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The effects of barotrauma on the catch-and-release survival of southern California nearshore and shelf rockfish (Scorpaenidae, Sebastes spp.)
Two experiments were used to assess the effects of barotrauma on initial capture survival and short-term postrecompression survival of line-caught (range 18–225 m) southern California rockfish (Seb...
Historic Fishery Interactions with White Sharks in the Southern California Bight
Chlorinated hydrocarbons in pelagic forage fishes and squid of the Southern California Bight.
- E. Jarvis, K. Schiff, Lisa D. Sabin, M. Allen
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Environmental toxicology and chemistry
- 1 November 2007
Large quantities of DDT and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) have been historically discharged to the Southern California Bight (SCB). While these contaminants have bioaccumulated in… Expand
The degree and result of gillnet fishery interactions with juvenile white sharks in southern California assessed by fishery-independent and -dependent methods
a b s t r a c t Previous reports have documented juvenile white shark interactions with gillnet fisheries in southern California; however, there has been no quantification of the degree of this… Expand
Fine-scale horizontal and vertical movement of barred sand bass, Paralabrax nebulifer, during spawning and non-spawning seasons
Abstract Habitat use, ecotone edge response, activity space size and association with seafloor and thermocline were compared for spawning and non-spawning season barred sand bass ( Paralabrax… Expand
COMPARISON OF RECREATIONAL FISH CATCH TRENDS TO ENVIRONMENT-SPECIES RELATIONSHIPS AND FISHERY-INDEPENDENT DATA IN THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIGHT, 1980-2000
Although southern California recreational fish catches have changed in recent years, their relationship to environmental change is not well described. This study describes the relationship of… Expand
Spawning-Related Movements of Barred Sand Bass, Paralabrax nebulifer, in Southern California: Interpretations from Two Decades of Historical Tag and Recapture Data
Abstract During the 1960s and 1990s, the California Department of Fish and Game tagged 8,634 barred sand bass in southern California, and 972 fish (11%) were recaptured. Tag returns suggest barred… Expand
THE EFFECTS OF BAROTRAUMA ON THE CATCH-AND-RELEASE SURVIVAL OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEARSHORE AND SHELF ROCKFISHES
THE EFFECTS OF BAROTRAUMA ON THE CATCH-AND-RELEASE SURVIVAL OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEARSHORE AND SHELF ROCKFISH ES (SCORPAENIDAE, SEBASTES SPP.) By Erica T. Jarvis May 2007 Three experiments were… Expand
FIDELITY OF CHARACTERISTIC FISH SPECIES AT OFFSHORE OIL PLATFORMS IN THE SANTA BARBARA CHANNEL Final Report
In order to determine the ecological importance of California oil platforms for many economically important fishes, knowledge of their site fidelity and movements around platforms is essential. We… Expand
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