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Laugen, A.T., Engelhard, G.H., Whitlock, R., Arlinghaus, R., Dankel, D.J., Dunlop, E.S., Eikeset, A.M., Enberg, K., Jørgensen, C., Matsumura, S., Nusslé, S., Urbach, D., Baulier, L., Boukal, D.S., Ernande, B., Johnston, F.D., Mollet, F., Pardoe, H., Therkildsen, N.O., Uusi-Heikkilä, S., Vainikka, A., Heino, M., Rijnsdorp, A.D. & Dieckmann, U. (2014). Evolutionary impact assessment: accounting for evolutionary consequences of fishing in an ecosystem approach to fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries 15 (1): 65-96. DOI:10.1111/faf.12007.

Heino, M., Baulier, L., Boukal, D.S., Ernande, B., Johnston, F.D., Mollet, F.M., Arlinghaus, R., Dankel, D.J., Dunlop, E.S., Eikeset, A.M., Enberg, K., Engelhard, G.H., Joergensen, C., Laugen, A.T., Matsumura, S., Urbach, D., Whitlock, R., Rijnsdorp, A.D. & Dieckmann, U. (2013). Can fisheries-induced evolution shift reference points for fisheries management? ICES Journal of Marine Science 70 (4): 707-721. DOI:10.1093/icesjms/fst077.

Matsumura, S., Arlinghaus, R. & Dieckmann, U. (2012). Standardizing selection strengths to study selection in the wild: A critical comparison and suggestions for the future. BioScience 62 (12): 1039-1054. DOI:10.1525/bio.2012.62.12.6.

Matsumura, S., Arlinghaus, R. & Dieckmann, U. (2011). Assessing evolutionary consequences of size-selective recreational fishing on multiple life-history traits, with an application to northern pike (Esox lucius). Evolutionary Ecology 25 (3): 711-735. DOI:10.1007/s10682-010-9444-8.

Matsumura, S., Arlinghaus, R. & Dieckmann, U. (2010). Foraging on spatially distributed resources with sub-optimal movement, imperfect information, and travelling costs: Departures from the ideal free distribution. Oikos 119 (9): 1469-1483. DOI:10.1111/j.1600-0706.2010.18196.x.

Arlinghaus, R., Matsumura, S. & Dieckmann, U. (2010). The conservation and fishery benefits of protecting large pike Esox lucius L. by harvest regulations in recreational fishing. Biological Conservation 143 (6): 1444-1459. DOI:10.1016/j.biocon.2010.03.020.

Pang, J.-F., Kluetsch, C., Zou, X.-J., Zhang, A.-B., Luo, L.-Y., Angleby, H., Ardalan, A., Ekstroem, C., Skoellermo, A., Lundeberg, J., Matsumura, S., Leitner, T., Zhang, Y.-P. & Savolainen, P. (2009). mtDNA data indicate a single origin for dogs south of Yangtze River, less than 16,300 years ago, from numerous wolves. Molecular Biology and Evolution 26 (12): 2849-2864. DOI:10.1093/molbev/msp195.

Bramanti, B., Thomas, M.G., Haak, W., Unterlaender, M., Jores, P., Tambets, K., Antanaitis-Jacobs, I., Haidle, M.N., Jankauskas, R., Kind, C.-J., Lueth, F., Terberger, T., Hiller, J., Matsumura, S., Forster, P. & Burger, J. (2009). Genetic discontinuity between local hunter-gatherers and Central Europe's first farmers. Science 326 (5949): 137-140. DOI:10.1126/science.1176869.

Arlinghaus, R., Matsumura, S. & Dieckmann, U. (2009). Quantifying selection differentials caused by recreational fishing: Development of modeling framework and application to reproductive investment in pike (Esox lucius). Evolutionary Applications 2 (3): 335-355. DOI:10.1111/j.1752-4571.2009.00081.x.

Matsumura, S. & Forster, P. (2008). Generation time and effective population size in Polar Eskimos. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1642): 1501-1508. DOI:10.1098/rspb.2007.1724.

Ludwig, A., Arndt, U., Lippold, S., Benecke, N., Debus, L., King, T.L. & Matsumura, S. (2008). Tracing the first steps of American sturgeon pioneers in Europe. BMC Evolutionary Biology 8 (1): no.221. DOI:10.1186/1471-2148-8-221.

Joergensen, C., Enberg, K., Dunlop, E.S., Arlinghaus, R., Boukal, D.S., Brander, K., Ernande, B., Gardmark, A., Johnston, F.D., Matsumura, S., Pardoe, H., Raab, K., Silva, A., Vainikka, A., Dieckmann, U., Heino, M. & Rijnsdorp, A.D. (2008). The Role of Fisheries-Induced Evolution - Response (in "Letters"). Science 320 (5872): 47-50. DOI:10.1126/science.320.5872.47b.

Joergensen, C., Enberg, K., Dunlop, E.S., Arlinghaus, R., Boukal, D.S., Brander, K., Ernande, B., Gardmark, A., Johnson, F., Matsumura, S., Pardoe, H., Raab, K., Silva, A., Vainikka, A., Dieckmann, U. & Rijnsdorp, A.D. (2007). Ecology: Managing evolving fish stocks. Science 318 (5854): 1247-1248. DOI:10.1126/science.1148089.

Monograph

Laugen, A.T., Engelhard, G.H., Whitlock, R., Arlinghaus, R., Dankel, D., Dunlop, E., Eikeset, A.M., Enberg, K., Jørgensen, C., Matsumura, S., Nusslé, S., Urbach, D., Baulier, L., Ernande, B., Johnston, F.D., Mollet, F., Pardoe, H., Therkildsen, N.O., Uusi-Heikkilä, S., Vainikka, A., Heino, M., Rijnsdorp, A.D. & Dieckmann, U. (2012). Evolutionary impact assessment: accounting for evolutionary consequences of fishing in an ecosystem approach to fisheries management. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-12-046

Matsumura, S., Arlinghaus, R. & Dieckmann, U. (2012). Standardizing selection strengths to study selection in the wild: A critical comparison and suggestions for the future. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-12-051

Matsumura, S., Arlinghaus, R. & Dieckmann, U. (2011). Assessing Evolutionary Consequences of Size-selective Recreational Fishing on Multiple Life-history Traits, with an Application To Northern Pike (Esox lucius). IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-11-009

Matsumura, S., Arlinghaus, R. & Dieckmann, U. (2010). Foraging on spatially distributed resources with sub-optimal movement, imperfect information, and traveling costs: Departures from the ideal free distribution. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-10-043

Arlinghaus, R., Matsumura, S. & Dieckmann, U. (2010). The conservation and fishery benefits of protecting large pike (Esox lucius L.) by harvest regulation in recreational fishing. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-10-022

Bramanti, B., Thomas, M.G., Haak, W., Unterlaender, M., Jores, P., Tambets, K., Antanaitis-Jacobs, I., Haidle, M.N., Jankauskas, R., Kind, C.J., Lueth, F., Terberger, T., Hiller, J., Matsumura, S., Forster, P. & Burger, J. (2009). Genetic discontinuity between local hunter-gatherers and Europes first farmers. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-09-058

Arlinghaus, R., Matsumura, S. & Dieckmann, U. (2009). Quantifying selection differentials caused by recreational fishing: Development of modeling framework and application to reproductive investment in pike (Esox lucius). IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-09-057

Pang, J.-F., Kluetsch, C., Zou, X.-J., Zhang, A., Luo, L.-Y., Angleby, H., Ardalan, A., Ekstroem, C., Skoellermo, A., Lundeberg, J., Matsumura, S., Leitner, T., Zhang, Y.-P. & Savolainen, P. (2009). mtDNA data indicate a single origin for dogs south of Yangtze River, less than 16,300 years ago, from numerous wolves. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-09-078

Arlinghaus, R., Boukal, D.S., Dieckmann, U., Dunlop, E.S., Enberg, K., Ernande, B., Gardmark, A., Heino, M., Johnston, F.D., Joergensen, C., Matsumura, S., Pardoe, H., Raab, K., Rijnsdorp, A.D. & Silva, A. (2007). 2007 Report of the ICES Study Group on Fisheries-Induced Adaptive Change (SGFIAC). IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-07-058

Joergensen, C., Enberg, K., Dunlop, E.S., Arlinghaus, R., Boukal, D.S., Brander, K., Ernande, B., Gardmark, A., Johnson, F., Matsumura, S., Pardoe, H., Raab, K., Silva, A., Vainikka, A., Dieckmann, U., Heino, M. & Rijnsdorp, A.D. (2007). Managing Evolving Fish Stocks. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-07-057

Other

Heino, M., Johnston, F.D., Joergensen, C., Matsumura, S., Pardoe, H., Raab, K., Rijnsdorp, A.D. & Silva, A. (2007). ICES SGFIAC Report 2007. Report of the Study Group on Fisheries Induced Adaptive Change (SGFIAC), 26 February-2 March 2007, Lisbon, Portugal (2007)

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