|Climate change impacts on US coastal and marine ecosystems|
D Scavia, JC Field, DF Boesch, RW Buddemeier, V Burkett, DR Cayan, ...
Estuaries 25 (2), 149-164, 2002
|Top-down modeling and bottom-up dynamics: linking a fisheries-based ecosystem model with climate hypotheses in the Northern California Current|
JC Field, RC Francis, K Aydin
Progress in Oceanography 68 (2-4), 238-270, 2006
|Range expansion and trophic interactions of the jumbo squid, Dosidicus gigas, in the California Current|
JC Field, KEN Baltz, AJ Phillips, WA Walker
California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Report 48, 131, 2007
|Using productivity and susceptibility indices to assess the vulnerability of United States fish stocks to overfishing|
WS Patrick, P Spencer, J Link, J Cope, J Field, D Kobayashi, P Lawson, ...
Fishery Bulletin 108 (3), 305-322, 2010
|Does MPA mean ‘Major Problem for Assessments'? Considering the consequences of place‐based management systems|
JC Field, AE Punt, RD Methot, CJ Thomson
Fish and Fisheries 7 (4), 284-302, 2006
|Dealing with uncertainty in ecosystem models: the paradox of use for living marine resource management|
JS Link, TF Ihde, CJ Harvey, SK Gaichas, JC Field, JKT Brodziak, ...
Progress in Oceanography 102, 102-114, 2012
|The potential consequences of climate variability and change on coastal areas and marine resources: Report of the Coastal Areas and Marine Resources Sector Team, US National …|
DF Boesch, JC Field, D Scavia
US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration …, 2000
|Considering ecosystem-based fisheries management in the California Current|
JC Field, RC Francis
Marine Policy 30 (5), 552-569, 2006
|State of the California Current 2014-15: Impacts of the Warm-Water" Blob"|
AW Leising, ID Schroeder, SJ Bograd, J Abell, R Durazo, ...
California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports 56, 2015
|Mesoscale structure and oceanographic determinants of krill hotspots in the California Current: Implications for trophic transfer and conservation|
JA Santora, WJ Sydeman, ID Schroeder, BK Wells, JC Field
Progress in Oceanography 91 (4), 397-409, 2011
|Use of productivity and susceptibility indices to determine stock vulnerability, with example applications to six US fisheries|
WS Patrick, P Spencer, OA Ormseth, JM Cope, JC Field, DR Kobayashi, ...
|Extreme plasticity in life‐history strategy allows a migratory predator (jumbo squid) to cope with a changing climate|
HJT Hoving, WF Gilly, U Markaida, KJ Benoit‐Bird, ZW ‐Brown, P Daniel, ...
Global change biology 19 (7), 2089-2103, 2013
|State of the California Current 2009-2010: Regional variation persists through transition from La Niņa to El Niņo (and back?)|
EP Bjorkstedt, R Goericke, S McClatchie, E Weber, W Watson, N Lo, ...
California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports 51, 39-69, 2010
|State of the California Current 2015–16: comparisons with the 1997–98 El Niņo|
California cooperative oceanic fisheries investigations. Data report 57, 2016
|Interannual variation in pelagic juvenile rockfish (Sebastes spp.) abundance – going with the flow|
S Ralston, KM Sakuma, JC Field
Fisheries Oceanography 22 (4), 288-308, 2013
|Untangling the relationships among climate, prey and top predators in an ocean ecosystem|
BK Wells, JC Field, JA Thayer, CB Grimes, SJ Bograd, WJ Sydeman, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 364, 15-29, 2008
|Combined climate‐ and prey‐mediated range expansion of Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas), a large marine predator in the California Current System|
JS Stewart, EL Hazen, SJ Bograd, JEK Byrnes, DG Foley, WF Gilly, ...
Global change biology 20 (6), 1832-1843, 2014
|State of the California Current 2010-2011: Regionally variable responses to a strong (but fleeting?) La Niņa|
EP BjorkstEdt, R Goericke, S McClatchie, E Weber, W Watson, N Lo, ...
CalCOFI Rep 52, 36-68, 2011
|Impacts of depleting forage species in the California Current|
IC Kaplan, CJ Brown, EA Fulton, IA Gray, JC Field, ADM Smith
Environmental Conservation 40 (4), 380-393, 2013
|Spatial ecology of krill, micronekton and top predators in the central California Current: Implications for defining ecologically important areas|
JA Santora, JC Field, ID Schroeder, KM Sakuma, BK Wells, WJ Sydeman
Progress in Oceanography 106, 154-174, 2012