Citations





Secor, D. H., A. Henderson-Arzapalo, et al. (1995). "Can otolith microchemistry chart patterns of migration and habitat utilization in anadromous fishes?" Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 192(1): 15-33.









Barse, A. M. and D. H. Secor (1999). "An Exotic Nematode Parasite of the American Eel." Fisheries 24(2): 6-10.

Ju, S.-J., D. H. Secor, et al. (1999). "Use of extractable lipofuscin for age determination of blue crab Callinectes sapidus." Marine Ecology Progress Series 185: 171-179.






Secor, D.H.; Niklitschek, E.J.; Stevenson, J.T.; Gunderson, T.E.; Minkkinen, S.P.; Richardson, B.; Florence, B.; Mangold, M.; Skjeveland, J.; Henderson-Arzapalo, A. (2000). Dispersal and growth of yearling Atlantic sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrinchus, released into Chesapeake Bay Fish. Bull. 98(4): 800-810


Secor, D. H. (2000). "Longevity and resilience of Chesapeake Bay striped bass." ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 57(4): 808-815.










Secor, D.H. (2002). Historical roots of the migration triangle, in: Anderson, E.D. (Ed.) (2002). 100 Years of Science under ICES: papers from a symposium held in Helsinki, 1-4 August 2000. ICES Marine Science Symposia, 215: pp. 323-329



Björnsson, H., J. L. Blanchard, et al. (2003). "Developing alternative indices of reproductive potential for use in fisheries management: Case studies for stocks spanning an information gradient." Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 190: 161-190.

















Sullivan PJ, Acheson JM, Angermeier PL, Faast T, Flemma J, Jones CM, Knudsen EE, Minello TJ, Secor DH, Wunderlich R, et al. Defining and Implementing - Best Available Science for Fisheries and Environmental Science, Policy, and Management. Fisheries. 2006;31(9): 460-465.






Woodland, R.J., Secor, D.H., 2007, Year-class strength and recovery of endangered shortnose sturgeon in the Hudson River, New York, Transactions Of The American Fisheries Society [P], vol 136, issue 1, American Fisheries Society, US, pp. 72-81.

Arslan, Z. and D. H. Secor (2008). "High resolution micromill sampling for analysis of fish otoliths by ICP-MS: Effects of sampling and specimen preparation on trace element fingerprints." Marine Environmental Research 66(3): 364-371.























Woodland, R.J., Secor, D.H., Niklitschek, E.J., 2009, Past and Future Habitat Suitability for the Hudson River Population of Shortnose Sturgeon: A Bioenergetic Approach to Modeling Habitat Suitability for an Endangered Species, Past and Future Habitat Suitability for the Hudson River Population of Shortnose Sturgeon: A Bioenergetic Approach to Modeling Habitat Suitability for an Endangered Species, 18-21 June, American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD, Usa, pp. 589-604.


Miller, T. J., J. A. Blair, et al. (2010). "FishSmart: An Innovative Role for Science in Stakeholder-Centered Approaches to Fisheries Management." Fisheries 35(9): 424-433.







Sims DW. 2010. Swimming behaviour and energetics of free-ranging sharks: New directions in movement analysis. In Fish Locomotion: An Eco-ethological Perspective, Domenici P, Kapoor BG (eds). Science Publishers: Enfield, USA; 407–434.



Ihde, T. F., Wilberg, M. J., Secor, D. H. and Miller, T. J. FishSmart: Harnessing the knowledge of stakeholders to enhance U.S. marine recreational fisheries with application to the Atlantic king mackerel fishery. Proceedings of the 5th World Recreational Fisheries Conference.


Woodland, R., Secor, D., 2011, Differences in juvenile trophic niche for two coastal fish species that use marine estuarine nursery habitats, Marine Ecology-Progress Series [P], vol 439, Inter-Research, Germany, pp. 241-254.



If you wish to gain access to any of the resources located on this page, please contact Mike O'Brien (obrien@umces.edu), or current lab staff (see here) of the Migration and Habitat Ecology Lab at the University of Maryland’s Center for Environmental Science – Chesapeake Biological Lab, identifying yourself and stating the purpose for your request.


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