Curriculum vitae

PSMcDonald_CV_07-27-16 (PDF updated July 27, 2016)

Publications (Peer reviewed)

Ryan, C, PS McDonald, DS Feinberg, LW Hall, JG Hamerly, and CW Wright. submitted. Digging deep: managing social and policy dimensions of geoduck aquaculture conflict in Puget Sound, Washington. Coastal Policy.

Ferriss, BE, JC Reum, PS McDonald, DM Farrell, and CJ Harvey. 2015. Evaluating trophic and non-trophic effects of shellfish aquaculture in a coastal estuarine foodweb. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil DOI:10.1093/icesjms/fsv173

Reum, JC, BE Ferriss, PS McDonald, DM Farrell, CJ Harvey, T Klinger, and PS Levin. 2015. Evaluating community impacts of ocean acidification using qualitative network models. Marine Ecology Progress Series 536:11-24.

Reum, JC, PS McDonald, BE Ferriss, DM Farrell, CJ Harvey, and PS Levin. 2015. Qualitative network models in support of ecosystem approaches to bivalve aquaculture. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 72(8), 2278-2288.

McDonald, PS, TE Essington, JP Davis, AWE Galloway, BC Stevick, GC Jensen, GR VanBlaricom, and DA Armstrong. 2015. Distribution, abundance, and habitat associations of a large bivalve (Panopea generosa) in a eutrophic, fjord estuary. Journal of Shellfish Research 34(1) 137-145.

McDonald, PS, AWE Galloway, KC McPeek, and GR VanBlaricom. 2015. Effects of geoduck (Panopea generosa Gould, 1850) aquaculture gear on resident and transient macrofauna communities of Puget Sound, Washington. Journal of Shellfish Research 34(1) 189-202.

VanBlaricom, GR, J Price, J Olden, and PS McDonald. 2015. Ecological effects of the harvest phase of geoduck clam (Panopea generosa Gould, 1850) 1 aquaculture on infaunal communities in southern Puget Sound, Washington USA. Journal of Shellfish Research 34(1) 171-187.

McPeek, KC, PS McDonald, and GR VanBlaricom. 2014. Aquaculture Disturbance Impacts the Diet but not Ecological Linkages of a Ubiquitous Predatory Fish. Estuaries and Coasts 10.1007/s12237-014-9909-z

McDonald, PS. 2013. Dungeness crab. In: Miller, IM., C Shishido, L Antrim, and EC Bowlby. Climate Change and the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary: Interpreting Potential Futures. Marine Sanctuaries Conservation Series ONMS-13-01. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Silver Spring, MD. 232 pp.

McDonald, PS, K Cardinal, E Timmins-Schiffman, and L Whitely Binder. 2012. Assessing vulnerability of Dungeness crab to Climate Change. In Assessing Vulnerability of West Coast Fisheries to a Changing Climate. Washington Sea Grant, University of Washington

Mach, ME, CD Levings, PS McDonald, and KMA Chan. 2011. An Atlantic infaunal engineer is established in the Northeast Pacific: Clymenella torquata (Polychaeta: Maldanidae) on the British Columbia and Washington Coasts. Biological Invasions, DOI: 10.1007/s10530-011-0096-6

Armstrong, DA, PS McDonald, GH Kruse, AH Hines, and JM Orensanz. 2010. A crab for all seasons: the confluence of fisheries and climate as drivers of crab abundance and distribution. In: GH Kruse, GL Eckert, RJ Foy, RN Lipcius, B Sainte-Marie, DL Stram, and D Woodby (eds.), Biology and Management of Exploited Crab Populations under Climate Change. Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks. doi:10.4027/bmecpcc.2010.05

McDonald, PS, and BL Bingham. 2010. Comparing macroalgal food and habitat choice in sympatric, tube-building amphipods, Ampithoe lacertosa and Peramphithoe humeralis. Marine Biology 157(7):1513-1524, DOI: 10.1007/s00227-010-1425-5

Holsman, KK, PS McDonald, PA Barreyro, and DA Armstrong. 2010. Restoration through eradication? Removal of an invasive bioengineer restores some habitat function for a native predator. Ecological Applications 20(8):2249-2262

 Smith, R, and PS McDonald. 2010. Examining the effects of predator exclusion structures associated with geoduck aquaculture on mobile benthic macrofauna in South Puget Sound, Washington. Northwestern Undergraduate Research Journal 5(2009-2010): 11-16

Banas, NS, PS McDonald, and DA Armstrong. 2009. A lagrangian modeling approach to investigate retention of larval green crab, Carcinus maenas, in Willapa Bay, Washington, USA. Estuaries and Coasts (2009) 32:893–905; DOI 10.1007/s12237-009-9175-7.

Jensen, GC, PS McDonald, and DA Armstrong. 2007. Biotic resistance to green crabs in west coast bays. Marine Biology 151(6): 2231-2243; DOI 10.1007/s00227-007-0658-4.

 McDonald, PS, KK Holsman, DA Beauchamp, BR Dumbauld, and DA Armstrong. 2006. Bioenergetics modeling to investigate habitat use by the nonindigenous crab, Carcinus maenas, in Willapa Bay, Washington, USA. Estuaries and Coasts 29(6B): 1132-1149.

Holsman, KK, PS McDonald, and DA Armstrong. 2006. Patterns of intertidal migration and habitat use by subadult Dungeness crab (Cancer magister Dana) in a coastal estuary of the northeastern Pacific. Marine Ecology Progress Series 308: 183-195

 McDonald, PS. 2006. The European green crab, Carcinus maenas. In Invasive Species in the Pacific Northwest. Eds. Boersma, PD, SE Reichard, and AN Van Buren. Seattle, University of Washington Press

McDonald, PS. 2006. The Siberian prawn, Exopalaemon modestus. In Invasive Species in the Pacific Northwest. Eds. Boersma, PD, SE Reichard, and AN Van Buren. Seattle, University of Washington Press

Visser, E, PS McDonald, and DA Armstrong. 2004. The impact of yellow shore crabs, Hemigrapsus oregonensis, on early benthic phase Dungeness crabs, Cancer magister, in intertidal oyster shell mitigation habitat. Estuaries 27(4): 699-715

Jensen, GC, PS McDonald, and DA Armstrong. 2002. East meets west: competitive   interactions between green crab, Carcinus maenas, and native and introduced Hemigrapsus spp. Marine Ecology Progress Series 225: 251-262

McDonald, PS, GC Jensen, and DA Armstrong. 2001. The competitive and predatory impacts of the nonindigenous crab Carcinus maenas (L.) on early benthic phase Dungeness crab Cancer magister Dana. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 258(1): 39-54