Title Published Date
1. Live Reef Fish Information Bulletin 19

Live Reef Fish Information Bulletin 19

06 Aug 10
2. Goliath Grouper 2010 Interim Monitoring Results

Gropuper Monitoring Results (2010 Interim)

by Mike Phelan

23 Jul 10
3. Home range estimates for squaretail coralgrouper

A paper on home range estimates for squaretail coralgrouper, Plectropomus areolatus

Author: Hutchinson N. & Rhodes K. L.

http://www.springerlink.com/content/r2h8078kq1742250/

25 Jun 10
4. Sea Bream Aggregation, Peleliu, Palau

 

No actual spawning aggregation has been filmed but features a number of fascinating videos from Palau.

25 Jun 10
5. Bermuda's North Shore Closed For Fishing For 2 Months

To protect fish spawning aggregation area and the conservation and protection of the Blue-striped grunt Haemulon sciurus, Bermuda's North Shore is closed for fishing for 2 months from May 1 to June 30.

07 May 10
6. A Strategy for the Sustainable Use of Bermuda’s Living Marine Resources

Bermuda Government proposed a 15-year strategy to manage Bermuda's fisheries which includes a management plan for each main species, to be reviewed every three to five years. Research will incorporate stock status, spawning aggregation and movement patterns. Age, growth and reproduction studies will help to set minimum legal sizes.

23 Apr 10
7. Two journal articles on fish spawning aggregations

Two journal articles on fish spawning aggregations:

26 Mar 10
8. Report on commercially important Serranid fishes from the Gulf of California

Report on commercially important Serranid fishes from the Gulf of California: ecology, fisheries, and conservation

http://cmbc.ucsd.edu/People/Students/aburto/Ciencia_y_Conservacion_Vol2008No1_eng.pdf

16 Mar 10
9. How do hundreds of millions of fish decide to join ranks and take a swim together?

How do hundreds of millions of fish decide to join ranks and take a swim together?

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/80beats/2009/03/27/a-fishy-critical-mass-makes-millions-of-herrings-swim-together/

16 Mar 10
10. Damage to Threatened Gulf of California Habitats Can be Reversed


Researcher from Scripps Institution of Oceanography of University of California, San Diego indicated that damage to threatened Gulf of California habitats can be reversed.

 Rocky reefs can exhibit stages of human impact
© Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego 2010.

See more: http://scrippsnews.ucsd.edu/Releases/?releaseID=1049

09 Mar 10