Hueter

Hue·ter

(hē'tĕr),
Karl, German surgeon, 1838-1882. See: Hueter maneuver.
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ILLINOIS--John Doe, James Edwards, Mary Hueter, Melvin Hinton, Seth Konkey, John Kurt-Hilditch, Edna Lee, Jennifer Prosise, Rudeen Shearer, Stephen Spaide, Joni Stahlman, Ed Tutewiler, John Watkins
Robert Hueter at Mote Marine Laboratory in Florida.
Caswell, Kurt, Susan Leigh Tomlinson, and Diane Hueter Warner, eds.
2008) and Florida (Heupel and Hueter, 2002) have identified crustacean components, these same studies have revealed that Blacktip Sharks prey predominately on teleosts.
Robert Hueter of Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, Florida.
said biologist Bob Hueter of the Center for Shark Research.
Dr Robert Hueter, director of the Centre for Shark Research Mote Marine Laboratory, which developed the tagging programme said although he was not present during the release, he had visited Atlantis in April 2007.
Species such as nurse, tiger, and bull sharks possibly suffer lower at-vessel mortality rates because they are not obligate ram ventilators and may not become greatly stressed when hooked (Manire and Hueter, 2001).
Hueter of the Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, Fla.
But according to a two-year survey led by Robert Hueter, director of the Center for Shark Research in Sarasota, Florida, there are 147 fishing camps along the Gulf of California supporting 4,000 to 5,500 active pangas targeting elasmobranches.
It's the kind of neighborhood where Eric and Donna Hueter can let their young children, Jenna and Brandon, play on the front lawn, knowing that a dozen pair of eyes in the homes on Kinzie Street are looking out for them.