1. A Scientific Basis for Regulating Deep-Sea Fishing by Depth

    Current Biology 25(19):2597 (2015)

  2. A Scientific Basis for Regulating Deep-Sea Fishing by Depth.

    Current Biology 25(18):2425 (2015) PMID 26320948

    The deep sea is the world's largest ecosystem, with high levels of biodiversity and many species that exhibit life-history characteristics that make them vulnerable to high levels of exploitation. Many fisheries in the deep sea have a track record of being unsustainable. In the northeast Atlanti...
  3. Levels of cigarette availability and exposure in black and white women and efficient smokers.

    Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 77(4):685 (2004) PMID 15099913

    Purposes of this investigation were to examine differences in smoke exposure and smoking topography across three smoking conditions: usual number of cigarettes, restricted (50%) and increased (167%) simulating restricted and unrestricted cigarette availability. A repeated-measures counterbalance...
  4. Levels of cigarette availability and exposure in Black and White women and efficient smokers

    Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 77(4):685 (2004)

    Purposes of this investigation were to examine differences in smoke exposure and smoking topography across three smoking conditions: usual number of cigarettes, restricted (50%) and increased (167%) simulating restricted and unrestricted cigarette availability. A repeated-measures counterba...