Rebecca Asch

Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
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David M. Checkley grad student 2013 UCSD
 (Interannual-to-Decadal Changes in Phytoplankton Phenology, Fish Spawning Habitat, and Larval Fish Phenology.)
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Asch RG, Stock CA, Sarmiento JL. (2019) Climate change impacts on mismatches between phytoplankton blooms and fish spawning phenology. Global Change Biology
Friedland KD, Mouw CB, Asch RG, et al. (2018) Phenology and time series trends of the dominant seasonal phytoplankton bloom across global scales Global Ecology and Biogeography. 27: 551-569
Stock CA, John JG, Rykaczewski RR, et al. (2017) Reconciling fisheries catch and ocean productivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Checkley DM, Asch RG, Rykaczewski RR. (2017) Climate, Anchovy, and Sardine. Annual Review of Marine Science. 9: 469-493
Singh GG, Cisneros-Montemayor AM, Swartz W, et al. (2017) A rapid assessment of co-benefits and trade-offs among Sustainable Development Goals Marine Policy. 93: 223-231
Cheung WWL, Frölicher TL, Asch RG, et al. (2016) Building confidence in projections of the responses of living marine resources to climate change Ices Journal of Marine Science. 73: 1283-1296
Asch RG. (2015) Climate change and decadal shifts in the phenology of larval fishes in the California Current ecosystem. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Asch RG, Checkley DM. (2013) Dynamic height: A key variable for identifying the spawning habitat of small pelagic fishes Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers. 71: 79-91
Davison P, Asch RG. (2011) Plastic ingestion by mesopelagic fishes in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre Marine Ecology Progress Series. 432: 173-180
Checkley DM, Dickson AG, Takahashi M, et al. (2009) Elevated CO2 enhances otolith growth in young fish. Science (New York, N.Y.). 324: 1683
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