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Cindy Tribuzio
Cindy Tribuzio
Fisheries Biologist, National Marine Fisheries Service
Verified email at noaa.gov
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The Use of Satellite Tags to Redefine Movement Patterns of Spiny Dogfish (Squalus acanthias) along the U.S. East Coast: Implications for Fisheries Management
AE Carlson, ER Hoffmayer, CA Tribuzio, JA Sulikowski
PLoS One 9 (7), e103384, 2014
542014
Age and growth of spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) in the Gulf of Alaska: analysis of alternative growth models
CA Tribuzio, GH Kruse, JT Fujioka
382010
First use of satellite tags to examine movement and habitat use of big skates Beringraja binoculata in the Gulf of Alaska
TJ Farrugia, KJ Goldman, C Tribuzio, AC Seitz
Marine Ecology Progress Series 556, 209-221, 2016
342016
Origins of the Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus): Impacts of ice‐olation and introgression
RP Walter, D Roy, NE Hussey, B Stelbrink, KM Kovacs, C Lydersen, ...
Ecology and Evolution 7 (19), 8113-8125, 2017
282017
Assessment of the shark stock complex in the Gulf of Alaska
CA Tribuzio, C Rodgveller, K Echave, PJ Hulson
252018
Age and growth of elasmobranchs and applications to fisheries management and conservation in the Northeast Pacific Ocean
ME Matta, CA Tribuzio, DA Ebert, KJ Goldman, CM Gburski
Advances in marine biology 77, 179-220, 2017
242017
Life history characteristics of a lightly exploited stock of Squalus suckleyi
CA Tribuzio, GH Kruse
Journal of Fish Biology 80 (5), 1159-1180, 2012
242012
Demographic and risk analyses of spiny dogfish (Squalus suckleyi) in the Gulf of Alaska using age-and stage-based population models
CA Tribuzio, GH Kruse
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (12), 1395-1406, 2011
222011
An investigation of the reproductive physiology of two North Pacific shark species: spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) and salmon shark (Lamna ditropis)
CA Tribuzio
University of Washington, 2004
202004
16. Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands Squids and Other Species
S Gaichas, D Courtney, R Reuter, L Conners, C Tribuzio, K Goldman, ...
152005
Shark interactions with directed and incidental fisheries in the Northeast Pacific Ocean: historic and current encounters, and challenges for shark conservation
J King, GA McFarlane, V Gertseva, J Gasper, S Matson, CA Tribuzio
Advances in Marine Biology 78, 9-44, 2017
142017
Assessment of the Other Rockfish stock complex in the Gulf of Alaska
CA Tribuzio, K Echave, K Coutre
142017
GOA sharks
D Courtney, C Tribuzio, KJ Goldman, J Rice
Stock assessment and fishery evaluation report for the groundfish resources …, 2007
142007
Stock assessment and fishery evaluation report for the groundfish resources of the Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands regions
K Aydin, S Barbeaux, D Barnard, L Chilton, B Clark, M Conners, ...
North Pacific Fishery Management Council, Anchorage, AK, 2014
132014
Methods for the estimation of non-target species catch in the unobserved halibut IFQ fleet
CA Tribuzio, S Gaichas, J Gasper, H Gilroy, T Kong, O Ormseth, ...
August Plan Team document. Presented to the Joint Plan Teams of the North …, 2011
132011
Reproductive biology and management implications for spiny dogfish in Puget Sound, Washington
CA Tribuzio, VF Gallucci, GG Bargmann
Biology and management of dogfish sharks. Am. Fish. Soc., Bethesda, Maryland …, 2009
132009
Assessment of the shark stock complex in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands
CA Tribuzio, K Echave, CJ Rodveller, PJ Hulson
122016
Sharks in the Gulf of Alaska, Eastern Bering Sea, and Aleutian Islands
D Courtney, S Gaichas, J Boldt, KJ Goldman, C Tribuzio
NPFMC Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands SAFE, 2004
122004
Methods for the Preparation of Pacific Spiny Dogfish, Squalus suckleyi, Fin Spines and Vertebrae and an Overview of Age Determination.
CA Tribuzio, ME Matta, C Gburski, N Atkins, W Bubley
Marine Fisheries Review 78, 2016
92016
Feasibility of using pop-up satellite archival tags (PSATs) to monitor vertical movement of a Sebastes: A case study
CJ Rodgveller, CA Tribuzio, PW Malecha, CR Lunsford
Fisheries Research 187, 96-102, 2017
72017
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