Carlson, A. K., T. Young, M. A. Centeno, S. A. Levin, and D. I. Rubenstein. 2021. Boat to bowl: Resilience through network rewiring of a community-supported fishery amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Environmental Research Letters 16:034054.
Carlson, A. K., D. I. Rubenstein, and S. A. Levin. 2021. Modeling Atlantic herring fisheries as multiscalar human-natural systems. Fisheries Research 236:105855.
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, M. R. Cronin, M. J. Eaton, L. E. Eckert, M. A. Kaemingk, A. J. Reid, and A. Trudeau. 2020. A social-ecological odyssey in fisheries and wildlife management. Fisheries 45(5):238–243.
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, and D. M. Infante. 2020. Modelling effects of climate change on Michigan brown trout and rainbow trout: precipitation and groundwater as key predictors. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 29(3):433–449.
Carlson, A. K., D. I. Rubenstein, and S. A. Levin. 2020. Linking multiscalar fisheries using metacoupling models. Frontiers in Marine Science 7:614.
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, D. I. Rubenstein, S. A. Levin, and J. Liu. 2020. Global marine fishing across space and time. Sustainability 12(11):4714.
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, and S. M. Hughes. 2020. The metacoupling framework informs stream salmonid management and governance. Frontiers in Environmental Science 8:27.
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, M. T. Kinnison, S. M. P. Sullivan, M. J. Weber, R. T. Melstrom, P. A. Venturelli, M. R. Wuellner, R. M. Newman, K. J. Hartman, G. B. Zydlewski, D. R. DeVries, S. M. Gray, D. M. Infante, M. A. Pegg, and R. M. Harrell. 2019. Threats to freshwater fisheries in the United States: perspectives and investments of state fisheries administrators and Agricultural Experiment Station directors. Fisheries 44(6):276–287.
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, and D. M. Infante. 2019. Developing precipitation- and groundwater-corrected stream temperature models to improve brook charr management amid climate change. Hydrobiologia 840(1):379–398.
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, and J. Liu. 2019. Using the telecoupling framework to improve Great Lakes fisheries sustainability. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 22(3):342–354.
Reid, A. J., A. K. Carlson, I. F. Creed, E. J. Eliason, P. A. Gell, P. T. J. Johnson, K. A. Kidd, T. J. MacCormack, J. D. Olden, S. J. Ormerod, J. P. Smol, W. W. Taylor, K. Tockner, J. C. Vermaire, D. Dudgeon, and S. J. Cooke. 2018. Emerging threats and persistent conservation challenges for freshwater biodiversity. Biological Reviews 94(3):849–873.
Carlson, A. K., J. G. Zaehringer, R. D. Garrett, R. F. B. Silva, P. Furumo, A. N. Raya Rey, A. Torres, M. G. Chung, Y. Li, and J. Liu. 2018. Toward rigorous telecoupling causal attribution: a systematic review and typology. Sustainability 10(12):4426.
Carlson, A. K., A. F. Lintvedt, A. N. Luchenbill, A. M. Irwin, S. A. Heiler, A. R. Kowalski, P. S. Burger, N. E. Nahra, C. J. Weathers, S. Dhanjal, and C. R. Yatooma. 2018. On the banks of the Red Cedar: toward socio-ecologically robust riparian management in an iconic Michigan river. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 33(1):429–447.
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu, and I. Orlic. 2018. Peruvian anchoveta as a telecoupled fisheries system. Ecology and Society 23(1):35.
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, Z. Basher, T. D. Beard, Jr., and D. M. Infante. 2018. Science to action: decision-support to advance stream trout management in a changing climate. Proceedings of the Wild Trout XII Symposium 12.
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu, and I. Orlic. 2017. The telecoupling framework: an integrative tool for enhanced fisheries management. Fisheries 42(8):395–397.
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2017. Otolith chemistry indicates walleye movement and entrainment in a large serial reservoir system. Fisheries Management and Ecology 24(3):217–229.