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Homogeneity across mail survey waves: A replicated study
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An estimation of the total number of Texas fishermen, 1 September 1978- 31 August 1979
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department mailed 2 different survey questionnaires to 5,000 randomly selected households to estimate the number of residents fishing and the ways they fished in Texas from 1 September 1978 ...
Sampling nearshore estuarine fishes with rotenone
Sampling with rotenone is an effective method for providing abundance estimates of estuarine fishes at nearshore locations. However, the determination of recovery rates for individual species is critical for estimating ...
Trends in spotted seatrout and red drum abundance in Texas coastal waters influenced by commercial netting activities.
Spotted seatrout (Cynoscion nebulosus) and red drum (Sciaenops ocellata) population in Texas bays were randomly sampled with 183 m long gill nets November 1975 through March 1976 and November 1976 through March 1977. Catch ...
Use of on-going tagging programs to validate scale readings.
(Iowa State University Press, 1987)
Red drum is an economically important sport and commercial fish along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States. Continuation of these fisheries depends on reliable age and growth information for use in yield models. ...