Publications submitted in 2005

Bowen, Brian W., Benjamin M. Bolker et al, 2004. Natal homing in juvenile loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta). Molecular Ecology (2004) 13: 3797-3808.

Brill, Richard W., Keith A. Bigelow, Michael M. Musyl, Kerstin A. Fritsches, and Eric J. Warrant, 2005. Bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) behavior and physiology and their relevance to stock assessments and fishery biology. Col. Vol. Sci. Pap. ICCAT, 57(2): 142-161 (2005).

Cai, Junning, PingSun Leung, Minling Pan, and Sam Pooley, 2005. Economic linkage impacts of Hawaii's longline fishing regulations. Fisheries Research, 74 (2005): 232-242.

Cai, Junning, PingSun Leung, Minling Pan, and Samuel Pooley, 2005. Linkage of fisheries sector to Hawaii's economy and economic impacts of longline fishing regulations. SOEST Publication 05-01, JIMAR Contribution 05-355, 24 pp. (PDF, 811 KB).

Hoyle, S.D., and Maunder, M.N., 2004. A Bayesian integrated population dynamics model to analyze data for protected species. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, 27(1): 247-266.

Kaneko, J. John, and Paul K. Bartram, 2005. Operational profile of a highliner in the American Samoa small-scale (alia) longliner albacore fishery. SOEST Publication 05-03, JIMAR Contribution 05-357, 34 pp. (PDF, 1.1 MB).

McClelland, G.B., Kraft, C.S., Michaud, D., Russell, J.C., Mueller, C.R., Moyes, C.D., 2004. Leptin and the control of respiratory gene expression in muscle. Biochiim. Biophys. Acta, 1688: 86-93.

Moyes, C.D, 2004. Controlling muscle mitochondrial content. J. Exp. Biol., 206: 4385-439.

Nemoto, Keiichi, 2005. Regulatory impact analysis for pelagic fisheries management in Hawaii: A spatially disaggregated nonlinear programming model. SOEST Publication 05-01, JIMAR Contribution 04-353, 40 pp. (PDF, 3.4 MB).

Okuyama, Toshinori, and Benjamin M. Bolker, 2005. Combining genetic and ecological data to estimate sea turtle origins. Ecological Applications, 15(1), 2005, pp. 315-325.

Peterson, Aaron, 2005. 1997 Hawaii fishery input-output model and methodology. SOEST Publication 05-02, JIMAR Contribution 05-356, 30 pp. (PDF 540 KB).

Pradhan, Naresh C., and PingSun Leung, 2004. Modeling entry, stay and exit decisions of the longline fishers in Hawaii. Marine Policy, v 28: 311-324.

Pradhan, Naresh C., and PingSun Leung, 2004. Modeling trip choice behavior of the longline fishers in Hawaii. Fisheries Research, v 68: 209-224.

Swimmer, Y., R. Arauz, B. Higgins, L. McNaughton, M. McCracken, J. Ballestero, and R. Brill, 2005. Food color and marine turtle feeding behavior: Can blue bait reduce turtle bycatch in commercial fisheries?. Marine Ecology Progress Series, v. 295: 273-278, June 23, 2005.

Swimmer, Y., L. McNaughton, C. Moyes, and R. Brill, 2004. Metabolic biochemistry of cardiac muscle in three tuna species (bigeye, Thunnus obesus; yellowfin, T. albacares; and skipjack, Katsuwonus pelamis) with divergent ambient temperature and oxygen tolerances. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry (2004), 30: 27-35.

Walsh, William A., Russell Y. Ito, Kurt E. Kawamoto, and Marti McCracken, 2005. Analysis of logbook accuracy for blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) in the Hawaii-based longline fishery with a generalized additive model and commercial sales data. Fisheries Research 75: 175-192.

Ward, Peter and Ransom A. Meyers, 2005. Inferring the depth distribution of catchability for pelagic fishes and correcting for variations in the depth of longline fishing gear. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 62: 1130-1142 (2005).

Ward, Peter, and Ransom A. Myers, 2005. Shifts in open-ocean fish communities coinciding with the commencement of commercial fishing. Ecology, 86(4), 2005, pp. 835-847.

Ward, P., Myers, R. A., Blanchard, W., 2004. Fish lost at sea: the effect of soak time and timing on pelagic longline catches. Fishery Bulletin 102:179-195.

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