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Title: Early life history and relative abundance of blacktip and other coastal sharks in eastern gulf of Mexico nursery areas, including bycatch mortality of sharks and associated fishes. Final report.
Authors: Hueter, Robert E.
Keywords: blacktip shark
Carcharhinus limbatus
Yankeetown (Florida)
Tampa Bay (Florida)
Charlotte Harbor (Florida)
Issue Date: 27-Apr-1999
Publisher: Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, FL.
Series/Report no.: Mote Technical Report ;
No. 630
Abstract: Florida Gulf of Mexico coastal areas were assessed as nurseries for blacktip and other sharks. Monthly, random stratified, fishery-independent sampling by gill net in three Florida coastal areas (Yankeetown, lower Tampa Bay, and Pine Island/Charlotte Harbor)were were conducted from March through October 1995-97. Stomach content analysis on Table 7.
Description: i, 24 p. Tables.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2075/104
Appears in Collections:Center for Shark Research - All Programs
Elasmobranch Ecology, Biology, Physiology, and Conservation
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