Habitat Utilization and Biological Characteristics of Adult Atlantic Sturgeon in Two South Carolina Rivers

@article{Collins2000HabitatUA,
  title={Habitat Utilization and Biological Characteristics of Adult Atlantic Sturgeon in Two South Carolina Rivers},
  author={M. Collins and Theodore J. I. Smith and W. Post and O. Pashuk},
  journal={Transactions of The American Fisheries Society},
  year={2000},
  volume={129},
  pages={982-988}
}
Abstract Thirty-nine adult Atlantic sturgeon Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus (136–234 cm total length) were caught in gill nets fished at historical sturgeon-fishing locations in the Combahee and Edisto rivers (South Carolina) during spring and fall 1998. All fish were tagged (with passive integrated transponders and darts), and radio and acoustic transmitters were surgically implanted in 29 fish. When possible, gonad biopsies were taken for sex and maturity-stage determination. Locations of… Expand
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