Michael Ford
Michael Ford
Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NMFS, NOAA
Verified email at noaa.gov
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Viable salmonid populations and the recovery of evolutionarily significant units
P McElhany, MH Rucklelshaus, MJ Ford, TC Wainwright, EP Bjorkstedt
Fitness of hatchery‐reared salmonids in the wild
H Araki, BA Berejikian, MJ Ford, MS Blouin
Evolutionary Applications 1 (2), 342-355, 2008
Selection in captivity during supportive breeding may reduce fitness in the wild
MJ Ford
Conservation Biology 16 (3), 815-825, 2002
Applications of selective neutrality tests to molecular ecology
MJ Ford
Molecular Ecology 11 (8), 1245-1262, 2002
Species and stock identification of prey consumed by endangered southern resident killer whales in their summer range
MB Hanson, RW Baird, JKB Ford, J Hempelmann-Halos, DM Van Doornik, ...
Endangered Species Research 11 (1), 69-82, 2010
Status review update for Pacific salmon and steelhead listed under the Endangered Species Act: Pacific Northwest
MJ Ford, A Albaugh, K Barnas, TD Cooney, J Cowen, JJ Hard, RG Kope, ...
On the reproductive success of early‐generation hatchery fish in the wild
MR Christie, MJ Ford, MS Blouin
Evolutionary applications 7 (8), 883-896, 2014
Status review of southern resident killer whales (Orcinus orca) under the Endangered Species Act
MM Krahn, PR Wade, ST Kalinowski, ME Dahlheim, BL Taylor, ...
Distinguishing the impacts of inadequate prey and vessel traffic on an endangered killer whale (Orcinus orca) population
KL Ayres, RK Booth, JA Hempelmann, KL Koski, CK Emmons, RW Baird, ...
PLoS One 7 (6), e36842, 2012
Molecular evolution of transferrin: evidence for positive selection in salmonids
MJ Ford
Molecular biology and evolution 18 (4), 639-647, 2001
Factors influencing the relative fitness of hatchery and wild spring Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in the Wenatchee River, Washington, USA
KS Williamson, AR Murdoch, TN Pearsons, EJ Ward, MJ Ford
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67 (11), 1840-1851, 2010
Estimation of a Killer Whale (Orcinus orca) Population’s Diet Using Sequencing Analysis of DNA from Feces
MJ Ford, J Hempelmann, MB Hanson, KL Ayres, RW Baird, CK Emmons, ...
Plos one 11 (1), e0144956, 2016
Clock polymorphism in Pacific salmon: evidence for variable selection along a latitudinal gradient
KG O'Malley, MJ Ford, JJ Hard
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1701), 3703-3714, 2010
Inferred Paternity and Male Reproductive Success in a Killer Whale (Orcinus orca) Population
MJ Ford, MB Hanson, JA Hempelmann, KL Ayres, CK Emmons, ...
Journal of Heredity 102 (5), 537-553, 2011
Status review of the humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) under the Endangered Species Act
SOM Bettridge, CS Baker, J Barlow, P Clapham, MJ Ford, D Gouveia, ...
Planning Pacific salmon and steelhead reintroductions aimed at long-term viability and recovery
JH Anderson, GR Pess, RW Carmichael, MJ Ford, TD Cooney, ...
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34 (1), 72-93, 2014
Increasing hydrologic variability threatens depleted anadromous fish populations
EJ Ward, JH Anderson, TJ Beechie, GR Pess, MJ Ford
Global change biology 21 (7), 2500-2509, 2015
Review of relative fitness of hatchery and natural salmon
BA Berejikian, MJ Ford
Empirical results of salmon supplementation in the Northeast Pacific: a preliminary assessment
RS Waples, MJ Ford, D Schmitt
Ecological and genetic implications of aquaculture activities, 383-403, 2007
Changes in run timing and natural smolt production in a naturally spawning coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) population after 60 years of intensive hatchery supplementation
MJ Ford, H Fuss, B Boelts, E LaHood, J Hard, J Miller
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63 (10), 2343-2355, 2006
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