John Field
John Field
Research Fishery Biologist, NOAA Fisheries, Santa Cruz, CA
Verified email at noaa.gov
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Climate change impacts on US coastal and marine ecosystems
D Scavia, JC Field, DF Boesch, RW Buddemeier, V Burkett, DR Cayan, ...
Estuaries 25 (2), 149-164, 2002
9472002
Top-down modeling and bottom-up dynamics: linking a fisheries-based ecosystem model with climate hypotheses in the Northern California Current
JC Field, RC Francis, K Aydin
Progress in Oceanography 68 (2-4), 238-270, 2006
2322006
Range expansion and trophic interactions of the jumbo squid, Dosidicus gigas, in the California Current
JC Field, KEN Baltz, AJ Phillips, WA Walker
California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Report 48, 131, 2007
2002007
Using productivity and susceptibility indices to assess the vulnerability of United States fish stocks to overfishing
WS Patrick, P Spencer, J Link, J Cope, J Field, D Kobayashi, P Lawson, ...
Fishery Bulletin 108 (3), 305-322, 2010
1962010
Does MPA mean ‘Major Problem for Assessments'? Considering the consequences of place‐based management systems
JC Field, AE Punt, RD Methot, CJ Thomson
Fish and Fisheries 7 (4), 284-302, 2006
1382006
Dealing with uncertainty in ecosystem models: the paradox of use for living marine resource management
JS Link, TF Ihde, CJ Harvey, SK Gaichas, JC Field, JKT Brodziak, ...
Progress in Oceanography 102, 102-114, 2012
1222012
State of the California Current 2014-15: Impacts of the Warm-Water" Blob"
AW Leising, ID Schroeder, SJ Bograd, J Abell, R Durazo, ...
California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports 56, 2015
1162015
Considering ecosystem-based fisheries management in the California Current
JC Field, RC Francis
Marine Policy 30 (5), 552-569, 2006
1082006
The potential consequences of climate variability and change on coastal areas and marine resources: Report of the Coastal Areas and Marine Resources Sector Team, US National …
DF Boesch, JC Field, D Scavia
US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration …, 2000
1082000
Mesoscale structure and oceanographic determinants of krill hotspots in the California Current: Implications for trophic transfer and conservation
JA Santora, WJ Sydeman, ID Schroeder, BK Wells, JC Field
Progress in Oceanography 91 (4), 397-409, 2011
1042011
Use of productivity and susceptibility indices to determine stock vulnerability, with example applications to six US fisheries
WS Patrick, P Spencer, OA Ormseth, JM Cope, JC Field, DR Kobayashi, ...
1012009
Extreme plasticity in life‐history strategy allows a migratory predator (jumbo squid) to cope with a changing climate
HJT Hoving, WF Gilly, U Markaida, KJ Benoit‐Bird, ZW ‐Brown, P Daniel, ...
Global change biology 19 (7), 2089-2103, 2013
932013
State of the California Current 2009-2010: Regional variation persists through transition from La Niņa to El Niņo (and back?)
EP Bjorkstedt, R Goericke, S McClatchie, E Weber, W Watson, N Lo, ...
842010
State of the California Current 2015-16: comparisons with the 1997-98 El Niņo
S McClatchie, R Goericke, A Leising, TD Auth, E Bjorkstedt, ...
822016
Interannual variation in pelagic juvenile rockfish (Sebastes spp.) abundance – going with the flow
S Ralston, KM Sakuma, JC Field
Fisheries Oceanography 22 (4), 288-308, 2013
782013
Spatial ecology of krill, micronekton and top predators in the central California Current: Implications for defining ecologically important areas
JA Santora, JC Field, ID Schroeder, KM Sakuma, BK Wells, WJ Sydeman
Progress in Oceanography 106, 154-174, 2012
742012
Untangling the relationships among climate, prey and top predators in an ocean ecosystem
BK Wells, JC Field, JA Thayer, CB Grimes, SJ Bograd, WJ Sydeman, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 364, 15-29, 2008
742008
Combined climate‐ and prey‐mediated range expansion of Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas), a large marine predator in the California Current System
JS Stewart, EL Hazen, SJ Bograd, JEK Byrnes, DG Foley, WF Gilly, ...
Global change biology 20 (6), 1832-1843, 2014
712014
Impacts of depleting forage species in the California Current
IC Kaplan, CJ Brown, EA Fulton, IA Gray, JC Field, ADM Smith
Environmental Conservation 40 (4), 380-393, 2013
712013
State of the California Current 2010–2011: Regionally variable responses to a strong (but fleeting?) La Niņa
EP Bjorkstedt, R Goericke, S McClatchie, E Weber, W Watson, N Lo, ...
CalCOFI Rep 52, 36-68, 2011
692011
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