Selected Publications

Articles In Academic Journals

Year Title
2018 Effects of projected changes in wind, atmospheric temperature, and freshwater inflow on the Ross SeaJournal of Climate. 1619-1635.
2018 Modeling larval dispersal and connectivity for Atlantic Sea scallop (Placopecten magellanicus) in the Middle Atlantic BightFisheries Research. 7-15.
2017 Distributions of krill and Antarctic silverfish and correlations with environmental variables in the western Ross Sea, AntarcticaMarine Ecology Progress Series. 45.
2017 Management strategy evaluation for the Atlantic surfclam (Spisula solidissima) using a spatially explicit, vessel-based fisheries modelFishery Bulletin. 300-325.
2017 Modeling the transmission of Perkinsus marinus in the Eastern oyster{\it Crassostrea virginica}Fisheries Research. 82-93.
2016 Atlantic surfclam connectivity within the Middle Atlantic Bight: Mechanisms underlying variation in larval transport and settlementEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 65-78.
2016 Fishing and Bottom Water Temperature as Drivers of Change in Maximum Shell Length in Atlantic Surfclams (Spisula solidissima)Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science.
2016 Marine infectious disease dynamics and outbreak thresholds: pandemic infection and the potential role of filter feedersEcosphere.
2016 Microparasitic disease dynamics in benthic suspension feeders: Infective dose, non-focal hosts, and particle diffusionEcological Modelling. 44-61.
2015 Consequences of asymmetric selection pressure and larval dispersal on the evolution of disease resistance; a metapopulation modeling study with oystersMarine Ecology Progress Series. 221-239.
2015 Impact of local winter cooling on the melt of Pine Island Glacier, AntarcticaJournal of Geophysical Research: Oceans. 6718-6732.
2015 Iron supply and demand in an Antarctic shelf ecosystemGeophysical Research Letters. 8088-8097.
2015 Long-term dynamics in Atlantic surfclam (Spisula solidissima) populations: The role of bottom water temperatureJournal of Marine Systems. 136-148.
2015 Modeling larval connectivity of the Atlantic surfclams within the Middle Atlantic Bight: Model development, larval dispersal and metapopulation connectivityEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 38-53.
2015 Outcomes of asymmetric selection pressure and larval dispersal on evolution of disease resistance: a metapopulation modeling study with oystersMarine Ecology Progress Series. 221.
2015 The Effect of Atmospheric Forcing Resolution on Delivery of Ocean Heat to the Antarctic Floating Ice ShelvesJournal of Climate. 6067-6085.
2015 The Value of Captains’ Behavioral Choices in the Success of the Surfclam (Spisula solidissima) Fishery on the US Mid-Atlantic Coast: a Model EvaluationJ. Northw. Atl. Fish. Sci. 1-27.
2014 A modelling study of the role of marine protected areas in metapopulation genetic connectivity in Delaware Bay oystersAquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 645-666.
2014 A theoretical individual-based model of Brown Ring Disease in Manila clams, Venerupis philippinarumJournal of Sea Research. 15-34.
2014 Estimating sustainable harvests of eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginicaJournal of Shellfish Research. 381-394.
2014 The effects of changing winds and temperatures on the oceanography of the Ross Sea in the 21st centuryGeophysical Research Letters. 1624-1631.
2013 How do shellfisheries influence genetic connectivity in metapopulations? A modeling study examining the role of lower size limits in oyster fisheriesCanadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 1813-1828.
2013 Modeling the remote and local connectivity of Antarctic krill populations along the western Antarctic PeninsulaMarine Ecology Progress Series. 69-92.
2013 On the Role of Coastal Troughs in the Circulation of Warm Circumpolar Deep Water on Antarctic ShelvesJournal of Physical Oceanography. 51-64.
2013 Underestimation of primary productivity on continental shelves: evidence from maximum size of extant surfclam (Spisula solidissima) populationsFisheries Oceanography. 220-233.
2012 A shell-neutral modeling approach yields sustainable oyster harvest estimates: a retrospective analysis of the Louisiana state primary seed grounds.Journal of Shellfish Research. 1103-1112.
2012 Can oysters Crassotrea virginica develop resistance to dermo disease in the field: the impediment posed by climate cycles.Journal of Marine Research. 309-355.
2012 Understanding the success and failure of oyster populations: Periodicitites of Perkinsus Marinus, and oyster recruitment, mortality and size.Journal of Shellfish Research. 635-646.
2010 Circulation on the western Antarctic Peninsula and implication for biological productionDeep-Sea Res..
2010 Exchange across the shelf break at high southern latitudesOcean Science. 513-524.
2010 Hydrographic control of the marine ecosystem in the south Shetland-Elephant Island and Bransfield Strait regionDeep-Sea Res. 519-542.
2009 ENSO and variability of the Antarctic Peninsula pelagic marine ecosystem.Ant. Sci.. 135-148.
2009 Multiple stable reference points in oyster populations: biological relationships of the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) in Delaware BayFish Bull.. 109-132.
2009 Multiple stable reference points in oyster populations: implications for reference point-based management.Fish Bull..
2009 Understanding how disease and environment combine to structure resistence in estuarine bivalve populationsOceanography. 212-231.
2008 Differential modulation of eastern oyster (Crassostria virginica) disease parasites by the El-Ni˜no-Southern Oscillation and the North Atlantic OscillationInt. J. Earth Sci.. 99-114.
2008 Estimation of shelf-slope exchanges induced by frontal instability near submarine canyonsJ. geophys. Res.. C05016.
2008 The effect of Antarctic Circumpolar Current transport on the frontal variability in Drake PassageDyn. Atm. Ocns,. 208-228.
2008 Upper ocean variability in the west Antarctic Peninsula continental shelf waters as measured using instrumented sealsDeep-Sea Res. II,. 323-337.
2007 Benthic predators and northern quahog (=hard clam)(Mercenaria mercenaria Linnaeus, 1758) populationsJ. Shellfish Res.. 995-1010.
2007 Is oyster shell a sustainable estuarine resource?J. Shell. Res. 181-194.
2007 The influence of sea ice cover and icebergs on circulation and water mass formation in a numerical circulation model of the Ross Sea, AntarcticaJ. geophys. Res.. C11013.
2006 A population dynamics model of the Hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria: development of the age- and length-frequency structure of the population.J. Shellfish Res.. 417-444.
2006 Transport of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) across the Scotia Sea Part I: Circulation and particle tracking simulationsDeep-Sea Res. I. 987-1010.
2006 Understanding the Success and Failure of Oyster Populations: Climatic Cycles and Perkinsus marinusJ. Shellfish Res.. 83-94.
2005 The role of feeding behavior in sustaining copepod populations in the tropical oceanJ. Plank. Res. 1013-1031.

Conference Papers

Year Title
2015 Overfiltration of marine diseases II: compartmental models and water column simulations.  611-611.

Education And Training

  • Ph.D. in Marine Science, North Carolina State University 1980
  • M.S. in Physics, University of North Carolina 1975
  • B.S. in Physics, Clemson University 1972
  • Full Name

  • John Klinck