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Title Publication Year
10 Solutions to Save the Ocean
11-doxycortisol is a corticosteroid hormone in the lamprey
12,000+ years of change: Linking traditional and modern ecosystem science in the Pacific Northwest
15α- Hydroxytestosterone Produced In Vitro and In Vivo in the Sea Lamprey, Petromyzon marinus
2007 NAAFE Conference in Merida, Mexico
A Bayesian approach to choosing a design for surveying fisheries resources: application to the eastern Bering Sea trawl survey
A Bayesian hierarchical formulation of the De Lury stock assessment model for abundance estimation of Falklands squid
A Bayesian hierarchical meta-analysis of stock-recruitment functions for Atlantic salmon: quantifying structural and parameter uncertainties
A Bayesian mark-recapture model for multiple-recapture data in a catch-and-release fishery
A Bayesian State-Space Model for mixed-stock migrations, with application to Northeast Atlantic Mackerel Scomber scombrus
A bioeconomic analysis of the Norwegian spring spawning herring stock
A bioeconomic optimization approach for rebuilding marine communities: British Columbia case study
A bottom-up re-estimation of global fisheries subsidies
A Bottom-up Re-estimation of Global Fisheries Subsidies
A brief history of fishing in the Kerguelen Islands
A case of mistaken identity: Skin filaments are unreliable for identifying Hippocampus guttulatus and Hippocampus hippocampus
A cautionary note on individual transferable quotas
A Combined Ecosystem and Value Chain Modeling Approach for Evaluating Societal Cost and Benefit of Fishing
A combined ecosystem modeling and value chain approach
A comparative analysis of the North Sea based on Ecopath with Ecosim and Multispecies Virtual Population Analysis

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