Study of migratory patterns of fish and shellfish through a natural pass.
King, B.D., III.
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The movements of commercially important species of fish and crustaceans through Cedar Bayou inlet, Texas were monitored to determine the spatial distribution and seasonality of each species and to identify environmental factors which cause or affect movements beween oceanic and estuarine waters. The species studied included the brown shrimp, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, red drum, black drum, southern flounder, sheepshead, and spotted seatrout. Data concerning the seasonal abundance and vertical and horizontal distribution of each species are presented.