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Contacts

Dr. Andreas Winter

Contact

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Fishery Scientist/Stock Assessment

Phone: +500 27260

Fax: +500 27260

Miscellaneous Information

Miscellaneous Information:

Research Interest

Fishery stock assessment, population dynamics, population interactions

Background & Qualifications

PhD (Fishery Science), University of Washington, USA
MSc (Biology), University of Windsor, Canada

NOAA & ADFG certified fishery observer (1995 – 2002) 

Publications

Winter, A., Pompert, J., Arkhipkin, A., Brewin, P.E. 2015. Interannual variability in the skate assemblage on the South Patagonian shelf and slope. Journal of Fish Biology 87: 1449 - 1468.

Winter, A., Arkhipkin, A. 2015. Environmental impacts on recruitment migrations of Patagonian longfin squid (Doryteuthis gahi) in the Falkland Islands with reference to stock assessment. Fisheries Research 172: 85 - 95.

Winter, A. 2015. Fishing for skates in the Falkland Islands. Shark Focus 54: 14 - 15, www.sharktrust.org/fisheries.

Arkhipkin, A., Barton, J., Wallace, S., Winter, A. 2013. Close cooperation between science, management and industry benefits sustainable exploitation of the Falkland Islands squid fisheries. Journal of Fish Biology 83: 905 - 920.

Arkhipkin, A., Brickle, P., Laptikhovsky, V., Winter, A. 2012. Dining hall at sea: feeding migrations of nektonic predators to the eastern Patagonian Shelf. Journal of Fish Biology 81: 882 - 902.

Arkhipkin, A., Brickle, P., Laptikhovsky, V., Pompert, J., Winter, A. 2012. Skate assemblage on the eastern Patagonian Shelf and slope: structure, diversity and abundance. Journal of Fish Biology 80: 1704 - 1726.

Winter, A., Jiao, Y., Browder, J. 2011. Modelling low rates of seabird bycatch in the U.S. Atlantic longline fisheries. Waterbirds 34: 289 - 303.

Yu, H., Jiao, Y., Winter, A. 2011. Catch-rate standardization for yellow perch in Lake Erie: a comparison of the spatial generalized linear model and the generalized additive model. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140: 905 - 918.

Winter, A., Foy, R., Wynne, K. 2009. Seasonal differences in prey availability between a Steller sea lion haulout and a rookery near Kodiak, Alaska. Aquatic Mammals 35: 145 - 162.

Winter, A., Foy, R., Trussell, M. 2007. Factors influencing the mortality of tagged walleye pollock captured using a trawl net. Final Report to the North Pacific Research Board, 23 p.

Winter, A., Coyle, K., Swartzman, G. 2007. Variations in age-0 pollock distribution among eastern Bering Sea nursery areas: A comparative study through acoustic indices. Deep-Sea Research II 54: 2869 - 2884.

Winter, A., Swartzman, G. 2006. Interannual changes in distribution of age-0 walleye pollock near the Pribilof Islands, Alaska, with reference to the prediction of pollock year-class strength. ICES Journal of Marine Science 63: 1118 - 1135.

Swartzman, G., Winter, A., Coyle, K., Brodeur, R., Buckley, T., Ciannelli, L., Hunt, G., Ianelli, J., Macklin, A. 2005. Relationship of age-0 pollock abundance and distribution around the Pribilof Islands, with other shelf regions of the eastern Bering Sea. Fisheries Research 74: 273 - 287.

Winter, A., Swartzman, G., Ciannelli, L. 2005. Early- to late-summer population growth and prey consumption by age-0 pollock, in two years of contrasting pollock abundance near the Pribilof Islands, Bering Sea. Fisheries Oceanography 14: 307 - 320.

Schabetsberger, R., Sztatecny, M., Drozdowski, G., Brodeur, R.D., Swartzman, G.L., Wilson, M.T., Winter, A.G., Napp, J.M. 2003. Size dependent, spatial and temporal variability of juvenile walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) feeding at a frontal region in the southeast Bering Sea. Marine Ecology 24: 1 - 23.

Swartzman, G., Napp, J., Brodeur, R., Winter, A., Ciannelli, L. 2002. Spatial patterns of pollock and zooplankton distribution in the Pribilof Islands, Alaska nursery area and their relationship to pollock recruitment. ICES Journal of Marine Science 59: 1167 - 1186.

Winter, A., Ciborowski, J., Reynoldson, T. 1996. Effects of chronic hypoxia and reduced temperature on survival and growth of burrowing mayflies, Hexagenia limbata (Ephemeroptera, Ephemeridae). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 53: 1565 - 1571.