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Jennifer Marsh

Ph.D. Student

University of Washington
B.S. (Fisheries)
University of Washington
B.S. (Biology)
University of Alaska Fairbanks
M.S. (Fisheries)
J.M. Marsh, R.J. Foy, N. Hillgruber, and G.H. Kruse. . 2015. Variability in trophic levels of four commercially important groundfish species in the Gulf of Alaska Fisheries Research. 165:100-114.

J. R. Jasper, C. Habicht, S. Moffitt, R. Brenner, J. Marsh, B. Lewis, E. C. Fox, Z. Grauvogel, S. D. R. Olive and W. S. Grant. 2013. Source-Sink Estimates of Genetic Introgression Show Influence of Hatchery Strays on Wild Chum Salmon Populations in Prince William Sound, Alaska Plos One. 8(12) doi: ARTN e81916; DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0081916 <Go to ISI>://000328734200018

J. M. Marsh, N. Hillgruber and R. J. Foy. 2012. Temporal and Ontogenetic Variability in Trophic Role of Four Groundfish Species-Walleye Pollock, Pacific Cod, Arrowtooth Flounder, and Pacific Halibut-around Kodiak Island in the Gulf of Alaska Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 141(2):468-486.

  • Fisheries
Research Overview
Thesis Title : Trophic ecology and distribution of Chukchi Sea fish communities with an emphasis on Arctic cod
  • American Fisheries Society
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