Jeffrey A Stein
Jeffrey A Stein
Illinois Natural History Survey
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The influence of hook size, type, and location on hook retention and survival of angled bonefish (Albula vulpes)
JA Stein, AD Shultz, SJ Cooke, AJ Danylchuk, K Hayward, CD Suski
Fisheries Research 113 (1), 147-152, 2012
Fisheries-induced evolution in largemouth bass: linking vulnerability to angling, parental care, and fitness
DP Philipp, JE Claussen, JB Koppelman, JA Stein, SJ Cooke, CD Suski, ...
American Fisheries Society Symposium 82, 223-234, 2015
Hormonal responsiveness to stress is negatively associated with vulnerability to angling capture in fish
MJ Louison, S Adhikari, JA Stein, CD Suski
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (14), 2529-2535, 2017
Physiological effects of ice‐angling capture and handling on northern pike, Esox lucius
MJ Louison, CT Hasler, MM Fenske, CD Suski, JA Stein
Fisheries Management and Ecology 24 (1), 10-18, 2017
Modeling and mapping fish abundance across wadeable streams of Illinois, USA, based on landscape-level environmental variables
Y Cao, L Hinz, B Metzke, J Stein, A Holtrop
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73 (7), 1031-1046, 2016
Defining adult bonefish (Albula vulpes) movement corridors around Grand Bahama in the Bahamian Archipelago
KJ Murchie, AD Shultz, JA Stein, SJ Cooke, J Lewis, J Franklin, G Vincent, ...
Environmental Biology of Fishes 98 (11), 2203-2212, 2015
Quantifying brood predation in Largemouth Bass (Micropterus salmoides) associated with catch-and-release angling of nesting males
JA Stein, DP Philipp
Environmental Biology of Fishes 98 (1), 145-154, 2015
Relative bias and precision of age estimates among calcified structures of Spotted Gar, Shortnose Gar, and Longnose Gar
SM King, SR David, JA Stein
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 147 (4), 626-638, 2018
Chill out: physiological responses to winter ice-angling in two temperate freshwater fishes
MJ Louison, CT Hasler, GD Raby, CD Suski, JA Stein
Conservation physiology 5 (1), 2017
Quality management of bluegill: factors affecting population size structure
MJ Diana, JA Stein, RW Oplinger, DD Aday, JW Hoxmeier, JE Claussen, ...
Technical Report INHS 2007 (17), 2007
Metabolic phenotype is not associated with vulnerability to angling in bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus)
MJ Louison, JA Stein, CD Suski
Canadian journal of zoology 96 (11), 1264-1271, 2018
Stable oxygen isotope analysis confirms natural recruitment of Lake Michigan-origin lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) to the adult life stage
S Landsman, JA Stein, G Whitledge, SR Robillard
Fisheries research 190, 15-23, 2017
Progress toward lake trout rehabilitation at a stocked and unstocked reef in southern Lake Michigan
KA Patterson, JA Stein, SR Robillard
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36 (6), 1405-1415, 2016
Quick learning, quick capture: largemouth bass that rapidly learn an association task are more likely to be captured by recreational anglers
MJ Louison, VM Hage, JA Stein, CD Suski
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 73 (2), 23, 2019
Sociable bluegill, Lepomis macrochirus, are selectively captured via recreational angling
MJ Louison, JD Jeffrey, CD Suski, JA Stein
Animal Behaviour 142, 129-137, 2018
Comment: The Challenge of Age Estimation in Gars Lepisosteus spp.
JA Stein, SM King, DL Buckmeier, NG Smith
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 147 (4), 649-652, 2018
Introduction to a special section: angling for dinosaurs—status and future study of the ecology, conservation, and management of ancient fishes
SR David, SM King, JA Stein
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 147 (4), 623-625, 2018
Potential consequences of angling on nest-site fidelity in largemouth bass
WM Twardek, AD Shultz, JE Claussen, SJ Cooke, JA Stein, ...
Environmental biology of fishes 100 (5), 611-616, 2017
Largemouth bass use prior experience, but not information from experienced conspecifics, to avoid capture by anglers
MJ Louison, CD Suski, JA Stein
Fisheries Management and Ecology 26 (6), 600-610, 2019
Comment: Not all Biases are Created Equal—A Comment on the Snorkel Survey Bias Observed by Hessenauer et al.(2014)
JA Stein, JE Claussen, DP Philipp, SJ Cooke
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34 (6), 1204-1206, 2014
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