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ICNAF - Selected Papers

The ICNAF Selected Papers series was established by STACRES in 1975 as a means of publishing certain research documents presented to scientific meetings of ICNAF but not of the standard required for publication in the Research Bulletin. During the period 1958 to 1973, selected papers from ICNAF Meetings were published in the Redbook series.

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Selected Papers No. 2

(Issued February 1977)

Selected Papers No. 2

(Issued February 1977) (4224 kb)

MILLER, D.S. A Simple Iterative Method to Determine Fishing Mortality Rates Associated with Varying Catch Levels
BOWERING, W.R. The Status of the Witch Flounder Fishery in ICNAF Subdivision 3Ps
CLARK, S.H., T.S. BURNS, and R.G. HALLIDAY Assessment of the Pollock Fishery in ICNAF Divisions 4VWX and Subarea 5
ANDERSON, E.D., and F.P. ALMEIDA Distribution of Atlantic Mackerel in ICNAF Subarea 5 and Statistical Area 6 based on Researcl Vessel Spring Bottom Trawl Surveys, 1968-76
BORRMANN, H. Stock Assessment of Roundnose Grenadier in the Northwest Atlantic
MESNIL, B. Growth and Life Cycle of Squid, Loligo pealei and Illex illecebrosus from the Northwest Atlantic
SISSENWINE, M.P., and Anne M. TIBBETTS Simulating the Effect of Fishing on Squid (Loligo and Illex) Populations on the Northeastern United States
TIBBETTS, Anne M. Squid fisheries (Loligo pealei and Illex illecebrosus) off the Northeastern Coast of the United States of America, 1963-74
BRENNAN, J.A., and J.E. PALMER Variability of "q" as Measured by Variation in Daily Catch per Effort
SISSENWINE, M.P. The Effect of Random Fluctuations on a Hypothetical Fishery
CHAMBERLIN, J. Lockwood Monitoring Effects of Gulf stream Meanders and Warm Core Eddies on the Continental Shelf and Slope
LOPEZ-VEIGA, E.C., R. WELLS, and V.M. HODDER (Editors) Report of Ageing Workshop on Cod held at Vigo, Spain, October 1975
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