Below are some select publications from the peer-reviewed literature that represent some of our work outside of the blog. Click on the bloggers name to view their personal academic website.
Dana Sackett, PhD
Sackett, D.K., Drazen, J.C., Moriwake V.N., Kelley, C.D., Schumacher, B.D., Misa, W.F.X.E. 2013. Marine protected areas for deepwater fish populations: an evaluation of their effects in Hawai`i. Marine Biology. 1-15.
Sackett, D.K., Aday, D.D., Rice, J.A., & Cope, W.G. 2013. Maternally transferred mercury in wild largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides. Environmental Pollution. 178:493-497
Sackett, D.K., Cope, W.G., Rice, J.A., & Aday D.D. 2013. The influence
of fish length on tissue mercury dynamics: implications for natural resource
management and human health risk. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 10:638-659.
Sackett, D.K., Aday, D.D., Rice, J.A., Cope, W.G., & Buchwalter, D. 2010. Does
proximity to coal-fired power plants influence fish tissue mercury? Ecotoxicology. 19:1601-1611.
Sackett, D.K., Aday, D.D., Rice, J.A., & Cope, W.G. 2009. A statewide assessment of mercury dynamics in North Carolina waterbodies and fish. Transactions of the American Fishery Society. 138:1328-1341.
Brandon Peoples, PhD
Peoples, B.K. and E. A. Frimpong. 2016. Context-dependent outcomes in a reproductive mutualism between two freshwater fish species. Ecology and Evolution 6:1214-1233.
Peoples, B.K. and E.A. Frimpong. 2015. Biotic interactions and habitat drive positive co-occurrence between facilitating and beneficiary stream fishes. Journal of Biogeography. DOI:10.1111/jbi.12699.
Peoples, B.K., L.A. Blanc and E.A. Frimpong. 2015. Lotic cyprinid communities can be structured as nest webs and predicted by the stress-gradient hypothesis. Journal of Animal Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.12428
McManamay, R.A., B.K. Peoples, D.J. Orth, C.A. Dolloff and D.C. Matthews. 2015. Isolating causal pathways between flow and fish in the regulated river hierarchy. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2015-0227
Peoples, B.K., R. A. McManamay, D.J. Orth, and E.A. Frimpong. 2013. Nesting habitat use by river chub in a hydrologically variable Appalachian tailwater. Ecology of Freshwater Fish DOI 10.1111/eff12078.
Peoples, B.K. and E.A. Frimpong. 2013. Evidence of mutual benefits of nest association among freshwater cyprinids and implications for conservation. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 23: 911-923.
Peoples, B.K. and E.A. Frimpong. 2011. Among-pass, interregional, and single- versus multiple-season comparisons of detection probabilities of stream fishes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140: 67-83.
Midway, S.R., J.W. White, W.A. Roumillat, C. Batsavage, and F.S. Scharf. 2013. Improving macroscopic maturity determination in a pre-spawning flatfish through predictive modeling and whole mount methods. Fisheries Research. 147:359–369.
Midway, S.R. and F.S. Scharf. 2012. Histological analysis reveals larger size-at-maturity for southern flounder Paralichthys lethostigma with implications for biological reference points. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 4:628–638.
Dobbins, D.A., S.R. Midway, Leone, E.H., and R.L. Cailteux. 2012 Long term impacts on native ictalurids by introduced flathead catfish in the Choctawhatchee River, Florida. Fisheries Management & Ecology 19:434–440.
Midway, S.R., T.J. Kwak, and D.D. Aday. 2010. Habitat suitability of the Carolina madtom, an imperiled, endemic stream fish. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139:325–338.
Patrick Cooney, MS, Certified Fisheries Scientist since February 28, 2013
Claussen, JE, PB Cooney, et al. 2013. Science Communication in a Digital Age: Social Media and the American Fisheries Society, Fisheries, 38:8, 359-362.
Abigail J. Lynch, PhD
Lynch, A. J., W. W. Taylor, A. M. McCright. 2016. Stakeholder views of management and decision support tools to integrate climate change into Great Lakes Lake Whitefish management. Fisheries. 41(11):644-652.
Cooke, S. J., E. H. Allison, T. D. Beard, Jr., R. Arlinghaus, A. H. Arthington, D. M. Bartley, I. G. Cowx, C. Fuentevilla, N. J. Leonard, A. J. Lynch, V. M. Nguyen, S. Youn, W. W. Taylor, R. L. Welcomme. 2016. On the sustainability of inland fisheries: Finding a future for the forgotten. Ambio. 45:753.
Nguyen, V. M., A. J. Lynch, N. Young, I. G. Cowx, T. D. Beard, Jr., W. W. Taylor, S. J. Cooke. 2016. To manage inland fisheries is to manage at the social-ecological watershed scale. Journal of Environmental Management. 181:312-325.
Lynch, A. J., B. J. E. Myers, C. Chu, L. A. Eby, J. A. Falke, R. P. Kovach, T. J. Krabbenhoft, T. J. Kwak, J. Lyons, C. P. Paukert, J. E. Whitney. 2016. Climate change effects on North American inland fish populations and assemblages. Fisheries. 41(7):346-361.
Lynch, A. J., S. J. Cooke, A. Deines, S. Bower, D. B, Bunnell, I. G. Cowx, V. M. Nguyen, J. Nonher, K. Phouthavong, B. Riley, M. W. Rogers, W. W. Taylor, W.M. Woelmer, S. Youn, T. D. Beard, Jr. 2016. The social, economic, and ecological importance of inland fishes and fisheries. Environmental Reviews. 24:1-8.
Lynch, A. J., E. Varela-Acevedo, and W. W. Taylor. 2015. Decision-Support Tools for a Changing Climate: Application to Inland Fisheries Management. Journal of Fisheries Management and Ecology. 22(1):14-24.
Lynch, A. J., W. W. Taylor, T. D. Beard, and B. M. Lofgren. 2015. Projected changes in Lake Whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) recruitment with climate change in the 1836 Treaty Waters of Lakes Huron, Michigan, and Superior. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 41(2):415-422.