David Secor
David Secor
University of Maryland Center for Environ Science
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Otolith chemistry to describe movements and life-history parameters of fishes: hypotheses, assumptions, limitations and inferences
TS Elsdon, BK Wells, SE Campana, BM Gillanders, CM Jones, ...
Oceanography and marine biology, 303-336, 2008
Otolith removal and preparation for microstructural examination
DH Secor, JM Dean, EH Laban
Otolith microstructure examination and analysis. Canadian special …, 1992
Rising stream and river temperatures in the United States
SS Kaushal, GE Likens, NA Jaworski, ML Pace, AM Sides, D Seekell, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8 (9), 461-466, 2010
Potential climate-change impacts on the Chesapeake Bay
RG Najjar, CR Pyke, MB Adams, D Breitburg, C Hershner, M Kemp, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 86 (1), 1-20, 2010
Can otolith microchemistry chart patterns of migration and habitat utilization in anadromous fishes?
DH Secor, A Henderson-Arzapalo, PM Piccoli
Journal of experimental marine Biology and Ecology 192 (1), 15-33, 1995
Is otolith strontium a useful scalar of life cycles in estuarine fishes?
DH Secor, JR Rooker
Fisheries Research 46 (1-3), 359-371, 2000
Somatic Growth Effects on the Otolith–Fish Size Relationship in Young Pond-reared Striped Bass, Morone saxatilis
DH Secor, JM Dean
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 46 (1), 113-121, 1989
Natal homing and connectivity in Atlantic bluefin tuna populations
JR Rooker, DH Secor, G De Metrio, R Schloesser, BA Block, JD Neilson
Science 322 (5902), 742-744, 2008
Specifying divergent migrations in the concept of stock: the contingent hypothesis
DH Secor
Fisheries Research 43 (1-3), 13-34, 1999
Incorporation of strontium into otoliths of an estuarine fish
RT Kraus, DH Secor
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 302 (1), 85-106, 2004
Life History and Stock Structure of Atlantic Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus)
JR Rooker, JR Alvarado Bremer, BA Block, H Dewar, G De Metrio, ...
Reviews in Fisheries Science 15 (4), 265-310, 2007
Comparison of accuracy, precision, and sensitivity in elemental assays of fish otoliths using the electron microprobe, proton-induced X-ray emission, and laser ablation …
SE Campana, SR Thorrold, CM Jones, D Günther, M Tubrett, H Longerich, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54 (9), 2068-2079, 1997
in Chesapeake Bay striped bass
DH Secor
Fishery Bulletin 90 (4), 798, 1992
Identification of riverine, estuarine, and coastal contingents of Hudson River striped bass based upon otolith elemental fingerprints
DH Secor, JR Rooker, E Zlokovitz, VS Zdanowicz
Marine Ecology Progress Series 211, 245-253, 2001
Accounting for spatial population structure in stock assessment: past, present, and future
SX Cadrin, DH Secor
The future of fisheries science in North America, 405-426, 2009
Recent developments in fish otolith research
SE Campana, DH Secor, JM Dean
University of South Carolina Press, 1995
Identification of Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) stocks from putative nurseries using otolith chemistry
JR Rooker, DH Secor, VS Zdanowicz, G De Metrio, LO Relini
Fisheries Oceanography 12 (2), 75-84, 2003
Discrimination of northern bluefin tuna from nursery areas in the Pacific Ocean using otolith chemistry
JR Rooker, DH Secor, VS Zdanowicz, T Itoh
Marine Ecology Progress Series 218, 275-282, 2001
Developing alternative indices of reproductive potential for use in fisheries management: case studies for stocks spanning an information gradient
CT Marshall, L O'Brien, J Tomkiewicz, G Marteinsdóttir, MJ Morgan, ...
Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 33, 161-190, 2003
Comparison of otolith-based back-calculation methods to determine individual growth histories of larval striped bass, Morone saxatilis
DH Secor, JM Dean
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49 (7), 1439-1454, 1992
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