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Fishery Bulletin 97(2), April 1999

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Articles

Cooper, Andrew B. , and Marc Mangel
The dangers of ignoring metapopulation structure for the conservation of salmonids, p. 213-226
[e-mail:  andy@cqs.washington.edu].

Francis, Malcolm P., Kevin P. Mulligan, Nick M. Davies, and Michael P. Beentjes
Age and growth estimates for New Zealand hapuku, Polyprion oxygeneios, p. 227-242
[e-mail: m.francis@niwa.cri.nz].

Goodyear, C. Phillip
An analysis of the possible utility of time-area closures to minimize billfish bycatch by U.S. pelagic longlines, p. 243-255
[e-mail: phil_goodyear@email.msn.com].

Heifetz, Jonathan, Delsa Anderl, Nancy E. Maloney, and Thomas L. Rutecki
Age validation and analysis of ageing error from marked and recaptured sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria, p. 256-263
[e-mail:  jon.heifetz@noaa.gov].

Krieger, Kenneth J., and Daniel H. Ito
Distribution and abundance of shortraker rockfish, Sebastes borealis,and rougheye rockfish, S. aleutianus,determined from a manned submersible, p. 264-272
[e-mail: ken.krieger@noaa.gov].

MacFarlane, R. Bruce, and Elizabeth C. Norton
Nutritional dynamics during embryonic development in the viviparous genus Sebastesand their application to the assessment of reproductive success, p. 273-281
[e-mail:  Bruce.MacFarlane@noaa.gov].

Macy, William K. III, Ann G. Durbin, and Edward G. Durbin
Metabolic rate in relation to temperature and swimming speed, and the cost of filter feeding in Atlantic menhaden, Brevoortia tyrannus, p. 282-293 
[e-mail: wkmacy@gsosun1.gso.uri.edu].

Miller, Thomas J., Tomasz Herra, and William C. Leggett
The relation between otolith size and larval size at hatching for Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua, p. 294-305
[e-mail:  miller@cbl.umces.edu].

Quiñonez-Velázquez, Casimiro
Age validation and growth of larval and juvenile haddock, Melanogrammus aeglefinus,and pollock, Pollachius virens,on the Scotian Shelf, p. 306-319
[e-mail: cquinone@vmredipn.ipn.mx].

Stanley, Richard D., Robert Keiser, Bruce M. Leaman, and Ken D. Cooke
Diel vertical migration by yellowtail rockfish, Sebastes flavidus,and its impact on acoustic biomass estimation, p. 320-331
[e-mail:  stanleyr@dfo-mpo.gc.ca].

Suryan, Robert M. and James T. Harvey
Variability in reactions of Pacific harbor seals, Phoca vitulinarichardsi,to disturbance, p. 332-339
[e-mail:  robert_suryan@mail.fws.gov].

Terwilliger, Mark. R. , and Thomas A. Munroe
Age, growth, longevity, and mortality of blackcheek tonguefish, Symphurus plagiusa (Cynoglossidae: Pleuronectiformes), in Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, p. 340-361
[e-mail:  terwillm@ucs.orst.edu].

Thompson, Bruce A., Marty Beasley, and Charles A. Wilson
Age distribution and growth of greater amberjack, Seriola dumerili,from the north-central Gulf of Mexico, p. 362-371
[e-mail:  coetho@unix1.sncc.lsu.edu].

Notes

Adams, Douglas H., and Robert H. McMichael Jr.
Mercury levels in four species of sharks from the Atlantic coast of Florida, p. 372-379
[e-mail:  adams_dh@epic7.dep.state.fl.us].
 
Beal, Brian F. , Robert Bayer, M. Gayle Kraus, and Samuel R. Chapman
A unique shell marker in juvenile, hatchery-reared individuals of the softshell clam, Mya arenaria L., p. 380-386
[email:  bbeal@acad.umm.maine.edu].
 
Carlson, John K.
Occurrence of neonate and juvenile sandbar sharks, Carcharhinus plumbeus,in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico, p. 387-391
[e-mail:  carlson@bio.fsu.edu].

Holland, Kim N., Pierre Kleiber, and Stephen M. Kajiura
Different residence times of yellowfin  tuna, Thunnus albacares,and bigeye tuna, T. obesus,found in mixed aggregations over a seamount, p. 392-395
[e-mail:  kholland@hawaii.edu]

O'Neill, Michael F., David J. Die, Brian R. Taylor, and Malcolm J. Faddy
Accuracy of at-sea commercial size grading of tiger prawns (Penaeusesculentusand P. semisulcatus) in the Australian northern prawn fishery, p. 396-401
[email:  oneillm@dpi.qld.gov.au]

Vidal, Erica A. G., and Manuel Haimovici
Digestive tract parasites in rhynchoteuthion squid paralarvae, particularly in Illex argentinus, (Cephalopoda: Ommastrephidae), p. 402-405

Yang, Mei-Sun, and Benjamin N. Page
Diet of Pacific sleeper shark, Somniosus pacificus,in the the Gulf of Alaska, p. 406-409
[e-mail:
  Mei-Sun.Yang@noaa.gov]


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