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Fishery Bulletin 86(4) Contents

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617
Mendelssohn, Roy
Some problems in estimating population sizes from catch at-age data


631
Bayliff, William H.
Integrity of schools of skipjack tuna, Katsuwonus pelamis, in the eastern Pacific Ocean, as determined from tagging data

645
Castro, Margarida, and Karim Erzini
Comparison of two length-frequency based packages for estimating growth and mortality parameters using simulated samples with varying recruitment patterns

655
Lin, Biing-Hwan, and Nancy A. Williams
Specifying a functional form for the influence of hatchery smolt release on adult salmon production

663
Beacham, Terry N., Clyde R. Murray, and Ruth E. Withler
Age, morphology, developmental biology, and biochemical genetic variation of Yukon River fall chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta, and comparisons with British Columbia populations

675
Yang, Mo So, and Po A. Livingston
Food habits and daily ration of Greenland halibut, Reinhardtius hippoglossoides, in the eastern Bering Sea

691
Cross, Jeffrey
Aspects of the biology of two scyliorhinid sharks, Apristurus brunneus and Parmaturus xaniurus, from the upper continental slope off southern California

703
Shanks, Alan L.
Further support for the hypothesis that internal waves can cause shoreward transport of larval invertebrates and fish

715
Hobson, Edmund S., and James R. Chess
Trophic relations of the blue rockfish, Sebastes mystinus, in a coastal upwelling system off northern California

745
Grimes, Churchill R., Charles F. Idelberger, Kenneth W. Able, and Stephen C. Turner
The reproductive biology of tilefish, Lopkolatilus chamaeleonticeps Goode and Bean, from the United States Mid-Atlantic Bight, and the effects of fishing on the breeding system

763
Hargreaves, N. R.
A field method for determining prey preferences of predators

773
Ford, Richard F., Bruce F. Phillips, and Lindsay M. Joll
Experimental manipulation of population density and its effects on growth and mortality of juvenile western rock lobsters, Panulirus cygnus George

789
Barshaw, Diana E., and Donald R. Bryant-Rich
A long-term study on the behavior and survival of early juvenile American lobster, Homarus americanus, in three naturalistic substrates: eelgrass, mud, and rocks

797
Blaylock, Robert A.
Distribution and abundance of the bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus (Montagu, 1821), in Virginia

Notes

807
Seki, Michael P., and Michael W. Callahan
The feeding habits of two deep slope snappers, Pristipomoides zonatus and P. auricilla, at Pathfinder Reef, Mariana Archipelago

811
Ditty, James G., Glen G. Zieske, and Richard F. Shaw
Seasonality and depth distribution of larval fishes in the northern Gulf of Mexico above latitude 26°00'N

823
Rogers, Christopher W., Donald R. Gunderson, and David A. Armstrong
Utilization of a Washington estuary by juvenile English sole, Parophrys vetulus

832
Safrit, Glen W., and Frank J. Schwartz
Length-weight relationships for gulf flounder, Paralichthys albigutta, from North Carolina

833
Wiebe, Peter H.
Functional regression equations for zooplankton displacement volume, wet weight, dry weight, and carbon: a correction

835
Graves, John E., Marie A. Simovich, and Kurt M. Schaefer
Electrophoretic identification of early juvenile yellowfin tuna, Thunnus albacares

838
Cahoon, Lawrence B., and Craig R. Tronzo
A comparison of demersal zooplankton collected at Alligator Reef, Florida, using emergence and reentry traps

847
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