||Biomass of shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in NAFO Subarea 1 in 1977-1982,estimated by means of bottom photography
||PARSONS et al.
||The Canadian fishery for shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in Division OA, 1982
||DUPOUY & FONTAINE
||Catch, effort and biological characteristics of shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in the French fishery off West Greenland, 1982
||DUPOUY et al.
||Catch, effort and biological characteristicsof shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in the French fishery of East Greenland in 1982
||JAKOBSEN & TORHEIM
||Norwegian investigations on shrimp, Pandalus borealis, off West Greenland in 1982
||JAKOBSEN & TORHEIM
||Norwegian investigations on shrimp, Pandalus borealis,in East Greenland waters in 1982
||A trawl survey with R/V Dana on the offshore shrimp grounds in Div. 1B, July-August 1982
||Data on the shrimp fishery in NAFO Subareas 0 and 1 in 1981 and 1982
||Data on the shrimp fishery at East Greenland, 1980-82
||RIKHTER et al.
||Distribution of some groundfish species and short-finned squid on Scotian Shelf slope during the 1982 fishing season from data obtained by USSR observers
||Results of instrumental assessment of capelin abundance in Divisions 2J and 3K in October 1982
||Variation in the shelf water front position in 1982 from Georges Bank to Cape Romain
||CELONE & PRICE
||Anticyclonic warm core Gulf Stream rings off the northeastern United States during 1982
||Water column thermal structure across the shelf and slope southeast of Sandy Hook, New Jersey in 1982
||CRIST & ARMSTRONG
||Bottom temperatures on the continental shelf and slope of New England during 1982
||INGHAM & McLAIN
||Sea surface temperatures in the northwestern Atlantic in 1982
||JOSSI et al.
||Continuous plankton records: Massachusetts to Cape Sable, N.S., and New York to the Gulf Stream, 1982
||BOWERING & STANSBURY
||Regression of weight on length of Greenland halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides) in the Canadian Northwest Atlantic
||BOWERING & STANSBURY
||Regressions of weight on length of witch flounder (Glyptocephalus cynoglossus) in the eastern Newfoundland Area (NAFO Divisions2J+3KL)
||FONTENLA et al.
||Spanish investigations on cod in Divisions 3M and 3N in 1982
||BECK et al.
||Breakdown for 1982 squid (Illex illecebrosus) catches in NAFO Subarea 3 and Divisions 2J and 4R, with length and sex compositionfrom Newfoundland inshore samples and early season offshore samples
||FEDULOV et al.
||Some features of spatial temporalvariability and WCE formation in the Gulf Stream area from Florida to 55°W in 1975-82
||TRITES & DRINKWATER
||Overview of environmental conditions in 1982 within the NAFO Convention Area
||Marine environmental data service report for 1982/83
||A review of the Japanese trawl fishery for squid (Illex illecebrosus) in NAFO Subareas 3 and 4 in 1976-1982 fishing seasons
||An examination of age composition estimated for cod of the Flemish Cap in the period 1977-82
||Summary of discarding and estimates of total removals by Canadian(Nfld) trawlers during the 1982 Div. 3LNO American plaice fishery
||By-catch levels of Greenland halibut in the roundnose grenadier directed fishery in NAFO Subareas 2+3
||Distribution and abundance of cod on the Flemish Cap, 1977-83
||Mean temperatures and salinities from an Ocean Climate Station off Newfoundland
||HURLEY et al.
||First marking of squid (Illex illecebrosus) statoliths with tetracycline and strontium in captivity
||COELHO & ROSENBERG
||Causal analysis of some biological data on Illex illecebrosus
||Redfish in NAFO Division 3M
||Early life history aspects of redfish (Sebastes sp.) on Flemish Cap
||Larval cod and redfish from Flemish Cap, 1-3 August 1982
||Redfish in NAFO Divisions 3LN
||Roundnose grenadier in Subareas 0+1 and 2+3
||Catch, effort and biological characteristics of squid (Illex illecebrosus)in the French fishery (Subdiv. 3Ps) in 1982
||DUPOUY & DERIBLE
||Biological characteristics and biomass estimates of the squid (Illex illecebrosus) on Scotian Shelf (Div. 4VWX) in late summer 1982
||ROWELL & BUDDEN
||The 1982 fishery for Illex illecebrosus in SA 4 and biological characteristics of the stock
||KUDLO et al.
||Results of the Soviet oceanographic investigations in accordance with the Flemish Cap Project in 1977-1982
||Changes in average length-at-age of cod on the Flemish Cap
||Report on Soviet investigations in NAFO Subarea 4 in 1982
||Assessment of stock size and allowable catch of Nova Scotian silver hake (Merlluccius bilinearis) for 1984
||Distribution, biological characteristics and percentage of roughhead grenadier in the catches from the Grand Newfoundland area in May-July 1982
||Differences in mean lengths and percentages of females in capelin schools
||NAKASHIMA & HARNUM
||Summary of a logbook survey of the 1982 inshore capelin fishery in Divisions 3KL
||Observations on the 1982 experimental capelin fishery in Div. 2J+3K and the inshore capelin fishery in Div. 3KL
||MISRA & CARSCADDEN
||Stock discrimination of capelin (Mallotus villosus) in the Northwest Atlantic using meristic characters
||MILLER & CARSCADDEN
||Capelin acoustic surveys NAFO Divisions 2J+-3KL and 3KNO, 1982
||HAY & WAKEHAM
||Use of catch and effort data to estimate the pup production of hooded seals (Cystophora cristata) at Newfoundland
||LEGGETT et al.
||Estimating year-class strength in capelin (Mallotus villosus) from abiotic variables
||BISHOP & GAVARIS
||An assessment of the cod stock in NAFO Divisions 3NO
||GAVARIS & BISHOP
||Assessment of the cod stock in Divisions 2J+3KL
||An evaluation of the Greenland halibut (Reinhardtius hippogiossoides) stock complex in NAFO Subarea 2 and Divisions 3KL
||Some biological considerations of witch flounder on the southern Grand Bank (NAFO Divisions 3NO)
||BRODIE & PITT
||A stock assessment for yellowtail flounder in NAFO Divisions 3L, 3N and 3O
||BRODIE & PITT
||American plaice in NAFO DiVisions 3L, 3N and 3O: a stock assessment update
||WALDRON et al.
||Population abundance of Scotian Shelf silver hake (Merliuccius biiinearis) in 1982 with projections to 1984
||HORSTED et al.
||Status of Subarea 1 cod and estimates of stock and yield for 1983-85
||FEDULOV et al.
||Distribution of some squid species in the Northwest Atlantic in relation to physical oceanographic features
||ARKHIPKIN et al.
||Diurnal movement of young Illex illecebrosus and some other cephalopods in relation to vertical water structure off the Nova Scotia Shelf
||Survey estimates for cod in Division 2J from data obtained by RV Anton Dohrn in autumn of 1982
||Status of the cod stock in Division 3M
||The food of cod on Flemish Cap in winter 1983
||Zooplankton-larval herring re-lations in the eastern coastal Gulf of Maine, Fall 1982
||GRAHAM et al.
||Larval herring surveys in Maine (USA) and New Brunswick (Can.) waters off the eastern Gulf of Maine, 1982
||KELLY & STEVENSON
||Fecundities of Atlantic herring spawning populations from coastal Maine and Jeffreys Ledge
||Structure of the Georges Bank ecosystem
||The feeding habits of demersal fish species in Icelandic waters
||Legion analysis game and simulation program (LAGS)
||Capelin as a forage species: a review of selected studies
||Predation on fish larvae as a regulatory force illustrated in enclosure experiments with large groups of larvae
||DAWE et al.
||Predation of short-finned squid (Illex illecebrosus) in Newfoundland inshore waters
||Main trophic relationships of redfishes in the Northwest Atlantic
||Feeding of ocean pout (Macrozoarces americanus) in the Northwest Atlantic
||FELDMAN et al.
||Trophic relationships be-between some fish species of the North Sea
||KONSTANTINOV et al.
||Food links of some fishes andinvertebrates on the Flemish Cap Bank
||CHUMAKOV & PODRAZHANSKAYA
||Feeding of Greenland halibut in the Northwest Atlantic
||Food relationships between silver and red hakes and other fish species on Georges Bank and in adjacent waters
||GUSHCHIN & PODRAZHANSKAYA
||Feeding of roundnose grenadier, Coryphaenoides rupestris Gunn., and its position in the trophic system of the North Atlantic
||Feeding spectrum and food relationShips of short-finned squid (Illex illecebrosus Lesueur 1821)
||Food relations of long-finned squid, Loligo pealei Lesueur, in the North-west Atlantic and its position in ecosystem
||NIKESHIN et al.
||Some parameters of bottom-trawl selective characteristics from data of instrumental observations carried outrelative to beaked redfish, Greenland halibut, American plaice, yellowtail flounder and roundnose grenadier in the fishing areas of the Northwest Atlantic
||SEREBRYAKOV et al.
||Maurolicus muelleri eggs in the North Atlantic
||Fisheries studies in freshwater and their relevance to marine systems
||LILLY & RICE
||Food of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) on the northern Grand Bank in spring
||BOWERING et al.
||Predation on shrimp (Pandalus borealis) by Greenland halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides) and Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) off coastal Labrador (Div. 2H and 2J)
||Food sources for deep-sea fishes of the Newfoundland continental slope
||Length-age composition and state of cod stocks on the Flemish Cap in 1976-1982
||CHUMAKOV & SAVVATIMSKY
||On the Greenland halibut by-catch in the directed fishery for roundnose grenadier on the Laborador continental slope and in Davis Strait (NAFO Subarea 0, 1, 2 and 3K)
||Factors influencing Scotian Shelf finfish and squid interactions with special reference to silver hake
||The ICES stomach sampling project in 1981: aims, outline and some results
||POWER & NI
||Morphometric classification between golden redfish (Sebastes marinus) and beaked redfishes (S. mentella and S. fasciatus)
||BOURGEOIS & NI
||Metazoan parasites of Northwest Atlantic redfishes (Sebastes spp.)