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To meet its statutory obligations to protect, maintain and improve Alaska's recreational fisheries, the Division of Sport Fish of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game regularly gathers information on fish populations, stocks and habitats in Alaska. Most of this information is specific to Alaska’s fisheries, and is published in the division’s technical publication series. However, some of the information has broader implication, and is published in the journals and symposia of professional organizations and other, independent agencies. Below is a list of these scientific papers published by staff under the sponsorship of the Sport Fish Division. For additional assistance, please contact dfg.dsf.publications@alaska.gov or our founding library ARLIS adfg_librarian@arlis.org

2014

Bangs, P. D., and J. J. Nagler. 2014. A comparison of nonlethal methods for evaluating the reproductive status of female coastal cutthroat trout. (PDF 3.4 MB) Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5:183-190.

2013

Meyer, S. and R. Powers. 2013. Analysis of management options for the Area 2C and 3A charter halibut fisheries for 2014. (PDF 763 kB). A report to the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, December 2012. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Homer.

2012

Hochhalter, S. J. 2012. Modeling submergence success of discarded yelloweye rockfish (Sebastes ruberrimus) and quillback rockfish (Sebastes maliger): toward improved estimation of total fishery removals. (PDF) Fisheries Research 127-128: 142-147.

King, J., DiCosimo, J., Fina, M. and Meyer, S. 2012. Discussion paper; Pacific halibut catch sharing plan for the charter and commercial fisheries in Area 2C and 3A. (PDF 2,055 kB) Alaska Department of Fish and Game, in cooperation with Northern Economics, Inc., and North Pacific Fishery Management Council, Homer.

Meyer, S. A. 2012. Analysis of management options for the Area 2C and 3A charter halibut fisheries for 2013. (PDF 748 kB) A report to the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, December 2012. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Homer.

Meyer, S. 2012. Review of preferred methods to project charter yields under alternative management measures. (PDF) Report to the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, Scientific and Statistical Committee, September, 2012. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage.

2011

Hochhalter, S. J., and D. J. Reed. 2011. The effectiveness of deepwater release at improving the survival of discarded yelloweye rockfish. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 31(5)852-860.

Meyer, S. 2011. Analysis of management options for the Area 2C charter halibut fishery for 2012. (PDF) Report for the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, November 2011. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage.

Meyer, S. 2011. Methods for establishing maximum size limits for the charter fishery under the halibut catch sharing plan. A report to the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, June 2011. (PDF) Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage.

Extended Abstracts–American Fisheries Society Meeting, September 4-8, 2011, Seattle, WA.

  • Marston, B. 2011. Observations of repeat spawning of steelhead in Yakutat Alaska.
  • Harding, R. 2011. Coastal cutthroat trout maturity studies in Southeast Alaska.
  • Baumer, J. 2011. Aquatic education strategies of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish.
  • Jennings, G. B., A. E. Bingham, K. Sundet, and W. Romberg. 2011. The Alaska Sportfishing Survey: A mail survey of participation, effort, catch and harvest.
  • Sutton, T. M., J. A. Lopez and M. J. Evenson. 2011. Life history and genetic variability of larval lampreys in interior of Alaska rivers.
  • Fleischman, S., J. Huang, and D. Burwen. 2011. Mixture model analysis for species apportionment of Dual-Frequency Identification Sonar Data.
  • Burwen, D., S. Fleischman, J. Miller and M. Jensen. Estimating Chinook salmon passage in the Kenai River using Dual Frequency Identification Sonar.
  • King, M., and J. Cope. Evaluation of culvert influences on seasonal movements of juvenile salmonids, Slikok Creek, Alaska.
  • Jaecks, T., M. H. Bond, J. A. Miller and T. Quinn. 2011. A false-positive for anadromy in Dolly Varden otoliths in Alaska reveals likely diet effect of Pacific Salmon subsidies on resident fishes.

2010

Burwen, D. L., S. J. Fleischman, and J. D. Miller. 2010. Accuracy and precision of salmon length estimates taken from DIDSON sonar images. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 139:1306-1314.

Mueller, A. M., D. L. Burwen, K. Boswell, and T. K. Mulligan. 2010. Tail-beat patterns in Dual-Frequency Identification Sonar echograms and their potential use for species identification and bioenergetics studies. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 139:900-910.

2009

Bernard, D. R., and R. A. Clark. 2009. Importance of marine-derived nutrients in establishing escapement goals for Pacific salmon. [In] E. E. Knudsen and J. H. Michael, Jr., editors. Pacific salmon environmental and life history models: Advancing Science for sustainable salmon in the future. American Fisheries Society Symposium 71:147-164.

Burr, J. M. 2009. Management of recreational salmon fisheries in the Arctic-Yukon-Kuskokwim region of Alaska. [In] C. C. Krueger and C. E. Zimmerman, editors. Pacific salmon: Ecology and management of Western Alaska's populations. American Fisheries Society Symposium 70.

Clark, R. A., D. R. Bernard, and S. J. Fleischman. 2009. Stock-recruitment analysis for escapement goal development: a case study of Pacific salmon in Alaska. [In] C. C. Krueger and C. E. Zimmerman, editors. Pacific salmon: Ecology and management of Western Alaska's populations. American Fisheries Society Symposium 70:743-757.

Meyer, S. 2009. Projecting sport charter halibut harvests under the NPFMC catch sharing plan. (PDF) Discussion paper for the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, Scientific and Statistical Committee, January 23, 2009. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage.

Meyer, S. and R. Powers. 2009. Evaluation of Alaska charter logbook data for 2006-2008. (PDF) Discussion paper for the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, September 21, 2009. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage.

2008

Meyer, S. C., M. J. Jaenicke. 2008. Final completion report: assessment of recreational halibut harvest in Alaska. (PDF 831 kB) NOAA Grant Award NA04NMF4370027. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Juneau.

Meyer, S. C., M. J. Jaenicke, B. Failor. 2008. Final completion report: assessment of recreational halibut harvest in Alaska. (PDF 737 kB) NOAA Grant Award NA07NMF4370168. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Juneau.

Meyer, S., R. Powers, A. Bingham, M. Jaenicke, R. Clark, K. Sundet, and D. Sigurdsson. 2008.Evaluation of the 2006 ADF&G charter logbook. (PDF 395 kB) Discussion paper for the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, March 24, 2008. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage.

Southwick Associates Inc. and W. J. Romberg, A. E. Bingham, G. B. Jennings, and R. A. Clark. 2008. Economic impacts and contributions of sportfishing in Alaska, 2007. (PDF 5,956 kB) Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Professional Paper No. 08-01, Anchorage.

2007

Meyer, S., M. Jaenicke, G. Jennings, D. Sigurdsson. 2007. ADF&G procedures for estimation of recreational catch of Pacific halibut, demersal shelf rockfish, and sharks. (PDF 392 kB) Unpublished discussion paper for the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, Scientific and Statistical Committee, September 18, 2007. Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

Burwen, D. L., P. A. Nealson, S. J. Fleischman, T. J. Mulligan, and J. K. Horne. 2007. The complexity of narrowband echo envelopes as a function of fish side-aspect angle. ICES Journal of Marine Science 64(5):1066-1074.

Meyer, S. 2007. Discussion paper; halibut discard mortality in recreational fisheries in IPHC Areas 2C and 3A. (PDF 263 kB) Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Homer.

2006

Olsen, J. B., K. Wuttig, D. Fleming, E. J. Kretschmer, and J. K. Wenburg. 2006. Evidence of partial anadromy and resident form dispersal bias on a fine scale in populations of Oncorhynchus mykiss. Conservation Genetics 7:613-619

DeCicco, A. L., and R. J. Brown. 2006. Direct validation of annual growth increments on sectioned otoliths from adult Arctic grayling and a comparison of otolith and scale ages. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26(3): 580.

2005

Duda, M. D., P. E. De Michele, M. Jones, C. Zurawski, J. Yoder, W. Testerman, A, Lanier, S. J. Bissell, P. Wang, and J. B. Herrick. 2003. Public opinion of management options for recreational fishing of early run king salmon on the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers. Report prepared for Alaska Department of Fish and Game by Responsive Management, Harrisburg, Va.

2004

Eskelin, A. 2004. An assessment of trap efficiency to estimate coho salmon smolt abundance in a small Alaskan stream. (PDF) Master’s thesis, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

2003

Burwen, D. L., S. J. Fleischman, J. D. Miller, and M. E. Jensen. 2003. Time-based signal characteristics as predictors of fish size and species for a side-looking hydroacoustic application in a river. ICES Journal of Marine Science 60(3):662-668.

Fleischman, S. J., and D. L. Burwen. 2003. Mixture models for the species apportionment of hydroacoustic data, with echo-envelope length as the discriminatory variable. ICES Journal of Marine Science 60(3):592-598.

Schwanke, C. J., and W. A. Hubert. 2003. Structure, abundance, and movements of an allacustrine population of rainbow trout in the Naknek River, Southwest Alaska. (PDF) Northwest Science 77:340-348.

2002

Alt, K., and T. Taube. 2002. Abundance and composition of inconnu spawners from the Kobuk River, Alaska. Archives of Hydrobiology, Special Issue Advances in Limnology 57:639-645. Request through sfpublications@alaska.gov

Schwanke, C. J. 2002. Abundance and movement of the rainbow trout spawning stock in the Upper Naknek River, Alaska. (PDF) Master’s thesis, University of Wyoming Graduate School, Laramie, Wyoming.

2001

Olito, C., D. Loopstra, and P. Hansen. 2001. Acceleration of sexual maturation in Chinook salmon broodstock using luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone analog. North American Journal of Aquaculture 63(3):208-214.

2000

Evenson, M. J. 2000. Reproductive traits of burbot in the Tanana River, Alaska. Pages 61-70 [In] V. L. Paragamian and D. W. Willis, editors. Burbot: biology, ecology, and management. American Fisheries Society, Fisheries Management Section, Publication No. 1, Bethesda.

Evenson, M. J., and K. W. Wuttig. 2000. Radio telemetry as a means to estimate escapement of Chinook salmon in the Unalakleet River, Alaska. Pages 24-34 [In] J. H. Eiler, D. J. Alcorn, and M. R. Neuman, editors. Biotelemetry 15: Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on Biotelemetry, Juneau, AK, May 9-14, 1999. Contact adfg_librarian@arlis.org

Fish, J. T., S. M. Roach, and W. P. Ridder. 2000. The use of radio telemetry in evaluating northern pike and Arctic grayling stock assessment studies. Pages 43-50 [In] J. H. Eiler, D. J. Alcorn, and M. R. Neuman, editors. Biotelemetry 15: Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on Biotelemetry, Juneau, AK, May 9-14, 1999. Contact adfg_librarian@arlis.org

Fleischman, S. J., and D. L. Burwen. 2000. Correcting for position-related bias in estimates of the acoustic backscattering cross-section. Aquatic Living Resources 13(5):283-290.

Hasbrouck, J. J., S. L. Hammarstrom, J. A. Carlon, and R. A. Clark. 2000. Two methods to estimate abundance of salmonids using biotelemetry. Pages 129-137 [In] J. H. Eiler, D. J. Alcorn, and M. R. Neuman, editors. Biotelemetry 15: Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on Biotelemetry, Juneau, AK, May 9-14, 1999. Contact adfg_librarian@arlis.org

Merritt, M. F. and T. J. Quinn II. 2000. Using perceptions of data accuracy and empirical weighting of information: assessment of a recreational fish population. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57(7): 1459-1469.

Taube, T. T., and B. R. Lubinski. 2000. Seasonal movements and habitat use of northern pike in the Kaiyuh Flats, Innoko National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska [In] J. H. Eiler, D. J. Alcorn, and M. R. Neuman, editors. 2000. Biotelemetry 15: Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on Biotelemetry, Juneau, AK May 9-14, 1999. Contact adfg_librarian@arlis.org

1999

Bernard, D. R., J. J. Hasbrouck, and S. J. Fleischman. 1999. Handling-induced delay and downstream movement of adult Chinook salmon in rivers. Fisheries Research 44:37-46.

Merritt, M. F., J. Duffield, and C. Neher. 1999. Economic value of northern Alaska sport fisheries and the influence of management on stated trip frequency. Pages 119-123 [In] Evaluating the benefits of recreational fisheries. Fisheries Centre Research Reports, University of British Columbia, Vol. 7(2).

Roach, S. M. 1999. Influence of electrofishing on the mortality of Arctic grayling eggs. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 19:923-929.

Romberg, W. J. 1999. Market segmentation, preferences, and management attitudes of Alaska nonresident anglers. Master’s thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia.

Phillips, Ruth B, Linda I Gudex, Kathleen M Westrich, and Alfred Decicco. 1999. Combined phylogenetic analysis of ribosomal ITS1 sequences and new chromosome data supports three subgroups of Dolly Varden char (Salvelinus malma). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 56 (8): 1504.

1998

Bernard, D. R., R. P. Marshall, and J. E. Clark. 1998. Planning sampling programs to estimate salmon harvest with coded-wire tags. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55:1983-1995.

Bernard, D. R., A. E. Bingham, and M. Alexandersdottir. 1998. Robust harvest estimates from on-site roving-access creel surveys. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 127:481-495.

Burwen, D. L., and S. J. Fleischman. 1998. Evaluation of side-aspect target strength and pulse width as potential hydroacoustic discriminators of fish species in rivers. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55(11):2492-2502.

Hamada, M., N. Takasaki, J. D. Reist, A. L. DeCicco, A. Goto, and N. Okada. 1998. Detection of the ongoing sorting of ancestrally polymorphic SINEs toward fixation or loss in populations of two species of char during speciation. Genetics Society of America 150:301-311.

Hasbrouck, J.J., S. L. Hammarstrom, J. A. Carlon, and R. A. Clark. 1998. Two methods to estimate abundance of salmonids using biotelemetry. Technical Methods for Aquatic Systems, Biotelemetry 15. Request through sfpublications@alaska.gov

Jones III, E. L., T. J. Quinn II, and B. W. Van Alen. 1998. Observer accuracy and precision in aerial and foot survey counts of pink salmon in a Southeast Alaska stream. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 18:832-846.

1997

Burr, J. M. 1997. Growth, density, and biomass of lake trout in Arctic and subarctic Alaska. [In] Reynolds, J. B. editor. Fish ecology in Arctic North America. American Fisheries Society Symposium 19:109-118.

DeCicco, A. L.1997. Movements of postsmolt anadromous Dolly Varden in northwestern Alaska. [In] Reynolds, J. B. editor. Fish Ecology in Arctic North America. American Fisheries Society Symposium 19:175-183.

DeCicco, A. L., M. F. Merritt, and A. E. Bingham. 1997. Characteristics of a lightly exploited population of Arctic grayling in the Sinuk River, Alaska. [In] Reynolds, J. B. editor. Fish Ecology in Arctic North America. American Fisheries Society Symposium 19:229-239.

Gresswell, R. E., and R. D. Harding. 1997. The role of special angling regulations in management of coastal cutthroat trout. Pages 151-156 [In] Hall, J. D., P. A. Bisson, and R. E. Gresswell, editors. Sea-run cutthroat trout: biology, management, and future conservation. American Fisheries Society Oregon Chapter. Proceedings of Symposium, Corvallis, Oregon, October 12-14, 1995.

Jones, J. D. and C. L. Seifert. 1997. Distribution of mature sea-run cutthroat trout overwintering in Auke Lake and Lake Eva in southeastern Alaska. Pages 27-28 [In] Hall, J. D., P. A. Bisson, and R. E. Gresswell, editors. 1997. Sea-run cutthroat trout: biology, management, and future conservation. Oregon Chapter, American Fisheries Society, Corvallis, Oregon, USA. Contact adfg_librarian@arlis.org

Schmidt, A. E. 1997. Status of sea-run cutthroat trout stocks in Alaska. Pages 80 [In] Hall, J. D., P. A. Bisson, and R. E. Gresswell, editors. 1997. Sea-run cutthroat trout: biology, management, and future conservation. Oregon Chapter, American Fisheries Society, Corvallis, Oregon, USA. Contact adfg_librarian@arlis.org

1996

Bernard, D. R., and J. E. Clark. 1996. Estimating salmon harvest with coded-wire tags. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 53:2323-2332.

Hepler, K. R., P. A. Hansen, and D. R. Bernard. 1996. Impact of oil spilled from the Exxon Valdez on survival and growth of Dolly Varden and cutthroat trout in Prince William Sound. Pages 645-658 [In] S. D. Rice, R. B. Spies, D. A. Wolfe, and B. A. Wright, editors. Proceedings of the Exxon Valdez oil spill symposium. American Fisheries Society Symposium 18, Bethesda, MD.

Radtke, R. L., D. P. Fey, A. D. DeCicco and A. Montgomery. 1996. Otolith microstructure in young-of-the-year Dolly Varden, Salvelinus malma, from American and Asian populations: resolution of comparative life history characteristics. Arctic 49(2):162-169.

Sundberg, K., L. Deysher, and L. McDonald. 1996. Intertidal and supratidal site selection using a geographical information system. (PDF 759 kB) American Fisheries Society Symposium 18:167-176.

Wiedmer, M., M. J. Fink, J. J. Stegeman, R. Smolowitz, G. D. Marty, and D. E. Hinton. 1996. Cytochrome P-450 induction and histopathology in preemergent pink salmon from oiled spawning sites in Prince William Sound. (PDF 1,532 kB) American Fisheries Society Symposium 18:509-517.

1995

Bernard, D. R., K. R. Hepler, J. D. Jones, M. E. Whalen, and D. N. McBride. 1995. Some tests of the "migration hypothesis" for anadromous Dolly Varden (southern form). American Fisheries Society 124:297-307.

Larson, L. L. 1995. A portable restraint cradle for handling large salmonids. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 15:654-656.

Meyers, T. R., and J. R. Winton. 1995. Viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus in North America. Annual Review of Fish Diseases 5:3-24.

1994

Brock, I. R., P. A. Hansen, D. N. McBride, and A. C. Havens. 1994. Culture and performance of triploid rainbow trout in Alaska. Transactions of the 59th North American Wildlife & Natural Resources Conference 59:263-273.

Clark, R. A. 1994. Population dynamics and potential utility per recruit of Arctic grayling in Fielding Lake, Alaska. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 14:500-515.

Hoffmann, A., and K. R. Hepler. 1994. Stocked Chinook and coho salmon urban fisheries in Anchorage, Alaska. Transactions of the 59th North American Wildlife & Natural Resources Conference 59:254-262.

McKinley, T. R. 1994. Some effects of net-pen-rearing methods on feed conversion by age-0 Arctic grayling in an Interior Alaskan lake. The Progressive Fish-Culturist 56:19-24.

Peltz, L. 1994. The role of fish hatcheries in the sport fisheries of the state of Alaska. Transactions of the 59th North American Wildlife & Natural Resources Conference 59:236-243.

Sterritt, D. A., S. T. Elliott, and A. E. Schmidt. 1994. Electrical anesthesia for immobilizing adult coho salmon in freshwater. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 14:453-456.

1993

Bendock, T., and M. Alexandersdottir. 1993. Hooking mortality of Chinook salmon released in the Kenai River, Alaska. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 13:540-549.

Bernard, D. R., J. F. Parker, and R. Lafferty. 1993. Stock assessment of burbot populations in small and moderate-size lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 13:657-675.

Bernard, D. R., W. H. Arvey, and R. A. Holmes. 1993. Operational planning: the Dall River and rescue of its sport fishery. Fisheries 18(2):6-13.

Burr, J. M. 1993. Maturity of lake trout from eleven lakes in Alaska. Northwest Science 67(2):78-87.

Harle, M. L., and C. C. Estes. 1993. An assessment of instream flow protection in Alaska. Pages 9.1-9.19 [In] L. J. MacDonnell and T. A. Rice, editors. Instream Flow Protection in the Western United States, revised edition. University of Colorado School of Law. Boulder, Colorado. Contact adfg_librarian@arlis.org

Merritt, M. F., and K. R. Criddle. 1993. Evaluation of the analytic hierarchy process for aiding management decisions in recreational fisheries: a case study of the Chinook salmon fishery in the Kenai River, Alaska. Pages 683-704 [In] G. Kruse, D. M. Eggers, R. J. Marasco, C. Pautzke, and T. J. Quinn II, editors. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Management Strategies for Exploited Fish Populations. Alaska Sea Grant College Program Report No. 93-02, University of Alaska Fairbanks. Contact adfg_librarian@arlis.org

Quinn II, T. J., and N. J. Szarzi. 1993. Determination of sustained yield in Alaska's recreational fisheries. Pages 61-84 [In] G. Kruse, D. M. Eggers, R. J. Marasco, C. Pautzke, and T. J. Quinn II, editors. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Management Strategies for Exploited Fish Populations. Alaska Sea Grant College Program Report No. 93-02, University of Alaska Fairbanks. Contact adfg_librarian@arlis.org

Vincent-Lang, D. 1993. Relative survival of unmarked and fin-clipped coho salmon from Bear Lake, Alaska. The Progressive Fish-Culturist 55:141-148.

Vincent-Lang, D., M. Alexandersdottir, and D. McBride. 1993. Mortality of coho salmon caught and released using sport tackle in the Little Susitna River, Alaska. Fisheries Research 15(4):339-356.

1992

Clark, J. H., and D. R. Bernard. 1992. Fecundity of humpback whitefish and least cisco in the Chatanika River, Alaska. American Fisheries Society 121(2):268-273.

Clark, R. A. 1992. Influence of stream flows and stock size on recruitment of Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) in the Chena River, Alaska. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49(5):1027-1034.

DeCicco, A. L. 1992. Long-distance movements of anadromous Dolly Varden between Alaska and the U.S.S.R. Arctic 45(2):120-123.

Elliott, S. T. 1992. A trough trap for catching coho salmon smolts emigrating from beaver ponds. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 12(4):837-840.

O'Connell, V. M., D. A. Gordon, A. Hoffmann, and K. Hepler. 1992. Northern range extension of the vermilion rockfish (Sebastes miniatus). California Fish and Game 78(4):173. Request through sfpublications@alaska.gov

1991

Baker, T. T., R. Lafferty, and T. J. Quinn II. 1991. A general growth model for mark-recapture data. Fisheries Research 11:257-281.

Baker, T. T., and L. S. Timmons. 1991. Precision of age estimates from five bony structures of Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) from the Wood River System, Alaska. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada 48(6):1007-1014.

Bernard, D. R., G. A. Pearse, and R. H. Conrad. 1991. Hoop traps as a means to capture burbot. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 11(1):91-104.

Fleming, D. F., and J. B. Reynolds. 1991. Effects of spawning-run delay on spawning migration of Arctic grayling. [In] Colt, J. and R. J. White, editors. Fisheries bioengineering Symposium. American Fisheries Society Symposium 10:299-305.

Heineman, G. 1991. Use of machine-readable forms to record creel survey and biological data. American Fisheries Society Symposium 12:227-231. sfpublications@alaska.gov

Hammarstrom, S. L. 1991. Advantages of field data recorders in creel surveys of recreational fisheries. American Fisheries Society Symposium 12:232-235. sfpublications@alaska.gov

Olito, C., and I. Brock. 1991. Sex reversal of rainbow trout: creating an all-female population. The Progressive Fish-Culturist 53(1): 41-44.

1986-1990

Clark, R. A. 1987. Sources of variability in three aging structures for Yukon River fall chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta Walbaum) escapement samples (PDF 193 kB). [In] Rigby, P. editor. Proceedings of the 1987 Northeast Pacific Pink and Chum Salmon Workshop, February 18-20, 1987, Anchorage. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Juneau.

DeCicco, A. L. 1989. Movements and spawning of adult Dolly Varden char (S. malma) in Chukchi Sea drainages of northwestern Alaska: evidence for summer and fall spawning populations. Physiology and Ecology Japan 1:229-238. sfpublications@alaska.gov

Elliott, S. T. 1986. Reduction of a Dolly Varden population and macrobenthos after removal of logging debris. American Fisheries Society 115(3):392-400.

Estes, C. C., and J. F. Orsborn. 1986. Review and analysis of methods for quantifying instream flow requirements. Water Resources Bulletin 22(3):389-398.

Estes, C. C., and M. L. Harle. 1987. Alaska's instream flow program. Instream Flow Chronicle 4(1):1-2. Request through adfg_librarian@arlis.org

Lloyd, D. S. 1987. Turbidity as a water quality standard for salmonids habitats in Alaska. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 7:34-45.

Peltz, L., and J. Miller. 1990. Performance of half-length coded wire tags in a pink salmon hatchery marking program. American Fisheries Society Symposium 7:244-252.

Reiser, D. W., T. A. Wesche, and C. C. Estes. 1989. Status of instream flow legislation and practices in North America. Fisheries 14(2):22-29.

Sharp, D., and D. R. Bernard. 1988. Precision of estimated ages of lake trout from five calcified structures. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 8(3):367-372.

1981-1985

Armstrong, R. H. 1984. Migration of anadromous Dolly Varden char in southeastern Alaska-¬ a manager's nightmare. Pages 559-570 [In] L. Johnson and B. L. Burns, editors. Biology of the Arctic char. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Arctic char. University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg. sfpublications@alaska.gov

Elliott, S. T. 1981. Records of Plecoptera (Insecta) from Southeastern Alaska. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 57:434-442. adfg_librarian@arlis.org

Elliott, S. T. 1981. Relation of larval Polypedilum (Diptera: Chironomidae) to pink salmon eggs and alevins in an Alaskan stream. The Progressive Fish-Culturist 43(4): 220-221.

Oswood, M. W., J. B. Reynolds, J. D. Laperriere, R. Holmes, J. Hallberg, and J. H. Triplehorn. 1985. Water quality and ecology of the Chena River, Alaska. Prepared for Ecology and Fisheries of the Chena River Symposium, Fairbanks. sfpublications@alaska.gov

1976-1980:

Armstrong, R. H., and J. E. Morrow. 1980. The Dolly Varden char. Pages 99-140 [In] E. K. Balon, editor. Chars: salmonid fishes of the genus Salvelinus. Dr. W. Junk-bv, Publishers, The Hague, Netherlands. adfg_librarian@arlis.org

Alt, K. T. 1979. Contributions to the life history of the humpback whitefish in Alaska. American Fisheries Society 108(2):156-160.

Alt, K. T. 1977. Inconnu Stenodus leucichthys migration studies in Alaska 1961-74. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada 34(1):129-133.

Alt, K. T. 1976. Age and growth of Alaskan broad whitefish, Coregonus nasus. American Fisheries Society 105(4):526-528.

1971-1975:

Armstrong, R. H. 1974. Migration of anadromous Dolly Varden (Salvelinus malma) in southeastern Alaska. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada 31:435¬-444.

Alt, K. T. 1973. Age and growth of the inconnu Stenodus leucichthys in Alaska. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada Journal 30(3):457-459.

Alt, K. T. 1973. Contributions to the biology of the Bering cisco Coregonus laurettae in Alaska. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada Journal 30(12):1885-1888.

Alt, K. T., and D. R. Kogl. 1973. Notes on the whitefish of the Colville River, Alaska. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada 30(4):554-556.

Armstrong, R. H. 1971. Age, food, and migration of sea-run cutthroat trout, Salmo clarki, at Eva Lake, Southeastern Alaska. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 100(2):302-306.

1959-1970:

Armstrong, R. H. 1970. Age, food, and migration of Dolly Varden smolts in southeastern Alaska. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada 27(6):991-1004.

Armstrong, R. H., and R. F. Blackett. 1966. Use and evaluation of dart tags to study the migration habits of Dolly Varden, Salvelinus malma. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 95(3):320-323.

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