||BOWEN & SERGEANT
||A mark-recapture estimate of 1983 harp seal pup production in the Northwest Atlantic
||An estimate of the proportion of recovered harp seal tags not returned for reward: the 1983 mark-recapture experiment
||Data on the shrimp fishery in NAFO Subarea 1 in 1983 and 1984
||PARSONS et al.
||Catch, effort, CPUE and biological data from the Canadian fishery for shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in Division OA, 1984
||Preliminary report of a cruise with M/T Masi to East Greenland waters in September 1984
||SMEDSTAD & TORHEIM
||Norwegian investigations on shrimp (Pandalus borealis) off West Greenland waters in 1984
||SMEDSTAD & TORHEIM
||Norwegian investigations on shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in East Greenland waters in 1984
||Biomass of shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in NAFO Subarea 1 in 1981-84, estimated by means of bottom photography
||Trends in catches of harp and hooded seals in Greenland, 1939-83
||POULARD & FONTAINE
||Catch, effort and biological data of shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in the French fishery off East Greenland in 1984
||HALLGRÍMSSON & SKÚLADÓTTIR
||The Icelandic shrimp (Pandalus borealis) fishery in Denmark Strait in 1984
||Data on the shrimp fishery at East Greenland in 1984 compared to earlier years
||Report on harp seal recoveries in Greenland, 1981-84
||Hay et al.
||Estimation of pup production of hooded seal (Cystophora cr1stata) in the Northwest Atlantic during March 1984
||The sustainable yield of Pandalus borealis in the Denmark Strait area
||The effect of changing effort patterns of catch composition in the roundnose grenadier fishery, 1978-83
||Cold water off West Greenland - teleconnection with El Nino?
||Bottom temperatures on the continental shelf and slope south of New England during 1984
||Anticyclonic warm core Gulf Stream rings off the northeastern United States during 1984
||JOSSI & SMITH
||The continuous plankton recorder survey: Massachusetts to Cape Sable, Nova Scotia, and New York to the Gulf Stream, 1984
||Surface temperatures and salinities: Massachusetts to Cape Sable, Nova Scotia, and New York to the Gulf Stream, 1984
||Variation in the shelf water front position in 1984 from Georges Bank to Cape Romain
||INGHAM & McLAIN
||Sea-surface temperatures in the northwestern Atlantic in 1984
||Water column thermal structure across the shelf and slope southeast of Sandy Hook, New Jersey in 1984
||DREW et al.
||The 1984 fishery short-finned squid (Illex illecebrosus) in the Newfoundland area
||ROWELL & BUDDEN
||The 1984 fishery for Illex illecebrosus in SA 4 and biological characteristics of the stocks
||ROWELL et al.
||Biological characteristics and biomass estimates of the squid (Illex illecebrosus) on the Scotian Shelf (Div. 4VWX) in 1984
||VAZQUEZ & VAZQUEZ
||Status of the cod stock in Divisions 3L, 3 M and 3N in 1984
||STEIN & BUCH
||Mean temperature conditions off Fyllas Bank/West Greenland
||STEIN & BUCH
||Short time variability in hydrographic conditions off Fyllas Bank, West Greenland
||On the distribution of Labrador sea water
||MAUCORPS & POULARD
||Contributions to the assessment of the cod stock in subdivision 3Ps
||RIKHTER & KONOVALOV
||Distribution of some groundfish species on the Scotian Shelf Slopes during the 1984 fishing season from the data of Soviet observers
||RIKHTER & KONOVALOV
||On the question of relationship of growth rate of gonads, abundance and timing of silver hake migration from the Scotian Shelf Slopes in summer
||Comparative estimating of total instantaneous mortality rate for the Scotian Shelf silver hake (Divisions 4VWX) from the data of Canadian groundfish surveys and commercial catches per unit effort
||Assessment of the Scotian silver hake (Merluccius bilinearis) stocks and allowable catch in 1986
||BAIRD & BISHOP
||Assessment of the cod stock in NAFO Divisions 2J+3KL
||BISHOP & BAIRD
||An assessment of the cod stock in SubdiVision 3Ps
||BISHOP & BAIRD
||Assessment of the cod stock in NAFO Divisions 3NO
||Migration and intermingling of cod in relation to the Canadian 200-mile limit around the nose (NAFO Division 3L) and the tail (NAFO Division 3N) of the Grand Bank
||LEAR & BOWERING
||Minimum trawlable biomass estimates of Arctic cod (Boreogadus saida) in NAFO Divisions 2G and 2H from post-stratified groundfish surveys
||LEAR & BAIRD
||Minimum estimates of abundance of Arctic cod (Boreogadus saida) in NAFO Divisions 2J, 3K and 3L from research vessel surveys
||BOWERING & BRODIE
||The status of the Greenland halibut (Reinhardtlus hippoglossoides) stock in NAFO Subarea 2 and Divisions 3KL
||The witch flounder fishery in NAFO Divisions 3NO
||AKHTARINA & CHECHENIN
||Results of ichthyoplankton survey on Flemish Cap Bank 1n March-April 1984
||The roundnose grenadier of Subareas 0+1 and 2+3
||Some morphological features and body size of early stage short-finned squid (Illex illecebrosus) in the Northwest Atlantic
||The redfish of NAFO Div. 3M
||The redfish of NAFO Div. 3LN
||An assessment of the yellowtail flounder stock in NAFO Div. 3L, 3N and 3O
||An assessment update of the American plaice stock in NAFO Divisions 3LNO
||BAKANEV & GORCHINSKY
||Hydroacoustic survey of capelin stocks in Divisions 2J+3K and trawl survey of capelin prerecruits in Divisions 3KLNO in November 1984-January 1985
||NIKOLSKAYA et al.
||Estimation of the stock abundance and TAC for beaked redfish in Div. 3LN and 3M for 1985
||BAKANEV et al.
||Estimation of the stock abundance and TAC for capelin in Div. 2J+3K and 3LNO for 1985-1986
||MAMYLOV & BAKANEV
||Soviet investigations of capelin stocks in Divisions 3LNO in May-June 1984
||PERLYUKM et al.
||Dissolved organic matter - index of increased biological productivity zones
||Length-age composition of Benthosema glaciale (Myctophidae) from the southern slope of the Grand Bank
||Characteristics of parasitofauna and some comments on intra-specific structure of American plaice (Hippoglossoides platessoides platessoides (Fabricius))
||BOROVKOV & BURMAKIN
||Hydrographic conditions off Labrador and Newfoundland in 1993-1984
||Year to year variability of water temperatures on the Scotian Shelf in Summerr 1978-1981 and fall 1977-1984
||ROSENORN et al.
||Record-hard winters at West Greenland
||HANSEN & BUCH
||Prediction of year-class strength of cod off West Greenland
||CORNUS et al.
||Status of the West Greenland cod stock and management considerations
||Intercalibration of silver hake abundance estimates from research vessel surveys by different vessels
||WELLS & BAIRD
||Age compositions of cod in longline samples in 1984 and an abundance estimate from a research vessel survey in 1985 on the Flemish Cap
||Comparison of USSR and Canadian estimates of silver hake
||Assessment of the historical consistency of Canadian research vessel surveys as an indicator of silver hake abundance
||WALDRON & FANNING
||Status of the Scotian Shelf silver hake population in 1984
||TRITES & ROWELL
||Larval and juvenile distribution of the short-finned squid (Illex Illecebrosus) in the Cape Hatteras-Florida Straits area in the December- January period, 1984-1985
||CARSCADDEN & HODDER
||Preliminary list of studies related to environmentally-induced variation in availability of marine species
||Marine Environmental Data Service report for 1984/85
||Cod (Gadus morhua) on the Flemish Cap fed primarily on redfish (Sebastes sp.) in winter 1984
||Capelin (Mallotus villosus) hydroacoustic surveys in NAFO Divisions 3L and 3LNO in 1984
||TRITES & DRINKWATER
||Overview of environmental conditions in the Northwest Atlantic in 1984
||Estimates of discarding by the Newfoundland offshore fleet
||NAKASHIMA & HARNUM
||The 1984 inshore capelin fishery in Div. 3L
||CLAY & NIELSEN
||Age specific M and its effect on VPA: Div. 4VWX silver hake
||Early entry in the Scotian Shelf silver hake fishery: activity of Cuban vessels in April 1984 and April 1985
||PALSSON et al.
||Icelandic groundfish survey, 1985
||Holt et al.
||Research vessel survey design for monitoring dolphin abundance in the eastern Tropical Pacific, 1986-1990
||Some statistical techniques for estimating abundance indices for trawl surveys
||CPUE indicator for crustacean trap fisheries unbiased by distribution of soak time
||KOELLER et al.
||Juvenile fish surveys on the Scotian Shelf: implications for year-class size assessments
||The design and application of aerial surveys to estimate inshore distribution and relative abundance of cape1in
||PRINGLE et al.
||An evaluation of techniques designed to assess lobster fishing effort in eastern Canadian waters
||CONAN et al.
||Estimates of lobster fishing effort by aerial surveys
||CONAN et al.
||Estimates of snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) abundance by underwater television
||SERCHUK & WIGLEY
||Evaluation of USA and Canadian research. vessel surveys and survey design in assessing abundance, size composition and recruitment of sea scallops on Georges Bank
||SMOLOWITZ et al.
||Performance of an offshore scallop survey dregdge equipped with rock chains
||BYRNE & FOGARTY
||Comparison of the fishing power of two fisheries research vessels
||MYERS & ROSENBERG
||Estimation using research survey data and commercial catch data
||SCOTT & GAVARIS
||Age-related temporal and seasonal changes in distribution of cod on the eastern Scotian Shelf
||GAVARIS & SMITH
||A comparison of survey stratification schemes based on depth and on historical spatial dispersion
||PERRY & GAVARIS
||The relation of cod distributions with environmental conditions on the eastern Scotian Shelf, 1970-84
||Cod biomass and abundance estimates for NAFO Division 2J from stratified- random bottom-trawl survey results over a time series of 12 years, 1972-1983
||HALLIDAY et al.
||Resource and fishery distributions in the Gulf of Maine area in relation to the Subarea 4/5 boundary
||MOHN et al.
||Research sampling and survey design of Georges Bank scallops
||Development of a bottom trawl survey off, East Greenland from 1980 to 1984
||SCOTT et al.
||Mullet stock biomass estimation using aerial visual, shipboard, and photogrammetric sampling
||A stratagem for handling zero catches in fish survey results
||Reliability of trawl survey estimates of juvenile halibut abundance
ENGÅS & GODØ
|The influence of trawI geometry and performance and fish vertical distribution on fish sampling with bottom trawl
||Description and preliminary evaluation of a statewide estuarine trawl survey in North Carolina
||RUBEC et al.
||New developments in computerized field data acquisition equipment for groundfish surveys
||The use of hydroacoustic surveys to estimate capelin biomass in NAFO Divisions 2J+3KLNO
||BRODIE & WELLS
||The distribution of trawl catches of cod and American plaice from research vessel surveys in NAFO Divisions 3L, 3M and 3N
||ILES et al.
||Evaluation of the use of larval survey data to tune herring stock assessments in the Bay of Fundy/Gulf of Maine
||Assessment of shellfish stocks by geostatistical techniques
||BOWERING & LILLY
||Diet of Greenland halibut off southern Labrador and northeastern Newfoundland (Div. 2J+3K) in autumn of 1981-82, emphasizing predation on capelin
||Methods and results of in situ measurements of the average target strength of pelagic fishes
||ZAFERMAN & SEREBROV
||Results of identification of trawl catchability by underwater methods in relation to some fish species of the Northwest Atlantic
||IVNOVA & SHERSTJUKOV
||Calculated estimate of differential catchability for two fry trawls (International IYGPT and the Soviet 13.6 m trawls)
||NOSKOV & ROMANCHENKO
||Abundance and distribution of a-group redfish (Sebastes mentella Travin) in the Irminger Sea in 1984
||NOSKOV et al.
||Distribution and fluctuations of the Scotian silver hake abundance in early stages