Selected Publications

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Evaluation of six methods for external attachment of electronic tags to fish: assessment of tag retention, growth, and fish welfare

B.J. Runde, J.A. Buckel, N.M. Bacheler, R.M. Tharp, P.J. Rudershausen, C.A. Harms, and T. Ben-Horin. Journal of Fish Biology.

Evaluating the effects of a deep-water marine protected area a decade after closure: a multifaceted approach reveals equivocal benefits to reef fish populations

B.J. Runde, J.A. Buckel, P.J. Rudershausen, W.A. Mitchell, E. Ebert, J. Cao, and J.C. Taylor. Frontiers in Marine Science 8(1726).

Time to publish? Turnaround times, acceptance rates, and impact factors of journals in fisheries science

B.J. Runde. PLOS One 16(9): e0257841.

Discard mortality of red snapper released with descender devices in the U.S. South Atlantic

B.J. Runde, N.M. Bacheler, K.W. Shertzer, P.J. Rudershausen, B. Sauls, and J.A. Buckel. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 13: 489-506.

Fine-scale behavior of red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) around bait: approach distances, bait plume dynamics, and effective fishing area

N.M. Bacheler, B.J. Runde, K.W. Shertzer, J.A. Buckel, and P.J. Rudershausen. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.

Environmental conditions, diel period, and fish size influence the horizontal and vertical movements of red snapper

N.M. Bacheler, K.W. Shertzer, B.J. Runde, P.J. Rudershausen, and J.A. Buckel. Scientific Reports 11: 9580.

Four decades of reef observations illuminate deep-water grouper hotspots

A.B. Paxton, S.L. Harter, S.W. Ross, C.M. Schobernd, B.J. Runde, P.J. Rudershausen, K.H. Johnson, K.W. Shertzer, N.M. Bacheler, J.A. Buckel, G.T. Kellison, and J.C. Taylor. Fish and Fisheries 22:749-761.

Repetitive capture of marine fishes: implications for estimating number and mortality of releases

B.J. Runde, J.A. Buckel, K.W. Shertzer, N.M. Bacheler, P.J. Rudershausen, and B. Sauls. ICES Journal of Marine Science 77: 2905-2917.

Assigning fates in telemetry studies using hidden Markov models: an application to deepwater groupers released with descender devices

B.J. Runde, T. Michelot, N.M. Bacheler, K.W. Shertzer, and J.A. Buckel. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 40: 1417-1434.

Estimating population abundance at a site in the open ocean: Combining information from conventional and telemetry tags with application to gray triggerfish (Balistes capriscus)

K.W. Shertzer, N.M. Bacheler, W.E. Pine III, B.J. Runde, J.A. Buckel, P.J. Rudershausen, and J.H. MacMahan. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 77:34-43.

Effectiveness of venting and recompression devices at increasing rates of post-release survival of black sea bass Centropristis striata in the U.S. South Atlantic hook and line fishery

P.J. Rudershausen, B.J. Runde, and J.A. Buckel. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 40:125-132.

Low discard survival of gray triggerfish in the southeastern US hook-and-line fishery.

B.J. Runde, P.J. Rudershausen, B. Sauls, C.S. Mikles, and J.A. Buckel. Fisheries Research 219: 105313.

Behavior of gray triggerfish Balistes capriscus around baited fish traps determined from fine-scale acoustic tracking

N.M. Bacheler, K.W. Shertzer, J.A. Buckel, P.J. Rudershausen, and B.J. Runde. Marine Ecology Progress Series 606:133-150.

Descender devices are promising tools for increasing survival in deepwater groupers

B.J. Runde and J.A. Buckel. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 10: 100-117.