John Hunt
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Cascading disturbances in Florida Bay, USA: cyanobacteria blooms, sponge mortality, and implications for juvenile spiny lobsters Panulirus argus
MJ Butler IV, JH Hunt, WF Herrnkind, MJ Childress, R Bertelsen, W Sharp, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 129, 119-125, 1995
Overgrazing of a large seagrass bed by the sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus in Outer Florida Bay
CD Rose, WC Sharp, WJ Kenworthy, JH Hunt, WG Lyons, EJ Prager, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 190, 211-222, 1999
Population Dynamics of Juvenile Carmbean Spiny Lobster, Panulirus Argus, in Florida Bay, Florida
D Forcucci, IV Butler, J Mark, JH Hunt
Bulletin of Marine Science 54 (3), 805-818, 1994
Factors affecting the recruitment of juvenile Caribbean spiny lobsters dwelling in macroalgae
MJ Butler, WF Herrnkind, JH Hunt
Bulletin of Marine Science 61 (1), 3-19, 1997
Nocturnal foraging of the Caribbean spiny lobster (Panulirus argus) on offshore reefs of Florida, USA
C Cox, JH Hunt, WG Lyons, GE Davis
Marine and Freshwater Research 48 (8), 671-680, 1997
Factors Affecting Growth and Maturation of Spiny Lobsters, Panulirus argus, in the Florida Keys
JH Hunt, WG Lyons
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 43 (11), 2243-2247, 1986
Role of physical refugia: implications from a mass sponge die-off in a lobster nursery in Florida
WF Herrnkind, MJ Butler IV, JH Hunt, M Childress
Marine and Freshwater Research 48 (8), 759-770, 1997
Effects of the gastropod, Ilyanassa obsoleta (Say) and the bivalve, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.), on larval settlement and juvenile recruitment of infauna
JH Hunt, WG Ambrose Jr, CH Peterson
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 108 (3), 229-240, 1987
Status of the fishery for Panulirus argus in Florida
JH Hunt
Spiny Lobsters: Fisheries and Culture, 321-333, 2000
Life history of the spotted spiny lobster, Panulirus guttatus, an obligate reef-dweller
WC Sharp, JH Hunt, WG Lyons
Marine and Freshwater Research 48 (8), 687-698, 1997
The Use of Coded Microwire Tags in Mark-Recapture Studies of Juvenile Caribbean Spiny Lobster, Panulirus Argus
WC Sharp, WA Lellis, MJ Butler, WF Herrnkind, JH Hunt, ...
Journal of Crustacean Biology 20 (3), 510-521, 2000
In situ coral nurseries serve as genetic repositories for coral reef restoration after an extreme cold‐water event
SA Schopmeyer, D Lirman, E Bartels, J Byrne, DS Gilliam, J Hunt, ...
Restoration Ecology 20 (6), 696-703, 2012
Change in size and abundance of Caribbean spiny lobsters Panulirus argus in a marine reserve in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, USA
C Cox, JH Hunt
Marine Ecology Progress Series 294, 227-239, 2005
Assessing coral reef fish population and community changes in response to marine reserves in the Dry Tortugas, Florida, USA
JS Ault, SG Smith, JA Bohnsack, J Luo, N Zurcher, DB McClellan, ...
Fisheries Research 144, 28-37, 2013
Effects of exposure and confinement on spiny lobsters, Panulirus argus, used as attractants in the Florida trap fishery.
JH Hunt, WG Lyons, FS Kennedy Jr
Fishery Bulletin 84 (1), 69-76, 1986
Evaluation of effort reduction in the Florida Keys spiny lobster, Panulirus argus, fishery using an age-structured population analysis
RG Muller, JH Hunt, TR Matthews, WC Sharp
Marine and Freshwater Research 48 (8), 1045-1058, 1997
Harnessing ecological processes to facilitate coral restoration
MC Ladd, MW Miller, JH Hunt, WC Sharp, DE Burkepile
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16 (4), 239-247, 2018
A field test of the swimming response of the bay scallop (Argopecten irradians) to changing biological factors
CH Peterson, WG Ambrose Jr, JH Hunt
Bulletin of Marine Science 32 (4), 939-944, 1982
Recruitment in degraded marine habitats: a spatially explicit, individual‐based model for spiny lobster
MJ Butler IV, TW Dolan III, JH Hunt, KA Rose, WF Herrnkind
Ecological Applications 15 (3), 902-918, 2005
Flow transitions in bridge backwater analysis
J Hunt, GW Brunner, BE Larock
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 125 (9), 981-983, 1999
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