Nick Tolimieri

Affiliations: 
NOAA Fisheries, Portland, OR, United States 
Area:
Fish Ecology
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Shelton AO, Harvey CJ, Samhouri JF, et al. (2018) From the predictable to the unexpected: kelp forest and benthic invertebrate community dynamics following decades of sea otter expansion. Oecologia
Tolimieri N, Holmes EE, Williams GD, et al. (2017) Population assessment using multivariate time-series analysis: A case study of rockfishes in Puget Sound. Ecology and Evolution. 7: 2846-2860
Tolimieri N, Shelton AO, Feist BE, et al. (2015) Can we increase our confidence about the locations of biodiversity 'hotspots' by using multiple diversity indices? Ecosphere. 6
Tolimieri N. (2015) Density dependence and independence and the population dynamics of coral reef fishes Ecology of Fishes On Coral Reefs. 227-231
Poe MR, Levin PS, Tolimieri N, et al. (2015) Subsistence fishing in a 21st century capitalist society: From commodity to gift Ecological Economics. 116: 241-250
Rehr AP, Williams GD, Tolimieri N, et al. (2014) Impacts of Terrestrial and Shoreline Stressors on Eelgrass in Puget Sound: An Expert Elicitation Coastal Management. 42: 246-262
Anderson MJ, Tolimieri N, Millar RB. (2013) Beta diversity of demersal fish assemblages in the North-Eastern Pacific: interactions of latitude and depth. Plos One. 8: e57918
Tolimieri N, Samhouri JF, Simon V, et al. (2013) Linking the Trophic Fingerprint of Groundfishes to Ecosystem Structure and Function in the California Current Ecosystems. 16: 1216-1229
Williams GD, Andrews KS, Katz SL, et al. (2012) Scale and pattern of broadnose sevengill shark Notorynchus cepedianus movement in estuarine embayments. Journal of Fish Biology. 80: 1380-400
Francis TB, Scheuerell MD, Brodeur RD, et al. (2012) Climate shifts the interaction web of a marine plankton community Global Change Biology. 18: 2498-2508
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