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2019
Bellquist L., Beyer S., Arrington M., Maeding J., Siddall A., Fischer P., Hyde J., Wegner NC.  2019.  Effectiveness of descending devices to mitigate the effects of barotrauma among rockfishes (Sebastes spp.) in California recreational fisheries. 215:44-52.
Kuriyama P.T, Branch T.A, Hicks A.C, Harms J.H, Hamel O.S.  2019.  Investigating three sources of bias in hook-and-line surveys: survey design, gear saturation, and multispecies interactions. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 76:192-207.
Giron-Nava A., Johnson A.F, Cisneros-Montemayor A.M, Aburto-Oropeza O.  2019.  Managing at Maximum Sustainable Yield does not ensure economic well-being for artisanal fishers. Fish and Fisheries. 20:214-223.
2018
Kauer K., Bellquist L., Gleason M., Rubinstein A., Sullivan J., Oberhoff D., Damrosch L., Norvell M., Bell M..  2018.  Reducing bycatch through a risk pool: A case study of the US West Coast groundfish fishery. Marine Policy. 96:90-99.
2015
Squires D, Vestergaard N..  2015.  Productivity growth, catchability, stock assessments, and optimum renewable resource use. Marine Policy. 62:309-317.