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Estimated survival rates for immature red drum in northwest Gulf of Mexico bays.
A mean annual survival rate of 15 +- 2 % (S.E.) was estimated for tagged red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) for the period November 1975-April 1979 in bays of the northwest Gulf of Mexico. Annual survival estimates were ...
Texas artificial reef fishery management plan Volume 3: Executive Summary
(Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Coastal Fisheries Branch, 1990)
Artificial reefs can be used with other fishery management techniques designed to achieve optimum yield from fisheries. The Texas legislature recognized this potential with the passage of the artificial reef act of 1989, ...
Demise of the snook fishery in Texas.
The objectives of this manuscript are to document the range and magnitude of the historical fishery for snook in Texas and to examine possible reasons for its demise.
Black drum movement in Texas bays.
Black drum (Pogonias cromis) movement in Texas bays is reported for fish tagged and released with internal abdominal anchor tags between November 1975 and August 1980. Intrabay movement was substantial with almost one-half ...
Description of multiple census tagging program for marine fisheries management
(Texas Chapter, American Fisheries Society, 1980)
A multiple census tagging program is being conducted on the Texas coast utilizing internal abdominal anchor tags. Features of this study include a simultaneous standardized random sampling scheme in eight bay systems and ...
A temperature compensated von Bertalanffy growth model for tagged red drum and black drum in Texas bays.
Estimates of von Bertalanffy growth model (VBFM) parameters K and L were made for red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus), and black drum (Pogonias cromis), tagged and recaptured in Texas bays from November 1975 through June 1985. ...