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Coral bleaching, hurricane damage, and benthic cover on coral reefs in St. John, U.S. Virgin islands: A comparison of surveys with the chain transect method and videography
Can differential bleaching and mortality among coral species offer useful indicators for assessment and management of reefs under stress?
Advances in captive husbandry and propagation: An easily utilized reef replenishment means from the private sector?
Six new genera and six new species of soft coral, and some proposed familial and subfamilial changes within the Alcyonacea (Coelenterata: Octocorallia)
Assessment 'toolbox': Community-based reef evaluation methods coupled with geochemical techniques to identify sources of stress
Pachyclavulariolides M-R, Six Novel Diterpenoids from a Taiwanese Soft Coral Pachyclavularia violacea
In general, ChesMMAP is fishery-independent monitoring survey that uses a large-mesh bottom trawl to sample late juvenile-to-adult fishes in the mainstem of Chesapeake Bay. This program currently provides data on relative abundance, length, weight, sex ratio, maturity, age, and trophic interactions for several important fish species that inhabit the bay seasonally.
NEAMAP stands for NorthEast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program. NEAMAP was developed to meet the needs of fisheries management and stock assessment activities in the northeastern United States. NEAMAP began in 2006 with a fall pilot survey and in 2008 began conducting both a spring and fall survey. NEAMAP samples from Cape Cod, MA south to Cape Hatteras, NC and targets both juvenile and adult fishes. NEAMAP is an integrated, cooperative state/federal data collection program. Its mission is to facilitate the collection and dissemination of fishery-independent information obtained in the Northeast for use by state and federal fisheries management agencies, the fishing industry (commercial and recreational),...
Recent changes in coral assemblages of a South African coral reef, with recommendations for long-term monitoring