Edward V Camp
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A review of global oyster aquaculture production and consumption
R Botta, F Asche, JS Borsum, EV Camp
Marine Policy 117, 103952, 2020
Catch and non-catch-related determinants of where anglers fish: a review of three decades of site choice research in recreational fisheries
LM Hunt, E Camp, B van Poorten, R Arlinghaus
Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 27 (3), 261-286, 2019
Understanding and managing social–ecological feedbacks in spatially structured recreational fisheries: the overlooked behavioral dimension
HGM Ward, MS Allen, EV Camp, N Cole, LM Hunt, B Matthias, JR Post, ...
Fisheries 41 (9), 524-535, 2016
Collapse of a historic oyster fishery: diagnosing causes and identifying paths toward increased resilience
EV Camp, WE Pine III, K Havens, AS Kane, CJ Walters, T Irani, ...
Ecology and Society 20 (3), 2015
The curious case of eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica stock status in Apalachicola Bay, Florida
WE Pine III, CJ Walters, EV Camp, R Bouchillon, R Ahrens, L Sturmer, ...
Ecology and Society 20 (3), 2015
Potentials and limitations of stock enhancement in marine recreational fisheries systems: an integrative review of Florida's Red Drum enhancement
EV Camp, K Lorenzen, RNM Ahrens, L Barbieri, KM Leber
Reviews in Fisheries Science 21 (3-4), 388-402, 2013
Trade-offs between socioeconomic and conservation management objectives in stock enhancement of marine recreational fisheries
EV Camp, SL Larkin, RNM Ahrens, K Lorenzen
Fisheries research 186, 446-459, 2017
Density-dependence in the life history of fishes: when is a fish recruited?
K Lorenzen, EV Camp
Fisheries Research 217, 5-10, 2019
Stock enhancement to address multiple recreational fisheries objectives: an integrated model applied to red drum Sciaenops ocellatus in Florida
EV Camp, K Lorenzen, RNM Ahrens, MS Allen
Journal of Fish Biology 85 (6), 1868-1889, 2014
Grand challenges in the management and conservation of North American inland fishes and fisheries
AJ Lynch, SJ Cooke, TD Beard Jr, YC Kao, K Lorenzen, AM Song, ...
Fisheries 42 (2), 115-124, 2017
Evaluating short openings as a management tool to maximize catch-related utility in catch-and-release fisheries
EV Camp, BT Poorten, CJ Walters
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35 (6), 1106-1120, 2015
Apalachicola Bay oyster situation report
K Havens, M Allen, E Camp, T Irani, AM Lindsey, J Glenn, A Kane, ...
Replacement of rooted macrophytes by filamentous macroalgae: effects on small fishes and macroinvertebrates
EV Camp, CL Staudhammer, WE Pine, JC Tetzlaff, TK Frazer
Hydrobiologia 722, 159-170, 2014
Angler travel distances: Implications for spatial approaches to marine recreational fisheries governance
EV Camp, RNM Ahrens, C Crandall, K Lorenzen
Marine Policy 87, 263-274, 2018
Relationships between angling effort and fish abundance in recreational marine fisheries
EV Camp, RNM Ahrens, MS Allen, K Lorenzen
Fisheries Management and Ecology 23 (3-4), 264-275, 2016
Catchability model selection for estimating the composition of fishes and invertebrates within dynamic aquatic ecosystems
MV Lauretta, EV Camp, WE Pine III, TK Frazer
Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences 70 (3), 381-392, 2013
Changes in submersed aquatic vegetation affect predation risk of a common prey fish Lucania parva (Cyprinodontiformes: Fundulidae) in a spring‐fed coastal river
EV Camp, DC Gwinn, WE PINE III, TK Frazer
Fisheries Management and Ecology 19 (3), 245-251, 2012
Addressing challenges common to modern recreational fisheries with a buffet-style landscape management approach
BT van Poorten, EV Camp
Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 27 (4), 393-416, 2019
Using fisheries modeling to assess candidate species for marine fisheries enhancement
TM Garlock, EV Camp, K Lorenzen
Fisheries Research 186, 460-467, 2017
Resilience management for conservation of inland recreational fisheries
EV Camp, MA Kaemingk, RNM Ahrens, WM Potts, WE Pine III, OLF Weyl, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 498, 2020
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