NC1189: Understanding the Ecological and Social Constraints to Achieving Sustainable Fisheries Resource Policy and Management

(Multistate Research Project)

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SAES-422 Reports

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Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, M. T. Kinnison, S. M. P. Sullivan, M. J. Weber, R. T. Melstrom, P. A. Venturelli, M. R. Wuellner, R. M. Newman, K. J. Hartman, G. B. Zydlewski, D. R. DeVries, S. M. Gray, D. M. Infante, M. A. Pegg, R. M. Harrell. 2019. Threats to freshwater fisheries in the United States: perspectives and investments of state fisheries administrators and Agricultural Experiment Station directors. Fisheries 44(6):276-287.

Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, D. M. Infante. 2019. Developing precipitation- and groundwater-corrected stream temperature models to improve brook charr management amid climate change. Hydrobiologia 840:379-398.

 Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu. 2019. Using the telecoupling framework to improve Great Lakes fisheries sustainability. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management.

Taylor, W. W., M. J. Good, A. K. Carlson, T. Scholze, H. A. Triezenberg, R. Lambe. 2019. The changing face of Great Lakes fisheries. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management.

Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, D. M. Infante. In review. Modeling effects of climate change on Michigan stream salmonids: precipitation and groundwater as key predictors.

Taylor, W. W., A. K. Carlson, A. Bennett, A.J. Lynch, C.P. Fereri. Book in preparation. Lessons in Leadership: Integrating Courage, Vision, and Innovation for the Future of Sustainable Fisheries. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.

Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu. 2019. Metacoupled fisheries: integrating ecosystems and human systems across space and time to enhance fisheries management. American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society – 2019 Joint Annual Conference.

Taylor, W. W., A. K. Carlson, A. Bennett, J. Liu, M. J. Good. 2019. Evaluating Great Lakes fisheries ecosystems as coupled human and natural systems (CHANS). American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society – 2019 Joint Annual Conference.

Taylor, W. W., A. K. Carlson, A. Bennett, D. M. Infante, N. J. Leonard, S. M. Hughes, J. Liu. 2019. Assessing the importance of riverine fisheries as metacoupled human and natural systems. 6th Biennial Symposium of the International Society for River Science. Vienna, Austria.

Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, Z. Basher, T. Douglas Beard, Jr., D. M. Infante. 2019. Use of precipitation- and groundwater-corrected water temperature models to predict effects of environmental change on stream salmonids. Advances in the Population Ecology of Stream Salmonids V. Granada, Spain.

Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu, A. Bennett. 2019. Stream salmonid fisheries as coupled human and natural systems. Advances in the Population Ecology of Stream Salmonids V. Granada, Spain.

Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, T. Douglas Beard, Jr., D. M. Infante. 2019. Using decision-support tools to enhance stream trout management amid climate change. Annual meeting of the Michigan Chapters of The Wildlife Society and the American Fisheries Society. Gaylord, Michigan.

Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, T. Douglas Beard, Jr., D. M. Infante. 2019. Science to action: decision-support to advance stream trout management in a changing climate. 79th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Cleveland, Ohio.  

Carlson, A. K., T. G. Zorn. 2018. Values, opinions, and behavior of inland trout anglers in Michigan. Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Fisheries Report No. 29. Lansing, Michigan.

Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, D. M. Infante. 2018. Impact of changes in precipitation and groundwater on brook charr thermal habitat in Michigan streams. 9th Annual International Charr Symposium. Duluth, Minnesota.

Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu. 2018. Using the metacoupling framework to enhance fisheries management and governance. 148th Annual AFS Meeting, Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu, I. Orlic. 2018. Peruvian anchoveta as a telecoupled fisheries system. Ecology and Society 23(1):35.

Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu, I. Orlic. 2018. Telecoupled fisheries: insights and applications for sustainability. Annual Meeting of the United States Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology. Chicago, Illinois.

 Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, Z. Basher, T. D, Beard, Jr., and D. M. Infante. 2018. Resilient trout management in a changing climate: integrating stream temperature modeling and decision-support. 78th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Nohner, J. K., F. Lupi, and W. W. Taylor. 2018. Lakefront property owners' willingness to accept easements for conservation of water quality and habitat. Water Resources Research 54:1-16.

Nohner, J. K., W. W. Taylor, D. B. Hayes, and B. M. Roth. 2018. Influence of aquatic macrophytes on age-0 Largemouth Bass growth and diets. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. DOI:10.1002/tafs.10067

Reid, Andrea J., Andrew K. Carlson, Irena F. Creed, Erika J. Eliason, Peter A. Gell, Pieter T. J. Johnson, Karen A. Kidd, Tyson J. MacCormack, Julian D. Olden, Steve J. Ormerod, John P. Smol, William W. Taylor, Klement Tockner, Jesse C. Vermaire, David Dudgeon, and Steven J. Cooke. 2018. Emerging threats and persistent conservation challenges for freshwater biodiversity. Biological Reviews 94(3):849-873.

 

 

 

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