Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Recent work on Nassau Grouper spawning aggregations asks us to rethink current fishing regulations


An exciting new publication just came out helping us better understand Nassau grouper populations in The Bahamas (article here). Using acoustic telemetry data, Dr. Craig Dahlgren and others recorded the movements of different sized Nassau grouper to examine when and where individuals would migrate to spawning aggregations.  Read more >>

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