Shellfish Publications

Papers and Reports

  • Munroe, D.M., D.A. Narvaez, D. Hennen, L. Jacobson, R. Mann, E.E. Hofmann, E.N. Powell, J.M. Klinck. (2016). Fishing and bottom water temperature as drivers of change in maximum shell length in Atlantic surfclams (Spisula solidissima). Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science. 178
  • NarvÁEz, D., Munroe, D., Hofmann, E., Klinck, J.N., Powell, E.N., Mann, R. & E. Curchitser. (2014). Long-term dynamics in Atlantic surfclam (Spisula solidissima) populations: The role of bottom water temperature. Journal of Marine Systems. 141. 10.1016/j.jmarsys.2014.08.007.
  • Powell, E.N., A.M. Ewing, K.M. Kuykendall. 2020. Ocean quahogs (Arctica islandica) and Atlantic surfclams (Spisula solidissima) on the Mid-Atlantic Bight continental shelf and Georges Bank: the death assemblage as a recorder of climate change and the reorganization of the continental shelf benthos. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 537: #109205, 16 pp.
  • Powell, E.N. and R. Mann. (2016). How well do we know the infaunal biomass of the continental shelf? Continental Shelf Research. 115: 27



  • Kuykendall, K., Powell, E.N., Mann, R., and P. Moreno. (2016). Identifying the historical footprint of the surfclam Spisula solidissima and habitat relationships from a long-term dataset of death assemblage and sedimentology. American Fisheries Society 146 Annual Meeting. Kansas City, Missouri
  • Kuykendall, K., E.N. Powell, J. Klinck, R.T. Leaf, and P. Moreno. (2015). Management strategy evaluation for the Atlantic surfclam Spisula solidissima using a fisheries economics model. American Fisheries Society 145th annual meeting. Portland, Oregon

  • Mann, R. (2014). SCeMFiS, a new cooperative research effort. Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission. Providence, Rhode Island.

  • Mann, R. D. Munroe, K. Kuykendall and E. N. Powell. (2014). A simple method for correction of breakages losses in clam surveys. Jacksonville, Florida

  • Pace, S., E.N. Powell, and R. Mann. (2016). Population age frequencies and evidence of multidecadal recruitment in the ocean quahog. American Fisheries Society 146 Annual Meeting. Kansas City, Missouri.

  • Pace, S.M., E.N. Powell, and R. Mann. (2016). Evidence of multidecadal recruitment in the ocean quahog, Arctica islandica in the western Atlantic Ocean. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES). Riga, Latvia

  • Powell, E.N., J. Klinck, E. Hofmann, P. Moreno, K. Kuykendall, D. Munroe, and R. Mann. (2015). Captains’ response to a declining stock as anticipated in the surfclam (Spisula solidissima) fishery. American Fisheries Society 145th annual meeting. Portland, Oregon.

  • Russell, K., Long, M.C., Redmond, T., Mann, R., and Powell, E. (2019). Can we Discern Major Meterologic and Environmental Events in the Growth Record of the Long Lived Clam Arctica islandica. National Shellfisheries Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.