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Peer-reviewed articles (student author, * graduate advisee or supervised postdoc)

  1. Ouchi S, Wilson L, Wabnitz CCC, Golden CD, Beaudreau AH, Kenny T-A, Singh GG, Cheung WWL, Chan HM, Salomon AK (2022) Opposing trends in fisheries portfolio diversity at harvester and community scales signal opportunities for adaptation. FACETS 7:1385-1410. doi:10.1139/facets-2022-0048. Link to full text.
  2. Green KM, Beaudreau AH, Lukin MK, Ardoin NM (2022) Pathways to subsistence management in Alaska national parks: Perspectives of harvesters and agency staff. People and Nature, DOI: 10.1002/pan3.10414. Link to full text.
  3. Gordon JY*Beaudreau AH, Saas EM, Carothers C (2022) Engaging formal and informal institutions for stewardship of rockfish fisheries in the Gulf of Alaska. Marine Policy 143, 105170. Link to full text.  = co-lead authors
  4. Gordon JY*, Beaudreau AH, Williams BC, Meyer SC (2022) Bridging expert knowledge and fishery data to examine changes in nearshore rockfish fisheries in the Gulf of Alaska over fifty years. Fisheries Research 252, 106333. Link to full text.
  5. Beaudreau AH, Bergstrom CA, Whitney EJ*, Duncan DH*, Lundstrom NC* (2022) Seasonal and interannual variation in high‑latitude estuarine fish community structure along a glacial to non‑glacial watershed gradient in Southeast Alaska. Environmental Biology of Fishes, Link to full text.  = co-lead authors
  6. Lundstrom NC*, Beaudreau AH, Mueter FJ, Konar B (2022) Environmental drivers of nearshore fish community composition and size structure in glacially influenced Gulf of Alaska estuaries. Estuaries and Coasts, Link to full text.
  7. Ulaski ME, Finkle H, Beaudreau AH, Westley PAH (2021) Climate and conspecific density inform phenotypic forecasting of juvenile Pacific salmon body size. Freshwater Biology 00:1-12.
  8. Green KM, Beaudreau AH, Lukin MH, Crowder LB (2021) Climate change stressors and social-ecological factors mediating access to subsistence resources in Arctic Alaska. Ecology and Society 26(4):15. Link to full text.
  9. Callahan MW*, Beaudreau AH, Heintz RA, Mueter FJ, Rogers MC (2021) Temporal and age-based variation in juvenile sablefish diet composition and quality: Inferences from stomach contents and stable isotopes. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 13(4): 396-412. Link to full text.
  10. Galloway AWE, Beaudreau AH, Thomas MD, Basnett BL, Lam LS, Hamilton SL, Andrews KS, Schram JB, Watson J, Samhouri JF (2021) Assessing prevalence and correlates of blue-colored flesh in lingcod (Ophiodon elongatus) across their geographic range. Marine Biology 168: 139. Link to full text.
  11. Callahan MW*, Beaudreau AH, Heintz R, Mueter F (2021) First winter energy allocation in juvenile sablefish Anoplopoma fimbria, a fast growing marine piscivore. Marine Ecology Progress Series 663: 145-156. Link to full text.
  12. Barnes CL*Beaudreau AH, Yamada RN (2021) The role of size in trophic niche separation between two groundfish predators in Alaskan waters. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 13: 98-113. Link to full text.
  13. Padula V*, Beaudreau AH, Hagedorn B, Causey D (2020) Plastic-derived contaminants in Aleutian Archipelago seabirds with varied foraging strategies. Marine Pollution Bulletin 158, 111435. Link to full text.
  14. Barnes CL*, Beaudreau AH, Dorn MW, Holsman KK, Mueter FJ (2020) Development of a predation index to assess trophic stability in the Gulf of Alaska. Ecological Applications 30(7): e02141. doi: Link to full text.
  15. Pitman KJ, Moore JW, Sloat MR, Beaudreau AH, Bidlack AL,  Brenner RE, Hood EW, Pess GR, Mantua NJ, Milner AM, Radic V, Reeves GH, Schindler DE, Whited DC (2020) Glacial retreat and Pacific salmon. BioScience 7(3):220–236. doi: 10.1093/biosci/biaa015 Link to full text.
  16. Krieger JR*, Beaudreau AH, Heintz RA, Callahan MW* (2020) Growth of young-of-year sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria) in response to temperature and prey quality: Insights from a life stage specific bioenergetics model. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 526: 151340. doi: 10.1016/j.jembe.2020.151340 Link to full text.
  17. Duncan DH*, Beaudreau AH (2019) Spatiotemporal variation and size‐selective predation on hatchery‐ and wild‐born juvenile chum salmon at marine entry by nearshore fishes in Southeast Alaska. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 11(5): 372-390. Link to full text.
  18. Vander Naald BP, Sergeant CJ, Beaudreau AH (2019) Public perception and valuation of long-term ecological monitoring. Ecosphere 10(10):e02875, doi: 10.1002/ecs2.2875. Link to full text.
  19. Green KM, Fletcher S, Beaudreau AH, Whiting SM (2019) Iñupiaq values in subsistence harvesting: Applying the community voice method in Northwest Alaska. Society and Natural Resources, doi: 10.1080/08941920.2019.1660935. Link to full text.
  20. Beaudreau AH, Ward EJ, Brenner RE, Shelton AO, Watson JT, Womack JC, Anderson SC, Haynie AC, Marshall KN, Williams BC (2019) Thirty years of change and the future of Alaskan fisheries: Shifts in fishing participation and diversification in response to environmental, regulatory and economic pressures. Fish and Fisheries 20(4): 601-619. doi:
  21. Ward EJ, Delgado-Nordmann H, Brenner RE, Beaudreau AH, Moffitt SD, Shelton AO (2019) Assessing long-term changes in sex ratios of Pacific herring in Prince William Sound, Alaska. Fisheries Research 211: 300-308. Link to full text.
  22. Chan MN*, Beaudreau AH, Loring PA (2019) Exploring diversity in expert knowledge: variation in local ecological knowledge of Alaskan recreational and subsistence fishers. ICES Journal of Marine Science 76(4): 913-924, doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsy193. Link to full text.
  23. Barnes CL*, Beaudreau AH, Hunsicker ME, Ciannelli L (2018) Assessing the potential for competition between Pacific Halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis) and Arrowtooth Flounder (Atheresthes stomias) in the Gulf of Alaska. PLoS ONE 13(12): e0209402. Link to full text.
  24. Ehresmann RK*, Beaudreau AH, Green KM (2018) Movement patterns of juvenile sablefish within a nursery area in Southeast Alaska. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 147: 1052-1066. Link to full text.
  25. Beaudreau AH, Chan MN*, Loring PA (2018) Harvest portfolio diversification and emergent conservation challenges in an Alaskan recreational fishery. Biological Conservation 222: 268-277. Link to abstract.
  26. Chan MN*, Beaudreau AH, Loring PA (2018) Evaluating the recreational fishery management toolbox: Charter captains’ perceptions of harvest controls, limited access, and quota leasing in the guided halibut fishing sector in Alaska. Marine Policy 91: 129-135. Link to full text.
  27. Whitney EJ*Beaudreau AH, Howe ER (2018) Using stable isotopes to assess the contribution of terrestrial and riverine organic matter to diets of nearshore marine consumers in a glacially influenced estuary. Estuaries and Coasts 41: 193–205.
  28. Ward EJ, Anderson SC, Shelton AO, Brenner RE, Adkison MD, Beaudreau AH, Watson JT, Shriver JC, Haynie AC, Williams BC (2017) Effects of increased specialization on revenue of Alaskan salmon fishers over four decades. Journal of Applied Ecology 55(3): 1082-1091. Link to full text.
  29. Anderson SC, Ward EJ, Shelton AO, Adkison MA, Beaudreau AH, Brenner RE, Haynie AC, Shriver JC, Watson JT, Williams BC (2017) Benefits and risks of diversification for individual fishers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 
  30. Whitney EJ*, Beaudreau AH, Duncan DH* (2017) Spatial and temporal variation in the diets of Pacific staghorn sculpins related to hydrological factors in a glacially-influenced estuary. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 146(6): 1156-1167
  31. Chan MN*, Beaudreau AH, Loring PA (2017) Evaluating patterns and drivers of spatial change in the recreational guided fishing sector in Alaska. PLoS ONE 12(6): e0179584. Link to full text.
  32. Figus E, Carothers C, Beaudreau AH (2017) Using local ecological knowledge to inform fisheries assessment: measuring agreement among Polish fishermen about the abundance and condition of Baltic cod (Gadus morhua). ICES Journal of Marine Science 74(8): 2213-2222
  33. Coutré KM*, Beaudreau AH, Courtney D, Mueter FJ, Malecha PW, Rutecki TL (2017) Vertical movements of juvenile sablefish in coastal Southeast Alaska. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 9(1):161-169
  34. Richardson N*, Beaudreau AH, Wipfli MS, Finkle H (2017) Prey partitioning and use of insects by juvenile sockeye salmon and a potential competitor, threespine stickleback, in Afognak Lake, Alaska. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 26(4): 586-601. doi:10.1111/eff.12302
  35. Gray BP, Norcross BL, Beaudreau AH, Blanchard AL, Seitz AC (2016) Food habits of Arctic staghorn sculpin (Gymnocanthus tricuspis) and shorthorn sculpin (Myoxocephalus scorpius) in the northeastern Chukchi and western Beaufort Seas. Deep-Sea Research II 135: 111-123
  36. Wechter ME, Beckman BR, Andrews AG, Beaudreau AH, McPhee MV (2016) Growth and condition of juvenile chum and pink salmon in the northeastern Bering Sea. Deep-Sea Research II 135: 145-155
  37. Beaudreau AHWhitney EJ* (2016) Historical patterns and drivers of spatial changes in recreational fishing activity in Puget Sound, Washington. PLoS ONE 11(4): e0152190. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0152190. Link to full text.
  38. Gray BP, Norcross BL, Blanchard AL, Beaudreau AH, Seitz AC (2015) Variability in the summer diets of juvenile polar cod (Boreogadus saida) in the northeastern Chukchi and western Beaufort Seas. Polar Biology 39(6): 1069-1080
  39. Ulman SEG, Hollmen T, Brewer R, Beaudreau AH (2015) Predation on seabirds by Pacific cod Gadus macrocephalus near the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. Marine Ornithology 43: 231-233
  40. Coutre KM*Beaudreau AH, Malecha PW (2015) Temporal variation in diet composition and use of pulsed resource subsidies by juvenile Sablefish. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144(4): 807-819
  41. O’Neel S, Hood E, Bidlack A, Fleming SW, Arimitsu ML, Arendt A, Burgess E, Sergeant CJ, Beaudreau AH, Timm K, Hayward GD, Reynolds JH, Pyare S (2015) Icefield‐to‐ocean linkages across the northern Pacific coastal temperate rainforest ecosystem. Bioscience 65(5): 499-512
  42. Sawchuk JH, Beaudreau AH, Tonnes D, Fluharty D (2015) Using stakeholder engagement to inform endangered species management and improve conservation. Marine Policy 54: 98-107
  43. Froehlich HE, Hennessey SM, Essington TE, Beaudreau AH, Levin PS (2015) Spatial and temporal variation in nearshore macrofaunal community structure in a seasonally hypoxic estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series 520: 67-83
  44. Ciannelli L, Hunsicker M, Beaudreau A, Bailey K, Crowder LB, Finley C, Webb C, Reynolds J, Sagmiller K, Anderies JM, Hawthorne D, Parrish J, Heppell S, Conway F, Chigbu P (2014) Transdisciplinary graduate education in marine resource science and management. ICES Journal of Marine Science 71(5): 1047-1051
  45. Beaudreau AH, Levin PS (2014) Advancing the use of local ecological knowledge for assessing data‐poor species in coastal ecosystems. Ecological Applications 24(2): 244-256
  46. Froehlich HE, Essington TE, Beaudreau AH, Levin PS (2014) Movement patterns and distributional shifts of Dungeness crab (Metacarcinus magister) and English sole (Parophrys vetulus) during seasonal hypoxia. Estuaries and Coasts 37: 449-460
  47. Quinn TP, Sergeant CJ, Beaudreau AH, Beauchamp DA (2012) Spatial and temporal patterns of vertical distribution for three planktivorous fishes in Lake Washington. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 337-348
  48. Beaudreau AH, Levin PS, Norman KC (2011) Using folk taxonomies to understand stakeholder perceptions for species conservation. Conservation Letters 4: 451-463
  49. Andrews KS, Beckman BR, Beaudreau AH, Larsen DA, Williams GD, Levin PS (2011) Suitability of insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF1) as a measure of relative growth rates in lingcod. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 3(1): 250-260
  50. Beaudreau AH, Essington TE (2011) Use of pelagic prey subsidies by demersal predators in rocky reefs: insight from movement patterns of lingcod. Marine Biology 158: 471-483
  51. Beaudreau AH, Andrews KS, Larsen DA, Young G, Beckman BR (2011) Variation in plasma levels of insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) in lingcod:  relationships among season, size, and gonadal steroids. Marine Biology 158: 439-450
  52. Beaudreau AH, Essington TE (2009) Development of a new field-based approach for estimating consumption rates of fishes and comparison with a bioenergetics model for lingcod (Ophiodon elongatus). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66(4): 565-578
  53. Beaudreau AH, Essington TE (2007) Spatial, temporal, and ontogenetic patterns of predation on rockfishes by lingcod. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:1438-1452
  54. Essington TE, Beaudreau AH, Wiedenmann J (2006) Fishing through marine food webs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103(9): 3171-3175
  55. Mullineaux LS, Mills SW, Sweetman AK, Beaudreau AH, Metaxas A, Hunt HL (2005) Vertical, lateral, and temporal structure in larval distributions at hydrothermal vents. Marine Ecology Progress Series 293: 1-16

Technical reports

  1. Beaudreau AH, Mason E, Scalisi ED (2022) Alaska Statewide Rockfish Initiative Community Engagement Workshop Report. University of Washington, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, Seattle, WA. 26 pp. [Link to full text]
  2. Beaudreau AH (2011) Chapter 1. Physical Forcing in the California Current. In: Levin, P.S. and B. Wells, eds. Development of an annual report on conditions in the California Current Ecosystem. NOAA Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, 2725 Montlake Blvd East, Seattle, WA 98112.
  3. Beaudreau A†, Boulay M, Cooper A, Demarest C, Jacobson L, Keith C, Kellogg C, Martini F, Nippert S, Powell M, Smith T (2003) Atlantic hagfish advisory report for the 37th Northeast Regional Stock Assessment Workshop. In Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC). 2003. 37th Northeast Regional Stock Assessment Workshop (37th SAW) Advisory Report. NEFSC Ref. Doc. 03-17. National Marine Fisheries Service, Woods Hole Lab., 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA  02543. 52 pp. †Lead author, additional authors listed alphabetically.


Beaudreau AH (2009) The predatory role of lingcod (Ophiodon elongatus) in the San Juan Archipelago, Washington. Ph.D. Dissertation, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.