Relevant Publications

Golebie, E.J., van Riper, C.J., Arlinghaus, R., Gaddy, M., Jang, S., Kochalski, S., Lu, Y., Olden, J.D., Stedman, R. and Suski, C. (2022). Words matter: a systematic review of communication in non-native aquatic species literatureNeoBiota74, 1-28. (PDF)

van Riper, C.J., Golebie, E., Suski, C., Landon, A., Stedman, R., & Gaden, M. (2021). Beyond the catch: Fostering stewardship among recreational anglers through the development of a water ethic. In: Neal, J.W., Lang, T.J., Hunt, K.M., Kurawski, K., Krogman, R., & Taylor, J. (Eds.), Angler Recruitment, Retention, and Reactivation: Influencing the Future of Fisheries and Aquatic Conservation. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.

van Riper, C.J., Browning, M., Becker, D., Stewart, W., Suski, C., Browning, L., & Golebie, E. (2019). Human-nature relationships and normative beliefs predict behaviors that reduce the spread of aquatic invasive speciesEnvironmental Management, 63 (1), 69-79. (PDF AND PDF) [press release]

Kemp, C., van Riper, C. J., BouFajreldin, L., Stewart, W. P., Scheunemann, J., & van den Born, R. J. 2017. Connecting human–nature relationships to environmental behaviors that minimize the spread of aquatic invasive speciesBiological Invasions19(7), 2059-2074. (PDF)

Related publications by the principal investigators:

Arlinghaus, R., Cooke, S. J., Lyman, J., Policansky, D., Schwab, A., Suski, C., Sutton, S.G., & Thorstad, E. B. 2007. Understanding the complexity of catch-and-release in recreational fishing: an integrative synthesis of global knowledge from historical, ethical, social, and biological perspectives. Reviews in Fisheries Science15(1-2), 75-167. (PDF)

Arnott, R., Carr, L., Mohon, M., Santos, A., Toledo, F., Trimble, S., van Riper, C.J., & Ziegler, J. 2012. Ecosystem-based fisheries management of commercially important species: Designating a network of refugios in Baja California Sur, Mexico.  Department of Geography, Texas A&M University, College Station. (PDF)

Connelly, N., T.B. Lauber, R.C. Stedman, and B.A. Knuth. 2016. The role of anglers in preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species in the Great Lakes region. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 42(3): 703-707. (Request PDF)

Dennis III, C. E., Wright, A. W., & Suski, C. D. 2016. Potential for carbon dioxide to act as a non-physical barrier for invasive Sea Lamprey movement. Journal of Great Lakes Research42(1), 150-155.  (Request PDF)

Hannan, K. D., Jeffrey, J. D., Hasler, C. T., & Suski, C. D. 2016. Physiological effects of short-and long-term exposure to elevated carbon dioxide on a freshwater mussel, Fusconaia flava. Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences73(10), 1538-1546. (Request PDF)

Heck, N., R.C. Stedman, and M. Gaden.  2015. The integration of social science information into Great Lakes fishery management: Opportunities and challenges.  Fisheries Research 167:30-37. (Request PDF)

Heck, N., T.B. Lauber, and R.C. Stedman. 2016. Management responses to the spread of aquatic invasive species and pathogens by bait dealers and anglers: An application of the Driver-Pressure-Response model. Ocean and Coastal Management 132:38-45. (Request PDF)

Heck, N., R.C. Stedman, and M. Gaden. 2016.  Indicators to evaluate the social dimensions of the recreational fishery in the Great Lakes.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36(3): 477-484. (Request PDF)

Kates, D., Dennis, C., Noatch, M. R., & Suski, C. D. 2012. Responses of native and invasive fishes to carbon dioxide: potential for a nonphysical barrier to fish dispersal. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences69(11), 1748-1759. (Request PDF)

Landon, A. C., Kyle, G. T., van Riper, C. J., Schuett, M. A., & Park, J. 2018. Exploring the psychological dimensions of stewardship in recreational fisheries. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. (PDF)

Lauber, T.B,  R.C. Stedman, N.A. Connelly, G.L. Poe, R.C. Ready, L.G. Rudstam, D.B. Bunnell, T.O. Höök, M.A. Koops, S.A. Ludsin, and E.S. Rutherford. 2016. Using scenario development to predict invasive species impacts in the Laurentian Great Lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 36(6): 1292-1307.

Ready, R., G.L. Poe, T.B. Lauber, N.A. Connelly, R.C. Stedman, and L.G. Rudstam. 2018.  The potential impact of aquatic nuisance species on recreational fishing in the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi and Ohio River Basins.  Journal of Environmental Management 206:304-318. (PDF)

Schuett, M. A., Kyle, G. T., Dudensing, R., Ding, C., van Riper, C., & Park, J. 2015 Attitudes, behavior, and management preferences of Texas artificial reef users. Final Report to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Artificial Reef Program, Texas A&M University, College Station. (PDF)

Tix, J. A., Hasler, C. T., Sullivan, C., Jeffrey, J. D., & Suski, C. D. 2017. Elevated carbon dioxide has the potential to impact alarm cue responses in some freshwater fishes. Aquatic Ecology51(1), 59-72. (Request PDF)