MRD Contributions 451-500

C – 451 Weaver, D.C. and G.R. Sedberry. 2001. Trophic subsidies at the Charleston Bump: food web structure of reef fishes on the continental slope of the southeastern United States, pp. 137-152. IN: G.R. Sedberry, editor. Island in the Stream: Oceanography and Fisheries of the Charleston Bump. (American Fisheries Society Symposium vol. 25) Bethesda, MD: American Fisheries Society.

C – 452 Sedberry, G.R., J.C. McGovern, and O. Pashuk. 2001. The Charleston Bump: an island of essential fish habitat in the Gulf Stream, pp. 3-24. IN: G.R. Sedberry, editor. Island in the Stream: Oceanography and Fisheries of the Charleston Bump. (American Fisheries Society Symposium vol. 25) Bethesda, MD: American Fisheries Society.

C – 453 Browdy, C.L., D. Bratvold, and A.D. Stokes. 2001. Perspectives on the application of closed shrimp culture systems, pp. 20-34. IN: C.L. Browdy and D.E. Jory, editors. The New Wave: Proceedings of the Special Session on Sustainable Shrimp Farming. The World Aquaculture Society, Baton Rouge, LA.

C – 454 Sedberry, G.R. and J.K. Loefer. 2001. Satellite telemetry tracking of swordfish, Xiphias gladius, off the eastern United States. Marine Biology 139: 355-360.

C – 455 Gross, P.S., T.C. Bartlett, C.L. Browdy, R.W. Chapman, and G.W. Warr. 2001. Immune gene discovery by expressed sequence tag analysis of hemocytes and hepatopancreas in the Pacific white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei, and the Atlantic white shrimp, L. setiferus. Developmental and Comparative Immunology 25(7): 565-577.

C – 456 Segars, A., J.D. Whitaker, M.D. Arendt, S. Murphy, and B.W. Stender. 2005. Analysis of blood chemistry in loggerheads and Kemp’s ridley turtles during year 1 of SCDNR index study off SE USA. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation 21: 318-319.

C – 457 Stender, B.W., J.D. Whitaker, A. Segars, M.D. Arendt, and S. Murphy. 2005. Overview for 1st of a 3-year study to develop an in-the-water index of relative abundance for sea turtles off SE USA. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation 21: 333-334.

C – 458 Arendt, M.D., B.W. Stender, A. Segars, D.M. Owens, and J.D. Whitaker. 2005. Morphometric measurements and sex of trawl-caught sea turtles from the southeast coast, USA. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation 21: 96-97.

C – 459 Wenner, E.L., A.F. Holland, M.D. Arendt, Y. Cheng, D. Edwards, C. Miller, M. Meece, and J. Caffrey. 2001. A Synthesis of Water Quality Data from the National Estuarine Research Reserve’s System-Wide Monitoring Program: Final Report. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service, Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, Silver Spring, MD, 276 pp.

C – 460 Atwood, H.L., J.R. Tomasso Jr., and T.I.J. Smith. 2001. Nitrite toxicity to southern flounder Paralichthys lethostigma in fresh and brackish water. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 32(3): 348-351.

C – 461 Smith, T.I.J., M.R. Collins, W.C. Post, and J.W. McCord. 2002. Stock enhancement of shortnose sturgeon: a case study, pp. 31-44. IN: W. VanWinkle, editor. Biology, Management, and Protection of North American Sturgeon: Proceedings of the Symposium Biology, Management, and Protection of Sturgeon held at St. Louis, Missouri, USA, 23-24 August 2000. (American Fisheries Society Symposium vol. 28) Bethesda, MD: American Fisheries Society.

C – 462 Sedberry, G.R. 2001. [Book Reviews] Tropical Estuarine Fishes – Ecology, Exploitation and Conservation, by Stephen J.M. Blaber. Copeia 2001: 880-883.

C – 463 Keppler, C.J. and A.H. Ringwood. 2002. Effects of metal exposures on juvenile clams, Mercenaria mercenaria. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 68(1): 43-48.

C – 464 DeLorenzo, M.E., A.J. Lewitus, G.I. Scott, and P.E. Ross. 2001. Use of metabolic inhibitors to characterize ecological interactions in an estuarine microbial food web. Microbial Ecology 42: 317-327.

C – 465 Miglarese, J.V. and R.H. Boyles Jr. 2001. The Charleston Bump: policy context and public involvement, pp. 235-240. IN: G.R. Sedberry, editor. Island in the Stream: Oceanography and Fisheries of the Charleston Bump. (American Fisheries Society Symposium vol. 25) Bethesda, MD: American Fisheries Society.

C – 466 Jenny, M.J., A.H. Ringwood, E.R. Lacy, A.J. Lewitus, J.W. Kempton, P.S. Gross, G.W. Warr, and R.W. Chapman. 2002. Potential indicators of stress response identified by expressed sequence tag analysis of hemocytes and embryos from the American oyster, Crassostrea virginica. Marine Biotechnology 4(1): 81-93.

C – 467 Denson, M.R., W.E. Jenkins, A.G. Woodward, and T.I.J. Smith. 2002. Tag-reporting levels for red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) caught by anglers in South Carolina and Georgia estuaries. Fishery Bulletin 100: 35-41.

C – 468 Atwood, H.L., S.P. Young, J.R. Tomasso Jr., and T.I.J. Smith. 2001. Salinity and temperature tolerances of black sea bass juveniles. North American Journal of Aquaculture 63: 285-288.

C – 469 Jenkins, W.E., M.R. Denson, C.B. Bridgham, M.R. Collins, and T.I.J. Smith. 2002. Retention of oxytetracycline-induced marks on sagittae of red drum. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22: 590-594.

C – 470 Van Dolah R.F., D.E. Chestnut, J.D. Jones, P.C. Jutte, G. Riekerk, M. V. Levisen, and W. McDermott. 2003. The importance of considering spatial attributes in evaluating estuarine habitat condition: the South Carolina experience. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 81: 85-95.

C – 471 Wiley, B.A. and R.W. Chapman. 2003. Population structure of spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, along the Atlantic coast of the U.S., pp. 31-40. IN: S.A. Bortone, editor. Biology of the Spotted Seatrout. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

C – 472 Collins, M.R., T.I.J. Smith, W.E. Jenkins, and M.R. Denson. 2002. Small marine reserves may increase escapement of red drum. Fisheries 27(2): 20-24.

C – 473 Zatcoff, M.S., A.O. Ball, and R.W. Chapman. 2002. Characterization of polymorphic microsatellite loci from black grouper, Mycteroperca bonaci (Teleostei: Serranidae). Molecular Ecology Notes 2(3): 217-219.

C – 474 Ringwood, A.H. and C.J. Keppler. 2002. Comparative in situ and laboratory sediment bioassays with juvenile Mercenaria mercenaria. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 21(8): 1651-1657.

C – 475 Harris, P.J., D.M. Wyanski, D.B. White, and J.L. Moore. 2002. Age, growth, and reproduction of scamp, Mycteroperca phenax, in the southwestern North Atlantic, 1979-197. Bulletin of Marine Science 70: 113-132.

C – 477 Lovell, C.R., N.T. Eriksen, A.J. Lewitus, and Y.P. Chen. 2002. Resistance of the marine diatom Thalassiosira sp. to toxicity of phenolic compounds. Marine Ecology Progress Series 229: 11-18.

C – 478 Bartlett, T.C., B.J. Cuthbertson, E.F. Shepard, R.W. Chapman, P.S. Gross, and G.W. Warr. 2002. Crustins, homologues of an 11.5-kDa antibacterial peptide, from two species of penaeid shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei and Litopenaeus setiferus. Marine Biotechnology 4(3): 278-293.

C – 479 White, D.B., D.M. Wyanski, B.M. Eleby, and C.G. Lilyestrom. 2002. Tiger grouper (Mycteroperca tigris): profile of a spawning aggregation. Bulletin of Marine Science 70: 233-240.

C – 480 Lewitus, A.J. and A.F. Holland. 2003. Initial results from a multi-institutional collaboration to monitor harmful algal blooms in South Carolina. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 81: 361-371.

C – 481 Weirich, C.R., C.L. Browdy, D. Bratvold, B.J. McAbee, and A.D. Stokes. 2002. Preliminary characterization of a prototype minimal super-intensive shrimp production system, pp. 255-270. IN: T.T. Rakestraw, et al., editors. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture: hosted by Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University … [et al.], Roanoke, Virginia, July 18-21, 2002. Roanoke, VA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

C – 482 Eriksen, N.T., K.C. Hayes, and A.J. Lewitus. 2002. Growth responses of the mixotrophic dinoflagellates, Cryptoperidiniopsis sp. and Pfiesteria piscicida, to light under prey-saturated conditions. Harmful Algae 1: 191-203.

C – 483 Lewitus, A.J., K.C. Hayes, B.M. Willis, J.M. Burkholder, H.B. Glasgow Jr., A.F. Holland, P.P. Maier, P.A. Rublee, and R. Magnien. 2002. Low abundance of the dinoflagellates, Pfiesteria piscicida, P. shumwayae, and Cryptoperidiniopsis spp., in South Carolina tidal creeks and open estuaries. Estuaries 25: 586-597.

C – 484 Ringwood, A.H., J. Hoguet, and C.J. Keppler. 2002. Seasonal variation in lysosomal destabilization in oysters, Crassostrea virginica. Marine Environmental Research 54: 793-797.

C – 485 Cuthbertson, B.J., E.F. Shepard, R.W. Chapman, and P.S. Gross. 2002. Diversity of the penaeidin antimicrobial peptides in two shrimp species. Immunogenetics 54(6): 442-445.

C – 486 Jutte, P.C., R.F. Van Dolah, and P.T. Gayes. 2002. Recovery of benthic communities following offshore dredging, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Shore and Beach 70(3): 25-30.

C – 487 Kempton, J.W., A.J. Lewitus, J.R. Deeds, J.M. Law, and A.R. Place. 2002. Toxicity of Karlodinium micrum (Dinophyceae) associated with a fish kill in a South Carolina brackish retention pond. Harmful Algae 1: 233-241.

C – 488 R.W. Chapman, A.O. Ball, and L.R. Mash. 2002. Spatial homogeneity and temporal heterogeneity of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) microsatellites: effective population sizes and management implications. Marine Biotechnology 4(6): 589-603.

C – 489 Collins, M.R., W.C. Post, D.C. Russ, and T.I.J. Smith. 2002. Habitat use and movements of juvenile shortnose sturgeon in the Savannah River, Georgia-South Carolina. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131: 975-979.

C – 490 Ringwood, A.H. and C.J. Keppler. 2002. Water quality variation and clam growth: Is pH really a non-issue in estuaries? Estuaries 25: 901-907.

C – 491 Hadley, N.H. and L.D. Coen. 2002. Community-based program engages citizens in oyster reef restoration (South Carolina). Ecological Restoration 20(4): 297-298.

C – 492 Heck, K.L. Jr., L.D. Coen, and D.M. Wilson. 2002. Growth of northern [Mercenaria mercenaria (L.)] and southern [M. campechiensis (Gmelin)] quahogs: influence of seagrasses and latitude. Journal of Shellfish Research 21: 635-642.

C – 493 McGovern, J.C., M.R. Collins, O. Pashuk, and H.S. Meister. 2002. Temporal and spatial differences in life history parameters of black sea bass in the southeastern United States. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22: 1151-1163.

C – 495 Smith, T.I.J., W.E. Jenkins, M.R. Denson and M.R. Collins. 2003. Stock enhancement research with anadromous and marine fish in South Carolina. pp. 175-189. IN: Y. Nakamura, J.P. McVey, K. Leber, C. Neidig, S. Fox and K. Chun, editors. Ecology of Aquaculture and Enhancement of Stocks. Thirtieth U. S. Japan Joint Meeting on Aquaculture, (December 2-7, 2001) Mote Marine Laboratory. Sarasota, FL.

C – 496 Weirich, C.R., A. Segars, J.V. Bruce, and C.L. Browdy. 2003. Development and implementation of biosecurity protocols and procedures at the Waddell Mariculture Center, pp. 139-156. IN: C.-S. Lee and P.J. O’Bryen, editors. Biosecurity in Aquaculture Production Systems: Exclusion of Pathogens and Other Undesirables. Baton Rouge, LA: The World Aquaculture Society.

C – 497 Kempton, J.W., J. Wolny, T. Tengs, P. Rizzo, R. Morris, J. Tunnell, P. Scott, K. Steidinger, S.N. Hymel, and A.J. Lewitus. 2002. Kryptoperidinium foliaceum blooms in South Carolina: a multi-anal