2 edition of Conservation plan for sea turtles, marine mammals and the shortnose sturgeon in Maryland found in the catalog.
Conservation plan for sea turtles, marine mammals and the shortnose sturgeon in Maryland
2001 by Fisheries Service, Sarbanes Cooperative Oxford Laboratory, Fish and Wildife Health Program in [Oxford, MD] .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 103-121).
|Statement||document preparation by Tricia Litwiler.|
|Series||Technical report ;, FS-SCOL-01-2, Technical report (Sarbanes Cooperative Oxford Laboratory) ;, FS-SCOL-01-2.|
|Contributions||Sarbanes Cooperative Oxford Laboratory. Fish and Wildlife Health Program.|
|LC Classifications||QL84.22.M3 L58 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||2003628172|
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Litwiler, T.L. Conservation plan for Sea Turtles, Marine Mammals, and the Shortnose Sturgeon in Maryland. Maryland Department of Natural Resources Technical Report FS-SCOL, Oxford, Maryland.
Cover design by Brenda Kibler iii. Maryland's Marine Mammal and Sea Turtle Stranding Response Program was formed in following the stranding of a bottlenose dolphin in the northern reaches of the Tuckahoe River.
Stranding staff respond to marine mammals and sea turtles in Maryland waters including both the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. NOAA Fisheries and the U.S. Geological Survey were proud sponsors of the Atlantic and Shortnose Sturgeon Workshop, which was held at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, and at the U.S.
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Overview. Update: Read the State of the World's Sea Turtles Report. Sea turtles have survived on Earth for more than million years, yet today their future hangs in the balance.
Six of the seven sea turtle species are threatened with extinction due to human impacts including fisheries bycatch, coastal development, plastic pollution, and the consumption of sea turtles and their eggs.
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Loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) are the most common sea turtle along the coast of Maryland, Virginia, and heads are listed as threatened. Adults can reach up to 40 inches in length and pounds, although it's mostly juveniles averaging 28 inches that are found in Northeast coastal waters while foraging on blue crab, horseshoe crab, whelk, fishes, and sea grasses.
This feature contributes to misidentification of younger fish as Atlantic Sturgeon. The Shortnose is the smaller of the two sturgeon species found in the Bay, attaining a maximum length of "only" feet and weighing in at 50 pounds.
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Conservation Status. The history of the shortnose sturgeon exploitation goes back 4, years. Native American fishermen harvested shortnose and Atlantic sturgeon for their meat and eggs.
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Shortnose sturgeon populations are divided into 19 management units based on presumed reproductive isolation .
Recent genetic analysis generally supports the management units, but suggests that the Delaware River be combined with Chesapeake Bay and the Ogeechee River be combined with the Altamaha River .
the global dimensions of threats against our marine turtles have not abated, and may seemingly have intensified. Marine turtles travel thousands of kilometers in quest of food and mates. Many dangers lurk along the way. Our vigilant coast watchers have caught numerous foreign poachers red-handed with hundreds of slaughtered marine Size: 3MB.
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Catherine Johnston’s interest in ecology and fisheries research inspired her to pursue a Master of Science degree at the University of Maine studying how the recent removal of two dams might open up critical spawning habitat for endangered shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum).When the Veazie and Great Works dams were constructed (in and respectively) nearly miles of.
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