MOTE MARINE LABORATORY
The following publications were based on data from the MML Reef Fish Tagging Program and Coastal Pelagic Resources.
Karen M. Burns and Victor Restrepo. 2002. Survival of Reef Fish after Rapid Depressurization: Field and Laboratory Studies. American Fisheries Society Symposium 30:148-151
Burns, Karen. 2001. Venting Some Bottom Fish Aids Survival. Salt Water Sportsman, May 2001. Pp. 94-98
Legault, C.M., K.M. Burns, V.R. Restrepo, C.E. Porch, M.J. Schirripa and G. Scott. 1999. Trends in Red Grouper Mortality Rates Estimated from Tagging Data. National Marine Fisheries/Miami Lab Contribution, No. SFD-98/99-57
Schirripa, M.J. and K.M. Burns. 1998. Estimates of Growth Based on Hard-Part Analyses and Release-Recapture for Three Reef Fish Species in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin of Marine Science, Vol. 61 (3), 581-591.
Wilson, Jr., R.R. and K.M. Burns. 1996. Potential Survival of Released Grouper Caught Deeper than 40m Based on Shipboard and in situ Observations, and Tag Recapture Data. Bulletin of Marine Science, Vol. 58(1), 234-247.
Schirripa, M.J., K. M. Burns, J.A. Bohnsack. 1993. Reef Fish Release Survival Based on Tag and Recovery Data. Report to the Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Management Council. Contribution: MIA 92/93-34
Brown-Peterson, N. J., R. M. Overstreet, J. M. Lotz, J. S. Franks and K. M. Burns. 2001. Reproductive biology of Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, from coastal waters of the Southern United States. Fish Bull.,
Last Update: August 22, 2003