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Peer Reviewed Publications

  • Mather, M. E, J. T. Finn, K. H. Ferry, L. A. Deegan, G. A. Nelson.. 2009. Use of non-natal estuaries by migratory striped bass (Morone saxatilis) in summer. Fishery Bulletin 107(3): 329-337
  • Pautzke, S. M., M. E. Mather, J. T. Finn, L. A. Deegan, R. M. Muth. 2010. Seasonal use of a New England estuary by foraging contingents of migratory striped bass. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139: 257–269
  • Mather, M. E, J. T. Finn, S. M. Pautzke, D. Fox, T. Savoy, H. M. Brundage III, L. A. Deegan, R. M. Muth. 2010. Destinations, routes, and timing of adult striped bass on their southward fall migration: implications for coastal movements. Journal of Fish Biology 77: 2326–2337.
  • Ferry, K. H., and M. E. Mather. 2012. Spatial and temporal diet patterns of young adult and subadult striped bass feeding in Massachusetts estuaries: trends across scales. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 4:30–45
  • Mather, M. E., J. T. Finn, C. G. Kennedy, L. A. Deegan, and J. M. Smith. What happens in an estuary does not stay there: patterns of biotic teleconnectivity resulting from long term ecological research. Oceanography 26(3):168–179
  • Adam E. Rosenblatt1,*, Michael R. Heithaus2, Martha E. Mather3, Philip Matich1, James C. Nifong4, William J. Ripple5, Brian R. Silliman6. 2013. Coastal top predators and long-term ecological research. Oceanography 26(3):156–167




  • Kennedy, C. G., M. E. Mather, J. M. Smith, J. T. Finn, L. A. Deegan. 2015. Discontinuities concentrate mobile predators: Quantifying organism-environment interactions at a seascape scale. Ecosphere 7(2):e01226. 10.1002/ecs2.1226. Abstract | 
  • Kennedy, C. G., M. E, Mather, and J. M. Smith. 2017. Quantifying integrated, spatially-explicit, ecologically-relevant, physical heterogeneity within an estuarine seascape. Estuaries and Coasts, 40(5): 1385-1397; https://doi.org/10.1007/s12237-016-0207-9; https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12237-016-0207-9 Abstract | 
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 98

Masters Students: 230

Phd Students: 144

Post Docs: 54

University Staff: 248

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 647

Scientific Publications: 1894

Presentations: 4159

Cooperative Research Units Program Headquarters Cooperators

  1. U.S. Geological Survey