Apex Predator Publications and Reports – Smooth Dogfish

June 04, 2020

Pubications and reports that include information on the smooth dogfish.

Hare, JA, WE Morrison, MW Nelson, MM Stachura, EJ Teeters, RB Griffis, MA Alexander, JD Scott, L Alade, RJ Bell, AS Chute, KL Curt, TH Curtis, D Kircheis, JF Kocik, SM Lucey, CT McCandless, LM Milke, DE Richardson, E Robillard, HJ Walsh, MC McManus, KE Marancik, CA Griswold. 2016. A vulnerability assessment of fish and invertebrated to climate change on the northeast U.S. Continental Shelf. Plos One 11(2):e0146756.

 

Kohler, NE and PA Turner. 2019. Distributions and movements of Atlantic shark species: A 52-year retrospective atlas of mark and recapture data. Marine Fisheries Review 81(2), 93 pp.

 

Kohler, NE, PA Turner, M Pezzullo, and CT McCandless. 2014. Mark/recapture data for the smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, in the western North Atlantic from the NEFSC Cooperative Shark Tagging Program. SEDAR39-DW20. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 24 pp.

 

McCandless, CT. 2014. Hierarchical analysis of U.S. Atlantic smooth dogfish and Gulf of Mexico smoothhound species indices of abundance. SEDAR39-AW02. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 13 pp.

 

McCandless, CT. 2014. Standardized indices of abundance for smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, from the Cooperative Atlantic States Shark Pupping and Nursery (COASTSPAN) longline surveys in Delaware Bay. SEDAR39-DW16. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 13 pp.

 

McCandless, CT. 2014. Standardized indices of abundance for smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, from the University of Rhode Island trawl survey conducted by the Graduate School of Oceanography. SEDAR39-DW11. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 11 pp.

 

McCandless, CT and BS Frazier. 2014. Standardized indices of abundance for smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, from the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources red drum longline survey. SEDAR39-DW19. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 12 pp.

 

McCandless, CT and K Gottschall. 2014. Standardized indices of abundance for smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, from the Long Island Sound Trawl Survey conducted by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. SEDAR39-DW12. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 15 pp.

 

McCandless, CT and CM Grahn. 2014. Standardized indices of abundance for smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, from the Peconic Bay Small Mesh Trawl Survey conducted by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. SEDAR39-DW13. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 12 pp.

 

McCandless, CT and M. Greco. 2014. Standardized indices of abundance for smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, from the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife 30-foot otter trawl. SEDAR39-DW15. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 17 pp.

 

McCandless, CT, NE Kohler, and HL Pratt, Jr., editors. 2007. Shark nursery grounds of the Gulf of Mexico and the east coast waters of the United States.  American Fisheries Society, Symposium 50, Bethesda, Maryland, 390 pp.

 

McCandless, CT and JJ Mello. 2014. Standardized indices of abundance for smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, from the Northeast Fisheries Observer Program. SEDAR39-DW09. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 11 pp. 

 

McCandless, CT. and SD Olszewski. 2014. Standardized indices of abundance for smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management trawl surveys. SEDAR39-DW10. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 26 pp.

 

McCandless, CT, J Pyle, G. Hinks, and L. Barry. 2014. Standardized indices of abundance for smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, from the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife ocean trawl surveys. SEDAR39-DW14. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 13 pp.

 

McCandless, CT, FJ Schwartz, and JJ Hoey. 2014. Standardized indices of abundance for smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, from the University of North Carolina shark longline survey south of Shackleford Banks. SEDAR39-DW18. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 12 pp.

 

McCandless, CT, C. Stewart, and H. White. 2014. Standardized indices of abundance for smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, from the Ocean Gillnet Program conducted by the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries. SEDAR39-DW17. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 9 pp.

 

Schulze-Haugen, M, T Corey, and NE Kohler. 2003. Guide to sharks, tunas, and billfishes of the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. RI Sea Grant/NMFS, 118 pp.

 

Schwartz, FJ, CT McCandless, and JJ Hoey. 2007. Trends in relative abundance for shark species caught during a UNC longline survey conducted between 1972 and 2005 in Onslow Bay, NC. SEDAR13-DW34. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 79 pp.

 

Last updated by Northeast Fisheries Science Center on 06/29/2020