Publications

Digital copies of all the following published papers can be found at:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Dan_Gwinn/?ev=hdr_xprf

MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION

  1. Gwinn, D.C., Todd, C.R., Brown, P., Hunt, T.L., Butler, G., Kitchingman, A., Koehn, J.D., and Ingrim, B (in prep) Monitoring a threatened fish species under budgetary constraints: the potential to leverage existing sampling programs.
  2. Gwinn, D.C., Bacheler, N.M., and Shertzer, K. (in prep) Integrating video data into traditional fisheries indices using a hierarchical formulation of a state-space model.
  3. Sillago, T., Clunie, P., Butler, G., Koehn, J.D., Gwinn, D., and Todd, C. (in prep) Can citizen science by recreational fishers help fisheries management?

MANUSCRIPTS IN SUBMISSION

  1. Soto, J., Mccleery, R.A., Monadjem, A., and Gwinn, D.C. (in revision) A hierarchical multi-species model reveals the importance of grass cover for mammalian diversity and habitat associations in a shrub encroached savanna. Biological Conservation.
  2. Whiterod, N., Zukowski, S., Asmus, M., Todd, C. and Gwinn, D.C. (in revision) Take the long way home: minimal recovery in a K-selected freshwater crayfish impacted by significant population loss. Ecological Indicators.
  3. Moxham, C., Kenny, S.A., Beesley, L.S., and Gwinn, D.C. (submitted) Large-scale environmental flow results in mixed outcomes with short-term benefits for a semi-arid floodplain plant community. Freshwater Biology.
  4. Moxham, C., Kenny, S., and Gwinn, D.C. (submitted) Point sampling versus visual quadrates: optimal monitoring for semi-arid plant communities. Australian Journal of Botany.
  5. Gwinn, D.C. and Ingram, B. (submitted) Optimizing fishery characteristics through control of an invasive species: strategies for redfin perch control in Lake Purrumbete, Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research.

 PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS 

  1. Gwinn, D.C., Middleton, J., Beesley, L.S., Close, P., Quinton, B., Storer, T., and Davies, P.M. (in press). Hierarchical multi-taxa models inform riparian vs. hydrologic restoration of urban streams in a permeable landscape. Ecological ApplicationsDOI:10.1002/eap.1654
  2. Gwinn, D.C., L.S. Beesley, P. Close, B. Gawne and P.M. Davies (2016). Imperfect detection and the determination of environmental flows for fish: challenges, implications and solutions. Freshwater Biology, doi:10.1111/fwb.12684
  3. King, A.J., D.C. Gwinn, Z. Tonkin, J. Mahoney, and L. Beesley (2016). Using abiotic drivers of fish spawning to inform environmental flow management. Journal of Applied Ecology, DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12542
  4. Gwinn, D.C., M.S. Allen, K. Bonvechio, M. Hoyer., and L.S. Beesley (2015). Evaluating estimators of species richness: the importance of considering statistical error rates. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, DOI: 10.1111/2041-210X.12462
  5. Thompson, B.C., D.C. Gwinn, and M.S. Allen. 2015. Evacuation times of radio transmitters consumed by largemouth bass. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 35, 621-625.
  6. Bunch, A., M.S. Allen, and D.C. Gwinn. 2015. Influence of macrophyte induced hypoxia on fish communities in lakes with altered hydrology. Lake and Reservoir Management, 31, 11-19
  7. Gwinn, D.C., M.S. Allen, F.D. Johnston, P. Brown, C. Todd, and R. Arlinghaus. 2015. Rethinking length-based fisheries regulations: the value of protecting older and larger fish with harvest slots. Fish and Fisheries. 16, 259-281. badgeforauthors
  8. Beesley, L.S., Gwinn, D.C. , Price, A., King, A.J., Gawne, B., Koehn, D., and D. Nielsen. 2014. Juvenile fish response to wetland inundation: how antecedent conditions can inform environmental flow policies for native fish. Journal of Applied Ecology,  DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12342
  9. Coggins, L.G., Bacheler, N.M., and D.C. Gwinn. 2014. Occupancy models for monitoring marine fish: a Bayesian hierarchical approach to modeling incomplete detection with a novel gear combination. PLoS ONE 9: e108302. doi:10.1371 /journal.pone.0108302 (blog post)
  10. Coggins, L., D.C. Gwinn and M.S. Allen. 2013. Evaluation of age-length key sample sizes required to estimate fish total mortality and growth. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142: 832-840.
  11. Allen, M.S., M.W. Rogers, M.J. Catalano, D.C. Gwinn, and S.J. Walsh. 2013. Assessing the potential for the angling of nesting males to influence largemouth bass recruitment should consider the quality of nesting individuals: response to comment. Transaction of the American Fisheries Society 142: 419-421.
  12. Hangsleben, M.A., Allen, M.S., and D.C. Gwinn. 2013. Evaluation of electrofishing catch per unit effort for indexing fish abundance in Florida lakes. Transaction of the American Fisheries Society 142: 247-256.
  13. Allen, M. S., and Gwinn, D. C.  2013.  Population models for assessment of reservoir striped bass fisheries.  In. Biology and Management of Inland Striped Bass and Hybrid Striped Bass. Striped Bass Symposium 80, American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  14. Camp, E., Gwinn, D. C., Pine, W., and T. Frazer. 2012. Changes in submersed aquatic vegetation affect predation risks of common prey fish Lucania parva (Cyprinodontiformes: Fundulidae) in a spring-fed coastal river. Journal of Fisheries Management and Ecology 19: 245-251.
  15. Hunt, T.L., Douglas, J.W., Allen, M.S., Tonkin, Z., Lyon, J., Pickworth, A., and D.C. Gwinn.  2011.  Evaluation of population decline and fishing sustainability of the endangered Australian freshwater fish Macquaria australasica.  Fisheries Management and Ecology 18: 513-520.
  16. Allen, M. S., Rogers, M. W., Catalano, M. J., Gwinn, D. C., and S. Walsh. 2011.  Evaluating the potential for stock size to limit recruitment in largemouth bass.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140: 1093-1100.
  17. Gwinn, D. C., Brown, P., Tetzlaff, J., and M.S. Allen. 2011.  Evaluating mark-recapture sampling designs for fish in an open riverine system. Marine and Freshwater Research. 62: 835-840.
  18. Camp, E., Gwinn, D. C., Lauretta, M., Pine, W., and T. Frazer.  2011.  Use of recovery probabilities can improve sampling efficiency for throw traps in vegetated habitats.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 140: 164-169.
  19. Bonvechio, T. F., Allen, M. S., Gwinn, D. C., and J.S. Mitchell.  2011.  Impacts of electrofishing removals on the introduced flathead catfish population in the Satilla River, Georgia. American Fisheries Society Symposium. 77: 397-407. 
  20. Gwinn, D. C., Allen, M. S., and M.W. Rogers.  2010.  Evaluation of procedures to reduce bias in fish growth parameter estimates resulting from size-selective sampling.  Fisheries Research. 105: 75-79.
  21. Bunch, A. J., Allen, M. S., and D.C. Gwinn.  2010.  Spatial and temporal hypoxia in dense emergent macrophytes in a Florida lake.  Wetlands.  30: 429-435.
  22. Gwinn, D. C., and M.S. Allen.  2010.  Exploring population-level effects of fishery closures during spawning: An example using largemouth bass.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.  139: 626-634.
  23. Gresens, S. E., Belt, K. T., Tang, J. A., Gwinn, D. C., and P.A. Banks.  2006.  Temporal and spatial responses of Chironomidae (Diptera) and other benthic invertebrates to urban stormwater runoff.  Hydrobiologia.  575: 173-190.
  24. Snodgrass, J. W., Hopkins, W. A., Broughton, J., Gwinn, D.C., Baionno, J. A., and J. Burger.  2004.  Species-specific responses of developing anurans to coal combustion wastes.  Aquatic Toxicology.  66, 171-182.

 REPORTS

  1. Allen, M.S., J.E. Hill, Q.M. Tuckett, J.L. Ritch, Z. Slagle, and D.C. Gwinn. 2015. Multi-species of greatest conservation need: fish population, presence and location validation. Final Report: submitted to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. (project #: 13053)
  2. King, A.J., Z. Tonkin, J. Mahoney, D. Gwinn, and L. Beesley. 2014. Chapter: The importance of flow on spawning of riverine native fish in the Barmah-Millewa region, Murray River. In: Flow dependent ecological responses. R.T. Kingsford, R.J. Watts, J.D. Koehn, R. Thompson (eds). Pages 84-92, CSIRO, Canberra.
  3. Beesley, L., A. Price, A.J. King, J.D. Koehn, B. Gawne, D. Nielsen, and D. Gwinn. 2014. Chapter: Antecedent flow and fish abundance in floodplain wetlands of the mid-Murray river. In: Flow dependent ecological responses. R.T. Kingsford, R.J. Watts, J.D. Koehn, R. Thompson (eds). Pages 152-167, CSIRO, Canberra.
  4. Gwinn, D.C. and Beesley, L. 2013. Monitoring the fish assemblage of the Yarra River: How does our power to detect changes in abundance vary with sampling effort and variable detection? Unpublished report for Melbourne Water.
  5. Douglas, J., Brown, P., Allen, M., Gwinn, D., Hunt, T., and Fulton, W. 2011. Size at maturity – assessment of variation in Murray cod length at maturity across the Murray Darling basin. In: Fulton, W. (eds.). Sustainability of recreational fisheries for Murray cod in the Murray Darling basin. Project No. 2006/053.
  6. Gwinn, D.C., Allen, M.S., Bonvechio, K., and Hoyer, M.  2011.  Evaluation of Boat Electrofishing for Monitoring Fish Species Richness in Florida Lakes. Final Report: submitted to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
  7. Hangsleben, M.A., Allen, M.S., and Gwinn, D.C.  2011. Evaluation of Electrofishing Catchability for Fish Sampling in Florida Lakes. Final Report: submitted to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
  8. Gwinn, D. C., and Allen, M. S.  2010.  Florida Lake Fish Community Analysis.  Annual Report: submitted to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
  9. Gwinn, D. C., and Allen, M. S.  2008.  Lake Okeechobee fisheries monitoring program evaluation.  Final Report: submitted to the South Florida Water Management District.
  10. Gwinn, D. C., and Allen, M. S.  2007.  Summary of fisheries data at Lake Okeechobee.  Final Report: submitted to the South Florida Water Management District.
  11. Gwinn, D. C.  2005.  Spawner Abundance of Rainbow Trout in the Negukthlik River, Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, 2004.  Alaska Fisheries Technical Report number 83.  13 pgs.
  12. Gwinn, D. C.  2005.  Length Composition of Rainbow Trout Populations of the Negukthlik and Ungalikthluk Rivers, Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, 2003.  Alaska Fisheries Technical Report number 82.  16 pgs.
  13. Gwinn, D. C.  2005.  Fish Species Occurrence on Four Rivers and Three Ponds of Hagemeister Island, Alaska, 2003.  Alaska Fisheries Data Series Number 2005-9.  6 pgs.
  14. Gwinn, D. C.  2005.  Resident Fish Inventory of Amanka Lake, Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, 2004.  Alaska Fisheries Data Series number 2005-8.  7 pgs.

PRESENTATIONS

Invited talks:

  1. Gwinn, D.C. 2015. Emerging tools for population monitoring: applications to fisheries science. Invited seminar presented at NOAA’s Southeast Fisheries Science Center, Beaufort, North Carolina, USA.
  2. Gwinn, D.C., M. Allen, F. Johnston, P. Brown, C. Todd, and R. Arlinghous. 2014. Rethinking length-based fisheries regulations: the value of protecting old and large fish. Invited seminar presented at the Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research, Melbourne, Australia. slides blog
  3. Gwinn, D.C. & J. Lyon. 2014. Emerging tools for population monitoring: some fishy case studies. Invited seminar presented at the Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Melbourne, Australia. slides
  4. Gwinn, D.C., L.S. Beesley, A. Price, A.J. King, B. Gawne, J.D. Koehn, and D.L. Nielsen. 2014. Juvenile fish responses to wetland inundation: implications for flow policies. Invited seminar presented at the Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research, Melbourne, Australia. slides blog
  5. Gwinn, D.C., M.S. Allen, F.D. Johnston, P. Brown, C. Todd, and R. Arlinghaus. 2014. Rethinking length-based fisheries regulations: the value of protecting old and large fish. Invited seminar presented at the Sydney Institute of Marine Science, Sydney, Australia. slides blog
  6. Gwinn, D.C. 2013. Why and how we monitor. Invited keynote seminar presented at American Fisheries Society Florida Chapter. Ocala, FL. February 2013. slides
  7. Gwinn, D.C., M.S. Allen, F.D. Johnston, P. Brown, C. Todd, and R. Arlinghaus. 2012. Strategies to achieve conservation and socio-economic fisheries objectives by protecting older fish. Invited seminar presented at Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, Germany. slides
  8. Gwinn, D.C. 2012. Monitoring design: improving efficiency with simulations. 2012. Invited seminar presented at Fisheries Research Branch, Fisheries Victoria, Department of Primary Industries, Queenscliff, Vic., Australia. slides

Other talks:

* indicates presenter

  1. Beesley, L.S., *D.C. Gwinn, A. Price, A.J. King, B. Gawne, J.D. Koehn, and D.L. Nielsen. 2014. Juvenile fish responses to environmental watering and antecedent conditions in Australian floodplain wetlands. School of Forest Resources and Conservation Graduate Student Symposium, April 4th, 2014, Gainesville, Florida. slides
  2. *Beesley, L., D. Harwell, T. Bird, A. King, D. Gwinn, C. Sharpe, W. Koster, J. O’Connor, M. Henderson, s. Raymond, M. Jones, and J. Lieschke. 2013. Physiological tolerance broadly predicts the resistance of riverine fish species to a large-scale hypoxic blackwater event. American Fisheries Society Florida Chapter. Ocala, FL. February 2013.
  3. *Matthias, B.G., C.T. Monk, M.S. Allen, and D.C. Gwinn. 2013. Impact of fish movement between areas vulnerable and invulnerable to angling on fisheries sustainability. Mid-year meeting of the American Fisheries Society Southern Division. February 7-10, 2013. Nashville, Tennessee. podcast 
  4. *Wilson, K.L., M.S. Allen, D. Gwinn, and M. Netherland. 2012. Quantifying fish detection probabilities with video cameras in dense submersed vegetation. American Fisheries Society Florida Chapter. Ocala, FL. February 2012.
  5. *Gwinn, D.C., M.S. Allen, F.D. Johnston, P. Brown, C. Todd, and R. Arlinghaus. 2012. Strategies to achieve conservation and socio-economic fisheries objectives by protecting older fish. Mid-year meeting of the American Fisheries Society Southern Division. January 26-29, 2012. Biloxi, Mississippi. podcast 
  6. *Kerns, J.A., M.S. Allen, J.R. Dotson, and D.C. Gwinn.  2011. Measuring fishing mortality across a broad spatial range for freshwater systems. Mid-year meeting of the American Fisheries Society Southern Division.  January 13-16.  Tampa, Florida.
  7. *Camp E., D. Gwinn, W. Pine & T. Frazer.  2011.  Changes in submersed aquatic vegetation affect predation risks of common prey fish Lucania parva (Cyprinodontiformes: Fundulidae) in a spring-fed coastal river.  Mid-year meeting of the American Fisheries Society Southern Division.  January 13-16, 2011.  Tampa, Florida. podcast 
  8. *Hangslegen, M., M.S. Allen, and D.C. Gwinn. 2011. Evaluation of electrofishing catchability for fish sampling in Florida lakes. Mid-year meeting of the American Fisheries Society Southern Division.  January 13-16, 2011.  Tampa, Florida. podcast 
  9. *Gwinn, D. C., and Allen, M. S.  2009.  Exploring population-level effects of fishery closures during spawning: An example using largemouth bass.  2010 Southern Division Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Nashville, TN.
  10. *Allen, M. S., and D. Gwinn. 2009.  Use of population models for assessment of striped bass fisheries. 139th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Nashville, Tennessee.
  11. *Tetzlaff, J.C., D. Gwinn, and W.E. Pine III. 2009. Closed mark-recapture experiments in open systems: using information on fish movement to inform appropriate spatial scale of sampling design. American Fisheries Society Florida Chapter. Ocala, FL. February 2009.
  12. *Gwinn, D. C., and Allen, M. S.  2008.  Exploring population-level effects of fishery closures during spawning: An example using largemouth bass.  2009 Southern Division Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, New Orleans, LA.
  13. *Burgess, O., A. Bunch, D. Gwinn, W. Pine, and M. Allen. 2008. A simple binomial likelihood model to estimate the probability of habitat use: a case study of lotic fishes from the Apalachicola River, Florida USA. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Ottawa, Canada.
  14. Coggins, L., Yard, M., and *Gwinn, D. C.  2006.  Mechanical removal of non-native fishes in the Colorado River within Grand Canyon: An update on 2005 operations and results.  To 39th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Arizona/New Mexico Chapters.
  15. Coggins, L., Yard, M., and *Gwinn, D. C.  2005.  Mechanical removal of non-native fishes in the Colorado River within Grand Canyon: An update on 2004 operations and results.  To 37th Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council, Cuatro Ciénegas, Coahuila, Mexico.
  16. *Hopkins, W.A., J.W. Snodgrass, J. Broughton, D.C. Gwinn, J.A. Baionno, and J. Burger.  2003.  Effects of coal combustion waste on survival and development of larval anurans. Society of Integrative and comparative Biology, Annual Metting, Toronto, Canada.
  17. *Hopkins, W.A., J.W. Snodgrass, J. Broughton, D.C. Gwinn, J.A. Baionno, and J. Burger.  2002.  Effects of coal combustion waste on survival and development of larval anurans. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 23rd Annual Meeting in North America, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 16-20.
  18. *Gwinn, D. C., Snodgrass, J. W., Forester, D. C., and Gresens, S. E.  2001.  Use of cover boards to monitor terrestrial salamander populations: problems and potential solutions.  To 3rd Annual Biological Science Conference at Towson University, Towson, Maryland.
  19. *Gwinn, D.C., and Gresens, S. E.  1998.  Toxicity of urban storm-water runoff: analysis at the community level.  To 1st Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium in Chemical and Biological Sciences at University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland.

MEDIA COVERAGE

NewRx: January 8, 2015 link

Science Daily: January 2, 2014 link 

AlphaGalileo: January 2, 2014 link 

PHYS.ORG: January 3, 2014 link 

e! Science News: January 3, 2014 link 

FisheryNation.com: January 3, 2014 link 

One News Page: January 2, 2014 link 

IDW-Informationsdienst Wissenschaft: December 16, 2013 link 

Ziet Online: December 16, 2013 link 

BIB: March 31, 2010 link 

C0urier Post: August 16, 2010 link 

Mississippi Sportsman: April 1, 2012 link 

The Sportsman’s Guide: March 24, 2010 link 

PHYS.ORG: March 23, 2010 link 

RESEARCH IMPACT

Influenced the implementation of a novel slot limit for the recreational Murray cod fishery in Victoria, Australian (2014) (http://www.depi.vic.gov.au/fishing-and-hunting/recreational-fishing/murray-cod-size-limit-review, media release)

Influenced the proposed liberalization of state-wide black bass fisheries regulations in Michigan (2013) (http://www.michigan.gov/documents/dnr/MI_BASS_Nation_proposal-June2013_426164_7.pdf)

Influenced the management plan for largemouth bass in Maryland tidewaters (2013) (http://dnr.maryland.gov/fisheries/calendar/events/628/Draft_Tidal_Bass_Fishery_Management_Plan_08232013.pdf)

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