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Cooper, A.B., 2003. "The development and application of simulation models to aid in wildlife management decision-making." Ph.D. Dissertation. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. University of Washington.

 

Dawson, H.A. 2007. Recruitment dynamics of Great Lakes sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) populations and implications for integrated pest management. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

 

Doums, C. 2007. Stratégies reproductrices chez les insectes sociaux - De la colonie à l’individu. Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI

 

Ernst, B. 2002. An investigation on length-based models used in quantitative population modeling Thesis (Ph. D.) University of Washington.

 

Galuardi, B. 2006. Geolocation of Pop-Up Satellite Archival Tags: Optimal Smoothing of Sea Suface Temperture for Kalman Filter Estimation. Thesis (M.Sc.) University of New Hampshire

 

Haist, V. 2002. Evaluation of a Management Procedure for New Zealand Hoki Fisheries. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science. University of Washington.

 

Haltuch, M. A. 2008. Modeling Human and Climate Impacts on the Management of the Pacific North West Groundfish Fishery. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Washington.


Harley, S J. 2002. Meta-analytical approaches to the study of fish population dynamics. Unpublished. PhD thesis. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. 221 p.

 

Hyun, S. In-season forecasts of sockeye salmon returns to the Bristol Bay districts of Alaska. 2002. Ph.D. dissertation. Univ. of Washington.

 

Kelbick, N.D. 2003. Detecting Underlying Emotional Sensitivity in Bereaved Children Via a Multivariate Normal Mixture Distribution. Phd dissertation, Ohio State University.

 

Lynch, P.D. 2012. Habitat and fish population dynamics: advancing stock assessments of highly migratory species. Ph.D. Dissertation. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary.

 

Martell, S. J. D. 2002. Variation in pink shrimp populations off the west coast of Vancouver Island: oceanographic and trophic interactions. Ph.D. dissertation. University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

 

Maunder, M. N. 1998. Integration of Tagging and Population Dynamics Models in Fisheries Stock Assessment. PhD thesis, University of Washington, 306 pages.


McDermott, S., F. 2003. Improving abundance estimation of a patchily distributed fish, Atka mackerel (Pleurogrammus monopterygius). Dissertation, Univeristy of Washington, 150pp.
 

Minte-Vera, C.V. Meta-analysis of density-dependent somatic growth. School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington (UW, Seattle, USA). Ph.D. Fisheries (2004). 


Nielsen, A. 2000. Fish Stock Assessment using Markov Chain Monte Carlo (Master Thesis)

Nielsen, A. 2004. Estimating Fish Movement (Ph.D. Thesis)

Silva, A. A. 2008. Population Dynamics of the Blue Shark, Prionace glauca, in the North Atlantic Ocean. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Washington.

 

Stephenson, P. C. 1998. Relating trawl effort to fishing mortality on the North-west shelf of Western Australia. Thesis for Master Of Science. University of Western Australia.

Valero, J. L. 2002. Temporal and spatial growth variation and natural mortality estimation with an integrated dynamic model for the Patagonian scallop (Zygochlamys patagonica) Thesis (M.S.) University of Washington.

 

Valero, J. L. 2011. Spatial dynamics, recruitment trends and sustainability of Pacific NW geoduck clams (Panopea generosa). Ph.D. dissertation. University of Washington.

 

Weng, Kevin C. M. 1999. Analysis of the fisheries for two pelagic Carangids in Hawaii. Theses for the degree of Master of Science (University of Hawaii at Manoa). Oceanography ; no. 3478, xiii, 78 leaves, bound : ill., col. maps ; 29 cm.