Fish as food. / Volume 1, Production, biochemistry, and by BORGSTROM GEORG

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Inform. Letter No. 1472. Wiborg, K. F . (1957). Factors influencing the size of the year classes in the arctoNorwegian tribe of cod. ) Fiskeridirektorat. Skrifter, Ser. Havunders0k. 11, No. 8. CHAPTER 2 World Fisheries DIETMAR RIEDEL Fisheries Division, Food a n d Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy* I. Historical Data II. Present Catches A. Inland Fisheries B. Ocean Fisheries III. Utilization of the Ocean Fish A. Fish Meal B. Fish Oils C. Miscellaneous IV. Fish Trade V.

The catastrophe reached its peak around 1952. In recent years, the landed quantities have increased, although part of the vessels go in for the fishing of other species, such as anchovies, jack mackerel, and 1. BIOLOGY OF 29 SEAFISH PRODUCTION Pacific mackerel. 01 billion specimens. In the turbulent regions of the current close to the coast (see Section I I , A,2), there are two Total landings 5H 2H il Mill 11 Size of year-class 3H Season 1924/25 Year-class 29/3! '34/35J 1932 39/40J 37 Jl4i 44Λ5] ?

1958). Enrichment pattern resulting from eddy systems in relation to fishing grounds. ) /. Tokyo Univ. Fisheries 44, 105-130. Walford, L. A. (1938). The effect of currents on eggs and larvae of the haddock. S. , Bull. No. 29. Walford, L. A. (1958). "Living Resources of the Sea," 321 pp. Ronald Press, New York. Walford, L. , and Revelle, R. (1954). fluctuating fishery stocks: what we know about this world wide riddle. Proc. Fish. Products Conf. 47th Ann. Convent. Nat. Canners Assoc. Inform. Letter No.

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