Virginia Institute of Marine Science
MARINE AND COASTAL FISHERIES
The spatial and temporal extent of summer hypoxia (dissolved oxygen [DO] concentration
CROAKER MICROPOGONIAS-UNDULATUS; GULF-OF-MEXICO; ATLANTIC CROAKER; BODY-COMPOSITION; DEMERSAL FISHES; RIVER ESTUARY; BROWN SHRIMP; ENERGY; CONSEQUENCES; AVOIDANCE
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We are grateful to Wendy Lowery, G. Hank Brooks, Aimee Comer, and Jennifer Greaney (Juvenile Fish Trawl Survey staff, Virginia Institute of Marine Science) for specimen collection and water quality data. Additionally, we thank Sarah Mahlandt, David Lewis, and Anya Voloshin (volunteers) for assistance with laboratory processing of tissue samples. Finally, we thank two anonymous reviewers whose comments greatly improved the manuscript. The present study was funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Chesapeake Bay Office (Award Number NA10NMF4570452). This paper is Contribution 3505 of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary
Tuckey, Troy D. and Fabrizio, Mary C., Variability in Fish Tissue Proximate Composition is Consistent with Indirect Effects of Hypoxia in Chesapeake Bay Tributaries (2016). MARINE AND COASTAL FISHERIES, 8, 1-15.