Recent Staff Publications

As the research arm of NOAA Fisheries in the Northeast Region, NEFSC annually produces about 350 scientific and technical publications, reports, and abstracts, and sponsors many other such works. Some of the most recent publications by NEFSC staff are listed below. Options on this site allow you see lists of publications by type, search for publications using filters, and sort and export your results. Contact Jarita Davis with any questions or corrections.

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Accepted

Sean M. Lucey SM, Aydin KY, Gaichas SK, Cadrin SX, Fay G, Fogarty MJ, Punt A. Accepted. Estimation of Commercial Fishing Trip Costs using Sea Sampling Data. Mar Resour Econ.
 

2024

Terceiro M. 2024. The Summer Flounder Chronicles IV : four decades of population dynamics, 1976-2022. CRD 24-04: 137 P.. Online at: https://doi.org/10.25923/6x52-6728
 
Sheehan TF, Gargan P, Kerr B, Nevoux M, Ravn M, Nygaard R, Bradbury IR, Robertson MJ, O Maoileidigh N. 2024. The International Sampling Program: continent of origin and biological characteristics of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) collected at West Greenland in 2020 and 2021. CRD 24-01: 69 P.. Online at: https://doi.org/10.25923/wdw0-qw28
 
Swenson JD, Brooks EN, Kacev D, Boyd C, Kinney MJ, Marcy-Quay B, Seveque A, Feldheim KA, Komoroske LM. 2024. Accounting for unobserved population dynamics and aging error in close-kin mark-recapture assessments. Ecol Evol. 14(2):e10854. Online at: https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.10854
 
Northeast Fisheries Science Center. 2024. 2023 Experimental On-Demand Lobster Fishery in Vertical Line Closures. TM 316: 17 P.. Online at: https://doi.org/10.25923/n4fm-8155
 
Li C, Deroba JJ, Miller TJ, Legault CM, Perretti CT. 2024. An evaluation of common stock assessment diagnostic tools for choosing among state-space models with multiple random effects processes. Fish Res. 273:106968. Online at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2024.106968
 
Friedland KD, Nielsen JM, Record NR, Brady DC, Morrow CJ. 2024. The phenology of the spring phytoplankton bloom in the North Atlantic does not trend with temperature. Elem Sci Anth. 12(1):00111. Online at: https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.2023.00111
 
Northeast Fisheries Science Center. 2024. Butterfish Research Track Assessment Report. CRD 24-03: 191 P.. Online at: https://doi.org/10.25923/a8xr-q625
 
Sheehan TF, Brown B, Ellingson B, Josset Q, Maxwell H, Ravn M, Nygaard R, Bradbury IR, Robertson MJ. 2024. The International Sampling Program: continent of origin and biological characteristics of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) collected at West Greenland in 2022. CRD 24-02: 54 P.. Online at: https://doi.org/10.25923/4pk9-9d40
 
Sigourney DB, Orphanides CD, Palka DL. 2024. Estimates of seabird bycatch in commercial fisheries off the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic coasts of the United States from 2017-2019. TM 317: 43 p.. Online at: https://doi.org/10.25923/7tr0-fk53
 
Alleway H, Jones R, Hancock B, Kirk S, Reeves S, Waters T, Davis J, Heckathorn J, Schillaci M, Rose J, Brown J, Roberts S, Jeffs A, Byron C. 2024. A global monitoring, evaluation and learning framework for regenerative and restorative aquaculture: Helping nature thrive through aquaculture. Case studies prepared for The Nature Conservancy. Online at: https://www.aquaculturescience.org/global-mel-framework/
 
Precoda K. 2024. Estimates of cetacean and pinniped bycatch in the New England and Mid-Atlantic gillnet fisheries, 2022. CRD 24-06: 20 P.. Online at: https://doi.org/10.25923/fw5f-nk10
 
Precoda K, Lyssikatos M. 2024. Estimates of cetacean and pinniped bycatch in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic bottom trawl fisheries, 2022. CRD 24-05: 15 P.. Online at: https://doi.org/10.25923/v0b0-8m26
 
Methratta ET. 2024. Ecological indicators to monitor offshore wind interactions with fisheries resources . ICES J Mar Sci. fsae017. Online at: https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsae017
 
Denton JSS, Kneebone J, Yang L, Lynghammar A, McElroy D, Corrigan S, Jakobsdottir K, Miri C, Simpson M, Naylor GJP. 2024. Mitogenomic evidence of population differentiation of thorny skate, Amblyraja radiata, in the North Atlantic. J Fish Biol. Online at: https://doi.org/10.1111/jfb.15689