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
Mercaldo-Allen R, Chambers C, Clarke D, Dixon M, Dwyer S, Fairchild E, Howell P, Munroe T, Powell C, Sutherland S. 2016. 15th Flatfish Biology Conference 2016 Program and Abstracts. US Dept Commer, Northeast Fish Sci Cent Ref Doc. 16-14; 48 p.
Heenehan H, Van Parijs SM, Bejder L, Tyne JA, Johnston DW. 2017. Using acoustics to prioritize management decisions to protect coastal dolphins: A case study using Hawaiian spinner dolphins. Marine Policy 75:84-90.
Sabal MC, Huff DD, Henderson MJ, Fiechter J, Harding JA, Hayes SA. 2016. Contrasting patterns in growth and survival of Central Valley fall run Chinook salmon related to hatchery and ocean conditions. Environ Biol Fish. doi:10.1007/s10641-016-0536-3
Northeast Fisheries Science Center. 61st Northeast Regional Stock Assessment Workshop (61st SAW) Assessment Summary Report. Northeast Fish Sci Cent Ref Doc. 16-13; 26 p.
Wallmo K, Bisack KD, Lew DK, Squires DE. 2016. Editorial:The Economics of Protected Marine Species: Concepts in Research and Management. Front Mar Sci. 3:183. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2016.0018
Chang JH, Hart DR, Shank BV, Gallager SM, Honig P, York AD. 2016. Combining imperfect automated annotations of underwater images with human annotations to obtain precise and unbiased population estimates. Methods in Oceanography 17, 169–186.
Lipsky C., Saunders R, Stevens J. 2016. Evidence of successful spawning and other life history aspects of Alosa sapidissima (American Shad) in the Penobscot River and estuary. Northeastern Naturalist. 23(3):367-377.
Larsen J, Bushnell P, Steffensen J, Pedersen M, Qvortrup K, Brill R. 2016. Characterization of the functional and anatomical differences in the atrial and ventricular myocardium from three species of elasmobranch fishes: smooth dogfish (Mustelus canis), sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus), and clear nose skate (Raja eglanteria). J Comp Physiol B. doi:10.1007/s00360-016-1034-9