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Marine fisheries contributions

The contributions are articles written by or co-written by Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) staff and published in scholarly journals.

All DMF past and present contributing staff are in bold.

Contributions list

  1. Armstrong, M.P. and S.X. Cadrin. 2001. Morphometric variation among spawning groups of the Gulf of Maine-Georges Bank herring complex. Expectations for a New Millennium, Alaska Sea Grant Program, AK-SG-01-04. pp. 575-590. Article 
  2. Stockwell, J.S., P.J. Diodati, and M. P. Armstrong. 2002. A bioenergetic evaluation of the chronic-stress hypothesis: can catch-and-release fishing constrain striped bass growth? American Fisheries Society Symposium 30: 144-147. Article 
  3. Chase, B. C. 2002. Atlantic bluefin tuna, Thunnus thynnus, diet differences at seasonal feeding grounds on the New England continental shelf. Fisheries Bulletin 100(2): 168-180. Article
  4. Skomal, G. B., B. C. Chase, and E. D. Prince. 2002. A comparison of circle hook and straight hook performance in recreational fisheries for juvenile Atlantic bluefin tuna. American Fisheries Society Symposium 30: 57-65. Article
  5. Skomal, G. B., and B. C. Chase. 2002. The physiological effects of angling on post-release survivorship in tunas, sharks, and marlin. American Fisheries Society Symposium 30: 135-138. Article
  6. Michael Pol and H. Arnold Carr. 2000. Overview of Gear Developments and Trends in the New England Commercial Fishing Industry. Northeastern Naturalist 7(4): 329-336. Article
  7. Nelson, G.A., Chase, B.C., and J. Stockwell. 2003. Food habits of striped bass (Morone saxatilis) in coastal waters of Massachusetts. Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 32: 1-25. Article 
  8. Skomal, G.B., and L.J. Natanson. 2003. Age and Growth of the blue shark, Prionace glauca, in the North Atlantic Ocean. Fisheries Bulletin 101:627-639. Article
  9. Estrada, J.A., A.N. Rice, M. Lutcavage, G.B. Skomal. 2003. Predicting trophic position in sharks of the Northwestern Atlantic Ocean using stable isotope analysis. Journal of Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 83: 1347-1350. Article
  10. Skomal, G.B. and G.W. Benz. 2004. Ultrasonic tracking of Greenland sharks, Somniosus microcephalus, under Arctic ice. Marine Biology 145: 489-498. DOI: 10.1007/s00227-004-1332-8.
  11. Skomal, G.B., Wood, G., & N. Caloyianis. 2004. Archival tagging of a basking shark, Cetorhinus maximus, in the western North Atlantic shark. Journal of Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 84: 795-799. Article
  12. Skomal, G., E. A. Babcock, and E. K. Pikitch. 2005. Indices of blue and mako shark abundance derived from U.S. Atlantic recreational fishery data. Col. Vol. Sci. Pap. ICCAT, 58(3): 1034-1043. Article
  13. Skomal, G. B. 2007. Shark nursery areas in the coastal waters of Massachusetts. American Fisheries Society Symposium 50: 17-33. Article
  14. Estrada, J. A., A. N. Rice, L. J. Natanson, and G. B. Skomal. 2006. Use of isotopic analysis of vertebrae in reconstructing ontogenetic feeding ecology in white sharks. Ecology 87(4): 829-834. Article 
  15. Skomal, G. B. 2007. Evaluating the physiological and physical consequences of capture on post-release survivorship in large pelagic fishes. Fisheries Management and Ecology 14: 81-89. Article 
  16. Nelson, G. A., B. C. Chaseand J. D. Stockwell. 2006. Population consumption of fish and invertebrate prey by striped bass (Morone saxatilis) from coastal waters of Northern Massachusetts, USA. Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 36: 111-126. DOI: 10.2960/J.v36.m576 
  17. Glenn, R. P. and T. L. Pugh. 2006. Epizootic shell disease in American lobster (Homarus americanus) in Massachusetts coastal waters: Interactions of temperature, maturity, and intermolt duration. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 26(4): 639-645. Article 
  18. Reid, D. G., J. Annala, S. Rosen, M. PolS. X. Cadrin and S. J. Walsh. 2007. Current status of mobile and static sampling gears used in resource surveys. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 64(8): 1607-1609. DOI:10.1093/icesjms/fsm141 
  19. Skomal, G., P. S. Lobel, and G. Marshall. 2007. The use of animal-borne imaging to assess post-release behavior as it relates to capture stress in grey reef sharks, Carcharhinus amblyrhynchosMarine Technology Society Journal 41(4): 44-48. Article   
  20. Pol, M.V., S. J. Correia, R. MacKinnon, and J. Carver. 2008. Longlining haddock with manufactured bait to reduce catch of Atlantic cod in a conservation zone. Fisheries Research 94(2): 199-205. DOI:10.1016/j.fishres.2008.08.015.
  21. Chosid, D.M., M. Pol, M. Szymanski, L. Ribas, and T. Moth Poulsen. 2008. Diel variation within the species selective topless trawl net. Journal of Ocean Technology. 31-58. Article 
  22. Barber, J. S., D. M. ChosidR. P. Glenn, and K. A. Whitmore. 2009. A systematic model for artificial reef site selection. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 43: 283-297. Article 
  23. Mandelman, J. W. and G. B. Skomal. 2008. Differential sensitivity to capture stress assessed by blood acid-base status in five carcharhinid sharks. Journal of Comparative Physiology B. DOI:10.1007/s00360-008-0306-4 
  24. Skomal, G., et al. 2009. Transequatorial Migrations by Basking Sharks in the Western Atlantic Ocean. Current BiologyDOI:10.1016/j.cub.2009.04.019
  25. Skomal, G. B. and D. Bernal. 2010. Physiological responses to stress in sharks. In: The Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives, Vol. 2, J.C. Carrier, J.A. Musick, M.R. Heithaus (eds.), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. (contact Greg Skomal for reprint)
  26. Chase, B.C. 2009. The spawning habitat of anadromous rainbow smelt: trouble at the tidal interface. American Fisheries Society Symposium 69: 859-862. Article 
  27. Chase, B.C., M.H Ayer, and S.P. Elzey. 2009. Rainbow Smelt Population Monitoring and Restoration on the Gulf of Maine Coast of Massachusetts. American Fisheries Society Symposium 69: 899-901. Article 
  28. Leschen, A.S., K.H. Ford, and N.T. Evans. 2010. Successful Eelgrass (Zostera marina) Restoration in a Formerly Eutrophic Estuary (Boston Harbor) Supports the Use of a Multifaceted Watershed Approach to Mitigating Eelgrass Loss. Estuaries and Coasts DOI 10.1007/s12237-010-9272-7. 
  29. Nelson, G. A., M. P. ArmstrongJ. Stritzel-Thomson, and K. D. Friedland. 2010. Thermal habitat of striped bass Morone saxatilis in coastal waters of northern Massachusetts, USA, during summer. Fisheries Oceanography 19(5): 370-381. (link to abstract - contact Gary Nelson for reprint)
  30. Leschen, A. S., and S. J. Correia. 2010. Mortality in female horseshoe crabs (Limulus polyphemus) from biomedical bleeding and handling: implications for fisheries management. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 43(2): 135-147. Abstract
  31. He, P. and M. Pol. 2010. Fish Behavior near Gillnets: Capture Processes and Influencing Factors. In: He, P. (ed.), Behavior of Marine Fish: Capture Processes and Conservation Challenges. Wiley-Blackwell, Ames, Iowa. pp.183-198. Article
  32. Pol, Michael V., Szymanski, Mark, Chosid, David M., and Salerno, Daniel J. 2011. Fork Length-Total Length Conversions for Haddock and Pollock. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 31(3): 427-430. DOI: 10.1080/02755947.2011.590115.
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  34. Dean, M. J., W. S. Hoffman, and M. P. Armstrong. 2012. Disruption of an Atlantic cod spawning aggregation resulting from the opening of a directed gill-net fishery. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 32: 124-134. DOI: 10.1080/02755947.2012.663457.
  35. Chosid, D.M., M. Pol, M. Szymanski, F. Mirarchi, and A. Mirarchi. 2011. Development and Observations of a spiny dogfish Squalus acanthias reduction device in a raised footrope silver hake Merluccius bilinearis trawl. Fisheries ResearchDOI 10.1016/j.fishres.2011.03.007.   
  36. Skomal, G. B. and J. Chisholm, S. T. Correia. 2012. Implications of Increasing Pinniped Populations on the Diet and Abundance of White Sharks off the Coast of Massachusetts. In: Global Perspectives on the Biology and Life History of the White Shark. CRC Press. pp. 405-417. Article 
  37. Amstrong, M. P. et al. 2013. Application of small-scale fishery closures to protect Atlantic cod spawning aggregations in the inshore Gulf of Maine. Fisheries Research 141: 62-69. DOI: 10.1016/jfishres.2012.09.009
  38. Skomal, G. B. and J. W. Mandelman. 2012. The physiological response to anthropogenic stressors in marine elasmobranch fishes: A review with a focus on the secondary response. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative PhysiologyDOI: 10.1016/j.cbpa.2011.10.002. (link to abstract - contact Greg Skomal for reprint)
  39. Cournane, J. M., J. P. Kritzer, and S. J. Correia. Spatial and temporal patterns of anadromous alosine bycatch in the US Atlantic herring fishery. Fisheries Research 141: 88-94. Abstract
  40. Kneebone, J., J. Chisholm, and G. B. Skomal. 2012. Seasonal residency, habitat use, and site fidelity of juvenile sand tiger sharks (Carcharias taurus) in a Massachusetts estuary. Inter-Research Marine Ecology Progress SeriesDOI:10.3354/meps09989.
  41. Sheppard, J., and S. Block. 2013. Monitoring response of diadromous populations to fish passage improvements on a Massachusetts coastal stream. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering A, 2: 71-79. Article 
  42. Kneebone, J., J. Chisholm, D. Bernal, and G. Skomal. 2013. The physiological effects of capture stress, recovery, and post-release survivorship of juvenile sand tigers (Carcharias taurus) caught on rod and reel. Fisheries ResearchDOI: 10.1016/j.fishres.2013.04.009. (link to abstract - contact Greg Skomal for reprint)
  43. Pugh, T. L., J. S. Goldstein, K. L. Lavalli, M. Clancy, and W. H. Watson III. 2013. At-sea determination of female American lobster Homarus americanus mating activity: Patterns vs. expectations. Fisheries ResearchDOI: 10.1016/j.fishres.2013.07.008. (link to abstract - contact Tracy Pugh for reprint)
  44. Nelson, G. A. 2014. Cluster sampling: a pervasive, yet little recognized survey design in fisheries research. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143: 926-938 (link to abstract – contact Gary Nelson for reprint)
  45. Kneebone, J., W. Hoffman, M. Dean, D. Fox, and M. Armstrong. 2015. Movement Patterns and Stock Composition of Adult Striped Bass Tagged in Massachusetts Coastal Waters. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society143(5). (link to abstract - contact Bill Hoffman for reprint)
  46. Kneebone, J., W. Hoffman, M. Dean, and M. Armstrong. 2014. Movements of striped bass between the exclusive economic zone and Massachusetts state waters. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 34: 524-534 DOI: 10.1080/02755947.2014.892550 (link to abstract - contact Bill Hoffman for reprint)
  47. Kneebone, J., J. Chisholm, and G. Skomal. 2014. Movement patterns of juvenile sand tigers (Carcharias taurus) along the east coast of the USA. Marine BiologyDOI 10.1007/s00227-014-2407-9.   
  48. Dean, M. J., W. S. Hoffman, D. R. Zemeckis, and M. P. Armstrong. 2014. Fine-scale diel and gender-based patterns in behaviour of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) on a spawning ground in the Western Gulf of Maine. ICES Journal of Marine ScienceDOI:10.1093/icesjms/fsu040.
  49. Curtis, T. H., C. T. McCandless, J. K. Carlson, G. B. Skomal, N. E. Kohler, L. J. Natanson, G. H. Burgess, J. J. Hoey, and H. L. Pratt Jr. 2014. Seasonal Distribution and Historic Trends in Abundance of White Sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, in the Western North Atlantic Ocean. PLOS ONE. 9(6): 1-12. DOI: 10.137/journal.pone.0099240.
  50. Curtis, T. H., S. I. Zeeman, E. L. Summers, S. X. Cadrin, and G. B. Skomal. 2014. Eyes in the sky: linking satellite oceanography and biotelemetry to explore habitat selection by basking sharks. Animal BiotelemetryDOI: 10.1186/2050-3385-2-12.
  51. Natanson, L. J. and G. B. Skomal. 2014. Age and growth of the white shark, Carcharodon carcharias, in the western North Atlantic Ocean. Marine and Freshwater ResearchDOI: 10.1071/MF14127 (Supplementary Material).
  52. Pugh, T. L., M. Comeau, K. Benhalima, W.H. Watson, III. 2015.  Variation in the size and composition of ejaculates produced by male American lobsters Homarus americanus H. Milne Edwards, 1837 (Decapoda: Nephropidae). Journal of Crustacean Biology.  DOI: 10.1163/1937240X-00002365.  (link to abstract - contact Tracy Pugh for reprint)
  53. Elzey, S. P., K. A. Rogers, and K. J. Trull. 2015. Comparison of 4 aging structures in the American shad (Alosa sapidissima). Fisheries Bulletin 113: 47-54. DOI: 10.7755/FB.113.1.5
  54. Legare, B., J. Kneebone, B. DeAngelis and G. Skomal. 2015. The spatiotemporal dynamics of habitat use by blacktip (Carcharhinus limbatus) and lemon (Negaprion brevirostris) sharks in nurseries of St. John, United States Virgin Islands. Marine BiologyDOI 10.1007/s00227-015-2616-x
  55. Thunberg, E. M. and S. J. Correia. 2015. Measures of fishing fleet diversity in the New England groundfish fishery. Marine Policy58: 6-14. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpool.2015.04.005
  56. Bethoney, N. D., K. D. E. Stokesbury, B. P. Schondelmeier, W. S. Hoffman, and M. P. Armstrong. 2014. Characterization of river herring bycatch in the Northwest Atlantic midwater trawl fisheries. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34(4): 828-838. DOI: 10.1080/02755947.2014.920736.
  57. Sheppard, J. J. and M. S. Bednarski. 2015. Utility of single-channel electronic resistivity counters for monitoring river herring populations. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35(6): 1144-1151. DOI: 10.1080/02755947.2015.1084407.
  58. Pol, M. V., B. Herrmann, C. Rillahan, and P. He. 2016. Selectivity and retention of pollock Pollachius virens in a Gulf of Maine trawl Fishery. Fisheries Research 184: 47-53. DOI: 10.1016/j.fisheries.2015.07.029.
  59. Marshall, H., G. Skomal, P. G. Ross, and D. Bernal. 2015. At-vessel and post-release mortality of the dusky (Carcharhinus obscurus) and sandbar (C. plumbeus) shark after longline capture. Fisheries Research 172: 373-384. DOI: 10.1016/j.fishres.2015.07.011.
  60. Skomal, G. B., E. M. Hoyos-Padilla, A. Kukulya, and R. Stokey. 2015. Subsurface observations of white shark Carcharodon carcharias predatory behaviour using an autonomous underwater vehicle. Journal of Fish Biology 87: 1293-1312. DOI: 10.1111/jfb.12828.
  61. Bayse, S. M., M. V. Pol, and P. He. 2016. Fish and squid behaviour at the mouth of a drop-chain trawl: factors contributing to capture or escape. ICES Journal of Marine Science. DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsw007
  62. O'Boyle, R., M. Dean, and C. M. Legault. 2016. The influence of seasonal migration on fishery selectivity. ICES Journal of Marine ScienceDOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsw048.
  63. Breen, M., N. Graham, M. Pol, P. He, D. Reid, and P. Suuronen. 2016. Selective fishing and balanced harvesting. Fisheries Research 184: 2-8. DOI: 10.1016/j.fishres.2016.03.014.
  64. W. HoffmanM. Dean, D. Zemeckis, H. Benoit, J. Kneebone, E. Jones, M. J. Stettner, N. Buchan, J. Langan, and J. Silukowski. 2016. Estimating and mitigating the discard mortality of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in the Gulf of Maine recreational rod-and-reel fishery. ICES Journal of Marine ScienceDOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsw058.
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  66. Elzey, S. P., and K. J. Trull. 2016. Identification of a nonlethal method for aging tautog (Tautoga onitis). Fishery Bulletin 114(4): 377-385. DOI: 10.7755/FB.114.4.1.
  67. Pol, M., B. Herrmann, and P. He. 2016. Impact of codend mesh sizes on selectivity and retention of Acadian redfish Sebastes fasciatus in the Gulf of Maine trawl fishery. Fisheries ResearchDOI: 10.1016/j.fishres.2016.06/013
  68. Eayrs, S., M. Pol, S. Tallack Caporossi, and C. Bouchard. 2017. Avoidance of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) with a topless trawl in the New England groundfish fishery. Fisheries Research 185: 145–152. DOI: 10.1016/j.fishres.2016.9.014.
  69. Lowerre-Barbieri, S., G. DeCelles, P. Pepin, I. A. Catalán, B. Muhling, B. Erisman, et al. 2016. Reproductive resilience: a paradigm shift in understanding spawner-recruit systems in exploited marine fish. Fish and FisheriesDOI: 10.1111/faf/12180.
  70. Winger, P., S. Lokkeborg, and M. Pol. 2016. Fish Capture by Baited Pots: A Review of Fish Behaviour. The Journal of Ocean Technology 11(4): 1-12. Article 
  71. Churchill, J. H., J. P. Kritzer, M. J. Dean, J. H. Grabowski, and G. D. Sherwood. 2016. Patterns of larval-stage connectivity of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) within the Gulf of Maine in relation to current structure and a proposed fisheries closure. ICES Journal of Marine Science 74: 20-30. DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsw139.
  72. Marcella, R., M. Pol, and M. Szymanski. 2016. Seasonal Catchability of Static and Floating Atlantic Cod Pots. The Journal of Ocean Technology 11(4): 34-47. Article 
  73. Hollema, H. M., J. Kneebone, S. D. McCormick, G. B. Skomal, and A. J. Danylchuk. 2017. Movement patterns of striped bass (Morone saxatilis) in a tidal coastal embayment in New England. Fisheries Research 187: 168-177. DOI: 10.1016/fishres.2016.11.006.
  74. Grabowski, J. H., M. Bachman, C. Demarest, S. Eayrs, B. P. Harris, V. Malkoski, D. Packer and D. Stevenson. 2014. Assessing the Vulnerability of Marine Benthos to Fishing Gear Impacts. Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 22(2): 142-155. DOI: 10.1080/10641262.2013.846292.
  75. Liu, C., G. W. Cowles, D. Zemeckis, S. Cadrin, and M. Dean. 2017. Validation of a hidden Markov model for the geolocation of Atlantic cod. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. Published on the web 12 January 2017. (link to abstract)
  76. Zemeckis, D., C. Liu, G. Cowles, M. Dean, W. Hoffman, D. Martins, and S. Cadrin. 2017. Seasonal movements and connectivity of an Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) spawning component in the western Gulf of Maine. ICES Journal of Marine Science 74: 1780-1796. (link to abstract)
  77. Benoit, H. P., C. W. Capizzano, R. J. Knotek, D. B. Rudders, J. A. Sulikowski, M. J. Dean, W. Hoffman, D. R. Zemeckis, and J. W. Mandelman. 2015. A generalized model for longitudinal short- and long-term mortality data for commercial fishery discards and recreational fishery catch-and-releases. ICES Journal of Marine Science 72: 1834-1847. DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsv039.
  78. Zemeckis, D. R., M. J. Dean, and S. X. Cadrin. 2014. Spawning dynamics and associated management implications for Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34: 424-442. DOI: 10.1080/02755947.2014.882456.
  79. Zemeckis, D. R., W. S. Hoffman, M. J. Dean, M. P. Armstrong, and S. X. Cadrin. 2014. Spawning site fidelity by Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in the Gulf of Maine: implications for population structure and rebuilding. ICES Journal of Marine Science 71: 1356-1365. DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsu117.
  80. Hernandez, K. M., D. Risch, D. M. Cholewiak, M. J. Dean, L. T. Hatch, W. S. Hoffman, A. N. Rice, D. Zemeckis, and S. M. Van Parijs. 2013. Acoustic monitoring of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in Massachusetts Bay: implications for management and conservation. ICES Journal of Marine Science 70: 628-635. DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fts003.
  81. LeBris, A., A. J. Pershing, J. Gaudette, T. L. Pugh, and K. M. Reardon. 2017. Multi-scale quantification of the effects of temperature on size at maturity in the American lobster (Homarus americanus). Fisheries Research, 186: 397-406. (link to abstract - Contact Tracy Pugh for reprint) 
  82. DeCelles, G. R., E. F. Keiley, T. M. Lowery, N. M. Calabrese, and K. D. E. Stokesbury. 2017. Development of a Video Trawl Survey System for New England Groundfish. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 146:3, 462-477. Article 
  83. Decelles, G.R.D. Martins, D.R. Zemeckis, and S. X. Cadrin. 2017. Using Fishermen's Ecological Knowledge to map Atlantic cod spawning grounds on Georges Bank. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 1-15. Article 
  84. Bayse, S. M., M. V. Pol, M. Walsh, A. Walsh, T. Bendiksen, and P. He. 2017. Design and test of a grid to reduce bycatch in the longfin inshore squid (Doryteuthis pealeii) trawl fishery. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 1-9. Article
  85. Watson, W. H. III, J. S. Goldstein, E.M. Morrissey, H. A. Cole, and T. L. Pugh. 2017. Evidence of mating by sexually immature female American lobsters Homarus americanus (H. Milne Edwards, 1837) (Decapoda: Nephropidae). Journal of Crustacean Biology, 37: 2 – 6. DOI:10.1093/jcbiol/ruw010 (link to abstract - contact Tracy Pugh for reprint)
  86. Logan, J. M., S. Voss, A. Davis, and K. Ford. 2017. An Experimental Evaluation of Dock Shading Impacts on Salt Marsh Vegetation in a New England Estuary. Estuaries and CoastsDOI: 10.1007/s12237-017-0268-4.
  87. Hasselman, D. J., E. C. Anderson, E. E. Argo, N. D. Bethoney, S. R. Gephard, D. M. Post, B. P. Schondelmeier, T. F. Schultz, T. V. Willis, and E. P. Palkovacs. 2015. Genetic stock composition of marine bycatch reveals disproportional impacts on depleted river herring genetic stocks. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 73(6): DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2015-0402.
  88. Bethoney, N. D., B. P. Schondelmeier, J. Kneebone, and W. S. Hoffman. 2017. Bridges to best management: Effects of a voluntary bycatch avoidance program in a mid-water trawl fishery. Marine Policy, 83: 172-178. Article 
  89. Stokesbury, K. D. E., S. X. Cadrin, N. Calabrese, E. Keiley, T. M. Lowery, B. J. Rothschild and G. R. DeCelles. 2017. Towards an Improved System for Sampling New England Groundfish Using Video Technology. Fisheries, 42(8): 432-439. DOI: 10.1080/03632415.2017.1342630.
  90. Skomal, G. B., C. D. Braun, J. H. Chisholm, and S. R. Thorrold. 2017. Movements of the white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) in the North Atlantic Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series (link to abstract).
  91. Rosset, J., A. H. Roy, B. I. Gahagan, A. R. Whiteley, M. P. Armstrong, J. J. Sheppard, and A. Jordaan. 2017. Temporal patterns of migration and spawning of river herring in coastal Massachusetts. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 146: 1101-1114. DOI: 10.1080/00028487.2017.1341851.
  92. Logan, J. M., A. Davis, C. Markos, and K. Ford. 2017. Effects of docks on salt marsh vegetation: an evaluation of ecological impacts and the efficacy of current design standards. Estuaries and Coasts. DOI: 10.1007/s12237-017-0323-1.
  93. Winton, M., C. Huntsberger, D. Rudders, G. DeCelles, K. Thompson, K. Goetting, and R. Somolowitz. 2017. Spatiotemporal patterns of flatfish bycatch in two scallop access areas on Georges Bank. Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Science, 49: 23-37. DOI: 10.2960/J.v49.m710.
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  95. Nelson, G. A. 2018. Historical Review of Commercial Fishery Regulations for Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis Walbaum) in Massachusetts. Northeastern Naturalist, 25(1): 143-160. Article
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  98. Logan, J. M. 2018. Salt Marsh Aboveground Production in New England Estuaries in Relation to Nitrogen Loading and Environmental Factors. Wetlands.
  99. Kneebone, J., M. Winton, A. Danylchuk, J. Chisholm, G. Skomal. 2018. An assessment of juvenile sand tiger (Carcharias taurus) activity patterns in a seasonal nursery using accelerometer transmitters. Environmental Biology of Fishes. Article
  100. Shepherd, G. R., G. A. Nelson, P. J. Rago, R. Anne Richards, J. Boreman, and C. P. Goodyear. 2018. A chronicle of striped bass population restoration and conservation in the Northwest Atlantic, 1979-2016. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-NE-246, 51 p. 
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  104. Eayrs, S. and M. Pol. 2018. The myth of voluntary uptake of proven fishing gear: investigations into the challenges inspiring changes in fisheries. ICES Journal of Marine Science, fsy178.
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  106. Zemeckis, D. R., M. J. Dean, A. I. DeAngelis, S. M. Van Parijs, W. S. Hoffman, M. F. Baumgartner, L. T. Hatch, S. X. Cadrin, and C. H. McGuire. 2019. Identifying the distribution of Atlantic cod spawning using multiple fixed and glider-mounted acoustic technologies. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsz064. Article
  107. Nelson, G. A. 2019. Bias in common catch-curve methods applied to age frequency data from fish surveys. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsz085. Article
  108. Chase, B., Elzey, S., Turner, S., Ayer, M. 2019. Fecundity and reproductive life history of anadromous rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax) in coastal waters of Massachusetts. Fisheries Bulletin. Article
  109. Jury, S.H., T. L. Pugh, H. Henninger, J. T. Carloni, and W. H. Watson. Patterns and possible causes of skewed sex ratios in American Lobster (Homarus americanus) populations. Invertebrate Reproduction & Development. doi: 10.1080/07924259.2019.1595184l. Article 
  110. DeCelles, G. R. and T. Vidal. 2020. Long-term changes in the maturation and growth of Cape Cod/Gulf of Maine yellowtail flounder Limanda ferrugineaMarine Ecology Progress Series. Article
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  113. Nelson, Gary A., Benjamin I. Gahagan, Michael P. Armstrong, Adrian Jordaan, Alison Bowden. 2020. A life cycle simulation model for exploring causes of population change in Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus). Ecological Modelling 422 (2020) 109004. (contact Gary Nelson for reprint)