Assessing southern flounder ( Paralichthys lethostigma ) long-term population trends in the northern Gulf of Mexico using time series analyses

@inproceedings{Froeschkea2011AssessingSF,
  title={Assessing southern flounder ( Paralichthys lethostigma ) long-term population trends in the northern Gulf of Mexico using time series analyses},
  author={Bridgette F. Froeschkea and Blair Sterba-Boatwrightb and Gregory W. Stunza},
  year={2011}
}
  • Bridgette F. Froeschkea, Blair Sterba-Boatwrightb, Gregory W. Stunza
  • Published 2011
A long-term fisheries independent data set (1975–2008) was used to assess population trends of juvenile and adult southern flounder (Paralichthys lethostigma) along the Texas coast in the northern Gulf of Mexico, USA. The dataset contained a total of 46,784 sites that were sampled with bag seines to monitor small nekton abundance and 22,870 sites that were… CONTINUE READING