Recent Publications

Journal Articles

2015

(0868) Getting ocean acidification on decision makers’ to-do lists: Dissecting the process through case studies. 2015. SR Cooley, EB Jewett, J Reichert, L Robbins, G Shrestha, D Wieczorek, SB Weisberg. Oceanography 28(2):198–211, http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2015.42.. ABSTRACT
(0867) Ocean acidification science needs for natural resource managers of the North American west coast. 2015. AB Boehm, MZ Jacobson, MJ O’Donnell, M Sutula, WW Wakefield, SB Weisberg, E Whiteman. Oceanography 28(2):170–181, http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2015.40.. ABSTRACT
(0866) Core principles of the California Current Acidification Network: Linking chemistry, physics, and ecological effects. . 2015. K McLaughlin , SB Weisberg, AG Dickson, GE Hofmann , JA Newton , D Aseltine-Neilson, A Barton, S Cudd, RA Feely, IW Jefferds, EB Jewett, T King, CJ Langdon, S McAfee, D Pleschner-Steele, B Steele . Oceanography 28(2):160–169, http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2015.39. ABSTRACT
(0865) Impacts of coastal acidification on the Pacific Northwest shellfish industry and adaptation strategies implemented in response. 2015. A Barton, GG Waldbusser, RA Feely, SB Weisberg, JA Newton, B Hales, S Cudd, B Eudeline, CJ Langdon, I Jefferds, T King, A Suhrbier, K McLaughlin. Oceanography 28(2):146-159, http://dx.doi.org/10.567/oceanog.2015.38. ABSTRACT
(0851) Wetland Ecogenomics – The Next Generation of Wetland Biodiversity and Functional Assessment. Request Only. 2015. J F Gibson, ED Stein, DJ Baird, CM Finlayson, X Zhang, M Hajibabaei. 0851. Wetland Science and Practice March 2015. ABSTRACT
(0850) Transcriptomic Effects-Based Monitoring for Endocrine Active Chemicals: Assessing Relative Contribution of Treated Wastewater to Downstream Pollution. Request Only. 2015. D Martinovic´-Weigelt, AC Mehinto, GT Ankley, ND Denslow, LB Barber, KE Lee, RJ King, HL Schoenfuss, AL Schroeder, DL Villeneuve. Environmental Science & Technology dx.doi.org/10.1021/es404027n. ABSTRACT
(0848) Using performance reference compound-corrected polyethylene passive samplers and caged bivalves to measure hydrophobic contaminants of concern in urban coastal seawaters. Request Only. 2015. AS Joyce, MS Pirogovsky, RG Adams, W Lao, D Tsukada, CL Cash, JF Hawa, KA Maruya. Chemosphere 127:10–17. ABSTRACT

Technical Reports

2015

(0861) Best Practices for autonomous measurement of seawater pH with the Honeywell Durafet pH sensor. 2015. T Martz, K McLaughlin, SB Weisberg. Technical Report 861. ABSTRACT
(0860) Use of dye tracers and qPCR to identify human fecal contamination at Doheny State Beach, Dana Point, CA. 2015. BA Layton, MR Raith, JF Griffith. Technical Report 860. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Authority Costa Mesa, CA. ABSTRACT
(0859) Demonstrating the California Wetland Status and Trends Program: A Probabilistic Approach for Estimating Statewide Aquatic Resource Extent, Distribution and Change over Time . 2015. ED Stein, P Pendleton, K O’Connor, C Endris, J Adalaars, M Salomon, K Cayce, A Jong. Technical Report 859. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Authority Costa Mesa, CA. ABSTRACT
(0855) Characterization of the rocky intertidal ecological communities associated with Northern California Areas of Special Biological Significance. 2015. PT Raimondi, M George, M Redfield, S Worden, R Williams, N Fletcher, L Anderson, D Lohse, R Gaddam. Technical Report 855. ABSTRACT