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Publications 2002

Authors in bold are/were staff of the Institute for Ocean Conservation Science and its founding organization, the Pew Institute for Ocean Science

 

Birstein V.J., Doukakis P.. 2002. Molecular identification of sturgeon species: science, bureaucracy, and the impacts of environmental agreements. Monitoring Migratory Animals, Bonn Convention. 47-63.

Birstein V.J., Doukakis P., DeSalle R.. 2002. Molecular phylogeny of Acipenseridae: non-monophyly of Scaphirhynchinae. Copeia. (2): 287-301.

Birstein V.J., Doukakis P. , DeSalle R.. 2002. Letter to the Editor. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries . 12: 107-108.

Conover D O, S B Munch. 2002. Sustaining fisheries yields over evolutionary time scales. Science. 297 (5578): 94-96.

Shivji M S, S Clarke, M Pank, L Natanson, N Kohler, M Stanhope. 2002. Genetic identification of pelagic shark body parts for conservation and trade monitoring. Conservation Biology . 16: 1036-1047.

 

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