faculty listing

Contact Information

Auke Bay Laboratories
17109 Point Lena Loop Road
Juneau, AK 99801-8344
Phone: (907) 789-6003
bill.heard@noaa.gov

William Heard Affiliate Faculty

Marine Biology

Affiliations

  • NOAA
  • Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute

Links

Publications

Park, W., M. Sturdevant, J. Orsi, A. Wertheimer, E. Fergusson, W. Heard, and T. Shirley. 2004. Interannual abundance patterns of copepods during an ENSO event in Icy Strait, southeastern Alaska. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 61(4):464-477.

Wertheimer, A.C., W.R. Heard, and W.W. Smoker. 2004. Effects of hatchery releases and environmental variation on wild-stock productivity: consequences for sea ranching of pink salmon in Prince William Sound, Alaska. Pages 307-326 in K. M. Leber, S. Kitada, T. Svasand, and H. L. Blankenship (eds.), Stock Enhancement and Sea Ranching 2. Blackwell Science Ltd, Oxford. (This book is available for purchase from www.blackwellpublishing.com ).

Heard, W. R. 2003. Alaska salmon enhancement: a successful program for hatchery and wild stocks, p. 149-169. In Y. Nakamura, J. P. McVey, S. Fox, K. Churchill, C. Neidig, and K. Leber (editors), Ecology of aquaculture species and enhancement of stocks, Proceedings of the 30th U. S.-Japan Aquaculture Panel, 3-4 December 2001. Florida Sea Grant TP-128, Mote Marine Lab, Sarasota, FL.

Wertheimer A. C., W. W. Smoker, T. L. Joyce, and W. R. Heard. 2001. Hatchery pink salmon in Prince William Sound: enhancement or replacement? Trans. Am. Fish. Soc.130: 712-720.

Brodeur, R. D., G. W. Boehlert, E. Casillas, M. B. Eldridge, J. H. Helle, W. T. Peterson, W. R. Heard, S. T. Lindley, and M. H. Sshwewe. 2000. A coordinated research plan for estuarine and ocean research on Pacific salmon. Fisheries. 25: 7-16.