Works Cited – TX Shrimp

1. 50 CFR § 223.206

2. 50 CFR §600.133 Scientific and Statistical Committee (SSC)

3. 50 CFR § 622 .52 

4. Bielsa, L. M., Murdich, W.H. and R. F. Labisky. 1983. Species profiles: life histories and environmental requirements of coastal fishes and invertebrates (south Florida) — pink
shrimp. U.S. Fish Wildl. Serv. FWS/OBS-82111.17. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, TR EL-82-4. 21 pp.

5. Barnette, M.C. 2001. A review of the fishing gear utilized within the Southeast Region and their potential impacts on essential fish habitat. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-449 62pp

6. Blackmon, J.H., Jr. 1974. Observation on the immigration of the brown shrimp, Penaeus aztecus, through a tidal pass in the Caminada Bay, Louisiana area. ~1.S. Thesis. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. 58 pp.

7. Condrey, R., and D. Fuller. 1992. The US Gulf shrimp fishery. In M. H. Giantz (Editor),  Climate Variability, Climate Change and Fisheries, p. 89–119. Cambr. Univ. Press, U.K.

8. Drew, S.C., and R.E. Larsen. 1994. Worldwide trawl and dredge study. Unpublished report. Marine Data Systems. Plymouth, Massachusetts. 8pp.

9. Essential Fish Habitat Amendment 3.

10. Finkbeiner, E.M., Wallace, B.P.M Moore, J.E., Lewison, R.L., Crowder, L.B., Read, A.J. 2011. Cumulative estimates of sea turtle bycatch and mortality in USA fisheries between 1990 and 2007. Biological Conservation 144 (2011) 2719–2727.

11. FishWatch – brown shrimp.

12. FishWatch – pink shrimp.

13. FishWatch – white shrimp.

14. Florida Museum of Natural History – Smalltooth Sawfish

15. Fuls, B. Wagner, T., and McEachron, L.W. 2002. Characterization of Commercial Shrimp Trawl Bycatch in Texas During Spring and Fall Commercial Seasons: 1993-1995. Management Data Series no. 180.

16. Gaidry, W.J., III, and C.J. White. 1973. Investigations of commercially important penaeid shrimp in Louisiana estuaries. La. Wildl. Fish. Comm. Tech. Bull. 8. 154 pp,

17. Gallaway, Benny “Managing Shrimp Trawl Bycatch in the Gulf of Mexico” Powerpoint Presentation, Science and Sustainability Forum, New Orleans, October 2014.

18. Galveston Lab- current research

19. Graham, G.L, Veal, D., Hosking, B. 1983. “Hangs” and Bottom Obstructions of the Mississippi/Alabama Gulf Loran C.

20. Graham, G.L. 1975. Bottom Fishing Obstructions: Texas/Louisiana Gulf.

21. Griffin, W. L., R. D. Lacewell and J. p. Nichols. 1976. Optimum effort and rent distribution In the Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishery. Amer. J. Agr. Econ. Vol. 58, No.4. PP. 644-652.

22. Guillory, V. McMillen-Jackson, A. Hartman, L. Perry, H. Floyd, T. Wagner, T. Graham, G. 2001. Blue Crab Derelict Traps and Trap Removal Programs. Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission. Ocean Springs, MS.

23. Gulf FINFO.

24. Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council (GMFMC) Shrimp Fishery Management Plan (FMP) 1981

25. GMFMC Shrimp FMP – Amendment 9 1997 

26. GMFMC Shrimp FMP 2006 Regulatory Amendment

27. GMFMC Shrimp FMP Amendment 13

28. GMFMCS Shrimp FMP Amendment 14 2007

29. Loss

30. Hart, R.A. 2015. Stock Assessment Update for White Shrimp (Litopenaeus setiferus) in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico for 2014.

31. Hart, R.A. 2015. Stock Assessment Update for Brown Shrimp (Farfantepenaeus aztecus) in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico for 2014.

32. Hart, R.A. 2015. Stock Assessment Update for Pink Shrimp (Farfantepenaeus duorarum) in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico for 2014.

33. Hart, R.A and Nance, J.M. 2013. Three Decades of U.S. Gulf of Mexico White Shrimp,  Litopenaeus setiferus, Commercial Catch Statistics.

34. Helies, F.C. Graham, G., Parker, L., Jamison J. 2013. An Expanded Outreach Program and Technology Transfer of Updated Bycatch Reduction Devices and Turtle Excluder
Devices to the Southeastern U.S. Shrimp Industry. Final Report.

35. Hein, S. and P. Meier. 1995. Skimmers: Their development and use in coastal Louisiana. Marine Fisheries Review 57(1):17-24.

36. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES). 1973. Effects of trawls and dredges on the seabed. ICES. Gear and Behavior Committee. ICES CM 1973/B:2.

37. ICES. 1991. Report of thee study group on ecosystem effects of fishing activities, Lewstoft,  11-15 March 1991. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea. Study Group on Ecosystem Effects of Fishing Activities. ICES CM 1991/G:7. 66pp 36. ICES. 1995. Report of the study group on ecosystem effects of fishing activities, Copenhagen,  Denmark, 7-14 April 1992. ICES Cooperative Research report, Number 200, 120 pp.

38. Jennings, S., and M.J. Kaiser. 1998. The effects of fishing on marine ecosystems. In J.H.S. Blaxter, A.J. Southward, and P.A. Tyler (editors), Advances in Marine Biology, 34:201-352.

39. Jones, J.B. 1992. Environmental impact of trawling on the seabed: a review. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 26(1): 59-67

40. Lassuy, D. R. 1983. Species profiles : Life histories and environmental requirements (Gulf of Mexico) — brown shrimp. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Division of Biological
Services. FWSIOBS-82/11.1. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, TR EL-82-4. 15 pp.

41. Magnusen-Stevens Act

42. Muncy, R.J. 1984. Species Profiles: Life Histories and Environmental Requirements of Coastal Fishes and Invertebrates (South Atlantic) – White Shrimp. U.S Fish and Wildlife Services. FWS/OBS-82/11.27. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, TR EL-8-4. 19pp.

43. Nance, J. 2009. Stock Assessment Report 2008 Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Fishery

44. NOAA. 2015. 2015 Annual Determination to Implement Sea Turtle Observer Requirement.

45. NOAA Fisheries. 2014. Biological Opinion. Reinitiation of Endangered Species Act (ESA) Section 7 Consultation on the Continued Implementation of the Sea Turtle Conservation Regulations under the ESA and the Continued Authorization of the Southeast U.S. Shrimp Fisheries in Federal Waters under the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Management and Conservation Act (MSFMCA).

46. NOAA Office of Protected Resources – Smalltooth Sawfish

47. NOAA Office of Protected Resources – Gulf Sturgeon

48. NOAA Office of Science and Technology – Commercial Landings.

49. NOAA Office of Science and Technology: National Observer Program

50. NOAA Projects Explorer.

51. NOAA Southeaster Fishery Science Center (SEFSC) – Sea turtles

52. NOAA SEFSC – History of TEDs

53. North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries. 1999. Shrimp and crab trawling in North Carolina’s estuarine waters. North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural
Resources. Morehead City, NC. 121pp

54. Powell, G.L., Matsumoto, J., Brock, D.A. 2002. Methods for Determining Minimum Freshwater Inflow Needs of Texas Bays and Estuaries. Estuaries Vol. 25, No. 6B, p.

55. Raborn, S., Gallaway, B., Cole, J. 2014. Descriptive Assessment of the Most Prevalent Finfish Species in the US Gulf of Mexico Penaeid Shrimp Fishery Bycatch.

56. Raborn, S, , Gallaway, B., Cole, J., Gazey, W., Andrews, K.2012. Effects of Turtle Excluder Devices (TEDs) on the Bycatch of Three Small Coastal Sharks in the Gulf of Mexico Penaeid Shrimp Fishery. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32:333-345

57. Schubel, J.R., H.H. Carter, and W.M. Wise. 1979. Shrimping as a source of suspended sediment in Corpus Christi Bay (Texas). Estuaries 2(3):201-203.

58. Smalltooth Sawfish Recovery Plan- 2010 review

59. Southeast Fishery Bulletin, February 20, 2013.

60. Steele, P. 1993. Skimmer Trawl Evaluation. Florida Department on Environmental Protection Memorandum. 3 pp.

61. Texas Parks and Wildlife. 2002. Executive Summary on Texas shrimp fishery.

62. Texas Sea Grant.

63. Turner, R.E. and Brody, S. 1983. Habitat suitability index models : northern Gulf of Mexico brown shrimp and white shrimp. U.S. Dept. of Int. Fish Wildl. Serv , FWS/OBS-82/ l0.54. 24 pp.

64. U.S. CFR Title 50 Part 622

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