Publications Details for:

Modeling and Integration
Grant Number R829458C009
RFA: Environmental Indicators in the Estuarine Environment Research Program (2000)
Dissertation/Thesis (1)
Journal Article (6)
Presentation (16)
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Dissertation/Thesis Murphy CA. Modeling the effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals on Atlantic croaker: understanding biomarkers and predicting population responses. Ph.D. Dissertation. Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, February 2006. R829458C009 (2005)
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Journal Article Breitburg DL, Adamack A, Rose KA, Kolesar SE, Decker MB, Purcell JE, Keister JE, Cowan JH. The pattern and influence of low dissolved oxygen in the Patuxent River, a seasonally hypoxic estuary. Estuaries 2003;26(2A):280-297. R829458C009 (2003)
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Journal Article Fuiman LA, Rose KA, Cowan Jr. JH, Smith EP. Survival skills required for predator evasion by fish larvae and their relation to laboratory measures of performance. Animal Behaviour 2006;71(6):1389-1399. R829458C009 (2005)
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Murphy CA, Rose KA, Thomas P. Modeling vitellogenesis in female fish exposed to environmental stressors: predicting the effects of endocrine disturbance due to exposure to a PCB mixture and cadmium. Reproductive Toxicology 2005;19(3):395-409.

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Richmond CE, Breitburg DL, Rose KA. The effect of stress tolerance on the relationship between species richness and system function. Ecological Modelling.

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Journal Article Rose KA, Murphy CA, Diamond SL, Fuiman LA, Thomas P. Using nested models and laboratory data for predicting population effects of contaminants on fish: a step towards a bottom-up approach for establishing causality in field studies. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 2003;9(1):231-257. R829458C009 (2003)
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Journal Article Rose KA. Lack of relationship between simulated fish population responses and their life history traits: inadequate models, incorrect analysis, or site-specific factors?. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2005;62(4):886-902 R829458C009 (2003)
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Presentation Adamack AT, Rose KA, Breitburg DL, Lung W-S, Nice AJ. Simulating the effects of human and natural influences on the survival of bay anchovy eggs and larvae in the Patuxent River Estuary. Presented at the American Fisheries Society 135th Annual Meeting, Anchorage, AK, September 11-15, 2005. R829458C009 (2005)
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Craig K, Rose KA, Rice JA. Low dissolved oxygen and juvenile estuarine fishes: evaluating alternative approaches to incorporating movement into a spatially-explicit, individual-based model. Presented at the 134th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Madison, WI, August 22-26, 2004.

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Presentation Craig K, Rice J, Rose K. Effects of hypoxia on juvenile estuarine fishes: bridging the gap between individual and population responses. Presented at the American Fisheries Society 135th Annual Meeting, Anchorage, AK, September 11-15, 2005. R829458C009 (2005)
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Presentation Diamond SA, Murphy C, Rose K. Modeling the effects of global climate change on Atlantic croaker. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Quebec City, Canada, August 10-14, 2003. R829458C009 (2003)
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Murphy CA, Rose KA, Diamond SL, Fuiman LA, et al. Modeling the effects of multiple anthropogenic and environmental stressors on Atlantic croaker populations using nested simulation models and laboratory data. Presented Fourth Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry World Congress, Portland, OR, November 14-18, 2004.

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Murphy CA, Rose KA, Thomas P. Modeling vitellogenesis in fish: relating biomarkers of endocrine disruption to ecological endpoints. Presented at FourthSociety of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry World Congress, Portland, OR, November 14-18, 2004.

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Presentation Murphy CA, Rose KA, Thomas P. Using a vitellogenesis model of fish to relate biomarkers of endocrine disruption to ecological endpoints. Presented at the Gulf Estuarine Research Society//South Central and South Atlantic Chapters of the Society of Wetland Scientists Joint Society Meeting, Pensacola, FL, March 30-April 2, 2005. R829458C009 (2005)
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Presentation Murphy CA, Rose KA, Fuiman LA, Alvarez MC, et al. Using modeling to link the effects of contaminants on larval fish behavior to ecologically relevant end-points. Presented at the Symposium on Estuarine Indicators, 18th Biennial Conference of the Estuarine Research Federation, Norfolk, VA, October 16-20, 2005. R829458C009 (2005)
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Presentation Murphy CA, Rose KA, Diamond S, Fuiman L, Thomas P. Modeling population-level responses of Atlantic croaker to endocrine disrupting chemicals using linked simulation models and laboratory studies. Presented at the 5th International Congress of the Biology of Fish, Vancouver, Canada, July 21-26, 2002. R829458C009 (2003)
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Presentation Murphy C, Rose KA, Thomas P. Using physiological modeling to relate biomarkers of endocrine disruption to ecological endpoints. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Quebec City, Canada, August 10-14, 2003. R829458C009 (2003)
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Rose KA, et al. Hypoxia and nutrient indicators in Gulf of Mexico estuaries: integration across scales. Presented at the Fourth Annual EaGLe Centers’ Conference, Duluth, MN, September 30-October 1, 2004.

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Presentation Rose KA. Use of modeling to separate the effects of multiple stressors on fish populations. Presented at the Workshop on Predicting the Effects of Overfishing, Euthrophication, and Disease on Estuarine Fish Assemblages: Disentangling Effects of Multiple Stressors on Estuarine Food Webs, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Edgewater, MD, May 2005. R829458C009 (2005)
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Presentation Rose KA. Fish population responses to stress and enhancement: where have I gone wrong? Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Quebec City, Canada, August 10-14, 2003. R829458C009 (2003)
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Presentation Rose KA, Murphy CA, Thomas P, Sable S, Cheek A, Landry KA, Brouwer M, Nunez BS. Integration across scales using simulation modeling: an example using hypoxia and contaminant effects on fish and crustacea. Presented at the STAR Progress Review Workshop: EaGLe 3rd All-Investigators Meeting, Bodega Bay, CA, December 4-5, 2003. R829458C009 (2003)
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Sable SE, Rose KA, Cheek AO, Brouwer M, et al. Dissolved oxygen effects in a northern Gulf of Mexico tidal marsh community: implications from an individual-based model. Presented at the 13th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Madison, WI, August 22-26, 2004.

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Sable SE, Rose KA. Simulating marsh community dynamics in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Presented at the Essential Fish Habitat Meeting, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Baton Rouge, LA, July 2004.

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