Joseph E. Serafy

Joseph E. Serafy

Research Professor & Editor, Bulletin of Marine Science Department of Marine Biology and Ecology

University of Miami
4600 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, FL 33149

Room 219 South Grosvenor

Tel: 305.361.4255

My current research has three foci:

  1. examining the role of the seagrass-mangrove-reef complex in the ontogeny of economically-valuable coral reef fishes (i.e., groupers, snappers, grunts, great barracuda);
  2. developing methods for, and assessing the effectiveness of, ecosystem restoration;
  3. furthering knowledge of the early life history, movement and conservation of pelagic fishes.

Other research experience/interests include: conducting empirical field and laboratory research to support ecosystem modeling efforts that seek to link land use, terrestrial hydrology and coastal hydrodynamics with aquatic animal and plant populations; examining the efficacy of changes in fishing gear; quantifying the functional “costs” of habitat depletion, fragmentation, degradation and/or change for ecologically and economically important organisms; investigating biological responses to episodic stressors with a focus on how stress frequency, magnitude and duration affect community structure and function; exploring how molecular techniques may be applied to tackle basic problems in species and stock identification.

[101]   Sagarese SR, MA Nuttall, TM Geers, MV Lauretta, JF Walter and JE Serafy. 2016. Quantifying the trophic importance of Gulf menhaden Brevoortia patronus within the northern Gulf of Mexico ecosystem. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 8:23–45.

[100]   Dolan TE, PD Lynch, J Karazsia and JE Serafy. 2016. Statistical power to detect change in a mangrove shoreline fish community adjacent to a nuclear power plant. Environ Monit Assess (2016) 188:184 1-16. DOI 10.1007/s10661-016-5177-7

[99]     Enochs IC, DP Manzello, HH Wirshing. RC Carlton and JE Serafy. 2016. Micro-CT analysis of the Caribbean octocoral Eunicea flexuosa subjected to elevated pCO2. ICES Journal of Marine Science: 73: 910–919

[98]     Serafy JE, Shideler GS, Araújo RJ, Nagelkerken I. 2015. Mangroves enhance reef fish abundance at the Caribbean regional scale. PLoS ONE 10(11): e0142022.

[97]     Shideler GS, SR Sagarese, WJ Harford, J Schull, JE Serafy 2015. Assessing the suitability of mangrove habitats for juvenile Atlantic goliath grouper. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 98(10): 2067-2082.

[96]     Rehage, J.S. M. Anderson D.P. Lopez and J.E. Serafy 2015. On the mismatch between salinity tolerance and preference for an invasive fish: a case for incorporating behavioral data into niche modeling. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 471: 58–63.

[95]     Kearney, K.A., M. Butler, R. Glazer, C. Kelble, J.E. Serafy, E. Stabenau 2015. Quantifying Florida Bay habitat suitability for fishes and invertebrates under climate change scenarios. Environmental Management 55:836–856.

[94]     Shideler, G.S., D.W Carter, C. Liese, JE Serafy 2014. Lifting the goliath grouper harvest ban: angler perspectives and willingness to pay. Fisheries Research 161: 156–165.

[93]     Gallagher, A., E. Orbesen, N. Hammerschlag, and J.E. Serafy 2014. Vulnerability of oceanic sharks as pelagic longline bycatch. Global Ecology and Conservation 1:50-59.

[92]     McManus, LC, S Yurek, PB Teare, TE Dolan and JE Serafy 2014. Killifish habitat suitability as a measure of coastal restoration performance: integrating field data, behavioral trials and simulation. Ecological Indicators 44: 173-181.

[91]     Lirman, D., T. Thyberg, R. Santos, C. Drury, S. Schopmeyer, S. Bellmund, L. Collado and J. Serafy 2014. SAV communities of western Biscayne Bay, Miami, Florida, USA: Human and natural drivers of seagrass and macroalgae abundance and distribution along a continuous shoreline. Estuaries and Coasts 2014: 1-13.

[90]     Glynn, PW, JA Afflerbach, VW. Brandtneris, I.C. Enochs and J.E. Serafy. 2014. Eastern Pacific reef fish responses to coral recovery following El Niño disturbances. Marine Ecology Progress Series 495: 233–247.

[89]     Gallagher, A.J., Serafy, J.E., Cooke, S.J., Hammerschlag, N. 2014. Physiological stress response, reflex impairment, and survival of five sympatric shark species following experimental capture and release. Marine Ecology Progress Series 496: 207–218, 2014

[88]     Serafy, J.E. P. Gillette, M.W. Miller, D. Lirman and T.R. Capo. 2013. Macroalgae control in coral culture: incorporating the herbivorous sea urchin Lytechinus variegates in Acropora cervicornis ramet production. Endangered Species Research 22: 183-189.

[87]     Stieglitz, J.D., D.D. Benetti and J.E. Serafy. 2012. Optimizing transport of live cobia (Rachycentron canadum): effects of salinity and shipping biomass. Aquaculture 364-365: 293-297.

[86]     Serafy J.E., S.J. Cooke, G.A. Diaz, J.E. Graves, M. Hall, M. Shivji and Y. Swimmer 2012. Evaluating circle hooks in commercial, recreational and artisanal fisheries: research status and needs for improved conservation and management. Bulletin of Marine Science 88:371-391.

[85]     Serafy, J.E., E.S. Orbesen, D.J.G. Snodgrass, L.R. Beerkircher and J.F. Walter. 2012. Hooking survival of fishes captured by the United States Atlantic pelagic longline fishery: impact of the 2004 circle hook rule. Bulletin of Marine Science 88: 605-621.

[84]     Rice, P.H., J.E. Serafy, D. Snodgrass and E. Prince. 2012. Performance of non-offset and 10°offset 18/0 circle hooks in the US pelagic longline fishery. Bulletin of Marine Science 88: 571-587.

[83]     Walter, J.F., E.S. Orbesen, C. Liese and J.E. Serafy. 2012. Can circle hooks improve Western Atlantic sailfish, Istiophorus platypterus, populations? Bulletin of Marine Science 88:771-788.

[82]     Albright R, Bland C, Gillette P, Serafy JE, Langdon C, Capo TR. 2012. Juvenile growth of the tropical sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus exposed to near-future ocean acidification scenarios. Journal of Experimental Biology and Ecology. 2012 Sep 1; 426-427:12-17.

[81]     Machemer, E.G.P., J.F. Walter, J.E. Serafy and D.W. Kerstetter. 2012. Importance of mangrove shorelines for rainbow parrotfish, Scarus guacamaia: habitat suitability modeling in a subtropical bay. Aquatic Biology 15: 87-98.

[80]     Serrano, X, J.E. Serafy and M. Grosell. 2011. Osmoregulatory capabilities of the gray snapper, Lutjanus griseus: salinity challenges and field observations. Marine and Freshwater Behavior and Physiology 44:185-196.

[79]     Santos, R.O., D. Lirman and J.E. Serafy. 2011. Quantifying freshwater induced fragmentation of submerged aquatic vegetation communities using a multi-scale landscape ecology approach. Marine Ecology Progress Series: 427:233–246

[78]     Beerkircher, L. and J.E. Serafy. 2011. Using head measurements to distinguish white marlin (Tetrapturus albidus) from roundscale spearfish (T. georgii). Bulletin of Marine Science 87:147–153.

[77]     Prince, E.D., J. Luo, C.P. Goodyear, J.P. Hoolihan, D. Snodgrass, E.S. Orbesen, J.E. Serafy, M. Ortiz and M.J. Schirripa. 2010. Ocean scale hypoxia-based habitat compression of Atlantic istiophorid billfishes. Fisheries Oceanography. 19(6): 448–462.

[76]     Hammerschlag, N., M.R. Heithaus and J.E. Serafy. 2010. The influence of predation risk and food supply on nocturnal fish foraging distributions along a subtropical mangrove-seagrass ecotone. Marine Ecology Progress Series 414: 223–235.

[75]     D’Alessandro, E., S. Sponaugle and J.E. Serafy 2010 Larval ecology of a suite of snappers (family: Lutjanidae) in the Straits of Florida. Marine Ecology Progress Series 410: 159–175.

[74]     Hammerschlag, N. D. Ovando, D. and J.E. Serafy 2010. Seasonal diet and feeding habits of juvenile fishes foraging along a subtropical marine ecotone. Aquatic Biology 9: 279–290.

[73]     Serrano, X., M. Grosell and J.E. Serafy 2010. Salinity selection and preference of the gray snapper, Lutjanus griseus: Field and laboratory observations. Journal of Fish Biology 76: 1592–1608.

[72]     Hammerschlag, N., A.B. Morgan and J.E. Serafy 2010. Relative predation risk for juvenile fishes utilizing a subtropical mangrove-seagrass ecotone. Marine Ecology Progress Series 401: 259–267.

[71]     Jones, D.L., J.F. Walter, E.N. Brooks and J.E. Serafy. 2010. Connectivity through ontogeny: fish population linkages among mangrove and coral reef habitats Marine Ecology Progress Series 401: 245–258.

[70]     Hammerschlag, N. and J.E. Serafy. 2010. Nocturnal fish utilization of a subtropical mangrove-seagrass ecotone: stage-specific patterns of abundance in four species.  Marine Ecology 31: 64–374.

[69]     Beerkircher, L., F. Arocha, A. Barse, E. Prince, V. Restrepo, J. Serafy, and M. Shivji. 2010.  Effects of species misidentification on population assessment of overfished white marlin Tetrapturus albidus and roundscale spearfish T. georgii.  Endangered Species Research 9: 81–90.

[68]     García, E.M., J.F. Barimo, J.E. Serafy and P.J. Walsh. 2009.  Age and growth of the gulf toadfish, Opsanus beta, based on otolith increment analysis.  Journal of Fish Biology 75: 1750–1761.

[67]     Luo, J., J.E. Serafy, S. Sponaugle, P.B. Teare, D. Kieckbusch. 2009. Diel and seasonal movement of gray snapper (Lutjanus griseus) among subtropical seagrass, mangrove, and coral reef habitats. Marine Ecology Progress Series 380: 255–269.

[66]     Serafy, J.E., D.W. Kerstetter and P.H. Rice. 2009. Can circle hooks benefit billfishes? Fish and Fisheries 10: 132 - 142

[65]     Capo, T.R., A.T. Bardales, P.R. Gillette, M.R. Lara, M.C. Schmale and J.E. Serafy. 2009. Larval growth, development, and survival of laboratory-reared Aplysia californica: Effects of diet and veliger density. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part C 149: 215–223.

[64]     Goodyear, C.P., J. Luo, E.D. Prince, D. Snodgrass, E.S. Orbesen, J.E. Serafy. 2008 Aspects of the physical habitat of Atlantic blue marlin: predicting vulnerability to longline fishing gear. Marine Ecology Progress Series 365: 233–245.

[63]     Faunce, C.H. and J.E. Serafy. 2008a. Growth and secondary production of an eventual reef fish during mangrove residency. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 79: 93-100.

[62]     Orbesen, E.S., J.P. Hoolihan, J.E. Serafy, D. Snodgrass, E. Peel and E.D. Prince 2008. Transboundary movement of Atlantic istiophorid billfishes among international and U.S. domestic managment areas, inferred from mark-recapture studies. Marine Fisheries Review 70(1):14-23.

[61]     Snodgrass, D., R. E. Crabtree and J. E. Serafy. 2008. Abundance, growth and diet of young of the year bonefish (Albula spp.) off the Florida Keys.  Bulletin of Marine Science 82: 185-193

[60]     Faunce, C.H. and J.E. Serafy. 2008b. Selective use of mangrove shorelines by snappers, grunts, and great barracuda. Marine Ecology Progress Series 356: 153-162.

[59]     Lirman, D., G. Deangelo, J. Serafy, A. Hazra, D. Smith Hazra, J. Herlan, J. Luo, S. Bellmund, J. Wang, and R. Clausing. 2008.  Seasonal changes in the abundance and distribution of submerged aquatic vegetation in a highly managed coastal lagoon. Hydrobiologia 596:105–120

[58]     Serafy, J.E., C.R. Kelble, T.R. Capo, S.A. Luthy, and P.B. Ortner. 2008. Vertical movement rates of captive larval billfishes (Istiophoridae) collected from the Straits of Florida. Florida Scientist 71(1): 23-30.

[57]     Lirman, D. DeAngelo, G. J.E. Serafy, A. Hazra, D. Smith-Hazra and Alexandra Brown. 2008.  Geospatial video monitoring of nearshore benthic habitats of western Biscayne Bay (Florida, USA) using the shallow-water positioning system (SWaPS). Journal of Coastal Research. 24(1A): 135–145.

[56]     Serafy, J.E., M. Valle, C.H. Faunce and J. Luo. 2007. Species-specific patterns of fish size and abundance along a subtropical mangrove shoreline: application of the delta approach. Bulletin of Marine Science 80(3): 609-624.

[55]     Faunce, C.H. and J.E. Serafy. 2007. Nearshore habitat use by gray snapper (Lutjanus griseus) and bluestriped grunt (Haemulon sciurus): environmental gradients and ontogenetic shifts. Bulletin of Marine Science 80(3):  473-495.

[54]     Frias-Torres, S., A-M. Eklund, J. Schull and J.E. Serafy. 2007. Activity patterns of juvenile goliath grouper, Epinephelus itajara, in a mangrove nursery. Bulletin of Marine Science 80(3): 587-594.

[53]     Rice, P.H., C. P. Goodyear, E.D. Prince, D.G. Snodgrass and J.E. Serafy. 2007.  Estimation of hook depth during near surface pelagic longline fishing using catenary geometry: theory versus practice. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27:1148-1161.

[52]     Prince, E.D, D.J.C. Snodgrass, E.S. Orbesen and J.E. Serafy and J.E. Schratwieser. 2007. Circle hooks, “J” hooks and “drop-back” time: a hook performance study of the South Florida recreational live bait fishery for sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus). Fisheries Management and Ecology 14: 173-182.

[51]     Barimo, J.F., J.E. Serafy, P.E. Frezza and P.J. Walsh. 2007.  Field studies on the gulf toadfish, Opsanus beta: habitat utilization, urea production and spawning. Marine Biology150:497–508.

[50]     Serafy, J.E., T.R. Capo and C.R. Kelble. 2006. Live capture of larval billfishes: design and field testing of the Continuous Access Neuston Observation Net (CANON). Bulletin of Marine Science 79: 853-858.

[49]     Shivji, M.S., J.E. Magnussen, L.R. Beerkircher, G. Hinteregger, D.W. Lee, J.E. Serafy and E.D. Prince. 2006
.Validity, identification and distribution of the roundscale spearfish: A molecular and morphological perspective. Bulletin of Marine Science 79: 483-492.

[48]     Jesien, R.V., A.M. Barse, S. Smyth, E. D. Prince and J. E. Serafy. 2006. Characterization of the white marlin (Tetrapturus albidus) recreational fishery off Maryland and New Jersey, USA Bulletin of Marine Science 79: 647-658.

[47]     Prince, E.D., D.B. Holts, D.G. Snodgrass, E.S. Orbesen, J. Luo, M.L. Domeier and J.E. Serafy. 2006. Transboundary movement by sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) off the Pacific coast of Central America. Bulletin of Marine Science 79: 827-838.

[46]     Schultz, D.R., N.F. Perez, D. Snodgrass, J.E. Serafy, E.D. Prince, F. Arocha, T.R. Capo and C.-K. Tan. 2006. Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays and billfish gender: use of muscle tissue and surface mucus for tagging studies. Bulletin of Marine Science 79: 859-864.

[45]     Schultz, D.R. N. Perez, A.J. Mendez, D. Snodgrass, E. D. Prince, J.E. Serafy, W.A. Crow and T.R Capo. 2007.  Tracking gender factors in fish surface mucus: temporal patterns in individual Koi (Cyprinus carpio). Journal of Applied Ichthyology 23: 184-188.

[44]     Layman CA, Dahlgren CP, Kellison GT, Adams AJ, Gillanders BM, Kendal MS, Ley JA, Nagelkerken I, Serafy JE. 2006. Marine nurseries and effective juvenile habitats: Reply comment. Marine Ecology Progress Series: 312: 307-308.

[43]     Faunce, C.H. and J.E. Serafy. 2006. Mangroves as fish habitat: fifty years of field studies. Marine Ecology Progress Series 318: 1-18.
[42]     Lorenz, J.J. and J.E. Serafy. 2006.  Subtropical wetland fish assemblages and changing salinity regimes: implications for everglades restoration. Hydrobiologia 569: 401-422.

[41]     Adams, A., C. Dahlgren, G.T. Kellison, M.S. Kendall, C.A. Layman, J.A. Ley, I. Nagelkerken, J. E. Serafy. 2006.  The juvenile contribution function of tropical backreef systems. Marine Ecology Progress Series 318:287-301.

[40]     Tan, C.-K. N. Perez, A.J. Mendez, D. Snodgrass, E. D. Prince, J.E. Serafy and D.R. Schultz. 2006. Vitellogenin-derived yolk proteins of Atlantic blue marlin, Makaira nigricans: purification, characterization and antiserum production. Bulletin of Marine Science 78:  318-329.

[39]     Dahlgren, C.P., G.T. Kellison, A.J. Adams, B.M. Gilanders, M.S. Kendall, C. Layman, J.A. Ley, I. Nagelkerken and J.E. Serafy. 2006.   Marine nurseries and effective juvenile habitats: concepts and applications. Marine Ecology Progress Series 312: 291-295.

[38]     Luo, J., E.D. Prince, C.P. Goodyear, B.E. Luckhurst and J.E Serafy. 2006.  Vertical habitat utilization by large pelagic animals: A quantitative framework and numerical method for use with pop-up satellite tag data. Fisheries Oceanography 15: 208-229.

[37]     Luthy, S.A., J.E. Serafy, R.K. Cowen, K.L. Denit, and S. Sponaugle. 2005. Age and growth of larval Atlantic sailfish, Istiophorus platypterus. Marine and Freshwater Research 56: 1027–1035.

[36]     Prince, E.D., R.K. Cowen, E.S. Orbesen, S.A. Luthy, J.K. Llopiz, D.E. Richardson and J.E. Serafy 2005. Movements and spawning of white marlin (Tetraptuerus albidus) and blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) off Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Fishery Bulletin 103:659-669.

[35]     Diaz, G.A and J.E. Serafy. 2005. Longline-caught blue shark (Prionace glauca): factors affecting
numbers available for live release. Fishery Bulletin 103:720-724.

[34]     Sponaugle, S., K. Denit, S. Luthy, J.E. Serafy, and R. K. Cowen. 2005 Growth variation in larval blue marlin, Makaira nigricans. Journal of Fish Biology 66:  822–835.

[33]     Schultz, D.R., N. Perez, C.-K. Tan, A.J. Mendez, T.R. Capo, D. Snodgrass, E.D. Prince and J.E. Serafy. 2005. Concurrent levels of 11-ketotestosterone in fish surface mucus, muscle tissue and blood. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 21: 394-398.

[32]     Luthy, S.A., R.K. Cowen, J.E. Serafy and J.R. McDowell. 2005. Toward distinguishing larval sailfish, white marlin and blue marlin in Western Atlantic waters. Fishery Bulletin 103:588-600.

[31]     Serafy, J.E, G.A. Diaz, E.D. Prince, E.S. Orbesen and C.M. Legault. 2004. Atlantic Blue Marlin, Makaira nigricans, and White Marlin, Tetrapterus albidus, Bycatch of the Japanese Pelagic Longline Fishery, 1960-2000. Marine Fisheries Review 66 (2): 9-20.

[30]     Faunce, C.H., J.E. Serafy and J.J. Lorenz. 2004. Density–habitat relationships of mangrove creek fishes within the southeastern saline Everglades (USA), with reference to managed freshwater releases.  Wetlands Ecology and Management 12: 377–394.

[29]     Kieckbusch, D.K., M.S. Koch, J.E. Serafy and W.T. Andersen. 2004. Trophic linkages of primary producers and consumers in fringing mangroves of tropical lagoons.  Bulletin of Marine Science 74:271-285.

[28]     Serafy, J.S., R.K. Cowen, C.B. Paris, T.R. Capo and S.A. Luthy. 2003. Evidence of blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) spawning in the vicinity of Exuma Sound, Bahamas.  Marine and Freshwater Research 54:299-306.

[27]     Serafy, J.E., C.H. Faunce and J.J. Lorenz. 2003. Mangrove shoreline fishes of Biscayne Bay, Florida. Bulletin of Marine Science 72: 161-180.

[26]     Idrisi, N. T.R. Capo and J.E. Serafy. 2003.  Postmetamorphic growth and starvation metabolism of long-spined black sea urchin (Diadema antillarum) reared in the laboratory. Marine and Freshwater Behavior and Physiology 36:87-95.

[25]     Idrisi, N., T.R. Capo, S. Luthy and J.E. Serafy. 2003.  Behavior, oxygen consumption and survival of stressed juvenile sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) in captivity.  Marine and Freshwater Behavior and Physiology 36:51-56.

[24]     Venizelos, A., F.C. Sutter and J. Serafy. 2003.  Use of minimum size regulations to achieve landings reduction targets for marlin in the Atlantic Ocean.  Marine and Freshwater Research 54:567-573.

[23]     Ortiz, M, E.D. Prince, J.E. Serafy, D.B. Holts, K.B. Davy, J.G. Pepperell, M.B. Lowry and J.C. Holdsworth 2003.  A global overview of the major constituent-based billfish tagging programs and their results since 1954.  Marine and Freshwater Research 54:489-507.

[22]     Barimo, J.F. and J.E. Serafy. 2003. Fishes of a restored mangrove habitat on Key Biscayne, Florida. Florida Scientist 66:12-22.

[21]     Faunce, C.H., J.J. Lorenz, J.E. Ley and J.E. Serafy. 2002.  Size structure of gray snapper (Lutjanus griseus) within a mangrove "no‑take" sanctuary.  Bulletin of Marine Science 70:211-216.

[20]     Diaz, G.A., S.G. Smith, J.E. Serafy and J.S. Ault 2001. Allometry of pink shrimp growth in a subtropical bay.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130:328-335.

[19]     de Sylva, D.P., W.J. Richards, T.R. Capo and J.E. Serafy. 2000.  Potential effects of human activities on billfishes (Istiophoridae and Xiphiidae) in the western Atlantic.  Bulletin of Marine Science 66:187‑198.

[18]     Serafy J.E., J.S. Ault, T.R. Capo and D.R. Schultz 1999. Red drum stock enhancement in Biscayne Bay, Florida, USA: assessment of releasing unmarked early juveniles. Aquaculture Research 30:1-14.

[17]     Ault, JS, GA Diaz, SG Smith, J Luo and JE Serafy 1999. An efficient sampling survey design to estimate pink shrimp population abundance in Biscayne Bay, Florida. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 19:696-712.                              

[16]     Capo, T.R., J.C. Jaramillo, A.E. Boyd, B.E. Lapointe and J.E. Serafy 1999. Sustained high yields of Gracilaria (Rhodophyta) grown in intensive large‑scale culture. Journal of Applied Phycology 11:143-147.

[15]     Ault, J.S., J. Luo, S.G. Smith, J.E. Serafy, G. Diaz and R. Humston. 1999. A spatial multistock production model. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56(S1):4-25.
[14]     Harrington, M.E. and J.E. Serafy. 1998. An apparatus for testing the effects of episodic stressors on juvenile and adult fishes. Freshwater and Marine Behavior and Physiology 31:81-91.

[13]     Serafy, J.E., K.C. Lindeman, T.E. Hopkins, and J.S. Ault. 1997 Effects of freshwater canal discharge on fish assemblages in a subtropical bay: field and laboratory observations. Marine Ecology Progress Series 160:161-172.

 [12]      Irlandi, E., S. Macia and J.E. Serafy. 1997.  Salinity reduction from freshwater canal discharge: effects on mortality and feeding of an urchin (Lytechinus variegatus) and gastropod (Astraea tecta).  Bulletin of Marine Science 61:869-879.

[11]     Serafy, J.E., T.E. Hopkins, and P.J. Walsh. 1997. Field studies on the ureogenic gulf toadfish, Opsanus beta (Goode and Bean), in a subtropical bay: I. Patterns of abundance, size composition and growth. Journal of Fish Biology 50: 1258‑1270.

[10]     Hopkins, T.E., J.E. Serafy and P.J. Walsh. 1997. Field studies on the ureogenic gulf toadfish, Opsanus beta (Goode and Bean), in a subtropical bay: II. Nitrogen excretion physiology. Journal of Fish Biology 50:1271‑1284.

[9]       Post, J.T., J.E. Serafy, J.S. Ault, T.R. Capo, and D. de Sylva. 1997.  Field and laboratory observations on larval Atlantic sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) and swordfish (Xiphias gladius). Bulletin of Marine Science 60:1026-1034.

[8]       Serafy, J.E., C.M. Schmitz, T.R. Capo, M.E. Clarke and J.S. Ault. 1996. Total length estimation of red drum from head dimensions. The Progressive Fish-Culturist 58:289-290.

[7]       Schultz, D.R., P.I. Arnold, C.B. Paris-Limouzy, J.E. Serafy, and W.J. Richards. 1996. Immunologic methods for species identification of early life stages of lutjanid fishes from the western central Atlantic: Part I: Characterization of an interspecies protein. Fishery Bulletin 94:734-742.

[6]       Arnold, P.I., J.E. Serafy, M.E. Clarke and D.R. Schultz. 1996. An immunological study of predation on hatchery-reared juvenile red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus): description of an ELISA, and predator-prey studies in nature. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 199:29-44.

[5]       Serafy, J.E., S.J. Lutz, T. R. Capo, P.B. Ortner and P.L. Lutz.  1995. Anchor tags affect swimming performance and growth of juvenile red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus). Freshwater and Marine Behavior and Physiology 27(1):29-35.

[4]       Serafy, J.E., R.M. Harrell, and L.M. Hurley.  1994. Mechanical Removal of Hydrilla in the Potomac River, Maryland. Local impacts on vegetation and associated fishes. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 9(2):135-140.

[3]       Serafy, J.E. and R.M. Harrell. 1993. Behavioral response of fishes to increasing levels of pH and dissolved oxygen: Field and laboratory observations. Freshwater Biology 30:53-61.

[2]       Serafy, J.E., R.M. Harrell, and J.C. Stevenson. 1988. Quantitative sampling of small fishes in dense vegetation: Design and field testing of portable "pop-nets". Journal of Applied Ichthyology 4:149-157.
[1]       Russell, R.A., and J.E. Serafy. 1986. Deep-sea demersal fish density estimates compared from simultaneous net catches and photography. Oceanologica Acta 9:503-508.

Current Students

Foretich, M. Larval fish and odor cues. UM/MBF Ph.D. Supervisory Committee Member. Chair: C. Paris.

Perryman, H. Gulf of Mexico fishery management evaluation. UM/MBF Ph.D. Supervisory Committee  Member. Chair: E. Babcock.

Yurek, Simeon. Dynamic habitat suitability.  Supervisory Committee Member. UM/Biology. Chair: D. DeAngelis.

Zink, Ian. Pink shrimp ecophysiology. Co-chair UM/MBF Ph.D. Supervisory Committee with Diego Lirman.

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