The following sources have been suggested
by the authors of each section, for readers who are interested in
learning more about the specific topics discussed in this report.
(Note: this is NOT a comprehensive bibliography about Sanctuary
resources.) A general reference for all Sanctuary resources is the
Site Characterization and its bibliography, on the Sanctuary's web
page, at http://montereybay.nos.noaa.gov/sitechar/
Doyle, William T. and
Pearse, John S. 1972. Intertidal transect studies
of northern Monterey Bay; four quarterly reports
submitted to the Association of Monterey Bay Area
Governments (on file at the Hopkins Marine Station
Pearse, John S. 1998.
Biodiversity of the rocky intertidal zone in the
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary: A 24-year
comparison. In: Report of Completed Projects
1994-1997, pp. 57-60. California Sea Grant College
System, La Jolla, California.
Hopkins Marine Station. 1970. Sewage pollution.
Final papers Biology 170h (unpublished manuscripts
on file at Hopkins Marine Station
Turner, Teresa. 1985.
Stability of rocky intertidal surfgrass beds:
Persistence, preemption, and recovery. Ecology
Wyllie-Echeverria, S. and
Phillips, R. C. 1994. Seagrasses of the North
Pacific. In: Seagrass Science and Policy in the
Pacific Northwest, S. Wyllie-Echeverria, A. M.
Olson, and M. J. Hershman, eds., 63pp. (EPA
Dayton, P. K., M. J.
Tegner, P. E. Parnell, and P. B. Edwards. 1992.
Temporal and spatial patterns of disturbance and
recovery in a kelp forest community. Ecological
Monographs 62(3): 421-445.
Foster, M. S. 1982. The
regulation of macroalgal associations in kelp
forests. Pages 185-203 in Synthetic and Degrative
Processes in Marine Macrophytes. Walter de Gruyter
Foster, M. S. and D. R.
Schiel. 1985. The ecology of giant kelp forests in
California: a community profile. U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Biological Report. 85. 152 pp.
Ocean and Deep Water Systems
A Natural History of the
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. The
Monterey Bay Aquarium and NOAA. 1997.
Chavez, F. P. and C. A.
Collins, eds., Studies of the California Current
System Part 1. Deep-Sea Research Part II. Topical
Studies in Oceanography. Volume 45, NO. 8-9. (1998)
Robison, B. and J. Connor.
The Deep Sea. The Monterey Bay Aquarium.
Caffrey, J.M., S. Shaw, M.
Silberstein, A. De Vogelaere and M. White. 1997.
Water Quality Monitoring in Elkhorn Slough: a
summary of results 1988-1997. (1998 data in
preparation.) Elkhorn Slough Foundation and Elkhorn
Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve
Parkin, J.L. 1998. Ecology
of breeding Caspian Terns, Stena caspia, in Elkhorn
Slough, California. M.S. Thesis. San Jose State
University, San Jose, California.
Reis, D. 1999.
Distribution and habitat study of California
Red-legged Frogs (Rana aurora draytonii) and
Pacific Tree Frogs (Hyla regilla) at Elkhorn Slough
National Estuarine Research Reserve. ESNERR
and Threatened Species
Jarman, W.M., C.E. Bacon,
J.A. Estes, M. Simon and R.J. Norstrom. 1996.
Organochlorine contaminants in sea otters: The sea
otter as a bio-indicator. Endangered Species UPDATE
Riedman, M.L. and J.A.
Estes. 1990. The sea otter (Enhydra lutris):
Behavior, Ecology and Natural History. U.S. Dept.
of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildl. Service,
Biological Report 90(14).
Thomas, N.J., and R.A.
Cole. 1996. The risk of disease and threats to the
wild population. Endangered Species UPDATE 13(12):
Ainley, D.G., W.J.
Sydeman, and J. Norton. Upper trophic level
predators indicate interannual positive and
negative anomalies in the California Current food
web. Marine Ecology Progress Series
El Niño in the
North Pacific, by William J. Sydeman. Point Reyes
Bird Observatory Observer 112, Winter
Where Sea Meets the Sky,
by Sharon Levy. New Scientist 3 October
Mammal and Bird Surveys
Ainley, D.G., R.E. Jones,
G.W. Page, D.J. Long, L.T. Jones, L.E. Stenzel,
R.L. LeValley, and L.B. Spear. 1994. Beached marine
birds and mammals of the North American West Coast:
A revised guide to their census and identification,
with supplemental keys to beached sea turtles,
sharks and rays. NOAA/GFNMS. 236 pp.
Bodkin, J.L. and R.J.
Jameson. 1991. Patterns of seabird and marine
mammal deposition along the Central California
coast, 1980-1986. Can. J. Zool. 69:
Stenzel, L.E., G.W. Page,
H.R. Carter, and D.G. Ainley. 1988. Seabird
mortality as witnessed through 14 years of beached
bird censuses. Point Reyes Bird Observatory report
for the Gulf of the Farallones Marine Sanctuary.
Bird and Marine Mammal
Ainley, D.G. and R.J.
Boekelheide. 1990. Seabirds of the Farallon
Islands: ecology, dynamics and structure of an
upwelling-system community. Stanford Univ. Press,
Stanford, CA 450 pp.
Briggs, K.T. and E.W. Chu.
1986. Sooty Shearwaters off California:
distribution, abundance, and habitat use. Condor
Croll, D. A. 1989.
Physical and biological determinants of the
distribution, abundance, and diet of the Common
Murre in Monterey Bay, California. Studies in Avian
Harvey, J.T. and S.R.
Benson. 1997. Marine bird and mammal distribution
and abundance in Monterey Bay, during 1996. Final
report to the Monterey Bay National Marine
Sanctuary. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
Technical Publication 97-02.
Schoenherr, J. R. 1991.
Blue whales feeding on high concentrations of
euphausiids around Monterey Bay submarine canyon.
Can. J. Zoo. 69:583-594.
Foster, Michael and
Michael Donnellan, in prep, Giant kelp surface
canopy dynamics and small-scale kelp harvesting in
the Ed Ricketts Underwater Park region, Moss
Landing Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing, CA.
Karpov, K.A., D.P. Albin,
and W.H. Van Buskirk. 1995. The marine recreational
fishery in northern and central California, a
historical comparison (1958-86), status of stocks
(1980-86), and effects of changes in the California
Leet, W.S., Dewees, C.M.,
and C. W. Haugen. 1992. California's living marine
resources. University of California Sea Grant,
Davis, CA. 257 pp.
Love, R.M. 1991. Probably
more than you ever wanted to know about the fishes
of the Pacific coast. Really Big Press, Santa
Barbara, CA. 215 pp.
Pacific Fishery Management
Council. 1998. Pacific Fishery Management Council
Newsletters. Pacific Fishery Management Council,
Portland, OR. Web site: www.pcouncil.org
Pacific States Marine
Fisheries Commission. 1997. Commercial and
recreational fisheries statistics published on
Internet. Pacific States Marine Fisheries
Commission, Portland, OR 97201. Web site:
Starr, R.M., K.A. Johnson,
N. Laman, and G.M. Cailliet. 1998. Fishery
Resources of the Monterey Bay National Marine
Sanctuary. California Sea Grant College System
Publication No. T-042, 101 pp.
VenTresca, D.A., J.L.
Houk, M.J. Paddack, M.L. Gingras, N.L. Crane, and
S.D. Short. 1996. Early life-history studies of
nearshore rockfishes and lingcod off central
California, 1987-92. California Department of Fish
& Game, Marine Resources Division
Administrative Report 96-4. 77 pp.
Yoklavich, M. (ed.). 1998.
Marine harvest refugia for West Coast rockfish: a
workshop. NOAA, NMFS Tech. Memo.
NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-255. 159 pp.