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Synergy Among Oceanographic Variability, Fishery Expansion, and Longline Catch Composition in the Central North Pacific Ocean

Spatial variability in oceanographic conditions play a large role in influencing the magnitude and composition of catch for Hawai'i's bigeye tuna longline fleet.

Summary of Reported Whale-Vessel Collisions in Alaskan Waters (2012)

Journal of Marine Biology, Volume 2012, Article ID 106282, 18 pages

Revealing Complex Social-Ecological Interactions Through Participatory Modeling to Support Ecosystem-Based Management in Hawaiʻi

Study of connectivity between ecosystem pressures and services identified through local stakeholder input.

Impact of Exceptional Growth Rates on Estimations of Life-Stage Duration in Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles

New information on growth spurts and the potential impact on estimates of lifetime growth rate and age at first reproduction for the Hawaiian population of green sea turtles.

Bigeye Tuna Catch Limits Lead to Differential Impacts for Hawaiʻi Longliners

An examination of the effects of quota reductions on the Hawai'i longline fleet.

Estimating Nearshore Coral Reef-Associated Fisheries Production From the Main Hawaiian Islands

This study estimates nearshore reef fish production for the main Hawaiian Islands at the island scale using commercial and non-commercial catch and characterizes the non-commercial fishery.

Validation of ATR FT-IR to Identify Polymers of Plastic Marine Debris, Including Those Ingested by Marine Organisms

The paper identifies plastic debris as a pelagic threat to marine turtles, allows identification of plastic type and origin, and the quantification of plastic type most ingested by protected marine turtles.

JABBA: Just Another Bayesian Biomass Assessment

JABBA is an open-source modeling framework for simplified, data-moderate stock assessments which has already been used in 5 assessments worldwide and will be applied to domestic and international stocks in 2018.

Survey for Placental Disease and Reproductive Pathogens in the Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal (Neomonachus schauinslandi)

The lack of reproductive pathogens identified in the sampled population indicates that factors other than reproductive pathology, such as resource limitation or other external stressors, may drive the observed variability in monk seal reproductive rates.