Northeast Fisheries Science Center Publications
As the research arm of the NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service's 19-state Northeast Region, the Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC) annually produces about 350 scientific and technical publications, reports, and abstracts, and sponsors many other such works through contracts, grants, and cooperative programs. This webpage provides access to these works.
Newest Publications by NEFSC Authors
Northeast Fisheries Science Center. 2015. 60th Northeast Regional Stock Assessment Workshop (60th SAW) Assessment Summary Report. US Dept Commer, Northeast Fish Sci Cent Ref Doc. 15-07; 36 p.
Jacobson LD, Hendrickson LC, Tang J. 2015. Solar zenith angles for biological research and an expected catch model for diel vertical migration patterns that affectstock size estimates for longfin inshore squid (Doryteuthispealeii) Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 72: 1–10 (2015) dx.doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2014-0436
Cole TVN, Henry AG. 2015. Serious injury determinations for baleen whale stocks along the Gulf of Mexico, United States east coast and Atlantic Canadian provinces, 2008-2012. US Dept Commer, Northeast Fish Sci Cent Ref Doc. 15-05; 43 p.
Hussey NE, ST Kessel, K Aarestrup, S J Cooke, PD Cowley, AT Fisk, RG Harcourt, KN Holland, SJ Iverson, JF Kocik, JE Mills Flemming, and FG Whoriskey. 2015. Aquatic animal telemetry: a panoramic window into the underwater world. Science.(348): 1255642-1 - 1255642-10.
Gopal S, Kaufman L, Pasquarella V, Ribera M, Holden C, Shank B, Joshua P. 2015. Modeling Coastal and Marine Environmental Risks in Belize: the Marine Integrated Decision Analysis System (MIDAS). Coastal Management 43:3 pp. 217-237
Wigley SE, Tholke C, Blaylock J, Rago PJ, Shield G. 2015. 2015 Discard estimation, precision, and sample size analyses for 14 federally managed species groups in the waters off the northeastern United States. US Dept Commer, Northeast Fish Sci Cent Ref Doc. 15-04; 162 p.
Smolowitz, RJ, SH Patel, HL Haas, S Miller. 2015. Using a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) to observe loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) behavior on foraging grounds off the mid-Atlantic United States. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 471:84–91