Fisheries & Environmental Science Publications

Friedlander, A.M., E.K. Brown, and M. E. Monaco. In press. Defining reef fish habitat utilization patterns in Hawaii: implications for the effective design of marine protected areas. Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Friedlander, A.M., Brown, E.K., Monaco, M.E. 2007. In press. Coupling ecology and GIS to evaluate efficacy of marine protected areas in Hawaii. Ecological Applications 17:715-730.

Monaco, M.E., A. M. Friedlander, C. Caldow, J.D. Christensen, J. Beets, J. Miller, C. Rogers, R. Boulon. 2007. Characterizing reef fish populations and habitats within and outside the US Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument: a lesson in MPA design. Fisheries Management and Ecology 14:33-40.

DeMartini, E.E. and A.M. Friedlander. 2006. Predation, endemism, and related processes structuring shallow-water reef fish assemblages of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Atoll Research Bulletin 543:237-256.

Williams, I.D., W.J. Walsh, A. Miyasaka, and A.M. Friedlander. 2006. Effects of rotational closure on coral reef fishes in the Waikiki_Diamond Head Fishery Management Area, Oahu, Hawaii. Marine Ecology Progress Series 310:139-149.

DeMartini, E.E., A.M. Friedlander, and S. Holzwarth. 2005. Size at sex change in protogynous labroids, prey size distributions, and apex predator densities at NW Hawaiian atolls. 2005. Marine Ecology Progress Series 297:259-271.

Friedlander, A.M., G. Aeby, E. Brown, A. Clark, S. Coles, S. Dollar, C. Hunter, P. Jokiel, J. Smith, B. Walsh, I. Williams, and W. Wiltse. 2005. The State of Coral Reef Ecosystems of the Main Hawaiian Islands. pp. 222-269. In: J. Waddell (ed.), The State of Coral Reef Ecosystems of the United States and Pacific Freely Associated States: 2005. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS 11. NOAA/NCCOS Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessments Biogeography Team. Silver Spring, MD.

Friedlander, A., Aeby, G., Brainard, R., Clark, A., DeMartini, E., Godwin, S., Kenyon, J., Kosaki, R., Maragos, J., and Vroom, P. 2005. The state of coral reef ecosystems of the northwestern Hawaiian islands. Pp. 270-311 In: J. Wadell (ed.), The state of coral reef ecosystems of the United States and Pacific freely associated states: 2005 NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS 11. NOAA/NCCOS Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessments Biogeography Team. Silver Spring, MD. 522 pp.

DeMartini, E.E. and A.M. Friedlander. 2004. Spatial pattern of endemism in shallow water reef fish populations of the Northwestern Hawaiian Island. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 271:281-296.

Friedlander, A., G. Aeby, R. Brainard, E. Brown, A. Clark, S. Coles, E. DeMartini, S. Dollar, S. Godwin, C. Hunter, P. Jokiel, J. Kenyon, R. Kosaki, J. Maragos, P. Vroom, B. Walsh, I. Williams and W. Wiltse. 2004. Pages 411-430 In: Status of coral reefs in the Hawaiian Archipelago. In: A Status of Coral Reefs of the World: 2000 (C. Wilkinson, ed.). Australian Institute of Marine Science. Cape Ferguson, Queensland, and Dampier, Western Australia.

Friedlander, A.M. (ed.) 2004. Status of Hawaii?s coastal fisheries in the new millennium. Proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the American Fisheries Society, Hawaii Chapter. Honolulu, Hawaii.

Garrison, V.H., C. S. Rogers, J. Beets and A. M. Friedlander. 2004. The habitats exploited and the species trapped in a Caribbean island trap fishery. Environ. Biol. Fish. 71:247-260.

Jokiel, P.L., E. K. Brown, A. Friedlander, S. K. Rodgers and W. R. Smith. 2004. Hawaii Coral Reef Assessment and Monitoring Program: Spatial patterns and temporal dynamics in reef coral communities. Pacific Science 58 (2): 159-174.

Appeldoorn, R.S., A. Friedlander, J. Sladek Nowlis and P. Usseglio. 2003. Habitat connectivity in reef fish communities and marine reserve design in Old Providence-Santa Catalina, Colombia: Gulf and Caribbean Research 14(2): 61-78

Friedlander A., J. Sladek Nowlis, J. A. Sanchez, R. Appeldoorn, P.Usseglio, C. McCormick, S. Bejarano and A. Mitchell-Chui. 2003. Designing effective marine protected areas in Seaflower Biosphere Reserve, Colombia, based on biological and sociological information. Conservation Biology 17:1769-1784. Friedlander A.M., E. K. Brown, P. L. Jokiel. W. R. Smith and K.S. Rodgers. 2003. Effects of habitat, wave exposure, and marine protected area status on coral reef fish assemblages in the Hawaiian archipelago. Coral Reefs 22:291-305.

Epp. M.A. 2002. Stable isotopes in shrimp aquaculture. World Aquaculture 33(1):18-19.

Friedlander, A.M. and E.E. DeMartini. 2002. Contrasts in density, size, and biomass of reef fishes between the Northwestern and the main Hawaiian Islands: the effects of fishing down apex predators. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 230:253-264.

Friedlander, A.M, J.D. Parrish, R. C. DeFelice. 2002. Ecology of the introduced snapper Lutjanus kasmira in the reef fish assemblage of a Hawaiian bay. Journal of Fish Biology 60:28-48.

Friedlander, A.M. 2001. Essential fish habitat and the effective design of marine reserves: applications for marine ornamental fishes. Aquarium Sciences and Conservation 3:135-150.

Gulko, D., J. Maragos, A. Friedlander, C. Hunter and R. Brainard. 2000. Status of coral reef in the Hawaiian Archipelago. Pages 219-238: In Status of Coral Reefs of the World: 2000 (C. Wilkinson, ed.). Australian Institute of Marine Science. Cape Ferguson, Queensland, and Dampier, Western Australia.

Friedlander, A.M., E.K. Brown, M.E. Monaco and A. Clark. 2006. Fish Habitat Utilization Patterns and Evaluation of the Efficacy of Marine Protected Areas in Hawaii: Integration of NOAA Digital Benthic Habitats Mapping and Coral Reef Ecological Studies. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS 23. 213 pp.

Menza, C., J. Ault, J. Beets, J. Bohnsack, C. Caldow, J. Christensen, A. Friedlander, C. Jeffrey, M. Kendall, J. Luo, M. Monaco, S. Smith and K. Woody. 2006. A Guide to Monitoring Reef Fish in the National Park Services South Florida/Caribbean Network. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS 39. 166 pp.

Friedlander, A.M. and Brown, E.K. 2005. Hanalei benthic communities since 1992: spatial and temporal trends in a dynamic Hawaiian coral reef ecosystem. Hawai`i Cooperative Studies Unit Technical Report HCSU-003. Hawaii Cooperative Studies Unit, Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources Center, University of Hawaii at Hilo.

Birkeland, C. and A. Friedlander. 2002. The importance of refuges for reef fish replenishment in Hawaii. The Hawaii Audubon Society Pacific Fisheries Coalition, Honolulu, Hawaii. 19 pp.

Brainard, R., A. Friedlander, D. Gulko, C. Hunter, R. Kelty and J. Maragos. Status of coral reef in the Hawaiian Archipelago. 2002. Pages 237-250: In: A Status of Coral Reefs of the World: 2002 (C. Wilkinson, ed.). Australian Institute of Marine Science. Cape Ferguson, Queensland, and Dampier, Western Australia.

Ogawa, T. and D.A. Ziemann. 2007 in press. Feeding Habits of Wild and Hatchery-reared Pacific Threadfin, Polydactylus sexfilis (Family Polynemidae), in Hawaii. Reviews in Fisheries Science.

Leber, K.M., R. N. Cantrell and P.S. Leung. 2005. Optimizing cost effectiveness of size at release in stock enhancement programs. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25(4):1596-1608.

Cantrell, R.N., M.C. Garcia, P.S. Leung and D.A. Ziemann. 2004. Recreational Anglers? willingness to pay for increased catch rates of Pacific threadfin, Polydactylus sexfilis in Hawaii. Fisheries Research 68: 149-158.

Ziemann, D.A., B. Kananaka and R. Cantrell. 2004. Stock and Habitat Enhancement: Additional Tools for Managing Coastal Fish Stocks. In: A.M. Friedlander (ed.). Status of Hawaii?s Coastal Fisheries in the New Millennium. pp .186 - 201. Hawaii Audubon Society, Honolulu.

Ziemann, D.A. 2004. Enhancement of Pacific threadfin (Polydactylus sexfilis) in Hawaii: Interactions between Aquaculture and Fisheries. In: Leber, K.M, S. Kitada, H.L. Blankenship and T. Svasand (eds.). Stock Enhancement and Sea Ranching: Developments, Pitfalls and Opportunities. p. 477-489. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford.

Friedlander, A.M. and D.A. Ziemann. 2003. Impact of hatchery releases on the recreational fishery for Pacific threadfin (Polydactylus sexfilis) in Hawaii. Fishery Bulletin 101(1): 32-43.

Masuda, R., K. Keller, D.A. Ziemann and J. Ogle. 2003. Association with underwater structures in hatchery-reared and wild red snapper Lutjanus campechanus juveniles. J. World Aquaculture Soc. 34(2):140 -146.

Ziemann, D.A., B. Kanenaka and R. N. Cantrell. 2003. Stock and habitat enhancement: additional tools for managing coastal fish stocks, In: Status of Hawaii?s coastal fisheries in the new millennium. A.M. Friedlander (ed.). Proceedings of a Symposium sponsored by The American Fisheries Society, Hawaii Chapter. Honolulu, Hawaii. pp. 190-205.

Poepoe, K.K., Bartram, P.K. and Friedlander, A.M.2003. The use of traditional Hawaiian knowledge in the contemporary management of marine resources. Pages 328-339 in: Putting fishers knowledge to work (Haggan, N., Brignall, C. and Wood, L., eds.). Univ. British Colombia Fisheries Centre Research Report 2003, Vol. 11, no. 1, 504 pp.

Monaco, M.E., Christensen, J.D., Friedlander, A.M., Kendall, M.S. and Caldow, C. 2003. Quantifying habitat utilization patterns of U.S. Caribbean and Hawaii reef fish to define MPA boundaries: the coupling of GIS and ecology. Proceedings of the 13th Biennial Coastal Zone Conference. P. 1-6.

Epp, M.A., Ziemann, D.A. and Schell, D.M. 2002. Carbon and nitrogen dynamics in zero-water exchange shrimp culture as indicated by stable isotope tracers. Aquaculture Research 33:839-846.
Masuda, R. and D.A. Ziemann. 2002. Vulnerability of Pacific threadfin juveniles to predation by bluefin trevally and hammerhead shark: size dependent mortality and handling stress. Aquaculture 217:249-257.

Masuda, R., D.A. Ziemann and A.C. Ostrowski. 2001. Patchiness formation and development of schooling behavior in Pacific threadfin Polydactylus sexfilis reared with different dietary highly unsaturated fatty acid contents. J. World Aquaculture Soc., 32(3):309-316.

Ziemann, D.A. 2001. The potential for the restoration of marine ornamental fish populations through hatchery releases. Aquarium Sciences and Conservation 3:107-117.

Blaylock, R., K. Leber, J. Lotz, K. Stuck and D. A. Ziemann. 2000. The US Gulf of Mexico Marine Stock Enhancement Program (USGMSEP): The use of aquaculture technology in responsible stock enhancement. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 100(3):16-22.

Masuda, R. and Ziemann, D. A. 2000. Ontogenetic changes of learning capability and stress recovery in Pacific threadfin juveniles. J. Fish Biol., 56: 1239-1247.

Friedlander, A.M., E.K. Brown, and M. E. Monaco. In press. Defining reef fish habitat utilization patterns in Hawaii: implications for the effective design of marine protected areas. Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Friedlander, A.M., Brown, E.K., Monaco, M.E. 2007. In press. Coupling ecology and GIS to evaluate efficacy of marine protected areas in Hawaii. Ecological Applications 17:715-730.

Monaco, M.E., A. M. Friedlander, C. Caldow, J.D. Christensen, J. Beets, J. Miller, C. Rogers, R. Boulon. 2007. Characterizing reef fish populations and habitats within and outside the US Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument: a lesson in MPA design. Fisheries Management and Ecology 14:33-40.

DeMartini, E.E. and A.M. Friedlander. 2006. Predation, endemism, and related processes structuring shallow-water reef fish assemblages of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Atoll Research Bulletin 543:237-256.

Williams, I.D., W.J. Walsh, A. Miyasaka, and A.M. Friedlander. 2006. Effects of rotational closure on coral reef fishes in the Waikiki_Diamond Head Fishery Management Area, Oahu, Hawaii. Marine Ecology Progress Series 310:139-149.

DeMartini, E.E., A.M. Friedlander, and S. Holzwarth. 2005. Size at sex change in protogynous labroids, prey size distributions, and apex predator densities at NW Hawaiian atolls. 2005. Marine Ecology Progress Series 297:259-271.

DeMartini, E.E. and A.M. Friedlander. 2004. Spatial pattern of endemism in shallow water reef fish populations of the Northwestern Hawaiian Island. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 271:281-296.

Garrison, V.H., C. S. Rogers, J. Beets and A. M. Friedlander. 2004. The habitats exploited and the species trapped in a Caribbean island trap fishery. Environ. Biol. Fish. 71:247-260.

Jokiel, P.L., E. K. Brown, A. Friedlander, S. K. Rodgers, and W. R. Smith. 2004. Hawaii Coral Reef Assessment and Monitoring Program: Spatial patterns and temporal dynamics in reef coral communities. Pacific Science 58 (2): 159-174.

Ogawa, T. and D.A. Ziemann. 2007 in press. Feeding Habits of Wild and Hatchery-reared Pacific Threadfin, Polydactylus sexfilis (Family Polynemidae), in Hawaii. Reviews in Fisheries Science.

Leber, K.M., R. N. Cantrell and P.S. Leung. 2005. Optimizing cost effectiveness of size at release in stock enhancement programs. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25(4):1596-1608.

Ziemann, D.A., B. Kananaka and R. Cantrell. 2004. Stock and Habitat Enhancement: Additional Tools for Managing Coastal Fish Stocks. In: A.M. Friedlander (ed.). Status of Hawaii?s Coastal Fisheries in the New Millennium. p 186 B 201. Hawaii Audubon Society, Honolulu.

Ziemann, D.A. 2004. Enhancement of Pacific threadfin (Polydactylus sexfilis) in Hawaii: Interactions between Aquaculture and Fisheries. In: Leber, K.M, S. Kitada, H.L. Blankenship and T. Svasand (eds.). Stock Enhancement and Sea Ranching: Developments, Pitfalls and Opportunities. p. 477-489. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford.

Cantrell, R.N., M.C. Garcia, P.S. Leung and D.A. Ziemann. 2004. Recreational Anglers? willingness to pay for increased catch rates of Pacific threadfin, Polydactylus sexfilis in Hawaii. Fisheries Research 68: 149-158.

Friedlander, A.M. and D.A. Ziemann. 2003. Impact of hatchery releases on the recreational fishery for Pacific threadfin (Polydactylus sexfilis) in Hawaii. Fishery Bulletin 101(1): 32-43.

Masuda, R., K. Keller, D.A. Ziemann and J. Ogle. 2003. Association with underwater structures in hatchery-reared and wild red snapper Lutjanus campechanus juveniles. J. World Aquaculture Soc. 34(2):140 -146.

Ziemann, D.A., B. Kanenaka, and R. N. Cantrell. 2003. Stock and habitat enhancement: additional tools for managing coastal fish stocks, In: Status of Hawaii?s coastal fisheries in the new millennium. A.M. Friedlander (ed.). Proceedings of a Symposium sponsored by The American Fisheries Society, Hawaii Chapter. Honolulu, Hawaii. pp. 190-205.

Masuda, R. and D.A. Ziemann. 2002. Vulnerability of Pacific threadfin juveniles to predation by bluefin trevally and hammerhead shark: size dependent mortality and handling stress. Aquaculture 217:249-257.

Ziemann, D.A. 2001. The potential for the restoration of marine ornamental fish populations through hatchery releases. Aquarium Sciences and Conservation 3:107-117.

Blaylock, R., K. Leber, J. Lotz, K. Stuck and D. A. Ziemann. 2000. The US Gulf of Mexico Marine Stock Enhancement Program (USGMSEP): The use of aquaculture technology in responsible stock enhancement. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 100(3):16-22.

Masuda, R. and Ziemann, D. A. 2000. Ontogenetic changes of learning capability and stress recovery in Pacific threadfin juveniles. J. Fish Biol., 56: 1239-1247.