© 2019 by James Lindholm

Scientific Publications

My research interests include the landscape ecology of fishes (where do fish go and why), the ecological effects of fishing (how do bottom trawls impact the seafloor), and the design and evaluation of spatial management regimes (how to better manage the marine environment). And the results of that research have lead me to Washington, D.C. to help draft a Presidential Executive Order and to brief Congress (both the Senate and the House of Representatives) as well as to several countries around the world to assist with project development and monitoring efforts.

 

To-date my scientific research has resulted in 38 articles and a text book.

 

Peer Reviewed Publications

Auster, P.J., J. Lindholm, J. Pereira, S. Fangman, H. Bolton, A. Cramer, L. Jensen and J. Moye.  2019.  Preliminary results assessing movement patterns of select demersal piscivores at the sub-tropical reefs of Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary (northwest Atlantic, Carolinian province).  pp. 98-114, in:  K. Roberson, P.J. Auster, S. Fangman, and M. Harvey (eds).  Review of Scientific Research In and Around the Designated Research Area of Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary (NW Atlantic).  Marine Sanctuaries Conservation Series ONMS-00-00. U.S. Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Silver Spring, MD.  In press.

Bassett, M, J. Lindholm, C. Garza, R. Kvitek, and D. Wilson-Vandenberg. 2017. Lingcod (Ophiodon elongatus) habitat associations in California: implications for conservation and management. Environmental Biology of Fishes. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10641-017-0692-0

 

Alvarado, N., C. Boyle, B. Brown, A. Cline, C. de Rond, S. Ferrin, C. Friedlander, C. Gonzalez, C. Herrmann, G. Leavitt, L. Lemon, A. Nally, E. Senyk, A. Wasserman, J. Lindholm, A. DeVogelaere. 2017. The Spatio-Temporal Mosaic of Scientific Research: A Case Study from Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Marine Sanctuaries Conservation Series ONMS-17-08. U.S. Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Silver Spring, MD. 115 pp.

Smith, J. and J. Lindholm. (2016) Vertical stratification in the distribution of demersal fishes along the walls of the La Jolla and Scripps submarine canyons, California, USA. Continental Shelf Research 125: 61-70.

 

Lindholm, J., M. Gleason, D. Kline, L. Clary and S. Reinecke. 2015. Ecological effects of bottom trawling on the structural attributes of fish habitat in unconsolidated sediments of the outer continental shelf off Central California. Fishery Bulletin 113: 82-96.

 

Knight, A., J. Lindholm, A. DeVogelaere, and F. Watson. 2014. An approach to the collection, processing and analysis of towed camera video imagery for marine resource management. Marine Technology Society Journal 8: 86-95.

 

Kline, D, D. Donlou, R. Lea, J.Lindholm, G. Shester. 2013. Records of the longfin gunnel, Pholis Clemensi, from California with a southern range extension to Point Lobos, California. Marine Biodiversity Records 6: 1-4.

 

Hallenbeck, T., R. Kvitek, J. Lindholm. 2012. Rippled scour depressions add ecologically significant heterogeneity to soft bottom habitats on the continental shelf. Marine Ecology Progress Series 468 119 - 133.

 

Adelaars J, Bassett M, Donlou N, Marks C, Pardieck B, Lindholm J. 2012. Examining the Conservation Level of Marine management Areas within the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary: How Protected is the Sanctuary? Marine Sanctuaries Conservation Series ONMS-12-04. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Silver Spring, MD. 41 pp.

 

P.J. Auster, K.B. Heinonen, L. Watling, C. Parrish-Kuhn, E. Heupel and J. Lindholm 2011. A rare deepwater anemone and its associates in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary (Gulf of Maine, north-west Atlantic). Marine Biodiversity Records, 4 , e19 doi:10.1017/S1755267211000200

 

Lindholm, J., A. Knight, and M. Domeier. 2010. Gender-mediated patterns in the movement of California sheephead, Semicossyphus pulcher (Labridae), in the northern Channel Islands (eastern Pacific). California Department of Fish and Game Journal 96: 53-68.

 

Tamsett, A., K.B. Heinonen, P.J. Auster and J. Lindholm. 2010. Dynamics of hard substratum communities inside and outside of a fisheries habitat closed area in Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary (Gulf of Maine, NW Atlantic). Marine Sanctuaries Conservation Series ONMS-10-05. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Silver Spring, MD. 53 pp.

 

Lindholm, J. and R. Pavia (Eds). 2010. Examples of ecosystem-based management in national marine sanctuaries: moving from theory to practice. Marine Sanctuaries Conservation Series ONMS-10-02. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Silver Spring, MD. 33pp.

 

de Marignac, J., J. Hyland, J. Lindholm, D. Kline, and L. Balthis. 2009. A comparison of seafloor habitats and associated benthic fauna in areas open and closed to bottom trawling along the Central California continental shelf. Marine Sanctuaries Conservation Series ONMS-09-02. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Silver Spring, MD. 44 pp.

 

Lindholm, J., A. Knight, L. Kaufman and S. Miller. 2008. Habitat-mediated signal reception by a passive acoustic receiver array as determined by SCUBA surveys. Proceedings of the American Academy of Underwater Sciences.

 

Auster, P. and J. Lindholm. 2008. Variation in social foraging by fishes across a coral reef landscape. Proceedings of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium.

 

Lindholm, J., M. Kelly, D. Kline and J. de Marignac. 2008. Patterns in the local distribution of the sea whip, Halipteris willemoesi, in an area impacted by mobile fishing gear. MTS Journal 42: 64-68.

 

Auster, P.J., J. Lindholm, M. Plourde, and H. Singh. 2007. Camera configuration and use of AUVs to census mobile fauna. MTS Journal 41: 49-52.

 

Lindholm, J., P.J. Auster, and A. Knight. 2007. Site fidelity and movement of adult Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) at deep boulder reefs in the western Gulf of Maine. Marine Ecology Progress Series: 342: 239-247.

 

Lindholm, J., A. Knight, L. Kaufman, and S. Miller. 2006. A pilot study of hogfish (Lachnolaimus maximus Walbaum 1792) movement at the Conch Reef Research Only Area (northern Florida Keys). National Marine Sanctuary Program NMSP-06-06. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Sanctuary Program, Silver Spring, MD. 14 pp.

 

Lindholm, J., A. Knight, L. Kaufman and S. Miller. 2006. Site fidelity and movement of the parrotfishes Scarus coeruleus and Scarus taeniopterus at Conch Reef (northern Florida Keys). Caribbean Journal of Science 42: 138-144.

 

Auster, P.J. and J. Lindholm.  2005.  The ecology of fishes on deep boulder reefs in the western Gulf of Maine.  p. 91-109 in Proceedings of the American Academy of Underwater Sciences.  Connecticut Sea Grant, Groton.

 

Lindholm, J., L. Kaufman, S. Miller, A. Wagschal & M. Newville. 2005. Movement of Ocyurus chrysurus Bloch 1790 and Mycteroperca bonaci Poey 1860 in the northern Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary as determined by acoustic telemetry. Marine Sanctuaries Conservation Series MSD-05-4. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Marine Sanctuaries Division, Silver Spring, MD. 17 pp.

 

Lindholm, J. (ed). 2005. Special Issue: Acoustic Tracking of Marine Fishes and the Design of Marine Protected Areas. MTS Journal, Volume 39, No. 1.

 

Lindholm, J., S. Fangman, L. Kaufman and S. Miller. 2005. In situ tagging and tracking of coral reef fishes from the Aquarius undersea laboratory. MTS Journal 39: 68-73.

 

Lindholm, J., P. Auster and P. Valentine. 2004. Role of a large marine protected area for conserving landscape attributes of sand habitats on Georges Bank (Northwest Atlantic). Marine Ecology Progress Series 269:61-68

 

Auster, P., J. Lindholm, and P. Valentine. 2003. Primary and secondary habitats of juvenile Acadian redfish (Sebastes fasciatus). Environmental Biology of Fishes 68: 381-389.

 

Lindholm, J. (ed.). 2003. Special Issue: Science, Technology and Management in the US National Marine Sanctuary Program. Marine Technology Society Journal. Vol. 37, No. 1.

 

Lindholm, J. and P. Auster. 2003. Site utilization by Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in off-shore gravel habitat as determined by acoustic telemetry: implications for the design of marine protected areas. Marine Technology Society Journal 37: 27-34.

 

Auster, P.J., J. Lindholm, S. Schaub, G. Funnell, L.S. Kaufman, and P.C. Valentine. 2003. Use of sand wave habitats by silver hake Merluccius bilinearis (Mitchill). Journal of Fish Biology 62: 143-152.

 

Lindholm, J. and P.J. Auster. 2002. Marine protected area design: toward a generalized life history approach. Pages 1126-1136 in: Bondrup-Nielsen, S., N.W.P. Munro, G. Nelson, J.H.M. Willison, T.B. Herman and P. Eagles (eds). Managing Protected Areas in a Changing World. SAMPAA, Wolfville, Nova Scotia.

 

Auster, P. and J. Lindholm. 2002. Patterns in the local diversity of coral reef fishes versus rates of social foraging. Caribbean Journal of Science 38: 263-266.

 

Lindholm, J. and B. Barr. 2001. Comparison of marine and terrestrial protected areas under Federal jurisdiction in the United States. Conservation Biology 15: 1441-1444.

 

Lindholm, J., P.J. Auster, M. Ruth, and L. Kaufman. 2001. Modeling the effects of fishing and implications for the design of marine protected areas: juvenile fish responses to variations in seafloor habitat. Conservation Biology 15: 424-437.

 

Lindholm, J., Auster, PJ. and L. Kaufman. 1999. Habitat-mediated survivorship of juvenile (0-year) Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Marine Ecology Progress Series 180: 247-255.

 

Lindholm, J., M. Ruth, L. Kaufman, and P. Auster. 1998. The Marine Refuge as a Fishery Management Tool: A Modeling Approach to the Design of Marine Refugia. In: Munro, N.W.P. and Willison, J.H.M. (eds). Linking Protected Areas with Working Landscapes. SAMPAA, Wolfville, Nova Scotia.

 

Lindholm, J., M. Ruth, L. Kaufman, and P.J. Auster. 1998. Post-settlement Survivorship of Juvenile Groundfish: Implications for the Design of Marine Reserves and Fishery Management. In: Peterson, J. and Dorsey, E. (eds). Effects of Mobile Fishing Gear on the Seafloor Habitat of New England. Conservation Law Foundation, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

Ruth, M. and J. Lindholm. 1997. Dynamic Modeling of Multispecies Fisheries for Consensus Building and Management. Environmental Conservation 23: 332-342.

 

Ruth, M. and J. Lindholm. 1995. New England’s Groundfisheries: Modeling the Interaction of Multiple Species. In: Hickey, K. and Kantarelis, D (eds). 1995. The Natural Environment: Interdisciplinary Views. Assumption College, Massachusetts.

 

Books

 

Ruth, M and J. Lindholm (Eds). 2002. Dynamic Modeling for Marine Conservation. Springer-Verlag, New York. 449 pp.