Otolith Chemistry as an Indicator of Migratory Behavior

Select Publications Related to this Work

Morrison, W.E., Secor, D.H., and Piccoli, P.M. (2001) Estuarine habitat use by Hudson River American eels. Proceedings of the American Fisheries Society (in press)

Zlokovitz, E.R., Secor, D.H. and Piccoli, P.M. (2001) Patterns of migration in Hudson River striped bass as determined by otolith microchemistry. Fisheries Research. (in review)

Kimura, R., Secor, D.H., Houde, E.D. and Piccoli, P.M. (2000) Up estuary dispersal of young-of-the-year bay anchovie Anchoa mitchilli in the Chesepeake Bay: Inferences from microprobe analysis of Sr in otoliths. Marine Ecology Progress Series 208, 217-227. http://www.esep.de/abstracts/meps/v208/p217 227.html

Campana, S.E., Thorrold, S.R., Jones, C.M., Günter, D., Tubrett, M., Longerich, H., Jackson, S., Halden, N.M., Kalish, J.M., Piccoli, P.M., de Pontual, H., Troadec, H., Panfili, J., Secor, D.H., Severin, K.P., Sie, S.H., Thresher, R., Treesdale, W.J., and Campbell, J.L. (1997) Comparison of accuracy, precision and sensitivity in elemental assays of fish using electron microprobe, PIXE and laser ablation ICP-MS. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54, 2068-2079.

Secor, D.H. and Piccoli, P.M. (1996) Age- and sex-dependent migrations of the Hudson River striped bass population determined from otolith microanalysis. Estuaries 19, 778.

Secor, D.H., Henderson-Arzapalo, A. and Piccoli, P.M. (1995) Can otolith microchemistry chart patterns of migration and habitat utilization of anadromous fishes? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 192, 15-33.

Secor, D.H., Houde, E.D., Henderson-Arzapalo, A. and Piccoli, P.M. (1993) Tracking the migrations of estuarine and coastal fishes using otolith microchemistry. Report for the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, M: 41, 16 p.

Some of this work has been funded by NOAA.

[Studies of Shallow Plutonism][Apatite in Igneous Systems][Microanalysis]
[UHP/UHT Granulites][Studies of Metal Partitioning][Otoliths]

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