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FIS Paper Session


Andre Buchheister and Matthew T. Wilson
Differential food habits as a mechanism for seasonal and geographic variation in juvenile walleye pollock condition in the western Gulf of Alaska
pdf (0.5 MB)

Oleg A. Bulatov
Pollock fishery and total allowable catch in the Bering Sea
pdf (0.9 MB)

Tetsuichiro Funamoto, Keizo Yabuki and Satoshi Honda
Temperature-dependent stock-recruitment model for walleye pollock around Hokkaido, Japan
pdf (0.7 MB)

Yong-Woo Lee, Bernard A. Megrey and S. Allen Macklin
Predictability of future recruitment by parametric and non-parametric models: Case study of Gulf of Alaska walleye pollock
pdf (0.1 MB)

Michael J. Schirripa, Jim J. Colbert and Omar Rodriguez
Interannual changes in Pacific hake (Merluccius productus) growth in response to oceanographic conditions
pdf (1.3 MB)

Jennifer P. Stahl and Gordon H. Kruse
Maturation of walleye pollock, Theragra chalcogramma, in the eastern Bering Sea in relation to temporal and spatial factors
pdf (4.0 MB)

Mikhail A. Stepanenko
Environmental differentiation of pollock reproduction in the Bering Sea

Motomitsu Takahashi, Yoshiro Watanabe, Hiroshi Nishida and Akihiko Yatsu
Interannual variation in growth of larval and early juvenile Japanese anchovy in the Kuroshio-Oyashio transition region
pdf (1.0 MB)

Hiroshige Tanaka, Akinori Takasuka, Ichiro Aoki, Seiji Ohshimo and Yozo Wada
Geographical variations in carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios of Japanese anchovy Engraulis japonicus
pdf (0.1 MB)

Ling Tong and Qisheng Tang
Impacts of global change on fisheries resources of a coastal ecosystem
pdf (1.8 MB)

Ivan Martinez Tovar, Felipe Amezcua Martinez and Juan Madrid Vera
Analysis of fish bycatch from the commercial shrimp fleet in the Southeast Gulf of Californi
pdf (0.3 MB)


 
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