Contact InformationFisheries Division
St. Hubert Research Group
222 Seward Street, Suite 205
Juneau, AK 99801-1239
Phone: (907) 723-3234
Hal Geiger Affiliate Faculty
- M.S. Oregon State University (Statistics)
- Ph.D. University of Alaska Fairbanks (Fisheries)
Haney, J.C., H.J. Geiger, J.W. Short. 2014. Bird mortality from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. I. Exposure in the offshore Gulf of Mexico. Marine Ecology Progress Series 513: 225-237.
Haney, J.C., H.J. Geiger, J.W. Short. 2014. Bird mortality from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. II. Carcass sampling and exposure probability in the coastal Gulf of Mexico. Marine Ecology Progress Series 513: 239–252.
Portley, N. and H.J. Geiger. 2014. Limit reference points for Pacific salmon fisheries. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34(2): 401-410.
Ishida, Y., A. Yamada, H. Adachi, I. Yagisawa, K. Tadokoro, and H.J. Geiger. 2009. Salmon distribution in Northern Japan during the Jomon Period, 2,000–8,000 years ago, and its implications for future global warming. North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission Bulletin No. 5: 287-292.
Geiger, H.J., I. Wang, P. Malecha, K. Hebert, W. W. Smoker, and A.J. Gharrett. 2007. What causes variability in pink salmon family size? Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136(6): 1688-1698.
Geiger, H.J. and X. Zhang. 2002. A simple procedure to evaluate salmon escapement trends that emphasizes biological meaning over statistical significance. Alaska Fisheries Research Bulletin 9(2):128–134.
Geiger, H.J., T. Perry, M. Fukuwaka, and V. Radchenko. 2002. Status of salmon stocks and fisheries in the North Pacific Ocean. [In] The Proceedings of the Joint Meeting on Causes of Marine Mortality of Salmon in the North Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans and in the Baltic Sea. North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission Technical Report Number 4. Vancouver, B.C.
Quang, P.X. and H.J. Geiger. 2002. A statistical approach to estimating fish passage using a form of echo integration. Alaska Fisheries Research Bulletin 9(1)9–15.
Quang, P.X. and H.J. Geiger. 2002. A review of the net selectivity problem and a model for apportioning species based on size-selective sampling. Alaska Fisheries Research Bulletin 9(1)16–26.
Geiger, H.J., W.W. Smoker, L.A. Zhivitovsky, and A.J. Gharrett. 1997. Variability of family size in pink salmon has implications for conservation biology and human use. The Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Vol. 54(11): 2684–2690
Geiger, H.J., and A.J. Gharrett. 1997. Salmon stocks at risk: what’s the stock and what’s the risk. An Issues and Perspectives Paper. Alaska Fisheries Research Bulletin 4(2):178–180.
Geiger, H.J., B. G. Bue, S. Sharr, A.C. Wertheimer, and T.M. Willette. 1996. A life history approach to estimating damage to Prince William Sound pink salmon from the Exxon Valdez oil spill. pp. 487–489. [In] S.D. Rice, R.B. Spies, D.A. Wolfe, and B.A. Wright, [eds.], Proceedings of the 1993 Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Symposium. American Fisheries Society Symposium 18.
Geiger, H.J 1994. A Bayesian approach for estimating hatchery contribution in a series of salmon fisheries. Alaska Fisheries Research Bulletin. Vol 1 No. 1: 66–75.
Meyers, T.R., S. Short, C. Farrington, K. Lipson, H.J. Geiger, R. Gates. 1993. Comparison of the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and fluorescent antibody test (FAT) for measuring the prevalence and levels of Renibacterium salmoninarum in wild and hatchery stocks of salmonid fishes in Alaska, USA. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. Vol. 16:181–189.
Meyers, T.R., S. Short, C. Farrington, K. Lipson, H.J. Geiger, R. Gates. 1993. Establishment of a negative-positive threshold optical density value for the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) to detect soluble antigen of Renibacterium salmoninarum in Alaskan Pacific salmon. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. Vol. 16:191–197.
Koenings, J.P., H.J. Geiger, and J.J. Hasbrouck. 1993. Smolt-to-adult survival patterns of sockeye salmon: effects of smolt length and geographic latitude when entering the sea. The Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 50:600–611.