Rulifson, Roger A. (Roger Allen) 1951-

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EFFECTS OF A REVERSE OSMOSIS-WATER TREATMENT PLANT BRINY CONCENTRATE DISCHARGED INTO AN ESTUARY. 2011 74870 Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Plants (RO-WTPs) create potable water and a briny concentrate that must be disposed; often it is discharged into nearby surface waters. Currently there is no published research to examine effects of this discharge on t...
Food and feeding habits of the spiny dogfish Squalus acanthias overwintering off the coast of North Carolina and the effects on the marine community 2012 74870 Spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) are small highly migratory sharks that occur in large numbers in North Carolina nearshore waters between November and March. This species has long been considered a pest by commercial fishermen and is suspected of be...
Historical Ecology of Striped Bass Stocking in the Southeastern United States 2012 74870 Striped bass (Morone saxatilis) is the most recreationally and commercially important non-salmonid fish species in the continental United States. As such it has been exploited to the point of collapse at various points throughout our Nation's history...
Maturation Fecundity and Spawning Frequency of the Albemarle/Roanoke Striped Bass Stock 2011 74870 The principal striped bass Morone saxatilis population in North Carolina the Albemarle/Roanoke (A/R) stock has grown tremendously in size and age structure over the last twenty years necessitating an up-to-date maturity and fecundity schedule. The la...
River Herring Nursery Habitat in Albemarle Sound North Carolina Inferred from Otolith Microchemistry 2012 74870 River herring is a collective term used to describe two similar alosine species: alewife Alosa pseudoharengus and blueback herring A. aestivalis. Both of these anadromous species are native to the Atlantic coast of North America and spawn in North Ca...