Yu-Chun Kao
Yu-Chun Kao
USGS Great Lakes Science Center
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Inland fisheries–Invisible but integral to the UN Sustainable Development Agenda for ending poverty by 2030
AJ Lynch, IG Cowx, E Fluet-Chouinard, SM Glaser, SC Phang, TD Beard, ...
Global Environmental Change 47, 167-173, 2017
The relative impacts of nutrient loads and invasive species on a Great Lakes food web: An Ecopath with Ecosim analysis
YC Kao, S Adlerstein, E Rutherford
Journal of Great Lakes Research 40, 35-52, 2014
Climate change as a long-term stressor for the fisheries of the Laurentian Great Lakes of North America
PD Collingsworth, DB Bunnell, MW Murray, YC Kao, ZS Feiner, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 27 (2), 363-391, 2017
Assessment of Top-Down and Bottom-Up Controls on the Collapse of Alewives (Alosa pseudoharengus) in Lake Huron
YC Kao, SA Adlerstein, ES Rutherford
Ecosystems 19 (5), 803-831, 2016
Potential effects of climate change on the growth of fishes from different thermal guilds in Lakes Michigan and Huron
YC Kao, CP Madenjian, DB Bunnell, BM Lofgren, M Perroud
Journal of Great Lakes Research 41 (2), 423-435, 2015
Reevaluation of lake trout and lake whitefish bioenergetics models
CP Madenjian, SA Pothoven, YC Kao
Journal of Great Lakes Research 39 (2), 358-364, 2013
Temperature effects induced by climate change on the growth and consumption by salmonines in Lakes Michigan and Huron
YC Kao, CP Madenjian, DB Bunnell, BM Lofgren, M Perroud
Environmental Biology of Fishes 98 (4), 1089-1104, 2015
Grand challenges in the management and conservation of North American inland fishes and fisheries
AJ Lynch, SJ Cooke, TD Beard Jr, YC Kao, K Lorenzen, AM Song, ...
Fisheries 42 (2), 115-124, 2017
Evaluating Stocking Efficacy in an Ecosystem Undergoing Oligotrophication
YC Kao, MW Rogers, DB Bunnell
Ecosystems 21 (4), 600-618, 2018
Can water level management, stock enhancement, and fishery restriction offset negative effects of hydrological changes on the four major Chinese carps in China’s largest …
Y Wang, YC Kao, Y Zhou, H Zhang, X Yu, G Lei
Ecological Modelling 403, 1-10, 2019
Assessing the influence of watershed characteristics on chlorophyll a in waterbodies at global and regional scales
WM Woelmer, YC Kao, DB Bunnell, AM Deines, DH Bennion, MW Rogers, ...
Inland Waters 6 (3), 379-392, 2016
Effects of climate and land-use changes on fish catches across lakes at a global scale
YC Kao, MW Rogers, DB Bunnell, IG Cowx, SS Qian, O Anneville, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1-14, 2020
Assessing the global distribution of river fisheries harvest: a systematic map protocol
CL Romulo, Z Basher, AJ Lynch, YC Kao, WW Taylor
Environmental Evidence 6 (1), 29, 2017
Describing historical habitat use of a native fish—Cisco (Coregonus artedi)—in Lake Michigan between 1930 and 1932
YC Kao, DB Bunnell, RL Eshenroder, DN Murray
PLOS ONE 15 (4), e0231420, 2020
Modeling the Effects of Climate Change, Nutrients, and Invasive Species on Lake Huron Food Webs.
YC Kao
Potential Effects of Bigheaded Carps on Four Laurentian Great Lakes Food Webs
ES Rutherford, H Zhang, YC Kao, DM Mason, A Shakoor, ...
North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 2021
Morphology data for ciscoes (Coregonus, subgenus Leucichthys) collected in the Great Lakes Cisco Project
JB Pollens-Dempsey, YC Kao, W Stott, WW Woelmer, RL Eshenroder
https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/5f5a314182cefd9f20863b48, 2021
Reviewing uncertainty in bioenergetics and food web models to project invasion impacts: Four major Chinese carps in the Great Lakes
KF Robinson, PJ Alsip, AR Drake, YC Kao, MA Koops, DM Mason, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research, 2020
An Ecosystem Model for Population Controls and Ecological Effects of Bigheaded Carp in a Productive Southeastern Reservoir
M Rogers, W Wood, YC Kao
2020 Southern Division-American Fisheries Society meeting, 2020
1930-1932 Gill net data from Lake Michigan
YC Kao, DB Bunnell
https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/5e9f635482cefae35a128c38, 2020
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