PS 77
Latebreaking: Marine And Estuarine Systems

Friday, August 15, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Sacramento Convention Center
Marine fish surveys using environmental DNA
Toshifumi Minamoto, Kobe University; Reiji Masuda, Kyoto University; Kohji Takahashi, Kyoto University; Atsushi Maruyama, Ryukoku University; Hiroki Yamanaka, Ryukoku University; Akihide Kasai, Kyoto University; Michio Kondoh, Ryukoku University
Environmental correlates of historic abalone catch in the State of California and Baja California, Mexico
Diana C. Rypkema, Stanford University; Fiorenza Micheli, Stanford University; Giulio De Leo, Stanford University
Ecological effects of heavy metal leaching in the Bahamian lobster fishery
James Farlin, University of California, Davis; Angee N. Doerr, University of California, Davis
Influence of habitat modification on the recovery of the environment and benthic community following the eradication of an invasive ecosystem engineer
Pamela L. Reynolds, University of California; Jessica Glanz, University of California; Edwin D. Grosholz, University of California, Davis
Prevalence and impending ecological consequences of shoreline hardening along US coasts
Rachel K. Gittman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Alyssa M. Popowich, United States Coast Guard; John F. Bruno, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Carolyn A. Currin, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration; F. Joel Fodrie, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Charles H. Peterson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Michael F. Piehler, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Steven B. Scyphers, Northeastern University
Barrier island restoration in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: A comparison study
Carlton P. Anderson, University of Southern Mississippi; Greg Carter, USM; Guy Jeter, USM
Does rafting facilitate gene flow in a brooding marine invertebrate?
Lauren M. Schiebelhut, University of California-Merced; Michael Dawson, University of California-Merced
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