Reports

The following list includes reports generated by the VIMS Juvenile Fish and Blue Crab Trawl Survey and/or reports resulting from samples or data collected by the Survey (most recent first).

Tuckey, T.D. and M.C. Fabrizio. 2016. Estimating relative juvenile abundance of ecologically important finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay. Project # F-104-R-20. Annual report to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 145 pp.  Download PDF (5.86MB).

Tuckey, T.D. and M.C. Fabrizio. 2015. Estimating relative juvenile abundance of ecologically important finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay. Project # F-104-R-19. Annual report to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 101 pp. Download PDF (3.16MB).

Tuckey, T.D. and M.C. Fabrizio. 2014. Estimating relative juvenile abundance of ecologically important finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay. Project # F-104-R-18. Annual report to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 95 pp. Download PDF (3.36MB).

Tuckey, T.D. and M.C. Fabrizio. 2013. Establishing Field-based Evidence for the Effects of Hypoxia on the Reproductive Capacity of Chesapeake Bay Fishes. Award # NA10NMF4570452. Final report to NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 54 pp. Download PDF (8.08MB).

Tuckey, T.D. and M.C. Fabrizio. 2013. Estimating relative juvenile abundance of ecologically important finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay. Project # F-104-R-17. Annual report to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 97 pp. Download PDF (3.33 MB).

Tuckey, T.D. and M.C. Fabrizio. 2012. Estimating relative juvenile abundance of ecologically important finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay. Project # F-104-R-16. Annual report to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 94 pp. Download PDF (3.04 MB).

Tuckey, T.D. and M.C. Fabrizio. 2011. Estimating relative juvenile abundance of ecologically important finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay. Project # F-104-R-15. Annual report to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 95 pp. Download PDF (2.98 MB).

Tuckey, T.D. and M.C. Fabrizio. 2010. Estimating relative juvenile abundance of ecologically important finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay. Project # F-104-R-14. Annual report to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 84 pp. Download PDF (2.97 MB).

Tuckey, T.D. and M.C. Fabrizio. 2009. Estimating relative juvenile abundance of ecologically important finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay. Project # F-104-R-13. Annual report to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 83 pp.  Download PDF (3.18 MB).

Fabrizio, M.C. and T.D. Tuckey. 2008. Estimating relative juvenile abundance of ecologically important finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay. Project # F-104-R-12. Annual report to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 84 pp. Download PDF (3.47 MB).

Fabrizio, M.C. and M.M. Montane. 2007. Estimating relative juvenile abundance of ecologically important finfish and invertebrates in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay, Award # NA03NMF4570378, June 2003-May 2007. Final report to NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 97 pp. Download PDF (3.12 MB).

Montane, M.M. and M.C. Fabrizio. 2006. Estimating relative abundance of recreationally important finfish and crustaceans in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay, Project # RF 05-15, June 2005-May 2006. Annual report to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission Marine Recreational Fishing Advisory Board. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 125 pp. (Revised December 7, 2006) Download PDF (8372 KB).

Parthree, D.J., C.F. Bonzek and R.J. Latour. 2006. Chesapeake Bay Trophic Interactions Laboratory Services, June 2003-June 2006, Project RF 05-12. Final report to Virginia Marine Resources Commission Marine Recreational Fishing Advisory Board. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 22 pp. Download PDF (563 KB).

Montane, M.M. and W.A. Lowery. 2005. Estimating relative juvenile abundance of ecologically important finfish and invertebrates in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay, Project # NA03NMF4570378, July 2004 - June 2005. Annual Report to NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 123 pp. Download PDF (4099 KB).

Montane, M.M., W.A. Lowery and H.M. Austin. 2004. Estimating relative juvenile abundance of ecologically important finfish and invertebrates in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay, Project # NA03NMF4570378, June 2003 - May 2004. Annual Report to NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 106 pp. Download PDF (5413 KB).

Montane, M.M., H.M. Austin, P.J. Geer and W.A. Lowery. 2003. Estimation of relative abundance of recreationally important juvenile finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay, Project #RF02-11 and RF03-07, June 2002 - July 2003. Annual Report to VMRC Marine Recreational Fishing Advisory Board (MRFAB). Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 99 pp.

Montane, M.M., H.M. Austin, P.J. Geer and W.A. Lowery. 2002. Estimation of relative abundance of recreationally important juvenile finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay, Project #RF01-3, July 2001 - June 2002. Annual Report to VMRC MRFAB. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point. VA. 90 pp.

Austin, H.M., A.D. Estes and D.M. Seaver. 2001. Estimation of juvenile striped bass relative abundance in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay: Annual Progress Report, Project #F87R4. Annual Report to VMRC and USFWS. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA.

Geer, P.J., and H.M. Austin. 2000. Estimation of relative abundance of recreationally important finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay. Annual Report to VMRC and USFWS Sportfish Restoration Project F104R10. July 1999 - June 2000. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 122 pp.

Land, M.F., P.J. Geer, C.F. Bonzek, and H.M. Austin. 1996. Juvenile finfish and blue crab stock assessment program York River random bottom trawl survey data summary report. Volume R1991-1994. Virginia Institute of Marine Science Special Report 124. 289 pp.

Land, M.F., P.J. Geer, C.F. Bonzek, and H.M. Austin. 1996. Juvenile finfish and blue crab stock assessment program York River random bottom trawl survey data summary report. Volume R1989-1990. Virginia Institute of Marine Science Special Report 124. 103 pp.

Bonzek, C.F., P.J. Geer, and H.M. Austin. 1995. VIMS juvenile fish trawl survey. Juvenile indices 1979-1994. Virginia Sea Grant Marine Advisory No. 57. Virginia Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program, College of William and Mary, VIMS/SMS, Gloucester Point, VA. 15 p. Lipcius, R.N., J. van Montfrans, J. Metcalf, and M. Montane. 1995. Blue crab: status of the fishery and management strategies. Virginia Marine Resource Bulletin 27(1-2): 17-21.

Geer, P.J., H.M. Austin, and D.N. Hata. 1995. Estimation of relative abundance of recreationally important finfish in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay July 1994 - June 1995. Annual Report to VMRC/USFWS. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 171 pp.

Land, M.F., P.J. Geer, C.F. Bonzek, and H.M. Austin. 1995. Juvenile finfish and blue crab stock assessment program bottom trawl survey annual data summary series. Volume 1994. Virginia Institute of Marine Science Special Report 124. 211 pp.

Bonzek, C.F., P.J. Geer, and H.M. Austin. VIMS juvenile fish trawl survey juvenile indices 1979-1994. Virginia Sea Grant Marine Resource Advisory No. 57. Link to report

Geer, P.J. 1994. Virginia Institute of Marine Science's Trawl Survey. Pp. 61-79. In Proceedings of the workshop on the collection and use of trawl survey data for fisheries management. T. Berger, ed. Special Report No. 35 of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, August 15-17, 1994, Charleston, SC. 192 pp.

Mosca, T.C., H.M. Austin, and D.M. Plotner. 1994. Evidence for a relation between a white perch young-of-the-year index and indices of later life stages. Proc. pp. 58-62. In Toward a sustainable coastal watershed: The Chesapeake Experiment. Ches. Res. Cons. Publ. No.149, 99 pp.

Geer, P.J. 1993. Virginia report for Atlantic croaker and spot. Pgs. 24-33, 103-112. In Proceedings of a workshop of spot (Leiostomus xanthurus) and Atlantic croaker (Micropogonias undulatus). L.L. Kline and H. Speirs, eds. Special Report No. 25 of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission. October 26-27, 1993, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. 160 pp.

Austin, H.M., C.F. Bonzek and T.C. Mosca III. Chesapeake Bay Stock Assessment Committee Virginia and Maryland juvenile finfish data young-of-the-year indices. Chesapeake Bay Status of Stocks Report 1990-1991. Link to report

Bonzek, C.F., P.J. Geer, J.A. Colvocoresses and R.E. Harris Jr. 1991. Juvenile finfish and blue crab stock assessment program bottom trawl survey. Annual report series, No. 124 volume 1990. Link to report

Austin, H.M. and C.F. Bonzek. Chesapeake Bay Stock Assessment Committee Virginia juvenile finfish trawl data. Chesapeake Bay Status of Stocks Report 1988-1989. Link to report