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Use of passive acoustic recordings to quantify abundance relationship from courtship associated sounds of the Nassau grouper (Epinephelus striatus) at spawning aggregation sites in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands
The Nassau grouper, Epinephelus striatus, has been overfished to commercial extinction, such that many aggregations have diminished or disappeared throughout the Caribbean. Groupers produce sound, and the objective of this ...
Satellite remote sensing characterization of fish spawning aggregation sites in Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands
This work investigates the seasonality of the satellite-derived chlorophyll signal (Chl-a) at eight (8) established fish spawning aggregation sites in Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands and events that might ...