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Publications 2008

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

 

Alder, J., Campbell, B., Karpouzi, V. , Kaschner, K., Pauly, D.. 2008. Forage Fish: From Ecosystems to Markets. Annual Review of Environment and Resources. 33: 153-66.


Camhi, M.D., Pikitch, E.K., Babcock, E.A.. 2008. Sharks of the Open Ocean: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation. Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated. 536 pages


Camhi, M.D., Lauck, E., Pikitch, E.K., Babcock, E.A.. 2008. A global overview of commercial fisheries for open ocean sharks, in Sharks of the Open Ocean: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation. Pages 166-192. Blackwell Publishing. 536 pages


Cervino, J.M., Thompson, F.L., Gomez-Gil, B., Lorence, E.A., Goreau, T.J., Hayes, R.L., Winiarski-Cervino, K.B., Smith, G.W., Hughen, K., Bartels, E.. 2008. The Vibrio core group induces yellow band disease in Caribbean and Indo-Pacific reef-building corals. Journal of Applied Microbiology. .

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Doukakis P., Erickson D. L., Baimukhanov M. , Bokova Y. , Erbulekov S., Nimatov A., Pikitch E.K.. 2008. Field and genetic approaches to enhance knowledge of Ural River sturgeon biology, in Rescue of Sturgeon Species in the Ural River Basin. Pages 277-292. Ed. by Lagutov V.. Springer, The Netherlands. 15 pages


Erickson, D. L., Berkeley, S.. 2008. Methods to Reduce Bycatch Mortality in Longline Fisheries, in Sharks of the Open Ocean: Biology, Fisheries, and Conservation. Pages 462-470. Blackwell Publishing. 536 pages


Lindley, S.T., Moser, M.L., Erickson, D. L., Belchik, M., Welsch, D.W., Rechisky, E.L., Kelly, J.T., Heublein, J., A.P. Klimley. 2008. Marine Migration of North American Green Sturgeon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 137:182–194. - view abstract


McAllister, M. K., Pikitch, E.K., Babcock, E.A.. 2008. Why are Bayesian methods useful for the stock assessment of sharks?, in Sharks of the Open Ocean: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation. Pages 351-368. Blackwell Publishing. 536 pages


Pikitch, E.K., Camhi, M.D., Babcock, E.A.. 2008. Introduction to Sharks of the Open Ocean, in Sharks of the Open Ocean: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation. Pages 3-13. Blackwell Publishing. 536 pages


Pikitch, E.K., Santora, C.. 2008. Decision frameworks and reconciling fisheries with conservation, in Reconciling Fisheries and Conservation: Proceedings of the Fourth World Fisheries Congress. Pages 1135-1138. Ed. by Jennifer Nielsen, Julian J. Dodson, Kevin Friedland, Troy R. Hamon, Jack Musick, and Eric Verspoor. American Fisheries Society. 1,946 pages


Pikitch, E.K., Santora, C., Babcock, E.A.. 2008. New frameworks for reconciling conservation with fisheries: incorporating uncertainty and ecosystem processes into fisheries management, in Reconciling Fisheries and Conservation: Proceedings of the Fourth World Fisheries Congress.. Pages 1177-1187. Ed. by Jennifer Nielsen, Julian J. Dodson, Kevin Friedland, Troy R. Hamon, Jack Musick, and Eric Verspoor. American Fisheries Society. 1,946 pages


Skomal, G, Babcock , E.A., Pikitch, E.K.. 2008. Blue and mako shark catch rates in U.S. Atlantic recreational fisheries as potential indices of abundance, in Sharks of the Open Ocean: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation. Pages 205-212. Blackwell Publishing. 536 pages.


Waldman J.R. , Doukakis P., Wirgin I.A. . 2008. Molecular analysis as a conservation tool in trade and conservation of North American sturgeons and paddlefish. J. of Applied Ichthyology . 24 (Suppl.1): 46–49.


Weeks, S.J., Anthony, K.N., Bakun, A., Feldman, G.C., Hoegh-Guldberg, O.. 2008. Improved predictions of coral bleaching using seasonal baselines and higher spatial resolution. Limnol. Oceanogr. 53(4), 2008, 1369–1.

Abstract
Coral bleaching spread across the southern Great Barrier Reef in January 2006, after sea temperatures reached climatological summer maxima 2 months before normal. Current satellite-derived warning systems were unable to detect severe bleaching conditions in the region because of their use of a constant thermal threshold (summer maximum monthly mean) and low spatial resolution (50 km). Here it is shown that such problems can be ameliorated if the thermal threshold is adjusted for seasonal variation and a 4-km spatial resolution is used. We develop a seasonally and spatially improved thermal threshold for coral bleaching on the basis of a weekly climatology of sea surface temperatures extending from austral spring to late summer, and apply the method to two case-study sites. At both sites, and in particular at the nearshore site that was undetected by the 50-km satellite product, the seasonally adjusted thermal threshold produced a greatly improved consistency between accumulated heating and bleaching severity. The application of thermal stress algorithms that reflect the longterm mean pattern in seasonal variation allows coral bleaching to be forecast with higher precision.

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