Our Living Oceans. The first annual report on the status of U.S. living marine resources
U.S. Dept. of Commerce
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This report is the most comprehensive status review of U.S. living marine resources every made. It provides the available scientific information on the health and abundance of important marine populations based on the latest assessments available in mid-1991. It addresses most marine and anadromous species having commercial, recreational, and ecological significance. Besides finfish and shellfish, it includes marine mammals, sea turtles, and corals under purview of the U.S. Department of Commerce's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
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Species diversity and abundance of the bottom fauna, macroplankton, commercially important crabs and shrimp, and fishes, before and after the construction of the Cedar Bayou generating station. Progress report for 1973. Strawn, K.; Johnson, K.; McBee, T.; Debusk, J.; Williams, G.; Holt, S. (Texas A&M University, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, and Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1973)Abundance and distribution data for the various animal groups are presented and preliminary comparisons made between these data and those of equivalent periods of the preceding years of the study.
Species diversity and abundance of the bottom fauna, macroplankton, commercially important crabs and shrimp, and fishes before and after the construction of the Cedar Bayou Generating Station. Progress report for October 1969 - June 1970 Strawn, K.; Reimer, R.; Williams, G.; Kalke, R.; Schmidt, M.; Johnson, K. (Texas A&M University, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, and Texas Agricultural Experiment Station 1774, 1970)This study is concerned with the species diversity and abundance of several major groups of estuarine animals inhabiting the areas affected by the activities of the Cedar Bayou Generating Station, a new steam electric ...
D'Asaro CN; Wilkes FG; University of West Florida PUDoB (, 1982)The results of five broadly defined projects are reported. Cycling of xenobiotics was studied with a photobioassay system that used time-lapse photography to evaluate effects of Kepone and sodium pentachlorophenate on ...