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OSRI Journal and Workshop Publications

Alaska Clean Sea. 2001. International Oil & Ice Workshop 2000: Oil Spill Preparedness for Cold Climates (CD). Proceedings of the Conference, April 5-7, 2000, Anchorage & Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Alaska Clean Sea.


Bang, I., Mooers, C.N.K. 2002. The influence of several factors controlling the interactions between Prince William Sound, Alaska, and the Northern Gulf of Alaska. Journal of Physical Oceanography. In press.

Ben-David, M., T.M. Williams, and O.A. Ormseth. 2000. Effects of oiling on exercise physiology and diving behavior of river otters: a captive study. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 78:1380-1390

Ben-David, M., G. Blundell, and J. Blake. Post-release survival of river otters: effects of exposure to crude oil and captivity. Submitted

Bishop, M.A., and S.P. Green. 2001. Predation on Pacific herring (Clupea pallasi) spawn by birds in Prince William Sound, Alaska. Fisheries Oceanography 10(1):149-158.

Braddock, J.F., and K.A. Gannon. 2001. Petroleum hydrocarbon degrading microbial communities in Beaufort Sea sediments. Minerals Management Service Information Transfer Meeting, Anchorage, AK, April 2001.


Clarke, E.D., L.B. Spear, M.L. McCracken, D.C. Borchers, F.F.C. Marues, S.T. Buckland, and D.G. Ainley. Application of generalized additive models to estimate size of seabird populations and temporal trend from survey data collected at sea. Journal of Applied Ecology. In press.

Chesceri, E.J., J.H. Grabowski, S. Powers, C.H. Peterson, C.S. Martens, and M. Bishop. 2001. Carbon and nitrogen isotopic tracing of organic matter flow in two tidal estuaries of southcentral Alaska. Presentation by E.J. Chesceri: North American Benthological Society Meeting, LaCrosse, WI, June, 2001.

Cook Inlet Regional Citizen’s Advisory Council. 1999. Forum Proceedings: Safety of Navigation in Cook Inlet, September 9 & 10, 1999. Cook Inlet Regional Citizen’s Advisory Council, Kenai, AK.


Ferry, Leann, Lisa Ka’aihue, and Linda Robinson. 2002. Peer Listener Training Video. Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute, Cordova, Alaska.



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The Oil Spill Recovery Institute: Past, Present, and Future Directions H OSRI Journal and Workshop Publications Alaska Clean Sea. 2001. International Oil & Ice Workshop 2000: Oil Spill Preparedness for Cold Climates (CD). Proceedings of the Conference, April 5-7, 2000, Anchorage & Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Alaska Clean Sea. Bang, I., Mooers, C.N.K. 2002. The influence of several factors controlling the interactions between Prince William Sound, Alaska, and the Northern Gulf of Alaska. Journal of Physical Oceanography. In press. Ben-David, M., T.M. Williams, and O.A. Ormseth. 2000. Effects of oiling on exercise physiology and diving behavior of river otters: a captive study. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 78:1380-1390 Ben-David, M., G. Blundell, and J. Blake. Post-release survival of river otters: effects of exposure to crude oil and captivity. Submitted Bishop, M.A., and S.P. Green. 2001. Predation on Pacific herring (Clupea pallasi) spawn by birds in Prince William Sound, Alaska. Fisheries Oceanography 10(1):149-158. Braddock, J.F., and K.A. Gannon. 2001. Petroleum hydrocarbon degrading microbial communities in Beaufort Sea sediments. Minerals Management Service Information Transfer Meeting, Anchorage, AK, April 2001. Clarke, E.D., L.B. Spear, M.L. McCracken, D.C. Borchers, F.F.C. Marues, S.T. Buckland, and D.G. Ainley. Application of generalized additive models to estimate size of seabird populations and temporal trend from survey data collected at sea. Journal of Applied Ecology. In press. Chesceri, E.J., J.H. Grabowski, S. Powers, C.H. Peterson, C.S. Martens, and M. Bishop. 2001. Carbon and nitrogen isotopic tracing of organic matter flow in two tidal estuaries of southcentral Alaska. Presentation by E.J. Chesceri: North American Benthological Society Meeting, LaCrosse, WI, June, 2001. Cook Inlet Regional Citizen’s Advisory Council. 1999. Forum Proceedings: Safety of Navigation in Cook Inlet, September 9 & 10, 1999. Cook Inlet Regional Citizen’s Advisory Council, Kenai, AK. Ferry, Leann, Lisa Ka’aihue, and Linda Robinson. 2002. Peer Listener Training Video. Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute, Cordova, Alaska.

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The Oil Spill Recovery Institute: Past, Present, and Future Directions Gannon, K.A., and J.F. Braddock. 2001 Petroleum hydrocarbon degrading microbial communities in Beaufort Sea sediments. Oral presentation at the American Society for Microbiology-Alaska Chapter 17th Annual Meeting, Anchorage, AK, April 2001. Hartwell, Kevin. 2001. Celebrating Alaska’s Shorebirds (video). Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute, Cordova, Alaska. Johnson, Mark A., and Stephen R. Okkonen (ed). 2000. Proceedings of the Cook Inlet Oceanography Workshop, 9 November 1999, Kenai, Alaska. Institute of Marine Science, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska. Kirsch, Jay, and G.L. Thomas, 2000. Acoustic estimation of spring plankton densities in Prince William Sound. Fisheries Research. 47(2000):245-260 LaFornaise, John. 1999. Sound Science (video). Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute, Cordova, Alaska. Mooers, C.N.K., I. Bang, and S.L. Vaughan. Experience with the Prince William Sound Nowcast/Forecast System. AMS Preprint Volume. Mooers, et al. A Nowcast/Forecast System for Prince William Sound. In preparation . National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, Office of Response and Restoration. 2000. Sensitivity of Coastal Environmental and Wildlife to Spilled Oil: Prince William Sound, Alaska. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Silver Spring, Maryland. Oedekoven, Cornelia, David G. Ainley, and Larry B. Spear. Variable responses of seabirds to change in marine climate: California Current, 1985-1994. Marine Ecology Press Series. In press. Owens, Edward H., Laurence B. Solsberg, Mark R. West, and Maureen McGrath. 1998. Field Guide for Oil Spill Response in Arctic Waters. Environment Canada, Yellowknife, NT Canada. Powers, S.P., and H.S. Lenihan. 2002. Physical biological coupling and the conservation of marine species. Journal of Sea Research. In review. Powers. S.P., and J.N. Kittinger. 2002. Hydrodynamic mediation of predator-prey interactions: differential patterns of prey susceptibility and predator success explained by variation in water flow. Journal of the Exploration of Marine Biology and Ecology. In press. Powers, S.P., and M.A. Bishop. 2001. Ecology of the Copper River Delta, Alaska: potential role of avian predators in determining macrobenthic community structure. Presentation by S.P. Powers: Benthic Ecology meeting, University of New Hampshire, Durham, March, 2001. Powers, S.P., M.A. Bishop, J.H. Grabowski, and C.H. Peterson. 2002. Intertidal benthic resources of the Copper River Delta, Alaska, USA. Journal of Sea Research 47(1):13-23. Powers, S.P., M.A. Bishop, J.H. Grabowski, and L. Manning. Growth, recruitment, and population dynamics of Mya arenaria, an invasive species on the Copper River Delta. Journal of Shellfish Research. In preparation. Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute. 1998. Proceedings of A Symposium on Practical Ice Observation in Cook Inlet and Prince William Sound, January 6-7, 1998, University of Alaska, Anchorage. Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute, Cordova, AK. Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council. 2001. Peer Listener Training Video. Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council, Valdez, AK. Research Planning, Inc. 2001. Coastal Resources Inventory and Environmental Sensitivity Maps: Aleutians West Coastal Resources Service Area, Alaska. Research Planning, Inc., Columbia, South Carolina. Robertson, Tim L. (ed.). 1999. Geographic Response Plans for Alaska Workshop Report: November 17, 1998. Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute, Cordova, Alaska.

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The Oil Spill Recovery Institute: Past, Present, and Future Directions Robertson, Tim L., and Elise DeCola (ed.) 2001. Final Proceedings of the Prince William Sound Meteorological Workshop, December 12th to 14th, 2000, Anchorage, Alaska. Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute, Cordova, Alaska. Thomas, G.L., and Walter Cox. 2000. A Nowcast/Forecast information system for Prince William Sound. Proceedings of the 23rd Arctic and Marine Oil Spill Program (AMOP) Technical Seminar, Environment Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Vol. 1:247-255. Thomas, G.L., and Jay Kirsch (Guest Editors). 2000. Special Issue: Recent advances and applications of acoustics to fisheries research. Fisheries Research. 47(2000):107-302. Thomas, G.L., and Jay Kirsch. 2000. Nekton and plankton acoustics: An overview. Fisheries Research.47(2000):107-113 Thomas, G.L., J. Kirsch, and R.E. Thorne. 2002. Ex situ target strength measurement of Pacific herring and Pacific sand lance. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. In press. Thomas, G.L., and R.E. Thorne. 2001. Abundance and distribution of walleye pollock in Prince William Sound. Electronic Proc. ACOUSTGEAR 200. International Symposium on Advanced Techniques of Sampling Gear and Acoustical Surveys for Estimation of Fish Abundance and Behavior, Hakodate, Japan, October 20-21, 2000. Thomas, G.L., and R.E. Thorne. 2001. Night-time predation by Stellar Sea Lions. Nature 411:1013. Thomas, G.L., R.E. Thorne, and W.R. Bechtol. 2001. Developing an effective monitoring program for pollock in Prince William Sound, Alaska. Electronic Proc. ACOUSTGEAR 200. International Symposium on Advanced Techniques of Sampling Gear and Acoustical Surveys for Estimation of Fish Abundance and Behavior, Hakodate, Japan, October 20-21, 2000. Thorne, R.E., and G.L. Thomas. 2001. Biological considerations for scaling ecosystem research in Prince William Sound, Alaska. Electronic Proc. ACOUSTGEAR 200. International Symposium on Advanced Techniques of Sampling Gear and Acoustical Surveys for Estimation of Fish Abundance and Behavior, Hakodate, Japan, October 20-21, 2000. Thorne, R.E., and G.L. Thomas. 2001. Monitoring the juvenile pink salmon food supply and predators in Prince William Sound. In: R. Beamish, Y. Ishida, V. Karpenko, P. Livingston, and K. Myers (eds.), Workshop on factors affecting production of juvenile salmon: comparative studies on juvenile salmon ecology between the east and west North Pacific Ocean, Technical Report 2, North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission, Vancouver, B.C. pp 42-44. Trudel, Ken (ed.). 1998. Proceedings of the Conference, “Dispersant Use in Alaska: A Technical Update,” Anchorage, Alaska, March 18 & 19, Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute, Cordova, Alaska. Trudel, B.K. 1998. Environmental risks and trade-offs in Prince William Sound. In: B.K. Trudel, (ed.), Proceedings of the Conference, Dispersant Use in Alaska: A Technical Update, Anchorage, Alaska, March 18 & 19, 1998, Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute, Cordova, Alaska. Trudel, B.K. 1998. Monitoring the effectiveness and effects of dispersant operations. In: B.K. Trudel, (ed.), Proceedings of the Conference, Dispersant Use in Alaska: A Technical Update, Anchorage, Alaska, March 18 & 19, 1998, Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute, Cordova, Alaska. Trudel, K., P. Armato, D. Maguire, S. Hillman, B. Hahn, L. Pearson, R. Morris, and D. Rome. 1999. Dispersant use in Alaska: an update. In: Proceedings of 1999 International Oil Spill Conference, Seattle, Washington, pp 807-812.

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