Christa M. Woodley
Christa M. Woodley
US Army Engineer Research and Development Center
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Effects of global climate change on marine and estuarine fishes and fisheries
JM Roessig, CM Woodley, JJ Cech, LJ Hansen
Reviews in fish biology and fisheries 14 (2), 251-275, 2004
5922004
Stress-associated impacts of short-term holding on fishes
DE Portz, CM Woodley, JJ Cech
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 16 (2), 125-170, 2006
3032006
A preliminary evaluation of the status of shark species
JI Castro, CM Woodley, RL Brudek
FAO Fisheries Technical Paper 380, 72, 1999
2761999
Advancing the surgical implantation of electronic tags in fish: a gap analysis and research agenda based on a review of trends in intracoelomic tagging effects studies
SJ Cooke, CM Woodley, MB Eppard, RS Brown, JL Nielsen
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 21 (1), 127-151, 2011
1662011
A review of tricaine methanesulfonate for anesthesia of fish
KM Carter, CM Woodley, RS Brown
Reviews in fish biology and fisheries 21 (1), 51-59, 2011
1412011
Threshold for onset of injury in Chinook salmon from exposure to impulsive pile driving sounds
MB Halvorsen, BM Casper, CM Woodley, TJ Carlson, AN Popper
PLoS One 7 (6), e38968, 2012
902012
Climate change, coral reef ecosystems, and management options for marine protected areas
BD Keller, DF Gleason, E McLeod, CM Woodley, S Airamé, BD Causey, ...
Environmental management 44 (6), 1069-1088, 2009
902009
The occurrence of non-indigenous Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus (linnaeus) in coastal Mississippi, USA: Ties to aquaculture and thermal effluent
MS Peterson, WT Slack, CM Woodley
Wetlands 25 (1), 112-121, 2005
832005
Measuring responses to simulated predation threat using behavioral and physiological metrics: The role of aquatic vegetation
CM Woodley, MS Peterson
Oecologia 136 (1), 155-160, 2003
792003
A review of the potential effects of suspended sediment on fishes: potential dredging-related physiological, behavioral, and transgenerational implications
ME Kjelland, CM Woodley, TM Swannack, DL Smith
Environment Systems and Decisions 35 (3), 334-350, 2015
722015
Predicting and mitigating hydroacoustic impacts on fish from pile installations.
MB Halvorsen, BM Casper, CM Woodley, TJ Carlson, AN Popper
NCRHP Research Results, Transportation Research Board 363, 25, 2011
39*2011
Predicting and mitigating hydroacoustic impacts on fish from pile installations. NCHRP Research Results Digest.
MB Halvorsen, BM Casper, CM Woodley, TJ Carlson, AN Popper
NCHRP Research Results Digest 363, 25, 2011
39*2011
Foraging in non-native environments: comparison of Nile Tilapia and three co-occurring native centrarchids in invaded coastal Mississippi watersheds
MS Peterson, WT Slack, GL Waggy, J Finley, CM Woodley, ML Partyka
Environmental Biology of Fishes 76 (2-4), 283-301, 2006
382006
An injectable acoustic transmitter for juvenile salmon
ZD Deng, TJ Carlson, H Li, J Xiao, MJ Myjak, J Lu, JJ Martinez, ...
Scientific reports 5, 8111, 2015
272015
Influence of incision location on transmitter loss, healing, survival, growth, and suture retention of juvenile Chinook salmon
JL Panther, RS Brown, GL Gaulke, KA Deters, CM Woodley, MB Eppard
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140 (6), 1492-1503, 2011
242011
Evidence‐based evaluation of the cumulative effects of ecosystem restoration
HL Diefenderfer, GE Johnson, RM Thom, KE Buenau, LA Weitkamp, ...
Ecosphere 7 (3), e01242, 2016
152016
Environmental acidification is not associated with altered plasma corticosterone levels in the stream-side salamander, Desmognathus ochrophaeus
SK Woodley, P Freeman, LF Ricciardella
General and comparative endocrinology 201, 8-15, 2014
142014
Design and implementation of an underwater sound recording device
JJ Martinez, JR Myers, TJ Carlson, ZD Deng, JS Rohrer, KA Caviggia, ...
Sensors 11 (9), 8519-8535, 2011
142011
A preliminary evaluation of the status of shark species (FAO Fisheries Technical Paper no. 380)
JI Castro, CM Woodley, RL Brudek
FAO, Rome. 72p, 1999
141999
Status and habitat characteristics of the saltmarsh topminnow, Fundulus jenkinsi (Evermann) in eastern Mississippi and western Alabama coastal bayous
MS Peterson, GL Fulling, CM Woodley
Gulf and Caribbean Research 15, 51-59, 2003
122003
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