AMBON Publications

(AMBON PIs in bold; * indicates AMBON-funded student)

*Sutton L, Iken K, Bluhm BA, Mueter FJ 2020. Comparison of functional diversity of two Alaskan Arctic shelf epibenthic communities. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 651: 1-21.

Huntington, H.P., Danielson, S.L., Wiese, F.K. et al. 2020. Evidence suggests potential transformation of the Pacific Arctic ecosystem is underway. Nat. Clim. Chang. 10, 342–348 (2020).

Iken K, Mueter FJ, Grebmeier J, Cooper L, Danielson SL, Bluhm B. 2019. Developing an observational design for epibenthos and fish assemblages in the Chukchi Sea. Deep-Sea Research II 162: 180-190.

Divine LM, Mueter FJ, Kruse GH, Bluhm BA, Jewett SC, Iken K. 2019. New estimates of weight-at-size, maturity-at-size, fecundity, mortality and biomass of snow crab, Chionoecetes opilio, in the Arctic Ocean off Alaska. Fisheries Research 218: 246-258

Canonico G, Buttigieg PL, Montes E, Stepien CA, Wright D, Benson A, Helmuth B, Costello MJ, Muller-Karger FE, Sousa Pinto I, Saeedi H, Newton JA, Appeltans W, Bednaršek N, Bodrossy L, Best BD, Brandt A, Goodwin K, Iken K, Marques A, Miloslavich P, Ostrowski M, Turner W, Achterberg EP, Barry T, Defeo O, Bigatti G, Henry L-A, Ramiro Sanchez B, Durán Muñoz P, Mar Sacau Cuadrado M, Morato T, Roberts M, Garralda Garcia-Alegre A, Murton BJ. 2019. Global observational needs and resources for marine biodiversity. Frontiers in Marine Science

Rowe AG, Iken K, Blanchard A, O’Brien DM, Døving Osvik R, Uradnikova M, Dunton K, Wooller MJ. 2019. Estimates of primary production sources to Arctic bivalves using amino acid stable carbon isotope fingerprinting. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies

Ershova EA, Descoteaux R, Wangensteen OS, Iken K, Hopcroft RR, Smoot C, Grebmeier JM, Bluhm BA. 2019. Diversity and distribution of meroplanktonic larvae in the Pacific Arctic and connectivity with adult benthic invertebrate communities. Frontiers in Marine Science

Muller-Karger FE, Miloslavich P, Bax NJ, Simmons S, Costello MJ, Sousa Pinto I, Canonico G, Turner W, Gill M, Montes E, Best B, Pearlman J, Halpin P, Dunn D, Benson A, Martin C, Weatherdon L, Appeltans W, Provoost P, Klein E, Kelble C, Miller RJ, Chavez F, Iken K, Chiba S, Obura D, Navarro LM, Pereira HM, Allain V, Batten S, Benedetti-Cecchi L, Duffy JE, Kudela RM, Rebelo L-M, Shin Y, Geller G. 2018. Advancing Marine Biological Observations and Data Requirements of the Complementary Essential Ocean Variables (EOVs) and Essential Biodiversity Variables (EBVs) Frameworks. Frontiers in Marine Science Vol 5, Art. 211,

Kuletz K, Cushing DA, Osnas EE, Labunski EA, Gall AE. 2019. Representation of the Pacific Arctic seabird community within the Distributed Biological Observatory array, 2007-2015. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 162:191-210.

Grebmeier JM, Moore SE, Cooper LW, Frey KE. 2019. The Distributed Biological Observatory: A change detection array in the Pacific Arctic - An Introduction. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography II 162: 1–7.

Waga H, Hirawake T, Fujiwara A, Grebmeier JM, Saitoh S-I. 2019. Impact of spatiotemporal variability in phytoplankton size structure on benthic macrofaunal distribution in the Pacific Arctic. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 162: 114-126.

Lee, C.M., Starkweather S., Eicken H., Timmermans M-L., Wilkinson J., Sandven S., Dukhovskoy D., Gerland S., Grebmeier J.M., Intrieri J., Kang S.-H., McCammon M., Polyakov I., Rabe B., Seeyave S., Volkov D., Beszczynska-Möller A., Dzieciuch M., Goni G.J., King A., Olsen A., Rossby T., Sagen H., Skagseth Ø., Søiland H., Sørensen K. 2019. A framework for the development, design and implementation of a Sustained Arctic Ocean Observing System. Frontiers in Marine Science 6, Article 451; doi: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00451.

Huntington, H.P., Danielson, S.L., Wiese, F.K., Baker, M., Boveng, P., Citta, J.J., De Robertis, A., Dickson, D.M., Farley, E., George, J.C., Iken, K., Kimmel, D.G., Kuletz, K., Ladd, C., Levine , R., Quakenbush, L., Stabeno, P., Stafford K.M., Stockwell, D., Wilson, C.2020. Evidence suggests potential transformation of the Pacific Arctic ecosystem is underway. Nature Climate Change, 10(4), pp.342-348.

Danielson, S.L., Ahkinga O., Ashjian C., Basyuk E., Cooper L.W., Eisner L., Farley E., Iken K.B., Grebmeier J.M., Juranek L., Khen G., Jayne S., Kikuchi T., Ladd C., Lu K., McCabe R.M., Moore G.W.K., Nishino S., Ozenna F., Pickart R.S., Polyakov I., Stabeno P.J., Thoman R., Wood K., Williams W.J., Woodgate R.A., Weingartner T.J. 2020. Manifestation and consequences of warming and altered heat fluxes over the Bering and Chukchi Sea continental shelves. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography (in press).

Koch, C.W., Cooper, L.W., Lalande, C., Brown, T.A., Frey, K.E., Grebmeier, J.M. 2020. Seasonal and latitudinal variations in sea ice algae deposition in the Northern Bering and Chukchi Seas determined by algal biomarkers. PLoS ONE 15(4): e0231178.

Lalande, C., Grebmeier, J.M., Hopcroft, R.R., Danielson, S.L. 2020. Annual cycle of export fluxes of biogenic matter near Hanna Shoal in the northeast Chukchi Sea. Deep-sea Research II Topical Studies in Oceanography, ASGARD Special Issue; (in press).

Waga, H., Hirawke T., Grebmeier J.M. 2020. Recent change in benthic macrofaunal community composition in relation to physical forcing in the Pacific Arctic. Polar Biology 43, 285–294,

Deary, A.L, Vestfals, C.D, Logerwell, E.A, Goldstein, E.D., Stabeno, P.J., Danielson, S.L., Mueter, F.J., Duffy-Anderson, J.T. (In revision). Seasonal abundance, distribution, and growth of the early life stages of Polar Cod (Boreogadus saida) and Saffron Cod (Eleginus gracilis) in the US Arctic during a warm year. Polar Biology.

Romano, M.D., Renner H.M., Kuletz K.J., Parrish J.K., Jones T., Burgess H.K., Cushing D.A., Causey D. (Accepted with revisions). Die-offs and reproductive failure of murres in the Bering and Chukchi Seas in 2018. Deep Sea Research Part II.

*Sutton L., Bluhm, B.A., Mueter, F.J., Iken K. (In review) A functional diversity comparison of two Alaskan Arctic shelf epibenthic communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series.