J. F. Samhouri. 2015. Principles for managing marine ecosystems prone to tipping points. Ecosystem Health & Sustainability, 1. doi:10.1890/EHS14-0024.1Go to metadata icon

Shelton, A. O., J. A. Hutchings, R. S. Waples, D. M. Keith, and H. R. Akçakaya.  2015.  Maternal age effects on Atlantic cod recruitment and implications for future population trajectories. ICES Journal of Marine Science. (published online 4 April 2015; doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsv058.Go to metadata icon

Smith, J. M., K. L. Fresh, A. N. Kagley, T. P. Quinn. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Ultrasonic telemetry reveals seasonal variation in depth distribution and diel vertical migrations of sub-adult Chinook and coho salmon in Puget Sound. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 532:227-242.Go to metadata icon

Spangenberg, D.K., D.A. Larsen, R. Gerstenberger, C. Brun, D.L. Harstad, S. Nance, L. Rohrbach, B.R. Beckman. 2015.  Stock differences in growth, smolting, and early male maturation in hatchery spring Chinook salmon: a common garden experiment.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management.  35:6, 1090-1100, DOI: 10.1080/02755947.2015.1079574 Go to metadata icon

Spangenberg, D., Larsen, D.A., Gerstenberger, R., Brun, C., Harstad, D., Nance, S., Rohrbach, L., and Beckman, B.R., in press.  Stock differences in growth, smolting and early male maturation in hatchery spring Chinook Salmon: a common garden experiment.   North American Journal of Fisheries Management.Go to metadata icon

Teel, D. J., B. J. Burke, D. R. Kuligowski, C. A. Morgan, D. M. Van Doornik. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic identification of Chinook salmon:  stock-specific distributions of juveniles along the Washington and Oregon coasts. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7(1):274-300.Go to metadata icon

Thorson, J. T. 2015. Spatio-temporal variation in fish condition is not consistently explained by density, temperature, or season for Northeast Pacific groundfishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 526:101-112. doi:10.3354/meps11204Go to metadata icon

Thorson, J. T., A. C. Hicks, R. D. Methot. 2015. Random effect estimation of time-varying factors in Stock Synthesis. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 72(1):178-185. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fst211Go to metadata icon

Thorson, J. T., A. O. Shelton, E. J. Ward, H. Skaug. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Geostatistical delta-generalized linear mixed models improve precision for estimated abundance indices for West Coast groundfishes. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 72(5):1297-1310. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsu213Go to metadata icon

Thorson, J. T., C. C. Monnahan, J. Cope. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site The potential impact of time-variation in vital rates on fisheries management targets for marine fishes. Fisheries Research, 169:8-17.Go to metadata icon

Thorson, J. T., C. Minto. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Mixed effects: a unifying framework for statistical modelling in fisheries biology. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 72(5):1245-1256. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsu213Go to metadata icon

Thorson, J. T., D. B. Sampson, L. T. Kell, J. A. De Oliveirad, A. E. Punt. 2015. Development, testing, and evaluation of data-poor assessment and fisheries management methods. Fisheries Research, 171:1-3. doi:doi:10.1016/j.fishres.2015.08.008Go to metadata icon

Thorson, J. T., H. Skaug, K. Kristensen, A. O. Shelton, E. J. Ward, J. Harms, J. A. Benante. 2015. The importance of spatial models for estimating the type and strength of density dependence. Ecology, 96(5):12021212. doi:10.1890/14-0739.1Go to metadata icon

Thorson, J. T., J. Cope, K. Kleisner, J. F. Samhouri, A. O. Shelton, E. J. Ward. 2015. Giants' shoulders 15 years later: Lessons, challenges, and guidelines in fisheries meta-analysis. Fish and Fisheries, 16(2):342361. doi:DOI: 10.1111/faf.12061Go to metadata icon

Thorson, J. T., J. N. Ianelli, S. Munch, K. Ono, P. Spencer. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Spatial delay-difference models for estimating spatiotemporal variation in juvenile production and population abundance. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.Go to metadata icon

Thorson, J. T., M. D. Scheuerell, K. E. See, A. O. Shelton, H. Skaug, K. Kristensen. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Spatial factor analysis: a new tool estimating multispecies spatial distributions and correlated ranges. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 6(6):627-637. doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12359Go to metadata icon

Thorson, J. T., O. Jensen, R. Hilborn. 2015. Probability of stochastic depletion: an easily interpreted diagnostic for stock assessment modelling and fisheries management. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea Techniques in Marine Environmental Sciences, 72(2):428-435. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsu127Go to metadata icon

Thurstan, R. H., L. McClenachan, L. B. Crowder, L. Drew, J. N. Kittinger, P. S. Levin, C. M. Roberts, J. M. Pandolfi. 2015. Novel solutions to conservatoin data gaps from historical ecology. Ocean and Coastal Management, 115:31-40.Go to metadata icon

Tolimieri, N., A. O. Shelton, B. E. Feist, V. Simon. 2015. Can we increase our confidence about the locations of biodiversity hotspots by using multiple diversity indices? Ecosphere.Go to metadata icon

Tonra, C. M., K. A. Sager-Fradkin, S. A. Morley, J. J. Duda, P. P. Mara. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site The rapid return of marine-derived nutrients to a freshwater food web following a century of damming. Biological Conservation, 192:130-134.Go to metadata icon

Torruella, A., A. de Mendoza, X. Grau-Bove, M. Anto, M. A. Chaplin, J. del Campo, L. Eme, G. Perez-Cordon, C. M. Whipps, K. M. Nichols, R. Paley, A. J. Roger, A. Sitja-Bobadilla, S. Donachie, I. Ruiz-Trillo. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Phylogenomics reveals convergent evolution of lifestyles in close relatives of animals and fungi. Current Biology, 25(18):2404-2410. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2015.07.053Go to metadata icon

Trainer, V. L., J. Hardy. 2015. Integrative monitoring of marine and freshwater harmful algae in Washington State for public health protection. Toxins.Go to metadata icon

Trainer, V. L., L. Moore, B. L. Eberhart, B. D. Bill, W. P. Cochlan, M. L. Wells, J. Incardona, T. L. Linbo, C. G. Trick. 2015. Characterizing toxic activity from Heterosigma akashiwo: a tale of two assays. Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Harmful Algae.Go to metadata icon

Tucker, S., M. E. Thiess, J. F. Morris, D. L. Mackas, W. T. Peterson, J. R. Candy, T. D. Beacham, E. Iwamoto, D. J. Teel, M. Trudel. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Coastal distribution and consequent factors influencing production of endangered Snake River sockeye Salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 144(1):107-123.Go to metadata icon

Van Dolah, F. M., M. G. Neely, L. McGeorge, B. C. Balmer, G. M. Ylitalo, E. S. Zolman, T. Speakman, C. Sinclair, N. M. Kellar, P. E. Rosel, K. L. Mullin, L. H. Schwacke. 2015. Seasonal variation in the skin transcriptome of common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) from the northern Gulf of Mexico. PLoS ONE.Go to metadata icon

Van Doornik, D. M., B. A. Berejikian. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Landscape factors affect the genetic population structure of Oncorhynchus mykiss populations in Hood Canal, Washington. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 98:637-653. doi:10.1007/s10641-014-0301-4Go to metadata icon

Van Doornik, D. M., M. A. Hess, M. A. Johnson, D. J. Teel, T. A. Friesen, J. M. Myers. 2015. Genetic Population Structure of Willamette River Steelhead and the Influence of Introduced Stocks. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 144:150-162. doi:10.1080/00028487.2014.982178Go to metadata icon

Van Gaest, A. L., M. R. Arkoosh, J. P. Dietrich. 2015. Disinfection potential of fire retardant foams. Journal of Environmental Engineering. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)EE.1943-7870.0000972Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site How plasticity and evolution work in the real world. Journal of Heredity, 107(1):1-2.Go to metadata icon

Waples RS, Adams PB, Bohnsack J, Taylor BL.  2015.  When is a species threatened or endangered in "all or a significant portion of its range"?  Endangered Species Research 27:189-192.Go to metadata icon

Ward, E. J., J. E. Jannot, Y. Lee, K. Ono, A. O. Shelton, J. T. Thorson. 2015. Using spatiotemporal species distribution models to identify temporally evolving hotspots of species co-occurrence. Ecological Applications.Go to metadata icon

Ward, E. J., J. H. Anderson, T. J. Beechie, G. R. Pess, M. J. Ford. 2015. Increasing hydrologic variability threatens depleted anadromous fish populations. Global Change Biology.Go to metadata icon

Waters, C. D., J. J. Hard, M. S. Brieuc, D. E. Fast, K. I. Warheit, R. S. Waples, C. M. Knudsen, W. J. Bosch, K. A. Naish. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Effectiveness of managed gene flow in reducing genetic divergence associated with captive breeding. Evolutionary Applications, 8(10):956-971.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

Weitkamp, L. A., D. J. Teel, M. Liermann, S. A. Hinton, D. M. Van Doornik, P. J. Bentley. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Stock-specific size and timing at ocean entry of Columbia River juvenile Chinook salmon and steelhead: implications for early ocean growth. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7(1):370-392.Go to metadata icon

Weitkamp, L. A., S. A. Hinton, P. J. Bentley. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Seasonal abundance, size, and host selection of western river (Lampetra ayresii) and Pacific (Entosphenus tridentatus) lampreys the Columbia River estuary. Fishery Bulletin, 113(2):213-226.Go to metadata icon

Wells, M. L., V. L. Trainer, T. J. Smayda, B. Karlson, C. G. Trick, R. Kudela, A. Ishikawa, s. Bernard, a. wulff, D. M. Anderson, W. P. Cochlan. 2015. Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) and Climate Change; What Do We Know and Where Do We Go From Here? Harmful Algae.Go to metadata icon

Westley, P. A., A. H. Dittman, E. J. Ward, T. Quinn. 2015. Signals of climate, density-dependence, and human disturbance in Pacific salmon dispersal. Ecology.Go to metadata icon

Wetzel, C.R., Punt, A.E. 2015. Evaluating the performance of data-moderate and catch-only assessment methods for U.S. west coast groundfish. Fisheries Research. 71: 170-187.Go to metadata icon

Woods, P.J., C. Bouchard, D.S. Holland, A.E. Punt, G. Marteinsdóttir 2015. Catch-quota balancing mechanisms in the Icelandic multi-species demersal fishery: are all species equal? Marine Policy 55:1-10.Go to metadata icon

Woods, P.J., D.S. Holland, G. Marteinsdóttir, and A.E. Punt 2015. How a catch-quota balancing system can go wrong: an evaluation of the species quota transformation provisions in the Icelandic multi-species demersal fishery. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 72(5):1257-77. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsv001.Go to metadata icon

Zimmerman, M., J. R. Irvine, M. O'Neill, J. H. Anderson, C. M. Greene, J. Weinheimer, M. Trudel, K. Rawson. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Spatial and temporal patterns in smolt survival of wild and hatchery coho salmon in the Salish Sea. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7(1):116-134.Go to metadata icon