NC1189: Understanding the Ecological and Social Constraints to Achieving Sustainable Fisheries Resource Policy and Management
(Please see publications noted above in the Accomplishments>Outputs section.)
Bailey, Conner. 2012. Addictive Behavior and Faustian Bargains. Pp. 124-125 in, Allen Furr and Jay Lamar (eds.), Auburn Speaks: The Oil Spill of 2010. Auburn, AL: Office of the Vice President for Research, Auburn University.
Bailey, Conner, Shirley Laska and Robert Gramling. 2012. Pp. 24-27 in Restoration and Communities. Answering 10 Fundamental Questions about the Mississippi River Delta. A Report by the Mississippi River Delta Science and Engineering Special Team. Baton Rouge, LA: National Audubon Society, Environmental Defense Fund, and the National Wildlife Federation. 36 p.
Lynch, A.J., E. Varela-Acevedo, W.W. Taylor. 2012. Decision-Support Tool for a Changing Climate: Application to Inland Fisheries Management. Journal of Fisheries Management and Ecology.
Pracheil, B.M., L.A. Powell, G.E. Mestl, and M.A. Pegg. 2012. Movement and survival of paddlefish on a range-wide scale: how movement and time-scale can influence migratory fish management outcomes. Fisheries 37:449-457.
Steffensen, K.D., L.A. Powell, and M.A. Pegg. 2012. Using mark-recapture to estimate population size of pallid sturgeon in the upper channelized Missouri River. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32:159-166.
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