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T Young, G Cumming, E Kerns, K Hunter-Thomson, T Manik-Perlman, T Palacio, N Veang, WX Weng, F Yin, and C Cuite. In review. Strategies for increasing participation of diverse consumers in a community seafood program.

A Carlson, T Young, M Centeno, SA Levin, DI Rubenstein. 2021. Boat to bowl: Resilience through network rewiring of a community-supported fishery amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Environmental Resource Letters 16:034054. [link]

JS Stoll, HL Harrison, D Callaway, M Collier, K Harrell, B Jones, J Kastlunger, E Kramer, S Kurian, A Lovewell, S Strobel, T Sylvester, B Tolley, A Tomlinson, E White, T Young, P Loring. 2021. Alternative seafood networks during COVID-19: Implications for resilience and sustainability. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 5:97 [link]

MA Nocco, BM McGill, C McDonough McKenzie, RK Tonietto, J Dudney, MC Bletz, T Young, S Kuebbing. 2021. Equity, mentorship, and research productivity during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. Biological Conservation 255:108966 [link]

M Pinsky, E Fenichel, M Fogarty, S Levin, B McCay, K St Martin, R Selden, T Young. 2020. Fish and fisheries in hot water: what is happening and how do we adapt? Population Ecology 63(1):17-26. [link]

G Cumming, K Hunter-Thomson, T Young. 2020. Local food 2.0: How do regional, intermediated, food value chains affect stakeholder learning? A case study of a community-supported fishery (CSF) program. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 10(1): 68-82. [link]

C McDonough MacKenzie, S Kuebbing, RS Barak, M Bletz, J Dudney, BM McGill, MA Nocco, T Young, RK Tonietto. We do not want to “cure plant blindness” we want to grow plant love. 2019. Plants People Planet 1(2): 1-3. [link]

LA Rogers, R Griffin, T Young, E Fuller, KS Martin, ML Pinsky. 2019. Shifting habitats expose fishing communities to risk under climate change. Nature Climate Change 9(7):512+. [link]

BA Dubik, EC Clark, Young, SB Jones Zigler, MM Provost, ML Pinsky, K St. Martin. 2019. Governing fisheries in the face of change: Social responses to long-term geographic shifts in a U.S. fishery. Marine Policy. [link]

T Young, EC Fuller, MM Provost, KE Coleman, K St. Martin, BJ McCay, ML Pinsky. 2018. Adaptation strategies of coastal fishing communities as species shift poleward. ICES J Marine Science. [link]

T Young, J Pincin, P Neubauer, S Ortega-García, OP Jensen. 2018. Investigating diet patterns of highly mobile marine predators using stomach contents, stable isotope, and fatty acid analyses. ICES J Marine Science 75(5), 1583–1590. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsy025. [link]

P Tsogtsaikan, B Mendsaikhan, G Jargalmaa, B Ganzorig, B Weidel, CM Filosa, CM Free, T Young, OP Jensen. Comparison of age and growth of lenok, Brachymystax lenok (Pallas 1773), and grayling, Thymallus spp., in lentic and lotic habitats of northern Mongolia. J Applied Ichthyology 33(1): 108-115. [pdf]

T Young, OP Jensen, B Weidel, S Chandra. 2015. Natural trophic variability in a large, oligotrophic, near-pristine lake. J Great Lakes Research 41(2): 463-472. [pdf] [cover photo]

T Young, S Komarow, L Deegan, R Garritt.  1999.  Population size and summer home range of the green crab, Carcinus maenas, in salt marsh tidal creeks.  Biological Bulletin 197: 297-299. [pdf]

S Komarow, T Young, L Deegan and R Garritt.  1999.  Influence of marsh flooding on the abundance and growth of Fundulus heteroclitus in salt marsh creeks.  Biological Bulletin 197: 299-300. [pdf]