3 edition of Survey of nearshore bottomfish in the outside waters of southeastern Alaska found in the catalog.
Survey of nearshore bottomfish in the outside waters of southeastern Alaska
Richard J. Rosenthal
|Statement||prepared for State of Alaska, Department of Fish and Game, Commercial Fisheries Division by Richard J. Rosenthal, Larry Jay Field, Dale D. Myer.|
|Contributions||Field, Larry Jay., Myer, Dale D., Alaska. Division of Commercial Fisheries.|
|LC Classifications||QL628.A4 R67 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||81623460|
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Catch and species richness were greatest in eelgrass and kelp habitats. Shallow, nearshore waters of Alaska support a diverse and abundant assemblage of ﬁ shes We developed a website on nearshore ﬁ sh distribution and habitat use IImportancemportance Quick access to data for managers and.
This guide culminated from years of research on the importance of the nearshore marine environment to fishery resources in Alaska. We were continually astounded by the abundance and diversity of fishes that use the nearshore, particularly the early life history stages of many species.
The lack of a portable field guide, and the difficulty in identifying the young of some species in the field. are adult stages. In addition, for Alaskan waters, recirculation and nearshore vertical stratification (largely due to density differences from the input of freshwater) can result in (especially outside Southcentral and Southeast Alaska) against which to compare future population or habitat monitoring results.
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