Some Recent Papers & Book Chapters

Shad Fishing NY Bay, 1867

Waldman, J., K.A. Wilson, M. Mather, and N.P. Snyder. 2016. A resilience approach can improve anadromous fish restoration. Fisheries 41:116-126. (online abstract)

Boehm, J.T., J. Waldman, M. Hickerson, and J. Robinson.  2015.  Population genomics reveals seahorses (Hippocampus erectus) of the western mid-Atlantic coast to be residents rather than vagrants. PLOS  DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0116219. (web version)

Jackman, G., K.E. Limburg, and J. Waldman.  2015. Life on the bottom: the chemical and morphological asymmetry of winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) sagittae. Environmental Biology of Fishes 99:27-38. (web version)

Wirgin, I., L. Maceda, J. Waldman, and D.T. Mayack.  2015.  Genetic variation and population structure of American mink Neovison vison from PCB-contaminated and non-contaminated locales in Eastern North America.  Ecotoxicology 24:1961-1975. (web version)

Boehm, J.T., L. Woodall, P. Teske, S. Lourie, C. Baldwin, J. Waldman, and M. Hickerson.  2013. 
Marine dispersal and barriers drive Atlantic seahorse diversification.  Journal of Biogeography.  (pdf)

Waldman, J.R., T. King, T. Savoy, L. Maceda, C. Grunwald, and I. Wirgin.  2013. Stock origins of
subadult and adult Atlantic sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrinchus, in a non-natal estuary, Long Island Sound.  Estuaries and Coasts 36:257-267.  (pdf)

Brown, J.J.,  K. E. Limburg, J.R. Waldman, K. Stephenson, E. Glenn, F. Juanes.  2013.  Fish and hydropower
on the US Atlantic coast: another example of failed fisheries policies through half-way technologies?  Conservation Letters.  (site, with abstract)

Brantner, J.S., D.W. Ott, R.J. Duff, J.I. Orridge, J.R .Waldman, and S.C. Weeks. 2013. Evidence of selfing
hermaphroditism in the clam shrimp Cyzicus gynecia (Branchiopoda, Spinicaudata).  Journal of Crustacean Biology 34:184-190.  (pdf)

Wirgin, I., L. Maceda, J.R. Waldman, S. Wehrell, M. Dadswell, T. King.  2012.  Stock origin of migratory
Atlantic sturgeon in the Minas Basin, Inner Bay of Fundy, Canada, determined by microsatellite and mitochondrial DNA analyses.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141:1389-1498. 
(site, with abstract)

Waldman, J., L. Maceda, and I. Wirgin.  2012.  Mixed-stock analysis of wintertime aggregations of
striped bass along the mid-Atlantic coast.  Journal of Applied Ichthyology 28:1-6.  (pdf)

Waldman, J.R.  2011.  Conservation and restoration of Acipenser oxyrinchus in the U.S.  Pages 517-526 in
(P. Williot et al., editors).  Biology and Conservation of the Atlantic European Sturgeon A.sturio L, 1758.  Springer-Verlag, Berlin.  (pdf of volume)

Williams, L., and J.R. Waldman.  2010. Wintering biology of striped bass at a power plant discharge.
Northeastern Naturalist 17:373-386.  (site, with abstract)

Limburg, K.E., and J.R. Waldman.  2009.  Dramatic declines in North Atlantic diadromous fishes.
 Bioscience 59:955-965.  (pdf)

Wirgin, I., C. Grunwald, J. Stabile, and J.R. Waldman.  2008.  A genetic contribution to delineation of
distinct population segments of shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum).  Conservation Genetics 9:1111-1124.  (pdf)

Waldman, J.R., C. Grunwald, and I. Wirgin.  2008.  Sea lamprey Petromyzon marinus, an exception to the
rule of homing in anadromous fishes.  Biology Letters 4:659-662.  (pdf)

Waldman, J.R., P. Doukakis, and I. Wirgin.  2008.  Molecular analysis as a conservation tool for
monitoring the trade of North American sturgeons and paddlefish.  Journal of Applied Ichthyology 24(Suppl. 1):20-28.  (pdf)

Waldman, J.  2008.  The world’s diadromous fishes: Resetting shifted baselines.  Pages 151-163 in 
State of the Wild: A Global Portrait of Wildlife, Wildlands, and Oceans 2008, Wildlife Conservation Society, New York.  (website for volume)

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