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Jacob P Kritzer
Jacob P Kritzer
Executive Director at NERACOOS
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Critical science gaps impede use of no-take fishery reserves
PF Sale, RK Cowen, BS Danilowicz, GP Jones, JP Kritzer, KC Lindeman, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 20 (2), 74-80, 2005
10662005
Metapopulation ecology in the sea: from Levins' model to marine ecology and fisheries science
JP Kritzer, PF Sale
Fish and Fisheries 5 (2), 131-140, 2004
4802004
Patterns and processes in reef fish diversity
C Mora, PM Chittaro, PF Sale, JP Kritzer, SA Ludsin
Nature 421 (6926), 933-936, 2003
4292003
The future of metapopulation science in marine ecology
JP KRITZER, PF SALE
Marine Metapopulations, 517-529, 2006
220*2006
Lessons learned from practical approaches to reconcile mismatches between biological population structure and stock units of marine fish
LA Kerr, NT Hintzen, SX Cadrin, LW Clausen, M Dickey-Collas, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (6), 1708-1722, 2017
2052017
Effects of noncompliance on the success of alternative designs of marine protected‐area networks for conservation and fisheries management
JP Kritzer
Conservation Biology 18 (4), 1021-1031, 2004
1302004
Characterizing fish populations: effects of sample size and population structure on the precision of demographic parameter estimates
JP Kritzer, CR Davies, BD Mapstone
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (8), 1557-1568, 2001
1242001
The importance of benthic habitats for coastal fisheries
JP Kritzer, MB DeLucia, E Greene, C Shumway, MF Topolski, ...
BioScience 66 (4), 274-284, 2016
1022016
The merging of metapopulation theory and marine ecology: establishing the historical context
PF Sale, I Hanski, JP Kritzer
Marine metapopulations, 3-28, 2006
952006
Determining the extent and spatial scale of population connectivity: decapods and coral reef fishes compared
PF Sale, JP Kritzer
Fisheries Research 65 (1-3), 153-172, 2003
872003
Batch fecundity of Lutjanus carponotatus (Lutjanidae) and implications of no-take marine reserves on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
RD Evans, GR Russ, JP Kritzer
Coral Reefs 27, 179-189, 2008
862008
Sex-specific growth and mortality, spawning season, and female maturation of the stripey bass (Lutjanus carponotatus) on the Great Barrier Reef
JP Kritzer
Fishery Bulletin 102, 94-107, 2004
862004
Variation in the population biology of stripey bass Lutjanus carponotatus within and between two island groups on the Great Barrier Reef
JP Kritzer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 243, 191-207, 2002
592002
Integrating science-based co-management, partnerships, participatory processes and stewardship incentives to improve the performance of small-scale fisheries
KA Karr, R Fujita, R Carcamo, L Epstein, JR Foley, JA Fraire-Cervantes, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 345, 2017
542017
Stemming decline of the coastal ocean: rethinking environmental management
PF Sale, MJ Butler, AJ Hooten, JP Kritzer, KC Lindeman, YJ Sadovy, ...
United Nations University-INWEH., 2008
542008
The global rise of crustacean fisheries
R Boenish, JP Kritzer, K Kleisner, RS Steneck, KM Werner, W Zhu, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 20 (2), 102-110, 2022
522022
Fishery management strategies for addressing complex spatial structure in marine fish stocks
JP Kritzer, OR Liu
Stock identification methods, 29-57, 2014
512014
Ageing in Coral Reef Fishes: Do we Need to Validate the Periodicity of Increment Formation for every species of Fish for which we collect age-based Demographic Data?
JH Choat, JP Kritzer, JL Ackerman
Tropical fish otoliths: Information for assessment, management and ecology …, 2009
492009
Vulnerability of nearshore tropical finfish in Cuba: implications for scientific and management planning
R Puga, S Valle, JP Kritzer, G Delgado, ME de León, E Giménez, I Ramos, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science 94 (2), 377-392, 2018
462018
The metapopulation ecology of coral reef fishes
JP KRITZER, PF SALE
Marine metapopulations, 31-67, 2006
452006
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