Kings of the North Bridging Disciplines to Understand the Effects of Changing Climate on Chinook Salmon in the Arctic–Yukon–Kuskokwim Region

Understanding how species are responding to environmental change is a central challenge for stewards and managers of fish and wildlife …

Recent divergent changes in Alaskan pinniped trophic position detected using compound-specific stable isotope analysis

We evaluated how trophic position of harbor seals and Steller sea lions has changed from the 1950s-2010s regional, decadal scales using …

Delayed trophic response of a marine predator to ocean condition and prey availability during the past century

Understanding the response of predators to ecological change at multiple temporal scales can elucidate critical predator–prey dynamics …

Stable isotope signatures in historic harbor seal bone link food web‐assimilated carbon and nitrogen resources to a century of environmental change

We evaluated how ocean conditions influence the assimilation of nitrogen and carbon into coastal marine food webs y analyzing a century …

Riparian soil nitrogen cycling and isotopic enrichment in response to a long‐term salmon carcass manipulation experiment

We measured the contribution of Pacific salmon to nitrogen transformations and concentrations to riparian boreal soils.

How commercial fishing effort is managed

We assessed approaches that managers use to sustain stocks on ecological, economic, and community-level outcomes.

A novel method for modeling age and length selectivity of sockeye salmon as applied to the Bristol Bay Port Moller test fishery

We developed a method for assessing length and residual program selectivity for Port Moller test fishery.