Anthony Overton and his Red Drum

See what Anthony has been up to in his lab!

anthony overton member of AFS and leader in the Estauries Section of AFS His research interests generally focuses around four broad aspects of fisheries: Early Life Fish Ecology, Foraging and Trophic Dynamics, Fisheries Management, and Fish Health.

And look at his Select Recent Publications:

Cerino, D, Overton, A.S., Morris, J.A. and Rice, J.A. (2013) Bioenergetics and Trophic Impacts of Invasive Indo-Pacific Lionfish. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 142:1522-1534.

Bangley, C.W., Rulifson, R.A. and Overton, A.S. (2013) Evaluation of stomach tube lavage as a nonlethal method for collecting stomach contents from sharks. South Eastern Naturalist 12:523-533 .

Rulifson, R.A, Gross, A. and Overton, A.S.. (2012) Feasibility of Stocking Adult River Herring to Restore Spawning Populations in A Southeast US Coastal Watershed . Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. 66:57-63 .

Zhang Y.Q., Chen, D.L., Ennis, A.C., Polli, J.R., Xiao, P., Zhang, B.H., Stellwag E.J., Overton, A.S. & Pan, X.P. (2012)  Chemical Dispersant Potentiates Crude Oil Impacts on Growth, Reproduction, and Gene Expression in Caenorhabditis elegans. Archives of Toxicology. DOI: 10.1007/s00204-012-0936-x.

Riley, K.L., Binion, S.A. and Overton, A.S. (2012)  Estimating the food requirements and prey size spectra of larval American shad. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 4:201-217.

Overton, A.S., Jones, N.A. and Rulifson, R.A. (2012)  Spatial and temporal variability in instantaneous rates of growth and mortality rates of larval river herring in Tar-Pamlico River, Pamlico Sound, North Carolina. Marine and Costal Fisheries. 4:218-227

Binion, S.A., Overton, A.S. and Riley, K.L. (2012)  Foraging potential of larval alosines in lower Roanoke River and Albemarle Sound, North Carolina. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 4:228-238

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