17. Kennedy, C.G., M.E. Mather, J.M. Smith. 2017. Quantifying site-specific physical heterogeneity within an estuarine seascape. Estuaries and Coasts DOI:10.1007/s12237-016-0207-9. PDF.
16. Arostegui, M.C., J.M. Smith, A.N. Kagley, D. Spilsbury-Pucci, K.L., Fresh, T.P. Quinn. 2017. Spatially clustered patterns and segregation of sub-adult Chinook Salmon within the Salish Sea. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 9:1-12. PDF
15. Kennedy, C., M.E. Mather, J.M. Smith, J.T. Finn, L. Deegan. 2016. Discontinuities concentrate mobile predators: Quantifying organism-environment interactions at a seascape scale. Ecosphere 7: e01226. 10.1002/ecs2.1226. PDF
14. Demetras, N.J., D.D. Huff, C.J. Michel, J.M. Smith, G.R. Cutter, S.A. Hayes, S.T. Lindley. 2016. Development of baited predation event recorders to quantify juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) predation in a river environment. Fishery Bulletin 114:179-185. PDF
13. Smith, J.M., K.L. Fresh, A.N. Kagley, T.P. Quinn. 2015. Ultrasonic telemetry reveals seasonal variation in depth distribution and diel vertical migrations of sub-adult Chinook and coho salmon in Puget Sound. Marine Ecology Progress Series 532:227-242. PDF
12. Smith, J.M., S.P. Wells, M.E. Mather, R.M. Muth. 2014. Fish biodiversity sampling in stream ecosystems: a process for evaluating the appropriate types and amount of gear. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 24:338-350. PDF
11. Mather, M.E., J.T. Finn, C.G. Kennedy, L.A. Deegan, J.M. Smith. 2013. What happens in an estuary doesn’t stay there: Patterns of biotic connectivity resulting from long term ecological research. Oceanography 26:168-179. PDF
9. Dodds, W.K., C.T. Robinson, E.E. Gaiser, G.J.A. Hansen, H. Powell, J.M. Smith, N.B. Morse, S.L. Johnson, S.V. Gregory, T. Bell, T.K. Kratz, W.H. McDowell. 2012. Surprises and insights from long-term aquatic datasets and experiments. BioScience 62:709-721. PDF
8. Mather, M.E., H.J. Frank, J.M. Smith, R. Cormier, R.M. Muth, J.T. Finn. 2012. Assessing freshwater habitat of adult anadromous alewives using multiple approaches. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 4:188-200. PDF
6. Frank, H.J., M.E. Mather, J.M. Smith, R.M. Muth, J.T. Finn. 2011. Role of origin and release location in pre-spawning distribution and movements of anadromous alewife. Fisheries Management and Ecology 18:12-24. PDF
5. Smith, J.M., M.E. Mather, R.M. Muth, J.T. Finn, S.D. McCormick. 2009. Evaluation of a gastric radio tag insertion technique for anadromous river herring. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:367-377. PDF
4. Frank, H.J., M.E. Mather, J.M. Smith, R.M. Muth, J.T. Finn, S.D. McCormick. 2009. What is “fallback”?: metrics needed to assess telemetry tag effects on anadromous fish behavior. Hydrobiologia 635:237-249. PDF
1. Jessen, B., J. Black, R. Cormier, A. Gabela, J. Murt, S. Pautzke, J.M. Smith, F. Juanes. 2006. Elliott A. Norse and Larry B. Crowder (eds): Review of “Marine conservation biology: The science of maintaining the sea’s biodiversity”. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 16:229-231.
Kagley, A.N., J.M. Smith, K.L. Fresh, K. Frick, T.P. Quinn. Residency, partial migration, and late egress of sub-adult Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and comparisons with coho salmon (O. kisutch) in Puget Sound, Washington. Submitted to Fishery Bulletin.
Gerber, K.M., M.E. Mather, J.M. Smith. Implanting telemetry tags in fish: A review of surgical and post-tagging evaluation methodologies with an example. Submitted to Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries.
Hitchman, S.M., M.E. Mather, J.M. Smith, J.S. Fencl. A mosaic-based approach is needed to conserve biodiversity in disturbed freshwater ecosystems. Submitted to Global Change Biology.