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Kynoch Reale-Munroe

Kynoch Reale-Munroe

MSc Natural Resources & the Environment

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August 2010 - August 2020
University of the Virgin Islands
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  • Researcher

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Publications (6)
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Tracking studies for invasive lionfish ( Pterois volitans and P. miles ) in the Western Atlantic can provide key information on habitat use to inform population control, but to date have likely underestimated home range size and movement due to constrained spatial and temporal scales. We tracked 35 acoustically tagged lionfish for >1 yr (March 2018...
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Designing effective local management for invasive species poses a major challenge for conservation, yet factors affecting intervention success and efficiency are rarely evaluated and incorporated into practice. We coordinated regional efforts by divers to cull invasive lionfish (Pterois spp.) on 33 U.S. Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean prote...
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Numerous location-based diet studies have been published describing different aspects of invasive lionfish (Pterois volitans and Pterois miles) feeding ecology, but there has been no synthesis of their diet composition and feeding patterns across regional gradients. 8125 lionfish stomachs collected from 10 locations were analyzed to provide a gener...
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Many persistent bioluminescent bays (biobays) worldwide are the result of dense accumulations of bioluminescent dinoflagellates. One such biobay, Mangrove Lagoon, is a man-made lagoon in Salt River Bay, St. Croix, US Virgin Islands, that exhibits year-round bioluminescence. The causes of variations in the abundances of dinoflagellates as well as ot...
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Anthropogenic disturbance often increases surface erosion and this may have potential detrimental effects on downstream aquatic resources. Foot trails are often overlooked as they represent only a small fragment of the landscape, yet they can be important sources of sediment, particularly in pristine areas. The trail network above East End Bay on t...
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Invasive Indo-Pacific lionfish (Pterois volitans) have rapidly expanded in the Western Atlantic over the past decade and have had a significant negative impact on reef fish biodiversity, habitat, and community structure, with lionfish out-competing native predators for resources. In an effort to reduce this population explosion, lionfish have been...

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Posts here are related to coastal watersheds and nearshore water quality
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Investigations of potential ecological & economic impacts of lionfish.