Peer-reviewed Papers

  • Year: 2024 Fish and Fisheries

    Lin Z., S. Ito (2024). Fish weight reduction in response to intra- and interspecies competition under climate change. Fish and Fisheries, 25, 455-470 doi:10.1111/faf.12818
  • Year: 2024 Nature Reviews Microbiology

    Jiao, N., Luo, T., Chen, Q., Zhao, Z., Xiao, X., Liu, J., ... & Robinson, C. (2024). The microbial carbon pump and climate change. Nature Reviews Microbiology, 1-12.
  • Year: 2024 Marine Ecology Progress Series (MEPS)

    This Special Issue includes contributions from the 2022 international (ICES, PICES, FAO) symposium on Small Pelagic Fish: New Frontiers in Science for Sustainable Management. Editors: Myron Peck, Ignacio Catalán, Susana Garrido, Ryan Rykaczewski, Rebecca Asch, Jan McDowell, Elliott Hazen, Isaak Kaplan
    Small Pelagic Fish: New Research Frontiers
  • Year: 2024 Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (CJFAS)

    This Special Issue includes contributions from the 2022 international (ICES, PICES, FAO) symposium on Small Pelagic Fish: New Frontiers in Science for Sustainable Management. Editors: Chris Rooper, Molly Ahern, Jennifer Boldt, Sarah Gaichas, Cecile Hansen, Richard Nash, Andres Uruiarte, Tim Ward
    Small Pelagic Fish: New Frontiers in Science for Sustainable Management
    (also here)
  • Year: 2024 Frontiers in Marine Science

    Jang S-J, Jo K, Jang S, Nishizawa H, Kim M, Balazs G, Im J, Suk HY, Kim B-Y and Kim T (2024) Connectivity between sea turtles off Jeju Island on the Korean Peninsula, and other populations in the western Pacific. Front. Mar. Sci. 11:1281897.
  • Year: 2023 eLife

    Lindmark M., M. Karlsson, A. Gårdmark. Larger but younger fish when growth outpaces mortality in heated ecosystem. eLife, 12:e82996. May 9, 2023.
  • Year: 2023 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    Lindmark M., S. C. Anderson, M. Gogina, M. Casini. Evaluating drivers of spatiotemporal variability in individual condition of a bottom-associated marine fish, Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). ICES Journal of Marine Science, Volume 80, Issue 5, July 2023, Pages 1539–1550.
  • Year: 2023 Ecology

    Campana, S.E., S. Smoliński, B.A. Black, J. R. Morrongiello, S.J. Alexandroff, C. Andersson, B. Bogstad, P.G. Butler, C. Denechaud, and D.C. Frank. Growth portfolios buffer climate‐linked environmental change in marine systems. Ecology, 104, e3918. March, 2023.
  • Year: 2023 Oceanology

    Kodryan K.V., Kivva K.K., Zubarevich V.L., Pedchenko A.P. Water masses in the western Chukchi Sea in August 2019 and their hydrochemical features. Oceanology, Vol. 63, No. 3, pp. 314–324.
  • Year: 2023 Bulleting of the American Meteorological Society

    Boyer et al. Effects of the Pandemic on Observing the Global Ocean. Bulleting of the American Meteorological Society. 104: E389-E410.
  • Year: 2023 Progress in Oceanography

    William J. Sydeman, Sarah Ann Thompson, Marisol García-Reyes, Caitlin Kroeger, Brian Hoover, Sonia D. Batten, Nora A. Rojek. Effects of currents and temperature on ecosystem productivity in Unimak Pass, Alaska, a premier seabird and biodiversity hotspot. Progress in Oceanography, Vol. 216,103082, ISSN 0079-6611.
  • Year: 2023 Progress in Oceanography

    Ueno et al. (2023) Review of oceanic mesoscale processes in the North Pacific: Physical and biogeochemical impacts.
    Progress in Oceanography 212.
  • Year: 2022 Communications Biology

    Peter van der Sleen, P., P. A. Zuidema, J. Morrongiello, J. L. J. Ong, R. R. Rykaczewski, W. J. Sydeman, E. Di Lorenzo, and B. A. Black. Interannual temperature variability is a principal driver of low-frequency fluctuations in marine fish populations. Communications Biology 5, 28. 11 January, 2022.
  • Year: 2022 Ecology Letters

    Wootton, H.F., J.R. Morrongiello, T. Schmitt, and A. Audzijonyte. Smaller adult fish size in warmer water is not explained by elevated metabolism. Ecology Letters, 25:1177-1188. May, 2022.
  • Year: 2022 Global change biology

    Lindmark M., A. Audzijonyte, J. L. Blanchard, and A. Gårdmark. Temperature impacts on fish physiology and resource abundance lead to faster growth but smaller fish sizes and yields under warming. Global change biology, 28, 6239-6253. July, 2022.
  • Year: 2022 The Biological Bulletin

    Audzijonyte A., E. Jakubavičiūtė, M. Lindmark, and S. A. Richards. Mechanistic temperature-size rule explanation should reconcile physiological and mortality responses to temperature. The Biological Bulletin, Volume 243, Number 2, 220-238. October, 2022
  • Year: 2022 The Biological Bulletin

    Woods H. A., A. L. Moran, D. Atkinson, A. Audzijonyte, M. Berenbrink, F. O. Borges, K. G. Burnett, L. E. Burnett, C. J. Coates, R. Collin, E. M. Costa-Paiva, M. I. Duncan, R. Ern, E. M. J. Laetz, L. A. Levin, M. Lindmark, N. M. Lucey, L. R. McCormick, J. J. Pierson, R. Rosa, M. R. Roman, E. Sampaio, P. M. Schulte, E. A. Sperling, A. Walczyńska, and W.C. Verberk. Integrative approaches to understanding organismal responses to aquatic deoxygenation. The Biological Bulletin, Volume 243, Number 2, 85-103. October, 2022.
  • Year: 2022 Fisheries Management and Ecology

    Jenkins, G. P., R. A. Coleman, J. S. Barrow, and J. R. Morrongiello. Environmental drivers of fish population dynamics in an estuarine ecosystem of south-eastern Australia. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 29, 693-707. October, 2022.
  • Year: 2022 Marine Pollution Bulletin

    Jo K et al. (2022) Possible link between derelict fishing gear and sea turtle strandings in coastal areas.
    Marine Pollution Bulletin. 185.
  • Year: 2022 Frontiers in Immunology

    Emam M et al. Gill and Liver Transcript Expression Changes Associated With Gill Damage in Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar).
    Frontiers in Immunology. 2022;13.
  • Year: 2022 Harmful Algae

    Boivin-Rioux A et al. Harmful algae and climate change on the Canadian East Coast: Exploring occurrence predictions of Dinophysis acuminata, D. norvegica, and Pseudo-nitzschia seriata.
    Harmful Algae. 2022 Feb 1;112:102183. DOI: 10.1016/j.hal.2022.102183

    Esenkulova S et al. Indications that algal blooms may affect wild salmon in a similar way as farmed salmon.
    Harmful Algae. 2022 Oct 1;118:102310. DOI: 10.1016/j.hal.2022.102310
  • Year: 2022 Fisheries Research

    Planas et al. (2022) Integrating biological research, fisheries science and management of Pacific halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis) across the North Pacific Ocean.
  • Year: 2022 Innovation
    Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences

    These 3 papers are the products of PICES Working Group 46 activities.

    Cai, W. J., & Jiao, N. (2022). Wastewater alkalinity addition as a novel approach for ocean negative carbon emissions. The Innovation, 3(4), 100272

    Liu, J., Robinson, C., Wallace, D., Legendre, L., & Jiao, N. (2022). Ocean negative carbon emissions: A new UN Decade program. The Innovation, 3(5), 100302. The Innovation, 3(5), 100302

    Wang, Y., Lu, Y., Liu, J., & Zhang, C. (2022). Advocating eco-engineering approach for ocean carbon negative emission. Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Chinese Version), 36(3), 279-287
  • Year: 2022 Environmental Pollution

    These 3 papers are the products of PICES Working Group 42 activities.

    Savoca, M.S., et al.
    Towards a North Pacific Ocean long-term monitoring program for plastic pollution: A review and recommendations for plastic ingestion bioindicators.
    Environmental Pollution, Vol. 310, 1 Oct. 2022, 119861

    Uhrin, A.V., Hong, S., Burgess, H.K., Lim, S. and Dettloff, K.
    Towards a North Pacific long-term monitoring program for ocean plastic pollution: A systematic review and recommendations for shorelines.
    Environmental Pollution, Vol. 310, 1 Oct. 2022, 119862

    Shim, W.J., Kim, S.K., Lee, J., Eo, S., Kim, J.S. and Sun, C.
    Toward a long-term monitoring program for seawater plastic pollution in the north Pacific Ocean: Review and global comparison.
    Environmental Pollution, Vol. 311, 15 Oct. 2022, 119911
  • Year: 2022 IPCC Report

    Authors (including PICES Members)
    Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability
    The Working Group II contribution to the Sixth Assessment Report assesses the impacts of climate change, looking at ecosystems, biodiversity, and human communities at global and regional levels. It also reviews vulnerabilities and the capacities and limits of the natural world and human societies to adapt to climate change. IPCC Report, AR6 WKII, Feb. 2022 (S-CCME)
  • Year: 2022 Deep Sea Research, Part II

    Batten, S.D., Ostle, C., Hélaouët, P. and Walne, A.W.
    Responses of Gulf of Alaska plankton communities to a marine heat wave.
    Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography
    Vol. 195, Jan. 2022, 105002, ISSN 0967-0645 (MONITOR)
  • Year: 2021 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

    Wootton, H. F., A. Audzijonyte, and J. Morrongiello. Multigenerational exposure to warming and fishing causes recruitment collapse, but size diversity and periodic cooling can aid recovery. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118, e2100300118. 26 April, 2021.
  • Year: 2021 Global Change Biology

    Morrongiello, J. R., P. L. Horn, C. Ó Maolagáin, and P. J. H. Sutton. Synergistic effects of harvest and climate drive synchronous somatic growth within key New Zealand fisheries. Global Change Biology. 2021:1193.
  • Year: 2021 Frontiers in Marine Science

    Esenkulova S et al. Harmful Algae and Oceanographic Conditions in the Strait of Georgia, Canada Based on Citizen Science Monitoring. Frontiers in Marine Science. 27,1470-1484. April, 2021.
  • Year: 2021 Marine Drugs

    McIntyre L, Miller A, Kosatsky T. Changing trends in paralytic shellfish poisonings reflect increasing sea surface temperatures and practices of Indigenous and recreational harvesters in British Columbia, Canada.
    Marine Drugs. 2021 Oct 14;19(10):568.
  • Year: 2021 Harmful Algae

    McKenzie CH et al. Three decades of Canadian marine harmful algal events: Phytoplankton and phycotoxins of concern to human and ecosystem health. Harmful Algae. 2021 Feb 1;102:101852. DOI: 10.1016/j.hal.2020.101852
  • Year: 2021 Environmental Health Insights

    Rashidi H et al. Monitoring, managing, and communicating risk of harmful algal blooms (HABs) in recreational resources across Canada.
    Environmental Health Insights. 2021 May;15. DOI: 10.1177/11786302211014401
  • Year: 2021 Communications Earth & Environment

    Perceived global increase in algal blooms is attributable to intensified monitoring and emerging bloom impacts (Hallegraeff, G.M., Anderson, D.M., Belin, C. et al.)
    Nature Commun, Earth Environ 2, 117 (2021).
  • Year: 2021 Ecological Indicators

    Council additionally approved US$2500 for Open Access fees for
    Quantifying ecosystem responses to environmental and human pressures in the marine ecosystem off the west coast of Vancouver Island (Jennifer L. Boldt, Elliott L. Hazen, Mary E. Hunsicker, Caihong Fu, R. Ian Perry, Xiujuan Shan).
    Ecological Indicators, Vol. 132, 2021 (WG36)
  • Year: 2021 Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Developing Ocean Negative Carbon Emission Technology to Support National Carbon Neutralization (Jiao Nianzhi)
    Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Chinese Version), 2021, pp. 36
  • Year: 2021 Earth Sciences

    Excessive greenhouse gas emissions from wastewater treatment plants by using the chemical oxygen demand standard (Zongqing Lv, Xiaoyu Shan, Xilin Xiao, Ruanhong Cai, Yao Zhang & Nianzhi Jiao)
    Science China Earth Sciences, Volume 65, November 2021, Pages 87–95
  • Year: 2021 Earth System Science Data

    Coastal Ocean Data Analysis Product in North America (CODAP-NA) – an internally consistent data product for discrete inorganic carbon, oxygen, and nutrients on the North American ocean margins (Li-Qing Jiang et. al.)
    Earth Syst. Sci. Data, Vol. 13, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 2777–2799
  • Year: 2021 The Innovation

    Technologies and perspectives for achieving carbon neutrality (Wang, F. et al.)
    The Innovation, Vol. 2, Issue 4, November 2021
  • Year: 2021 Progress in Oceanography

    Climate Zoopl and Salmon (Edited by Dr. Enrique Curchitser, Dr. Skip McKinnell, Dr. Hal Batchelder, Dr. Hans Dam, Dr. Eric Bjorkstedt, Dr. Sam McClatchie, Dr. So Kawaguchi) Prog. Oceanogr., 2021, Last update 5 March 2021 (In Progress)

    Dr. Bill Peterson (born 1942) passed away on August 12, 2017 after having bravely faced cancer for the past three years. Bill was an oceanographer, marine biologist and climate scientist for NOAA, who most recently (since 1995) worked at the NOAA lab co-located in the Hatfield Marine Science Center complex (Newport, Oregon) as a senior scientist for more than 20 years. Prior to that, he worked for NOAA in Silver Spring, Maryland (1992-95), where he was the Program Manager of the US GLOBEC Program and Director of US GLOBEC Interagency Program Coordination Office. In 2016 he was awarded a Distinguished Career Award by NOAA and three times he was a NOAA Bronze Awardee (2004, 2005, 2008). Bill provided leadership and service to a number of national or international initiatives. These include the North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES), US GLOBEC, and Eastern Pacific Oceanography Conferences (EPOC). He also organized the first two annual workshops on “Ecology of Juvenile Salmonids in the Coastal Zone off the West Coast of North America” (1999 and 2000).

    To honor Bill, his friends and colleagues have organized a commemorative issue focusing on topics related to Dr. Peterson's interests in:

    1. zooplankton rate measurements (molting, growth, production, etc.)
    2. the importance of zooplankton species composition and distribution in informing about ocean conditions and advective processes
    3. using ocean ecology, including lower trophic indices, and local to basin scale physical indices for forecasting future Pacific salmon and higher trophic level (birds/mammals) conditions
    4. observing and documenting climate events and anomalous conditions and responses of the California Current ecosystem
    5. investigations of the ecology, abundance, and behavior of krill (euphausiids).
  • Year: 2021 Progress in Oceanography

    Small Pelagic Fish in the New Millennium: A bottom-up view of global research effort (Peck M.A., Alheit J., Bertrand A., Catalán I.A., Garrido S., Moyano M., Rykaczewski R., Takasuka A., van der Lingen C.D.) Prog. Oceanogr., 2021, Feb, Vol. 191 (Open Access)

    This review paper is an outcome of discussions at the 2017 International Symposium on Drivers of Dynamics of Small Pelagic Fish ( and is a first contribution of a new PICES-ICES Working Group on Small Pelagic Fish (SPF) to continue world-wide collaboration to advance knowledge on the drivers of populations of SPF. To reveal emerging global research trends on SPF as opposed to more recently published, ecosystem-specific reviews of SPF, this paper considered the literature published in two, 6-year periods in the new millennium (2001–2006, and 2011–2016), straddling the publication of a large, global review of the dynamics of SPF in 2009. Published research efforts within 16 different biogeographic ocean regions were compiled (more than 900 studies) and compared to identify (i) new milestones and advances in our understanding, (ii) emerging research trends and (iii) remaining gaps in knowledge.
  • Year: 2020 Frontiers in Marine Science

    A special issue of Frontiers in Marine Science (on North Pacific Climate and Ecosystem Predictability on Seasonal to Decadal Timescales), containing 15 papers, resulting from the 2019 Qingdao workshop and papers from the PICES-2019 Annual Meeting in Victoria. Editors: S. Minobe, A. Capotondi, F. Chai, M. Jacox, M Nonaka, and R. Rykaczewski.
  • Year: 2020 Harmful Algae

    A paper on “Future HAB science: Directions and challenges in a changing climate” (Authors: M.L. Wells, B. Karlson, A. Wulff, R. Kudela , C. Trick, V. Asnaghi, E. Berdalet, W. Cochlan, K. Davison, M. De Rijcke, S. Dutkiewicz, K.J. Flynn, C. Legrand, H. Paerl, J. Silke, S. Suikkanen, P. Thompson, and V. L. Trainer) was developed from breakout group discussions on coordinating strategies for studying HAB phenomena during the Scientific Symposium on “Harmful Algal Blooms and Climate Change” held May 19-22, 2015 in Göteborg, Sweden. Authors include members from the PICES Section on Harmful Algal Blooms and GlobalHAB Scientific Steering Committee.

    A paper on “Pelagic harmful algal blooms and climate change: Lessons from nature’s experiments with extremes” (Authors: V.L. Trainer, S.K. Moore, G. Hallegraeff, R.M. Kudela, A. Clement, J.I. Madrones, and W.P. Cochlan) Authors include members from the PICES Section on Harmful Algal Blooms.

    These papers are part of a special issue on “Climate change and harmful algal blooms” (C. J. Gobler, ed.) in Harmful Algae, Vol. 91.
  • Year: 2020 National Science Review

    Microbes mediated comprehensive carbon sequestration for negative emissions in the ocean (Nianzhi Jiao, Jihua Liu, Fanglue Jiao, Quanrui Chen, Xiaoxue Wang)
    Nat. Sci. Rev., Volume 7, Issue 12, December 2020, Pages 1858–1860
  • Year: 2019 Frontiers in Marine Science

    Perspectives on in situ sensors for ocean acidification research, 2019 (Authors: Akash R. Sastri, James R. Christina, Eric P. Achterber, Dariia Atamanchuk, Justin J.H. Buck, Philip Bresnahan, Patrick J. Duke, Wiley Evans, Stephen F. Ganski, Bruce Johnson, S. Kim Juniper, Steve Mihaly, Lisa A. Miller, Mike Morely, Dave Murphy, Shin-ichiro Nakaoka, Tsuneo Ono, George Parker, Kule Simpson and Tomohiko Tsunoda). Frontiers in Marine Science, Vol. 6, Article 653
  • Year: 2019 Progress in Oceanography

    Evaluation of trade-offs in traditional methodologies for measuring metazooplankton growth rates: Assumptions, advantages and disadvantages for field applications (T. Kobari, A.R. Sastri, L. Yebra, H. Liu, R.R. Hopcroft) Prog. Oceanogr., Nov. 2019, Vol. 178
  • Year: 2019 Deep Sea Research, Part II

    The special issue of Deep-Sea Research II on "Understanding changes in transitional areas of the Pacific Ocean" (edited by Salvador Lluch-Cota, Phoebe Woodworth-Jefcoats, Sachihiko Itoh, M. Angelica Peña, Shingo Kimura and François Colas) was published in December 2019 as Vol. 169–170 and includes the Editorial and 19 original research papers by scientists from 8 countries presented at the PICES Pacific Transitional Areas Symposium convened April 24-26, 2018, La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
  • Year: 2019 Frontiers in Marine Science

    A synthesis paper on Developing a social–ecological–environmental system framework to address climate change impacts in the North Pacific by the members of the Scientific Steering Committee of PICES’ integrative science program FUTURE (Forecasting and Understanding Trends, Uncertainty and Responses of North Pacific Marine Ecosystems) was published in June 2019 as a Perspective Article in Frontiers in Marine Science, Vol. 6, Article 333. The principal goal of FUTURE is to develop a social–ecological–environmental system (SEES) framework for investigating interactions across disciplinary dimensions in order to most effectively understand large-scale ecosystem changes and resulting impacts on coastal communities. The paper details this by applying SEES to four “crises” case studies. (Authors: Steven J. Bograd, Sukyung Kang, Emanuele Di Lorenzo, Toyomitsu Horii, Oleg N. Katugin, Jackie R. King, Vyacheslav B. Lobanov, Mitsutaku Makino, Guangshui Na, R. Ian Perry, Fangli Qiao, Ryan R. Rykaczewski, Hiroaki Saito, Thomas W. Therriault, Sinjae Yoo and Hal Batchelder).
  • Year: 2019 Fisheries Oceanography

    Runcie, R.M., Muhling, B.A., Hazen, E.L., Bograd, S.J., Garfield, T., and DiNardo, G. (2019). Environmental associations of Pacific bluefin tuna (Thunnus orientalis) catch in the California Current system. Fisheries Oceanography, Vol. 28, Issue 4, pp. 372-388, July 2019,
  • Year: 2019 CalCOFI Reports

    Dynamic habitat use of albacore and their primary prey species in the California Current System. Muhling B., A., Brodie, S., Jacox, M., Snodgrass, O., Dewar, H., Tommasi, D., Edwards, C. A., Xu, Y., Snyder, S., and Childers, J. 2019. CalCOFI Reports, 60: 79–93
  • Year: 2019 Marine Ecology Progress Series

    The Theme Section on “Drivers of dynamics of small pelagic fish resources: biology, management and human factors” is based on selected papers from the International Small Pelagic Fish (SPF) Symposium (March 6-11, 2017, Victoria, Canada) and, by using a comparative approach, provides fundamental insights into (1) the biology of SPF, (2) the drivers of SPF dynamics, and (3) the socioeconomic impacts of SPF fisheries. Such insights are urgently needed for ecosystem-based management of these highly variable fish populations. The Section includes the Introduction and 22 original research papers (9 of them are in Open Access).
    Organizer: Jürgen Alheit and Myron Peck
    Editors: Jürgen Alheit, Arnaud Bertrand, Richard Brodeur, Susana Garrido, Myron Peck, Martin Quaas, David Reid, Dominique Robert, Stelios Somarakis, Akinori Takasuka, Olivier Thébaud, Verena Trenkel
    Mar. Ecol. Progr. Ser., May 16, 2019, Vol. 617-618, pp. 1-376
  • Year: 2019 Deep Sea Research, Part II

    The special issue of Deep-Sea Research II on “Drivers of dynamics of small pelagic fish resources: environmental control of long-term changes” (edited by Jürgen Alheit, Ryan Rykaczewski, Svein Sundby and Emanuele Di Lorenzo) was published in January 2019 as Vol. 159, pp. 1-182 and includes the Editorial and 15 original research papers presented at the International PICES/ICES Small Pelagic Fish (SPF) Symposium (March 6-11, 2017, Victoria, Canada).
  • Year: 2019 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    Special issue based on 10 selected papers from the 4th International Symposium on Effects of climate change on the world’s oceans (ECCWO-4) (June 2-9, 2018, Washington, D.C., USA.)
    Special Issue: ICES J. Mar. Sci., Sep/Oct 2019, Vol. 76, Issue 5
  • Year: 2018 National Science Review

    This special issue is a collection of up-to-date syntheses on biological ocean carbon sequestration mechanisms and their relations with climate change. It comprises a guest editorial by Nianzhi Jiao, Zhengtang Guo, Louis Legendre, Curtis Suttle, Richard Rivkin, and Farooq Azam followed by six selected papers on the topic. The Microbial Carbon Pump (MCP) paradigm is shaping a new direction in ocean carbon-cycle research. Papers in this topic provide a benchmark for researchers and policy makers.
    Nat. Sci. Rev., July 2018, Vol.5, Issue 4, pp. 456-499
  • Year: 2018 FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper No. 627

    The PICES/ICES Expert Group on Climate Change Effects on Marine Ecosystems contributed Chapter 6: Climate change impacts, vulnerabilities and adaptations: North Pacific and Pacific Arctic marine fisheries. Kirstin Holsman, Anne Hollowed, Shin-ichi Ito, Steven Bograd, Elliott Hazen, Jackie King, Franz Mueter and R. Ian Perry
    In: Barange, M., Bahri, T., Beveridge, M.C.M., Cochrane, K.L., Funge-Smith, S. & Poulain, F., eds. 2018. Impacts of climate change on fisheries and aquaculture: synthesis of current knowledge, adaptation and mitigation options. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper No. 627. Rome, FAO. 628 pp.
    Full Report
    Executive Summary
  • Year: 2018 Special issue of Marine Pollution Bulletin

    The special issue of Marine Pollution Bulletin on “The effect of marine debris caused by the Great Japan Tsunami of 2011” (edited by Cathryn Clarke Murray, Hideaki Maki, Thomas Therriault and Nancy. Wallace) was published in July 2018 as Vol. 132, pp. 1-106 and includes the Introduction and 10 original research papers (all Open Access) by 30+ researchers on modeling, surveillance, monitoring, ecology and risk of species from the project referred to as ADRIFT ("Assessing the Debris-Related Impacts From Tsunami"). The project and publication are supported by funding provided by the Ministry of the Environment of Japan (MOE) through the North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES).
  • Year: 2018 Aquatic Invasions

    The special issue of Aquatic Invasions on “Transoceanic Dispersal of Marine Life from Japan to North America and the Hawaiian Islands as a Result of the Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011” (edited by James T. Carlton and Amy E. Fowler) was published in February 2018 as Volume 13, Issue 1, pp. 1-186, totalling more than 220 pages with supplementary files ( The special issue includes the Introduction, Co-Editors’ Preface and 12 papers (all Open Access) by 39 researchers, and provides an impressive amount of information, not just on Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris (JTMD) but on invasion biology globally.

    The Introduction to the special issue gives vignette summaries of examples of notable JTMD objects, and also details contributions to the knowledge of Japanese and North Pacific marine biota as a result of JTMD research. These contributions include new species, new species records for Japan, and a rediscovered species (last documented in 1929). A final summary table in the Introduction demonstrates examples of molecular genetic contributions to our understanding of JTMD biodiversity.

    This publication is supported by funding provided by the Ministry of the Environment of Japan (MOE) through the North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES).
  • Year: 2017 Science

    A paper titled Tsunami-driven rafting: Transoceanic species dispersal and implications for marine biogeography (Authors: James T. Carlton, John W. Chapman, Jonathan B. Geller, Jessica A. Miller, Deborah A. Carlton, Megan I. McCuller, Nancy C. Treneman, Brian P. Steves, Gregory M. Ruiz) was published as the “cover article” in Science. Research support for the PICES ADRIFT Project was provided by the Ministry of the Environment of Japan through the North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) and other sources.
    Science 29 Sep 2017: Vol. 357, Issue 6358, pp. 1402-1406 DOI: 10.1126/science.aao1498
  • Year: 2017 Oceanography

    A paper titled GlobalHAB: A new program to promote international research, observations, and Modeling of Harmful Algal Blooms in Aquatic Systems (Authors: E. Berdalet, R. Kudela, E. Urban, H. Enevoldsen, N. Banas, E. Bresnan, M. Burford, K. Davidson, C. J. Gobler, B. Karlson, P. T. Lim, L. Mackenzie, M. Montresor, V. L. Trainer, G. Usup, and K. Yin) was developed by the GlobalHAB Scientific Steering Committee and contributed to by the PICES Section on Harmful Algal Blooms. The entire special issue is on International Cooperation in Harmful Algal Bloom Science.
    Oceanography, Vol. 30 (No. 1), pp. 70-81, March 2017 (OPEN ACCESS)
  • Year: 2017 Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology

    PICES Working Group 31 on Emerging Topics in Marine Pollution published 15 papers and an introduction as a special issue of Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (Volume 73, Issue 2, pp. 171-347; Guest Editors: Tanya M. Brown and Hideshige Takada) in August 2017. The special issue is titled Indicators of Ocean Pollution in the North Pacific Ocean and is based on a selection of papers from a scientific session on indicators of emerging pollution issues in the North Pacific Ocean held at PICES-2015 in Qingdao, China. Indicators here are defined as entities that help to monitor pollution status and/or to evaluate their biological impacts. The special issue exemplifies how a variety of indicators can provide insight into the identification of legacy and emerging contaminants, the ranking of priority pollutants from various sources, and the impacts of contaminants on ecosystem health in the North Pacific. This issue provides the first compilation of research on marine pollution indicators in the North Pacific Ocean and provides guidance to inform mitigation and monitoring of contaminants in the region. These indicators may facilitate the tracking of environmental response to regulations and source control.
    Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., Aug. 2017, Volume 73, Issue 2, pp. 171-347
  • Year: 2017 Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology

    PICES Working Group 31 on Emerging Topics in Marine Pollution published 14 papers and an introduction as a special issue of Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (Volume 73, Issue 1, pp. 1-169; Guest Editors: Un Hyuk Yim and Jeffrey Short) in July 2017. The special issue is titled Ocean Spills and Accidents and is based on a selection of papers from a workshop titled “Marine environmental emergencies: detection, monitoring, response and impacts” held at PICES-2015 in Qingdao, China with co-sponsorship by the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) and the Northwest Pacific Action Plan (NOWPAP). The goal of this issue is to provide an introduction to the important ways that oil spills may harm the biota, habitats and ecosystems using invited and targeted reviews complemented by original research articles. Included are thoughts on the challenges posed by oil spills and to response authorities.
  • Year: 2017 Advances in Marine Biology

    A book chapter titled Advances in Biochemical Indices of Zooplankton Production (Authors: L. Yebra, T. Kobari, A.R. Sastri, F. Gusmão, and S. Hernández-León was published in Advances in Marine Biology, Volume 76, pp. 157-240. Members of PICES Working Group 37 (Zooplankton Production Methodologies, Applications and Measurements in PICES Regions contributed and co-authored this review publication.

    Abstract from the Book Chapter: Several new approaches for measuring zooplankton growth and production rates have been developed since the publication of the ICES (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea) Zooplankton Methodology Manual (Harris et al., 2000). In this review, we summarize the advances in biochemical methods made in recent years. Our approach explores the rationale behind each method, the design of calibration experiments, the advantages and limitations of each method and their suitability as proxies for in situ rates of zooplankton community growth and production. We also provide detailed protocols for the existing methods and information relevant to scientists wanting to apply, calibrate or develop these biochemical indices for zooplankton production.
  • Year: 2017 Annual Review of Marine Science

    This open-access publication was developed and supported by Working Group #146 of SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research) and Working Group #30 (Assessment of Marine Environmental Quality of Radiation around the North Pacific) of PICES (North Pacific Marine Science Organization).
    Fukushima Daiichi–Derived Radionuclides in the Ocean: Transport, Fate, and Impacts
    Ken Buesseler, Minhan Dai, Michio Aoyama, Claudia Benitez-Nelson, Sabine Charmasson, Kathryn Higley, Vladimir Maderich, Pere Masqu´e, Deborah Oughton, and John N. Smith
    Annual Review of Marine Science. 2017. Vol. 9, pp. 1.1-1.31
    Annu. Rev. Mar. Sci., 2016 (Review in Advance, changes may still occur prior to final publication)
  • Year: 2017 Progress in Oceanography

    A special issue of Progress in Oceanography (Volume 150, pp. 1-86; Guest Editors: Skip McKinnell, Michael Seki and Taro Ichii) titled “Advances in understanding of the North Pacific subtropical front and transition zone ecosystems” is based on a selection of papers from a similarly named scientific session at the PICES 2012 Annual Meeting in Hiroshima, Japan. The papers provide a substantial update of the knowledge about this highly productive and important transitional region in the North Pacific.
  • Year: 2015 Journal of Plankton Research

    2015 contributions to the ICES/PICES theme session: 'Interactions of gelatinous zooplankton within marine food webs' JPR, Oct. 2015, Vol. 37, Issue 5
  • Year: 2015 Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology

    Special issue based on selected papers from the PICES-2014 Topic Session on Marine debris in the Ocean: Sources, transport, fate and effects of macro- and micro-plastic (Guest Editors Won Joon Shim and Richard Thompson).
    Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., Oct. 2015, Vol. 69 , No. 3:265-373
  • Year: 2015 Harmful Algae

    Review paper, Harmful algal blooms and climate change: Learning from the past and present to forecast the future based on PICES and other organization sponsored workshop. (Authors: M. Wells, V. Trainer, T. Smayda, B. Karlson, C. Trick, R. Kudela, A. Ishikawa, S. Bernard, A. Wulff, D. Anderson and W. Cochlan)
    Harmful Algae, Vol. 49, pp. 68-93. In January 2016 this article was the most frequently downloaded article in Harmful Algae in the last 90 days.
  • Year: 2015 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    Special issue based on selected papers from the 3rd International Symposium on Effects of climate change on the world’s oceans (Mar 21-27, 2015, Santos, Brazil)
    ICES J. Mar. Sci., Nov./Dec. 2015, Vol. 72
  • Year: 2015 Progress in Oceanography

    This PICES special issue of Progress in Oceanography is dedicated to Dr. Bernard (Bern) Megrey, who was lost from PICES and his family far too early. Bern achieved many scientific accomplishments during his career in fisheries and oceanography and served PICES in many different roles, sometimes simultaneously. Bern is the only recipient of both of the major PICES awards–the PICES Ocean Monitoring Service Award (POMA) and the Wooster Award that recognizes individuals for significant scientific contributions to North Pacific marine science. The sixteen papers in this issue Combining Modeling and Observations to Better Understand Marine Ecosystem Dynamics (Guest Editors: E.Curchitser, K.Rose, S.Ito, M.Peck and M.Kishi) display some of the breadth of models in use for understanding the mechanisms linking environmental forcing to biological responses in ocean systems–it is a collection that Bern would be proud of. Prog. Oceanogr., Nov. 2015, Vol. 138, Part B, pp. 325-584
  • Year: 2014 Oceanography

    Joint PICES and ICES paper, “ICES and PICES Strategies for Coordinating Research on the Impacts of Climate Change on Marine Ecosystems” is a publication of the PICES Section and ICES Strategic Initiative on Climate Change Effects on Marine Ecosystems (SICCME). (Authors: S. Kim, A. Hollowed, M. Barange, and B. MacKenzie)
    Oceanography, Vol. 27 (No. 4), pp. 160-167. (OPEN ACCESS)

    Review paper, “Developing Ecosystem Indicators for Responses to Multiple Stressors” based on discussions during sessions and workshops organized by PICES Working Group 28. (Authors: J. Boldt, R. Martone, J. Samhouri, R.I. Perry, S. Itoh, I. Chung, M. Takahashi, and N. Yoshie)
    Oceanography, Vol. 27 (No. 4), pp. 116-133. (OPEN ACCESS)

  • Year: 2013 Marine Ecology Progress Series

    Theme section based on selected papers from the PICES-2011 Topic Session on “Mechanisms of physical-biological coupling forcing biological hotspots” (Guest Editors: E. Hazen, R. Suryan, S. Bograd, Y. Watanuki and R.P. Wilson)
    Mar. Ecol. Progr. Ser., Jul. 2013, Vol. 487, pp. 176-304
  • Year: 2013 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    Special issue based on selected papers from the 2nd International Symposium on “Effects of climate change on the world’s oceans” (May 15-19, 2012, Yeosu, Korea)
    ICES J. Mar. Sci., Sep. 2013, Vol. 70, No.5, pp. 915-1054
  • Year: 2012 Aquaculture Economics & Management

    Economic relations between marine aquaculture and wild capture fisheries (Guest Editors: Minling Pan and PingSun Leung)
    Aquaculture Economics & Management, 2012, Vol. 16, Is. 2, pp. 98-181
  • Year: 2012 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    Comparative studies of climate effects on polar and subpolar ocean ecosystems: Progress in observations and predictions (Guest Editors: K. Drinkwater, G.L. Hunt, Jr., O. Astthórsson and E. Head)
    ICES J. Mar. Sci., Sep. 2012, Vol. 69, No. 7, pp. 1119–1328
  • Year: 2012 Progress in Oceanography

    Global Comparisons of Zooplankton Time Series (Guest Editors: Pierre Pepin, David Mackas and Hans Verheye)
    Prog. Oceanogr., May/July 2012, Vol. 97-100, pp. 1-186
  • Year: 2012 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    Zooplankton Population Connections, Community Dynamics, and Climate Variability (Guest Editors: Julie E. Keister, Delphine Bonnet, Sanae Chiba, Catherine L. Johnson, and David L. Mackas)
    ICES J. Mar. Sci., May 2012, Vol. 69, Is. 3
  • Year: 2011 Fisheries Research

    Special Issue on Ecosystem-based approaches for the assessment of fisheries under data-limited situations (Guest Editors: Dr. Patricia Livingston, Dr. Gordon Kruse and Dr. Laura Richards)
    Fish. Res., Dec. 2011, Vol. 122, Is. 3, 105-188
  • Year: 2011 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    Climate Change Effects on Fish and Fisheries: Forecasting Impacts, Assessing Ecosystem Responses, and Evaluating Management Strategies (Guest Editors: Anne Hollowed, Shin-ichi Ito, Suam Kim, Harald Loeng,and Myron Peck)
    ICES J. Mar. Sci., July 2011, Vol. 68, Is. 6
  • Year: 2010 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    Rebuilding depleted fish stocks: biology, ecology, social science, and management strategies (Guest Editor: Niels Daan)
    ICES J. Mar. Sci., December 2010, Vol. 67, Is. 9
  • Year: 2010 Deep-Sea Research, Part II

    Ecosystem Processes during the Oyashio Spring Bloom
    (Guest Editors: A. Yamaguchi and C.B. Miller)
    Deep-Sea Research, Part II,Sep. 2010, Vol. 57, Issues 17-18, pp. 1593-1742
  • Year: 2010 Continental Shelf Research

    Tides in Marginal Seas
    A special issue in memory of Prof Alexei Nekrasov
    (Guest Editors: J. Cherniawsky, M. Foreman, B. Kagan and A. Rabinovich)
    Cont. Shelf. Res., 2010, Vol.30, N.6
  • Year: 2010 Deep-Sea Research, Part II

    Krill Biology and Ecology: Dedicated to Edward Brinton 1924-2010
    (Guest Editors: S. Kawaguchi and W. Peterson)
    Deep-Sea Research, Part II, Apr. 2010. Vol. 57, Issues 7-8, pp. 493-692
  • Year: 2009 Deep-Sea Research, Part II

    SEEDS II: The Second Subarctic Pacific Iron Experiment for Ecosystem Dynamics Study
    (Guest Editors: Mitsuo Uematsu, Mark L. Wells, Atsushi Tsuda and Hiroaki Saito)
    Deep-Sea Research, Part II , 2009. Vol. 56, Issue 26, pp. 2731-2958
  • Year: 2009 Marine Ecology Progress Series

    Theme Section on “Marine ecosystems, climate and phenology: impacts on top predators”
    (Coordinator: William J. Sydeman)
    [pdf, 2.5 Mb]
    Mar.Ecol. Prog. Ser., 2009, Vol. 393, pp. 185–301
  • Year: 2009 Journal of Oceanography

    Special Section: PICES North Pacific Carbon Synthesis
    (Guest Editor-in-Chief: Toshiro Saino;
    Guest Editors: James R. Christian, Kitack Lee, and Christopher L. Sabine)
    J. Oceanogr. , 2009, Vol. 65, No. 5, pp. 587-720
  • Year: 2009 Fisheries Research

    Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries: Improvements on Traditional Management for Declining and Depleted Stocks
    (Guest Editors: Gordon H. Kruse, Yukimasa Ishida, E.A.(Ted) Perry, Vladimir I. Radchenko and Chang Ik Zhang)
    Fish.Res., 2009, Vol. 100, Is. 1, pp. 1-98
  • Year: 2009 Journal of Marine Systems

    Observation and Modeling of the Ocean Circulation and Marine Ecosystem for CREAMS/PICES
    (Guest Editors: Kyung-Il Chang, Shin-ichi Ito, Christopher N.K. Mooers and Jong-Hwan Yoon)
    J. Mar. Systems , 2009, Vol. 78, Is. 2, pp. 195-316
  • Year: 2009 Progress in Oceanography

    Comparative Marine Ecosystem Structure and Function: Descriptors and Characteristics
    (Guest Editors: Bernard A. Megrey, Jason S. Link and Erlend Moksness)
    Prog. Oceanogr. , 2009, Vol. 81, No 1-4 pp. 1-236
  • Year: 2009 Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science

    Reproductive and Recruitment Processes of Exploited Marine Fish Stocks
    (Guest Editors: R. Brodeur, M. Dickey-Collas and E. Trippel)
    J. Northwest Atl. Fish. Sci. , 2009, Vol. 41, pp. 1-239
  • Year: 2009 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    Our Changing Oceans: Conclusions of the First International Symposium on the Effects of Climate Change on the World's Oceans
    (Guest Editors: Luis Valdés, William Peterson, John Church, Keith Brander, and Marta Marcos)
    ICES J. Mar. Sci., August 2009, Vol. 66, Is. 7, pp. 1435 - 1438
  • Year: 2009 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    ICES/PICES Early Career Scientists Symposium
    (Guest Editors: Elizabeth W. North and Franz J. Mueter)
    ICES J. Mar. Sci. , 2009, Vol. 66, Is. 2, pp. 334-431
  • Year: 2008 Progress in Oceanography

    The Northern Humboldt Current System: Ocean Dynamics, Ecosystem Processes, and Fisheries
    (Guest Editors: Arnaud Bertrand, Renato Guevara-Carrasco, Pierre Soler, Jorge Csirke and Francisco Chavez)
    Prog. Oceanogr. , 2008, Vol. 79, No 2-4 pp. 95-412
  • Year: 2008 Plankton and Benthos Research

    Selected papers from the 2006 Topic Session on “The human dimensions of jellyfish blooms
    (Guest Editors: H. Iizumi and K. Isshii)
    Plankton and Benthos Research , 2008, Vol. 3 supplement, pp. 107-134
  • Year: 2008 Progress in Oceanography

    Climate Variability and Ecosystem Impacts on the North Pacific: A Basin-Scale Synthesis
    (Guest Editors: Harold P. Batchelder and Suam Kim)
    Prog. Oceanogr. , 2008, Vol. 77, No 2-3, pp. 83-268
  • Year: 2008 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    4th International Zooplankton Production Symposium: Human and Climate Forcing of Zooplankton Population (Guest Editors: Michael J. Dagg, Roger Harris, Shin-ichi Uye, Luis Valdes)
    ICES J. Mar. Sci. , 2008, Vol. 65: Is. 3, pp. 277-495
  • Year: 2007 Deep-Sea Research, Part II

    Effects of Climate Variability on Sub-Arctic Marine Ecosystems: A GLOBEC Symposium (Guest Editors: G.L. Hunt Jr., K. Drinkwater, S.M. McKinnell, D.L Mackas)
    Deep-Sea Research, Part II , 2007, Vol. 54, Nos. 23-26, pp. 2453-2969
  • Year: 2007 Progress in Oceanography

    Special issue: Time Series of the Northeast Pacific (Guest Editors: M. Angelica Peña, Steven J. Bograd, Alex Bychkov)
    Prog. Oceanogr., 2007, Vol. 75, No. 2, pp. 115-342
  • Year: 2007 Ecological Modelling

    Special issue of NEMURO (North Pacific Ecosystem Model for Understanding Regional Oceanography) and NEMURO.FISH (NEMURO for Including Saury and Herring): Modeling of North Pacific Marine Ecosystems
    (Guest Editors: Michio Kishi, Bernard A. Megrey, Shin-ichi Ito and Francisco E. Werner)
    Ecological Modelling , 2006, Vol. 202, Nos. 1-2, pp. 1-224
  • Year: 2006 Deep-Sea Research, Part II

    Canadian SOLAS: Subarctic Ecosystem Response to Iron Enrichment (SERIES)
    (Guest Editors: P.J. Harrison, P.W. Boyd, M. Levasseur, A. Tsuda, R.B. Rivkin, S.O. Roy and W.L. Miller)
    Deep-Sea Research, Part II, 2006, Vol. 53, Nos. 20-22, pp. 2005-2454
  • Year: 2006 Progress in Oceanography

    Marine ecosystem structure and dynamics
    (Guest Editors: Gorge L. Hunt Jr., Stewart M. McKinnell)
    Prog. Oceanogr. , 2006, Vol. 68, Nos. 2-4, pp. 115-342
  • Year: 2006 Deep-Sea Research, Part II

    Top predator “hot spots” in the North Pacific
    (Guest Editors: William J. Sydeman, Richard D. Brodeur, Alexander S. Bychkov, Churchill B. Grimes, Stewart M. McKinnell)
    Deep-Sea Research, Part II, 2006, Vol. 53, Nos. 3-4, pp. 247-449
  • Year: 2005 Progress in Oceanography

    Results from the subarctic Pacific iron experiment for ecosystem dynamics study (SEEDS)
    (Guest Editor: Atsushi Tsuda)
    Prog. Oceanogr., 2005, Vol. 64, Nos. 2-4, pp. 91-324
  • Year: 2005 Deep-Sea Research, Part II

    Linkages between coastal and open ocean ecosystems
    (Guest Editors: Stewart M. McKinnell, Gordon A. McFarlane)
    Deep-Sea Research, Part II, 2005, Vol.52, Nos. 5-6, pp. 665-843
  • Year: 2005 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    Quantitative ecosystem indicators for fisheries management
    (Guest Editor: Niels Dann)
    ICES J. Mar. Sci., 2005, Vol. 62, No. 3, pp. 307-614
  • Year: 2004 Journal of Marine Systems

    The Role of biophysical coupling in concentrating marine organisms around shallow topographic
    (Guest Editors: Richard D. Brodeur and John F. Dower)
    J.Mar. Systems, 2004, Vol. 50, Iss. 1-2, pp. 1-111
  • Year: 2004 ICES Journal of Marine Science

    The Role of zooplankton in global ecosystem dynamics: Comparative studies from the world oceans
    (Guest Editors: Roger Harris, Tsutomu Ikeda, Luis Valdes, William T. Peterson and Stewart M. McKinnell)
    ICES J. Mar. Sci., 2004, Vol. 61, No. 4, pp. 441-737
  • Year: 2004 Progress in Oceanography

    Physical and chemical processes in the Japan/East Sea and their influence on its Ecosystem
    (Guest Editors: Stewart M. McKinnell, Alexander S. Bychkov, Kyung-Ryul Kim and Makoto Terazaki)
    Prog. Oceanogr. , 2004, Vol. 61, Nos. 2-4, pp. 103-348
  • Year: 2004 Journal of Oceanography

    North Pacific synthesis of the Joint Global Ocean Flux Study
    (Guest Editors: Toshiro Saino, Alexander S. Bychkov, Chen-Tung A. Chen, Paul J. Harrison and Ichiro Yasuda)
    J. Oceanogr., 2004, Vol. 60, No. 1, pp. 1-203
  • Year: 2004 Marine Environmental Research

    PICES interdisciplinary assessment of marine environmental quality
    (Guest Editor: Richard F. Addison)
    Mar. Envir. Res., 2004, Vol. 57, Nos. 1-2, pp. 1-153
  • Year: 2003 Progress in Oceanography

    Plankton size classes, functional groups and ecosystem dynamics
    (Guest Editors: M. Angelica Peña and Alexander S. Bychkov)
    Prog. Oceanogr. , 2003, Vol. 57, Nos. 3-4, pp. 239-480
  • Year: 2003 Journal of Oceanography

    North Pacific transitional areas
    (Guest Eeditors: Stewart M. McKinnell, Michio J. Kishi, Daniel Lluch-Belda, Arthur J. Miller and Yoshiro Watanabe)
    J. Oceanogr., 2003, Vol. 59, No. 4, pp. 387-536
  • Year: 2002 Deep-Sea Research, Part II

    Topical studies in Oceanography – North Pacific Biogeochemical Processes
    (Guest Editors: T. Saino, A. Bychkov, C.-T.A. Chen, P.J. Harrison)
    Deep-Sea Research, Part II, 2002, Vol. 49, Nos. 24-25, pp. 5297-5808
  • Year: 2002 Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

    Migration of key ecological species in the North Pacific Ocean
    (Guest Editor: James Irvine)
    Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 2002, Vol. 59, No. 12, pp. 1845-1998
  • Year: 2002 Progress in Oceanography

    Variability in the Bering Sea ecosystem
    (Guest Editors: S. Allen Macklin, Sei-ichi Saitoh, Vladimir I. Radchenko, Jeffrey M. Napp, Phyllis J. Stabeno and Stewart M. McKinnell)
    Prog. Oceanogr. , 2002, Vol. 55, Nos. 1-2, pp. 1-262
  • Year: 2002 Journal of Oceanography

    Physics and biology of eddies, meanders and rings in the PICES region
    (Guest editors: William B. Crawford, Alexander S. Bychkov, Stewart M. McKinnell and Takashige Sugimoto)
    J. Oceanogr. , 2002, Vol. 58, No. 5, pp. 627-745
  • Year: 2001 Progress in Oceanography

    Pacific climate variability and marine ecosystem impacts
    (Guest Editors: Stewart M. McKinnell, Richard D. Brodeur, Kimio Hanawa, Anne B. Hollowed, Jeffrey J. Polovina and Chang-Ik Zhang)
    Prog. Oceanogr., 2001, Vol. 49, Nos. 1-4, pp. 1-639
  • Year: 2000 Progress in Oceanography

    North Pacific climate regime shifts
    (Guest Editors: Steven R. Hare, Shoshiro Minobe and Warren S. Wooster)
    Prog. Oceanogr. , 2000, Vol. 47, Nos. 2-4, pp. 99-408
  • Year: 1999 Progress in Oceanography

    Ecosystem dynamics in the eastern and western gyres of the Subarctic Pacific
    (Guest Editors: Richard J. Beamish, Suam Kim, Makoto Terazaki and Warren S. Wooster)
    Prog. Oceanogr. , 1999, Vol. 43, Nos. 2-4, pp. 157-488
  • Year: 1995 Canadian Special Publication of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

    Climate Change and Northern Fish Populations
    (Editor : Richard J. Beamish)
    Can. Spec. Publ. Fish. Aquat. Sci.,1995. No. 121, pp 1-739