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Michael Malick
Quantitative ecology 🐟, fisheries oceanography 🌊, synthesis science 🌎. Researcher .
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NCEAS May 28
How does a warming and more crowded ocean affect salmon across their range? Find out in a new paper led by and our working group!
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Michael Malick May 25
👇 Great thread summarizing our new paper. Our results suggest large scale hatchery production can have negative consequences for distant salmon stocks
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Michael Malick May 21
👇Great research opportunity with potentially important management implications
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Michael Malick Apr 30
New paper with , , et al. shows temperature effects on Pacific hake distribution vary across space and age group.
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Salmon Network Feb 18
Time-varying relationships between ocean conditions and productivity The effects of PDO, NPGO and sea surface temperature on productivity varied across 6 decades and 45 stocks from BC and AK by
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Michael Malick Jan 30
Replying to @TrevorABranch
I've been using gridExtra::grid.arrange with the 'layout_matrix' argument for arranging multiple plots (similar to the graphics::layout approach) and the grid::viewport function for inset plots
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Michael Malick Aug 21
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Michael Malick 14 Jun 19
Highly recommend this podcast where describes some of the wonderful research being done via the project
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Michael Malick 1 Feb 19
Here is a function I have used previously to match points based on distance and dates: It's pretty basic, but runs fairly fast, particularly if euclidean distances are sufficient.
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Michael Malick 12 Oct 18
Great "food for thought" article by my former Ph.D. advisor. Many great lessons for early career scientists.
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Michael Malick 31 Jul 18
Just spent way too long watching animations of MCMC algorithms!
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Michael Malick 17 Jul 18
Fresh evidence showing the central role pink salmon can play in shaping North Pacific ecosystem dynamics. New paper by , G. Ruggerone and I. Ortiz.
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Michael Malick 10 Jul 18
, I'm not really sure. One hypothesis is that the increased synchrony is driven by changes in the relative importance of climatic processes, e.g., see Kilduff et al. 2015
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Michael Malick 9 Jul 18
Synchrony in productivity among wild North American Chinook stocks has increased in recent years and is closely associated with the NPGO index. New paper:
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Michael Malick 5 Jul 18
Beware of using imprecise words to describe probabilities (unless you need to hedge your forecasts)
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Malin Pinsky 20 Jun 18
Excited to share free access to our new article on climate change and fisheries conflicts in . Have to click through from
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Greg Dusek 21 May 18
Why do rip currents form? We used green dye to help show you! Larger waves break over a shallow sand bar = HIGH water levels shoreward of the bar. Smaller waves break in the deep channel = LOW water levels shoreward of the channel. Water flows downhill from H to L!
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Samuel Johnson 4 May 18
New preprint from Sean Cox (SFU) and me, showing that hierarchical stock assessments aren't always benefit in data limited conditions.
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Benjamin Nelson 18 Apr 18
New model tracks Chinook spatial distribution and mortality rates along the entire West Coast. Impressive effort from Ole Shelton, , and others at
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Kate Richerson 19 Mar 18
Our new paper on the predicted economic impacts of the 2017 salmon ocean fishery closure is out now:
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