Works Cited – FL Blue Crab

1. Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC), 2004. Status of the blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) along the Atlantic coast. Special scientific report no. 80.

2. Bourgeois, M., Marx, J., Semon, K. 2014. Louisiana Blue Crab Fisheries Management Plan. Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.

3. Boykin, C. 2004. The status and demography of the ornate diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin macrospilota) within the Saint Martins marsh aquatic preserve.

4. Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CFRM). Web. Accessed June 2015.

5. Cooper, W., R. Gandy, C. Crowley. 2013. A stock assessment for blue crab, Calinectes sapidus, in Florida waters through 2011. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Fish and Wildlife Research Institute. In house report.

6. Diamondback Terrain Working Group

7. A.C. 68B-45: Blue Crab

8. Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission. Blue Crab FAQ.

9. FWC Commercial Saltwater Fishing Regulations Guide

10. FWC diamondback terrapin research.

11. FWC nongame regulations

12. FWC Trap removal website

13. Florida Statutes (F.S.) section 379.2424

14. Gandy, R.L., and W.M. Turner. 2014. Investigations into the Interaction Between Terrapins and Crab Traps. Final Report to the Wildlife Foundation of Florida. Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute.

15. Graham, D., Perry, H., Floyd, T. 2012. Composition of Bycatch in Commercial Crab Traps in Mississippi Blue Crab Fishery.

16. Guillory, V. Perry, H. VanderKooy, S. 2001. The Blue Crab Fishery of the Gulf of Mexico, United States: A Regional Management Plan. Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission. Ocean Springs, MS.

17. 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.

18. Guillory, V. and P. Prejean. 2001. Red drum predation on blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus). Pages 93-104 in Guillory, H. Perry and S. VanderKooy (editors), Proceedings of the Blue Crab Mortality Symposium. Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission, Publication 90.

19. Hernandez, J.A.B. and Kristofersson, D.M. 2006. Cuban Fisheries Management Regime: Current State and Future Prospects

20. “International Development in Latin America and the CaribbeanNOAA Fisheries. Web. Accessed June 2015.

21. Laughlin, R.A. 1982. Feeding habits of the blue crab,  Callinectes sapidus Rathbun, in the Apalachicola estuary, Florida. Bulletin of Marine Science 32:807-822.

22. Lewis, R.R., M.J. Durako, M.D. Moffler and R.C. Phillips. 1985. Seagrass meadows of Tampa Bay: a review. Pages 210-246 in S.F. Treat, J.L. Simon, R.R. Lewis III and R.L. Whitman, Jr. (editors), Proceedings of the Tampa Bay Area Scientific Information Symposium (May 1982): 210-246. Burgess Publishing Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 12-28

23. Lewis, R.R. and C.S. Lewis. 1978. Colonial bird use and plant succession on dredged material islands in Florida. Volume II. Patterns of Vegetation Succession. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Environmental Effects Laboratory, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 196 pp.

24. McMillen-Jackson, A. L., T.M. Bert and P. Steele. 1994. Population genetics of the blue crab Callinectes sapidus: modest population structuring in a background of high gene flow. Marine Biology 118:53-65.

25. McMillen-Jackson, A. L., and T.M. Bert. 2004. Mitochondrial DNA variation and population genetic structure of the blue crab Callinectes sapidus in the eastern United States. Marine Biology 145: 769-777.

26. Millikin, M.R. and A.B. Williams. 1984. Synopsis of biological data on the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA Technical Report NMFS 1, 39 pp.

27. MRAG Americas, Inc. 2008. Pre-assessment of the Louisiana Blue Crab Fishery.

28. Murphy, M.D., A.L. McMillen-Jackson, and B. Mahmoudi. 2007. A stock assessment for blue crab, Callinectes sapidus, in Florida waters. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Florida Marine Research Institute. In House Report 2007-006.

29. NOAA Office of Protected Resources- List of Fisheries

30. NOAA Office of Protected Species- Atlantic blue crab

31. NOAA. 2014. Blue Crab Fishermen’s Guide to Atlantic Large Take Reduction Plan Requirements in the Southeast Restricted Area North.

32. NOAA Office of Protected Resources – Atlantic Large Whale Take Reduction Plan (ALWTRP)

33. NOAA Office of Protected Resources – Bottlenose Dolphin Take Reduction Plan (BDTRP)

34. NOAA Office of Science and Technology- Commercial Fisheries Statistics.

35. Ocean Conservancy. 2009. Derelict Blue Crab Trap Removal Manual for Florida.

36. Perry, H.M., G. Adkins, R. Condrey, P.C. Hammerschmidt, S. Heath, J.R. Herring, C. Moss, G. Perkins, and P. Steele. 1984. A profile of the blue crab fishery of the Gulf of Mexico. Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission. Publication Number 9, 80 pp.

37. Perry, H. and S. VanderKooy, 2015. The Blue Crab Fishery of the Gulf of Mexico, United States: A Regional Management Plan. Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission. Ocean Springs, MS. In publication.

38. 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. Ecological Research Associates, Inc.

39. Riedel, R. H. Perry, L. Hartman, and S. Heath. 2010. Population trends of demersal species from inshore waters of Mississippi and Alabama. Final Report to the Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium. 89 pp.

40. Sanchez-Rubio, G., H.M. Perry, P.M. Biesiot, D.R. Johnson and R.N. Lipcius. 2011. Climate-related hydrological regimes and their effects on abundance of juvenile blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus) in the north central Gulf of Mexico. Fishery Bulletin 109:139-146

41. Steele, P. and T. Bert. 1998. The Florida blue crab fishery. Journal of Shellfish Research 17(2):441-450.

42. 68B-13.010 Stone Crab Trap Limitation Program

43. VanderKooy, S. (ed). 2013. GDAR01 Gulf of Mexico Blue Crab Stock Assessment Report. Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission. Ocean Springs, MS. GSMFC Number 215.

44. West, J., Blanchet, H., Bourgeois, M., Powers, J. 2011. Assessment of Blue Crab Callinectes sapidus in Louisiana Waters 2011

45. ”Western Central Atlantic Fishery Commission (WECAFC)FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture. Web. Accessed June 2015.

46. Wilber, D.H. 1994. The influence of Apalachicola River flows on blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus, in north Florida. Fishery Bulletin Vol. 92, pp 18-188.

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