ERD Publications


Primary Literature


Becker, E.A., K.A. Forney, D.G. Foley, R.C. Smith, T.J. Moore, and J. Barlow. 2014. Predicting seasonal density patterns of California cetaceans based on habitat models. Endangered Species Research, 23:1-22. doi:10.3354/esr00548.

Ryan, J.P., M.A. McManus, R.M. Kudela, M. Lara Artigas, J.G. Bellingham, F.P. Chavez, G. Doucette, D. Foley, M. Godin, J.B.J. Harvey, R. Marin III, M. Messié, C. Mikulski, T. Pennington, F. Py, K. Rajan, I. Shulman, Z. Wang, and Y. Zhang. 2014. Boundary influences on HAB phytoplankton ecology in a stratification-enhanced upwelling shadow. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 101:63–79. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2013.01.017.

Stewart, J., E.L. Hazen, S.J. Bograd, A. Byrnes, D. Foley, W. Gilly, B. Robison, and J. Field. 2014. Combined climate- and prey-mediated range expansion of Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas), a large marine predator in the California Current System. Global Change Biology. doi:10.1111/gcb.12502.

Villareal, T.A. and C. Wilson. 2014. A comparison of the Pac-X trans-Pacific Wave Glider data and satellite data (MODIS, Aquarius, TRMM and VIIRS). PLosOne, 9(3):e92280.  doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0092280.


Catry, P., R.T. Lemos, P. Brickle, R.A. Phillips, R. Matias, and J.P.Granadeiro. 2013. Predicting the distribution of a threatened albatross: The importance of competition, fisheries and annual variability. Progress in Oceanography, 110:1-10.

Combes, V., F. Chenillat, E. Di Lorenzo, P. Riviere, M.D. Ohman, and S.J. Bograd. 2013. Cross-shore transport variability in the California Current:Ekman upwelling vs. eddy dynamics. Progress in Oceanography, 109:78-89.

Di Lorenzo, E., V. Combes, J. Keister, P.T. Strub, A. Thomas, P.J.S. Franks, M.D. Ohman, J. Furtado, A. Bracco, S.J. Bograd, W.T. Peterson, F.B. Schwing, S. Chiba, B. Taguchi, S. Hormazabal, and C. Parada. In Press. Synthesis of Pacific Ocean climate and ecosystem dynamics. Oceanography.

Fiedler, P.C., R. Mendelssohn, D.M. Palacios, and S.J.Bograd. 2013. Pycnocline variations in the eastern tropical and North Pacific, 1958-2008. Journal of Climate, 26(2):583-599. doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-11-00728.1.

Garcia-Reyes, Marisol, William J. Sydeman, Sarah Ann Thompson, Bryan A.Black, Ryan R. Rykaczewski, Julie A. Thayer, and Steven J. Bograd. 2013. Integrated assessment of wind effects on central California's pelagic ecosystem. Ecosystems, 16(5):722-735. doi:10.1007/s10021-013-9643-6.

Garcia-Reyes, M., W.J. Sydeman, B.A. Black, R. Rykaczewski, D. Schoeman, S.A. Thompson, and S.J.Bograd. 2013. Relative influence of oceanic and terrestrial pressure systems in driving upwelling-favorable winds. Geophysical Research Letters, 40(19)5311-5315. doi:10.1002/2013GL057729. 

Goldbogen, Jeremy A., Brandon L. Southall, Stacy L. DeRuiter, John Calambokidis, Ari S. Friedlaender, Elliott L. Hazen, Erin A. Falcone, Gregory S. Schorr, Annie Douglas, David J. Moretti, Chris Kyburg, Megan F. McKenna, and Peter L. Tyack. 2013. Blue whales respond to simulated mid-frequency militarysonar. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 280(1765):20130657 (8 p.).

Gove, J.M., G.J. Williams, M.A. McManus, S.F. Heron, S.A. Sandin, and D.G. Foley. 2013. Quantifying Climatological Ranges and Anomaliesfor Pacific Coral Reef Ecosystems. PLoSONE, 8(4):e61974. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0061974.

Gregr E.J., M.F. Baumgartner, K.L. Laidre, and D.M. Palacios. 2013. Marine mammal habitat models come of age: the emergence of ecological and management relevance. Endangered Species Research, 22:205-212. doi:10.3354/esr00476.

Hazen, E.L., R. Suryan, J. Santora, Y. Watanuke, S.J. Bograd, and R. Wilson. 2013. Scales andmechanisms of marine hotspot formation. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 487:177–183.

Hazen, Elliott L., Salvador Jorgensen, Ryan R. Rykaczewski, Steven J. Bograd, David G. Foley, Ian D. Jonsen, Scott A. Shaffer, John P. Dunne, Daniel P. Costa, Larry B. Crowder, and Barbara A. Block. 2013. Predicted habitatshifts of Pacific top predators in a changing climate. Nature Climate Change, 3(3):234-238.

Krause, Jeffrey W., Mark A. Brzezinski, Tracy A. Villareal, and Cara Wilson. 2013. Biogenic silica cycling during summer phytoplankton blooms in the North Pacific subtropical gyre. Deep-SeaResearch I, 71:49-60.

Maxwell, S.M., E.L. Hazen, S.J. Bograd, B.S. Halpern, B. Nickel, G.A. Breed, N.M. Teutschel, L. B. Crowder, S. Benson, P.H. Dutton, H. Bailey, M.A. Kappes, C.E. Kuhn, M.J. Weise, B. Mate, S.A. Shaffer, J.L. Hassrick, R.W. Henry, L. Irvine, B.I. McDonald, P.W. Robinson, S. Simmons, B.A. Block, and D.P. Costa. 2013. Pelagic predator distributions andanthropogenic impacts: implications for effective spatial management in the California Current. Nature Communications, 4:2688. doi:10.1038/ncomms3688.

Norton, Jerrold G., Janet E. Mason, Cindy Bessey, and Samuel F. Herrick. 2013. Physical, biological and economic interconnections in theecosystems and fisheries off California, 1877-2004. Quaternary International, 310:7-19.

Palacios D.M., M.F. Baumgartner, K.L. Laidre, and E.J.Gregr.
 2013. Beyond correlation: integrating environmentally and behaviourally mediated processes in models of marine mammal distributions. Endangered Species Research, 22:191-203. doi:10.3354/esr00558.

Palacios, D. M., E. L. Hazen, I. D. Schroeder, and S. J. Bograd. 2013Modeling the temperature-nitrate relationship in the coastal upwelling domain of the California Current. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 118(7):3223-3239. doi:10.1002/jgrc.20216.

Pardo, M.A., N. Silverberg, D. Gendron, E. Beier, and D.M. Palacios. 2013. Role of environmental seasonality in the turnover of a cetacean community in the southwestern Gulf of California. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 487:245-260. doi:10.3354/meps10217.

Pierson, James J., Bruce W. Frost, and Andrew W. Leising. 2013. Foray foraging behavior: seasonally variable, food-driven migratory behavior in two calanoid copepod species. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 475:49-64.

Pierson, J. J., H. Batchelder, W. Saumweber, A. Leising, J. Runge. 2013. The impact of increasing temperature on dormancy duration in Calanus finmarchicus. Journal of Plankton Research, 35(3):504-512. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbt022.

Roe, J., S. Morreale, F. Paladino, G. Shillinger, S. Benson, S. Eckert, H. Bailey, P. Santidrian-Tomillo, S. Bograd, T. Eguchi, P. Dutton, J. Seminoff, B. Block, and J. Spotila. In Press. Hotspots for bycatch of endangered leatherback turtles on longlines in the Pacific Ocean. Proceedingsof the Royal Society-B.

Schroeder, Isaac D., Bryan A. Black, William J. Sydeman, Steven J.Bograd, Elliott L. Hazen, Jarrod A. Santora, and Brian K. Wells. 2013. The North Pacific High and wintertime pre-conditioning of California current productivity. Geophysical Research Letters, 40(3):541-546.

Thomas, A. C., R. Mendelssohn, and R. Weatherbee. 2013. Background trends in California Current surface chlorophyll concentrations: A state-spaceview. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 118(10):5296–5311. doi:10.1002/jgrc.20365.

Ware, C., D. Wiley, A. Friedlaender, M. Weinrich, E.L. Hazen, A. Bocconcelli, S. Parks, A. Stimpert, M. Thompson, and K. Abernathy. 2013. Bottom Side-Roll Feeding by Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the Southern Gulf of Maine, USA. Marine Mammal Science. doi:10.1111/mms.12053.

Wells, Brian, Isaac D. Schroeder, Jarrod A.Santora, Elliott L. Hazen, Steven J. Bograd, Eric Bjorkstedt, Valerie J. Loeb, Sam McClatchie, Edward D. Weber, William Watson, Andrew R. Thompson, William Peterson, Richard D. Brodeur, Jeff Harding, John Field, Keith Sakuma, Sean Hayes, Nathan Mantua, William J. Sydeman, Marcel Losekoot, Sarah Ann Thompson, John Largier, Sung Yong Kim, Francisco P. Chavez, Caren Barcelo, Pete Warzybok, Russell Bradley, Jaime Jahncke, Ralf Goericke, Gregory S. Campbell, John A. Hildebrand, Sharon R. Melin,Robert L. DeLong, Jose Gomez-Valdes, Bertha Lavaniegos, Gilberto Gaxiola-Castro, Richard T. Golightly, Stephanie R.Schneider, Nancy Lo, Robert M. Suryan, Amanda J. Gladics, Cheryl A. Horton, Jennifer Fisher, Cheryl Morgan, Jay Peterson, Elizabeth A. Daly, Toby D. Auth, and Jeffrey Abell. 2013. State of the California current 2012-2013: No Such Thing as an “Average” Year. CalCOFI Reports, 54:37-71.

Whitney, F. A., S.J. Bograd, and T. Ono. 2013. Nutrient enrichment of the subarctic Pacific Oceanpycnocline. Geophysical Research Letters, 40(10):2200-2205. doi:101002/grl.5043.

Willis-Norton, E., E.L. Hazen, S. Fossette, G. Shillinger, R. Rykaczewski, D.G. Foley, J. Dunne, and S.J. Bograd. In Press. Climate change impacts on leatherback turtle pelagic habitat in the southeast Pacific. Deep-SeaResearch II. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2013.12.019

Wilson, C., T.A. Villareal, M.A. Brzezinski, J.W. Krause, and A. Y. Shcherbina. 2013. Chlorophyll bloom development and the subtropicalfront in the North Pacific. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 118(3):1473-1488. doi:10.1002/jgrc.20143.


Arzayus, Krisa, Hernan E. Garcia, Steve Hankin, Elizabeth Jewett, andRoy Mendelssohn. 2012. Toward an ocean acidification data stewardship system. Earth System Monitor, 19(1):5.

Bailey, Helen, Sabrina Fossette, Steven J. Bograd, George L. Shillinger,Alan M. Swithenbank, Jean-Yves Georges, Philippe Gaspar, K.H. Patrik Stromberg,Frank V. Paladino, James R. Spotila, Barbara A. Block, and Graeme C. Hays.2012. Movement patterns for a critically endangered species, the leatherbackturtle (Dermochelys coriacea), linkedto foraging success and population status. PLoSONE, 7(5):e36401 (8 p.).

Bailey, Helen, Scott R. Benson, George L. Shillinger, Steven J. Bograd,Peter H. Dutton, Scott A. Eckert, Stephen J. Morreale, Frank V. Paladino,Tomoharu Eguchi, David G. Foley, Barbara A. Block, Rotney Piedra, CreusaHitipeuw, Ricardo F. Tapilatu, and James R. Spotila. 2012. Identification ofdistinct movement patterns in Pacific leatherback turtle populations influencedby ocean conditions. EcologicalApplications, 22(3):735–747.

Becker, E.A., D.G. Foley, K.A. Forney, J. Barlow, J.V. Redfern, and C.L.Gentemann. 2012. Forecasting cetacean abundance patterns to enhance managementdecisions. Endangered Species Research,16(2):97-112. doi:10.3354/esr00390.

Beltran, F., B. Sanso, R. Lemos, and R. Mendelssohn. 2012. Jointprojections of North Pacific sea surface temperature from different globalclimate models. Environmetrics,23(5):451-465. doi:10.1002/env.2150.

Bjorkstedt, Eric P., Ralf Goericke, Sam McClatchie, Ed Weber, WilliamWatson, Nancy Lo, William T. Peterson, Richard D. Brodeur, Toby Auth, JenniferFisher, Cheryl Morgan, Jay Peterson, John Largier, Steven J. Bograd, ReginaldoDurazo, Gilberto Gaxiola-Castro, Bertha Lavaniegos, Francisco P. Chavez, CurtisA. Collins, Bob Hannah, John Field, Keith Sakuma, Will Satterthwaite, MichaelO'Farrell, Sean Hayes, Jeff Harding, William J. Sydeman, Sarah Ann Thompson,Pete Warzybok, Russell Bradley, Jaime Jahncke, Richard T. Golightly, StephanieR. Schneider, Robert M. Suryan, Amanda J. Gladics, Cheryl A. Horton, Sung YongKim, Sharon R. Melin, Robert L. DeLong, and Jeffrey Abell. 2012. State of theCalifornia Current 2011-2012: Ecosystems respond to local forcing as La Ninawavers and wanes. CalCOFI Reports,53:41-76.

Booth, J. Ashley T., Erika E. McPhee-Shaw, Paul Chua, Eric Kingsley, MarkDenny, Roger Phillips, Steven J. Bograd, Louis D. Zeidberg, and William F.Gilly. 2012. Natural intrusions of hypoxic, low pH water into nearshore marineenvironments on the California coast. ContinentalShelf Research, 45:108-115.

Danner, Eric M., Forrest S. Melton, Andrew Pike, Hirofumi Hashimoto,Andrew Michaelis, Balaji Rajagopalan, Jason Caldwell, Lynn DeWitt, StevenLindley, and Ramakrishna R. Nemani. 2012. River temperature forecasting: acoupled-modeling framework for management of river habitat. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in AppliedEarth Observations and Remote Sensing, 5(6):1752-1760.

Espinasse, Boris, Meng Zhou, Yiwu Zhu, Elliott L. Hazen, Ari S.Friedlaender, Douglas P. Nowacek, Dezhang Chu, and Francois Carlotti. 2012.Austral fall-winter transition of mesozooplankton assemblages and krillaggregations in an embayment west of the Antarctic Peninsula. Marine Ecology Progress Series,452:63-80.

Espinasse, Boris, Meng Zhou, Yiwu Zhu, Elliott L. Hazen, Ari S.Friedlaender, Douglas P. Nowacek, Dezhang Chu, and Francois Carlotti. 2012.Austral fall-winter transition of mesozooplankton assemblages and krillaggregations in an embayment west of the Antarctic Peninsula. Marine Ecology Progress Series,452:63-80.

Hazen, Elliott L., Sara M. Maxwell, Helen Bailey, Steven J. Bograd, MarkHamann, Philippe Gaspar, Brendan J. Godley, and George L. Shillinger. 2012.Ontogeny in marine tagging and tracking science: technologies and data gaps. Marine Ecology Progress Series,457:221-240.

Howell, Evan A., Steven J. Bograd, Carey Morishige, Michael P. Seki, andJeffrey J. Polovina. 2012. On North Pacific circulation and associated marinedebris concentration. Marine PollutionBulletin, 65(1-3):16-22. doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2011.04.034.

Krause, Jeffrey W., Mark A. Brzezinski, Tracy A. Villareal, and CaraWilson. 2012. Increased kinetic efficiency for silicic acid uptake as a driverof summer diatom blooms in the North Pacific subtropical gyre. Limnology and Oceanography,57(4):1084-1098.

Lemos, Ricardo T., and Bruno Sanso. 2012. Conditionally linear modelsfor non-homogeneous spatial random fields. StatisticalMethodology, 9(1-2):275-284.

Maps, F., J.A.Runge, A. Leising, A.J. Pershing, N.R. Record, S. Plourde, and J.J. Pierson.2012. Modeling the timing and duration of dormancy in populations of Calanus finmarchicus from the NorthwestAtlantic shelf. Journal of PlanktonResearch, 34(1):36-54.

Mason, Janet, Rosemary Kosaka, Aaron Mamula, and Cameron Speir. 2012.Effort changes around a marine reserve: The case of the California RockfishConservation Area. Marine Policy,36(5):1054-1063.

Maxwell, Sara M., Elliott L. Hazen, Lance E. Morgan, Helen Bailey, andRebecca Lewison. 2012. Finding balance in fisheries management. Science, 336(6080):413.

McKibben, S. M., P.G. Strutton, D.G. Foley, T.D. Peterson, A.E.White. 2012. Satellite-based detection and monitoring of phytoplankton bloomsalong the Oregon coast. Journal ofGeophysical Research,117:C12002. doi: 10.1029/2012JC008114.

Páez-Rosas, D., D. Aurioles-Gamboa, J.J. Alava, and D.M.Palacios. 2012. Stable isotopes indicate differing foraging strategies in twosympatric otariids of the Galapagos Islands. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 424-425:44-52.doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2012.05.001.

Palacios, D.M., J.C. Herrera, T. Gerrodette, C. García, G.A.Soler, I.C. Avila, S. Bessudo, E. Hernández, F. Trujillo, L. Flórez-González,and I. Kerr. 2012. Cetacean distribution and relative abundance in Colombia’sPacific EEZ from survey cruises and platforms of opportunity. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management,12(1):45-50.

Santora, Jarrod A., John C. Field, Isaac D. Schroeder, Keith M. Sakuma,Brian K. Wells, and William J. Sydeman. 2012. Spatial ecology of krill,micronekton and top predators in the central California Current: Implicationsfor defining ecologically important areas. Progressin Oceanography, 106:154-174.

Santora, Jarrod A., William J. Sydeman, Isaac D. Schroeder, Christian S.Reiss, Brian K. Wells, John C. Field, Anthony M. Cossio, and Valerie J. Loeb.2012. Krill space: a comparative assessment of mesoscale structuring in polarand temperate marine ecosystems. ICESJournal of Marine Science, 69(7):1317-1327.

Shillinger, George L., Emanuele Di Lorenzo, Hao Luo, Steven J. Bograd,Elliott L. Hazen, Helen Bailey, and James R. Spotila. 2012. On the dispersal ofleatherback turtle hatchlings from Mesoamerican nesting beaches. Proceedings of the Royal Society B,279(1737):2391-2395. doi:10.1098/rspb.2011.2348.

Shillinger, George L., Elliott L. Hazen, Helen Bailey, Steven J. Bograd,Brendan J. Godley, Rory P. Wilson, Philippe Gaspar, Mark Hamann, and James R.Spotila. 2012. Tagging through the stages: ontogeny in biologging [Themesection]. Marine Ecology Progress Series,457:163-301.

Shillinger, George L., Helen Bailey, Steven J. Bograd, Elliott L. Hazen,Mark Hamann, Philippe Gaspar, Brendan J. Godley, Rory P. Wilson, and James R.Spotila. 2012. Tagging through the stages: technical and ecological challengesin observing life histories through biologging [Introduction to theme section].Marine Ecology Progress Series,457:165-170.

Stewart, J.S., E.L. Hazen, D.G. Foley, S.J. Bograd, and W.F. Gilley. 2012. Marine predator migration during range expansion: Humboldt squid Dosidicus gigas in the northern CaliforniaCurrent System. Marine Ecology ProgressSeries, 471:135-150. doi: 10.3354/meps10022.

Thompson, Sarah Ann, William J. Sydeman, Jarrod A. Santora, Bryan A.Black, Robert M. Suryan, John Calambokidis, William T. Peterson, and Steven J.Bograd. 2012. Linking predators to seasonality of upwelling: using food webindicators and path analysis to infer trophic connections. Progress in Oceanography, 101(1):106-120.

Villareal, Tracy A., Colbi G. Brown, Mark A. Brzezinski, Jeffrey W.Krause, and Cara Wilson. 2012. Summer diatom blooms in the North Pacificsubtropical gyre: 2008-2009. PLoS ONE,7(4):e33109. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0033109.


Benson, Scott R., Tomoharu Eguchi, Dave G. Foley, Karin A. Forney, HelenBailey, Creusa Hitipeuw, Betuel P. Samber, Ricardo F. Tapilatu, Vagi Rei, PeterRamohia, John Pita, and Peter H. Dutton. 2011. Large-scale movements andhigh-use areas of western Pacific leatherback turtles, Dermochelys coriacea. Ecosphere,2(7):84.

Bjorkstedt, Eric P., Ralf Goericke, Sam McClatchie, Ed Weber, WilliamWatson, Nancy Lo, Bill Peterson, Bob Emmett, Ric Brodeur, Jay Peterson, MarisaLitz, Jose Gomez-Valdes, Gilberto Gaxiola-Castro, Bertha Lavaniegos, FranciscoChavez, Curtis A. Collins, John Field, Keith Sakuma, Steven J. Bograd, FranklinB. Schwing, Pete Warzybok, Russell Bradley, Jaime Jahncke, Gregory S. Campbell,John A. Hildebrand, William J. Sydeman, Sarah Ann Thompson, John L. Largier,Chris Halle, Sung Yong Kim, and Jeff Abell. 2011. State of the CaliforniaCurrent 2010-2011: Regionally variable responses to a strong (but fleeting?) LaNina. CalCOFI Reports, 52:36-68.

Black, B.A., R. Allman, I.D. Schroeder, and M.J. Schirripa.2011. Multidecadal otolith growth histories for red and gray snapper in thenorthern Gulf of Mexico, USA. Fisheries Oceanography, 20(5):347-356.

Black, Bryan A., Isaac D. Schroeder, William J. Sydeman, Steven J.Bograd, Brian K. Wells, and Franklin B. Schwing. 2011. Winter and summerupwelling modes and their biological importance in the California CurrentEcosystem. Global Change Biology,17(8):2536-2545. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02422.x.

Block, B.A., I.D. Jonsen, S.J. Jorgensen, A.J. Winship, S.A. Shaffer, S.J. Bograd, E.L. Hazen, D.G. Foley, G.A. Breed, A.-L. Harrison, J.E. Ganong, A. Swithenbank, M. Castleton, H. Dewar, B.R. Mate, G.L. Shillinger, K.M. Schaefer, S.R. Benson, M.J. Weise, R.W. Henry, and D.P. Costa. 2011. Tracking apex marine predator movements in a dynamic ocean. Nature, 475(7354):86-90. doi:10.1038/nature10082.

Dewar, Heidi, Eric D. Prince, Michael K. Musyl, Richard W. Brill, ChugeySepulveda, Jiangang Luo, David Foley, Eric S. Orbesen, Michael L. Domeier,Nicole Nasby-Lucas, Derke Snodgrass, R. Michael Laurs, John P. Hoolihan,Barbara A. Block, and Lianne M. McNaughton. 2011. Movements and behaviors ofswordfish in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans examined using pop-up satellitearchival tags. Fisheries Oceanography,20(3):219-241. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2419.2011.00581.x.

Dorman, Jeffrey G., Thomas M. Powell, William J. Sydeman, and Steven J.Bograd. 2011. Advection and starvation cause krill (Euphausia pacifica) decreases in 2005 Northern California coastalpopulations: implications from a model study. Geophysical Research Letters, 38:L04605. doi:10.1029/2010GL046245.

Félix, F., D.M. Palacios, S.K. Salazar, S. Caballero, B.Haase, and J. Falconí. 2011. The 2005 Galápagos Humpback Whale Expedition: Afirst attempt to assess and characterize the population in the archipelago. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management,Special Issue, 3:291-299.

Hazen, Elliott L., Douglas P. Nowacek, Louis St. Laurent, Patrick N.Halpin, and David J. Moretti. 2011. The relationship among oceanography, preyfields, and beaked whale foraging habitat in the Tongue of the Ocean. PLoS ONE, 6(4):E19269. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0019269.

Kurapov,A.L., D. Foley, P.T. Strub, G.D. Egbert, and J.S. Allen. 2011. Variationalassimilation of satellite observations in a coastal ocean model off Oregon. Journal of Geophysical Research, 116:C05006.doi:10.1029/2010JC006909.

Mendelssohn, Roy.2011. The STAMP Software for State Space Models. Journal Of Statistical Software, 41(2):1-18.

Moore, A. M., H.G. Arango, G.Broquet, C. Edwards, M. Veneziani, B. Powell, D. Foley, J.D. Doyle, D. Costa, and P. Robinson. 2011. TheRegional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 4-dimensional variational dataassimilation systems Part II - Performance and application to the CaliforniaCurrent System. Progress inOceanography, 91:50-73. doi: 10.1016/j.pocean.2011.05.003.

Moore, A. M., H.G. Arango, G.Broquet, C. Edwards, M. Veneziani, B. Powell, D. Foley, J.D. Doyle, D. Costa, and P. Robinson. 2011. TheRegional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 4-dimensional variational dataassimilation systems Part III -Observation impact and observation sensitivityin the California Current System. Progress inOceanography, 91:74-94. doi: 10.1016/j.pocean.2011.05.005.

Nowacek, Douglas P., Ari S. Friedlaender, Patrick N. Halpin, Elliott L.Hazen, David W. Johnston, Andrew J. Read, Boris Espinasse, Meng Zhou, and YiwuZhu. 2011. Super-aggregations of krill and humpback whales in Wilhelmina Bay,Antarctic Peninsula. PLoS ONE,6(4):e19173. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0019173.

Robel, Alexander A., M. Susan Lozier, Stefan F. Gary, George L.Shillinger, Helen Bailey, and Steven J. Bograd. 2011. Projecting uncertaintyonto marine megafauna trajectories. Deep-SeaResearch I, 58(9):915-921.

Santora, Jarrod A., William J. Sydeman, Isaac D. Schroeder, Brian K.Wells, and John C. Field. 2011. Mesoscale structure and oceanographic determinantsof krill hotspots in the California Current: Implications for trophic transferand conservation. Progress inOceanography, 91(4):397-409.

Shillinger, George L., Alan M. Swithenbank, Helen Bailey, Steven J.Bograd, Michael R. Castelton, Bryan P. Wallace, James R. Spotila, Frank V.Paladino, Rotney Piedra, and Barbara A. Block. 2011. Vertical and horizontalhabitat preferences of post-nesting leatherback turtles in the South PacificOcean. Marine Ecology Progress Series,422:275-289. doi:10.3354/meps08884.

Sydeman, William J., Sarah Ann Thompson, John C. Field, William T.Peterson, Ronald W. Tanasichuk, Howard J. Freeland, Steven J. Bograd, and RyanR. Rykaczewski. 2011. Does positioning of the North Pacific Current affectdownstream ecosystem productivity? GeophysicalResearch Letters, 38:L12606. doi: 10.1029/2011GL047212

Villareal, Tracy A., Lori Adornato, Cara Wilson, and Caimee A.Schoenbaechler. 2011. Summer blooms of diatom-diazotroph assemblages andsurface chlorophyll in the North Pacific gyre: a disconnect. Journal of Geophysical Research,116:C03001. doi:10.1029/2010JC006268.

Wilson, Cara. 2011. Chlorophyll anomalies along the critical latitude at30°N in the NE Pacific. GeophysicalResearch Letters, 38:L15603. doi:10.1029/2011GL048210.

Wilson, Cara. 2011. The rocky road from research to operations forsatellite ocean-colour data in fishery management. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 68(4):677-686. doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsq168.

Wingfield D.K., S.H. Peckham, D.G. Foley, D.M. Palacios, B.E.Lavaniegos, R. Durazo, W.J. Nichols, D. A. Croll, and S.J.Bograd. 2011. The Making of a Productivity Hotspotin the Coastal Ocean. PLoS ONE, 6(11):e27874. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0027874.t001.


Bailey, H., Clay, G., Coates, E.A., Lusseau, D., Senior, B.and Thompson, P.M. 2010. Using T-PODS to assess variations in the occurrence ofcoastal bottlenose dolphins and harbour porpoises. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 20:150-158.

Bailey, H., B.R.Mate, D.M. Palacios, L. Irvine, S.J. Bograd, and D.P Costa. 2010. Behaviouralestimation of blue whale movements in the Northeast Pacific from state-spacemodel analysis of satellite tracks. EndangeredSpecies Research, 10:93-106. doi:10.3354/esr00239.

Bailey, H., Senior, B., Simmons, D., Rusin, J., Picken, G.and Thompson, P.M. 2010. Assessing underwater noise levels during pile-drivingat an offshore windfarm and its potential effects on marine mammals. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60:888-897.

Becker, E.A.,K.A. Forney, M.C. Ferguson, D.G. Foley,R.C. Smith, J. Barlow, J.V. Redfern. 2010. Comparing California Currentcetacean-habitat models developed using insitu and remotely sensed sea surface temperature data. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 413:163-183. doi: 10.3354/meps08696.

Bjorkstedt, Eric P., Ralf Goericke, Sam McClatchie, Ed Weber, WilliamWatson, Nancy Lo, Bill Peterson, Bob Emmett, Jay Peterson, Reginaldo Durazo,Gilberto Gaxiola-Castro, Francisco Chavez, J.T. Pennington, C.A. Collins, JohnField, Steve Ralston, Keith Sakuma, Steve J. Bograd, Franklin B. Schwing, YanXue, William J. Sydeman, Sarah Ann Thompson, Jarrod A. Santora, John Largier,Chris Halle, Steven Morgan, Sung Yong Kim, Karlina P.B. Merkens, John A.Hildebrand, and Lisa M. Munger. 2010. State of the California Current 2009-2010:Regional variation persists through transition from La Nina to El Nino (andback?). CalCOFI Reports, 51:39-69.

Black, B., I.D. Schroeder, W.J.Sydeman, and S.J. Bograd, and P. Lawson. 2010. Wintertime ocean conditionssynchronize rockfish growth and seabird reproduction in the central CaliforniaCurrent Ecosystem. Canadian Journal ofFisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 67:1149-1158.

Bograd, S.J., B.A. Block, D.P.Costa, and B.J. Godley. 2010. Biologging technologies: new tools forconservation. Endangered Species Research,10:1-7.

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Howell, E.A., P.H. Dutton, J.J. Polovina, H. Bailey,D.M. Parker, and G.H. Balazs. 2010. Oceanographic influences on the divebehavior of juvenile loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) in the NorthPacific Ocean. Marine Biology, 157:1011-1026.

Kappes, M., S.A. Shaffer, Y.Tremblay, D.G. Foley, D.M. Palacios, P.W Robinson, S.J. Bograd, and D.P. Costa.2010. Hawaiian albatrosses track interannual variability of marine habitats inthe North Pacific. Progress inOceanography, 86(1-2):246-260. doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2010.04.012.

Koslow, J.A., M.Fogarty, K. Brander, and F. Schwing. InPress. Integration of Ocean Observations into an Ecosystem Approach toResource Management. CalCOFIReports.

Lonin, S.A., J.L. Hernández, andD.M. Palacios. 2010. Atmospheric events disrupting coastal upwelling in thewestern Caribbean. Journal of GeophysicalResearch, 115:C06030. doi:10.1029/2008JC005100.

Rudershausen, P.A., W.A.Mitchell, J.A. Buckel, E.H. Williams, and E.L. Hazen. 2010. Developing atwo-step fishery-independent design to estimate the relative abundance ofdeepwater reef fish: application to a marine protected area of the southeasternUnited States coast. Fisheries Research, 105:254-260.

Schwing, F.B., R. Mendelssohn,S.J. Bograd, J.E. Overland, M. Wang, and S.I. Ito. 2010. Climate change,teleconnection patterns, and regional processes forcing marine populations inthe Pacific. Journal of Marine Systems,79(3-4):245-257. doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2008.11.027.

Shillinger, G.L., A Swithenback,S.J. Bograd, H.R. Bailey, M. Castleton, B. Wallace, J.R. Spotila, F.V.Paladino, R. Piedra, and B.A. Block. 2010. Identification of high-useinternesting habitats for eastern Pacific leatherback turtles: role of theenvironment and implications for conservation. Endangered Species Research, 10:215-232.

Thompson, P.M., D. Lusseau, T. Barton, D. Simmons, J. Rusin,and H. Bailey. 2010. Assessing the responses of coastal cetaceans to theconstruction of offshore wind turbines. MarinePollution Bulletin, 60:1200-1208. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2010.03.030.

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Young, H.S., S.A. Shaffer, D.J. McCauley, D.G.Foley, R. Dirzo, and B.A. Block. 2010. Resource partitioning by species but notsex in sympatric boobies in the central Pacific Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 403:291-301. doi:10.3354/meps08478.


Abrantes, F., C.Lopes, T. Rodrigues, I. Gil, L. deWitt, J. Grimalt, and I. Harris. 2009. Proxycalibration to instrumental data set: Implications for paleoceanographicreconstructions. Geochemistry,Geophysics, Geosystems, 10(9):Q09U07. doi:10.1029/2009GC002604.

Bailey, H. and P.M. Thompson. 2009. Using marine mammalhabitat modelling to identify priority conservation zones within a marineprotected area. Marine Ecology ProgressSeries, 378:279-287.

Bograd, S.J., I.Schroeder, N. Sarkar, X. Qiu, W.J. Sydeman, and F.B. Schwing. 2009. Thephenology of coastal upwelling in the California Current. Geophysical Research Letters, 36:L01602.doi:10.1029/2008GL035933.

Breaker, L.C., T.S.Murty, J.G. Norton, and D. Carroll. 2009. Comparing sea level response atMonterey, California from the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and the 1964 greatAlaskan earthquake. Science of TsunamiHazards, 28:255 -271.

Cornillon, P., J.Adams, M. B. Blumenthal, E. Chassignet, E. Davis, S. Hankin, J. Kinter, R.Mendelssohn, J. T. Potemra, A. Srinivasan, and J. Sirott. 2009. NVODS and theDevelopment of OPeNDAP. Oceanography,22(2):116-127.

Di Lorenzo E., J.Fiechter, N. Schneider, A. Bracco, A.J. Miller, P.J.S. Franks, S.J. Bograd,A.M. Moore, A.C. Thomas, W.J. Crawford, A. Peña, and A. Hermann. 2009. Nutrientand salinity decadal variations in the central and eastern North Pacific. Geophysical Research Letters, 36:L14601. doi:10.1029/2009GL038261.

Friedlaender, A.S., E.L. Hazen, D.P. Nowacek, C.Ware, M. Weinrich, D. Wiley, and M. Johnson. 2009. Diel changes in humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) feeding behavior in response to preybehavior and distribution. Marine EcologyProgress Series, 395:91-100.

Hazen,E. L., A.S. Friedlaender, M. Thompson, C. Ware, M. Weinrich, P. Halpin, and D.Wiley. 2009. Fine scale prey aggregations and foraging ecology ofHumpback whales (Megaptera novaengliae). Marine Ecology Progress Series, 395:75-89.

McClatchie, S., R. Charter, W.Watson, N. Lo, K. Hill, J. Gomez-Valdes, B.E. Lavaniegos, G. Gaxiola-Castro,F.B. Schwing, S.J. Bograd, J. Gottschalck, M. L’Heureux, Y. Xue, W.T. Peterson,R. Emmett, C. Collins, J.A. Koslow, R. Goericke, M. Kahru, B.G. Mitchell, M.Manzano-Sarabia, E. Bjorkstedt, S. Ralston, J. Field, L. Rogers-Bennet, L.Munger, G. Campbell, K. Merkens, D. Camacho, A. Havron, A. Douglas, and J.Hilderbrand. 2009. The state of the California current, spring 2008-2009: Coldconditions drive regional differences in coastal production. CalCOFI Reports, 50:43-68.

Mendelssohn, R.2009. Comment on ‘A Spatio-Temporal Model for Mean, Anomaly, and Trend Fieldsof North Atlantic Sea Surface Temperature’ by Lemos and Sanso. Journal of the American StatisticalAssociation, 104(485):20-22. doi:10.1198/jasa.2009.0028.

Messie,M., J. Ledesma, D.D. Kolber, R.P. Michisaki, D.G. Foley, and F.P. Chavez. 2009. Potential new productionestimates in four eastern boundary upwelling systems. Progress in Oceanography, 83:151-158.

Pardo, M.A., A. Mejía-Fajardo, S. Beltrán-Pedreros, F.Trujillo, I. Kerr, and D.M. Palacios. 2009. Odontocete sightings collectedduring offshore cruises in the western and southwestern Caribbean Sea. Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals,7(1-2):57-62.

Pardo, M.A., C. Jiménez-Pinedo, and D.M. Palacios. 2009.The false killer whale (Pseudorcacrassidens) in the southwestern Caribbean: first stranding record inColombian waters. Latin American Journalof Aquatic Mammals, 7(1-2):63-67.

Pierson, J.J., B.W. Frost, D. Thoreson, A.W. Leising, J.R. Postel,M. Nuwer. 2009. Trappingmigrating zooplankton. Limnology and Oceanography:Methods, 7:334–346.

Schramm, Y., S.L.Mesnick, J. de la Rosa, D.M. Palacios, M.S. Lowry, D. Aurioles-Gamboa, H.M.Snell, and S. Escorza-Treviño. 2009. Phylogeography of California and Galápagossea lions and population structure within the California sea lion. Marine Biology, 156(7):1375-1387. doi:10.1007/s00227-009-1178-1.

Schroeder, I.D., W.J. Sydeman, N. Sarkar, S.A. Thompson,S.J. Bograd, and F.B. Schwing. 2009. Winter pre-conditioning of seabirdphenology in the California Current. MarineEcology Progress Series, 393:211-223.

Shaffer. S.A., H.Weimerskirch, D. Scott, D. Pinaud, D.R. Thompson, P.M. Sagar, H. Moller, G.A.Taylor, D.G. Foley, Y. Tremblay,and D.P. Costa. 2009. Spatio temporal Habitat Use by Breeding Sooty Shearwaters(Puffinus griseus). Marine Ecology Progress Series,391:209-220.

Swimmer, Y.,L. McNaughton, D. Foley,L. Moxey, and A. Nielsen. 2009. Movements of olive Ridley sea turtles (L. olivacea) and associatedoceanographic features as determined by improved light-based geolocation. Endangered Species Research, 10:245-254.

Sydeman, W.J. and S.J. Bograd. 2009. Marine ecosystems,climate and phenology: Introduction. MarineEcology Progress Series, 393:185-188.

Veneziani, M., C.A.Edwards, J.D. Doyle, and D. Foley.2009. A central California coastal ocean modeling study: 1. Forward model andthe influence of realistic versus climatological forcing. Journal of Geophysical Research:Oceans, 114:C4. doi:10.1029/2008JC004774.


Bailey, H., G.Shillinger, D. Palacios, S. Bograd, J. Spotila, F. Paladino, and B. Block.2008. Identifying and comparing phases of movement by leatherback turtles usingstate-space models. Journal ofExperimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 356:128-135. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2007.12.020.

Bograd, S.J., C.G.Castro, E. Di Lorenzo, D.M. Palacios, H. Bailey, W. Gilly, and F.P. Chavez.2008. Oxygen declines and the shoaling of the hypoxic boundary in theCalifornia Current. Geophysical ResearchLetters, 35:L12607. doi:10.1029/2008GL034185.

Di Lorenzo, E., N.Schneider, K.M. Cobb, P.J. Franks, K. Chhak, A.J. Miller, J.C. McWilliams, S.J.Bograd, H. Arango, E. Curchister, T.M. Powell, and P. Riviere. 2008. NorthPacific Gyre Oscillation links ocean climate and ecosystem change. Geophysical Research Letters, 35:L08607.doi:10.1029/2007GL032838.

Johnson,C.L., A.W. Leising, J.A. Runge, E.J. S. Head, P. Pepin, S. Plourde, and E. G.Durbin. 2008. Characteristics of Calanus finmarchicus dormancy patternsin the Northwest Atlantic. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 65:1-12. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsm171.

Mantyla, A.W., S.J.Bograd, and E.L. Venrick. 2008. Patterns and controls of chlorophyll-a and primary production cycles in theSouthern California Bight. Journal ofMarine Systems, 73:48-60.

McClatchie, S., R. Goericke, J.A.Koslow, F.B. Schwing, S.J. Bograd,. R. Charter, W. Watson, N. Lo, K. Hill, J.Gottschalck, M. L’Heureux, Y. Xue, W.T. Peterson, R. Emmett, C. Collins, G.Gaxiola-Castro, R. Durazo, M. Kahru, B.G. Mitchell, K.D. Hyrenbach, W.J.Sydeman, R.W. Bradley, P. Warzybok, and E. Bjorkstedt. 2008. The State of theCalifornia Current, Spring 2007–2008: La Niña Conditions and their Effects onthe Ecosystem. CalCOFI Reports, 49:39-76.

Powell B.S., H.G.Arango, A.M. Moore, E. Di Lorenzo, R.F. Milliff, and D. Foley. 2008. 4DVAR data assimilation in the Intra-Americas Seawith the Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS). Ocean Modelling, 25:173-188.

Reiss, C.S., D.M.Checkley, and S.J. Bograd. 2008. Remotely-sensed Spawning Habitat of Pacific Sardine(Sardinops sagax) and Northern Anchovy(Engraulis mordax) within theCalifornia Current. FisheriesOceanography, 17(2):126-136.

Seminoff, J.A., P.Zarate, M. Coyne, D.G. Foley, D.Parker, B.N. Lyon, and P. H. Dutton. 2008. Post-nesting migration of Galapagosgreen turtles (Chelonia mydas) inrelation to oceanographic conditions: integrating satellite telemetry withremotely sensed ocean data. EndangeredSpecies Research, 4:57-72

Shillinger, G.L.,D.M. Palacios, H.R. Bailey, S.J. Bograd, A. Swithenbank, P. Gaspar, B. Wallace,J.R. Spotila, F.V. Paladino, R. Piedra, S.A. Eckert, and B.A. Block. 2008.Persistent leatherback turtle migrations present opportunities forconservation. PLoS Biology, 6(7):e171. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0060171.

Watters,G.M. and C. Bessey. 2008. Variation in the Probability that MaleCoho Salmon Will Mature Early: Inferences from Hierarchical Models. Transactions of the American FisheriesSociety, 137:70–95. doi: 10.1577/T06-101.1

Wells, B.K., J.C. Field, J.A.Thayer, C.B. Grimes, S.J. Bograd, W.J. Sydeman, F.B. Schwing, and R. Hewitt.2008. Untangling the relationships between climate, prey, and top predators inan ocean ecosystem. Marine EcologyProgress Series, 364:15-29.

Weng, K.C., D. Foley, J.Ganong, C. Perle, G. Shillinger, and B. Block. 2008. Migration of a high trophic levelpredator between distant ecoregions. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 372:253–264.

Wilson, C. and X.Qiu. 2008. Global distribution of summer chlorophyll blooms in the oligotrophicgyres. Progress inOceanography, 78:107-134.doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2008.05.002.

Wilson, C., T.A.Villareal, N. Maximenko, S.J. Bograd, J.P. Montoya, and C.A. Schoenbaechler.2008. Biological and physical forcings of late summer chlorophyll blooms at30°N in the oligotrophic Pacific. Journalof Marine Systems, 69:164-176. doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2005.09.018.


Branch, T.A., K.M.Stafford, D.M. Palacios, C. Allison, J.L. Bannister, C.L.K. Burton, E. Cabrera,C.A. Carlson, B. Galletti-Vernazzani, P.C. Gill, R. Hucke-Gaete, K.C.S. Jenner,M-N.M. Jenner, K. Matsuoka, Y.A. Mikhalev, T. Miyashita, M.G. Morrice, S.Nishiwaki, V.J. Sturrock, D. Tomorosov, R.C. Anderson, A.N. Baker, P.B. Best,P. Borsa, R.L. Brownell, Jr., S. Childerhouse, K.P. Findlay, T. Gerrodette,A.D. Ilangakoon, M. Joergensen, B. Kahn, D.K. Ljungblad, B. Maughan, R.D.McCauley, S. Mckay, T.F. Norris, Oman Whale And Dolphin Research Group, S.Rankin, F. Samaran, D. Thiele, K. Van Waerebeek and R.M. Warneke. 2007. Pastand present distribution, densities and movements of blue whales Balaenoptera musculus in the SouthernHemisphere and northern Indian Ocean. MammalReview, 37:116-175. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2907.2007.00106.x.

Donohue, M.E. and D.G.Foley. 2007. Remotesensing reveals links among the endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal, marine debris,and El Niño. Marine Mammal Science, 23(2):468-473.

Goericke, R., E. Venrick, T. Koslow, W.J. Sydeman, F.B.Schwing, S.J. Bograd, W.T.Peterson, R. Emmett, J.R. Lara Lara, G. Gaxiola-Castro, J. Gomez Valdez, D.K.Hyrenbach, R.W. Bradley, M.J. Weise, J.T. Harvey, C. Collins, and N.C.H. Lo.2007. The state of the California Current, 2006–2007: Regional and localprocesses dominate. CalCOFI Reports, 48:33-66.

Herrick, S.F., J.G. Norton, J.E.Mason, and C. Bessey. 2007. Management application of an empirical model ofsardine-climate regime shifts. MarinePolicy, 31:71-80.

Houk, P., S.J. Bograd,and R. Van Woesik. 2007. The Transition Zone Chlorophyll Front can trigger Acanthaster planci outbreaks in thePacific Ocean: Historical confirmation. Journalof Oceanography, 63:149-154.

Peña, M.A. and S.J.Bograd. 2007. Time series of the Northeast Pacific. Progress in Oceanography, 75:115-119.

Peterson, W.T., R. Emmett, R.Goericke, E. Venrick, A.W. Mantyla, S.J. Bograd, F.B. Schwing, R. Hewitt, N.C.H. Lo, W.H. Watson, J. Barlow,M. Lowry, S. Ralston, K.A. Forney, B.E. Lavaniegos-Espejo, W.J. Sydeman, D.K.Hyrenbach, R.W. Bradley, F.P. Chavez, P. Warzybok, K. Hunter, S. Benson, M.Weise, J. Harvey, G. Gaxiola-Castro, and R. Durazo-Arvizu. 2007. The state ofthe California Current, 2005–2006: Warm in the south, cold in the north. CalCOFI Reports, 47:30-74.

Pichel, W.G., J.H. Churnside, T.S. Veenstraand D.G. Foley et al. 2007.Marine debris collects within the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone. MarinePollution Bulletin, 54:1207–1211.

Pierson, J.J., B.W. Frost,and A.W. Leising. 2007. The lost generation of Calanus pacificus: Isthe diatom effect responsible? Limnologyand Oceanography, 52:2089-2098.

Rasmussen, K., D.M.Palacios, J. Calambokidis, M. Saborio, L. Dalla-Rosa, E. Secchi, G. Steiger, J.Allen, and G. Stone. 2007. Southern Hemisphere humpback whales wintering offCentral America: Insights from water temperature into the longest mammalianmigration. Biology Letters,3(3):302-305. doi:10.1098/ rsbl.2007.0067.

Snover, M.L., L. Avens, and A.A. Hohn.2007. Back-calculating length from skeletal growth marks in loggerhead seaturtles Caretta caretta. Endangered Species Research,3(1):95-104.

Stegmann, P.M and F.B. Schwing.2007. Demographics of mesoscale eddies in the California Current. Geophysical Research Letters, 34:L14602.  doi:10.1029/2007GL029504.

Trites, A.W., A.J. Miller, H.D.G.Maschner, M.A. Alexander, S.J. Bograd, J.A. Calder, A. Capotondi, K.O. Coyle ,E. Di Lorenzo, B.P. Finney, E.J. Gregr, C.E. Grosch, S.R. Hare, G.L. Hunt, J. Jahncke,N. B. Kachel, H.-J. Kim, C. Ladd, N.J. Mantua, C. Marzban, W. Maslowski, R.Mendelssohn, D.J. Neilson, S.R. Okkonen, J.E. Overland, K.L. Reedy-Maschner,T.C. Royer, F.B. Schwing, J.X.L. Wang, and A.J. Winship. 2007. Bottom-upforcing and the decline of Steller sea lions in Alaska: assessing the oceanclimate hypothesis. FisheriesOceanography, 16(1):46-67.


Bailey, H. and P.Thompson. 2006. Quantitative analysis of dolphin movement patterns and theirrelationship with foraging. Journal of Animal Ecology, 75:456-465.

Palacios, D.M., S.J. Bograd, D.G.Foley, and F.B. Schwing. 2006. Oceanographic characteristics of biological hotspots in the North Pacific: a remote sensing perspective. Deep-Sea Research II, 53(3-4):250-269. doi: 10.1016/j.dsr2.2006.03.004..

Pardo, M.A. and D.M. Palacios. 2006.Cetacean occurrence in the Santa Marta region, Colombian Caribbean, 2004-2005. Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals,5(2):129-134.

Peterson, W.J., R.Emmett, R. Goericke, E.L. Venrick, A. Mantyla, S.J. Bograd, F.B. Schwing, R.Hewitt, N. Lo, W. Watson, J. Barlow, M. Lowry, C. Reiss, S. Ralston, K.A.Forney, S. Benson, B.E. Lavaniegos, W.J. Sydeman, K.D. Hyrenbach, R.W. Bradley,P. Warzybok, F. Chavez, K. Hunter, M. Weise, and J. Harvey. 2006. The state ofthe California Current, 2005-2006: Warm in the north, cool in the south, California Cooperative Oceanic FisheriesInvestigations (CalCOFI) Reports, 47:30-74.

Pickett, M.H. and F.B. Schwing.2006. Evaluating upwelling estimates off the west coasts of North and SouthAmerica. Fisheries Oceanography, 15(3):256–269.

Shaffer, S.A.,Y. Tremblay, H.Weimerskirch, D. Scott, D.R. Thompson, P.M. Sagar, H. Moller,G.A. Taylor, D.G. Foley, B.A. Block, and D.P. Costa. 2006. Endless summer:migratory shearwaters integrate oceanic resources across the Pacific Ocean. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences,103(34):12799-12803.

Schwing, F.B., N.A. Bond, S.J.Bograd, T. Mitchell, M.A. Alexander, and N. Mantua. 2006. Delayedcoastal upwelling along the U.S. west coast in 2005: a historical perspective. Geophysical Research Letters, 33:L22S01. doi:10.1029/2006GL026911.

Snover,M.L., G.M. Watters, and M. Mangel. 2006. Top-down and bottom-up control oflife-history strategies in coho salmon (Oncorhynchuskisutch). American Naturalist,167(5):E140-E157.

Stegmann,P.M., D.G. Foley, C. King, F.B. Schwing, H. Price, S.J. Bograd, and D.M.Palacios. 2006. Integrating enhanced satellite maps into coastal managementefforts, Eos, Transactions of theAmerican Geophysical Union, 87(14):137-148. doi:10.1029/2006EO140001.

Yen, P.P.W., W.J.Sydeman, S.J. Bograd, and K.D. Hyrenbach. 2006. Spring-time distributions ofmigratory marine birds in the southern California Current: Oceanic eddyassociations and coastal habitat hotspots over 17 years. Deep-Sea Research II, 53(3-4):399-418. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2006.01.013.


Bograd, S. J. and A. W. Mantyla. 2005. Onthe subduction of upwelled waters in the California Current. Journal of Marine Research,63(5):863-885.

Bograd, S.J., R. Mendelssohn, F.B.Schwing, and A.J. Miller. 2005. Spatial heterogenity of sea surface temperaturetrends in the Gulf of Alaska. Atmosphere-Ocean,43(3):241-247.

Goericke, R., E. Venrick, A.Mantyla, S.J. Bograd, F.B. Schwing, A. Huyer, R.L. Smith, P.A. Wheeler, R. Hooff, W.T. Peterson, F. Chavez, C. Collins,B. Marinovic, N. Lo, G. Gaxiola-Castro, R. Durazo, K.D. Hyrenbach, and W.J.Sydeman. 2005. The state of the California Current, 2004–05: Still cool? CaliforniaCooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations (CalCOFI) Reports, 46:32-71.

Gu, X.J.M. Jiang, F. Schwing, and R. Mendelssohn. 2005. Abruptchanges in an 8000-year precipitation reconstruction for Nevada, the WesternUSA. Journal of Geographical Sciences,15:259-272.

Halsband-Lenk,J.J. Pierson, and A.W. Leising. 2005. Reproduction of Pseudocalanus newmani(Copepoda: Calanoida) is deleteriouslyaffected by diatom blooms - A field study. Progressin Oceanography, 67(3-4):332-348.

Hinke, J. T., D. G. Foley, C. Wilson, and G. M.Watters. 2005. Persistent habitat use by Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha in the coastal ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 304:207-220.

Hinke, J. T., G. M. Watters, G. W.Boehlert, and P. Zedonis. 2005. Ocean habitat use in autumn by Chinook salmonin coastal waters of Oregon and California. MarineEcology Progress Series, 285:181-192.

Jacobson, L.D., S.J. Bograd, R.H.Parrish, R. Mendelssohn, and F.B. Schwing. 2005. Biomass and environmentaleffects on surplus production in California sardine (Sardinops sagax). CanadianJournal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 62:1782-1796.

Leising, A. W., J. J. Pierson, S. Cary, and B. W. Frost.2005. Copepod foraging and predation risk within the surface layer duringnight-time feeding forays. Journal ofPlankton Research, 27(10):987-1001. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbi084.

Leising, A. W., J. J. Pierson, C. Halsband-Lenk, R. A.Horner, and J. R. Postel. 2005. Copepod grazing during spring blooms: Does Calanus pacificus avoid harmfuldiatoms? Progress in Oceanography,67(3-4):384-405.doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2005.09.008.

Leising, A. W., J. J. Pierson, C. Halsband-Lenk, R. A.Horner, and J. R. Postel. 2005. Copepod grazing during spring blooms: Can Pseudocalanus newmani induce trophiccascades? Progress in Oceanography,67(3-4): 406-421. doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2005.09.009.

Leising, A. W., R. A. Horner, J. J. Pierson, C.Halsband-Lenk, and J. R. Postel. 2005. The balance between microzooplanktongrazing and phytoplankton growth in a highly productive estuarine fjord. Progress in Oceanography, 67(3-4):366-383. doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2005.09.007.

Mendelssohn, R., S.J. Bograd, F.B.Schwing, and D.M. Palacios. 2005. Teaching old indices new tricks: astate-space analysis of El Niño related climate indices. Geophysical Research Letters, 32:L07709. doi: 10.1029/2005GL022350.

Mendelssohn, R.,F.B. Schwing, S.J. Bograd, and J. Jiang. 2005. Global AtmosphericTeleconnections: A Link Between North Pacific and North Atlantic Climate RegimeShifts. Climate Dynamics.

Miller, A.J., E. Di Lorenzo, D.J.Neilson, H.J. Kim. A. Capotondi, M. Alexander, S.J. Bograd, F.B. Schwing, R.Mendelssohn, K. Hedstrom, and D.L. Musgrave. 2005. Interdecadal changes inmesoscale eddy variance in the Gulf of Alaska circulation: Implications for theSteller sea lion decline. Atmosphere-Ocean,43(3):231–240.

Munch, S. B., M. L. Snover, G. M. Watters, and M.Mangel. 2005. A unified treatment of top-down and bottom-up control ofreproduction in populations. EcologyLetters, 8(7):691-695. doi:10.1111/j.1461-0248.2005.00766.x.

Norton, J.G. and J.E.Mason. 2005. Relationship of California sardine (Sardinops sagax) abundance to ecological changes in the CaliforniaCurrent System. California CooperativeOceanic Fisheries Investigations (CalCOFI) Reports, 46:83-92.

Palacios, D.M. and S.J. Bograd. 2005. Acensus of Tehuantepec and Papagayo eddies in the northeastern tropical Pacific.Geophysical Research Letters, 32:L23606.doi:10.1029/2005GL024324.

Pierson, J.J., C.Halsband-Lenk, and A,W. Leising. 2005. Reproductive success of Calanuspacificus during diatom blooms in Dabob Bay, Washington. Progress in Oceanography, 67(3-4):314-331.

Pierson, J. J., A. W. Leising, C.Halsband-Lenk, and N. Firm. 2005. Vertical distribution and abundance of Calanus pacificus and Pseudocalanus newmani in relation tochlorophyll a concentrations in DabobBay, Washington. Progress in Oceanography,67:349-365.

Schwing, F.B. andM.H. Pickett. 2005. A comment on "Anomalous cold water detected alongmid-Atlantic coast". EOSTransactions, American Geophysical Union, 85(51):554.

Snover, M.L., Watters, G.M., andMangel, M.  2005.  Interacting effects of behavior andoceanography on growth in salmonids with examples for coho salmon (Oncorhynchuskisutch). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences,62:1219-1230.

Wilson, C. and V.J. Coles. 2005. Global climatologicalrelationships between satellite biological and physical observations and upperocean properties. Journal of GeophysicalResearch, 110:C10001. doi: 10.1029/2004JC002724. 


Bailey H. and D. Lusseau. 2004. Increasing the precision of theodolite tracking: modifiedtechnique to calculate the altitude of land-based observation sites. Marine Mammal Science, 20:880-885.

Bessey, C., R.H.Devlin, N.R. Liley, and C.A. Biagi. 2004. Reproductive performance ofgrowth-enhanced transgenic coho salmon (Oncorhynchuskisutch). Transactions of theAmerican Fisheries Society, 133:1194-1209.

Bograd, S.J., D.G. Foley, F.B.Schwing, C. Wilson, R.M. Laurs, J.J. Polovina, E.A. Howell, and R.E. Brainard.2004. On the seasonal and interannual migrations of the transition zone chlorophyllfront. Geophysical Research Letters,31(17):L17204. doi:10.1029/2004GL020637.

Coles, V.J., C.Wilson, and R. R. Hood. 2004. Remote sensing of new production fueled bynitrogen fixation. Geophysical ResearchLetters, 31(6):L06301. doi: 10.1029/2003GL019018.

Goericke, R., S.Bograd, G. Gaxiola-Castro, J. Gomez-Valdes, R. Hooff, A. Huyer, K. D.Hyrenbach, B. Lavaniegos, A. Mantyla, W. T. Peterson, F. B. Schwing, R. L.Smith, W. J. Sydeman, E. Venrick, and P. A. Wheeler. 2004. The state of theCalifornia Current, 2003-2004: A rare “normal” year. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations (CalCOFI)Reports, 45:27-59.

Hewitt, R.P., G.M.Watters, P.N. Trathan, J.P. Croxall, M.E. Goebel, D. Ramm, K. Reid, W.Z.Trivelpiece, and J.L. Watkins. 2004. Options for allocating the precautionarycatch limit of krill among small-scale management units in the Scotia Sea. CCAMLR Science, 11:81-97.

Hinke,J.T., I.C. Kaplan, K. Aydin, G.M. Watters, R.J. Olson, and J.F. Kitchell. 2004.Visualizing the food-web effects of fishing for tunas in the Pacific Ocean. Ecology and Society, 9(1):10.

Mason,J.E.. 2004. Historical patterns from 74 years of commercial landings fromCalifornia waters. California CooperativeOceanic Fisheries Investigations (CalCOFI) Reports, 45:180-189.

Mendelssohn, R., F.B. Schwing, andS. J. Bograd. 2004. Nonstationary seasonality of upper ocean temperature in theCalifornia Current. Journal ofGeophysical Research-Oceans, 109(C10):C10015. doi:10.1029/ 2004JC002330.

Norton,J.G. and J.E. Mason. 2004. Locally and Remotely Forced Environmental Influenceson California Commercial Fish and Invertebrate Landings. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations (CalCOFI)Reports, 45:136-145.

Palacios, D.M..2004. Seasonal patterns of sea-surface temperature and ocean color around theGalápagos: regional and local influences. Deep-SeaResearch II, 51(1-3):43–57. doi: 10.1016/j.dsr2.2003.08.001.

Palacios, D.M, S.J. Bograd, R.Mendelssohn, and F.B. Schwing. 2004. Long-term and seasonal trends instratification in the California Current, 1950-1993. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 109(C10):C10016. doi:10.1029/2004JC002380.

Palacios, D.M.,S.K. Salazar, and D. Day. 2004. Cetacean remains and strandings in theGalápagos Islands, 1923-2003. LatinAmerican Journal of Aquatic Mammals, 3(2):127-150.

Snover, M.L. andA.A. Hohn. 2004. Validation and interpretation of annual skeletal marks inloggerhead (Caretta caretta) andKemp's ridley (Lepidochelys kempi)sea turtles. Fishery Bulletin.

Snover,M.L., L. Avens, and A.A. Hohn.  2004.Estimating growth rates of loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) from skeletal growth marks. Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Stegmann, P.M.. 2004. Characterization of Aerosols over the North Atlantic Ocean from SeaWiFS. Deep-Sea Research II, 51:913-925.

Stegmann, P.M.. 2004. Remote monitoring of aerosols with ocean colour sensors: then and now. International Journal of Remote Sensing,25:1409-1413.

Stegmann, P.M. and D.S. Ullman. 2004. Variability in chlorophyll and sea surface temperaturefronts in the Long Island Sound outflow region from satellite observations. Journal of Geophysical Research, 109:C07S03.doi: 10.1029/2003JC001984.


Bidigare,R.R., C. Benitez-Nelson, C. L. Leonard, P. Quay, M.L. Parsons, D.G. Foley, andM.P. Seki. 2003. Influence of a cyclonic eddy on microheterotroph biomass andcarbon export in the lee of Hawaii. Geophysical Research Letters,30(6):1318.

Bograd, S.J. andR.J. Lynn. 2003. Anomalous subarctic influence in the southern CaliforniaCurrent during 2002. Geophysical ResearchLetters, 30(15):8020. doi:10.1029/ 2003 GL017446.

Bograd, S.J. andR.J. Lynn. 2003. Long-term variability in the southern California CurrentSystem. Deep-Sea Research II,50(14-16):2355-2370.

Bograd, S.J., D.A.Checkley, and W.S. Wooster. 2003. CalCOFI: A half  century of physical, chemical and biologicalresearch in the California Current System. Deep-SeaResearch II, 50(14-16):2349-2354.

Braun-McNeill, J.,S.P. Epperly, L. Avens, and M.L. Snover. 2003. Loggerhead (Caretta caretta) sea turtle growth rates from North Carolina,U.S.A.  Biological Conservation.

Gentleman, W., A.Leising, B. Frost, S. Strom, and J. Murray. 2003. Functional responses forzooplankton feeding on multiple resources: a review of assumptions andbiological dynamics. Deep Sea Research II,50(22-26):2847-2875.

Leising, A.W., W.C.Gentleman, B.W. Frost. 2003. The threshold feeding response of microzooplanktonwithin Pacific high-nitrate low-chlorophyll ecosystem models under steady andvariable iron input. Deep-Sea Research II,50(22-26):2877-2894.

Lynn, R.J., S.J.Bograd, T.K. Chereskin, and A. Huyer. 2003. Seasonal renewal of the CaliforniaCurrent: The spring transition off California. Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(C8):3279. doi:10.1029/2003JC001787.

Maunder, M.N. andWatters, G.M.  2003. A general frameworkfor integrating environmental time series into stock assessment models: modeldescription, simulation testing, and example. Fishery Bulletin, U.S., 101:89-99.

Maunder, M.N. andG.M. Watters. 2003. A-SCALA: an age-structured statistical catch-at-lengthanalysis for assessing tuna stocks in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Inter-American Tropical Tuna CommissionBulletin, 22(5): 433-582.

McGowan, J.A., S.J.Bograd, R.J. Lynn, and A.J. Miller. 2003. The biological response to the 1977regime shift in the California Current. Deep-SeaResearch II, 50(14-16):2567-2582.

Mendelssohn, R., F.B. Schwing, andS.J. Bograd. 2003. Spatial structure of subsurface temperature variability in theCalifornia Current, 1950–1993. Journal ofGeophysical Research, 108(C3):3093. doi:10.1029/ 2002JC001568.

Murphree, T., S.J. Bograd, F.B.Schwing, and B. Ford. 2003. Large scale atmosphere-ocean anomalies in thenortheast Pacific during 2002. GeophysicalResearch Letters, 30(15):8026.doi:10.1029/2003GL017303.

Murphree, T., P. Green-Jessen, F.Schwing, and S.J. Bograd. 2003. The seasonal cycle of wind stress curl and itsrelationship to subsurface ocean temperature in the northeast Pacific. Geophysical Research Letters, 30(9). doi:10.1029/2002GL016366.

Norton, J.G. andJ.E. Mason. 2003. Environmental influences of species composition of thecommercial harvest of finfish and invertebrates off California. California Cooperative Oceanic FisheriesInvestigations (CalCOFI) Reports, 44:123-133.

Olson, R.J. andWatters, G.M.  2003. A model of thepelagic ecosystem in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean.  Inter-AmericanTropical Tuna Commission Bulletin, 22(3):133-217.

Peterson, W.T. and F.B. Schwing.2003. A new climate regime in northeast Pacific ecosystems. Geophysical Research Letters, 30(17):1896.doi:10.1029/2003GL017528.

Peterson, W.T. andF.B. Schwing. 2003. Recent Changes in Climate and Carrying Capacity in theCalifornia Current: A Positive Sign for Recovery of Salmon.

Pickett, M. H. andJ.D. Paduan. 2003. Ekman transport and pumping in the California Current basedon the US Navy’s high-resolution atmospheric model (COAMPS). Journal Geophysical Research, 108(C10):3327. doi:10.1029/2003JC001902.

Pickett, M.H., W.Tang, L.K. Rosenfeld, and C.H. Wash. 2003. QuikSCAT satellite comparisons withnear-shore buoy wind data off the US west coast. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 20:1869-1879.

Schwing, F.B., J. Jiang, and R. Mendelssohn. 2003. Coherencyof regime shifts between the NAO, NPI, and PDO. Geophysical Research Letters, 30(7):1406. doi:10.1029/2002GL016535.

Venrick, E., S.J. Bograd, D.Checkley, R. Durazo, G. Gaxiola-Castro, J. Hunter, A. Huyer, K.D. Hyrenbach,B.E. Lavaniegos, A. Mantyla, F.B. Schwing, W.J. Sydeman, and P.A. Wheeler.2003. The state of the California Current, 2002-2003: tropical and subtropicalinfluences vie for dominance. CalCOFIReports, 44:28-60.

Watters, G.M.,Olson, R.J., Francis, R.C., Fiedler, P.C., Polovina, J.J., Reilly, S.B., Aydin,K.Y., Boggs, C.H., Essington, T.E., Walters, C.J., and Kitchell, J.F. 2003.Physical forcing and the dynamics of the pelagic ecosystem in the easterntropical Pacific: simulations with ENSO-scale and global-warming climatedrivers. Canadian Journal of Fisheriesand Aquatic Sciences, 60:1161-1175.

Wilson, C.. 2003. LateSummer Chlorophyll Blooms in the Oligotrophic North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. Geophysical Research Letters,30(18):1942. doi:10.1029/2003GL017770. 


Batchelder, H.P., J.A. Barth, P.M.Kosro, P.T. Strub, R.D. Brodeur, W.T. Peterson, C.T. Tynan, M.D. Ohman, L.W.Botsford, T.M. Powell, F.B. Schwing, D.G. Ainley, D.L. Mackas, B.M. Hickey, andS.R. Ramp. 2002. The GLOBEC Northeast Pacific California Current SystemProgram. Oceanography, 15(2):36-47.

Bograd, S.J., F.B. Schwing, C.G.Castro, and D.A. Timothy. 2002. Bottom water renewal in the Santa BarbaraBasin.  Journal of Geophysical Research, 107(C12):3216.doi:10.1029/2001JC001291.

Bograd, S., F. Schwing, R.Mendelssohn, and P. Green-Jessen. 2002. On the changing seasonality over thenorth Pacific. Geophysical ResearchLetters, 29(9):471-474. doi:10.1029/2001GL013790.

Brill, R., M. Lutcavage, G. Metzger, P. Bushnell, M. Arendt, J. Lucy, C.Watson, and D. Foleyl. 2002. Horizontal and vertical movements of juvenilebluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus), inrelation to oceanographic conditions of the western north Atlantic, determinedwith ultrasonic telemetry. FisheryBulletin (U.S.), 100:155-167.

Castro, C.G., T.R. Baumgartner,S.J. Bograd, R. Castro, F.P. Chavez, C.A. Collins, R. Durazo, J. Garcia, G.Gaxiola-Castro, T. Hayward, A. Huyer, R.J. Lynn, A.S. Mascarenhas, M.R.D.Robert, R.L. Smith, P.A. Wheeler, and F.A. Whitney. 2002. An Introduction tothe 1997-98 Atlas of Oceanographic Conditions Along the West Coast of NorthAmerica (23-50N). Progress inOceanography, 54(1-4):503-511.

Durazo, R., T.R. Baumgartner, S.J.Bograd, C.A. Collins, S. de la Campa, J. Garcia, G. Gaxiola-Castro, A. Huyer,K.D. Hyrenbach, D. Loya, R.J. Lynn, F.B. Schwing, R.L. Smith, W.J. Sydeman, andP. Wheeler. 2002. The State of the California Current, 2000-2001: a thirdstraight La Niña year. CalCOFI Reports,42:29-60.

Jiang, J.M., R. Mendelssohn, F.Schwing, and K. Fraedrich. 2002. Coherency detection of multiscale abruptchanges in historic Nile flood levels. GeophysicalResearch Letters, 29(8). doi:10.1029/2002GL014826.

Koslow, J.A., A. Hobday and G. W.Boehlert. 2002. Climate variability and marine survival of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) off the coast ofCalifornia, Oregon and Washington. FisheriesOceanography, 11(2):65-77.

Leising, A.W. 2002. Copepodforaging in thin layers using SEARCH (Simulator for Exploring Area-restrictedSearch in Complex Habitats). MarineModels OnLine, 2(1-4):1-18.

Leising, A.W. and P.J.S. Franks.2002.  Does Acartia clausi use an area-restricted search foraging strategy tofind food. Hydrobiologia, 480(1-3):193-207.

Lynn, R.J. and S.J. Bograd. 2002.Dynamic Evolution of the 1997-99 El Nino-La Nina Cycle in the Southern CaliforniaCurrent System. Progress in Oceanography,54(1-4):59-75.

Mendelssohn, R. and F.B. Schwing.2002. Common and uncommon trends in SST and wind stress in the California andPeru-Chile Current Systems. Progress inOceanography, 53:141-162.

Rabinovich, A.B., R.E. Thomson,and S.J. Bograd. 2002. Drifter Observations of Anticyclonic Eddies Seaward ofBussol' Stait, Kuril Islands. Journal ofOceanography, 58:661-671.

Schwing, F.B., T. Murphree, andP.M. Green. 2002. The Northern Oscillation Index (NOI): a new climate index forthe northeast Pacific. Progress inOceanography, 53:115-139.

Schwing, F.B., T. Murphree, L.deWitt, and P.M. Green. 2002. The Evolution of Oceanic and AtmosphericAnomalies in the Northeast Pacific During the El Nino and La Nina Events of1995-2001. Progress in Oceanography, 54:459-491.

Schwing, F.B., S.J.Bograd, C.A. Collins, G. Gaxiola-Castro, J. Garcia, R. Goericke, J.Gomez-Valdez, A. Huyer, K.D. Hyrenbach, P.M. Kosro, B.E. Lavaniegos, R.J. Lynn,A.W. Mantyla, M.D. Ohman, W.T. Peterson, R.L. Smith, W.J. Sydeman, E. Venrick,and P.A. Wheeler. 2002. The State of the California Current, 2001-2002: Willthe CCS Keep its Cool, or is El Nino Looming? CalCOFI Reports, 43:31-68.

Wilson, C. and D.Adamec. 2002. A global view of bio-physical coupling from SeaWiFS and TOPEXsatellite data, 1997-2001. GeophysicalResearch Letters, 29(8):1257-1260. doi:10.1029/2001GL014063.

Xu, J.P., M. Noble, S.L. Eittreim, L.K.Rosenfeld, F.B. Schwing, and C.H. Pilskaln. 2002. Distribution and Transport ofSuspended Particulate Matter in Monterey Canyon, California. Marine Geology, 181:215-234.


Boehlert, G.W.,D. P. Costa, D. E. Crocker, P. Green, T. O'Brien, S. Levitus, and B. J. LeBoeuf. 2001. Autonomous pinniped environmental samplers; Using instrumentedanimals as oceanographic data collectors. Journalof Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 18(11):1882-1893.

Bograd, S.J. andR.J. Lynn. 2001. Physical-biological coupling in the California Current duringthe 1997-99 El Niño-La Niña cycle. GeophysicalResearch Letters, 28:275-278.

Bograd, S.J., T.K.Chereskin, and D. Roemmich. 2001. Transport of mass, heat, salt and nutrientsin the southern California Current System: Annual cycle and interannualvariability. Journal of GeophysicalResearch, 106:9255-9275.

Friedland, K.D.,R.V. Walker, N.D. Davis, K.W. Myers, G.W. Boehlert, S.Urawa, and Y.Ueno. 2001.Open-ocean orientation and return migration routes of chum salmon based ontemperature data from storage tags. MarineEcology Progress Series, 216:235-252.

Hobday, A. J. andG.W. Boehlert. 2001. The Role of Nearshore Ocean Variation in Spatial andTemporal Patterns in Survival and Size of Coho Salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 58(10):2021-2036.

Jiang, J., K.Fraedrich, et al. 2001. A scanning t-test of multi-scale abrupt changes and itscoherence analysis. Acta GeophysicaSinica, 44(1):31-39.

Koslow, J.A., A.Hobday, and G.W. Boehlert. 2001. Climate variability and marine survival ofcoho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch)off the coast of California, Oregon and Washington. Fisheries Oceanography, 11:65-77.

Seki, M. P., J.J. Polovina, R.E. Brainard, R.B. Bidigare, C.L. Leonard,and D.G. Foley. 2001. Biological enhancement at cyclonic eddies tracked withGOES thermal imagery in Hawaiian waters. GeophysicalResearch Letters, 28(8):1583-1586.

Wilson, C. and D.Adamec. 2001. Correlations between Surface Chlorophyll and Sea-Surface Heightin the Tropical Pacific during the 1997/1998 ENSO Event. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106(31):175-188. 


Bograd, S.J., P.M. DiGiacomo, R. Durazo, T.L. Hayward,K.D. Hyrenbach, R.J. Lynn, A.W. Mantyla, F.B. Schwing, W.J. Sydeman, T.Baumgartner, B. Lavaniegos, and C.S. Moore. 2000. The State of the CaliforniaCurrent, 1999-2000: Forward to a New Regime? CalCOFI Reports, 41:26-52.

Boyer, D., J. Cole, and C. Bartholomae.2000. Southwestern Africa: Northern Benguela region. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 41:123-140.

Brodeur, R.D., G.W. Boehlert, E.Casillas, M.B. Eldridge, J.H. Helle, W.T. Peterson, W.R. Heard, S. Lindley, andM.H. Schiewe. 2000. A coordinated research plan for estuarine and oceanresearch on Pacific salmon. Fisheries,25(6):7-16.

Cole, J.. 2000. Coastal sea surfacetemperature and coho salmon production off the northwest United States. Fisheries Oceanography, 9:1-16.

Koslow, J. A., G. W. Boehlert, J.D.M.Gordon, R. L. Haedrich, P. Lorance and N. Parin.  2000. Continental Slope and Deep-SeaFisheries: Implications for a Fragile Ecosystem. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 57(3):548-557.

Parrish, R.H., F.B. Schwing, and R. Mendelssohn. 2000.Mid-latitude wind stress: the energy source for climatic regimes in the NorthPacific Ocean. Fisheries Oceanography,9:224-238.

Schwing, F., C. S. Moore, S. Ralston,and K. S. Sakuma. 2000. Record Coastal Upwelling in the California Current in1999. CalCOFI Reports, 41:148-160.

Steger, J.M., F.B. Schwing, C.A. Collins, L.K.Rosenfeld, N. Garfield and E. Gezgin. 2000. The circulation and water masses inthe Gulf of the Farallones. Deep SeaResearch II, 47:907-946.

Walker, R.V., K. W. Myers, N. D. Davis,K. Y. Aydin, K. D. Friedland, H. R. Carlson, G. W. Boehlert, S. Urawa, Y. Ueno,and G. Anma. 2000. Diurnal variation in thermal environment experienced bysalmonids in the North Pacific as indicated by data storage tags. Fisheries Oceanography, 9:171-186.

Yang, Z, S. Yang,, X. Gu, X. You, and J.Jiang. 2000. Climatic background analysis of flow-break episode of lowerreaches of yellow river in recent years. ActaMeteorologica Sinica, 58(6):751-758.

Yoklavich, M., H.G. Greene, G. Cailliet,D. Sullivan, R. Lea, and M. Love. 2000. Habitat Associations of deep-waterrockfishes in a submarine canyon: An example of a natural refuge. Fishery Bulletin, U.S., 98:625-641.


ERD Primary Literature continued (1971-2000)


ERD Book Chapters, NOAA Technical Memoranda, and Proceedings (1971-2010)


ERD Grey Literature, Data and Annual Reports, etc (1971-2000)



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