24 September 2004
Vol 305, Issue 5692

About The Cover

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COVER Economically important fishes of the southeastern United States include amberjack, red snapper, vermilion snapper, black seabass, red grouper, black grouper, goliath grouper, and gag. All of these species are considered overfished or experiencing overfishing in the Gulf of Mexico, the South Atlantic, or both. See page 1958. See page [Drawings: Diane Rome Peebles]