Interrelationships Between Corals and Fisheries is derived from a workshop held by the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council in Tampa, Florida in May 2013, where world authorities came together to discuss the current problems in managing tropical fisheries and offered suggestions for future directions for both researchers and environmental reso

chapter 2|12 pages

Addressing the global decline in coral reefs and forthcoming impacts on fishery yields

ByPeter F. Sale, Mark A. Hixon

chapter 3|20 pages

Distribution and diversity of coral habitat, fishes, and associated fisheries in U.S. waters of the Gulf of Mexico

ByCarrie M. Simmons, Angela B. Collins, Rob Ruzicka

chapter 5|32 pages

Characterization and interrelationships of deepwater coral/sponge habitats and fish communities off Florida

ByJohn K. Reed, Stacey Harter, Stephanie Farrington, Andrew David

chapter 6|30 pages

Factors affecting coral reef fisheries in the eastern Gulf of Mexico

ByWalter C. Jaap, Steve W. Ross, Sandra Brooke, William S. Arnold

chapter 11|20 pages

Augmented catch-MSY approach to fishery management in coral-associated fisheries

ByMarlowe Sabater, Pierre Kleiber

chapter 12|18 pages

Predictive mapping of coral reef fish species and communities

BySimon J. Pittman, Anders Knudby

chapter 13|16 pages

Progressing from data to information: Incorporating GIS into coral and fisheries management

ByMark Mueller, John Froeschke, David Naar

chapter 14|22 pages

Connectivity in the tropical coastal seascape: Implications for marine spatial planning and resource management

ByJohn C. Ogden, Ivan Nagelkerken, Carole C. McIvor