Journal Articles:

Alin, S. R., R. A. Feely, A. G. Dickson, J. M. Hernández-Ayón, L. W. Juranek, M. D. Ohman and R. Goericke. 2012. Robust empirical relationships for estimating the carbonate system in the southern California Current System and application to CalCOFI hydrographic cruise data (2005–2011). Journal of Geophysical Research 117(C5):C05033.

Asch, R. G. and D. M. Checkley Jr. 2013. Dynamic height: A key variable for identifying the spawning habitat of small pelagic fishes. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 71(0):79-91.

Bjorkstedt, E. P., R. Goericke, S. McClatchie, E. D. Weber, W. Watson, N. Lo, W. Peterson, R. Brodeur, S. Bograd, T. Auth, J. Fisher, C. Morgan, J. Peterson, R. Durazo, G. Gaxiola-Castro, B. Lavaniegos, F. Chavez, C. A. Collins, J. Field, K. Sakuma, W. Satterthwaithe, M. O'Farrell, W. J. Sydeman, S. A. Thompson, P. Warzybok, R. Bradley, J. Jahncke, R. Golightly, S. Schneider, J. L. Largier, S. Y. Kim, S. Melin, R. DeLong and J. Abell. 2012. State of the California Current 2011-2012: Ecosystems respond to local forcing as La Nina wavers and wanes. CalCOFI Reports 53:41-76.

Brinton, E., A. W. Townsend, M. D. Knight and M. D. Ohman. 2013. Development of Thysanopoda egregia (Euphausiacea) furciliae and early juvenile. Journal of Crustacian Biology 33(2):244-252.

Chenillat, F., P. Rivière, X. Capet, E. Di Lorenzo and B. Blanke. 2012. North Pacific Gyre Oscillation modulates seasonal timing and ecosystem functioning in the California Current upwelling system. Geophysical Research Letters 39(1):L01606.

Décima, M., M. R. Landry and B. N. Popp. 2013. Environmental perturbation effects on baseline d15N values and zooplankton trophic flexibility in the southern California Current Ecosystem. Limnol. Oceanogr 58(2):624-634.

Di Lorenzo, E. and M. D. Ohman. 2013. A double-integration hypothesis to explain ocean ecosystem response to climate forcing. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(7):2496-2499.

Doney, S. C. and S. F. Sailley. 2013. When an ecological regime shift is really just stochastic noise. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(7):2438-2439.

Goericke, R. and J. A. Koslow. 2012. CalCOFI – A 63-Year-Old Ocean Observing System. Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry 5(2):1-4.

Hannesson, R. 2013. Strictly for the birds?: On ecosystem services of forage fish. Marine Policy 38(0):109-115.

Hitchman, S. M., N. B. Reyns and A. R. Thompson. 2012. Larvae define spawning habitat of bocaccio rockfish Sebastes paucispinis within and around a large southern California marine reserve. Marine Ecology Progress Series 465:227-242.

Jacobson, Larry and McClatchie, S. Comment on temperature-dependent stock–recruit modeling for Pacific sardine (Sardinops sagax) in Jacobson and MacCall (1995), McClatchie et al. (2010), and Lindegren and Checkley (2013). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70: 1566-1569. dx.doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2013-0128.  (2013)

Kahru, M., E. Di Lorenzo, M. Manzano-Sarabia and B. G. Mitchell. 2012. Spatial and temporal statistics of sea surface temperature and chlorophyll fronts in the California Current. J. of Plankton Research 34(9):749-760.

Kahru, M., R. M. Kudela, M. Manzano-Sarabia and B. G. Mitchell. 2012. Trends in the surface chlorophyll of the California Current: Merging data from multiple ocean color satellites. Deep-Sea Research II 77-80:89-98.

Koslow, J. A., R. Goericke and W. Watson. 2013. Fish assemblages in the Southern California Current: relationships with climate, 1951–2008. Fisheries Oceanography.  doi: 10.1111/fog.12018

Koslow, J. A., L. Rogers-Bennett and D. Neilson. 2012. A Time Series Of California Spiny Lobster (Panulirus Interruptus) Phyllosoma From 1951 To 2008 Links Abundance To Warm Oceanographic  Conditions In Southern California. CalCOFI Reports 53:132-139.

Landry, M. R., M. D. Ohman, R. Goericke, M. R. Stukel, K. Barbeau, R. Dundy and M. Kahru. 2012. Pelagic community responses to a deep-water front in the California Current Ecosystem: Overview of the A-Front Study. J. of Plankton Research 34(9):739-748.

Lewison, R., D. Oro, B. Godley, L. Underhill, B. R.P., D. Wilson, D. Ainley, J. M. Arcos, P. D. Boersma, T. Borborodlu, T. Boulinier, M. Frederiksen, M. Genovart, J. A. Gonzalez-Solis, D. Green, D. Gremillet, K. C. Hamer, G. M. Hilton, A. Martinez-Abrain, W. A. Montevecchi, R. A. Phillips, P. G. Ryan, P. Sagar, W. J. Sydeman, P. Yorio, S. Wanless, Y. Watanuki and H. Weimerskirch. 2012. Research priorities for seabirds: improving conservation and management in the 21st century. Endangered Species Research 17:93-121.

Lindegren, M. and D. M. Checkley. 2013. Temperature dependence of Pacific sardine (Sardinops sagax) recruitment in the California Current Ecosystem revisited and revised. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70(2): 245-252.

Macías, D., P. J. S. Franks, M. D. Ohman and M. R. Landry. 2012. Modeling the effects of coastal wind-and wind-stress curl-driven upwellings on plankton dynamics in the Southern California current system. Journal of Marine Systems 94:107-119.

Miller, EF, McGowan JA. 2013. Faunal shift in southern California's coastal fishes: A new assemblage and trophic structure takes hold. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science. 127:29-36.

Send, U. and S. Nam. 2012. Relaxation from upwelling: The effect on dissolved oxygen on the continental shelf. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 117(C4):C04024.

Song, H., A. J. Miller, S. McClatchie, E. D. Weber, K. M. Nieto and D. M. Checkley. 2012. Application of a data-assimilation model to variability of Pacific sardine spawning and survivor habitats with ENSO in the California Current System. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 117(C3):C03009.

Stukel, M. R., M. R. Landry, M. D. Ohman, R. Goericke, T. Samo and C. R. Benitez-Nelson. 2012. Do inverse ecosystem models accurately reconstruct plankton trophic flows? Comparing two solution methods using field data from the California Current. Journal of Marine Systems 91:20-33.

Sugihara, G., J. Beddington, C. Hsieh, E. Deyle, M. Fogarty, S. M. Glaser, R. Hewitt, A. Hollowed, R. M. May, S. B. Munch, C. Perretti, A. Rosenbeg, S. Sandin and H. Ye. 2012. Are exploited fish populations stable. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 108(48):1224-1225.

Sugihara, G., R. M. May, H. Ye, C. H. Hsieh, M. Deyle, M. Fogarty and S. B. Munch. 2012. Detecting causation in complex ecosystems. Science 338:496-500.

Suntsov, A., J. A. Koslow and W. Watson. 2012. The Spatial Structure Of Coastal Ichthyoplankton Assemblages Off Central And Southern California. CalCOFI Reports 53:153-170.

Suryan, R. M., J. A. Santora and W. J. Sydeman. 2012. New approach for using remotely-sensed chlorophyll a to identify seabird hotspots. Marine Ecology Progress Series 451:213-225.

Sydeman, W. J., S. A. Thompson and A. Kitaysky. 2012. Seabirds and climate change: roadmap for the future. Marine Ecology Progress Series 454:107-117.

Thompson, A. R., W. Watson, S. McClatchie and E. D. Weber. 2012. Multi-Scale Sampling to Evaluate Assemblage Dynamics in an Oceanic Marine Reserve. PloS one 7(3).

Venrick, E. L. Phytoplankton in the California Current System off Southern California: Changes in a Changing Environment. Progress in Oceanography 104:46-58.

Xiu, P. and F. Chai. 2012. Spatial and temporal variability in phytoplankton carbon, chlorophyll, and nitrogen in the North Pacific. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 117(C11):C11023.

 

Books/Articles-in-Books: 

Sam McClatchie, Regional Fisheries Oceanography of the California Current System and the Calcofi Program. Springer (2013).

Mark D Ohman, and T.K. Kratz, 'Cross-Site Comparisons of Ecological Responses to Climate and Climate-Related Drivers', in Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change, ed. by D.P.C. Peters, C.M. Laney, A.E. Lugo, et al. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Deptartment of Agriculture, (2012). Ch. 21.

D.P.C. Peters, W.R. Fraser, T.K. Kratz, Mark D Ohman, A. Rassweiler, S.J. Holbrook, and R.J. Schmitt, 'Cross-Site Comparisons of State Change Dynamics', in Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change, ed. by D.P.C. Peters, C.M. Laney, A.E. Lugo, et al. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, (2012). Ch. 16.

D.P.C. Peters, C.M. Laney, A.E. Lugo, S.L. Collins, C.T. Driscoll, P.M. Groffman, J.M. Grove, A.K. Knapp, T.K. Kratz, Mark D Ohman, R.B. Waide, and J. Yao, 'Long-Term Trends in Climate and Climate-Related Drivers', in Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change, ed. by D.P.C. Peters, C.M. Laney, A.E. Lugo and et al. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, (2012).  Ch. 43.

D.P.C. Peters, C.M. Laney, A.E. Lugo, S.L. Collins, C.T. Driscoll, P.M. Groffman, J.M. Grove, A.K. Knapp, T.K. Kratz, Mark D Ohman, R.B. Waide, and J. Yao, 'Long-Term Trends in Precipitation and Surface Water Chemistry', in Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change, ed. by D.P.C. Peters, C.M. Laney, A.E. Lugo, et al. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, (2012).  Ch. 59.

D.P.C. Peters, C.M. Laney, A.E. Lugo, S.L. Collins, C.T. Driscoll, P.M. Groffman, J.M. Grove, A.K. Knapp, T.K. Kratz, Mark D Ohman, R.B. Waide, and J. Yao, 'Long-Term Trends in Production, Abundance, and Richness of Plants and Animals', in Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change, ed. by D.P.C. Peters, C.M. Laney, A.E. Lugo, et al. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, (2012).  Ch. 20.