Publications

Following are links to Dr. Bob Shipp's various academic publications:

Bortone S. A., Shipp R. L., Davis W.P., Nester R.D. (1988) Artificial reef development along the Atlantic coast of Guatemala. Northeast Gulf Science 10: 45-48.

Shipp, R. L. 1999. The Artificial Reef Debate: Are We Asking the Wrong Questions? Gulf of Mexico Science 1999(1): 51-55.

Shipp, R. L. 1999. Status of Exploited Fish Species in the Gulf of Mexico. Gulf of Mexico Marine Ecosystem. Blackwell Science. 196-204.

Patterson, W. F., III, J. C. Watterson, R. L. Shipp, and J. Cowan, Jr. 2001. Movement of tagged red snapper in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society: 130: 533-545.

Bailey, H. K., IV, J. H. Cowan,Jr. and R. L. Shipp. 2001. Experimental Evaluation of Potential Effects of Habitat Size and Presence of Conspecifics on Habitat Association by Young-of-the-year Red Snapper. Gulf of Mexico Science XIX (2): 119-131.

Shipp, R. L. 2002. Why Manage Fish Stocks? Current, the Journal of Marine Education. 18(1): 2-4.

Shipp, R. L. 2003. Tetraodontidae. In: FAO species Identification sheets for fishery purposes, Western Central Atlantic. Vol. 3: 1988-2006. FAO of the United Nations, Rome, Italy.

Shipp, R. L. 2003. A perspective on marine reserves as a fishery management tool. Fisheries, Amer. Fish. Society. Fisheries. 28 (12): 10-21.

Patterson, W. F. III, G. W. Ingram, R. L. Shipp and J. H. Cowan. In press. Indirect estimation of release mortality of red snapper and gray triggerfish in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Proceedings of the 53rd annual meeting of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute.

McCawley, J. R., J. H. Cowan and R. L. Shipp. 2003. Red Snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) Diet in the North Central Gulf of Mexico on Alabama Artificial Reefs.  Proceedings of the 54rd annual meeting of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute.

Shipp, R. L. YYYY. No Take Marine Protected Areas (nMPAs) as a fishery management tool, a pragmatic perspective. A Report to the FishAmerica Foundation. 

Patterson, W. F. III, G. W. Ingram, R. L. Shipp and J. H. Cowan. In press. Indirect estimation of release mortality of red snapper and gray triggerfish in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Proceedings of the 53rd annual meeting of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute.

McCawley, J. R., J. H. Cowan and R. L. Shipp. 2003. Red Snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) Diet in the North Central Gulf of Mexico on Alabama Artificial Reefs.  Proceedings of the 54rd annual meeting of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute.

Shipp, R. L., Bortone, S. A. A perspective of the importance of artificial habitat on the management of red snapper in the Gulf of Mexico. Reviews in Fisheries Science (2009) 17(1):41-47.

Dr. Bob Shipp's Various Works Cited By:

Austin, T. and Bush, P. and Fenner, D. and Manfrino, C. and McCoy, C. and Miller, J. and Nagelkerken, I. and Polunin, N. and Weil, E. and Williams, I. (2014) Cayman Islands: report of individual countries and territories. In: Jackson, Jeremy B.C. and Donovan, Mary K. and Cramer, K.L. and Lam, V.V. (eds.) Status and trends of Caribbean coral reefs:1970-2012. Gland, Switzerland, IUCN, pp. 191-195.

Smith-Vaniz, William F. and Carpenter, Kent E. (2007) Review of the crevalle jacks, Caranx hippos complex (Teleostei: Carangidae), with a description of a new species from West Africa. Fishery Bulletin, 105(2), p. 207.

Fischer, Andrew J. and Baker Jr., M. Scott and Wilson, Charles A. and Nieland, David L. (2005) Age, growth, mortality, and radiometric age validation of gray snapper (Lutjanus griseus) from Louisiana. Fishery Bulletin, 103(2), pp. 307-319.

Witherell, David and Woodby, Doug (2005) Application of Marine Protected Areas for Sustainable Production and Marine Biodiversity off Alaska. Marine Fisheries Review, 67(1), pp. 1-28.

Camp, David K. and Lyons, William G. and Perkins, Thomas H. (1998) Checklists of Selected Shallow-Water Marine Invertebrates of Florida. St. Petersburg, FL, Florida Marine Research Institute, (Florida Marine Research Institute. Technical Report, 3)

Pratt, Jr., Harold L. and Gruber, Samuel H. and Taniuchi, Toru (eds.) (1990) Elasmobranchs as living resources: Advances in the biology, ecology, systematics, and the status of the fisheries. NOAA/National Marine Fisheries Service, (NOAA Technical Report NMFS, 90)

Martin, Cynthia S. and Arenas, Shelley E. and Guffey, Jacki A. and Packard, Joni M. (1987) Fishery Publication Index, 1980-85 and Technical Memorandum Index, 1972-85. NOAA/National Marine Fisheries Service, (NOAA Technical Report NMFS, 62)

Sean F. Keenan, Mark C. Benfield, Jason K. Blackburn. (2007) Importance of the artificial light field around offshore petroleum platforms for the associated fish community. Marine Ecology Progress Series Vol. 331: 219–231, 2007.

Courtney J.M., Amy C. Courtney, and Michael W. Courtney (2013) Nutrient Loading Increases Red Snapper Production in the Gulf of Mexico. http://arxiv.org/pdf/1306.5114.pdf

Broughton, K. (2012) Office of National Marine Sanctuaries Science Review of Artificial Reefs. http://sanctuaries.noaa.gov/science/conservation/pdfs/artificial_reef.pdf

Sluis, M. Z., Cowan, J. H. (2013) Platform Recruited Reef Fish, Phase II: Do Platforms Provide Habitat that Increases the Survival of Reef Fishes? Coastal Marine Institute (OCS Study BOEM 2013-0120).