Coastal and Estuarine Fisheries


T. Grabowski- Characterization of the Function of Different Call Types in Spawning Spotted Seatrout

M. Walker- Increasing the Genetic Effective Population Size of Hatchery-Produced Spotted Seatrout

M. Stratton- Is Cape Hatteras, NC a True Biogeographic Barrier for Nearshore Fishes and Invertebrates?

P. Rudershausen- Survival of a Salt Marsh Fish Among Variably Altered Tidal Creeks in a Coastal Landscape

S. Ramsden– The Effect of Season on the Residency and Distribution of Atlantic Stingray in Two Georgia Creeks

A. Margiotta- Is Rugosity on Intertidal Oyster Reefs Related to Spat and Associated Resident Fauna?

E. Knight- Maturation and Fecundity of the Two Striped Bass Populations

C. Kemp- Defining Fish Communities: Factors Affecting the Organization of Fish Communities in the Mobile Bay Estuary

Q. Hall- Determination of Seasonal Abundance and Density of Nekton Species Proximal to Cedar Bayou

D. Ferons- Mercury Concentrations in Two Tertiary Consumers in a Salt Marsh

L. Duermit- The Ecological Consequences of Claw Removal on Stone Crabs and Their Fishery Implications

C. Brinton- Fine scale movements of the Atlantic Stingray: a tidal or diel pattern?

K. Bittler- Blue Crabs and Freshwater Inflows: A National Perspective

D. Bethea- Distribution and Community Structure of Coastal Sharks in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico

C. Bangley- A Potential Emergent Nursery Habitat for the Bull Shark in Pamlico Sound, North Carolina

E. Arb- Beach Nourishment’s Effect on Movements of Juvenile Florida Pompano and Gulf Kingfish