John Wiedenmann
John Wiedenmann
Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources - Rutgers Univeristy
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Fishing through marine food webs
TE Essington, AH Beaudreau, J Wiedenmann
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (9), 3171-3175, 2006
Impacts of historical warming on marine fisheries production
CM Free, JT Thorson, ML Pinsky, KL Oken, J Wiedenmann, OP Jensen
Science 363 (6430), 979-983, 2019
An evaluation of harvest control rules for data‐poor fisheries
J Wiedenmann, MJ Wilberg, TJ Miller
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33 (4), 845-860, 2013
Temperature-dependent growth of Antarctic krill: predictions for a changing climate from a cohort model
J Wiedenmann, K Cresswell, M Mangel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 358, 191-202, 2008
Connecting recruitment of Antarctic krill and sea ice
J Wiedenmann, KA Cresswell, M Mangel
Limnology and Oceanography 54 (3), 799-811, 2009
Exploring the effects of reductions in krill biomass in the Southern Ocean on blue whales using a state-dependent foraging model
J Wiedenmann, KA Cresswell, J Goldbogen, J Potvin, M Mangel
Ecological Modelling 222 (18), 3366-3379, 2011
Diel vertical migration of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) is flexible during advection across the Scotia Sea
KA Cresswell, GA Tarling, SE Thorpe, MT Burrows, J Wiedenmann, ...
Journal of Plankton Research 31 (10), 1265-1281, 2009
Density-dependent overwinter survival in young-of-year bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix)? A new approach for assessing stage-structured survival
J Wiedenmann, TE Essington
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63 (9), 1934-1943, 2006
Sustainable exploitation and management of autogenic ecosystem engineers: application to oysters in Chesapeake Bay
MJ Wilberg, JR Wiedenmann, JM Robinson
Ecological Applications 23 (4), 766-776, 2013
Can macaroni penguins keep up with climate-and fishing-induced changes in krill?
KA Cresswell, J Wiedenmann, M Mangel
Polar biology 31 (5), 641-649, 2008
An evaluation of acceptable biological catch (ABC) harvest control rules designed to limit overfishing
J Wiedenmann, M Wilberg, A Sylvia, T Miller
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 74 (7), 1028-1040, 2017
The refined ORCS approach: a catch-based method for estimating stock status and catch limits for data-poor fish stocks
CM Free, OP Jensen, J Wiedenmann, JJ Deroba
Fisheries Research 193, 60-70, 2017
Autocorrelated error in stock assessment estimates: implications for management strategy evaluation
J Wiedenmann, MJ Wilberg, A Sylvia, TJ Miller
Fisheries Research 172, 325-334, 2015
Uncertainty in stock assessment estimates for New England groundfish and its impact on achieving target harvest rates
J Wiedenmann, OP Jensen
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75 (3), 342-356, 2018
Valuing changes in frequency of fish stock assessments
B Hutniczak, D Lipton, J Wiedenmann, M Wilberg
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 76 (9), 1640-1652, 2019
Modelling the effects of UV radiation on the survival of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba Dana) in the face of limited data
M Mangel, K Richerson, KA Cresswell, JR Wiedenmann
Ecological Modelling 221 (17), 2095-2101, 2010
A Review of Rebuilding Plans for Overfished Stocks in the United States
J Wiedenmann, M Americas, M Mangel
Lenfest Ocean Program, Washington, DC, 2006
Updated status of cowcod, Sebastes levis, in the Southern California Bight
EJ Dick, S Ralston, D Pearson, J Wiedenmann
Pacific Fishery Management Council, Portland, OR, 2009
Transient population dynamics and viable stage or age distributions for effective conservation and recovery
J Wiedenmann, M Fujiwara, M Mangel
Biological Conservation 142 (12), 2990-2996, 2009
The certainty of uncertainty in marine conservation and what to do about it
AT Bednarek, AB Cooper, KA Cresswell, M Mangel, WH Satterthwaite, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science 87 (2), 177-195, 2011
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