^ indicates undergraduate student, * graduate student, and ** postdoctoral fellow.


103. *Krichel L, **Kirk D, ^Pencer C, ^Honig M, *Wadhawan K, & Krkosek M. 2023. Short-term temperature fluctuations increase disease in a Daphnia-parasite infectious disease system. PLoS Biology. In press.

102. *Orobko M, Molnar P, & Krkosek M, 2023. Coexistence and alternative stable states in the bioeconomics of fisheries and aquaculture. Theoretical Ecology. In press.

101. *Rogers L, ^Moore Z, ^Daigle A, **Luijckx P, & Krkosek M. Experimental evidence of size-selective harvest and environmental stochasticity effects on population demography, fluctuations, and nonlinearity. Ecology Letters 26, 586-596.

100. Messerman A, Clause A, Gray L, Krkosek M, Rollins H, Trenham P, Shaffer B, & Searcy C. Applying stochastic and Bayesian integral projection modeling to amphibian population viability analysis. Ecological Applications 33, e2783.

99. *Hecheler R & Krkosek M. Pacific herring spawns transfer energy to coastal ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. In press. (Frontiers Ecopics).


98. Godwin S & Krkosek M, 2022. Pacific Salmon Field Guide. Lone Pine Publishing. British Columbia, Canada.

99. *Greiner A, Darling E, Fortin MJ, & Krkosek M, 2022. The combined effects of dispersal and herbivores on stable states in coral reefs. Theoretical Ecology, 15, 321–335.

96. *Garzka J, *Forster I, **Godwin S, Johnson B, Krkosek M, Mahara N, Pakhomov E, & Hunt BPV, 2022. Dynamic coastal pelagic habitat drives rapid changes in growth and condition of juvenile sockeye salmon during early marine migration. FACETS, 7, 1328-1347.

95. *Shea D, Frazer N, Wadhawan K, Bateman A, Li S, Miller K, Short S, & Krkosek M, 2022. Environmental DNA dispersal from Atlantic salmon farms. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 79, 1377-1388.

94. *Greiner A, Andrello, M, Darling, ES, Krkošek, M, Fortin, MJ, 2022. Limited spatial rescue potential for coral reefs lost to future climate warming. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 31, 2245-2258.

93. Bateman A, **Teffer A, **Bass A, Ming T, Hunt B, Krkosek M, & Miller K,  2022. Atlantic salmon farms are a likely source of Tenacibaculum maritimum infection in migratory Fraser River sockeye salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 79: 1225–1240.
News coverage in CBC , The Tyee, and APTN News


92. *Blackford C, Krkosek M, & Fortin MJ, 2021. A data-limited modeling approach for conserving connectivity in Marine Protected Area Networks, Marine Biology, 168, 86.

91. *Castenada R, Ackerman J, Chapman L, Cooke S, Cuddington K, Dextrase A, Jackson D, Koops M, Krkosek M, Loftus K, Mandrak N, Martel A, Molnar P, Morris T, Pitcher T, Poesch M, Power M, Pratt T, Reid S, Rodriguez M, Rosenfeld J, Wilson C, Zanatta D, Drake A, 2021. Approaches and research needs for advancing the protection and recovery of imperilled freshwater fishes and mussels in Canada. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 78, 1356–1370.

90. *Kirk D, **Greischar M, Mideo N, & Krkosek M, 2021. Environmental variability affects optimal trade-offs in ecological immunology. Ecosphere, 7, e03654.

89. Vollset K, & M Krkosek, 2021. Delayed maturity does not offset negative impact afflicted by ectoparasitism in salmon. Theoretical Ecology, 14, 429–443.

88. Krkosek M, *Jarvis-Cross M, *Wadhawan K, **Berry I, **Soucy JPR, *Bodner K, *Greiner A, , *Krichel L, *Penk S, *Vargas-Soto J, *Shea D, **Tekwa E, Mideo N, Molnar P,  2021. Establishment, contagiousness, and initial spread of SARS-CoV-2 in Canada. FACETS, 6, 180-194.

87. *Godwin S, Krkosek M, Reynolds J, & Bateman A., 2021. Bias in self-reported parasite data from the salmon farming industry. Ecological Applications. 31, e02226.
News coverage in CBC and the Narwhal


86. *Kirk D, **Luijckx P, **Jones N, *Krichel L, ^Pencer C, Molnar P, & Krkosek M, 2020. Experimental evidence of warming-induced disease emergence and its prediction by a trait-based mechanistic model. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 287, 20201526.

85. *Godwin S, Krkosek, M, Reynolds J, **Bateman A., 2020. Sea-louse abundance on salmon farms in relation to parasite-control policy and climate change. ICES Journal of Marine Science, fsaa173.

84. *Shea D, **Bateman A, Li S, Tabata A, Schulze A, **Mordecai G, *Ogston L, Volpe J, Frazer L, Connors B, Miller K, Short S, & Krkosek M., 2020. Environmental DNA (eDNA) from multiple pathogens is elevated near active Atlantic salmon farms. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 287: 20202010.
News coverage in The North Island Gazette

83. ^Brookson C, Krkosek M, Hunt B, Johnson B, **Rogers L, & **Godwin S, 2020. Differential infestation of juvenile Pacific salmon by parasitic sea lice in British Columbia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 77, 1960-1968.
News coverage in Hakai Magazine

82. **Peacock S, Krkosek M, Lewis M & Molnar P, 2020. A unifying framework for the transient parasite dynamics of migratory hosts. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 117, 10897-10903.

81. ^Zukowski N, *Kirk D, *Wadhawan K, *Shea D & Krkosek M, 2020. Predators can influence the host-parasite dynamics of their prey via non-consumptive effects. Ecology and Evolution 10, 6714–6722.

80. Behringer D, Wood C, Krkosek M & Bushek D, 2020. Disease in fisheries and aquaculture. In Behringer D, K Lafferty, and B Silliman, Marine Disease Ecology. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

79. **Bateman A, **Peacock S, Krkosek M, & Lewis M, 2020. Migratory hosts  can maintain the high-dose refuge effect in a structured host-parasite system: the case of sea lice and salmon. Evolutionary Applications, 13, 2521-2535.


78. **Peacock S, Krkosek M, Bateman A, & Lewis M, 2019. Estimation of spatiotemporal transmission dynamics and analysis of management scenarios for sea lice of farmed and wild salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 77, 55-68.

77. **Peacock S, ** Bateman A, Connors B, * Godwin S, Lewis M, & Krkosek M, 2019. Ecology of a marine ectoparasite in farmed and wild salmon. In Wilson, Fenton, Tompkins (eds) Wildlife Disease Ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

76. **Darling E, …, Fortin MJ, Krkosek M, & Mouillot D, 2019. Social–environmental drivers inform strategic management of coral reefs in the Anthropocene. Nature Ecology and Evolution 3, 1341–1350.

75. *Kirk D, **Luijckx P, ^Stanic A, Krkosek M, 2019. Predicting the thermal and allometric dependencies of disease transmission via the metabolic theory of ecology. American Naturalist 193, 661-676.


74. ^Atkinson E, **Bateman A, Dill L, Krkosek M, Reynolds J, & *Godwin S. Oust the louse: Leaping behaviour removes sea lice from wild juvenile sockeye salmon. Journal of Fish Biology 93, 163-271.
News coverage in Science

73. **Searcy C, Gilbert B, Krkosek M, Rowe L, & McCauley S, 2018. Positive correlation between dispersal and body size in green frogs (Rana clamitans) naturally colonizing and experimental landscape. Canadian Journal of Zoology 96, 1378-1384

72. **Bateman A, Ozgul A, Krkosek M, & Clutton-Brock T., 2018. Matrix models of hierarchical demography: Linking group- and population-level dynamics in cooperative breeders. American Naturalist 192, 188-203.

71. ^Phillips J, **Peacock S, *Bartlett M, **Bateman A, Lewis M, & Krkosek M., 2018. An asymmetric producer-scrounger game: body size and the social foraging behavior of coho salmon. Theoretical Ecology 11, 417-431.

70. *Rogers L, Salomon A, Connors B, & Krkosek M., 2018. Collapse, tipping points, and spatial demographic structure arising from the adopted migrant life history. American Naturalist 192, 49-61.
News coverage in The Varcity

69. *Kirk D, *Jones N, **Peacock S, ^Phillips J, Molnar P, Krkosek M, **Luijckx P, 2018. Empirical evidence that metabolic theory describes the temperature dependency of within-host parasite dynamics. PLoS Biology 16, e2004608.
Highlighted by a Primer in PLoS Biology

68. *Dallas, T. M. Krkosek, & J. Drake, 2018. Pathogen invasion thresholds in a Daphnia-microparasite system. Royal Society Open Science 5, 171975.

67. *Godwin S, Krkosek M, Reynolds R, *Rogers, L & Dill L., 2018. Heavy sea louse infection is associated with decreased foraging success in wild juvenile sockeye salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75, 1587-1595.


66. *Meyer, S., L. Chilvers, B. Robertson, & M. Krkosek, 2017 Marine mammal population decline linked to obscured bycatch. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 114: 11781–11786.
News coverage in Hakai Magazine, Science Daily, NZ Herald.

65. **Vollset, K., I. Dohoo, O. Karlsen, E. Halttunen, B. Kvamme, B. Finstad, V. Wennevik, O. Diserud, A. **Bateman, K. Friedland, S. Mahlum, C. Jergensen, L. Qviller, M. Krkosek, A. Atland, B. Barlaup, 2017. Food for thought: Disentangling the role of sea lice on the marine survival of Atlantic salmon. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 75, 50–60.

64. *Kreitzman, M., J. *Ashander, J. *Driscoll, A. **Bateman, K. Chan, M. Lewis, & M. Krkosek, 2017. An evolutionary ecosystem service: wild salmon sustain the effectiveness of parasite control on salmon farms. Conservation Letters, 11, 1-13.

63. Krkosek, M., 2017. Population biology of infectious diseases shared by wild and farmed fish. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 74, 620-628.
Editors Choice in CJFAS and highlighted in the Dispatch section of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

62. *Godwin, S., L. Dill, M. Krkosek, M. *Price, and J. Reynolds, 2017. Reduced growth of wild juvenile sockeye salmon associated with sea louse infection. Journal of Fish Biology, 91 41-57.
News coverage in CBC


61. *Peacock, S., M. Krkosek, M. Lewis, & S. Lele, 2016. Study design and parameter estimability for spatial and temporal ecological models. Ecology and Evolution, 7, 762–770.

60. **Bateman, A., S. *Peacock, B. Connors, ^D. Berg, Z. Polk, M. Krkosek, & A. Morton, 2016. Recent failure in control of sea lice epizootics on salmon in the Broughton Archipelago, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 73, 1164-1172.
News coverage by the Vancouver Sun and the Tyee.

59. *Meyer, S., B. Robertson, L. Chilvers, & M. Krkosek, 2016. Reply to Comment on “Population dynamics reveal conservation priorities of the threatened New Zealand sea lion Phocarctos hookeri” by Middleton and Breen (2016). Marine Biology, 163, 113.

58. *Peacock, S., A. **Bateman, M. Krkosek, B. Connors, S. *Rogers, L. Portner, Z. Polk, C. Webb, & A. Morton, 2016. Sea-louse parasites on juvenile wild salmon in the Broughton Archipelago, British Columbia, Canada. Ecology, 97: 1887 (data paper).

57. *Peacock, S., A. **Bateman, M. Krkosek, & M. Lewis, 2016. The dynamics of coupled populations subject to control. Theoretical Ecology, 9, 365.

56. **Groner, M.L., L. *Rogers, A. **Bateman, B. Connors, L.N. Frazer, S. *Godwin, M. Krkosek, M. Lewis, S. *Peacock, E. Rees, C. Revie, & U. *Schlagel 2016. Lessons from sea louse and salmon epidemiology. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 371, 20150203.


55. Closs. G., M. Krkosek, & J. Olden, 2015. Conservation of Freshwater Fishes. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK.

54. Closs G, Krkosek M, & Olden J, 2014. Synthesis – what is the future of freshwater fishes? In Conservation of Freshwater Fishes. Editors: G. Closs, M. Krkosek, & J. Olden. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

53. Krkosek, M., & R. Poulin, 2015. Infectious disease and the conservation of freshwater fish. In Conservation of Freshwater Fishes. Editors: G. Closs, M. Krkosek, & J. Olden. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

52. **Vollset, K., R. Krontveit, P. Jansen, B. Finstad, B. Barlaup, O. Skilbrei, M. Krkosek, P. Romunstad, A. Aunsmo, A. Jansen, & I. Doohoo, 2015. Impacts of parasites on marine survival of Atlantic salmon: a meta-analysis. Fish and Fisheries 7, 91-113.

51. *Peacock, S., M. Krkosek, A. **Bateman & M. Lewis, 2015. Parasite-mediated release from predation in a juvenile salmon food web. Ecosphere. 6:art264.

50. *Meyer, S. B. Roberson, L. Chilvers, and M. Krkosek, 2015. Population dynamics reveal life history based priorities for the conservation management of the imperilled New Zealand sea lion. Marine Biology. 162, 1587-1596.
News coverage by Radio New Zealand and Otago Daily Times.

49. *Meyer, S., A. *Davidson, M. Krkosek, & B. Robertson, 2015. Comment on”Current bycatch levels in Auckland Islands trawl fisheries unlikely to be driving New Zealand sea lion (Phocarctos hookeri) population decline”. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 4, 584-586.

48. *Godwin, S., L. Dill, J. Reynolds, & M. Krkosek 2015. Sea lice, sockeye salmon, and foraging competition: lousy fish are lousy competitors. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 72, 1113-1120.
News coverage by the Vancouver Sun and the Globe and Mail.

47. **Rees, E., S. St-Hilaire, S. Jones, M. Krkosek, S. DeDominicis, M. Foreman, T. *Patanasatienkul & C. Revie, 2015. Spatial patterns of sea lice infection among wild and captive salmon in western Canada. Landscape Ecology. 30, 989-1004.

46. **Bateman, A., M. Neubert, M. Krkosek, & M. Lewis, 2015. Generational spreading speed and the dynamics of ecological invasions. American Naturalist 186, 362-375.

45. Randhawa, H., R. Poulin, & M. Krkosek 2015. Increasing rate of species discovery in sharks coincides with sharp population declines: implications for biodiversity. Ecography, 38, 96-107.
Cover story

44. Tompkins, D.M., S. Carver, M.E. Jones, M. Krkosek, L. Skerratt, 2015. Emerging infectious diseases of wildlife: a critical perspective. Trends in Parasitology 31, 149-159.


43. Krkosek, M. & J. Drake, 2014. On signals of phase transitions in salmon population dynamics. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 281, 20133221.

42. *Sommerville, G., M. Krkosek, & C. Hepburn, 2014. A matrix model and elasticity analysis for New Zealand’s blackfoot paua Haliotis iris. Fisheries Research, 151, 158-168.

41. **Bird, T.J., A.E. Bates, J.S. Lefcheck, N.Hil, S. Wotherspoon, M. Krkosek, R.D. Stuart-Smith, J.F. Stuart-Smith, G. Pecl, G. Edgar, R.J. Thomson, N. Barrett, & S. Frusher, 2014. Statistical solutions for error and bias in global citizen science datasets. Biological Conservation, 173, 144-154.

40. *Peacock, S., B. Connors, M. Krkosek, J. Irvine, & M. Lewis. 2014. Can reduced predation offset negative effects of sea louse parasites on chum salmon? Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 281, 20132913.

39. *Akbaripasand, A., M. Krkosek, P. M. Lokman, & G. Closs, 2014. Does social status within a dominance hierarchy mediate individual growth, residency and relocation? Oecelogia, 176, 771-779.

38. Krkosek, M., C. Revie, B. Finstad, & C. Todd, 2014 Comment on Jackson et al. “Impact of Lepeophtheirus salmonis infestations on migrating Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., smolts at eight locations in Ireland with an analysis of lice-induced marine mortality” Journal of Fish Diseases. In press.
News coverage by the Scotland Herald and the Irish Times.


37. **Studer, A., M. *Widmann, R. Poulin, & M. Krkosek, 2013. Large scale patterns of trematode parasitism in a bivalve host: no evidence for a latitudinal gradient in infection levels. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 491, 125-135.

36. Krkosek, M., J. *Ashander, L.N. Frazer, & M. Lewis, 2013. Allee effect from parasite spill-back. American Naturalist. 182, 640-652.

35. *Thitiwan P., J. Sanchez, E.E. **Rees, M. Krkosek, S.R.M. Jones & C.W. Revie, 2013. Sea lice infestations on juvenile chum and pink salmon in the Broughton Archipelago, Canada from 2003 to 2012. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 105, 149-161.

34. *Rogers, L., S. *Peacock, P. McKenzie, S. DeDominicis, S. Jones, P. Chandler, M. Foreman, C. Revie, and M. Krkosek. Modeling parasite dynamics on farmed salmon for precautionary conservation management of wild salmon. PLoS ONE. 8: e60096.

33. *Senior, A., M. Krkosek, & S. Nakagawa. The practicality of Trojan sex chromosomes as a biological control: An agent based model of two highly invasive Gambusia species. Biological Invasions. In press.

32. *Peacock, S., M. Krkosek, S. Proboszcz, C. Orr, & M. Lewis, 2013. Cessation of a salmon decline with control of parasites. Ecological Applications. 23, 606-620.
News coverage by the Globe & Mail and CBC.

31. *Paul, S., M. Krkosek, K. Probert, & G. Closs, 2013. Osmoregulation and survival of two species of Tenagomysis (Crustacea: Mysidacea) in estuaries of southern New Zealand. Marine and Freshwater Research. 64, 340-347.

30. Krkosek, M., C. Revie, P. Gargan, O. Skilbrei, B. Finstad, & C. Todd, 2013. Impact of parasites on salmon recruitment in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 280, 20122359.
F1000 recommended and news coverage by BBC


29. **Connors, B., D. *Braun, R. Peterman, A. Cooper, J. Reynolds, L. Dill, G. Ruggerone, and M. Krkosek, 2012. Migration links ocean-scale competition and local ocean conditions with exposure to farmed salmon to shape wild salmon dynamics. Conservation Letters. 5, 304-312.
Cover story for the issue and news coverage in the Vancouver Sun.

28. Frazer, L.N., A. Morton, and M. Krkosek 2012. Host density thresholds in sea lice epidemics: Evidence, sensitivity, and subcritical estimation. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 279, 1950-1958.

27. Krkosek, M., B. **Connors, M. Lewis, and R. Poulin. 2012. Allee effects may slow the spread of parasites in a coastal marine ecosystem. American Naturalist, 179, 401-412.

26. *Ashander, J., M. Krkosek, & M. Lewis. 2012. Aquaculture-induced changes to dynamics of a migratory host and specialist parasite: a case study of pink salmon and sea lice. Theoretical Ecology, 5, 231-252.


25. Krkosek, M., B. *Connors, A. Morton, M. Lewis, L. Dill, and R. Hilborn. 2011. Effects of parasites from salmon farms on productivity of wild salmon. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA. 108, 14700-14704.
News coverage by CBC.

24. Williams, R., M. **Krkosek, E. Ashe, T. A. **Branch, S. Clark, P. Hammond, E. *Hoyt, D. Noren, D. Rosen and A. Winship. 2011. Endangered killer whales and endangered salmon:  Conflicting objectives between conservation and fisheries. PLoS ONE, 6, e26738.
News coverage by Discovery Channel.

23. **Krkosek, M., R. Hilborn, R. Peterman, & T. Quinn. 2011. Cycles, stochastcity, and density dependence in pink salmon population dynamics. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, 278, 2060-2068.

23. **Krkosek, M., B. *Connors, P. *Mages, S. ^Peacock, H. ^Ford, J. *Ford, A. Morton, J. Volpe, R. Hilborn, L. Dill, M. Lewis. 2011. Fish farms, parasites, and predators: Implications for salmon population dynamics. Ecological Applications. 21, 897-914.

22. **Krkosek, M., & R. Hilborn. 2011. Sea lice infestations and productivity of pink salmon populations in the Broughton Archipelago. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 68, 17-29.


21. *Krkosek, M., A. *Bateman, S. Proboscsz, & C. Orr. 2010. Dynamics of outbreak and control of salmon lice on two salmon farms is the Broughton Archipelago. Aquaculture Environment Interactions. 1, 137-146.

20. *Connors, B., M. *Krkosek, J. *Ford, & L. Dill. 2010. Coho salmon productivity in relation to direct and trophic transmission of sea lice from salmon aquaculture. Journal of Applied Ecology. 47, 1372-1377.

19. Lewis, M.A., M. *Krkosek, M.J.Wonham. 2010. Dynamics of emerging wildlife disease. In S. Sivaloganathan (Ed) Mathematical Biology, Fields Institute Communications, American Mathematical Society.

18. Morton, A., A. ^McConnell, R. Routledge, M. *Krkosek. 2010. Sea lice dispersion and salmon survival in relation to fallowing and chemical treatment on salmon farms. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 68, 144-156.

17. **Krkosek, M. 2010. Host density thresholds and disease control for fisheries and aquaculture. Aquaculture Environment Interactions. 1, 21-32.
Invited Article for 1st Issue

16. *Krkosek, M. 2010. Sea lice and salmon in Pacific Canada: Ecology and policy. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 8, 201-209.

16. *Krkosek, M. and M. Lewis. 2010. An R0 theory for source-sink dynamics with application to Dreissena competition. Theoretical Ecology. 3, 24-43.


15. *Krkosek, M., A. Morton, J. Volpe, & M. Lewis. 2009. Sea lice and salmon population dynamics: Effects of exposure time for migratory fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B. 276, 2819-2828.

14. Keller, R., M.A. Lewis, D.M. Lodge, J. F. Shogren & M. *Krkosek, 2009. Putting bioeconomic research into practice.  In Bioeconomics of Invasive Species: Integrating ecology, economics, policy and management. Editors: R. Keller, D.M. Lodge, M. A. Lewis and J. F. Shogren. Oxford University Press. Oxford.


13. *Krkosek, M., J. *Ford, A. Morton, S. Lele, M. Lewis, 2008. Response to comment on “Declining wild salmon populations in relation to parasites from farm salmon”. Science. 322, 1790-1791.

12. *Connors, B., M. *Krkosek, & L. Dill, 2008. Sea lice escape predation on their host. Biology Letters. 4, 455-457.
News coverage in the Vancouver Sun and by Science.

11. *Krkosek, M., J. *Ford, A. Morton, S. Lele, M. Lewis, 2008. Sea lice and pink salmon declines: response to Brooks and Jones. Reviews in Fisheries Science. 16, 413-420.
News coverage in the Vancouver Sun.

10. Morton, A., R. Routledge, & M. *Krkosek. 2008. Sea lice infestation of juvenile salmon and herring associated with fish farms off the east central coast of British Columbia. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 28, 523-532.


9. *Krkosek, M., J. *Ford, A. Morton, S. Lele, R.A. Myers, M. Lewis, 2007. Declining wild salmon populations in relation to parasites from farm salmon. Science. 318, 1772-1775.
News coverage by Science, Nature, Economist, NY Times, CBC, BBC, Globe & Mail, others.

8. *Krkosek, M., A. Gottesfeld, B. Proctor, D. Rolston, C. Carr-Harris, M. Lewis, 2007. Effects of host migration, diversity, and aquaculture on sea lice threats to wild Pacific salmon populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B. 274, 1341-3149.

7. *Krkosek, M., J.S. Lauzon-Guay, & M. Lewis. 2007. Relating dispersal and range expansion of California sea otters. Theoretical Population Biology. 71, 401-407.


6. *Krkosek, M., M. Lewis, A. Morton, L.N. Frazer & J. Volpe. 2006. Epizootics of wild fish induced by farm fish. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA. 103, 15506-15510.
F1000 recommended, editorial coverage in PNAS and news coverage.

5. *Krkosek, M., M. Lewis, J. Volpe, & A. Morton. 2006. Fish Farms and sea lice infestations of wild juvenile salmon in the Broughton Archipelago – A rebuttal to Brooks (2005). Reviews in Fisheries Science. 14: 1-11.


4. *Krkosek, M., M.A. Lewis, & J.P. Volpe. 2005. Transmission dynamics of parasitic sea lice from farm to wild salmon. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B. 272, 689-696.
Cover story for the Proc B issue and news in NY Times, Globe & Mail, MacLeans, CBC (As It Happens), others.

3. *Krkosek, M., A. Morton, & J.P. Volpe. 2005. Non-lethal assessment of juvenile Pacific salmon for parasitic sea lice infections and fish health. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 134, 711-716.


2. Yang, K., D. Langlois, L. Campbell, J. Challis, M. Krkosek, & M.Yu, 1997. Cellular localization and developmental regulation of 11 beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 1 (11 beta-HSD1) gene expression in the ovine placenta. Placenta. 18 503-509.

1. Yang, K., M. Fraser, M. Yu, M. Krkosek, J.R.G. Challis, G.E. Lamming, L.E. Campbell, & A. Darnel, 1996. Pattern of 11-beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 1 messenger ribonucleic acid expression in the ovine uterus during the estrous cycle and pregnancy. Biology of Reproduction. 55 1231-1236.