Douglas Adams
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Polybrominated diphenyl ethers and polychlorinated biphenyls in a marine foodweb of coastal Florida
B Johnson-Restrepo, K Kannan, R Addink, DH Adams
Environmental science & technology 39 (21), 8243-8250, 2005
Tetrabromobisphenol A (TBBPA) and hexabromocyclododecanes (HBCDs) in tissues of humans, dolphins, and sharks from the United States
B Johnson-Restrepo, DH Adams, K Kannan
Chemosphere 70 (11), 1935-1944, 2008
Seasonal variations in species diversity, abundance, and composition of fish communities in the northern Indian River Lagoon, Florida
DM Tremain, DH Adams
Bulletin of Marine Science 57 (1), 171-192, 1995
Mercury levels in four species of sharks from the Atlantic coast of Florida
DH Adams, RH McMichael Jr
Fishery Bulletin 97 (2), 372-379, 1999
Mercury contamination in spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus: an assessment of liver, kidney, blood, and nervous system health
DH Adams, C Sonne, N Basu, R Dietz, DH Nam, PS Leifsson, AL Jensen
Science of the total environment 408 (23), 5808-5816, 2010
Total mercury levels in tunas from offshore waters of the Florida Atlantic coast
DH Adams
Marine pollution bulletin 49 (7), 659-663, 2004
Mercury Levels in Marine and Estuarine Fishes of Florida 1989–2001. revised
DH Adams, RH McMichael, GE Henderson
Florida Marine Research Institute, 2003
Seasonal distribution and habitat associations of bull sharks in the Indian River Lagoon, Florida: a 30-year synthesis
TH Curtis, DH Adams, GH Burgess
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140 (5), 1213-1226, 2011
Mercury concentrations in red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, from estuarine and offshore waters of Florida
DH Adams, GV Onorato
Marine Pollution Bulletin 50 (3), 291-300, 2005
Multidirectional movements of sportfish species between an estuarine no-take zone and surrounding waters of the Indian River Lagoon, Florida
DM Tremain, CW Harnden, DH Adams
Fishery Bulletin 102 (3), 533-544, 2004
The disruption and recovery of fish communities in the Indian River Lagoon, Florida, following two hurricanes in 2004
R Paperno, DM Tremain, DH Adams, AP Sebastian, JT Sauer, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 29 (6), 1004-1010, 2006
Mercury in the Gulf of Mexico: Sources to receptors
R Harris, C Pollman, W Landing, D Evans, D Axelrad, D Hutchinson, ...
Environmental research 119, 42-52, 2012
First evidence of a high density nursery ground for the lemon shark, Negaprion brevirostris, near Cape Canaveral, Florida
EA Reyier, DH Adams, RH Lowers
Florida Scientist, 134-148, 2008
Mercury and selenium levels in lemon sharks (Negaprion brevirostris) in relation to a harmful red tide event
DH Nam, DH Adams, EA Reyier, N Basu
Environmental monitoring and assessment 176 (1-4), 549-559, 2011
Mercury in groupers and sea basses from the Gulf of Mexico: relationships with size, age, and feeding ecology
DM Tremain, DH Adams
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141 (5), 1274-1286, 2012
Association of Large Juvenile Red Drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, with an Estuarine Creek on the Atlantic Coast of Florida
DH Adams, DM Tremain
Environmental Biology of Fishes 58 (2), 183-194, 2000
Trophic magnification of parabens and their metabolites in a subtropical marine food web
X Xue, J Xue, W Liu, DH Adams, K Kannan
Environmental science & technology 51 (2), 780-789, 2017
Mercury in king mackerel, Scomberomorus cavalla, and Spanish mackerel, S. maculatus, from waters of the south-eastern USA: regional and historical trends
DH Adams, RH McMichael
Marine and freshwater research 58 (2), 187-193, 2007
Validated age, growth and maturity of the bonnethead Sphyrna tiburo in the western North Atlantic Ocean
BS Frazier, WB Driggers III, DH Adams, CM Jones, JK Loefer
Journal of fish biology 85 (3), 688-712, 2014
Site fidelity of migratory bonnethead sharks Sphyrna tiburo (L. 1758) to specific estuaries in South Carolina, USA
WB Driggers III, BS Frazier, DH Adams, GF Ulrich, CM Jones, ...
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 459, 61-69, 2014
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