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Main Title Gulf of Maine-Georges Bank Ichthyoplankton collected on ICNAF Larval Herring Surveys September 1971-February 1975 /
Author Colton, John B.,
Publisher United States Government Printing Office,
Year Published 1977
OCLC Number 34251733
ISBN pbk.
Subjects Atlantic herring--Research--United States. ; Paralepididae--Larvae--Research--Maine, Gulf of. ; Lanternfishes--Larvae--Research--Maine, Gulf of. ; Atlantic herring--Larvae--Research--Georges Bank. ; Atlantic Ocean--Georges Bank. ; Atlantic Ocean--Gulf of Maine. ; Fishes--Maine, Gulf of. ; Fishes--Georges Bank. ; Fishes--Gulf of Maine-Georges Bank area
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ftp://ftp.library.noaa.gov/noaa_documents.lib/NMFS/TR_NMFS_SSRF/TR_NMFS_SSRF_717.pdf
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EKCM  SH11.UN4.2 717 CEMM/GEMMD Library/Gulf Breeze,FL 05/10/1997
Collation iii, 35 pages : maps ; 26 cm.
Notes
"November 1977." Includes bibliographical references (page 3).
Contents Notes
The families, genera, and species of all larval fishes are tabulated and the abundance, length frequencies, and distribution of 12 species and 2 families are summarized utilizing data collected on 8 ichthyoplankton surveys of the Gulf of Maine-Georges Bank area. The segregation of coastal and oceanic species north and south of the coastal/slope water boundary during December is evidence in a comparison of the distribution of upper 100-m integrated temperature and Atlantic herring. Myctophidae, and Paralepididae larvae. All larval barracudinas and laternfishes occurred in areas where the integrated temperature was above 11À and 13ÀC, respectively. Ninety-one percent of positive larval herring tows were in areas where the integrated temperature was below 13ÀC.