Holly S. Embke
Holly S. Embke
Research Fish Biologist, USGS Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center
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First direct confirmation of grass carp spawning in a Great Lakes tributary
HS Embke, PM Kocovsky, CA Richter, JJ Pritt, CM Mayer, SS Qian
Journal of Great Lakes Research 42 (4), 899-903, 2016
Application of eDNA as a tool for assessing fish population abundance
MJ Spear, HS Embke, PJ Krysan, MJ Vander Zanden
Environmental DNA 3 (1), 83-91, 2021
Production dynamics reveal hidden overharvest of inland recreational fisheries
HS Embke, AL Rypel, SR Carpenter, GG Sass, D Ogle, T Cichosz, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (49), 24676-24681, 2019
Modeling framework to estimate spawning and hatching locations of pelagically spawned eggs
HS Embke, PM Kocovsky, T Garcia, CM Mayer, SS Qian
Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences 76 (4), 597-607, 2019
Status of the major aquaculture carps of China in the Laurentian Great Lakes Basin
DC Chapman, AJ Benson, HS Embke, NR King, PM Kočovský, TD Lewis, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 47 (1), 3-13, 2021
Fishing for food: quantifying recreational fisheries harvest in Wisconsin lakes
HS Embke, T Douglas Beard Jr, AJ Lynch, MJ Vander Zanden
Fisheries 45 (12), 647-655, 2020
Resist‐accept‐direct (RAD) considerations for climate change adaptation in fisheries: The Wisconsin experience
ZS Feiner, AD Shultz, GG Sass, A Trudeau, MG Mitro, CJ Dassow, ...
Fisheries Management and Ecology 29 (4), 346-363, 2022
Overturning stereotypes: The fuzzy boundary between recreational and subsistence inland fisheries
EA Nyboer, HS Embke, AM Robertson, R Arlinghaus, S Bower, C Baigun, ...
Fish and Fisheries 23 (6), 1282-1298, 2022
Macroinvertebrate abundance is lower in temperate reservoirs with higher winter drawdown
G Trottier, H Embke, K Turgeon, C Solomon, C Nozais, I Gregory-Eaves
Hydrobiologia 834, 199-211, 2019
Resisting ecosystem transformation through an intensive whole‐lake fish removal experiment
HS Embke, SR Carpenter, DA Isermann, G Coppola, DT Beard Jr, ...
Fisheries Management and Ecology 29 (4), 364-377, 2022
The US Inland creel and angler survey catalog (CreelCat): Development, applications, and opportunities
AJ Lynch, NA Sievert, HS Embke, AM Robertson, BJE Myers, MS Allen, ...
Fisheries 46 (11), 574-583, 2021
Global dataset of species-specific inland recreational fisheries harvest for consumption
HS Embke, EA Nyboer, AM Robertson, R Arlinghaus, SL Akintola, ...
Scientific Data 9 (1), 488, 2022
Variation in Bluegill catch rates and total length distributions among four sampling gears used in two Wisconsin lakes dominated by small fish
CJ Sullivan, HS Embke, KM Perales, SR Carpenter, MJ Vander Zanden, ...
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 39 (4), 714-724, 2019
Synthesizing professional opinion and published science to build a conceptual model of Walleye recruitment
CA Krabbenhoft, SA Ludsin, EA Marschall, RR Budnik, LZ Almeida, ...
Fisheries 48 (4), 141-156, 2023
Assessing the spawning potential of Grass Carp in the Sandusky River under varying conditions
HS Embke
University of Toledo, 2017
Production, biomass, and yield estimates for walleye populations in the Ceded Territory of Wisconsin from 1990-2017
H Embke, A Rypel, S Carpenter, G Sass, T Cichosz, J Hennessy, ...
Environmental Data Initiative, 2019
Thermal and Hydraulic Conditions Supporting the Recruitment of Asian Carp in Seiche Affected Rivers of Lake Erie Basin-A Case Study of the Lower Sandusky River in Ohio
DT Soong, S Santacruz, L Jones, T Garcia, PM Kočovský, H Embke
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2017, EP43A-1861, 2017
Inland recreational fisheries contribute nutritional benefits and economic value but are vulnerable to climate change
AJ Lynch, HS Embke, EA Nyboer, LE Wood, A Thorpe, SC Phang, ...
Nature Food, 1-11, 2024
Estimating lentic recreational fisheries catch and effort across the United States
MD Robertson, SR Midway, HS Embke, AL Kaz, M Lang, C Paukert, ...
Fisheries Management and Ecology 31 (1), e12650, 2024
Understanding Knowledge Systems and Adaptation Practices in Response to Extreme Precipitation Events: Insights from Community-Engaged Research in Massachusetts
C Sharkus, H Embke, CD Guzman
AGU23, 2023
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