Jay R. Rooker
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Is otolith strontium a useful scalar of life cycles in estuarine fishes?
DH Secor, JR Rooker
Fisheries Research 46 (1-3), 359-371, 2000
Natal homing and connectivity in Atlantic bluefin tuna populations
JR Rooker, DH Secor, G De Metrio, R Schloesser, BA Block, JD Neilson
Science 322 (5902), 742-744, 2008
Life history and stock structure of Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus)
JR Rooker, JR Alvarado Bremer, BA Block
Reviews in Fisheries Science 15 (4), 265-310, 2007
Diel, lunar and seasonal changes in a mangrove fish assemblage off southwestern Puerto Rico
JR Rooker, GD Dennis
Bulletin of Marine Science 49 (3), 684-698, 1991
Fish assemblages on artificial and natural reefs in the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, USA
JR Rooker, QR Dokken, CV Pattengill, GJ Holt
Coral Reefs 16 (2), 83-92, 1997
Identification of riverine, estuarine, and coastal contingents of Hudson River striped bass based upon otolith elemental fingerprints
DH Secor, JR Rooker, E Zlokovitz, VS Zdanowicz
Marine Ecology Progress Series 211, 245-253, 2001
Identification of Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) stocks from putative nurseries using otolith chemistry
JR Rooker, DH Secor, VS Zdanowicz, G De Metrio, LO Relini
Fisheries Oceanography 12 (2), 75-84, 2003
Discrimination of northern bluefin tuna from nursery areas in the Pacific Ocean using otolith chemistry
JR Rooker, DH Secor, VS Zdanowicz, T Itoh
Marine Ecology Progress Series 218, 275-282, 2001
Postsettlement patterns of habitat use by sciaenid fishes in subtropical seagrass meadows
JR Rooker, SA Holt, MA Soto, G Joan Holt
Estuaries 21 (2), 318-327, 1998
Vulnerability of newly settled red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) to predatory fish: is early-life survival enhanced by seagrass meadows?
JR Rooker, GJ Holt, SA Holt
Marine Biology 131 (1), 145-151, 1998
Evidence of trans-Atlantic movement and natal homing of bluefin tuna from stable isotopes in otoliths
JR Rooker, DH Secor, G DeMetrio, AJ Kaufman, AB Ríos, V Ticina
Marine Ecology Progress Series 368, 231-239, 2008
Utilization of subtropical seagrass meadows by newly settled red drum Sciaenops ocellatus: patterns of distribution and growth
JR Rooker, SA Holt
Marine Ecology Progress Series 158, 139-149, 1998
Trophic ecology of Sargassum-associated fishes in the Gulf of Mexico determined from stable isotopes and fatty acids
JR Rooker, JP Turner, SA Holt
Marine Ecology Progress Series 313, 249-259, 2006
Application of RNA: DNA ratios to evaluate the condition and growth of larval and juvenile red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus).
JR Rooker, GJ Holt
Marine and Freshwater Research 47 (2), 283-290, 1996
Bioaccumulation of mercury in pelagic fishes from the northern Gulf of Mexico
Y Cai, JR Rooker, GA Gill, JP Turner
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 64 (3), 458-469, 2007
Evaluating post-release behaviour modification in large pelagic fish deployed with pop-up satellite archival tags
JP Hoolihan, J Luo, FJ Abascal, SE Campana, G De Metrio, H Dewar, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 68 (5), 880-889, 2011
Crossing the line: migratory and homing behaviors of Atlantic bluefin tuna
JR Rooker, H Arrizabalaga, I Fraile, DH Secor, DL Dettman, N Abid, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 504, 265-276, 2014
Spatial and temporal variability in growth, mortality, and recruitment potential of postsettlement red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, in a subtropical estuary
JR Rooker, SA Holt, GJ Holt, LA Fuiman
Fishery Bulletin 97, 581-590, 1999
Spatial, temporal, and habitat-related variation in abundance of pelagic fishes in the Gulf of Mexico: potential implications of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
JR Rooker, LL Kitchens, MA Dance, RJD Wells, B Falterman, M Cornic
PLoS ONE 8 (10), e76080, 2013
Feeding ecology of the schoolmaster snapper, Lutjanus apodus (Walbaum), from southwestern Puerto Rico
JR Rooker
Bulletin of Marine Science 56 (3), 881-894, 1995
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