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Volume 66, Number 3, May 2000
Proceedings of the Second William R. and Lenore Mote International Symposium in Fisheries Ecology

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Free Content Preface
pp. 525-525(1)
Authors: Coleman, Felicia; Travis, Joseph

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Free Content Essential fish habitat and marine reserves: an introduction to the Second Mote Symposium in Fisheries Ecology
pp. 527-534(8)
Authors: Conover, David O.; Travis, Joseph; Coleman, Felicia C.

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Free Content Ecosystem approaches to fishery management through essential fish habitat
pp. 535-542(8)
Authors: Rosenberg, Andrew; Bigford, Thomas E.; Leathery, Stephen; Hill, Ronald L.; Bickers, Keith

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Free Content Marine reserves and the restoration of fisheries and marine ecosystems in the South China Sea
pp. 543-566(24)
Authors: Pitcher, Tony J.; Watson, Reg; Haggan, Nigel; Guénette, Sylvie; Kennish, Robin; Sumaila, Ussif R.; Cook, David; Wilson, Keith; Leung, Albert

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Free Content No reserve is an island: marine reserves and nonindigenous species
pp. 567-580(14)
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Free Content Selecting marine reserve locations: optimality versus opportunism
pp. 581-592(12)
Author: Roberts, Callum M.

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Free Content Protection of fish spawning habitat for the conservation of warm-temperate reef-fish fisheries of shelf-edge reefs of Florida
pp. 593-616(24)
Authors: Koenig, Christopher C.; Coleman, Felicia C.; Grimes, Churchill B.; Fitzhugh, Gary R.; Scanlon, Kathryn M.; Gledhill, Christopher T.; Grace, Mark

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Free Content Marine reserves: parks, baselines, and fishery enhancement
pp. 617-634(18)
Authors: Dayton, Paul K.; Sala, Enric; Tegner, Mia J.; Thrush, Simon

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Free Content Stage structure, density dependence and the efficacy of marine reserves
pp. 675-690(16)
Authors: St. Mary, Colette M.; Osenberg, Craig W.; Frazer, Thomas K.; Lindberg, William J.

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Free Content Designing a Dry Tortugas Ecological Reserve: How big is big enough? …to do what?
pp. 707-719(13)
Authors: Dahlgren, Craig P.; Sobel, Jack

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Free Content Black grouper aggregations in relation to protected areas within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
pp. 721-728(8)
Authors: Eklund, Anne-Marie; McClellan, David B.; Harper, Douglas E.

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Free Content The use of marine protected areas for conservation of lingcod (Ophiodon elongatus)
pp. 729-743(15)
Authors: Martell, Steven J. D.; Walters, Carl J.; Wallace, Scott S.

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Free Content Synthesis of linkages between benthic and fish communities as a key to protecting essential fish habitat
pp. 759-774(16)
Authors: Peterson, Charles H.; Summerson, Henry C.; Thomson, Elizabeth; Lenihan, Hunter S.; Grabowski, Jonathan; Manning, Lisa; Micheli, Fiorenza; Johnson, Galen

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Free Content Large-scale closed areas as a fishery-management tool in temperate marine systems: the Georges Bank experience
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Authors: Murawski, S. A.; Brown, R.; Lai, H.-L.; Rago, P. J.; Hendrickson, L.

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Free Content Source-sink population dynamics and the problem of siting marine reserves
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Authors: Crowder, L. B.; Lyman, S. J.; Figueira, W. F.; Priddy, J.

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Free Content Larval accumulation and retention: implications for the design of marine reserves and essential habitat
pp. 821-830(10)
Authors: Warner, Robert R.; Swearer, Stephen E.; Caselle, Jennifer E.

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Free Content The potential of marine reserves for the management of northern cod in Newfoundland
pp. 831-852(22)
Authors: Guénette, Sylvie; Pitcher, Tony J.; Walters, Carl J.

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Free Content Can marine protected areas restore and conserve stock attributes of reef fishes?
pp. 853-873(21)
Authors: Trexler, Joel C.; Travis, Joseph

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Free Content Pastures, fences, tragedies and marine reserves
pp. 901-916(16)
Author: Milon, J. Walter

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Free Content Primary factors affecting sturgeon populations in the southeastern United States: fishing mortality and degradation of essential habitats
pp. 917-928(12)
Authors: Collins, Mark R.; Rogers, S. Gordon; Smith, Theodore I. J.; Moser, Mary L.

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Free Content Developmental patterns within a multispecies reef fishery: management applications for essential fish habitats and protected areas
pp. 929-956(28)
Authors: Lindeman, Kenyon C.; Pugliese, Roger; Waugh, Gregg T.; Ault, Jerald S.

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