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Publications 2004

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

 

Apostolaki P, E A Babcock, M K McAllister. 2004. Further investigation of the effects of stock mixing on estimates of the size of North Atlantic bluefin tuna population using the six-area population dynamics model presented in SCRS/02/88. Collective Volume of Scientific Papers ICCAT. 56(3):1121-1133.


Apostolaki P, E Cortes, E A Babcock, E Brooks, L Beerkircher. 2004. Use of an age-structured model for the stock assessment of blue shark in the North Atlantic. Collective Volume of Scientific Papers ICCAT . 58(3):1001-1018.


Apostolaki P, E A Babcock, M K McAllister. 2004. Further investigation of the effects of stock mixing on estimates of the size of North Atlantic bluefin tuna population using the six-area population dynamics model presented in SCRS/02/88. Collective Volume of Scientific Papers ICCAT. 56(3):1121-1133.


Babcock E A, E Cortes. 2004. Surplus production model applied to the data for blue and mako sharks available at the 2001 ICCAT Bycatch Working Group and other published data. ICCAT document. SCRS/2004/109.


Babcock E A, M K McAllister. 2004. Modeling biases and contradictions among catch rate indices of abundance for Atlantic white marlin (Tetrapterus albidus). Collective Volume of Scientific Papers ICCAT. 56(1):110-119.


Babcock E A, E K Pikitch. 2004. Can we reach agreement on a standardized approach to ecosystem-based fishery management?. Bulletin of Marine Science. 74: 685-692.


Bakun A, S J Weeks. 2004. Greenhouse gas buildup, sardines, submarine eruptions and the possibility of abrupt degradation of intense marine upwelling ecosystems. Ecology Letters. 7: 1015-1023. - view abstract


Baum J K, R A Myers. 2004. Shifting baselines and the decline of pelagic sharks in the Gulf of Mexico. Ecology letters. 7:135-145.


Boersma D, Ogden J, Branch G, Bustamante R, Campagna C, Harris G, Pikitch E K. 2004. Chapter 6: Lines on the Water, in Ocean-Use Planning in Large Marine Ecosystems in Defying Ocean's End: An Agenda for Action. Pages 125-138. Ed. by Glover L K, Earle S A. Island Press, Washington D.C.

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Burroughs R, C Santora. 2004. Disposal of Contaminated Sediment from the Port of new York. Report prepared for the Universityof Rhodes Island Transportation Center. URITC Project No.536.


Doukakis P, E K Pikitch, M Baimukhanov, G Sissengaliyeva, V Melnikov, S Yerbulekov, S Crownover. 2004. Caviar and Conservation. Caucasus Environment. 6(1): 21-23..


Doukakis P, E K Pikitch, Alpeisov S, Baimukhanov M, Melnikov V, Sissengaliyeva G, Bokova Y, Yerbulekov S. 2004. Report on Collaborative research on Ural River sturgeon populations. Atyrau, Kazakhstan. 29 March.


Hammerschlag N. 2004. Sharing space with an Oceanic Whitetip. Shark Diver Magazine. Issue 7: 22 - 24.


Hammerschlag N. 2004. A review of osmoregulation in Freshwater and Marine Elasmobranchs. VI International Congress on the Biology of Fish. Symposium Proceeding.

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Lawson P W, E A Logerwell, N J Mantua, R C Francis, V N Agostini. 2004. Environmental factors influencing freshwater survival and smolt production in Pacific Northwest coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 61:360-373.


Martin R A, N Hammerschlag, C Fallows. 2004. Overview of white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) research at Seal Island, South Africa. 8th European Elasmobranch Association Conference Sympsium Proceedings (Extended Abstract). .

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McAllister M K, E A Babcock, P Apostolaki, E K Pikitch. 2004. Outlining a statistical modelling framework to support the development of a new area-based management regime for Atlantic bluefin tuna. Collective Volume of Scientific Papers ICCAT . 56(3):1134-1143.


National Research Council Committee on Cooperative Research in the National Marine Fisheries Service, Hilborn R, Dealteris J, Deriso R, Graham G, Iudicello S, Lundsten M, Pikitch E K, Sylvia G, Williamson J, Zwanenburg K. 2004. Cooperative research in the National Marine Fisheries Service. The National Academies Press. Washington, D.C. USA. 132 pages


Pikitch E K, C Santora, E A Babcock, A Bakun, R Bonfil, D O Conover, P Dayton, P Doukakis, D Fluharty, B Heneman, E D Houde, J Link, P A Livingston, M Mangel, M K McAllister, J Pope, K J Sainsbury. 2004. Ecosystem-based fishery management. Science. 305:346-347.

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Pikitch E K, P Doukakis, C Santora. 2004. Caspian sturgeons and captive caviar production: understanding conservation benefits. Fish Farmer. 27(3): 31-33.


Pikitch E K. 2004. Child of the sea becomes witness to its decline. Fort Lauderdale Magazine Sand & Sea . 4 (2):14-16.


Pikitch E K, P Doukakis, S Crownover, S Alpeisov, M Baimukhanov, G Sissengaliyeva. 2004. Report on the Project Technical assistance on fish tagging technology to benefit Ural River sturgeon populations. Atyrau, Kazakhstan. 7.Jul.03-15.Jul.03.


Pikitch E K, C Santora, E A Babcock, A Bakun, R Bonfil, D O Conover, P Dayton, P Doukakis, D Fluharty, B Heneman, E D Houde, P A Livingston, M Mangel, M K McAllister, J Pope, K J sainsbury. 2004. Letter to the editor: Response to fishery management and culling. Science. 396: 1892.


Santora C, P Doukakis. 2004. Comments to the U.S. Commission on Ocean Policy on the Preliminary Report. U.S. Commission on Ocean Policy. June 4.


Santora C. 2004. Scientists outline a model for Ecosystem-based Fishery Management.. Waves, (Marine & Coastal Community Network Newsletter). 10(3): 13.


Santora C, N Hade, J Odell. 2004. Managing offshore wind developments in the United States: Legal, environmental and social considerations using a case study in Nantucket Sound. Ocean and Coastal Management. 47: 141-164.


Skomal G, E A Babcock, E K Pikitch. 2004. Indices of blue and mako shark abundance derived from U. S. Atlantic recreational fishery data. Collective Volume of Scientific Papers ICCAT . 58(3):1034-1043.


Ward P, R A Myers, W Blanchard. 2004. Fish lost at sea: the effect of soak time and timing on pelagic longline catches. Fishery Bulletin . 102: 179-195.


Weeks S J, B Currie, A Bakun, K R Peard. 2004. Hydrogen sulphide eruptions in the Atlantic Ocean off southern Africa: Impliations of a new vieew based on SeaWiFS satellite imagery. Deep Sea Research . I 51: 153-172.

 

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