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Distribution and relative abundance of billfishes (Istiophoridae) of the Indian Ocean (Studies in tropical oceanography) ePub download

by John Kenneth Howard

  • Author: John Kenneth Howard
  • ISBN: 0870242768
  • ISBN13: 978-0870242762
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (1975)
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Distribution and relative abundance of billfishes (Istiophoridae) of the Indian Ocean (Studies in tropical oceanography) ePub download

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Are you sure you want to remove Distribution and relative abundance of billfishes (Istiophoridae) of the Indian Ocean from your list? Distribution and relative abundance of billfishes (Istiophoridae) of the Indian Ocean. by John Kenneth Howard. Published 1974 by University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science in Miami.

The billfishes (Istiophoridae) are important to man in several respects. At present, five species of Istiophoridae are recognized in the Pacific. Istiophorid fishes were described as early as 1844. They are the basis of certain locally important fisheries and are important adjuncts to other large fisheries, such as Japanese longline fishery. Since that time, many nominal species have been described. Many are based on a single specimen, or even second-hand information. As a result, there has been, and to some extent still is, considerable taxonomic and nomenclatural confusion.

Studies in Tropical Oceanography No. 2. Keywords. Billfishes, Fishes, Pacific Ocean, Marlin fisheries, Maps. Environmental Sciences Marine Biology Oceanography and Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology. Recommended Citation. Howard, John K. and Ueyanagi, Shoji, "Distribution and Relative Abundance of Billfishes (Istiophoridae) of the Pacific Ocean" (1965). Studies in Tropical Oceanography. Since August 03, 2015.

Of the twelve species of billfish, there are six species of Billfish in the Indian Ocean. The term billfish refers to the large fishes of the family Istiophoridae, comprising marlin and sailfish, and of the family Xiphiidae, comprising swordfish

Of the twelve species of billfish, there are six species of Billfish in the Indian Ocean. The term billfish refers to the large fishes of the family Istiophoridae, comprising marlin and sailfish, and of the family Xiphiidae, comprising swordfish. Billfish are epipelagic and highly migratory fishes found throughout the world's oceans typically inhabiting the coastal and offshore waters of tropical and temperate oceans

Studies in Tropical Oceanography No. Billfishes, Indian Ocean, Marlin fisheries. Howard, John Kenneth and Starck, Walter A. II, "Distribution and Relative Abundance of Billfishes (Istiophoridae) of the Indian Ocean" (1975).

Studies in tropical oceanography, no. Notes. To accompany Distribution and relative abundance of billfishes (istiophoridae) of the Indian ocean, by John K. Howard. Marlin fisheries - Atlases. Fishes - Pacific Ocean - Atlases.

Potential climate change impacts on microbial distribution and carbon cycling in the Australian Southern Ocean. There was no significant relationship between viral abundance and or chl a concentration

Potential climate change impacts on microbial distribution and carbon cycling in the Australian Southern Ocean. There was no significant relationship between viral abundance and or chl a concentration. Viral and bacterial concentrations were not significantly correlated north (P {. 0 < r < . 0}) or south (P {. }) of the Polar Front. The virus to bacteria ratio (VBR) was between 3 and 15 in the open ocean but varied between 15 and 40 in the sea-ice region.

Howard JK, Ueyanagi S (1965) Distribution and relative abundance of billfishes (Istiophoridae) of the . Shimose T (2008) Ecological studies from the view point of fisheries resources on blue marlin, Makaira nigricans, in the North Pacific Ocean.

Howard JK, Ueyanagi S (1965) Distribution and relative abundance of billfishes (Istiophoridae) of the Pacific Ocean. Institute of Marine Science, University of Miami Press, Florida. PhD dissertation, University of the Ryukyus, Nishihara. Su NJ, Sun CL, Punt AE, Yeh SZ, Chiang WC, Chang YJ, Chang HY (2013) Effects of sexual dimorphism on population parameters and exploitation ratios of blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) in the northwest Pacific Ocean. Aquat Living Resour 26:19–24.

Distribution and relative abundance of billfishes (Istiophoridae) of the Pacific Ocean. Koga, . Studies on the fishery biology of the tuna and marlin in the Indian Ocean and the South Pacific 1967 Ocean. (490):1-208 (in Japanese). . I. Furukawa and K. Kodama, Studies on the tuna longline fishery in the East China Sea. 3. Ecological 1959 studies on the sailfish. 10:88-106 (in Japanese, English summary).

reported from the entire Indian Ocean. The studies on the myctophid larvae of the Indian. 23 Diaphus fragilis Western Indian Ocean; Tropical Indian Ocean; Indian. EEZ of Arabian Sea (06°000–21°000N. Studies in the. Arabian Sea have indicated that the area is rich in the. midwater fish stocks dominated by myctophids with. Ocean are limited to the works of Bekker (1964); Pertseva-Ostroumova (1964); Ahlstrom (1968); Valsa. 1979); Peter (1982) and Raman and James (1990). Distribution of myctophids in the Indian Ocean.

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