Publications

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS 

Ramos, J., P.G. Lino, A. Himes-Cornell, M.N. Santos (Under review). Evaluating artificial reef ecosystem services: pre- and post-deployment perception of utility by local fishermen in Portugal.  Submitted to PeerJ.

Santos, A., K. Sparks, S. Kasperski and A. Himes-Cornell (Under review). Groundtruthing social vulnerability indices of Alaska fishing communities. Submitted to Coastal Management

Santos, A. and A. Himes-Cornell. (Under review). Dealing with uncertainty: Leveraging social networks of Alaskan fishing communities. Submitted to Coastal Management.

Clay, P., J. Howard, R. Griffis, lead authors; S, Busch, A. Himes-Cornell, L. Colburn, S. Rumrill, V. Termini, and S, Zador (Under review). Understanding and coping with climate change at the land-sea interface. Submitted to Climatic Change.

Himes-Cornell, A., C. Ormond, K. Hoelting, N. Ban, J.Z. Koehn, E. Allison, E.C. Larson, D.H. Monson, H. Huntington and T. Okey (2018). Factors affecting disaster preparedness, response and recovery in the context of the Community Capitals Framework. Accepted at Coastal Management.  Himes-Cornell, A., L. Pendleton, and P. Atiyah (2018). Valuing Ecosystem Services from Blue Forests: A systematic review of the valuation of salt marshes, sea grass beds and mangrove forestsEcosystem Services, 30 (Part A):36–48. 

Symkowiak, M. and A. Himes-Cornell. (2018). Factors affecting the performance of the Western Alaska Community Development Quota Program: Lessons for utilizing fisheries for economic development in the Arctic. Ocean and Coastal Management, 155:40-49 

Outeiro, L., Ojea, E., Garcia Rodrigues, J., Himes-Cornell, A., Belgrano, A., Liu, Y., Cabecinha, E., Pita, C., Macho, G., and Villasante, S. (2017). The role of non-natural capital in the co-production of marine ecosystem servicesInternational Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management, 13(3): 35-50. 

Zador, S., S. Gaichas, S. Kasperski, C. Ward, R. Blake, N. Ban, A. Himes-Cornell and Z. Koehn (2017). Linking ecosystem processes to communities of practice through commercially fished species in the Gulf of Alaska. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 74(7), 2024-2033. 

Ramos, J., M. Caetano, A. Himes-Cornell, and N. Neves dos Santos (2017). Stakeholders’ conceptualization of offshore aquaculture and small-scale fisheries interactions using a Bayesian approachOcean and Coastal Management 138: 70-82. 

Szymkowiak, M. and A. Himes-Cornell (2017). Do active participation measures help fishermen retain fishing privileges? Coastal Management 45(1):1-17. 

Busch, S., R. Griffis, J. Link, K. Abrams, J. Baker, R. Brainard, M. Ford, J. Hare, A. Himes-Cornell, A. Hollowed, K. Osgood, N. Mantua, S. McClatchie, M. McClure, M. Nelson, M. Rust, Vincent Saba, M. Sigler, S. Sykora-Bodie, C. Toole, E. Thunberg, and R. Waples (2016). Climate science strategy for the US National Marine Fisheries ServiceMarine Policy 74:68-67. 

Kent, K. and A. Himes-Cornell (2016). Making landfall: The importance of support services in understanding the community context of backward linkages in fisheriesCoastal Management 44(4):279-294. 

Himes-Cornell, A., C. Maguire, S. Kasperski, K. Hoelting and R. Pollnac (2106). Using grounded theory to extract themes of resiliency in fisheries dependent communities in AlaskaOcean and Coastal Management 142:53-65.

Himes-Cornell, A. and S. Kasperski (2016). Using indicators to aid in the assessment of vulnerability and resiliency in Alaskan fishing communities. Coastal Management 44(1): 36-70. [See press release here]

Szymkowiak, M. and A. Himes-Cornell. (2015). Towards Individual-Owned and Owner-Operated Fleets in the Alaskan Halibut and Sablefish IFQ Program. Maritime Studies 14(1):1-19

Himes-Cornell A. and K. Hoelting (2015). Resilience strategies in the face of short and long term change: Outmigration and fisheries regulation in Alaska fishing communities. Ecology and Society 20(2): 9.

Lew, D., A. Himes-Cornell and J. Lee (2015). Weighting and imputation for missing data in fisheries economics and social surveys. Marine Resource Economics 30(2).

Himes-Cornell, A. and S. Kasperski (2015). Assessing climate change vulnerability in Alaska's fishing communities. Fisheries Research 162:1-11.

Package-Ward, C. and A. Himes-Cornell (2014). Utilizing oral histories to understand the social networks of Oregon fishermen in Alaska. Human Organization 73(3): 277-288.

Himes-Cornell, A. and M. Orbach. (2013). Impacts of Climate Change on Human Uses of the Ocean.  In:  Oceans and Marine Resources in a Changing Climate:  Technical Input to the 2013 National Climate Assessment, Griffis and Howard (eds.), Oceans and Marine Biology Annual Review, v. 51, pp. 111-131. 

Himes, A.H. (2007). Performance Indicator Importance in MPA Management Using a Multi-Criteria Approach. Coastal Management, v35(5): pp. 601-618.

Himes, A.H. (2007). Fisher opinions of MPA performance: Management perceptions in the Egadi Islands Marine Reserve. MAST, v5(2): 55-76.

Himes, A.H. (2007). Performance indicator importance in MPA management: Using questionnaires to analyze stakeholder preferences. Ocean and Coastal Management, vol. 50(5-6): 329-351.

Himes, Amber H. (2003). Small-Scale Sicilian Fisheries: Opinions of Artisanal Fishers and Sociocultural Effects in Two MPA Case Studies. Coastal Management 31(4): 389-408.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS 

Himes-Cornell, A. and M. Orbach. (2013).  Impacts of Climate Change on Human Uses of the Ocean.  In:  Oceans and Marine Resources in a Changing Climate:  Technical Input to the 2013 National Climate Assessment, R. Griffis and J. Howard (eds.). Washington, D.C.: Island Press, pp. 64-118. 

 

TECHNICAL REPORTS

Colburn, L.L., M. Jepson, A. Himes-Cornell, S. Kasperski, K. Norman, C. Weng and P.M. Clay. 2017. Community Participation in U.S. Catch Share Programs. U.S. Dept. of Commer., NOAA. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-F/SPO-179, 136 p.

Himes-Cornell, A. and A. Santos. (2017). Involving Fishing Communities in Data Collection: A Summary and Description of the Alaska Community Survey, 2013. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC-340, 195 p.

Herr, D., A. Himes-Cornell, and D. Laffoley. (2016). National Blue Carbon Policy Assessment Framework - Towards effective management of coastal carbon ecosystems. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN.

Kasperski, S., Z. Koehn and A. Himes-Cornell (2016). Appendix B: Community Fisheries Engagement Indices throughout the BSAI Crab Rationalization Program. In: North Pacific Fishery Management Council, 2016. Ten-Year Program Review for the Crab Rationalization Management Program in the Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands. Anchorage, AK.

Sigler, M., A. Haynie, A. Himes-Cornell, A. Hollowed, K. Holsman, P. Mundy, P. Stabeno, S. Zador, S. Davis, B. Gerke (2016). Draft Regional Action Plan for Southeastern Bering Sea Climate Science. NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center. Seattle, WA.

Link, J., R. Griffis, S. Busch, K. Abrams, J. Baker, R. Brainard, M. Ford, J. Hare, A. Himes-Cornell, A. Hollowed, K. Osgood, N. Mantua, S. McClatchie, M. McClure, M. Nelson, M. Rust, V. Saba, M. Sigler, C. Toole, E. Thunberg, R. Waples, and S. Sykora-Bodie (2015). National Marine Fisheries Service's Climate Science Strategy. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-F/SPO-155. 

Himes-Cornell, A., S. Kasperski, K. Kent, C. Maguire, M. Downs, and S. Weidlich (2015). Social Baseline of the Gulf of Alaska Groundfish Trawl Fishery: Results of the 2014 Social Survey. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Technical Memorandum NOAA-TM-AFSC-306.

Lew, D., G. Sampson, A. Himes-Cornell, and J. Lee (2015).  Costs, Earnings, and Employment in the Alaska Saltwater Sport Fishing Charter Sector, 2011-2013. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC­2738, 132 p. 

Himes-Cornell, A. (2015). Industry Perceptions of Measures to Affect Access to Quota Shares, Active Participation, and Lease Rates in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands Crab Fisheries. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC­304. 

Himes-Cornell, A. and K. Kent (2014). Involving Fishing Communities in Data Collection: A Summary and Description of the Alaska Community Survey, 2011. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC­284, 171 p. 

Himes-Cornell, A. and K. Kent. (2014). Involving Fishing Communities in Data Collection: A Summary and Description of the Alaska Community Survey, 2010. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC­280, 170 p. 

Kasperski, S. and A. Himes-Cornell (2014). Indicators of Fishing Engagement and Reliance of Alaskan Fishing Communities. Alaska Fisheries Science Center Quarterly Report, January to March 2014. 

Fissel, B., M. Dalton, R. Felthoven, B. Garber-Yonts, A. Haynie, A. Himes-Cornell, S. Kasperski, J. Lee, D. Lew, L. Pfeiffer, and C. Seung (2014). Stock Assessment and Fishery Evaluation Report for the Groundfish Fisheries of the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea/Aleautian Islands Area: Economic Status of the Groundfish Fisheries off Alaska, 2012. Technical Report, NOAA Fisheries Alaska Fisheries Science Center. Accessible at: http://www.afsc.noaa.gov/refm/docs/2013/economic.pdf.

Himes-Cornell, A. (2013). "Community Participation in North Pacific Groundfish Fisheries." In Fissel, B., M. Dalton, R. Felthoven, B. Garber-Yonts, A. Haynie, A. Himes-Cornell, S. Kasperski, J. Lee, D. Lew, L. Pfeiffer, and C. Seung (2013). Stock Assessment and Fishery Evaluation Report for the Groundfish Fisheries of the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands Area: Economic Status of the Groundfish Fisheries off Alaska, 2012. Technical Report, NOAA Fisheries Alaska Fisheries Science Center. 

Himes-Cornell, A., Hoelting, K., Maguire, C., Munger-Little, L., Lee, J., Fisk, J., Felthoven, R., Geller, C., Little, P. (2013). Community profiles for North Pacific Fisheries - Alaska.  U. S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. National Marine Fisheries Service-AFSC-259, Volumes 1-12. 

Himes-Cornell, A. M. Orbach, S. Allen, G. Auad, M. Boatman, P. Clay, M. Dalton, S. Herrick, D. Kotowicz, P. Little, C. Lopez, P. Loring, P. Niemeier, K. Norman, L. Pfeiffer, M. Plummer, M. Rust, M. Singer, and C. Speirs (2013). Impacts of Climate Change on Human Uses of the Ocean and Ocean Services. Section 4 In Oceans and Marine Resources in a Changing Climate: Technical Input to the 2013 National Climate Assessment. U.S. Global Change Research Program: Washington D.C. pp 73-137. 

Ocean and Coastal Indicator Technical Team (R. Griffis, L. Mcgilvray, D. Cahoon, T. Clay, E. Curchitser, K. Curtis, J. Devivo, B. Duncan, S. Gill, J. Grear, B. Halpern, J. Hare, A. Himes-Cornell, J. Howard, R. Johnston, M. Kenney, D. Legler, E. Lindstrom, T. O’Brien, S. Rumrill, E. Thunberg, T. Webler, J. West, R. Wood, S. Zador, S. Busch, and E. Fly) (2013). Research priorities to advance the oceans and coasts climate indicators system. Report to the National Climate Assessment Indicator System Working Group. Project information available at: http://www.globalchange.gov/what-we-do/assessment/indicators-system.

Ocean and Coastal Indicator Technical Team (R. Griffis, L. Mcgilvray, D. Cahoon, T. Clay, E. Curchitser, K. Curtis, J. Devivo, B. Duncan, S. Gill, J. Grear, B. Halpern, J. Hare, A. Himes-Cornell, J. Howard, R. Johnston, M. Kenney, D. Legler, E. Lindstrom, T. O'Brien, S. Rumrill, E. Thunberg, T. Webler, J. West, R. Wood, S. Zador, S. Busch, and E. Fly) (2013). Findings and Recommendations on Oceans and Coastal Indicators. Submitted June 3, 2013 to the Indicator Work Group of the National Climate Assessment Development and Advisory Committee. Project information available at: http://www.globalchange.gov/what-we-do/assessment/indicators-system.

Himes-Cornell, A. (2013). "Distribution and Abundance Trends in the Human Population of the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands" and ‚ÄúDistribution and Abundance Trends in the Human Population of the Gulf of Alaska." In Zador, S. (ed.), 2013. Ecosystem Considerations 2013, Stock Assessment and Fishery Evaluation Report, North Pacific Fisheries Management Council, 605 W 4th Ave, Suite 306, Anchorage, AK 99501.

C. Carothers, K. Criddle, C.P. Chambers, P.J. Cullenberg, J. Fall, A. Himes-Cornell, J.P. Johnsen, N. Kimball, C. Menzies, and E.S. Springer (eds.). 2012. Fishing People of the North: Cultures, Economies, and Management Responding to Change.  Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Babij, E., P. Niemeier, B. Hayum., A. Himes-Cornell, A. Hollowed, P. Little, M. Orbach, and E. Pidgeon (2012). International Implications of Climate Change. Section 5In Oceans and Marine Resources in a Changing Climate: Technical Input to the 2013 National Climate Assessment. U.S. Global Change Research Program: Washington D.C. pp 138-162. 

Fissel, B., M. Dalton, R. Felthoven, B. Garber-Yonts, A. Haynie, A. Himes-Cornell, S. Kasperski, J. Lee, D. Lew, L. Pfeiffer, J. Sepez and C. Seung (2012). Stock Assessment and Fishery Evaluation Report for the Groundfish Fisheries of the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea/Aleautian Islands Area: Economic Status of the Groundfish Fisheries off Alaska, 2011. Technical Report, NOAA Fisheries Alaska Fisheries Science Center. 

Himes-Cornell, A., C. Package, and A. Durland (2011). Improving community profiles for the North Pacific fisheries. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC-230, 85 p. 

Lew, D.K. and A. Himes-Cornell (2011). A guide to designing, testing, and implementing Alaska Fisheries Science Center economic and social surveys. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC-228, 43 p. 

Hiatt, T., M. Dalton, R. Felthoven, B. Fissel, B. Garber-Yonts, A. Haynie, A. Himes-Cornell, S. Kasperski, J. Lee, D. Lew, L. Pfeiffer, and C. Seung (2011). Stock Assessment and Fishery Evaluation Report for the Groundfish Fisheries of the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea/Aleautian Islands Area: Economic Status of the Groundfish Fisheries off Alaska, 2010. Technical Report, NOAA Fisheries Alaska Fisheries Science Center. 

Himes-Cornell, A. (2011). "Distribution and Abundance Trends in the Human Population of the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands" and ‚ÄúDistribution and Abundance Trends in the Human Population of the Gulf of Alaska." In Zador, S. (ed.), 2012. Ecosystem Considerations 2013, Stock Assessment and Fishery Evaluation Report, North Pacific Fisheries Management Council, 605 W 4th Ave, Suite 306, Anchorage, AK 99501

Failler, P., G. Van de Walle, N. Lecrivain, A. Himes and R. Lewins (2007). Future prospects for fish and fishery products: Fish consumption in the European Union in 2015 and 2030. FAO Fisheries Circular No. 972/4. Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization. Accessible at: http://www.fao.org/3/a-ah947e.pdf.

Johnson, L., J. Gonzalez, C. Alvarez, M. Takada, A. Himes, S. Showalter, and J. Savarese (2006). Managing hull-borne invasive species and coastal water quality for California and Baja California boats kept in saltwater. California Sea Grant College Program Report Number T-061. San Diego, CA: Sea Grant Extension Program, UC Cooperative Extension.

Johnson, L.T., J.A. Gonzalez and A.H. Himes (2006). Managing Hull-Borne Invasive Species on Californias Coastal Boats. UCSGEP-SD Fact Sheet 06-1 March 2006. San Diego, CA: Sea Grant Extension Program, UC Cooperative Extension.

Himes, A.H. (2005). Performance Indicators of Marine Protected Area Management: A Case Study on Stakeholder Perspectives in the Egadi Islands Marine Reserve (Sicily, Italy). Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Portsmouth. Portsmouth, U.K.

Himes, A., I.P. Smith, A.C. Jensen, C. Pipitone, F. Badalamenti, G. D’Anna, and M. Kienzel (2003). Synthesis of current knowledge: Marine exclusion zones (MPAs) in Europe and evidence of value. In: Pickering, H. (Ed.) (2003). The Value of Exclusion Zones as a Fisheries Management Tool: A Strategic Evaluation and the Development of an Analytical Framework for Europe. CEMARE Report, University of Portsmouth, UK.

Himes, Amber H. (2002). Small-scale Sicilian artisanal fisheries: Opinions of artisanal fishermen and socio-cultural effects of marine protected areas. Masters thesis, Duke University.

 

MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION 

Herr, D., A. Himes-Cornell, L. Pendleton (In prep). Social benefits of blue carbon projects. 

Himes-Cornell, A., S. Heydler and L. Pendleton (In prep). State of the art in mangrove ecosystem service valuation. 

Anderson, C., A. Himes-Cornell, and K. Longo (In prep). Measuring the social and economic effects of MSC certification: A pilot. 

Himes-Cornell, A., S. Stohs, and G. Le Fol (In prep). Potential Fisheries Impacts of Increased Protected Species and Swordfish Distribution Overlap due to Climate Change. Himes-Cornell, A., S. Villasante, P. Pita, G. Macho, S. Kasperski, and L. Colburn (In prep). Fishing community vulnerability in Galicia, Spain. 

Himes-Cornell, A., L. Pendleton, A. Riviere, and E. Drakou (In prep). Can marine wildlife viewing be a part of sustainable blue growth? 

Herr, D., A. Himes-Cornell, L. Pendleton (In prep). Factors influencing marketability of coastal ecosystem-based carbon offsets in the global market place: A conceptual model. Herr, D., A. Himes-Cornell, L. Pendleton (In prep). National Blue Carbon Policy Assessment Framework: Towards effective management of coastal carbon ecosystems. 

Ruzicka, J., S. Zador, S. Kasperski and A. Himes-Cornell. (In prep). Comparing the roles of Pacific halibut and arrowtooth flounder within the Gulf of Alaska ecosystem - how changes in ecosystem structure affect local Alaskan communities. To be submitted to Fisheries Oceanography.  

Ruzicka, J., S. Siedelecki, T. Okey, A. Himes-Cornell, T. Klinger, T. Dean, T. Wootton, and S. Kasperski, (in prep). Large-scale environmental variability and changes in coastal Gulf of Alaska food web structure. To be submitted to Journal of Marine Systems. 

Villasante, S., S. Jentoft, O. Guyader, C. Pita, K. Frangoudes, B. Garcia, J. Rodrigues, G. Macho, A. Moreno, G. Pierce, M. Santos, E. Ulloa, R. Chuenpadgee, A. Himes-Cornell, M. Laurans, R. Mongruel, J. Pascual-Fernandez, P. Scemama, T. van Holt, M. Coll, and O. Thébaud (In prep). A new conceptual framework to investigate social transformations in socio-ecological ecosystems. 

Van Holt, T. and A. Himes-Cornell (In prep). Fostering food security amid the global seafood crisis. 

Himes-Cornell, A., J. Sepez, M. Legendre-Fixx and B. Garber-Yonts. (In prep). Chutes and Ladders: Challenges to Fishing Career Entry and Development Under Catch Shares Management - A Case Study of Bering Sea and Aleutian Island Crab Fisheries.