griddap Subset tabledap Make A Graph wms files Title Summary FGDC ISO 19115 Info Background Info RSS Email Institution Dataset ID
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 1999" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2000.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2000.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2000" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2000_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2000_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2000/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2000.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2000&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2000
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2001.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2001 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2001.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2001" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2001_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2001_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2001/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2001.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2001&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2001
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2002.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2002 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2002.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2002" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2002_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2002_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2002/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2002.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2002&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2002
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2003.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2003 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2003.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2003" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2003_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2003_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2003/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2003.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2003&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2003
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2004.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2004 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2004.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2004" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2004_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2004_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2004/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2004.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2004&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2004
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2005.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2005 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2005.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2005" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2005_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2005_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2005/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2005.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2005&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2005
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2006.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2006 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2006.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2006" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2006_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2006_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2006/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2006.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2006&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2006
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2007" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2008" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2009.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2009 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2009.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2009" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2009_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2009_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2009/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2009.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2009&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2009
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2010.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2010 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2010.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2010" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2010_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2010_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2010/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2010.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2010&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2010
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2011" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2012" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2013" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2014" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2015" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2016" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2017" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2018" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 1999" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2000" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2001" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2002" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2003" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2004" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2005" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2006" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2007" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2008" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2009" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2010" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2011" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2012" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2013" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2014" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2015" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015
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https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2000.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2000.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Measure v2.3 - 2000" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) occurrenceID (occurrenceID (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement) measurementRemark (remark to measurement) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2000_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2000_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2000/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2000.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2000&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2000
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https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2010.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2010 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2010.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2010" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2010_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2010_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2010/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2010.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2010&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2010
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2011" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2012" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2013" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2014" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2015" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2016" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2017" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018.graph "CREMP - Dry Tortugas Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2018" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI dt_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1996.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1996 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1996.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 1996" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1996_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1996_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1996/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1996.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1996&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1996
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1997.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1997 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1997.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 1997" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1997_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1997_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1997/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1997.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1997&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1997
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1998.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1998 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1998.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 1998" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1998_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1998_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1998/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1998.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1998&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1998
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 1999" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_1999
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https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2007" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2007
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2008" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2008
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2011" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2011
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2012" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2012
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2013" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2013
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2014" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2014
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2015" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2015
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2016" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2016
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2017" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2017
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited DATA v2.3.1 - 2018" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) subRegionID (sub region sample identitfication) habitatID (habitat identitfication) siteCode (Code for the Site) siteID (Site identifier) siteName (Site Name) stationNumber (Station number) averageNumberOfPoints (Number of Points analize for sampling area, count) transectLengthInMeters (Side length or transect length in meters of sampling rectangle. Area[m^2] = side length[m] x 2[m] width, m) type language ... (42 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_DATA_v2_3_1_2018
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1996.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1996 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1996.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 1996" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1996_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1996_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1996/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1996.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1996&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1996
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1997.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1997 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1997.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 1997" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1997_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1997_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1997/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1997.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1997&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1997
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1998.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1998 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1998.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 1998" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1998_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1998_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1998/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1998.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1998&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1998
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 1999" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_1999
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2000" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2000
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2001" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2001
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2002" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2002
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2003" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2003
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2004" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2004
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2005" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2005
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2006" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2006
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2007" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2007
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2008" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2008
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2009" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2009
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2010" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2010
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2011" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2011
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2012" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2012
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2013" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2013
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2014" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2014
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2015" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2015
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2016.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2016 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2016.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2016" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2016_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2016_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2016/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2016.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2016&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2016
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2017.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2017 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2017.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2017" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2017_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2017_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2017/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2017.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2017&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2017
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2018.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2018 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2018.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Event v2.3.1 - 2018" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) type language license datasetID (Dataset Identification Number) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) firstYear (First Year of Observation) lastYear (Last Year of Observation) samplingProtocol (Video Transect Method for Coral Reef Monitoring) sampleSizeValue (Side length or transect lenght In Meters of sampling rectangle (multiply the length in m by width (2 m) to obtain the area)., meters) sampleSizeUnit (Units used for Sampling transect,  Meters, meters) ... (11 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2018_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2018_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2018/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2018.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2018&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Event_v2_3_1_2018
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https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1997.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1997 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1997.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Measure v2.3 - 1997" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) occurrenceID (occurrenceID (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement) measurementRemark (remark to measurement) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1997_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1997_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1997/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1997.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1997&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1997
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1998.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1998 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1998.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Measure v2.3 - 1998" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) occurrenceID (occurrenceID (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement) measurementRemark (remark to measurement) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1998_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1998_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1998/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1998.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1998&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1998
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1999.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Measure v2.3 - 1999" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) occurrenceID (occurrenceID (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement) measurementRemark (remark to measurement) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1999/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1999&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_1999
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https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2009.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2009 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2009.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Measure v2.3 - 2009" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) occurrenceID (occurrenceID (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement) measurementRemark (remark to measurement) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2009_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2009_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2009/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2009.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2009&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2009
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2010.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2010 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2010.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Measure v2.3 - 2010" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) occurrenceID (occurrenceID (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement) measurementRemark (remark to measurement) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2010_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2010_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2010/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2010.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2010&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2010
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2015.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2015 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2015.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Measure v2.3 - 2015" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) occurrenceID (occurrenceID (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement) measurementRemark (remark to measurement) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2015_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2015_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2015/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2015.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2015&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2015
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2016.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2016 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2016.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Measure v2.3 - 2016" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) occurrenceID (occurrenceID (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement) measurementRemark (remark to measurement) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2016_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2016_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2016/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2016.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2016&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2016
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2017.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2017 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2017.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Measure v2.3 - 2017" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) occurrenceID (occurrenceID (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement) measurementRemark (remark to measurement) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2017_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2017_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2017/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2017.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2017&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Measure_v2_3_1_2017
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https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2011" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2011
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2012" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2012
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2013" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2013
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2014" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2014
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2015" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2015
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2016" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2016
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2017" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2017
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018.graph "CREMP - Florida Keys Revisited OBIS_Occurrence v2.3 - 2018" The purpose of the Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) is to monitor the status and trends of selected reefs in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary(FKNMS).CREMP assessments have been conducted annually at fixed sites since 1996 and data collectedprovides information on the temporal changes in benthic cover and diversity of stony corals andassociated marine flora and fauna. The core field methods continue to be underwatervideography and timed coral species inventories. Findings presented in this report include datafrom 109 stations at 37 sites sampled from 1996 through 2008 in the Florida Keys and 1999 through 2008 in the Dry Tortugas. The report describes the annual differences (between 2007 and 2008) in the percent cover of major benthic taxa (stony corals, octocorals, sponges, and macroalgae), mean coral species richness and the incidence of stony coral conditions. Additionally, it examines the long-term trends of the major benthic taxa, five coral complex, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, Siderastrea siderea, and Porites astreoides) and the clionaid sponge, Cliona delitrix. cdm_data_type = Point VARIABLES: Samples time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) occurrenceID (occurrence identification (Year_subRegionID_habitatID_SiteCode_siteID_station#_scientificNameID)) organismQuantity (Number of Organism per sample Area in Square Meters(value x 100 = percent coverage).) organismQuantityType (Percent Coverage) occurrenceStatus (A statement about the presence or absence of a Taxon at a Location.) scientificName (Scientific Name) acceptedNameUsage (accepted Name Usage) vernacularName (Common, vernacular Name) ... (14 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018/index.xhtml http://gcoos4.tamu.edu:8080/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018&showErrors=false&email= FWC-FWRI fk_CREMP_Rev_OBIS_Occurrence_v2_3_1_2018
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/allDatasets.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/allDatasets https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/allDatasets.graph * The List of All Active Datasets in this ERDDAP * This dataset is a table which has a row of information for each dataset currently active in this ERDDAP. cdm_data_type = Other VARIABLES: datasetID (Dataset ID) accessible institution dataStructure (Data Structure) cdm_data_type (Common Data Model Type) class (ERDDAP Class) title minLongitude (Minimum Longitude, degrees_east) maxLongitude (Maximum Longitude, degrees_east) longitudeSpacing (Average Grid Longitude Spacing, degrees_east) minLatitude (Minimum Latitude, degrees_north) maxLatitude (Maximum Latitude, degrees_north) latitudeSpacing (Average Grid Latitude Spacing, degrees_north) minAltitude (Minimum Altitude or -Depth, m) maxAltitude (Maximum Altitude or -Depth, m) minTime (Minimum Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) maxTime (Maximum Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) timeSpacing (Average Grid Time Spacing, seconds) griddap (Base URL of OPeNDAP Grid Service) subset (URL of Subset Web Page) tabledap (Base URL of OPeNDAP Table/Sequence Service) MakeAGraph (URL of Make-A-Graph Web Page) sos (Base URL of SOS Service) wcs (Base URL of WCS Service) wms (Base URL of WMS Service) files (Base URL of /files/ Service) ... (10 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/allDatasets/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap GCOOS allDatasets
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1981 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1981) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1982 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1982) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1983.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1983 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1983.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1983 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1983) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1983_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1983_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1983/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1983.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1983&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1983
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1984.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1984 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1984.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1984 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1984) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1984_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1984_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1984/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1984.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1984&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1984
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1985.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1985 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1985.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1985 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1985) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1985_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1985_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1985/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1985.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1985&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1985
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1986.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1986 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1986.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1986 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1986) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1986_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1986_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1986/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1986.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1986&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1986
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1987.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1987 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1987.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1987 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1987) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1987_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1987_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1987/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1987.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1987&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1987
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1988.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1988 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1988.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1988 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1988) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1988_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1988_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1988/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1988.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1988&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1988
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1989 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1989) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1990 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1990) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1991 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1991) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1992 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1992) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1993 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1993) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1994 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1994) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1995 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1995) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1996 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1996) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1997 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1997) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1998 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1998) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1999 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1999) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2000 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2000) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2001 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2001) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2002 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2002) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2003 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2003) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2004 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2004) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2005 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2005) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2006.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2006 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2006.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2006 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2006) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2006_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2006_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2006/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2006.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2006&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2006
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2007.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2007 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2007.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2007 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2007) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (45 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2007_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2007_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2007/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2007.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2007&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2007
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1981.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1981 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1981.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1981 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1981) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1981_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1981_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1981/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1981.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1981&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1981
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1982.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1982 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1982.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1982 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1982) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1982_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1982_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1982/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1982.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1982&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1982
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1983.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1983 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1983.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1983 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1983) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1983_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1983_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1983/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1983.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1983&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1983
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1984.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1984 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1984.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1984 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1984) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1984_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1984_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1984/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1984.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1984&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1984
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1985.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1985 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1985.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1985 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1985) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1985_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1985_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1985/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1985.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1985&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1985
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1986.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1986 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1986.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1986 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1986) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1986_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1986_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1986/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1986.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1986&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1986
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1987.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1987 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1987.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1987 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1987) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1987_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1987_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1987/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1987.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1987&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1987
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1988.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1988 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1988.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1988 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1988) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1988_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1988_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1988/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1988.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1988&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1988
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1989.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1989 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1989.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1989 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1989) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1989_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1989_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1989/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1989.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1989&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1989
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1990.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1990 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1990.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1990 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1990) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1990_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1990_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1990/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1990.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1990&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1990
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1991.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1991 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1991.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1991 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1991) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1991_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1991_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1991/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1991.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1991&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1991
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1992.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1992 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1992.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1992 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1992) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1992_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1992_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1992/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1992.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1992&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1992
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1993.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1993 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1993.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1993 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1993) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1993_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1993_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1993/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1993.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1993&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1993
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1994.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1994 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1994.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1994 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1994) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1994_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1994_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1994/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1994.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1994&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1994
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1995.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1995 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1995.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1995 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1995) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1995_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1995_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1995/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1995.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1995&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1995
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1996.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1996 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1996.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1996 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1996) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1996_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1996_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1996/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1996.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1996&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1996
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1997.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1997 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1997.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1997 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1997) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1997_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1997_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1997/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1997.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1997&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1997
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1998.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1998 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1998.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1998 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1998) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1998_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1998_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1998/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1998.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1998&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1998
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1999.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_1999 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1999) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1999/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1999&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_1999
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2000.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2000.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_2000 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2000) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2000_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2000_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2000/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2000.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2000&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2000
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2001.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2001 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2001.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_2001 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2001) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2001_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2001_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2001/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2001.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2001&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2001
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2002.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2002 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2002.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_2002 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2002) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2002_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2002_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2002/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2002.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2002&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2002
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2003.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2003 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2003.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_2003 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2003) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2003_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2003_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2003/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2003.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2003&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2003
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2004.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2004 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2004.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_2004 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2004) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2004_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2004_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2004/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2004.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2004&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2004
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2005.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2005 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2005.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_2005 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2005) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2005_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2005_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2005/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2005.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2005&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2005
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2006.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2006 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2006.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_2006 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2006) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2006_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2006_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2006/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2006.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2006&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2006
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2007.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2007 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2007.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_Event_2007 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2007) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) country (country of origen of data) stateProvince (Name of State of data origen) locality (Station description) water_Body ... (13 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2007_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2007_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2007/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2007.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2007&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_Event_2007
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1981.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1981 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1981.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1981 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1981) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1981_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1981_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1981/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1981.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1981&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1981
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1982.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1982 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1982.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1982 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1982) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1982_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1982_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1982/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1982.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1982&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1982
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1983.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1983 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1983.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1983 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1983) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1983_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1983_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1983/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1983.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1983&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1983
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1984.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1984 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1984.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1984 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1984) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1984_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1984_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1984/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1984.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1984&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1984
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1985.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1985 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1985.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1985 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1985) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1985_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1985_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1985/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1985.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1985&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1985
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1986.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1986 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1986.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1986 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1986) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1986_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1986_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1986/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1986.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1986&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1986
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1987.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1987 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1987.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1987 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1987) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1987_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1987_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1987/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1987.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1987&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1987
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1988.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1988 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1988.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1988 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1988) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1988_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1988_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1988/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1988.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1988&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1988
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1989) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1990) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1991) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1992) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1993) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1994) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1995) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1996) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1997) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1998) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1999) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2000) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2001) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2002) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2003) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2004) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2005) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2006.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2006 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2006.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2006 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2006) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2006_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2006_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2006/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2006.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2006&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2006
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2007.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2007 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2007.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2007 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2007) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) measurementDeterminedDate (date of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) measurementMethod (measurement method) measurementRemark (date of measurement) crs https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2007_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2007_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2007/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2007.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2007&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2007
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1981.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1981 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1981.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1981 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1981) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1981_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1981_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1981/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1981.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1981&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1981
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1982.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1982 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1982.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1982 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1982) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1982_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1982_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1982/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1982.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1982&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1982
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1983.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1983 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1983.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1983 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1983) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1983_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1983_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1983/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1983.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1983&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1983
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1984.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1984 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1984.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1984 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1984) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1984_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1984_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1984/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1984.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1984&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1984
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1985.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1985 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1985.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1985 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1985) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1985_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1985_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1985/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1985.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1985&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1985
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1986.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1986 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1986.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1986 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1986) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1986_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1986_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1986/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1986.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1986&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1986
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1987.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1987 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1987.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1987 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1987) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1987_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1987_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1987/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1987.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1987&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1987
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1988.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1988 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1988.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1988 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1988) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1988_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1988_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1988/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1988.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1988&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1988
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1989) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1990) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1991) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1992) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1993) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1994) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1995) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1996) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1997) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1998) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_1999) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2000) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2001) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2002) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2003) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2004) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2005) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2006.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2006 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2006.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2006 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2006) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2006_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2006_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2006/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2006.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2006&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2006
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2007.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2007 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2007.graph CAGES - Alabama_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2007 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Alabama_2007) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) recordedBy (recorded By) ocurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) ... (22 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2007_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2007_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2007/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2007.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2007&showErrors=false&email= SFSC ac_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2007
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1989 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1989) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1989
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1990 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1990) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1990
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1991 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1991) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1991
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1992 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1992) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1992
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1993 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1993) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1993
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1994 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1994) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1994
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1995 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1995) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1995
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1996 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1996) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1996
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1997 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1997) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1997
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1998 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1998) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1998
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1999 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1999) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1999
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2000 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2000) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2000
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2001 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2001) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2001
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2002 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2002) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2002
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2003 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2003) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2003
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2004 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2004) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2004
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_2005 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2005) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) FKEY (File identifier (reference_Code)) station_Code gear (Gear name) ... (61 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_2005
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1989.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1989 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1989.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1989 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1989) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1989_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1989_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1989/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1989.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1989&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1989
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1990.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1990 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1990.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1990 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1990) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1990_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1990_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1990/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1990.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1990&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1990
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1991.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1991 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1991.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1991 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1991) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1991_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1991_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1991/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1991.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1991&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1991
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1992.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1992 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1992.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1992 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1992) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1992_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1992_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1992/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1992.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1992&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1992
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1993.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1993 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1993.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1993 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1993) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1993_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1993_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1993/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1993.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1993&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1993
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1994.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1994 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1994.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1994 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1994) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1994_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1994_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1994/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1994.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1994&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1994
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1995.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1995 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1995.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1995 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1995) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1995_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1995_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1995/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1995.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1995&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1995
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1996.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1996 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1996.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1996 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1996) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1996_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1996_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1996/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1996.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1996&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1996
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1997.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1997 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1997.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1997 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1997) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1997_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1997_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1997/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1997.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1997&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1997
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1998.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1998 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1998.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1998 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1998) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1998_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1998_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1998/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1998.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1998&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1998
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1999.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1999 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1999) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1999/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1999&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_1999
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2000.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2000.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2000 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2000) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2000_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2000_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2000/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2000.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2000&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2000
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2001.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2001 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2001.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2001 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2001) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2001_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2001_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2001/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2001.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2001&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2001
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2002.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2002 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2002.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2002 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2002) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2002_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2002_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2002/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2002.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2002&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2002
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2003.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2003 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2003.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2003 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2003) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2003_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2003_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2003/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2003.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2003&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2003
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2004.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2004 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2004.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2004 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2004) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2004_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2004_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2004/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2004.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2004&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2004
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2005.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2005 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2005.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2005 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2005) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) waterBody (Water_Body) type ... (15 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2005_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2005_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2005/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2005.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2005&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Event_2005
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1989) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1989
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1990) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1990
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1991) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1991
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1992) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1992
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1993) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1993
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1994) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1994
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1995) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1995
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1996) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1996
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1997) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1997
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1998) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1998
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1999) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_1999
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2000) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2000
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2001) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2001
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2002) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2002
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2003) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2003
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2004) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2004
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2005) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) occurrenceID (occurrence identifcation number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_aphiaID_sample_nr)) measurementType (type of measurement) measurementValue (measurement value) measurementUnit (measurement unit) ... (4 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_MeasurementOrFact_2005
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1989) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1989
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1990) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1990
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1991) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1991
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1992) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1992
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1993) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1993
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1994) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1994
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1995) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1995
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1996) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1996
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1997) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1997
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1998) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1998
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_1999) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_1999
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2000) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2000
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2001) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2001
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2002) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2002
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2003) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2003
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2004) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2004
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005.graph CAGES - Florida_CPUE_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Florida_2005) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (start depth, m) depth2 (end depth, m) depth3 (Secchi depth, m) datasetName (Dataset Name) eventID (Event Identification Number (date.station_Code.gear_Code_sample_Code_sample_nr)) basisOfRecord (basis Of Record) ... (23 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005&showErrors=false&email= SFSC fc_CAGES_Trawl_study_OBIS_Occurrence_2005
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1973.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1973 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1973.graph CAGES - Mississippi_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1973 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Mississippi_1973) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (48 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1973_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1973_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1973/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1973.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1973&showErrors=false&email= SFSC mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1973
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1974.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1974 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1974.graph CAGES - Mississippi_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1974 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Mississippi_1974) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (48 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1974_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1974_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1974/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1974.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1974&showErrors=false&email= SFSC mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1974
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1975.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1975 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1975.graph CAGES - Mississippi_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1975 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Mississippi_1975) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (48 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1975_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1975_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1975/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1975.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1975&showErrors=false&email= SFSC mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1975
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1976.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1976 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1976.graph CAGES - Mississippi_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1976 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Mississippi_1976) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (48 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1976_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1976_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1976/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1976.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1976&showErrors=false&email= SFSC mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1976
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1977.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1977 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1977.graph CAGES - Mississippi_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1977 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Mississippi_1977) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (48 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1977_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1977_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1977/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1977.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1977&showErrors=false&email= SFSC mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1977
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1978.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1978 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1978.graph CAGES - Mississippi_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1978 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Mississippi_1978) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (48 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1978_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1978_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1978/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1978.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1978&showErrors=false&email= SFSC mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1978
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1979.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1979 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1979.graph CAGES - Mississippi_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1979 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Mississippi_1979) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (48 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1979_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1979_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1979/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1979.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1979&showErrors=false&email= SFSC mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1979
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1980.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1980 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1980.graph CAGES - Mississippi_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1980 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Mississippi_1980) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (48 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1980_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1980_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1980/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1980.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1980&showErrors=false&email= SFSC mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1980
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981.graph CAGES - Mississippi_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1981 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Mississippi_1981) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (48 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981&showErrors=false&email= SFSC mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1981
https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982.subset https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/tabledap/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982.graph CAGES - Mississippi_CPUE_Trawl_study_DATA_1982 Estuaries are important in supporting much of the fishery production in the Gulf of Mexico, but this support appears to vary widely among different estuarine systems. The main objective of this project was to assess variability among estuaries in supporting fishery species and other abundant nekton. The project is part of a larger effort of the National Marine Fisheries Service Galveston Laboratory to develop a Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES). The nekton abundance data summarized in this report are available at http://data.gcoos.org. This cooperative study with state natural resources agencies was designed to use fishery independent monitoring data and compare historical catches from 4.9-m and 6.1-m trawl surveys. This report provides an assessment of the abundance, length frequencies, and biomass of 14 species of fish and four species of decapod crustaceans that were either abundant in the samples or economically important. The most abundant species in the analysis include bay anchovy, Atlantic croaker, spot, and brown shrimp. Other fishery species of particular interest include Gulf menhaden, white shrimp, pink shrimp, blue crab, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, and red drum. While the years analyzed varied among states, samples from most estuaries were available and analyzed for the years 1986 to 2005. The 24 estuaries analyzed were identified using the Estuarine and Coastal Drainage Areas delineated by the U. S.Geological Survey and listed in NOAAs Coastal Assessment Framework cdm_data_type = Trajectory VARIABLES: trajectory (CAGES_Mississippi_1982) observations time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z) eventDate (Event Date) latitude (degrees_north) longitude (degrees_east) depth (depth below mean sea level, m) geodeticDatum (geodetic Datum) sample_nr (Sample number) sample_Code FKEY (File identifier (date.station_code.gear_code)) station_Code ... (48 more variables) https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982_fgdc.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982_iso19115.xml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982/index.xhtml https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/info/index.html?page=1&itemsPerPage=1000 https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/rss/mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982.rss https://gcoos4.tamu.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982&showErrors=false&email= SFSC mc_CAGES_Trawl_study_DATA_1982
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