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Vol. 19, No. 2, December 2001

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Egress of Adult Sport Fish from an Estuarine Reserve within Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Florida.  By Phillip W. Stevens aand Kenneth J. Sulak
Dietary Habits of the Gafftopsail Catfish, Bagre marinus, in Tarpon Bay and Pine Island Sound, Florida.  By Paul J. Rudershausen and James V. Locascio
Opportunistic Sampling at a Deep-water Synthetic Drilling Fluid Discharge Site in the Gulf of Mexico.  By Robert G. Fechhelm, Benny J. Gallaway, G. Fain Hubbard, Steve MacLean and Larry R. Martin
Population Size Structure and Feeding Biology of Bathynerita naticoidea Clarke 1989 (Gastropoda:  Neritacea) from Gulf of Mexico Hydrocarbon Seeps.  By Jill M. Zande and Robert S. Carney
Experimental Evaluation of Potential Effects of Size and Presence of Conspecifics on Habitat Association by Young-of-the-Year Red Snapper.  By H. Killabrew Bailey, IV, James H. Cowan, Jr. and Robert L. Shipp
Physiography and Late Quaternary-Holocene Processes of Northeastern Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf off Mississippi and Alabama. By James V. Gardner, Peter Dartnell, Kenneth J. Sulak, Brian Calder and Larurent Hellequin
Short Papers and Notes
Results of Surveillance for Vibrio cholerae in Cuban Waters.  By Maria Isabel Gonzalez Gonzalez, Magaly Valdes Aguila and Isaida Domminguez Martinez
Drought-Induced Decline of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in Escambia Bay, Florida. By Emile M. Lores and David T. Specht
Dedication Section

Fourth North American Echinoderm Conference Program and Abstracts:  August 22- 26, 2001.
Friends of Echinoderms Share Their Research and Renew Their Enthusiasm. By John H. Dearborn

NAEC History and Commentary. By John M. Lawrence
Papers on Sea Urchins Fisheries and Aquaculture at the NAEC 2001: A Perspective. By John M. Lawrence and Stephen A. Watts
Plenary Abstracts



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