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ICNAF Research Bulletin

The ICNAF Research Bulletin, first issued in 1964 and published annually, was established to provide a means of publishing the results of individual research relevant to the ICNAF Area. Although the majority of its material is selected from papers which appear in the first instance as research documents presented to annual meetings of the Commission's Standing Committee on Research and Statistics, other papers were occasionally accepted for publication if their contents were considered relevant to the work of the Commission. In order to maintain a high standard of publication, each contribution was subjected to the scrutiny of one or more referees selected from a list of scientists directly engaged in the work of the Commission.

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30 Sep 1979

Research Bulletin No. 14

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Research Bulletin No. 14

(Issued Sep 1979) (4031 kb)

TEMPLEMAN, Wilfred Migration and Intermingling of Stocks of Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua, of the Newfoundland and Adjacent Areas from Tagging in 1962-66
CLAY, Douglas Mesh Selection of Silver Hake, Merluccius billnearis, in Otter Trawls on the Scotian Shelf with Reference to Selection of Squid, Illex illecebrosus
DURWARD, R. D., T. AMARATUNGA, and R. K. ODOR Maturation Index and Fecundity for Female Squid, Illex illecebrosus (LeSueur, 1821
BOWERING, W. R. Diurnal Variation in Availability of Witch Flounder, Glyptocephalus cynoglossus and its Effect Upon Estimates of Biomass
TEMPLEMAN, Wilfred, and C. A. BISHOP Sexual Maturity and Spawning in Haddock, Melanogrammus aeglefinus, of St. Pierre Bank
TEMPLEMAN, Wilfred, and C. A. BISHOP Age, Growth, Year-Class Strength, and Mortality of Haddock, Melanogrammus aeglefinus, on St. Pierre Bank in 1948-75 and their Relation to the Haddock Fishery of this Area
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