Shark nursery grounds from the gulf and also the new england waters from the u . s . states

Shark nursery grounds from the gulf and also the new england waters from the u . s . states Delineation of the

Camilla T. McCandless, Nancy E. Kohler, and Harold L. Pratt, Junior., editors

402 pages, Symposium 50

Printed through the American Fisheries Society

Publication date: December 2007

ISBN: 978-1-888569-81-


Within the mid to late 1990’s, the requirement for a much better knowledge of shark nursery habitat in U.S. seaside waters motivated the initiation of countless detailed studies of shark nursery grounds in many of the New England and Gulf states from Colonial to Texas. Within this book, researchers from universities and condition and federal agencies lead info on lengthy-term shark nursery studies, studies on juveniles within established nursery areas, and a few studies in early stages of development. It starts with an instalment on nursery areas essential shark habitats and future directions for shark nursery studies, and concludes with species summary tables of nursery habitat characteristics reported within this volume.


Nursery Areas essential Shark Habitats: A Theoretical Perspective (Michael R. Heithaus)

Part 1: Waters from the U.S. Chesapeake Bay

Shark Nursery Areas within the Seaside Waters of Massachusetts (Gregory B. Skomal)

Sandbar Shark Nurseries in Nj and New You are able to: Proof of Northern Pupping Grounds across the U . s . States New England (Rebeka R. Merson and Harold L. Pratt, Junior.)

Distribution, Localized Abundance, Movements, and Migrations of Juvenile Sandbar Sharks Tagged in Delaware Bay (Camilla T. McCandless, Harold L. Pratt, Junior., Nancy E. Kohler, Rebeka R. Merson, and Conrad W. Recksiek)

Spatial Delineation of Summer time Nursery Areas for Juvenile Sandbar Sharks in Chesapeake Bay, Virginia (R. Dean Grubbs and John A. Musick)

Lengthy-Term Movements, Migration, and Temporal Delineation of the Summer time Nursery for Juvenile Sandbar Sharks within the Chesapeake Bay Region (R. Dean Grubbs, John A. Musick, Christina L. Conrath, and Jason G. Romine)

Survey from the Shark Fauna in 2 Sc Estuaries and also the Impact of Salinity Structure (Daniel C. Abel, Robert F. Youthful, Jason A. Garwood, Mario J. Travaline, and Bree K. Yednock)

Habitat Utilization, Relative Abundance, and Seasonality of Sharks within the Estuarine and Nearshore Waters of Sc (Glenn F. Ulrich, Christian M. Johnson, William B. Driggers, III, J. Marcus Drymon, Douglas Oakley, and Catherine Riley)

Shark Nursery Grounds in Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve, Georgia (Christopher W. D. Gurshin)

Organochlorine Contaminants in Juvenile Sandbar and Blacktip Sharks from Major Nursery Areas around the New England from the U . s . States (James Gelsleichter, Nancy J. Szabo, and John J. Morris)

Preliminary Assessment of the Nearshore Nursery Ground for that Scalloped Hammerhead from the Chesapeake Bay of Florida (Douglas H. Adams and Richard Paperno)

Early Existence Good reputation for the Spinner Shark inside a Florida Nursery (Craig W. Aubrey and Franklin F. Snelson, Junior.)

Part 2: Gulf

Shark nursery grounds from the gulf and also the new england waters from the u . s . states New England

Species-Specific Distribution and Habitat Characteristics of Shark Nurseries in Gulf Waters off Peninsular Florida and Texas (Robert E. Hueter and John P. Tyminski)

The Nurse Shark, Mating and Nursery Habitat within the Dry Tortugas, Florida (Harold L. Pratt, Junior. and Jeffrey C. Carrier)

Notes around the Occurrence and Distribution of Elasmobranchs within the 10, 000 Islands Estuary, Florida (Pascale A. Steiner, Marcel Michel, and Patrick M. O’Donnell)

Results of Tidal Current around the Movement Patterns of Juvenile Bull Sharks and Blacktip Sharks (Pascale A. Steiner and Marcel Michel)

Exiting Terra Ceia Bay: A Test of Cues Stimulating Migration from the Summer time Nursery Area (Michelle R. Heupel)

Modeling the function of Sharks within the Trophic Dynamics of Apalachicola Bay, Florida (John K. Carlson)

Identification and Portrayal of Shark Nursery Grounds across the Mississippi and Alabama Gulf Coasts (Glenn R. Parsons and Eric R. Hoffmayer)

Shark Nursery Regions of Central Louisiana’s Nearshore Seaside Waters (Julie A. Neer, Jason K. Blackburn, and Bruce A. Thompson)

Delineation of Bull Shark Nursery Areas within the Inland and Seaside Waters of Louisiana (Jason K. Blackburn, Julie A. Neer, and Bruce A. Thompson)

Using Laguna Yalahau, Quintana Roo, Mexico like a Primary Nursery for that Blacktip Shark (Robert E. Hueter, J. Leonardo Castillo Géniz, J. Fernando Márquez Farias, and John P. Tyminski)

Species Specific Shark Nursery Habitat Summary Tables

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