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*Current or Former FSU grad student; **FSU Undergraduate

Journal Articles

  1. Malinowski*, CR, RF Perrault, FC Coleman, CC Koenig, JM Stilwell, C Cray, NI Stacy. In press. The iconic Atlantic Goliath Grouper (Epinephelus itajara): A comprehensive assessment of health indices in the southeastern United States population. Frontiers in Veterinary Science (Veterinary Experimental and Diagnostic Pathology).
  2. Bernard, AM, MW Johnston, R. Perez-Portela, MF Oleksiak, FC Coleman, MS Shivji. 2020. Genetic and biophysical modelling evidence of generational connectivity in the intensively exploited Western North Atlantic red grouper (Epinephelus morio). Ices Journal of Marine Science 77(1):359-370.  https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsz201
  3. Koenig, CK, FC Coleman, CR Malinowski*2020. Atlantic Goliath Grouper of Florida: to fish or not to fish. Fisheries 45(1).  
  4. Malinowski*, CR.  2019 (APR).  High mercury levels in Atlantic Goliath Grouper: spatial analysis of a vulnerable species. Marine Pollution Bulletin DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2019.04.006 .
  5. Malinowski*, C, F Coleman, C Koenig,  J. Locascio, D Murie.  2019.  Are Atlantic goliath grouper, Epinephelus itajara, establishing more northerly spawning sites? Evidence from the northeast Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin of Marine Science   https://doi.org/10.5343/bms.2018.0062 
  6. Malinowski*, C, J Cavin, J Chanton, L Chasar, F. Coleman, C. Koenig.  2019. Trophic relationships and niche partitioning of red drum Sciaenops ocellatus and Common Snook Centropomus undecimalis in coastal estuaries of south Florida.  Estuaries and Coasts https://doi.org/10.1007/s12237-018-00512-y
  7. Gruss, A., H. A. Perryman, EA Babcock, SR Sagarese, JT.Thorson, CH Ainsworth, EJ Anderson, K Brennan, MD Campbell, MC Christman, S Cross, MD Drexler, JM Drymon, CL Gardner, DS Hanisko, J Hendon, CC Koenig, M Love, F Martinez-Andrade, J Morris, BT Noble, MA Nuttall, J Osborne, C Pattengill-Semmens, AG Pollack, TT Sutton,  TS. Switzer. 2018. Monitoring programs of the US Gulf of Mexico: inventory, development and use of a large monitoring database to map fish and invertebrate spatial distributions. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 28:667-691.
  8. Pérez-Portela, R, A Bumford, B Coffman, S Wedelich, M Davenport,  A Fogg, MK Swenarton, F Coleman, MA Johnston, DF Crawford, MF Oleksiak. 2018. Genetic homogeneity of the invasive lionfish across the Northwestern Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico based on Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms.  Scientific Reports (Nature) 8(5062): doi:10.1038/s41598-018-23339-w. 
  9. Ainsworth, CH, CB Paris, N. Perlin, LN Dornberger, WF Patterson, E Chancellor, S. Murawski, D Hollander, K Daly, IC Romero, F Coleman, H Perryman. 2018. Impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill evaluated using an end-to-end ecosystem model. PLOS ONE 13 (1) Article Number:e0190840. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0190840 Published:JAN 25 2018
  10. Hostim-Silva, M., A. A. Bertoncini, M. Borgonha, J. R. Leite, MO Freitas, FA Daros, LS Bueno, APC Farro, CC Koenig. 2018. The Atlantic Goliath Grouper: Conservation Strategies for a Critically Endangered Species in Brazil. Pages 367-405 in M. R. RossiSantos and C. W. Finkl, editors. Advances in Marine Vertebrate Research in Latin America: Technological Innovation and Conservation.
  11. Levin, PS, TE Essington, KN Marshall, LE Koehn, LG Anderson, A Bundy, C Carothers, F Coleman, LR Gerber, JH Grabowski, E Houde.  2018. Building effective fishery ecosystem plans.  Marine Policy 92(June 2018):48-57. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.01.019
  12. Marshall, KN, Levin, PS, TE Essington, LE Koehn, LG Anderson, A Bundy, C Carothers, F Coleman, LR Gerber, JH Grabowski, E Houde, OP Jensen, C. Mollmann, K Rose, JN Sanchirico, ADM Smith. 2018. Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management for Social–Ecological Systems: Renewing the Focus in the United States with Next Generation Fishery Ecosystem Plans.  Conservation Letters 11(1)..  doi: 10.1111/conl.12367
  13. Ellis*, RD, FC Coleman, CC Koenig. 2017. Effects of habitat manipulation by red grouper, Epinephelus morio,on faunal communities associated with excavations in Florida Bay.  Bulletin of Marine Science 93(4):961-983. October 2017.  DOI: https://doi.org/10.5343/bms.2017.1002.
  14. Koenig, CC, LS Bueno, FC Coleman, JA Cusick*, RD Ellis*, K Kingon*, JV Locascio, C. Malinowski*, DJ Murie, CD Stallings.  2017. Diel, lunar, and seasonal spawning patterns of the Atlantic goliath grouper, Epinephelus itajara, off Florida, United States.  Bulletin of Marine Science 93 (2): 391-406 (16) April 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.5343/bms.2016.1013
  15. Tzadik, O. E., D. L. Jones, E. B. Peebles, C. C. Koenig, and C. D. Stallings. 2017. The Effects of Spatial Scale on Assigning Nursery Habitats in Atlantic Goliath Groupers (Epinephelus itajara) Using Non-lethal Analyses of Fin Rays. Estuaries and Coasts 40:1785-1794.
  16. Dornberger, L, C Ainsworth, S Gosnell, F Coleman.  2016. Developing a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon exposure dose-response model for fish health and growth. Marine Pollution Bulletin 109 (2016):259-266.
  17. Bueno, LS, AA Bertoncini, CC Koenig, FC Coleman, MO Freitas, JR Leite, TF de Souze, M. Hostim-Silva. 2016. Evidence for spawning aggregations of the endangered Atlantic goliath grouper Epinephelus itajara in southern Brazil. Journal of Fish Biology 2016.  doi:10.1111/jfb.13028
  18. Davidson, A**, JN Griffin, C Angelini, F Coleman, RL Atkins, BR Silliman. 2015.  Non-consumptive predator effects intensify grazer-plant interactions by driving vertical habitat shifts. Marine Ecology Progress Series 537:49-58 doi: 10.3354/meps11419.
  19. Jue NK*, T. Brule, FC Coleman, CC Koenig. 2015. From Shelf to Shelf: Assessing Historical and Contemporary Genetic Differentiation and Connectivity across the Gulf of Mexico in Gag, Mycteroperca microlepis. PLOS One:10(4):e0120676. http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0120676
  20. Coleman, FC, JP Chanton, EP Chassignet. 2014. Ecological Connectivity in Northeastern Gulf of Mexico – The Deep-C Initiative. Proceedings of the 2014 international Oil Spill Conference:1972-1984.
    http://ioscproceedings.org/doi/pdf/10.7901/2169-3358-2014.1.1972
  21. Jue, NK*, FC Coleman, CC Koenig. 2014. Wide spread genetic variability and the paradox of effective population size in the gag, Mycteroperca microlepis, along the West Florida Shelf. Marine Biology 161:1905-1918. DOI 10.1007/s00227-014-2473-z.
  22. Auster, PJ, JA Estes, FC Coleman. 2013. Species interactions in marine communities: the invisible fabric of nature. Bulletin of Marine Science 89:3-9.
  23. Travis, J, FC Coleman, PJ Auster, PM Cury, JA Estes, J Orensanz, CH Peterson, ME Power, RS Steneck, JT Wootton. 2013. Integrating the invisible fabric of nature into fisheries management. PNAS DOI:10.1073/pnas.1305853111
  24. Nelson, J,* R Wilson*, F Coleman, C Koenig, D DeVries, C Gardner, J Chanton. 2012. Flux by fin: fish-mediated carbon and nutrient flux in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Mar Biol (2012) 159:365-372
  25. Koenig, CC, FC Coleman, K Kingon*. 2011. Pattern of recovery of the goliath grouper Epinephelus itajara population in the southeastern US. Bulletin of Marine Science 87:891-911.
  26. Coleman, FC, KC Scanlon, CC Koenig,. 2011. Groupers on the Edge: Shelf Edge Spawning Habitat in and Around Marine Reserves of the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico. The Professional Geographer, 63(4) 2011:1–19. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00330124.2011.585076
  27. Nelson, MD, CC Koenig, FC Coleman, DA Mann. 2011. Sound production of red grouper Epinephelus morio on the West Florida Shelf. Aquatic Biology 12: 97–108. Featured article. http://www.int-res.com/articles/feature/b012p097.pdf
  28. Coleman, FC, CC Koenig, K Scanlon, S Heppell, S. Heppell, MW Miller. 2010. Benthic habitat modification through excavation by red grouper Epinephelus morio (Valenciennes) in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. The Open Fish Science Journal 3:1-15. http://benthamopen.com/tofishsj/articles/V003/1TOFISHSJ.pdf
  29. Lorenzen, K, RS Steneck, RR Warner, AM Parma, FC Coleman, KM Leber. 2010. The Spatial dimensions of fisheries: putting it all in place. Bulletin of Marine Science 86(2): 169–177.
  30. Figueira, WF, and FC Coleman. 2010. Comparing landings of United States recreational fishery sectors. Bulletin of Marine Science 86:499-514. 
  31. Stallings, CD, FC Coleman, CC Koenig, DA Markiewicz. 2010. Energy allocation in juveniles of a warm-temperate reef fish. Environmental Biology of Fishes 99:389-398. DOI 310.1007/s10641-10010-19655-10644.
  32. Coleman, FC, CC Koenig. 2010. The Effects of Fishing, Climate Change, and Other Anthropogenic Disturbances on Red Grouper and Other Reef Fishes in the Gulf of Mexicos. Integrative and Comparative Biology 50:201-212 http://icb.oxfordjournals.org/content/50/2/201.full.pdf+html
  33. Nelson*, J, J Chanton, FC Coleman, CC Koenig. 2010. Patterns of stable carbon isotope turnover in gag (Mycteroperca microlepis), an economically important marine piscivore determined with a non-lethal surgical biopsy procedure. Environmental Biology of Fishes DOI 10.1007/s10641-010-9736-4.
  34. Coleman, FC, LE Petes. 2010. Getting Into Hot Water: Ecological Effects of Climate Change in Marine Environments. Southeastern Environmental Law Journal 17.2:337-357.
  35. Stallings, CD, FC Coleman, CC Koenig, DA Markiewicz. 2010. Energy allocation in juveniles of a warm-temperate reef fish. Environmental Biology of Fishes 99:389-398. DOI 310.1007/s10641-10010-19655-10644.
  36. Greenberg, MJ, WF Herrnkind, FC Coleman. 2010 . Evolution of the Florida State University Coastal and Marine Laboratory. Gulf of Mexico Science 2010(1–2): 149–163.
  37. Mann, DA, JV Locascio, FC Coleman, CC Koenig. 2009. Goliath Grouper (Epinephelus itajara) Sound Production and Movement Patterns on Aggregation Sites. Endangered Species Research 7:229-236 (online http://www.int-res.com/articles/esr2008/theme/Goliath/goliathpp2.pdf)
  38. Murie, DJ, DC Parkyn, CC Koenig, FC Coleman, J Schull, S. Frias-Torres. 2009. Evaluation of finrays as a non-lethal ageing method for protected goliath grouper Epinephelus itajara. Endangered Species Research 7:213-220
  39. Smith, MD, J Zhang, and FC Coleman. 2008. Econometric modeling of fisheries with complex life histories: avoiding biological management failures. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 55:265-280.
  40. Koenig, CC, FC Coleman, AM Eklund, J Schull, J Ueland. 2007. Mangroves as essential nursery habitat for goliath grouper (Epinephelus itajara). Bulletin of Marine Science 80(3):567-586.
  41. Smith, MD, J Zhang, FC Coleman. 2007. Structural modeling of marine reserves with Bayesian Estimation. Marine Resource Economics. Vol 22: 121-136.
  42. Smith, MD, J. Zhang, FC Coleman. 2006. Effectiveness of Marine Reserves for Large-Scale Fisheries Management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 63:153-164s.
  43. Heppell, SS, SA Heppell, FC Coleman, CC Koenig. 2006. Models to compare management options for a protogynous fish. Ecological Applications 16(1):238-249.
  44. Coleman, FC, WF Figueira, JS Ueland, LB Crowder. 2005. The recreational fisher's perspective - Response. Science 307:1561-1561.
  45. Coleman, FC, WF Figueira, JS Ueland, LB Crowder. 2005. Global impact of recreational fisheries - Response. Science 307:1562-1563.
  46. Chasar*, L, J Chanton, C Koenig, F Coleman. 2005. Evaluating the impact of environmental disturbance on the trophic structure of Florida Bay, USA: Multiple stable isotope analyses of contemporary and historical specimens. Limnology and Oceanography 50(4):1059-1072.
  47. Fitzhugh, GR, CC Koenig, FC Coleman, CB Grimes, WA Sturges. 2005. Spatial and temporal patterns in fertilization and settlement of young gag (Mycteroperca microlepis) along the West Florida Shelf. Bulletin of Marine Science 77(3):377-396.
  48. Coleman, FC, P Baker, CC Koenig. 2004a. A review of Gulf of Mexico marine protected areas: successes, failures, and lessons learned. Fisheries 29:10-21.
  49. Coleman, FC, WF Figueira, JS Ueland, LB Crowder. 2004b. The impact of U. S. recreational fisheries on marine fish populations. Science 305:1958:1960, and in Science Express (www.scienexpress.org/26 August 2004/p1/10.1126/science1100397).
  50. Strelcheck, AJ, GR Fitzhugh, FC Coleman, CC Koenig. 2003. Otolith-fish size relationship in juvenile gag grouper (Mycteroperca microlepis) of the eastern Gulf of Mexico: a comparison of growth rates between laboratory and field populations. Fishery Research 60(2003): 255-265.
  51. Scanlon, KM, CC Koenig, FC Coleman, MW Miller. 2003. Importance of geology to fisheries management: examples from the northeastern Gulf of Mexico, pp. 95-99 In: D. Stanley and A. Scarborough-Bull (eds). Fisheries, Reefs, and Offshore Development. American Fisheries Society Symposium 36.
  52. Coleman, FC, S Williams. 2002. Overexploiting marine ecosystem engineers: potential consequences for biodiversity. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17(1):40-44.
  53. Coleman, FC, CC Koenig, GR Huntsman, JA Musick, AM Eklund, JC McGovern, RW Chapman, GR Sedberry and CB Grimes. 2000. American Fisheries Society Position Statement: Long-lived reef fishes: the grouper-snapper complex. Fisheries 25(3):14-21. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1577/1548-8446%282000%29025%3C0014%3ALRF%3E2.0.CO%3B2
  54. Koenig, C., F. Coleman, C. Grimes, G. Fitzhugh, K. Scanlon, C. Gledhill, M. Grace. 2000. Protection of fish spawning habitat for the conservation of warm temperate reef fish fisheries of shelf-edge reefs of Florida. Bulletin of Marine Science 66(3):593-616.
  55. Conover, DC, J. Travis, F. Coleman. 2000. Essential fish habitat and marine reserves: an introduction to the second Mote Symposium on fisheries ecology. Bulletin of Marine Science 66(3):527-534.
  56. Coleman, FC, CC Koenig, AM Eklund, CB Grimes. 1999. Management and conservation of temperate reef fishes in the grouper-snapper complex of the southeastern United States. Pp. 233-242, In J. A. Musick (ed). Life in the Slow Lane, American Fisheries Society Symposium 23.
  57. Coleman, FC, J. Travis. 1998. Phenology of recruitment and infection patterns of Ascocotyle pachycystis, a digenean parasite in the sheepshead minnow, Cyprinodon variegatus. Envir. Biol. Fishes 51(1):87-96
  58. Koenig, CC, FC Coleman. 1998. Absolute abundance and survival of juvenile gag, Mycteroperca microlepis, in seagrass beds of the N.E. Gulf of Mexico. Trans. Americ. Fish. Soc. 127(1), 44-55.
  59. Travis, J., FC Coleman, CB Grimes, D. Conover, TM Bert, M Tringali. 1998. Critically assessing stock enhancement: an introduction to the Mote symposium. Bull. Mar. Sci. 62(2), 305-311.
  60. Holtz, D., J. Lang, F. Coleman, J. Bohnsack. 1998. Saving the crown jewels, pp 209-229. In: Speir, J. (ed.) 1998. Sustainable Fisheries for the 21st Century: a critical examination of issues associated with implementing the sustainable fisheries act. Tulane Institute for Environmental Law and Policy. Invited paper.
  61. Domeier, M. CC Koenig, FC Coleman. 1996. Aspects of reproduction and early juvenile development of gray snapper. In F. Arreguin-Sanchez, J. L. Munro, M. C. Balgos & D. Pauly (eds.), pp. 189-201. Biology, fisheries & culture of tropical groupers and snappers. ICLARM Conf. Proc. 48, 449 p.
  62. Coleman, F, C Koenig, LA Collins. 1996. Reproductive styles of shallow-water grouper, consequences of fishing spawning aggregations. Env. Bio. Fishes 47, 129-141. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF00005035#page-1
  63. Coleman, FC 1993. Morphological and physiological consequences of parasites encysted in the bulbus arteriosus of an estuarine fish. J. Parasitology 79(2):247-254.
  64. Day, RH, DHS Wehle, FC Coleman. 1985. Ingestion of plastic pollutants by marine birds, pp 344-386. In: R. S. Shomura. and H. O. Yoshida. (eds). Proc. workshop on the fate and impact of marine debris. 27-29 Nov. 1984, Honolulu, Hawaii. NOAA Tech. Memor. NMFS-SWFC-54.
  65. Wehle, DHS, FC Coleman. 1984.  Plastic menace of the Sea.  Rotarian 14-17
  66. Coleman, FC, DHS Wehle. 1984. Plastic pollution: a worldwide oceanic problem. Parks 9(1): 9-12
  67. Wehle, DHS, FC Coleman 1983. Plastics at Sea. Natural History Feb: 20-26
  68. Coleman, F 1983. Hemanthias peruanus, another hermaphroditic anthiine serranid. Copeia (3):252-253.
  69. Coleman, FC 1981. Protogynous hermaphroditism in the anthiine serranid, Holanthias martinicensis. Copeia. (4):893-895.

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Edited Volumes

  1. Coleman, FC, Thistle, A (guest editors). 2013. Species Interactions in Marine Communities: The Invisible Fabric of Nature. Proceedings of the Eight William R and Lenore Mote International Symposium in Fisheries Management and Ecology, November 8–10, 2011, Sarasota, Florida . Bulletin of Marine Science 89(1).
  2. Coleman, FC, Thistle, A (guest editors). 2010. The Spatial Dimension of Fisheries – Putting it All in Place. Proceedings of the Seventh William R. & Lenore Mote International Symposium in Fisheries Ecology, November 11-13, 2008, Sarasota, Florida. Bulletin of Marine Science 86(2): 165-498
  3. Coleman, FC, RR Warner, AB Thistle (editors). 2008. Life History in Fisheries Ecology and Management. Proceedings of the Sixth William R. & Lenore Mote International Symposium in Fisheries Ecology, November 14–16, 2006, Sarasota, Florida Bulletin of Marine Science 83(1):1-261.
  4. Coleman, FC (guest editor) 2006. The Good Bad, and the Ugly: Integrating Marine and Human Ecology in Fisheries Management. Bulletin of Marine Science 78(3):407-721.
  5. Coleman, FC, C. Walters (guest editors) 2004. Tradeoffs in the Ecosystem Approach to Management Proceedings of the Fourth FSU Mote Symposium, 2002. Sarasota, FL. Bulletin of Marine Science 74(3):489-760
  6. Coleman, FC, J. Travis 2002. (guest editors) Targets Thresholds and the Burden of Proof in Fisheries Management. Proceedings of the Third FSU Mote Syhmposium, 2000. Sarasota, FL. Bulletin of Marine Science vol 74(3):489-760.
  7. Coleman, FC, J. Travis (guest editors) 2000. Essential Fish Habitat and Marine Reserves, Proceedings of the Second FSU Mote Symposium, 1998, Sarasota, FL. Bulletin of Marine Science 63(3): 525-1010.
  8. Coleman, FC, J. Travis, C. Grimes (guest editors). 1998 Marine Stock Enhancement. Proceedings of the First FSU Mote Symposium, 1996, Sarasota, FL. B Featured Article. ulletin of Marine Science vol. 62(2):303-714.

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Books

  1. NRC. 2014. JR Schubel, FC Coleman, C Conrad, DM Debinski, PM Kareiva, GI Matsumoto, DM McKnight, C Parmesan, R Plowes, AG Power, M Power, MR Stromberg. Enhancing the Value and Sustainability of Biological Field Stations and Marine Laboratories in the 21st Century.
  2. NRC. 2004. Sutinen, J., G Boehlert, L Botsford, F Coleman, R. Ditton, T. Quinn, W. Rodgers, E. Schlager. Improving the Use of the “Best Scientific Information Available” Standard in Fisheries Management. National Academy Press, Washington, DC.
  3. NRC. 2001. Houde, E., F. Coleman, P. Dayton, D. Fluharty, G. Kelleher, S. Palumbi, AM Parma, S. Pimm, C. Roberts, S. Smith, G. Somero. R Stoffle, J. Wilen. Marine Protected Areas: Tools for Sustaining Ocean Ecosystems. National Academy Press, Washington, DC.

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Book Chapters

  1. Dornberger, LN, CA Ainsworth, F Coleman, DL Wetzel. 2020. A Synthesis of Top-Down and Bottom-Up Impacts of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Using Ecosystem Modeling, pp. 536-550 In:  Springer, Cham. Deep Sea Oil Spills​
  2. Pears, R; RS Nemeth, BP Ferreira, M Hostim-Silva, AA Bertoncini, FC Coleman, CC Koenig, KL Rhodes, YS de Mitcheson, SA Heppell, PL Colin, MA Samoilys, J. Sakaue, H Akino, H Ida, G Jackson, RR Warner, RJ Hamilton, JH Choat, MT Etpison, P Collins, IJ Clavijo, AH Kitalong. 2012. Species Case Studies, pp. 405-565, in Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations: Biology, Research and Management, Fishes and Fisheries Series Vol. 35 ed. YS DeMitcheson and PL Colin. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-1980-4_12.
  3. Coleman, FC, LE Petes. 2011. Life history trade-offs in marine organisms: consequences of climate change. In W.H. Rodgers, Jr., M. Robinson-Dorn, J. Barcelos, A. Moritz (eds), “Climate Change: A Reader”. Carolina Academic Press, Durham, NC. August 2011.
  4. Coleman FC, Koenig CC. 2010. Oases in a Sea of Sand—The Sea-Floor Architecture of a Fish. In. Cerulean S, Ray J, Wohlpar AJ (eds). Unspoiled. Published by Red Hills Writers Project.
  5. Koenig, CC, AN Shepard, JK Reed, FC Coleman, KM Scanlon, J. Brusher. 2005. Habitat & Fish Populations in the Deep-sea Oculina Coral Ecosystem of the Western Atlantic, pp 795-805 in P. W. Barnes and J. P. Thomas, editors. Benthic Habitats and the Effects of Fishing. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. American Fisheries Society Symposium 41.
  6. Scanlon, KM, FC Coleman, CC Koenig. 2005. Pockmarks on the Outer Shelf in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Gas-release Features or Habitat Modifications by Fish? Pages 301-312, In P. W. Barnes and J. P. Thomas, editors. Benthic Habitats and the Effects of Fishing. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.

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Expert Working Groups

  1. Peterson, C. H., F. C. Coleman, J. B. C. Jackson, R. E. Turner, G. T. Rowe et al. 2011. A Once and Future Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem: Restoration Recommendations of an Expert Working Group. 112pp. The Pew Charitable Trust, Washington, D. C.
  2. Dayton, P., S. Thrush, F. Coleman. 2002 Ecological effects of fishing in the United States. Report to the Pew Oceans Commission.
  3. Fluharty, D., P. Aparicio, P. Blackburn, G. Boehlert, F. Coleman, P. Conkling, R. Costanza, P. Dayton, R. Francis, D. Hanna, K. Hinman, E. Houde, J. Kitchell, R. Langton, J. Lubchenco, M. Mangel, R. Nelson, V. O’Connell, M. Orbach, M. Sissenwine. 1999. Ecosystem-based Fishery Management. A Report to Congress by the Ecosystem Advisory Panel. US Department of Commerce, National Marine Fisheries Service.

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Reports

  1. Koenig, CC, and FC Coleman. 2009. Population density, demographics, and predation effects of adult goliath grouper (Epinephelus itajara). Final Report to NOAA MARFIN for Project NA05NMF4540045.
  2. Scanlon, KM, CC Koenig, FC Coleman, M Miller. 2002. Importance of geology to fisheries management: examples from the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. In McKay, M., Nides, J., and Vigil, D. (eds), Gulf of Mexico Fish and Fisheries: Bringing together New and Recent Research, Minerals Management Service, OCS Study MMS2002-004, CD-ROM
  3. Burns, KM, CC Koenig, FC Coleman. 2002. Evaluation of multiple factors involved in release mortality of undersized red grouper, gag, red snapper, and vermilion snapper. Final report. NOAA. MARFIN Grant. No. NA87FF0421.
  4. Koenig, CC, FC Coleman, J Cavin, T. Schmidt. 2001. Diet of red drum Sciaenops ocellatus and common snook Centropomus undecimalis in Florida Bay and adjacent waters. Final Report. U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service. Coop. Agreement No. CA5280-0-9-9001.
  5. Fitzhugh, G, C. Koenig, F. Coleman, W. Sturges III. 2000. Spawning-to-nursery connection for gag: tests of mechanisms to explain seagrass recruitment patterns. NMFS MARFIN Award No. NA77FF0546 Final Report.
  6. Koenig, C., FC Coleman. 1998. Final Report for MARFIN: Recruitment indices and seagrass habitat relationships of the early juvenile stages of gag grouper, gray snapper, and other economically important reef fishes in the eastern Gulf of Mexico.
  7. Koenig, CC, and FC Coleman. 1998. Final Report for the Florida DEP. Seagrass habitat quality: criteria for the management of economically important finfishes of the N. W. coast of Florida.
  8. Coleman, FC, and CC Koenig. 1998. Florida inshore bait shrimping: experimental analysis of bycatch e and capture-related mortality of selected seagrass-associated finfish species. Final Report. NMFS MARFIN 94MF004-G(SB).
  9. Koenig, CC, F. Coleman, and AM Eklund. 1997. Studies of the jewfish (Epinephelus itajara) in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Final Report. Curtis and Edith Munson Foundation.
  10. Coleman, F, C Koenig, C Grimes. 1997. Management and conservation of temperate reef fishes. Copenhagen: The Council, 1997. 18, [1] p. ICES CM (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea. Theme Session on Applying the Precautionary Approach in Fisheries Environmental Management); 1997/V: 04
  11. Coleman, FC, P Steele, & W Teehan. 1996. Use of bycatch reduction devices in small trawls of sizes set by the net ban. Department of Environmental Protection Contract Final Report (DEP Contract MR081).
  12. Coleman, FC, CC Koenig. 1995. Florida inshore shrimping: experimental analysis of bycatch reduction. NMFS/MARFIN Final Report Grant NA37FF0051.
  13. Coleman, FC, CC Koenig, WF Herrnkind. 1994. Survey of Florida inshore shrimp trawler bycatch.. Florida DNR Final Report (DNR Contract C-7779).
  14. Coleman, FC, CC Koenig, WF Herrnkind. 1993. Survey of Florida inshore shrimp trawling bycatch preliminary BRD tests. Florida DNR Final Report Contract C-6953.
  15. Koenig, CC, CB Grimes, FC Coleman. 1993. Grouper reproduction: the problem, research priorities, & management options for sustainable fisheries. Proc. Recom., NMFS/SEFSC Grouper Meeting, Panama City, FL. November 1993.

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