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Fishery Bulletin 97(3), July 1999

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Articles

Austin, Herbert M., Daniel Scoles, and Allison J. Abell
Morphometric separation of annual cohorts within mid-Atlantic bluefish, Pomatomus saltatrix, using discriminant function analysis, p. 411-420
[email: Haustin@vims.edu]

Bertignac, Michel, John Hampton, and Atilio L. Coan Jr.
Estimates of exploitation rates for north Pacific albacore, Thunnus alalunga, from tagging data, p. 421-433
[email: michelbe@spc.org.nc]

Broadhurst, Matt K., Roger B. Larsen, Steven J. Kennelly, and Paul E. McShane
Use and success of composite square-mesh codends in reducing bycatch and in improving size-selectivity of prawns in Gulf St. Vincent, South Australia, p. 434-448
[email: fhvhazin@truenet.com.br]

DeMartini, Edward E., and Boulderson B. Lau
Morphometric criteria for estimating sexual maturity in two snappers, Etelis carbunculus and Pristipomoides sieboldii, p. 449-458
[email: Edward.DeMartini@noaa.gov]

Franks, James S., James R. Warren, and Michael V. Buchanan
Age and growth of cobia, Rachycentron canadum, from the northeastern Gulf of Mexico, p. 459-471
[email: jfranks@seahorse.ims.usm.edu]

Friedland, Kevin D., Jean-Denis Dutil, and Teresa Sadusky
Growth patterns in postsmolts and the nature of the marine juvenile nursery for Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, p. 472-481
[email: friedlandk@forwild.umass.edu]

Hannah, Robert W.
A new method for indexing spawning stock and recruitment in ocean shrimp, Pandalus jordani, and preliminary evidence for a stock-recruitment relationship, p. 482-494
[email: bob.hannah@hmsc.orst.edu]

Labropoulou, Mary, Athanasios Machias, and Nikolaos Tsimenides
Habitat selection and diet of juvenile red porgy, Pagrus pagrus (Linnaeus, 1758), p. 495-507
[email: mlabro@posidon.ncmr.gr]

Lindeman, Kenyon C., and David B. Snyder
Nearshore hardbottom fishes of southeast Florida and effects of habitat burial caused by dredging, p. 508-525
[email: klindeman@rsmas.miami.edu]

Nates, Sergio F., and Darryl L. Felder
Growth and maturation of the ghost shrimp Lepidophthalmus sinuensis Lemaitre and Rodrigues, 1991 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Callianassidae), a burrowing pest in penaeid shrimp culture ponds, p. 526-541
[email: dlf4517@usl.edu]

Perkins, Peter C., and Elizabeth F. Edwards
Capture rate as a function of school size in pantropical spotted dolphins, Stenella attenuata, in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean, p. 542-554
[email: peter@caliban.ucsd.edu]

Rilling, Gene C., and Edward D. Houde
Regional and temporal variability in growth and mortality of bay anchovy, Anchoa mitchilli, larvae in Chesapeake Bay, p. 555-569
[email: chris.rilling@po.state.ct.us]

Roa, Rubén, Billy Ernst, and Fabián Tapia
Estimation of size at sexual maturity: an evaluation of analytical and resampling procedures, p. 570-580
[email: rroa@udec.cl]

Rooker, Jay R., Scott A. Holt, G. Joan Holt, and Lea A. Fuiman
Spatial and temporal variability in growth, mortality, and recruitment potential of postsettlement red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, in a subtropical estuary, p. 581-590
[email: rookerj@tamug.tamu.edu]

Sigler, Michael F.
Estimation of sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria, abundance off Alaska with an age-structured population model, p. 591-603
[email: Mike.Sigler@noaa.gov]

Sladek Nowlis, Joshua, and Callum M. Roberts
Fisheries benefits and optimal design of marine reserves, p. 604-616
[email: JSNowlis@cacmc.org]

Somerton, David A., and Robert S. Otto
Net efficiency of a survey trawl for snow crab, Chionoecetes opilio, and Tanner crab, C. bairdi, p. 617-625
[email: david.somerton@noaa.gov]

Szedlmayer, Stephen T., and Joseph Conti
Nursery habitats, growth rates, and seasonality of age-0 red snapper, Lutjanus campechanus, in the northeast Gulf of Mexico, p. 626-635
[email: sszedlma@acesag.auburn.edu]

Thomas, Ross, and Natalie A. Moltschaniwskyj
Ontogenetic changes in size and shape of statoliths: implications for age and growth of the short-lived tropical squid Sepioteuthis lessoniana (Cephalopoda: Loliginidae), p. 636-645
[email: natalie.moltschaniwskyj@utas.edu.au]

Valle, Charles F., John W. O’Brien, and Kris B. Wiese
Differential habitat use by California halibut, Paralichthys californicus, barred sand bass, Paralabrax nebulifer, and other juvenile fishes in Alamitos Bay, California, p. 646-660
[email: cvalle@dfg2.ca.gov]

Van Eeckhaute, Lutgarde A. M., Stratis Gavaris, and Edward A. Trippel
Movements of haddock, Melanogrammus aeglefinus, on eastern Georges Bank determined from a population model incorporating temporal and spatial detail, p. 661-679
[email: Van-EeckhauteL@mar.dfo-mpo.gc.ca]

Woodbury, David
Reduction of growth in otoliths of widow and yellowtail rockfish (Sebastes entomelas and S. flavidus) during the 1983 El Niño, p. 680-689
[email: David.Woodbury@noaa.gov]

Xiao, Yongshun
General age- and time-dependent growth models for animals, p. 690-701
[email: xiao.yongshun@pi.sa.gov.au]

Ye, Yimin, and Hussain M. A. Mohammed
An analysis of variation in catchability of green tiger prawn, Penaeus semisulcatus, in waters off Kuwait, p. 702-712
[email: yye@safat.kisr.edu.kw]

Notes

Griffith, Jason N., Andrew P. Hendry, and Thomas P. Quinn
Straying of adult sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, entering a non-natal hatchery, p. 713-716
[email: tquinn@fish.washington.edu]

Hunt, Sharon L., Timothy J. Mulligan, and Kenichiro Komori
Oceanic feeding habits of chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, off northern California, p. 717-721
[email: tjm2@axe.humboldt.edu]

Porter, Steven M., and Gail H. Theilacker
The development of the digestive tract and eye in larval walleye pollock, Theragra chalcogramma, p. 722-729
[email: sporter@afsc.noaa.gov]

Winner, Brent L., Robert H. McMichael Jr., and Laurel L. Brant
Evaluation of small T-anchor and dart tags for use in marking hatchery-reared juvenile red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, p. 730-735
[email: Winner_B@epic7.dep.State.fl.us]


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