Publications & Reports
We expect Bering Sea Project publications to be used by resource managers and scientists to inform and advance ecosystem-based management of Bering Sea marine resources, and also to promote or link to further research that strengthens our understanding of marine ecosystems. Peer-reviewed project results are disseminated as articles in special issues and as individual articles in scientific journals.
With nearly 150 peer-reviewed publications to date—including a series of four special issues of Deep-Sea Research II—a rich set of detailed results is emerging from the Bering Sea Project. We invite you to explore the Project reports, Data and Metadata, and Scientific Publications pages of this website.
The Bering Sea Project will support publication of a series of special journal issues, aimed at sharing peer-reviewed project results across a broad audience and facilitating project integration and synthesis. The Science Advisory Board members and the program manager are serving as guest editors. Three have already been published and are available here; a fourth special issue is underway. Thanks to a collaborative NSF & NPRB purchase, we are authorized to host downloads of individual articles as well as a fully searchable, printable .pdf versions of each special issue. Contact the managing guest editor, Tom Van Pelt, if you'd like general information about the special issue series.
NPRB has centralized its publication database to best accommodate the breadth of different research sources we support. We are currently working to upload the most recent Bering Sea Project reports and manuscripts as they become available to us. To access specific Bering Sea Project-related publications, enter the search term "BSP."
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Each component of the NPRB-funded Bering Sea Integrated Ecosystem Research Program ("BSIERP") was required to submit a final report. These reports are the summation of each component's work on BSIERP, and provide a single, unified resource for learning about each project's results. They also contribute to the overall undertanding of the Bering Sea ecosystem and help evaluate the advantages gained by funding integrated ecosystem research.
The table below (click on the "+") is sortable. Click on either of the headers to sort.
- Complete Final Reports
*matching project with no final report; **matching project; Table updated 1 June 2016.