Research Publications by Anne Rudloe Ph.D
PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS by Anne Rudloe Ph.D.
2005. Site Specificity and the Impact of Recreational Fishing Activity on Subadult Endangered Kemp’s Ridley Sea turtles in Estuarine Foraging Habitats in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. The Marine Environmental Services Consortium of Alabama
2004.A Literature Review of Cell Repair,Electrorecption,Electric Generation, Magnetic Orientation and Magnetic Sensing Mechanisms in Electric Rays and Other Marine Fishes. LamplHerbert and Gulf specimen Marine Lab
2000. The ecological importance of fresh water input to coastal Florida ecosystems. Woodville Karst Plain Symposium, October 9, 1998. Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
1999. Behavioral Adaptations to Environmental Change. In: Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching. Vol. 20. S. J. Karecher, ed. Proc. 20th Workshop Conference of the Assoc. for Biology Laboratory Education.
1995. Characterization of an inshore population of the Kemp’s ridley sea turtle in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. In: Proc. 12th Annual Workshop on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation. February 25-28, 1992, Jekyll Island, Georgia.
1991. Aspects of the biology of the Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle, Lepidochelys kempi in inshore coastal waters. Northeast Gulf Science 12(1): 49-53.
1989 Captive maintenance of the lessor electric ray, Narcine brasiliensis, with observations of feeding behavior. Prog. Fish Culturalist 51: 37-41.
1989 Habitat preferences, movement, size frequency patterns and reproductive seasonality of the lessor electric ray, Narcine brasiliensis. Northeast Gulf Science 10:103-112.
1985 Variation in the expression of lunar and tidal behavioral rhythms in the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus. Bull. Mar. Sci. 36: 388 395.
1983 Preliminary studies of the mariculture potential of the slipper lobster, Scyllarides nodifer.Aquaculture 34: 165 169.
1982 The effect of heavy bleeding on mortality of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, in the natural environment. J. Invert. Path 42: 167 176.
1982 Man’s Influence as an Environmental Threat to Limulus Physiol. Biol. of Horseshoe Crabs: Normal and Envir. Stressed Animals. Alan R. Liss, Publ., pp. 297 300.
1981 Aspects of the biology of juvenile horseshoe crabs, Limulus polyphemus. Bull. Mar. Sci., Vol. 32: 125 133.
1980 Orientation by horseshoe crabs, Limulus polyphemus, in a Wave Tank. Mar. Beh. Physio., 7: 199 211.
1980 The breeding behavior and patterns of movement of Horseshoe Crabs, Limulus polyphemus, in the vicinity of breeding beaches in Apalachee Bay, Fl. Est. 3:177 183.
1979 Locomotor and light responses of larvae of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus. Biological Bulletin 157: 494-501.
1979 Limulus polyphemus: a review of the ecologically significant literature. In Cohen, E. (ed.) “Biomedical applications of the Horseshoe crab (Limulidae).” Alan R. Liss, Publ., New York, 27 35.
1976 Rudloe, Anne and W.F. Herrnkind. Orientation of Limulus polyphemus in the vicinity of breeding beaches. Mar. Beh. Physiol 4:75-89.
1972. Kritzler, H. and A. Eidemiller. A diver monitored dredge for sampling motile epibenthos. J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. U.K. 52:553-556.
1969. Entry behavior of the pea crab, Pinnotheres maculatus Say. Quart. J. Florida Aca. Sci. 32:266-274.