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Bottomfish fishery-independent survey in Hawaii: Season and gear effects on abundance

Dione W. Swanson, Steven G. (Steven Glen) Smith, Benjamin L. Richards, Annie Yau & Jerald S. Ault
NOAA technical memorandum NMFS-PIFSC ; 88

The Hawaii and California-based Pelagic Longline Vessels annual Report for 1 January - 31 December, 2018

PIFSC data report ; DR-19-047

Quarterly Report The American Samoa Longline Limited-entry Fishery 1 October - 31 December, 2018

PIFSC data report; DR-19-051

Project Report Oscar Elton Sette, Project SE-15-04

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PIFSC project report ; Project SE-15-04

Project report : Oscar Elton Sette, Project SE-14-07, September 25-October 27, 2014

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PIFSC project report ; Project SE-14-07

Preliminary Results of Patterns of 2019 Thermal Stress and Coral Bleaching Across the Hawaiian Archipelago

Morgan Winston, Courtney S. Couch, Brittany Huntington, Bernardo Vargas-Ángel, Rhonda R. Suka, Thomas Oliver, Ariel Halperin, Andrew Elisha Gray, Kaylyn McCoy, Mollie Asbury, Hannah Barkley, Jamison M. Gove, Nikki Smith, Lindsey Kramer, Julia Rose, Eric Conklin, Nadeira Sukhraj & James Morioka
Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center administrative report H ; 20-04

Data from: Scale‐dependent spatial patterns in benthic communities around a tropical island seascape

Eoghan A. Aston, Gareth J. Williams, J. A. Mattias Green, Andrew J. Davies, Lisa M. Wedding, Jamison M. Gove, Jean-Baptiste Jouffray, Timothy T. Jones & Jeanette Clark
Understanding and predicting patterns of spatial organization across ecological communities is central to the field of landscape ecology, and a similar line of inquiry has begun to evolve sub‐tidally among seascape ecologists. Much of our current understanding of the processes driving marine community patterns, particularly in the tropics, has come from small‐scale, spatially‐discrete data that are often not representative of the broader seascape. Here we expand the spatial extent of seascape ecology studies and combine...

The Hawaii - California Longline Limited-entry Fishery Quarterly Report 1 October - 31 December, 2018

PIFSC data report ; DR-19-046

The American Samoa Longline Limited-entry Fishery Quarterly Report 1 January - 31 March, 2018

PIFSC data report; DR-19-048

The American Samoa Longline Limited-entry Fishery Annual Report 1 January - 31 December, 2018

PIFSC data report; DR-19-054

Cruise Report Oscar Elton Sette, Cruise SE-13-06

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PIFSC project report ; Cruise SE-13-06

Cruise Report Oscar Elton Sette, Cruise 10-04 (SE-80)

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PIFSC project report ; Project Report SE-10-04

Project report : NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette, Cruise SE-19-06, September 11, 2019 to September 29, 2019

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PIFSC project report ; Cruise SE-19-06

Data from: Calculating the ecological impacts of animal-borne instruments on aquatic organisms

T. Todd Jones, Kyle S. Van Houtan, Brian L. Bostrom, Peter Ostafichuk, Jon Mikkelsen, Emre Tezcan, Michael Carey, Brittany Imlach & Jeffrey A. Seminoff
1. Animal-borne instruments provide researchers with valuable data to address important questions on wildlife ecology and conservation. However, these devices have known impacts on animal behaviour and energetics. Tags deployed on migrating animals may reduce reproductive output through increased energy demands or cause phenological mismatches of foraging and nesting events. For marine organisms, the only tagging guidelines that exist are based on lift and thrust impacts on birds – concepts that do not translate well...

Early Cultural and Historical Seascape of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument

Jesi Bautista & Savannah Smith
PIFSC special publication ; SP-19-005

Project report NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette, SE-17-02

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PIFSC project report ; Project SE-17-02

Project Report NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai, Project HA-18-01 (Legs 1, 2, and 3)

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PIFSC project report ; Project HA-18-01 (Legs 1, 2, and 3)

Project Report Cruise report : NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette, Cruise SE-14-02, April 5, 2014 to April 19, 2014, Leeward Maui, Molokai, Lanai, and Kaho'olawe

PIFSC project report ; Cruise SE-14-02

Ecosystem Sciences Division Standard Operating Procedures: Data Collection for Rapid Ecological Assessment Benthic Surveys: 2019 update

Morgan Winston, Courtney Couch, Brittany Huntington & Bernardo Vargas-Ángel
NOAA technical memorandum NMFS PIFSC ; 96

Data from: First satellite tracks of South Atlantic sea turtle ‘lost years’: seasonal variation in trans-equatorial movement

Katherine L. Mansfield, Milagros L. Mendilaharsu, Nathan F. Putman, Maria A. G. Dei Marcovaldi, Alexander E. Sacco, Gustave Lopez, Thais Pires & Yonat Swimmer
In the South Atlantic Ocean, few data exist regarding the dispersal of young oceanic sea turtles. We characterized the movements of laboratory-reared yearling loggerhead turtles from Brazilian rookeries using novel telemetry techniques, testing for differences in dispersal during different periods of the sea turtle hatching season that correspond to seasonal changes in ocean currents. Oceanographic drifters deployed alongside satellite-tagged turtles allowed us to explore the mechanisms of dispersal (passive drift or active swimming). Early in...

Project Report NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette, Project SE-15-02

PIFSC project report ; Project Report SE-15-02

What's the word on monk seals? How the endangered Hawaiian monk seal is portrayed in the media

Patrick McKenzie, Kirsten Leong & Stacie Robinson
Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center administrative report H ; 20-02

Second Hawai'i Atlantis Ecosysem Model Planning Workshop: Where is the \"S\" in EBFM?

Mariska Weijerman & Kirsten M. Leong
Administrative report H ; 19-05

The American Samoa Longline Limited-entry Fishery Quarterly Report 1 July - 30 September, 2018

PIFSC data report; DR-19-050

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