Katrin E Marancik
Katrin E Marancik
NOAA NMFS Northeast Fisheries Science Center
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A vulnerability assessment of fish and invertebrates to climate change on the Northeast US Continental Shelf
JA Hare, WE Morrison, MW Nelson, MM Stachura, EJ Teeters, RB Griffis, ...
PloS one 11 (2), e0146756, 2016
Discovery of a spawning ground reveals diverse migration strategies in Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus)
DE Richardson, KE Marancik, JR Guyon, ME Lutcavage, B Galuardi, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (12), 3299-3304, 2016
Long-term changes in the distributions of larval and adult fish in the northeast US shelf ecosystem
HJ Walsh, DE Richardson, KE Marancik, JA Hare
PloS one 10 (9), e0137382, 2015
Mesoscale, cyclonic eddies as larval fish habitat along the southeast United States shelf: a Lagrangian description of the zooplankton community
JJ Govoni, JA Hare, ED Davenport, MH Chen, KE Marancik
ICES Journal of Marine Science 67 (3), 403-411, 2010
Cross-shelf and seasonal variation in larval fish assemblages on the southeast United States continental shelf off the coast of Georgia
KE Marancik, LM Clough, JA Hare
Large scale patterns in fish trophodynamics of estuarine and shelf habitats of the southeast United States
KE Marancik, JA Hare
Bulletin of Marine Science 80 (1), 67-91, 2007
Spatial and temporal distribution of grouper larvae (Serranidae: Epinephelinae: Epinephelini) in the Gulf of Mexico and Straits of Florida
KE Marancik, DE Richardson, J Lyczkowski-Shultz, RK Cowen, ...
Life history and habitat use of the speckled worm eel, Myrophis punctatus, along the east coast of the United States
KW Able, DM Allen, G Bath-Martin, JA Hare, DE Hoss, KE Marancik, ...
Environmental biology of fishes 92, 237-259, 2011
Juvenile fish assemblages collected on unconsolidated sediments of the southeast United States continental shelf
HJ Walsh, KE Marancik, JA Hare
Identification of larval sea basses (Centropristis spp.) using ribosomal DNA-specific molecular assays
MW Vanersea, RW Litaker, KE Marancik, JA Hare, HJ Walsh, S Lem, ...
Support for the Slope Sea as a major spawning ground for Atlantic bluefin tuna: evidence from larval abundance, growth rates, and particle-tracking simulations
CM Hernández, DE Richardson, II Rypina, K Chen, KE Marancik, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 79 (5), 814-824, 2022
Evaluation of morphological characters to identify grouper (Serranidae: Epinephelini) larvae in the Gulf of Mexico using genetically identified specimens
KE Marancik, DE Richardson, J Lyczkowski-Shultz, M Konieczna, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science 86 (3), 571-624, 2010
Changes in the spawning distribution and biomass of Atlantic mackerel (Scomber scombrus) in the western Atlantic Ocean over 4 decades
DE Richardson, L Carter, KL Curti, KE Marancik, M Castonguay
An annotated bibliography of diet studies of fish of the southeast United States and Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary
KE Marancik, JA Hare
NOAA/National Ocean Service/Marine Sanctuaries Division, 2005
Reply to Safina and Walter et al.: multiple lines of evidence for size-structured spawning migrations in western Atlantic bluefin tuna
DE Richardson, KE Marancik, JR Guyon, ME Lutcavage, B Galuardi, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (30), E4262-E4263, 2016
Bregmacerotidae: codlets, unicorn cods
JA Hare, KE Marancik, MD Greene
Early stages of Atlantic fishes: an identification guide for the Western …, 2006
Updated Morphological Descriptions of the Larval Stage of Urophycis (Family: Phycidae) from the Northeast United States Continental Shelf
KE Marancik, DE Richardson, M Konieczna
Copeia 108 (1), 83-90, 2020
Larval fish assemblages of the Georgia Bight
KE Marancik
East Carolina University, 2023
Fish fauna of Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary and the implications for place-based management
JA Hare, HJ Walsh, KE Marancik, D Score, GR Sedberry, RO Parker Jr, ...
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DE Richardson, K Marancik, H Walsh, J Hare
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