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Aquatic Commons (29,573 recursos)
The Aquatic Commons is a thematic digital repository covering the natural marine, estuarine /brackish and fresh water environments . It includes all aspects of the science, technology, management and conservation of these environments, their organisms and resources, and the economic, sociological and legal aspects.

Subject = Fisheries

Mostrando recursos 1 - 20 de 11,025

1. Integrating time-series of community monitoring data - Pattengill-Semmens, C.V.; Semmens, B.X.; Holmes, E.E.; Ward, E.J.; Ruttenberg, B.I.

2. Environmental and anthropogenic drivers to basin-wide patterns in Caribbean reef fish diversity - Semmens, B.X.; Ward, E.; Holmes, E.

3. Fecundidad y Frecuencia de Desove de la Cuna Gata Mycteroperca tigris (Serranidae, Epinephelinae) en el Sureste del Golfo de México. - Nóh-Quiñones, V.; Brulé, T.; Caballero, D.; Peréz, E.

4. Using otolith shape analysis to identify different stocks of Epinephelus morio from the Campeche Bank. - Renán, X.; Pérez-Díaz, E.; Colás-Morrufo, T.; Garza-Pérez, J.R.; Brulé, T.

5. Juvenile Nassau Grouper (Epinephelus striatus) utilization of nearshore habitats with evidence of adult connectivity to a spawning aggregation site. [Extended abstract] - Legare, B.; Maize, K.; Nemeth, R.

6. Sexualidad y Ciclo Sexual de la Cuna Gata Mycteroperca tigris de los Arrecifes Coralinos del Banco de Campeche (Sureste del Golfo de México) - Caballero-Arango, D.; Brulé, T.; Colás-Marrufo, T.; Tuz-Sulub, A.; Puerto-Novelo, E.

7. Long-term site fidelity of tagged red hinds Epinenephelus guttatus at two spawning aggregation sites in Bermuda. - Luckhurst, B.E.

8. Mating aggregations in need of ‘makeover’. - Sadovy de Mitcheson, Y.

9. Reef fish management and the Great Barrier Reef. [Extended abstract] - Russell, M.

10. Development of an alternative novel method for monitoring recovery on spawning aggregations.[Extended abstract] - Archer, S.; Heppell, S.; Semmens, B.; Pattengill-Semens, C.; Bush, P.; McCroy, C.; Heppell, S.; Johnson, B.

11. Diver ecotourism and disturbance to reef fish spawning aggregations: it is better to be disturbed than to be dead - Heyman, W.D.; Carr, L.M.; Lobel, P.S.

12. Agregaciones Reproductivas de Grandes Serranidos en el Amp Centro de la Reserva de Biosfera Seaflower. - Bent Hooker, H.; Santos-Martinez, A.; Peñaloza, G.; Taylor, E.

13. Progress in assessing geomorphological characteristics and reef fish utilization of reported reef fish aggregation sites in the Florida Keys, USA. [Extended abstract] - Kellison, T.; Taylor, C.; Gleason, A.; Acosta, A.; Morley, D.; Feeley, M.

14. Genetic connectivity of Nassau grouper aggregations in the Caribbean Sea. - Jackson, A.; Semmens, B.X.; Nemeth, R.S.; Bush, P.G.

15. Yellowfin Grouper (Mycteroperca venenosa): reproductive biology, behavior and conservation of a large Caribbean grouper. - Kadison, E.; Nemeth, R.; Brown-Peterson, N.; Blondeau, J.; Smith, T.; Calnan, J.

16. Interactions among three species of Sharks and Grouper spawning aggregations in the US Virgin Islands - Nemeth, R.S.; Wetherbee, B.; Shivji, Mahmood; Marini, J.; Fung, K.; Blondeau, J.; Kadison, E.

17. Oceanographic patterns associated with Nassau Grouper aggregation spawn timing: shifts in surface currents on the nights of peak spawning - Heppell, S.A.; Semmens, B.X.; Pattengill-Semmens, C.V.; Bush, P.G.; Johnson, B.C.; McCoy, C.M.; Gibbs, J.; Heppell, S.S.

18. Comparisons between abundance estimates from underwater visual census and Catch per Unit effort in a patch reef system - Karnauskas, M.; Babcock, E.A.

19. Detection of Mona Island and Abrir La Sierra, Puerto Rico Red Hind (Epinephelus guttatus) 1 m off the bottom with hydroacoustic techniques - Rivera, J.; Kellison, T.; Appeldoorn, R.S.; Schärer, M.; Nemeth, M.; Rowell, T.; Mateos, D.; Nealson, P.

20. Use of passive acoustics to map Grouper spawning aggregations, with emphasis on Red Hind, Epinephelus guttatus, off western Puerto Rico - Rowell, T.J.; Appelldoorn, R.S.; Rivera, J.A.; Mann, D.A.; Kellison, T.; Nemeth, M.; Schärer-Umpierre, M.

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