Harter et al. 2017

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Fish assemblages associated with red grouper pits at Pulley Ridge, a mesophotic reef in the Gulf of Mexico

Harter SL, Moe H, Reed JK, David AW

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The red grouper (Epinephelus morio) has been harvested in the United States since the 1880s and is currently the most common grouper species landed in both commercial and recreational fisheries of the Gulf of Mexico(Fisheries Statistics Division, National Marine Fisheries Service, Annual Commercial Landing Statistics, website, and Saltwater Recreational Data and Statistics, website).

Meta-data (pending validation)
Depth range
60- 100 m

Mesophotic “mentions”
16 x (total of 8260 words)

Community structure Fisheries Long-term monitoring

Research focus

USA - Pulley Ridge

Research platforms
Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Towed Video
Author profiles
John Reed ( 7 pubs)