Melissa Haltuch
Melissa Haltuch
Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Verified email at noaa.gov
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On the use of IPCC-class models to assess the impact of climate on living marine resources
CA Stock, MA Alexander, NA Bond, KM Brander, WWL Cheung, ...
Progress in Oceanography 88 (1-4), 1-27, 2011
2662011
Fisheries management under climate and environmental uncertainty: control rules and performance simulation
AE Punt, T A'mar, NA Bond, DS Butterworth, CL de Moor, JAA De Oliveira, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 71 (8), 2208-2220, 2014
1502014
Managing living marine resources in a dynamic environment: the role of seasonal to decadal climate forecasts
D Tommasi, CA Stock, AJ Hobday, R Methot, IC Kaplan, JP Eveson, ...
Progress in Oceanography 152, 15-49, 2017
1002017
Zebra mussels invade Lake Erie muds
PA Berkman, MA Haltuch, E Tichich, DW Garton, GW Kennedy, ...
Nature 393 (6680), 27-28, 1998
981998
Geographic information system (GIS) analysis of ecosystem invasion: exotic mussels in Lake Erie
MA Haltuch, PA Berkman, DW Garton
Limnology and oceanography 45 (8), 1778-1787, 2000
892000
Evaluating alternative estimators of fishery management reference points
MA Haltuch, AE Punt, MW Dorn
Fisheries Research 94 (3), 290-303, 2008
732008
Evaluation of threshold management strategies for groundfish off the US West Coast
AE Punt, MW Dorn, MA Haltuch
Fisheries Research 94 (3), 251-266, 2008
712008
The promises and pitfalls of including decadal-scale climate forcing of recruitment in groundfish stock assessment
MA Haltuch, AE Punt
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68 (5), 912-926, 2011
632011
Accounting for spatiotemporal variation and fisher targeting when estimating abundance from multispecies fishery data
JT Thorson, R Fonner, MA Haltuch, K Ono, H Winker
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 74 (11), 1794-1807, 2016
572016
Evaluating the estimation of fishery management reference points in a variable environment
MA Haltuch, AE Punt, MW Dorn
Fisheries Research 100 (1), 42-56, 2009
562009
Habitat shift in invading species: zebra and quagga mussel population characteristics on shallow soft substrates
PA Berkman, DW Garton, MA Haltuch, GW Kennedy, LR Febo
Biological invasions 2 (1), 1-6, 2000
472000
Linking N ortheast P acific recruitment synchrony to environmental variability
MM Stachura, TE Essington, NJ Mantua, AB Hollowed, MA Haltuch, ...
Fisheries Oceanography 23 (5), 389-408, 2014
372014
Status of the US petrale sole resource in 2012
MA Haltuch, K Ono, JL Valero
Portland: Pacific Fishery Management Council, 2013
282013
Climate vulnerability assessment for Pacific salmon and steelhead in the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem
LG Crozier, MM McClure, T Beechie, SJ Bograd, DA Boughton, M Carr, ...
PloS one 14 (7), e0217711, 2019
222019
Quantitative video analysis of flatfish herding behavior and impact on effective area swept of a survey trawl
DR Bryan, KL Bosley, AC Hicks, MA Haltuch, WW Wakefield
Fisheries Research 154, 120-126, 2014
222014
Stock assessment of petrale sole: 2004
HL Lai, MA Haltuch, AE Punt, JM Cope
Status of the Pacific coast groundfish fishery through, 2005
202005
A state-space approach for detecting growth variation and application to North Pacific groundfish
CC Stawitz, TE Essington, TA Branch, MA Haltuch, AB Hollowed, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72 (9), 1316-1328, 2015
192015
Status of the US sablefish resource in 2015
KF Johnson, MB Rudd, M Pons, CA Akselrud, Q Lee, F Hurtado-Ferro, ...
Pacific Fishery Management Council, Portland, OR, 2016
182016
Temporal and spatial summer groundfish assemblages in trawlable habitat off the west coast of the USA, 1977 to 2009
JM Cope, MA Haltuch
Marine Ecology Progress Series 451, 187-200, 2012
182012
Spatiotemporal analysis of compositional data: increased precision and improved workflow using model-based inputs to stock assessment
JT Thorson, MA Haltuch
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 76 (3), 401-414, 2019
172019
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