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Fish Oil Industry in South America
(United States Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Commercial Fishes, 1967-12)
The potential of the fisheries in South America appears to be tremendous. For instance, in the Pacific Ocean, along the Peruvian coast, there is a great quantity of marine fish, mainly those of pelagic species such as ...
Economic Study of the Boston Large-Trawler Labor Force
(United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 1966-05)
This study focuses on the fishing manpower resource in Boston, Mass., one of the major U.S. fishing ports. Its purpose is to evaluate the fishing labor resource in terms of current and future requirements. Under the ...
Groundfish Industries of New England and Canada - A Comparative Economic Analysis
(United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 1961-07)
The American groundfish industry, centered in New England, far from participating in the general prosperity which has characterized the national economy in the post-World War II period, has been in a continual stage of ...
Economic Review of the Great Lakes Commercial Fisheries, 1940-59
(United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 1963)
Economic developments in the Great Lakes commercial fisheries since 1940 are examined, and catch, principal types of gear, marketing, and recent developments in the fishery are reviewed. In a section on recommendations, ...
Brief History of the New England Offshore Fisheries
(United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 1967-03)
The leaflet describes the origin and subsequent development of several of the principal offshore fisheries of New England. It traces the industry from the Colonial period when the chief catch was cod to the present day ...
Fish-Passage Research, Review of Progress, 1961-66
(United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 1968-10)
Results of accelerated laboratory and field experiments to investigate problems of anadromous fish passage at high dams are summarized. Studies were made on: the passage of adult and juvenile fish through large, medium, ...
Construction and Operation of a Floating Alaska Salmon Trap
(United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 1968-04)
Salmon traps, now nearly extinct, are the most efficient fishing gear ever developed for the capture and impoundment of salmon. The first salmon trap was built in Cook Inlet about 1885, but floating traps were not introduced ...
Study of the Menhaden Fishery of Area M-1 - Fisheries Survey of Area M-1
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-02-01)
Objectives: To make a study of the menhaden fishery to include the economic aspects of the operation, the annual catch, per cent of the catch made up by game fish, techniques used in fishing and the uses of the products.
Shrimp Landings and Production of the State of Texas for the Period 1956-1959 with a Comparison with Other Gulf States
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960)
A few years ago the United States Fish and Wildlife Service introduced a new, better, and more complete system of collection production statistics on the shrimp fishery. this program was carried on in collaboration with ...
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-12-28)
In March 1960 Commission biologist began an intensified field program of study on the bay populations of shrimp, extending the whole length of the coast. The inside areas of study are numbered M-1 to M-9. A tenth area ...