Glaspie, C. N., Clouse, M., Elliot, D. T., Kimmel, D. G., Ludsin, S. A., Mason, D. M., Pierson, J. J., Roman, M. R., and Brandt, S. B. Impacts of hypoxia on the pelagic food web of the northern Gulf of Mexico. Estuaries and Coasts. In review.
Glaspie, C. N., Clouse, M., Adamack, A. T., Cha, Y., Ludsin, S. A., Mason, D. M., Roman, M. R., Stow, C. A., and Brandt, S. B. 2018. Effect of hypoxia on diet of Atlantic bumper Chloroscombrus chrysurus in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. Published online. DOI:10.1002/tafs.10063
Goto, D., Roberts, J. J., Pothoven, S.A., Ludsin, S. A., H. A. Vanderploeg, Brandt, S. B. and T. O. Hook. 2017. Acoustic size-mediated regulation of demersal predator-prey coupling in Lake Erie transient dead Zones. Accepted with revision. Environmental Biology of Fishes.
Gruss, A., Rose, K.A., Simons, J., Ainsworth, C.H., De Mutsert, K., Himchak, P., Kaplan, I.C., Froeschke, J., Zetina Rejon, M.J., and D. Chagaris. 2017. Recommendations for ecosystem modeling efforts aiming to inform ecosystembased fisheries management and restoration projects. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, DOI:10.1080/19425120.2017.1330786
De Mutsert, K., Steenbeek, J., Cowan, J.H. Jr., and V. Christensen. 2017. Using ecosystem modeling to determine hypoxia effects on fish and fisheries. Chapter 14 In: D. Justic, K.A. Rose, R.D. Hetland, and K. Fennel (eds). Modeling Coastal Hypoxia: Numerical Simulations of Patterns, Controls and Effects of Dissolved Oxygen Dynamics. Springer, New York
Vasslides, J.M., De Mutsert, K., Christensen, V., and H. Townsend. 2016. Using the Ecopath with Ecosim modeling approach to understand the effects of watershed-based management actions in coastal ecosystems. Coastal Management 45 (1):1-12. Published online: DOI: 10.1080/08920753.2017.1237241.
De Mutsert, K., Steenbeek, J., Lewis, K., Buszowski, J., Cowan, J.H. Jr., and V. Christensen. 2016. Exploring effects of hypoxia on fish and fisheries in the northern Gulf of Mexico using a dynamic spatially explicit ecosystem model. Ecological Modelling 331: 142-150. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2015.10.013. In-Progress
De Mutsert, K., Campbell, M., and Brandt, S. February 2017. “Hypoxia effects on fish and fisheries.” Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Brandt, S. B., and Mason, D. 2017. “Pelagic fish seascapes: Integration of new technology and modeling.” American Fisheries Society Meeting, 20 – 24 August, Tampa, FL.
Glaspie, C.N., Brandt, S. B. 2017. “Response of fishes to extreme climate events.” American Fisheries Society Meeting, 20-24 August, 2017, Tampa, FL.
De Mutsert, K., Brandt, S., and Roman, M. 2017. “Ecological impacts of hypoxia on coastal ecosystems.”Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation Biennial Conference, 5- 9 November, 2017, Providence, RI.
Brandt, S. B. November 2016. “Science Strategies in Large Programs, Invited Panelist to The Science Enterprise Workshop: Supporting and Implementing Collaborative Science”, 1-3 November, Davis, CA.
Brandt, S. B. and Sellinger, C. November 2016. “Variability in North Pacific Ocean conditions: Assessing habitat-specific vital rates and thresholds for fishes”. North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) Annual Meeting, 9 – 15 November, San Diego, CA.
De Mutsert, K. 2017. Modeling a coastal environment with human elements. Keynote speaker at CSDMS annual meeting 2017: Modeling Coupled Earth and Human Systems – The Dynamic Duo. Boulder, Colorado, USA.
De Mutsert, K., Brandt, S., Campbell, M., Lewis, K., Laurent, A., Sellinger, C., Steenbeek, J., Buszowski, J., Cowan, J.H., and V. Christensen. 2017. Assessing effects of reduced nutrients and hypoxia on living resources in the Gulf of Mexico using a coupled ecosystem modeling approach. ASLO 2017: Mountains to the sea. Honolulu, Hawai`i.
De Mutsert, K. 2017. Hypoxia effects on fish and fisheries: Use of models: Ecospace. 2017 Gulf of Mexico oil spill and ecosystem science conference. New Orleans, Louisiana.
Glaspie, C. N., S. B. Brandt and C. S. Sellinger. 2017. Linking North Pacific Chinook Salmon habitat quality with fish production in a changing climate. Oregon American Fisheries Society, 1 – 4 March, Bend, Oregon.
Brandt, S.B. March 2017. “Time, space and habitats for pelagic fishes”. Invited Seminar to Fisheries and Wildlife Department Stream Team, Oregon State University, 13 March, Corvallis, OR.
De Mutsert, K., Van Plantinga, A., Brandt, S., Lewis, K., Laurent, A., Steenbeek, J., and Buszowski, J. 2017. Simulating hypoxia and nutrient reduction effects on the northern Gulf of Mexico fishery ecosystem. CERF 2017. Providence, RI.
De Mutsert, K., Brandt, S., Van Plantinga, A., Lewis, K., Laurent, A., Steenbeek, J., and Buszowski, J. 2017. Assessing effects of reduced nutrients and hypoxia on living resources in the Gulf of Mexico using a coupled ecosystem modeling approach. AFS 2017. Tampa, Florida.
Glaspie, C.N., Brandt, S. B. and Sellinger, C. E. 2017. “Hypoxia impacts on small pelagic fishes: Insights from high-frequency acoustic sensing.” AFS 2017. Tampa, Florida.
Glaspie, C.N., Brandt, S. B. and Sellinger, C. E. 2017. “North Pacific Salmon habitat quality in response to climate regime shifts.” AFS 2017. Tampa, Florida.
Glaspie, C.N., Brandt, S. B. and C. S. Sellinger. 2017. Defining energy seascapes to predict distribution and production of fish. ESA 2017, Portland Oregon.
Sellinger, C. E., Brandt, S. B. and Glaspie, C.N. 2017. “Climate, temperature, and hypoxia as multifaceted drivers of West Coast ecosystems.” CERF 2017, Providence, Rhode Island.