Resources & Publications
Below are several publications authored by our team members and partners related to some of the projects we have been involved in over the years as well as additional resources that may provide useful in your endeavors to learn more about the species and habitats we work with!
But first, we want to recognize a few of our wonderful partners below.
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Tanner, R.L., A.K. Obaza, D.W. Ginsburg. 2019. Secondary production of kelp bass Paralabrax clathratus in relation to coastal eelgrass Zostera marina habitat in a Southern California Marine Protected Area. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 118(3): 158-172. View pdf
Andrews, K., K. Nichols, C. Harvey, N. Tolimieri, A. Obaza, R. Garner and D. Tonnes. 2019. All hands on deck: local ecological knowledge and expert volunteers contribute to the first delisting of a marine fish species under the Endangered Species Act. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice 4(1): 1-14 DO: View pdf
Obaza, A., A. Bird, J. Selleck and D. Tonnes. 2019. Results from young-of-year rockfish surveys in Puget Sound; 2015-2018. Report to NOAA Fisheries West Coast Region, Protected Resources Division Puget Sound Ecosystem Branch. 13 pp. View pdf
Obaza, A., D. Ginsburg, A. Bird and R. Ware. 2019. Southern California open coast eelgrass survey summary: 2018 field season. 21 pp. View pdf
Bird, A. 2018. Determining population structure, reproductive potential, and habitat associations of pinto abalone (Haliotis kamtschatkana) in Southern California. Master's Thesis to California State University, Fullerton. 107 pp. View pdf
Obaza, A.K., and J.P. Williams. 2018. Spatial and temporal dynamics of the overwater structure fouling community in southern California. Marine and Freshwater Research 69(11): 1771-1783. View pdf
Obaza, A., A. Bird, M. Neuman and D. Witting. 2018. Abalone surveys and research at San Nicolas Island, CA. Report to the US Navy under Agreement#WCR-1511. 24 pp. View pdf
Marks, L.M. D.C. Reed, A.K. Obaza. 2017. Assesment of control methods for the invasive seaweed Sargassum horneri in California, USA. Management of Biological Invasions 8(2): 205-213. View pdf
Obaza, A., R. Hoffman and R. Clausing. 2015. Long-term stability of eelgrass fish assemblages in two highly developed coastal estuaries. Fisheries Management and Ecology 22(3): 224-238. View pdf
Young-of-Year Rockfish Survey Presentation - This presentation will guide you through how to survey YOY rockfish for NOAA's citizen science research program in Puget Sound. Download to hard drive, select "Slide Show" and "Play from Beginning" to hear Adam describe survey protocol in detail. Download here
Young-of-Year Survey Guide - Seattle Aquarium pdf guide to surveying YOY rockfish for NOAA's citizen science research program in Puget Sound. Download here
2019 Young-of-Year Survey Program - Year in Review. Download here
Interactive map of YOY survey sites in Puget Sound, WA! Check it out here