College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
Office: Irving II 230
Lab: O'Neill 141
Fairbanks, AK 99775
Schaefer, A.L., K.B. Gorman, and M.A. Bishop. 2022. Light-level geolocation reveals the short-distance non-breeding movements and distribution of tufted puffins throughout the Northeast Pacific Ocean. Frontiers in Marine Science. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2022.999461
Guo, C., B.H. Konar, K.B. Gorman, and C.M. Walker. 2022. Environmental factors important to high-latitude nearshore estuarine fish community structure. Deep-Sea Research II. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr2.2022.105109.
Horst, A.M., A.P. Hill, and K.B. Gorman. 2022. Palmer Archipelago Penguins Data in the palmerpenguins R Package - An Alternative to Anderson’s Irises. The R Journal. https://journal.r-project.org/articles/RJ-2022-020/.
Gorman, K.B., K.E. Ruck, T.D. Williams and W.R. Fraser. 2021. Advancing the sea ice
hypothesis: trophic interactions among breeding Pygoscelis penguins with divergent
population trends throughout the western Antarctic Peninsula. Frontiers in Marine Science 8:526092. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.
Arimitsu, M., J. Piatt, S. Hatch, R.M. Suryan, S. Batten, M.A. Bishop, R.W. Campbell, H. Coletti, D. Cushing, K. Gorman, R.R. Hopcroft, K.J. Kuletz, C. Marsteller, C. McKinstry, D. McGowan, J. Moran, W.S. Pegau, A. Schaefer, S. Schoen, J. Straley, and V.R. von Biela. 2021. Heatwave-induced synchrony within forage fish portfolio disrupts energy flow to top pelagic predators. Global Change Biology 27:1859–1878. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.15556
- Integrative ecology
- Evolutionary and behavioral ecology
- Molecular and physiological ecology
- Food webs and trophic interactions
- Demography and population structure
- Marine fish and bird populations
- High latitude marine ecosystems
- Evaluating factors related to in river adult mortality in Copper River sockeye salmon. Funded by Alaska Sustainable Salmon Fund, 2021-2022
- Are expanding pink salmon populations in the Arctic produced from regional watersheds? Funded by Coastal Marine Institute/BOEM, 2020–2023
- Using otolith geochemistry to understand the ocean ecology of a changing Alaskan salmon system. Funded by National Science Foundation, 2020–2021
- Implications of a declining trend in body size and condition on abundance of sockeye salmon in the Copper River, Alaska. Funded by North Pacific Research Board, 2019–2021
- Resolving the annual pelagic distribution of Tufted Puffins: Associations with oceanographic features and isotopic niche. Funded by North Pacific Research Board, 2018–2021