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Food habits of an endangered seabird indicate recent poor forage fish availability off western South Africa
Crawford, RJM, WJ Sydeman, SA Thompson, RB Sherley, and AB Makhado. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsz081.
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Seabirds on the CalCOFI/CCE-LTER Survey, Spring 2019 data report
Sydeman, WJ, B Hoover, M Losekoot, and SA Thompson. Farallon Institute Report
Widespread shifts in the coastal biota of northern California during the 2014-2016 marine heatwaves
Sanford, E, JL Sones, M Garcia-Reyes, JHR Goddard, and JL Largier. Scientific Reports 9:4216.
A multi-model approach to understanding the role of Pacific sardine in the California Current food web
Kaplan, IC, TB Francis, AE Punt, LE Koehn, E Curchitser, F Hurtado-Ferro, KF Johnson, SE Lluch-Cota, WJ Sydeman, TE Essington, N Taylor, K Holsman, AD MacCall, and PS Levin. Marine Ecology Progress Series 617-618:307-321.
State of the California Current 2017-2018: Still not quite normal in the north and getting interesting in the south
Thompson, AR, ID Schroeder, SJ Bograd, EL Hazen, MG Jacox, A Leising, BK Wells, JL Largier, JL Fisher, K Jacobson, S Zeman, EP Bjorkstedt, RR Robertson, FP Chavez, M Kahru, R Goericke, S Mcclatchie, CE Peabody, TR Baumgartner, BE Lavaniegos, J Gomez-Valdes, RD Brodeur, EA Daly, CA Morgan, TD Auth, BJ Burke, J Field, K Sakuma, ED Weber, W Watson, J Coates, R Schoenbaum, L Rogers-Bennett, RM Suryan, J Dolliver, S Loredo, JE Zamon, SR Schneider, RT Golightly, P Warzybok, J Jahncke, JA Santora, SA Thompson, W Sydeman, SR Melin. CalCOFI Reports 59.
Changes in California sea lion diet during a period of substantial climate variability
Robinson, H, J Thayer, WJ Sydeman, and M Weise. Marine Biology 165:169.
A comparison of modes of upwelling variability in the Benguela and California current ecosystems
Garcia-Reyes, M, T Lamont, WJ Sydeman, BA Black, RR Rykaczewski, SA Thompson, and SJ Bograd. Journal of Marine Systems 188:17-26.
Upwelling indices for comparative ecosystem studies: Variability in the Benguela Upwelling System
Lamont, T, M Garcia-Reyes, SJ Bograd, CD van der Lingen, and WJ Sydeman. Journal of Marine Systems 188:3-16.
Rising synchrony controls western North American ecosystems
Black, BA, P van der Sleen, E Di Lorenzo, D Griffin, WJ Sydeman, JB Dunham, RR Rykaczewski, M Garcia-Reyes, M Safeeq, I Arismendi, and SJ Bograd. Global Change Biology 24:2305-2314.
Biogeography of pelagic food webs in the North Pacific
Piatt, JF, ML Arimitsu, WJ Sydeman, SA Thompson, H Renner, S Zador, D Douglas, S Hatch, A Kettle, and J Williams. Fisheries Oceanography 27:366-380.
Non-stationary responses in Cape anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus) recruitment to coastal upwelling in the Southern Benguela
van der Sleen, P, RR Rykaczewski, BD Turley, WJ Sydeman, M Garcia-Reyes, SJ Bograd, CD van der Lingen, JC Coetzee, T Lamont, and BA Black. Marine Ecology Progress Series 596:155-164.
Submarine canyons represent an essential habitat network for krill hotspots in a Large Marine Ecosystem
Santora, JA, R Zeno, JG Dorman, and WJ Sydeman. Scientific Reports 8:7579.
Seabirds on the CalCOFI/CCE-LTER survey, spring 2018 data report
Sydeman, WJ, M Force, M Losekoot and SA Thompson. Farallon Institute Report.
Forecasting herring biomass using environmental and population parameters
Sydeman, WJ, M Garcia-Reyes, AI Szoboszlai, SA Thompson and JA Thayer. Fisheries Research 205:141-148.
Seabirds on the CalCOFI/CCE-LTER Survey, winter 2018 data report
Sydeman, WJ, M Force, M Losekoot, and SA Thompson. Farallon Institute Report.
Impacts of rising sea temperature on krill increase risks for predators in the Scotia Sea
Klein, ES, SL Hill, JT Hinke, T Phillips, and GM Watters. PLoS ONE 13:e0191011.