SEAMAPSoutheastern Area Monitoring and Assessment Program
SEAMAPScientific Exploration and Mapping Program (NASA)
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A time series of observation on red snapper larvae from SEAMAP surveys, 1982-2003: seasonal occurrence, distribution, abundance, and size.
In the southeastern United States, larval fish abundances are monitored under the Southeast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program (SEAMAP; Stuntz et al.
SEAMAP 1982-Ichthyoplankton larval distribution and abundance of Engraulidae, Carangidae, Clupeidae, Lutjanidae, Serranidae, Coryphaenidae, Istiophoridae, xiphiidae, and Scombridae in the Gulf of Mexico.
The SeaMap proposal has developed plans for far more extensive application of these new mapping technologies to Canada's marine and large lake environments.
The lack of captures for some species can be explained by considering the habitats and distributions of each species and by comparing the NMFS pilot study longline data with data summarized by Branstetter(8) and NMFS SEAMAP bottom trawling survey data (1972 to 1996).
The Southeast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program (SEAMAP) is a federal and state cooperative effort to collect, manage, and disseminate fishery-independent data and information in the southeastern United States.
He is a strong advocate of cooperative research with sates and universities, being the primary architect of grant programs such as SEAMAP and MARFIN.
southeast SEAMAP program, and endangered sea turtle studies.
SEAMAP reef fish survey of offshore banks: yearly indices of abundance of red grouper (Epinephelus morio).
1B) included the fall (September-November) components of the Multispecies Bottom Trawl Survey (1972-2008) of the NMFS Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC) and the Coastal Trawl Survey (1990-2008) of the multiagency Southeast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program (SEAMAP).
Biotic trawl data were obtained from the Southeast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program (SEAMAP) database (, November 2010) of the Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission.
Four subregions were recognized on the basis of sampling strata established by the Southeastern Area Monitoring and Assessment Program (SEAMAP).