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Legacy Series

Special Scientific Reports - Fisheries (SSRF)

Established in 1949, this series consists of reports on scientific investigations which document long-term continuing programs of NMFS, and intensive reports on studies of restricted scope. Bibliographies of a specialized nature are also published in this series. In 1983 this subcategory of technical reports was merged with the Circular series into the NOAA Technical Report NMFS series; SSRF 783 was the last report published.

1. Effects of oil mixed with carbonized sand on aquatic animals, by Walter A. Chipman and Paul S. Galtsoff. Aug. 1949. 52 p., illus.

2. Water temperature records from California's Central Valley 1939-1948, by Oliver B. Cope. Sept. 1949. 77 p.

3. Effects of feeding DDT-sprayed insects to fresh-water fish, by C. H. Hoffmannand E. W. Surber. Oct. 1949. 9 p.

4. Effects of various concentrations of DDT on several species of fish of different sizes, by Eugene W. Surber and Clarence H. Hoffmann. Nov. 1949. 19 p., iHus.

5. Preliminary surveys of Roosevelt Lake in relation to game fishes, by Harold A. Gangmark and Leonard A. Fulton. Sept. 1949. 29 p., illus.

6. Translations of foreign literature concerning lobster culture and the early life history of the lobster, edited by Leslie W. Scattergood. Oct. 1949. 173 p.

7. A survey of the sports fishery of the middle Atlantic bight in 1948, by Raymond J. Buller and Harlan S. Spear. Jan. 1950. 20 p., illus.

8. An investigation of oyster producing areas in Louisiana and Mississippi damaged by flood waters in 1945, by Philip A. Butler. Dec. 1949. 29 p., illus.

9. Possibilities for oyster culture in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, by Walter A. Chipman and Paul E. Thompson. Jan. 1950. 19 p., illus.

10. Drift bottle releases off New Jersey; a preliminary report on experiments begun in 1948, by John R. Webster and Raymond J. Buller. Jan. 1950. 21 p., illus.

11. Observations of the effect of acidiron waste disposal at sea on animal populations, by Edgar L. Arnold, Jr., and William F. Royce. Jan. 1950. 12 p. ,illus.

12. Biological investigations of the fishery resources of Trinity River, California, by James W. Moffett and Stanford H. Smith. Feb. 1950. 71 p., illus.

13. The rational exploitation of the sea fisheries with particular reference to the fish stock of the North Sea, by G. P. Baerends. Mar. 1950. 102 p., illus. Paper no. 36 of the Dept. of Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture, Fishery and Food Supply, The Hague, Netherlands, July 1947. Translated from the Dutch by Jan Hahn; edited by Howard A. Schuck.

14. The 1950 opening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway: its effect on oysters, by Philip A. Butler and James B. Engle. Mar. 1950. 10 p., illus.

15. Studies on the Pacific pilchard or sardine (Sardinops caerulea). May 1950. 200 p., illus. Reissue of SSR 19-24, issued in 1943.

16. Three papers on the stocks of tunas in Japanese waters, by Morisaburo Tauchi. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Apr. 1950. 15 p.

17. Report of investigations of skipjack and tuna resources in 1947, by Nakamura Research Staff. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Apr. 1950. 19 p.

18. Spawning grounds of tuna and skipjack, translated from the Japanese language by SCAP translators. Edited by B. M. Shimada and W. G. Van Campen. Apr. 1950. 14 p.

19. Larval and juvenile tunas and skipjacks, by Kamakichi Kishinouye. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Apr. 1950. 14 p., illus. ,

20. Gonads of skipjack from Palao waters, by Kizo Matsui. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Apr. 1950. 6 p., illus.

21. Age determination of fish (preliminary report 1), by Hiroaki Aikawa and Masuo Kata. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Apr. 1950. 22 p. , illus.

22. Morphometry, growth, and age of tunas, translated from the Japanese language by SCAP translators and W. G. Van Campen. Edited by B. M. Shimada and W. G. Van Campen. May 1950. 30 p. , illus. 106

23. The food habits of the yellowfin tuna Neothunnus macropterus (Schlegel) from the Celebes Sea, by Hiroshi Nakamura. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Apr. 1950. 8 p., illus.

24. A study of the mackerels, cybiids, and tunas, by Kamakichi Kishinouye. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. May 1950. 14 p.

25. Poisonous fishes of the South Seas, translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. May 1950. 221 p.

26. The pearl fishery of Venezuela, by Paul S. Galtsoff. May 1950. 26 p., illus.

27. Ciguatera: tropical fish poisoning, by William Arcisz. May 1950. 23 p.

28. The pearl-oyster resources of Panama, by Paul S. Galtsoff. May 1950.53 p., illus.

29. Injured and dead fish in the vicinity of Bonneville Dam, by Harry A. Hanson,Paul D. Zimmer and Ivan J. Donaldson. June 1950. 41 p., illus.

30. Pollution in the lower Columbia Basin in 1948 - with particular reference to the Willamette River. by Frederic F. Fish and Robert R. Rucker. June 1950. 22 p., illus.

31. Doctoral dissertations on the management and ecology of fisheries, prepared in the Branch of Fishery Biology. July 1950. 35 p. Revised by 87.

32. Vitamin A in selected. palecolored livers of Alaska fur seals, 1948, by Victor B. Scheffer. Neva L. Karrick and F. Bruce Sanford. July 1950. 8 p. , illus.

33. Albacore fishing grounds development in 1939, translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Nov. 1950 I 175 p., illus.

34. Upper Sacramento River sport fishery, by Stanford H. Smith. Sept. 1950. 44 p., illus.

35. English translations of fishery literature. compiled by Leslie W. Scattergood. Mar. 1951. 65 p. Special Scientific Reports - Fisheries

36. Survey of the Columbia River and its tributaries - Part 3. by Zell E. Parkhurst. Floyd G. Bryant and Reed S. Nielson. Sept. 1950. 103 p., illus.

37. Survey of the Columbia River and its tributaries - Part 4, by Floyd G. Bryant and Zell E. Parkhurst. Sept. 1950. 108 p .• illus.

38. Survey of the Columbia River and its tributaries - Part 5, by Reed S. Nielson. Aug. 1950. 41 p.; illus.

39. Survey of the Columbia River and its tributaries - Part 6, by Zell E. Parkhurst. Oct. 1950. 58 p.• illus.

40. Survey of the Columbia River and its tributaries - Part 7, by Zell E. Parkhurst. Nov. 1950. 95 p., illus.


41. Oxygen block in the main-stem Willamette River. by Frederic F. Fish and Richard A. Wagner. Sept. 1950. 19 p.

42. Tuna fishing in Palau waters, translated from the Japanese language by SCAP translators and W. G. Van Campen, edited by B. M. Shimada and W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1951. 26 p., illus.

43. Fishing conditions south of the Marshall Islands. translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1951. 23 p., illus.

44. Tuna bait resources at Saipan. translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1951. 15 p.

45. Exploratory tuna fishing in Indonesian waters. translated from the Japanese language by SCAP translators and W. G. Van Campen. Edited by B. M. Shimada and W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1951. 17 p., illus.

46. Exploratory tuna fishing in the Caroline Islands. translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1951. 42 p .• illus.

47. Exploratory tuna fishing in the Marshall Islands, translated from the Japanese language by SCAP translators and W. G. Van Campen. Edited by B. M. Shimada and W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1951. 21 p ., illus. 107

48. Japanese tuna surveys in tropical waters, translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1951. 40 p., illus.

49. The Japanese skipjack fishery, translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1951. 67 p. , illus.

50. Kishinouye's order Plecostei, translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1951. 16 p.

51. Japanese skipjack studies, translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1951. 30 p., illus.

52. On the Japanese black tuna (Thunnus orientalis), translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1951. 22 p., illus.

53. Seasonal variations in toxicity of butter clams from selected Alaska beaches, by John S. Chambers and Harris W. Magnusson. Aug. 1950. 10 p., illus.

54. Mid-Pacific oceanography, January-March 1950, by Townsend Cromwell. July 1951. 9 p., [67]1., illus.

55. Natural history of the sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) in Michigan, by Vernon C. Applegate. Dec. 1950.237 p., illus.

56. Sacramento - San Joaquin Delta fishery resources; effects of Tracy Pumping Plant and Delta Cross Channel, by Leo F. Erkkila, James W. Moffett, Oliver B. Cope, Bernard R. Smith, and Reed S. Nielson. Dec. 1950. 109 p. , illus.

57. Survey of the Columbia River and its tributaries - Part 8, by Zell E. Parkhurst. Dec. 1950. 19 p., ilius.

58. Fishery survey of southern coastal waters, by Raymond J. Buller. Feb. 1951. 21 p., illus.

59. Tests of hatchery foods for blueback salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) 1944-1948, by Roger E. Burrows, Leslie A. Robinson and David D. Palmer. Mar. 1951. 39 p., illus.

60. Tests of hatchery foods for blueback salmon, 1949, by Leslie A. Robinson, David D. Palmer and Roger E. Burrows. Apr. 1951. 21 p.

61. Sea lamprey spawning runs in the Great Lakes in 1950, by Vernon C. Applegate and Bernard R. Smith. Apr. 1950. 49 p., illus.

62. A study of the causes of death ofbait fishes, by Yasuo Suehiro. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Mar. 1951. 57 p. , illus.

63. Tests of hatchery foods for blueback salmon, 1950, by Leslie A. Robinson, Merl H. Payne, Jr., David D. Palmer and Roger E. Burrows. May 1951. 23 p.

64. Effect of tagging on the subsequent behavior and condition of red salmon, by G. J. Eicher, Jr. May 1951. 4 p.

65. A fishway that shad ascend, by Gerald B. Collins. July 1951. 17 p. , illus.

66. A survey of former shad streams in Maine, by Clyde C. Taylor. Aug. 1951. 29 p., illus.

67. Salmon research at Deer Creek, Calif., by Frederick K. Cramer and David F. Hammack. Jan. 1952. 16 p., illus.

68. Sea lamprey spawning runs in the Great Lakes, 1951, by Vernon C. Applegate, Bernard R. Smith, Alberton L. McLain and Matt Patterson. Mar. 1952. 37 p., illus.

69. Water temperatures of the Willamette River Basin, 1950, by Kingsley G. Weber and Lyle G. Schedin. Feb. 1952. 25 p., illus.

70. Sea lamprey spawning; Michigan streams of Lake Superior, by Howard A. Loeb and Albert E. Hall, Jr. Feb. 1952. 68 p., illus.

71. Establishing tuna and other pelagic fishes in ponds and tanks, by Albert L. Tester. Feb. 1952. 20 p., illus. This report is also Contribution no. 18, Hawaii Marine Laboratory, University of Hawaii 108

SSR - F 72. English translations of fishery literature; additional listings, compiled by Leslie W. Scattergood. Mar. 1952. 32 p.

73. Zooplankton volumes off the Pacific coast 1951, prepared by the Staff of the South Pacific Fishery Investigations. May 1952. 37 p.

74. Status of Columbia River blueback salmon runs, 1951, by Harold A. Gangmark and Leonard A. Fulton. Apr. 1952. 29 p., illus.

75. Water temperatures of California's Central Valley 1949-51, by Oliver B. Cope. May 1952. 48 p., illus.

76. Migrations and habitat of the tuna (Thunnus thynnus L.), studied by the method of the hooks, with observations on growth, on the operation of the fisheries, etc., by M. Sella. R. Comitato Talassografico Italiano, Memoria 156, Venice, 1929. Translated by Wilvan G. Van Campen. July 1952. 20 p., illus.

77. Oceanographic conditions and the albacore grounds east of Cape Nojima. (Contributions to fisheries guidance, no.2) (Published by the Miyagi Prefecture Experiment Station, Apr. 1939) Translated from the Japanese language by Wilvan G. Van Campen. July 1952. 18 p., illus.

78. On the relation between the tuna fishery and oceanographic conditions, by Takeshi Kawana. Report of Fisheries investigations, v. 31, Hokkaido Fisheries Experiment Station, published Mar. 1934. Translated from the Japanese language by Wilvan G. Van Campen. July 1952. 33 p. , illus.

79. The Japanese tuna fishing industry; five articles translated from the Japanese language by Wilvan G. Van Campen. July 1952. 32 p.

80. Pilchard eggs and larvae and other fish larvae, Pacific coast, 1950, by Elbert H. Ahlstrom. Oct. 1952. 58 p.

81. Yellowstone lake trout creel censuses, 1950-51, by Harvey L. Moore, Olive B. Cope, and Richard E. Beckwith. Sep. 1952. 41 p., illus

82. The tunas and their fisheries, by Hiroshi Nakamura. Published by Takeuchi Shobo, Tokyo, 1949. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Aug. 1952. 115 p., illus.

83. Five Japanese papers on skipjack, translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Aug. 1952. 78 p. , illus.

84. Furunculosis of fish, by Bruce M. McCraw. Dec. 1952. 87 p.

85. 25 years of federal fishery research on the Great Lakes, by Ralph Hile. Oct. 1952. 48 p.

86. Tests of hatchery foods for salmon, 1951, by Roger E. Burrows, David D. Palmer, H. William Newman and Robert L. Azevedo. Nov. 1952. 24 p.

87. Doctoral dissertations on the management and ecology of fisheries; additional listings, 1952, prepared in the Branch of Fishery Biology. Oct. 1952. 44 p. Revision of 31.

88. High speed plankton samplers, by Edgar L. Arnold, Jr., and Jack W. Gehringer. Sept. 1952. 12 p., illus.

89. Offshore fishing in Bristol Bay and Bering Sea, by Joseph T. Barnaby. Oct. 1952. 30 p., illus.

90. Experimental surface gill net fishing for skipjack (Katsuwonus pelamis) in Hawaiian waters, by Walter M. Matsumoto. Nov. 1952. 20 p., illus.

91. Reaction of tunas and other fishes to stimuli. Nov. 1952. 83 p., illus. This report is also Contributions nos. 22-26, of the Hawaii Marine Laboratory, University of Hawaii.

92. Use of electricity in the control of sea lampreys: electromechanical weirs and traps and electrical barriers, by Vernon C. Applegate, Bernard R. Smith, and Willis L. Nielsen. Dec. 1952. 52 p., illus.

93. Directing the movement of fish with electricity, by Alberton L. McLain and Willis L. Nielsen. Jan. 1953. 24 p., illus.

94. Passage of shad at the Bonneville fishways, by G. B. Talbot. Mar. 1953. 30 p., illus.

95. Morphometric measurements of Pacific scombrids, by Dorothy I. Y. Dung and William F. Royce. Feb. 1953. 170 p. , illus.

96. Destruction of undersized haddock on Georges Bank, 1947-51, by Ernest D. Premetz. May 1953. 31 p., illus.

97. Sea lamprey spawning; Wisconsin and Minnesota streams of Lake Superior, by Howard A. Loeb. June 1953. 36 p.

98. Longline fishing for deep-swimming tunas in the central Pacific, 1950-51, by Garth I. Murphy and Richard S. Shomura. May 1953. 47 p., illus.

99. Trial of Denil-type fish ladder on Pacific salmon, by Leonard A. Fulton, Harold A. Gangmark, and Scott H. Bair. May 1953. 16 p., illus.

100. Zooplankton volumes off the Pacific coast, 1952, prepared by the Staff of the South Pacific Fishery Investigations May 1953. 41 p.

101. Fluctuation in trap net catches in the upper Mississippi River, by D. W. Kelley. May 1953. 38 p., illus.

102. Pilchard eggs and larvae and other fish larvae, Pacific coast, 1951, by Elbert H. Ahlstrom. May 1953. 55 p.

103. Length measurements of Lake Yellowstone trout, by Oliver B. Cope. June 1953. 17 p.

104. Survey of the domestic tuna industry, by A. W. Anderson and W. H. Stolting and associates. June 1953. 436 p. , illus.

106. Use of fish products in blueback salmon diets. Nov. 1953. 59 p., illus.

107. Live-bait fishing for tuna in the central Pacific, by Isaac I. Ikehara. July 1953. 20 p., illus.

108. Longline fishing for deep-swimming tunas in the central Pacific; Jan. -June 1952, by Garth 1. Murphy and Richard S. Shomura. Aug. 1953. 32 p., illus.

109. Utilization of Alaskan salmon cannery waste, Parts 1 and 2, by Maurice E. Stansby and associates. Sept. 1953. 107 p. , illus.

110. Biological effects on hard clams of hand raking and power dredging, by John B. Glude and Warren S. Landers. Oct. 1953. 43 p., illus.

111. Attempts to guide small fish with underwater sound, by Clifford J. Burner and Harvey L. Moore. Sept. 1953. 38 p. , illus.

112. Tuna longline fishery and fishing grounds, by Hiroshi Nakamura. Published by the Association of Japanese Tuna Fishing Cooperatives, Tokyo, 1951. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1954. 168 p., illus.

SSR - F 113. Artificial fertilization of lakes and ponds, a review of the literature, by John A. Maciolek. Jan. 1954. 41 p.

SSR - F 114. Experimental transportation of live shad past Susquehanna River dams, by Charles H. Walburg. Jan. 1954. 13 p., illus.

115. Weakfish migration in relation to its conservation, by Robert A. Nesbit. Jan. 1954. 81 p., illus.

116. Progress in Pacific Oceanic Fishery Investigations, 1950-53, by Oscar E. Sette and the staff of P. O. F. 1. Feb. 1954 75 p., illus.

117. Seasonal abundance of clam larvae in Rhode Island waters, 1950-52, by Warren S. Landers. Mar. 1954. 29 p., illus.

118. Variations in zooplankton abundance in Hawaiian waters, 1950-52, by Joseph E. King and Thomas S. Hida. Mar. 1954. 66 p., illus.

119. Variability of longline catches of yellowfin tuna, by Garth I. Murphy and Keith C. Elliott. Mar. 1954. 30 p., illus.

120. Creel census and expenditure study, North Fork Sun River, Montana, 1951, prepared in the Office of Missouri River Basin Studies, Billings, Montana. May 1954. 39 p., illus.

121. Angling on Little Pigeon River, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1953, by Robert E. Lennon. Apr. 1954. 27 p., illus.

122. Phosphorus coment of waters along the west coast of Florida, by Herbert W. Graham, John M. Amison and Kenneth T. Marvin. Apr. 1954. 43 p., illus.

123. Pacific sardine (pilchard) eggs and larvae and other fish larvae, Pacific Coast - 1952, by Elbert H. Ahlstrom. Apr. 1954. 76 p., illus.

124. Tests on hatchery foods for salmon, 1952, by H. William Newman, David D. Palmer and Roger E. Burrows. Apr. 1954. 12 p.

125. Zooplankton volumes off the Pacific Coast, 1949-50, by staff of the South Pacific Fishery Investigations. Apr. 1954. 54 p.

126. Creel census and expenditure study, Madison River, Montana, 1950-52, prepared in the Office of Missouri River Basin Studies, Billings, Montana. Apr. 1954. 39 p ., illus.

127. Selected bibliography on the applications of electricity in fishery science, by Vernon C. Applegate, Paul T. Macy and Virgil E. Harris. Apr. 1954. 55 p.

128. Analysis of catches of nine Japanese tuna longline expeditions to the western Pacific
, by Garth I. Murphy and Tamio Otsu. Dec. 1954. 46 p., illus. 111

129. Destruction of undersized haddock on Georges Bank, 1952, by Ernest D. Premetz, with Robert L. Cory, James W. McKee, and Craig Slater. June 1954. 34 p., illus.

130. §

131. Mid-Pacific oceanography 2, by Townsend Cromwell and Mid-Pacific oceanography 3, by Thomas S. Austin. June 1954. 13, [139]. 17, [34] p., illus.

132. Zooplankton volumes off the Pacific Coast, 1953, prepared by staff of the South Pacific Fishery Investigations, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. June 1954. 38 p.

133. § not issued

134. Reaction of tuna to stimuli, 1953, by Albert L. Tester, Heeny Yuen and

Michio Takata. July 1954. 33 p., illus This report is also Contribution no. 56 of the Hawaii Marine Laboratory, University of Hawaii.

135. Mid-Pacific oceanography, Part 4, Transequatorial waters, Jan. -Mar. 1952
, by E. D. Stroup. Aug. 1954. 52 p., illus

136. Mid Pacific oceanography, Part 5, Transequatorial waters, May-June 1952, Aug. 1952, by Thomas S. Austin. Nov. 1954. 86 p., illus.

137. §

138. A virus disease of sockeye salmon: interim report, by Stanley W. Watson ,Raymond W. Guenther and Robert R. Rucker. Dec. 1954. 36 p., illus.

130. Reaction of tuna to stimuli, 1952-53: Part I, Response of tuna to chemical stimuli, by Albert L. Tester, P. B. vanWeel, and JohnJ.Naughton; Part 2, Response of tuna to visual and visual-chemical stimuli, by Sidney C. Hsiao and Albert L. Tester. Mar. 1955. vi + 124 pp., illus.

137. Longline fishing for deep- swimming tunas in the central Pacific, August-November 1952, by Garth I. Murphy and Richard S. Shomura. Feb. 1955. v + 42 pp., illus.

139. Limnological survey of western Lake Erie, by Stillman Wright, with chapters on "The phytoplankton of western Lake Erie" in collaboration with L. H. Tiffany and "The zooplankton of western Lake Erie" in collaboration with Wilbur M. Tidd. Jan. 1955. vi + 341 pp., illus.

140. Burrowing ability of juvenile clams, by John P. Baptist. Jan. 1955. i + 13 pp., illus.

141. Creel census and expenditure studies, Missouri River Basin, 1947-52, compiled by A. J. Nicholson and H. Milton Borges. Mar. 1955. iv + 28 pp., illus.

142. First year of mesh regulation in the Georges Bank haddock fishery, by Herbert W. Graham and Ernest D. Premetz. Jan. 1955. i + 29 pp., illus.

143. Effects of naval ordnance tests on the Patuxent River fishery, by R. E. Tiller and C. M. Coker. Jan. 1955. i + 20 pp., illus.

144. Vertical distribution of zooplankton in the central equatorial Pacific, July-August 1952, by Thomas S. Hida and Joseph E. King. Apr. 1955. v + 22 pp., illus.

145. A contribution to the knowledge of the fishes from the Bering and Chukchi seas, by Anatoly P. Andriashev. Translated from the Russian language by Lisa Lanz with Norman J. Wilimovsky. May 1955. ii + 81 pp., illus.

146. Oxygen requirements of some Hawaiian tuna baitfish, by Austin Pritchard. May 1955. v + 30 pp., illus.

SSR- F 147. Observations of skipjack schools in Hawaiian waters, 1953, by William F. Royce and Tamio Otsu. May 1955. iv + 31 pp., illus.

148. Critical review of biology and control of oyster drills Urosalpinx and Eupleura, by Melbourne Romaine Carriker. Apr. 1955. vi + 150 pp.

149. Oceanographic observations in west coast Florida waters, 1949-52
, by Kenneth T. Marvin. May 1955. i + 32 pp.

150. Maturity and fecundity of bigeye tuna in the Pacific
, by Heeny S. H. Yuen. June 1955. iv + 30 pp., illus.

151, A comparative study of longline baits
, by Richard S. Shomura. June 1955. iv + 34 pp., illus.

152. Mid-Pacific oceanography. Part 6, Hawaiian offshore waters, December 1949-November 1951, by James W. McGary. June 1955. iii + 138 pp., illus.

153. Report of an investigation of the spearfishes of Formosan waters, by Hiroshi Nakamura. Reports of the Taiwan Government General Fishery Experiment Station 1937, no. 10, published at Keelung, Jan. 1938. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. July 1955. iii + 46 pp., illus.

154. A summary of sightings of fish schools and bird flocks and trolling in the central Pacific, by Garth I. Murphy and Isaac I. Ikehara. June 1955. iv + 19 pp., illus.

155. Pacific sardine (pilchard) eggs and larvae and other fish larvae, Pacific Coast, 1953
, by Elbert H. Ahlstrom and David Kramer. May 1955. i + 74 pp.

156. Spring and summer distribution of haddock on Georges Bank
, by John B. Colton. June 1955. iii + 65 pp., illus.

SSR- F 157. Longline fishing for deep- swimming tunas in the central Pacific, 1953
, by Richard S. Shomura and Garth I. Murphy. Sept. 1955. vi + 70 pp., illus.

158. Exploratory experiments in guiding salmon fingerlings by a narrow D.C. electric field, by Parker S. Trefethen. June 1955. iii + 42 pp., illus.

SSR - F 159. Movements of small soft- shell clams (Mya arenaria)
, by Osgood R. Smith. June 1955. i + 9 pp., illus.

160. Tests of hatchery foods for salmon, 1953 and 1954
, by Bobby D. Combs, David D. Palmer, John H. Finucane, and Roger E. Burrows. Aug. 1955. ii + 8 pp.

161, Zooplankton volumes off the Pacific Coast, 1954
, prepared by the Staff of the South Pacific Fishery Investigations, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Sept. 1955. i + 35 pp., illus.

162. Size frequencies and growth of central and eastern Pacific bigeye tuna
, by Edwin S. Iversen. Sept. 1955. vi + 40 pp., illus.

163. Commercial fishery for chubs (ciscoes) in Lake Michigan through 1953
, by Ralph Hile and Howard J. Buettner. Oct. 1955. ii + 49 pp., illus.

164. Mid-Pacific oceanography. Part 7, Hawaiian offshore waters, September 1952 - August 1953
, by Gunter R. Seckel. Nov. 1955. vi + 250 pp., illus.

165. Food habits of Georges Bank haddock
, by Ronald L. Wigley. Jan. 1956. iii + 26 pp., illus.

166. Studies on an ichthyosporidium infection in fish: Transmission and host specificity, by Paul V. Gustafson and Robert R. Rucker. Jan. 1956. i + 8 pp., illus.

167. Passage of fission products through the skin of tuna, by Walter A. Chipman. Feb. 1956. ii + 6pp.

168. Mid-Pacific oceanography. Part 9, Operation Norpac, by J. W. McGary, E. C. Jones, and T. S. Austin. Jan. 1956. iv + 127 pp., illus. Supplement. Series

169. Translation of average year's fishing condition of tuna longline fisheries, 1952 edition (Introduction and albacore section), edited by Nankai Regional Fisheries Research Laboratory, published by Nippon KatsuoMaguro Gyogyokumial Rengokai, October 1954. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. Jan. 1956. i + 131 pp., illus.

170. Use of infrared radiation in the study of fish behavior
, by Rea E. Duncan. Mar. 1956. iii + 16 pp., illus.

171. January to April distribution of the common shrimp on the south Atlantic Continental Shelf
, by William W. Anderson. Apr. 1956. ii + 14 pp., illus.

172. Effects of sound waves on young salmon
, by Harvey L. Moore and H. William Newman. Apr. 1956. ii + 19 pp., illus.

173. Central north Pacific albacore surveys, January 1954-February 1955
, by Richard S. Shomura and Tamio Otsu. June 1956. v + 29 pp., illus.

174. Size variation of central and western Pacific yellowfin tuna, by Edwin S. Iversen. June 1956. iv + 23 pp., illus.

175. Sea lamprey control on the Great Lakes, 1953 and 1954, by Leo F. Erkkila, Bernard R. Smith, and Alberton L. McLain. May 1956. ii + 27 pp., illus.

176. English translations of fishery literature, further listings, compiled by Leslie W. Scattergood. July 1956:. i + 32 pp.

177. Zooplankton volumes off the Pacific Coast, 1955
, prepared by the Staff of the South Pacific Fishery Investigations. Aug. 1956. i + 32 pp.

178. Physical oceanographic, biological, and chemical data, south Atlantic Coast of the United States M/V Theodore.N. Gill, cruise 1
, by William W. Anderson, Jack W. Gehringer, and Edward Cohen. Aug. 1956. iv + 160 pp., illus.

179. Sonic equipment for tracking individual fish
, by Parker S. Trefethen. June 1956. ii + 11 pp., illus.

180. Mid-Pacific oceanography. Part 8, Middle latitude waters, January March 1954, by James W. McGary and E. D. Stroup. June 1956. vi + 173 pp., illus.

181. Underwater telemeter for depth and temperature
, by F. H. Stephens, Jr., and F. J. Shea. June 1956. iii + 22 pp., illus.

182. Japanese albacore and bigeye tuna size composition studies
. Translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen. June 1956. i + 48 pp., illus.

183. Observations on serology of tuna
, by John E. Cushing, Jr. Oct. 1956. iii + 14 pp.

SSR - F 184. Longline fishing for tuna in the central equatorial Pacific, 1954
, by Edwin S. Iversen and Howard O. Yoshida. Aug. 1956. iii + 33 pp., illus.

185. Blueback salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka -age and length at seaward migration past Bonneville Darn
, by Raymond E. Anas and Joseph R. Gauley. Oct. 1956. iii + 46 pp., illus.

186. Sardine eggs and larvae and other fish larvae, Pacific Coast, 1954, by Elbert H. Ahlstrom and David Kramer. Nov. 1956. ii + 79 pp., illus.

187. Commercial and sport shad fisheries of the Edisto River, South Carolina, 1955. by Charles H. Walburg. Oct. 1956. iii + 9 pp., illus.

188. Relative areal zooplankton abundance off the Pacific Coast, by James R. Thrailkill. Nov. 1956. i + 85 pp., illus.

189. Fluctuations in abundance of Columbia River chinook salmon, 1928- 54
, by Harold A. Gangmark. July 1957. iii + 21 pp., illus.

190. Saury distribution and abundance, Pacific Coast, 1950-55, by Elbert H. Ahlstrom and Harold D. Casey. Nov. 1956. i + 69 pp.

191. Shad fishery of the Ogeechee River, Georgia, in 1954, by James E. Sykes. Nov. 1956. v + 11 pp., illus.

192. Three Russian papers on northwestern Pacific plankton, translated by W. G. Van Campen. Oct. 1956. iii + 24 pp., illus.

SSR- F 193. Underwater television vehicle for use in fisheries research, by R. F. Sand and R. L. McNeely. Dec. 1956. iii + 15 pp., illus.

194. Preparation of a dry product from condens ed menhaden solubles: Statistical analysis of the data (Supplement to the Fish and Wildlife Service Research Report 45), by C. F. Lee and R.J.Monroe. Dec. 1956. iii+19pp.

195. Stream surveys of the Sheepscot and Ducktrap River systems in Maine, by Floyd G. Bryant. Dec. 1956. iii + 19 pp., illus.

196. Collections by the Oregon in the Gulf of Mexico (list of crustaceans, mollusks, and fishes identified from collections made by the exploratory fishing vessel Oregon in the Gulf of Mexico and adjacent seas, 1950 through 1955), by Stewart Springer and Harvey R. Bullis, Jr. Dec. 1956. ii + 134 pp.

SSR- F 197. Nature of green or offcolor condition in precooked yellowfin tuna, by John J. Naughton, Michael M. Frodyma, and Harry Zeitlin. Dec. 1956. iv + 7 pp., illus.

198. Physical oceanographic, biological, and chemical data, south Atlantic Coast of the United States Theodore N. Gill, cruise 2, by William W. Anderson, Jack W. Gehringer, and Edward Cohen. Dec. 1956. ii + 270 pp., illus.

199. Gulf-2, semiautomatic plankton sampler for inboard use
, by Albert Collier. Feb. 1957. iii + 11 pp., illus.

200. Canned fish and shellfish preferences of household consumers, 1956. Results of a national survey conducted under contract to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Feb. 1957. iii + 328 pp., illus.

201. Preliminary report on expedition EASTROPIC, by Joseph E. King, Thomas S. Austin, and Maxwell S. Doty. Mar. 1957. iv + 155 pp., illus.

202. Creel census on the Upper Mississippi River, by John Greenbank. Mar. 1957. iv + 59 pp., illus.

203. Longline and troll fishing for tuna in the central equatorial Pacific, January 1955 to February 1956, by Edwin S. Iversen and Howard O. Yoshida. Feb. 1957. v + 38 pp., illus.

204. Comparative study of populations of the striped bass, by Robert Minturn Lewis. June 1957. iii + 54 pp.

205. Experimental fishing to determine distribution of salmon in the north Pacific Ocean, 1955
, by Donald E. Powell and Alvin E. Peterson. July 1957. iv + 30 pp., illus.

206. Neuse River shad investigations, 1953
, by Charles H. Walburg. July 1957. iii + 13 pp., illus.

207. Toxicity of 4,346 chemicals to larval lampreys and fishes, by Vernon C. Applegate, John H. Howell, A. E. Hall, Jr., and Manning A. Smith. Mar. 1957. ii + 157 pp., illus.

208. Contributions to the study of subpopulations of fishes
, coordinated by John C. Marr. Apr. 1957. ii + 129 pp., illus.

209. Guide to literature on systematic biology of Pacific salmon, by Norman J. Wilimovsky and Warren O. Freihofer. Apr. 1957. viii + 266 pp.

210. Physical oceanographic, biological, and chemical data, south Atlantic Coast of the United States Theodore N. Gill cruise 3, by William W. Anderson and Jack W. Gehringer. June 1957. iv + 208 pp., illus.

211. The effects of unialgal and bacteria-free cultures of Gymnodinium brevis on fish and notes on related studies with bacteria, by S. M. Ray and William B. Wilson. 1957. iv + 50 pp., illus.

212. Central north Pacific albacore surveys, May to November 1955
, by Joseph J. Graham. Apr. 1957. v +38pp., illus.

213. History of the great fishery of Newfoundland, by Robert de Loture. Gallimard first edition, copyright by Librairie Gallimard, 1949. Translated from the French by Clyde C. Taylor, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Woods Hole, Mass. Apr. 1957. 147 pp., illus.

214. Surface water temperatures along Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of the United States, by Dean F. Bumpus. Apr. 1957. ii + 153 pp., illus.

215. Chaetognaths and pteropods as biological indicators in the north Pacific, by Thomas S. Hida. June 1957. iv + 13 pp., illus.

216. Morphometric study of the striped bass, Roccus saxatilis, by William A. Lund, Jr. July 1957. iii + 24 pp.

217. Summary, oceanographic and fishery data, Marquesas Islands area, August-September 1956 (EQUAPAC), by Thomas S. Austin. May 1957. iv + 186 pp., illus.

218. Fish and shellfish consumption in public eating and drinking places. Volume 1. Regional, type of establishment, city size and sales size analysis of United States total response to questionnaire. June 1957. xviii + 93 pp., illus.

219. The spawning behavior of the channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus, by Howard P. Clemens and Kermit E. Sneed. June 1957. iii+llpp.

220. Migrations of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, in Plum Island Sound, Massachusetts, by John P. Baptist, Osgood R. Smith, and John W. Ropes. Sept. 1957. iii + 15 pp., illus.

221. Zooplankton abundance in Hawaiian waters, 1953-54, by Joseph E. King and Thomas S. Hida. June 1957. iv + 23 pp., illus.

222. Survey of the ocean fisheries off Delaware Bay, by Fred C. June and John W. Reintjes. Aug. 1957. iv + 55 pp., illus.

223. The response of tuna and other fish to electrical stimuli, by Iwao Miyake and Walter R. Steiger. June 1957. iv + 23 pp., illus.

224. Sardine eggs and larvae and other fish larvae, Pacific Coast, 1955, by Elbert H. Ahlstrom and David Kramer. July 1957. ii + 90 pp., illus.

225. Studies on tilapia as skipjack bait, by Joseph E. King and Peter T. Wilson. July 1957. iv + 8 pp., illus.

226. U.S. Federal fishery research on the Great Lakes through 1956
, by Ralph Hile. Oct. 1957. iii + 46 pp. 116

227. English translations of fishery literature, additional listings, 1957, by Leslie W. Scattergood. Aug. 1957. i + 66 pp.

228. Photographic device for accurately measuring fish, by Clifford W. Long and Raymond A. Arzylowicz. Nov. 1957. iii + 17 pp., illus.

229. History of Red Lakes fishery, 1917-38, with observations on population status, by John Van Oosten and Hilary J. Deason. Aug. 1957. iii + 63pp., illus.

230. Oceanographic and meteorological observations in the northeast and central North Pacific, July-December 1956, by Richard J. Callaway. Aug. 1957. iv + 49 pp., illus.

231. Studies on the marking of commercial shrimp with biological stains, by C. E. Dawson. Sept. 1957. iii + 24 pp., illus.

232. Zooplankton volumes off the Pacific Coast, 1956, by James R. Thrailkill. Oct. 1957. ii + 50 pp., illus.

233. Oceanographic observations, 1956, east coast of the United States, by D.F. Bumpus. Nov. 1957. iv +132pp., illus.

234. Physical oceanographic, biological, and chemical data, south Atlantic Coast of the United States, M/V Theodore N. Gill cruise 4, by William W. Anderson and Jack W. Gehringer. Dec. 1957. iv + 192 pp., illus.

235. Survey of shrimp fisheries of Central and South America, by Milton J. Lindner. Nov. 1957. v + 166 pp., illus.

SSR- F 236. Downstream movement of salmonids at Bonneville Darn, by Joseph E. Gauley, Raymond E. Anas, and Lewis C. Schlotterbeck. Jan. 1958. v + 11 pp.

237. Food of salmonid fishes of the western north Pacific Ocean, by George H. Allen and William Aron. Jan. 1958. iv+llpp.

238. Marquesas area oceanographic and fishery data, January-March 1957, by Robert C. Wilson and Murice O. Rinkel. Sept. 1957. iv + 136 pp., illus.

239. Water quality studies in the Columbia River Basin, by Robert O. Sylvester. May 1958. iii + 134 pp., illus.

240. Selected references on the channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus, prepared by Carl D. Riggs. Feb. 1958. i + 10 pp.

241. Hull insurance and protection and indemnity insurance of commercial fishing vessels, by Warner C. Danforth and Chris A. Theodore. Dec. 1957. x + 337 pp., illus.

242. Drift bottle records for Gulf of Maine and Georges Bank, 1931-56, by Dean F. Bumpus and C. Godfrey Day. Nov. 1957. ii + 61 pp., illus •

243. Wind atlas of the north Pacific, by James W. McGary and Thomas M. Naito. Sept. 1957. iii + 35 pp., illus •

244. Use of diagnostic X-ray for determining vertebral numbers of fish, by Doyle F. Sutherland. Mar. 1958. iv + 9 pp., illus.

245. Cod and hydrography - a review
, by John P. Wise. May 1958. iii + 16 pp.

246. Diversion of adult salmon by an electrical field, by Roger E. Burrows. Dec. 1957. iii + 11 pp., illus.

247. Further studies on green or offcolor condition in precooked yellowfin tuna, by John J. Naughton, Michael M. Frodyma, and Harry Zeitlin. Nov. 1957. v + 13 pp., illus.

248. Physical oceanographic, biological, and chemical data, south Atlantic Coast of the United States, M/V Theodore N. Gill cruise 5, by William W. Anderson and Jack W. Gehringer. Jan. 1958. iv + 220 pp., illus.

249. Gulf of Mexico physical and chemical data from Alaska cruises, compiled by Albert Collier, with a note on some aspects of the physical oceanography of the Gulf of Mexico, by Kenneth H. Drummond and George B. Austin, Jr. Oct. 1958. vi + 417 pp., illus.

250. Catch rate, size, sex, and food of tunas and other pelagic fishes taken by trolling off Oahu, Hawaii, 1951- 55, by Albert L. Tester and Eugene L. Nakamura. Dec. 1957. iv + 25 pp., illus.

251. Sardine eggs and larvae and other fish larvae, Pacific Coast, 1956, by Elbert H. Ahlstrom. Jan. 1958. v + 84 pp., illus.

252. Oceanographic observations in the central North Pacific, September 1954-August 1955, by James W. McGary and Edward D. Stroup. Jan. 1958. viii + 250 pp., illus.

253. Sodium cyanide as a fish poison, by W. R. Bridges. Feb. 1958. iv + 11 pp.

254. Foreign shrimp fisheries other than Central and South America, compiled in Branch of Economics, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries. Mar. 1958. iii + 71 pp., illus.

255. Rapid counting of Nematoda in salmon by peptic digestion, by Joseph A. Stern, Diptiman Chakravarti, Joseph R.Uzmann, and Mary N. Hesselholt. May 1958. iii + 5 pp.

256. Length-weight relation in the common or white shrimp, Penaeus setiferus, by William W. Anderson and Milton J. Linder. May 1958. i + 13 pp., illus.

257. Serological differentiation of populations of sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, by G. J. Ridgway, J. E. Cushing, and G. L. Durall. Aug. 1958. iii + 9 pp., illus.

258. Progress report on Alaska fisheries management and research, 1957, prepared by the Staff of the Alaska Region, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries. June 1958. iv + 22 pp., illus.

259. Age, length, and body weight of salmon caught by Japanese high-seas fleets in north Pacific. A preliminary report, by George Tanonaka. Feb. 1957. iii + 10 pp., illus.

260. Nutritive value of pollock fish scales as determined by rat feeding tests, by Donald G. Snyder and Hugo W. Nilson. 1959. iv + 11 pp., illus.

261. Plastic standpipe for sampling streambed environment of salmon spawn, by Harold A. Gangmark and Richard G. Bakkala. Nov. 1958. v + 20 pp., illus.

262. Corrosion resistance of fish tagging pins, by Albert C. Jensen. Dec. 1958. v + 6 pp., illus.

263. Jack mackerel eggs, Pacific Coast, 1951-54, by David A. Farris. July 1958. iii + 44 pp., illus.

264. English translations of fishery literature, additional listings, 1958, by Leslie W. Scattergood. July 1958. ii + 33 pp.

265. Physical oceanographic, biological, and chemical data, south Atlantic Coast of the United States, M/V Theodore N. Gill cruise 6, by William W. Anderson and Jack W. Gehringer. July 1958. iv + 99 pp., illus.

266. Species composition of industrial trawl landings in New England, 1957, by Robert L. Edwards. July 1958. v + 23 pp.

267. Surface-current studies of Saginaw Bay and Lake Huron, 1956, by James H. Johnson. Dec. 1958. v +84 pp., illus.

268. Water quality studies in the Wenatchee River Basin, by Robert Wendell Seabloom. Oct. 1958. vi + 35 pp., illus.

269. Gulf of Mexico plankton investigations, 1951- 53, by Edgar L. Arnold, Jr. Nov. 1958. vi + 53 pp., illus.

270. Large-scale experimental test of copper sulfate as a control for the Florida red tide, by George A. Rounsefell and John E. Evans. Dec. 1958. vi + 57 pp., illus.

271. A laboratory for fish behavior studies, by H. William Newman. Jan. 1959. v + 8 pp., illus.

272. Doctoral dissertations on the management and ecology of fisheries, additional listings, 1952- 55, compiled by Harvey L. Moore. Jan. 1959. iv + 31 pp.

273. Background information for voluntary grade standards on natural sponges, by Robert B. Bennett. May 1958. 60 pp., illus.

274. Observations of molting female king crabs (Paralithodes camtschatica), by Henry M. Sakuda. Dec. 1958. iv + 5 pp., illus.

275. Spawning escapement of Okanogan River blueback salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka), 1957, by Donovan R. Craddock. Dec. 1958. iv + 8 pp., illus.

276. A list of references on the biology of shrimp (family Penaeidae), by Edward Chin and Donald M. Allen. Jan. 1959. iv + 143 pp.

277. Survey of the United States shrimp industry, Volume 1, prepared in Branch of Economics, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries. Nov. 1958. x + 311 pp., illus.

278. Physical oceanographic, biological, and chemical data, south Atlantic Coast of the United States, M/V Theodore N. Gill cruise 7, by William W. Anderson and Jack W. Gehringer. Jan. 1959. iv + 277 pp., illus.

279. Physical, chemical, and biological oceanographic observations obtained on expedition SCOPE in the eastern tropical Pacific, November December 1956, by Robert W. Holmes and other members of the Scripps Cooperative Oceanic Productivity Expedition. Part 1, Methods and station data. Part 2, Scientific reports. Nov. 1958. vi + 117 pp., illus.

280. Applications of salt in electrofishing
, by Robert E. Lennon and Phillip S. Parker. Nov. 1958. v + 11 pp., illus.

281. Water-soluble vitamin requirements of silver salmon, by John A. Coates and John E. Halver. Nov. 1958. iv + 9 pp., illus.

282. Oceanographic observations, 1957, east coast of the United States, by C. Godfrey Day. Jan. 1959. viii + 123 pp., illus.

283. Marquesas area fishery and environmental data, October 1957 June 1958, by Robert C. Wilson, Eugene L. Nakamura, and H. O. Yoshida. Nov. 1958. v + 105 pp., illus.

284. Publications of the United States Bureau of Fisheries, 1871-1940, compiled by Barbara B. Aller. Dec. 1958. iii + 202 pp.

285. Estimating maximum fishing depth of longline gear with chemical sounding tubes, by Joseph J. Graham and Dorothy D. Stewart. Dec. 1958. iii + 16 pp., illus.

286. Methods of infecting trout with kidney disease and some effects of temperature on experimental infections, by Ken Wolf and C. E. Dunbar. Jan. 1959. iv + 8 pp., illus.

287. The electrical resistivity meter in fishery investigations, by Robert E. Lennon. Jan. 1959. iv + 13 pp.

288. Intermediary metabolism of fishes and other aquatic animals, by M. Gumbmann, W. Duane Brown, and A. L. Tappel. Dec. 1958. iv + 51 pp., illus.

289. Counts of red tide organisms, Gymnodinium breve, and associated oceanographic data from Florida west coast, 1954-57, by John H. Finucane and Alexander Dragovich. Mar. 1959. iv + 220 pp., illus.

290. Water quality study of Wenatchee and middle Columbia Rivers before darn construction, by Robert O. Sylvester. Mar. 1959. viii + 116 pp., illus.

291. Stomach contents of the Bering Sea king crab, by Patsy A. McLaughlin and James F. Hebard. Apr. 1959. ii + 5 pp., illus.

292. North Pacific and Bering Sea oceanography, 1957, by Felix Favorite and Glenn M. Pedersen. May 1959. iv + 106 pp., illus.

293. Currents in southeastern Bering Sea and possible effects upon king crab larvae, by James F. Hebard. Apr. 1959. vi + 11 pp., illus.

294. Progress report on Alaska fishery management and research, 1958, prepared by the Staff of the Alaska Region, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries. June 1959. iv + 28 pp., illus.

295. Fish and shellfish consumption in public eating and drinking places. Volume 2. Summary and detailed tables for regions: by type of establishment, by city size, by sales size; type of establishments: by city size, by sales size; city size by sales size. Mar. 1959. v + 208 pp.

296. Etiology of sockeye salmon "virus" disease, by Raymond W. Guenther, S. W. Watson, and R. R. Rucker, with addendum by A. J. Ross and R. R. Rucker. Feb. 1959. iv + 10 pp., illus.

297. Lake Superior limnological data, 1951-1957, compiled and analyzed by Alfred M. Beeton, James H. Johnson, and Stanford H. Smith. Apr. 1959. vi + 177 pp., illus.

298. Leading adult squawfish (Ptychocheilus oregonesis) within an electric field, by Galen H. Maxfield, Kenneth L. Liscom, and Robert H. Lander. Apr. 1959. iv + 15 pp., illus.

299. Fishway capacity experiment, 1956, by Carl H. Elling and Howard L. Raymond. May 1959. iii + 26 pp., illus.

300. Passage of sa1monoids through a darkened fishway, by Clifford W. Long. May 1959. iv + 9 pp., illus.

SSR- F 301. The problem of fishway capacity, by Robert H. Lander. May 1959. iii + 5 pp., illus.

302. Experimental fishing to determine distribution of salmon in the north Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea, 1956, by Mitchell G. Hanavan and George K. Tanonaka. May 1959. iv + 22 pp., illus.

303. Physical oceanographic, biological, and chemical data, south Atlantic Coast of the United States, M/V Theodore N. Gill cruise 8, by William W. Anderson and Jack W. Gehringer. July 1959. iv + 227 pp., illus.

304. Biology of chinook and blueback salmon and stee1head in the Wenatchee River system, by Robert R. French and Roy J. Wahle. June 1959. iv+17pp., illus.

305. Stream catalog of eastern section of Ketchikan Management District of southeastern Alaska, edited by John Wilson Martin. Apr. 1959. iv + 379 pp., illus.

306. The reclamation of Indian and Abrams Creeks, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, by Robert E. Lennon and Phillip S. Parker. May 1959. iv +22 pp., illus.

307. Fishery management studies on the Madison River system in Yellowstone National Park, by Norman G. Benson, Oliver B. Cope, and Ross V. Bulkley. May 1959. iv + 29 pp., illus.

308. Survey of the United States shrimp industry. Volume 2. Prepared in Branch of Economics, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries. June 1959. ix + 167 pp., illus.

309. Ecology of the Sheepscot River estuary, byAlden P. Stickney. May 1959. iv + 21 pp., illus.

310. Northeastern Pacific albacore survey. Part 1, Biological observations
, by Joseph J. Graham. July 1959. iii + 33 pp., illus.

311. Bristol Bay oceanography, August-September 1938, by Felix Favorite and Glenn Pedersen. Aug. 1959. iv + 31 pp., illus.

312. North Pacific and Bering Sea oceanography, 1958, by Felix Favorite and Glenn Pedersen. Nov. 1959. iv + 230 pp., illus.

313. Physical oceanographic, biological, and chemical data, south Atlantic Coast of the United States, M/V Theodore N. Gill cruise 9, by William W. Anderson and Jack W. Gehringer. Sept. 1959. iv + 226 pp., illus.

314. Sources of hydrographic and meteorological data on the Great Lakes, by Charles F. Powers, David L. Jones, and John C. Ayers. July 1959. iii + 183 pp., illus.

315. Northeastern Pacific albacore survey. Part 2 - Oceanographic and meteorological observations, by Richard J. Callaway and James W. McGary. July 1959. iv + 133 pp., illus.

316. Lethal doses of several commercial chemicals for fingerling channel catfish, by Howard P. Clemens a.nd Kermit E. Sneed. Sept. 1959. iii + 10 pp.

317. Age and size composition of the menhaden catch along the Atlantic Coast of the United States, 1952- 55, with a brief review of the commercial fishery
, by Fred C. June and John W. Reintjes. Aug. 1959. vi + 65 pp., illus.

318. Oceanographic observations, 1958, east coast of the United States, by C. Godfrey Day. Nov. 1959. vi + 119 pp., illus.

319. Effect of field polarity in guiding salmon fingerlings by electricity, by H. William Newman. Sept. 1959. iv + 15 pp., illus.

320. Development and operation of television for studying fish behavior in otter trawls, by John R. Clark, Robert Livingstone, Jr., and James M. Crossen. Dec. 1959. iv +21 pp., illus.

321. Herring spawning surveys in Southeastern Alaska, by Bernard Einar Skud. Dec. 1959. iii + 16 pp., illus.

322. Temperatures of Lake Michigan, 1930-32, by John Van Oosten. Mar. 1960. iii + 34 pp., illus.

323. Indices of mean monthly geostrophic wind over the north Pacific Ocean, by Laurence E. Eber and Oscar E. Sette. Sept. 1959. iv + 108 pp., illus.

SSR- F 324. Blood types in Pacific salmon, by George J. Ridgway and George W. Klontz. Jan. 1960. iii + 9 pp.

325. Observations on habits and a method of trapping channeled whelks near Chatham, Massachusetts, by William N. Shaw. May 1960. iv+6pp., illus.

326. Zooplankton volumes off the Pacific Coast, 1957, by James R. Thrailkill. Nov. 1959. ii + 57 pp., illus.

327. The herring of the north European basin and adjacent seas. Translations from the Russian, edited by Leslie W. Scattergood. Nov. 1959. iii + 284 pp., illus.

328. Sardine eggs and larvae and other fish larvae, Pacific Coast, 1957, by Elbert H. Ahlstrom. Dec. 1959. vi + 99 pp., illus.

329. Use of fish pituitaries to induce spawning in channel catfish, by Kermit E. Sneed and Howard P. Clemens. Apr. 1960. iii + 12 pp., illus.

330. A photoelectric current meter, by H. C. Boyar and F. E. Schueler. Mar. 1960. iii + 7 pp., illus.

331. The eastern Hokkaido landbased salmon fishery of Japan, by Lorry M. Nakatsu. Mar. 1960. iv + 9 pp., illus.

332. Mycobacterial infections in adult salmon and steelhead trout returning to the Columbia River Basin and other areas in 1957, by A. John Ross, Brian J. Earp, and James W. Wood. Dec. 1959. ii + 34 pp., illus.

333. The occurrence and significance of trimethylamine oxide in marine animals, by Herman C. Groninger. Dec. 1959. ii + 22 pp.

334. Limnological survey of eastern and central Lake Erie, 1928-29, by Charles J. Fish and associates. June 1960. iv + 198 pp., illus.

335. Fish marketing and consumption in the Pacific Coast States, by S. Kent Christensen and Russell M. Boshell. Dec. 1959. v + 183 pp., illus.

336. Age and size composition of the menhaden catch along the Atlantic Coast of the United States, 1956, with a brief review of the commercial fishery, by Fred C. June and John W. Reintjes. Apr. 1960. iv + 38 pp., illus.

337. The application of paper chromatography in identifying tuna larvae, by Walter M. Matsumoto. Jan. 1960. iii + 9 pp., illus.

338. Surface currents in Lake Michigan, 1954 and 1955, by James H. Johnson. Mar. 1960. viii + 120 pp., illus.

339. Fishes taken in the menhaden fishery of Alabama, Mississippi, and eastern Louisiana, by J. Y. Christmas, Gordon Gunter, and Edward C. Whatley. Apr. 1960. iii + 10 pp., illus.

340. Further experiments in fishway capacity, 1957, by Carl H. Elling. May 1960. iii + 16 pp., illus.

341. Microhematocrit as a tool in fishery research and management
, by S. F. Snieszko, assisted by Jimmy E. Camper, Fred J. Howard, and Lyle L. Pettijohn. June 1960. ii + 15 pp., illus.

342. A census of the California gray whale
, by Raymond M. Gilmore. Edited by Dale W. Rice. May 1960. iv + 30 pp., illus.

343. Manufacturing-plant food services as markets for fish and shellfish, prepared in Branch of Economics. May 1960. iv + 31 pp., illus.

344. Observations on fishes and other biota of East Lagoon, Galveston Island
, by Edgar L. Arnold, Jr., RayS. Wheeler, and Kenneth N. Baxter. July 1960. iv +30 pp., illus.

345. Physical, chemical, and biological observations in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean Scot expedition, April-June 1958
, by Robert W. Holmes and Maurice Blackburn. 1960. iii + 106 pp., illus.

346. Species composition of industrial trawl-fish landings in New England, 1958, by Robert L. Edwards and Lewis Lawday. June 1960. iii + 20 pp., illus.

347. Survey of the ocean fisheries off Delaware Bay. Supplement Report, 1954-57, by John W. Reintjes and Charles M. Roithmayr. July 1960. iv + 18 pp., illus.

348. Marquesas area fishery and environmental data, January-March 1959
, by Howard O. Yoshida. June 1960. v + 37 pp., illus. 121

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349. Chemical analyses of marine and estuarine waters used by the Galveston Biological Laboratory, by Kenneth T. Marvin, Zoula P. Zein-Eldin, Billie Z. May, and Larence M. Lansford. June 1960. iii + 14 pp.

350. Effect of fishway slope on rate of passage of salmonids
, by Joseph R. Gauley. June 1960. iii + 23 pp., illus.

351. Creel census Connecticut River shad sport fishery, 1957-58, and estimate of catch, 1941-56
, by Paul R. Nichols and Marlin E. Tagatz. July 1960. iii + 12 pp., illus.

352. Parasites in summer-caught Pacific rockfishes
, by John Liston, John Peters, and Joseph A. Stern. July 1960. iii + 10 pp., illus.

353. Use of dynamite to recover tagged salmon, by Richard W. Tyler. July 1960. iii + 9 pp., illus.

354. The abundance and distribution of hard clams in Nantucket Sound, Massachusetts, 1958, by John W. Ropes and Charles E. Martin. July 1960. iii + 12 pp., illus.

355. Capturing tagged red salmon with pulsed direct current, by Richard B. Thompson. Aug. 1960. iii + 10 pp., illus.

356. Size distribution of pink shrimp Penaeus duorarum, and fleet concentrations on the Tortugas fishing grounds, by Edwin S. Iversen, Andrew E. Jones, and C. P. Idyll. Aug. 1960. iv + 62 pp., illus.

357. Holding ponds for adult salmon
, by Roger E. Burrows. July 1960. ii + 13 pp., illus .

358. Biological and oceanographic observations in the central north Pacific July-September 1958, by James W. McGary and Joseph J. Graham. Dec. 1960. v + 107 pp., illus.

359. Oceanographic observations, 1959, east coast of the United States, by C. Godfrey Day. 1960. iv + 114 pp., illus.

360. Passamaquoddy fisheries investigations, 1957-1958. Report to the International Joint Commission by International Passamaquoddy Fisheries Board. Aug. 1960. vii + 40 pp., illus.

361. Reference sources for marine mammalogy
, by Gerald J. Oppenheimer. Aug. 1960. ii + 9 pp.

362. Main-stem and tributary sampling of red salmon scales for population studies, by Ted S. Y. Koo and Howard D. Smith. Aug. 1960. iii + 10 pp., illus.

363. A review of literature on menhaden with special reference to the Gulf of Mexico menhaden, Brevoortia patronus Goode, by Gordon Gunter and J. Y. Christmas. Oct. 1960. iv + 31 pp.

364. Salmon runs - upper Columbia River, 1956-57
, by R. R. French and R. J. Wahle. Oct. 1960. iv + 15 pp•.. illus.

365. Study of food preference and rate of feeding of Japanese oyster drill, Ocinebra japonica (Dunker), by Kenneth K. Chew. Nov. 1960. iii + 27 pp., illus.

366. Physical and chemical data for bottom sediments south Atlantic Coast of the United States, M/V Theodore N. Gill cruises 1-9
, by Joseph E. Moore and Donn S. Gorsline. Oct. 1960. iv + 84 pp., illus.

367. Scallop resource of the United States Passamaquoddy area, by Robert L. Dow and Frederick T. Baird, Jr. Dec. 1960. iv + 9 pp., illus.

368. A morphometric study of silver hake, by John T. Conover, Raymond L. Fritz, and Manuel Vieira. Jan. 1961. iii + 13 pp., illus.

369. Counts of red tide organisms, Gymnodinium breve, and associated oceanographic data from Florida west coast, 1957-59, by Alexander Dragovich, John H. Finucane, and Billie Z. May. Jan. 1961. iii + 175 pp., illus.

370. Status of fresh-water mussel stocks in the Tennessee River
, by George D. Scruggs, Jr. Dec. 1960. iv + 41 pp., illus.

371. Experimental harvest of the Steller sea lion in Alaskan waters, by Fredrik V. Thorsteinson, Richard W. Nelson, and Dexter F. Lall. Jan. 1961. iii + 15 pp., illus.

372. Relative abundance of plankton off Naples, Florida, and associated hydrographic data, 1956-57, by Alexander Dragovich. Jan. 1961. iii + 41 pp., illus.

373. Age and size composition of the menhaden catch along the Atlantic Coast of the United States, 1957, with a brief review of the commercial fishery, by Fred C. June. Jan. 1961. iv + 39 pp., illus.

374. Zooplankton volumes off the Pacific Coast, 1958, by James R. Thrailkill. Jan. 1961. ii + 70 pp., illus.

375. New England haddock fishery biostatistics--1956, by John R. Clark and Frank A. Dreyer. Apr. 1961. vi + 89 pp., illus.

376. Methods for lipid analysis, an annotated bibliography, by Alvin L. Jensen. June 1961. ii + 76 pp

377. North Pacific and Bering Sea oceanography, 1959, by Felix Favorite, Richard J. Callaway, and James F. Hebard. May 1961. iv + 212 pp.

378. Drift bottle records for the Gulf of Maine, Georges Bank and Bay of Fundy, 1956-58
, by Dean F. Bumpus. May 1961. ii + 127 pp., illus.

379. Stomach content analysis of troll-caught king and coho salmon, southeastern Alaska, 1957-58, by Gerald M. Reid. July 1961. iii + 8 pp., illus.

380. Water temperatures off the south Atlantic Coast of the United States, Theodore N. Gill cruises 1-9, 1953-54, by William W. Anderson, Joseph E. Moore, and Herbert R. Gordy. May 1961. vi + 206 pp., illus.

381. Oceanographic observations in Bristol Bay and the Bering Sea, 1939-41 (USCGT Redwing), by Felix Favorite, John W. Schantz, and Charles R. Hebard. July 1961. iii + 323 pp., illus.

382. A modified Beckman model DU Spectrophometer for seagoing use
, by Robert W. Holmes and Robert J. Linn. July 1961. 4 pp., illus.

383. Second survey of the occurrence of parasites and blemishes in Pacific ocean perch, Sebastodes alutus, May-June 1959, by John Liston and Charles R. Hitz. July 1961. iv + 6 pp., illus.

384. Graphic presentation of Pacific sardine age composition data, by Robert S. Wolf. July 1961. i + 34 pp., illus.

385. Sea surface temperature monthly average and anomaly charts, northeastern Pacific Ocean, 1947-58, by James H. Johnson. Aug. 1961. iii + 56 pp., illus.

386. Oceanographic observations made during a cooperative survey of albacore (Thunnus germo) off the North American west coast in 1959
, by Joseph J. Graham and William L. Craig. Aug. 1961. iv + 31 pp., illus.

387. Downstream movement of lampreys and fishes in the Carp Lake River, Michigan
, by Vernon C. Applegate. Aug. 1961. iv + 71 pp.

388. Tolerance of striped bass and American shad to changes of temperature and salinity, by Marlin E. Tagatz. Aug. 1961. iii + 8 pp.

389. Oceanic salinities off the south Atlantic Coast of the United States, Theodore N. Gill cruises 1-9, 1953-54, by William-W. Ande'rson, Joseph E. Moore, and Herbert R. Gordy. Aug. 1961. vi + 207 pp., illus.

390. Seasonal occurrence of marine fishes in four shore habitats near Beaufort, N.C., 1957-60, by Marlin E. Tagatz and Donnie L. Dudley. Aug. 1961. iii + 19 pp., illus.

391. Effects of DDT spray on fish and aquatic insects in Gallatin River drainage in Montana, by W. R. Bridges and Austin K. Andrews. Aug. 1961. ii + 4 pp., illus.

392. Effects of DDT spray on stream bottom organisms in two mountain streams in Georgia
, by Paul J. Frey. Aug. 1961. 11 pp., illus.

393. Menhaden eggs and larvae from M/V Theodore N. Gill cruises, south Atlantic Coast of the United States, 1953-54, by John W. Reintjes. Sept. 1961. iv + 7 pp., illus.

394. Annual fish passage report Rock Island Dam, Columbia River, Washington, 1959, by Paul D. Zimmer, Clifton C. Davidson, and Floyd S. Anders. Aug. 1961. iii + 14 pp., illus.

395. The trout fishery in Shenandoah National Park, by Robert E. Lennon. Nov. 1961. ii + 16 pp.

396. Oceanographic and biological data, Hawaiian waters, January-October 1959, by Kenneth Sherman and Robert P. Brown. Dec. 1961. iv+71pp. illus.

397. Winter water temperatures and an annotated list of fishes--Nantucket Shoals to Cape Hatteras, Albatross III cruise no. 126, by Robert L. Edwards, Robert Livingstone, Jr., and Paul E. Hamer. Sept. 1962. iii + 31 pp., illus.

398. Distribution offish eggs and larvae, temperature, and salinity in the Georges Bank-Gulf of Maine area, 1953, by Robert R. Marak and John B. Colton, Jr. Nov. 1961. iv + 61 pp., illus.

399. Some effects of DDT on the guppy and the brown trout, by Susan Frances King. Mar. 1962. iv + 22 pp.

400. Tuna oceanography in the eastern tropical Pacific, by Maurice Blackburn and associates in the Tuna Oceanography Research Program, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, La Jolla, California. Feb. 1962. iv + 48 pp., illus.

401. Survey of the benthic invertebrate fauna of the eastern Bering Sea, by Patsy, A. McLaughlin. 1963. iii +

75 pp., illus.

402. Variations in the dissolved oxygen content of intragravel water in four spawning streams of southeastern Alaska, by William J. McNeil. Feb. 1962. ,iii + 15 pp., illus.

403. Attempts to guide small fish with underwater sound, by Clifford J. Burner and Harvey L. Moore. Feb. 1962. iii + 30 pp., illus.

404. An oceanographic study of the Gulf of Tehuantepec, by Maurice BlackQurn. Feb. 1962. iv + 28 pp., illus.

405. Interchange of stream and intragravel water in a salmon spawning riffle
, by Walter G. Vaux. Mar. 1962. iii + 11 pp., illus.

406. Oceanographic observations, 1960, east coast of the United States
, by C. Godfrey Day. 1963. iii + 59 pp., illus. 123

407. Waterflow through a salmon spawning riffle in southeastern Alaska, by William L. Sheridan. Mar. 1962. iv + 20 pp., illus.

408. Variability in pink salmon escapements estimated from surveys on foot
, by William L.Sheridan. Mar. 1962. iv + 7 pp.

409. Conversion of "whole" and "headless" weights in commercial Gulf of Mexico shrimps, by Joseph H. Kutkuhn. Mar. 1962. iii + 7 pp.

410. Spring and summer temperatures of streams tributary to the south shore of Lake Superior, 1950-60, by Bernard R. Smith. Mar. 1962. vi + 57 pp., illus.

411. Distribution of fish eggs and larvae, temperature, and salinity in the Georges Bank-Gulf of Maine area, 1955, by Robert R. Marak, John B. Colton, Jr., and Donald B. Foster. Mar. 1962. iv + 66 pp., illus.

412. Distribution of fish eggs and larvae, temperature, and salinity in the Georges Bank-Gulf of Maine area, 1956 by Robert R. Marak, John B. Colton, Jr., Donald B. Foster, and David Miller. Mar. 1962. iv + 95 pp., illus.

413. Surface currents of Lake Michigan, 1931 and 1932, by John Van Oosten. 1963. iii+ 51 pp., illus.

414. Zooplankton volumes off the Pacific Coast, 1959, by James R. Thrailkill Apr. 1963. ii + 77 pp., illus.

415. Pacific Tuna Biology Conference, August 14-19, 1961, Honolulu, Hawaii, edited by John C. Marr. May 1962. v +45 pp.

416. Marking sockeye salmon scales by short periods of starvation, by Richard L. Major and Donovan R. Craddock. Apr. 1962. iii + 12 pp.

417. Distribution and seasonal movements of Saginaw Bay fishes, by Ira A. Carr. Apr. 1962. iv + 13 pp., illus.

418. Use of mobile bioassay equipment in the chemical control of sea lamprey
, by John H. Howell and William M. Marquette. Apr. 162, iv + 9 pp., illus.

419. Annual fish passage report Rock Island Dam, Columbia River, Washington, 1960, by Paul D. Zimmer and Clifton C. Davidson. Apr. 1962. iv + 21 pp., illus.

420. Physical, chemical, and biological observations in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean: three cruises to the Gulf of Tehuantepec, 1958-59, by Maurice Blackburn, Raymond C. Griffiths, Robert W. Holmes, and William H. Thomas. July 1962. iii + 170 pp., illus.

421. Annual fish passage report Rock Island Dam, Columbia River, Washington, 1961
, by Paul D. Zimmer and John H. Broughton. Apr. 1962 iii + 24 pp., illus.

422. Records and observations from plankton grid studies off Baja California, April 1952, by David Kramer. Sept. 1963. iii + 42 pp., illus.

423. The composition, abundance, and depth distribution of the 1957 summer net zooplankton of Bare Lake, Alaska, after fertilization, by Robert F. Raleigh. 1963. iii + 14 pp., illus.

424. Photographic census of the Steller sea lion herds in Alaska, 1956- 58
, by Ole A. Mathisen and Ron J. Lopp. 1963. iii + 20 pp., illus.

425. Chum salmon resources of Alaska from Bristol Bay to Point Hope, by Chester R. Mattson. May 1962. iii + 22 pp., illus.

426. An electrical oxygen-temperature meter for fishery biologists, by Kermit E. Sneed and Harry K. Dupree. June 1962. ii + 13 pp., illus.

427. Whirling disease of trouts caused by Myxosoma cerebralis in the United States, by Glenn L. Hoffman, Clarence E. Dunbar, and Arthur Bradford. June 1962. iii + 15 pp., illus.

428. An evaluation of fyke trapping as a means of indexing salmon escapements in turbid streams, by Howard D. Tait, Jerry L. Hout, and Fredrik V. Thorsteinson. June 1962. iii + 18 pp., illus.

429. Estimating abundance of pink and chum salmon fry in Prince William Sound, 1957, by Howard D. Tait and James B. Kirkwood. June 1962. iii + 21 pp., illus. 124

430. The length, age, and sex ratio of chum salmon in the Alaska Peninsula, Kodiak Island, and Prince William Sound areas of Alaska, by Fredrik V. Thorsteins on, Wallace H. Noerenberg, and Howard D. Smith. 1963. i v + 84 pp., illus.

431. A list of the marine mammals of the world, by Victor B. Scheffer and Dale W. Rice. 1963. i + 12 pp.

432. Protein and calorie levels of meat- meal, vitamin- supplemented salmon diets, by Bobby D. Combs, Wilton W. Heinemann, Roger E. Burrows, Allan E. Thomas, and Laurie G. Fowler. July 1962. iii + 7 pp.

SSR- F 433. The preparation of marine phytoplankton for microscopic examination and enumeration on molecular filters, by Robert W. Holmes. June 1962. iii + 6 pp.

434. Distribution of fishing by purse seine vessels for Atlantic menhaden, 1955-59, by Charles M. Roithmayr. 1963. iii + 22 pp., illus.

435. Variation in vertebral numbers of juvenile Atlantic menhaden, by Doyle F. Sutherland. 1963. iii'+ 21 pp., illus.

436. Oceanographic and biological data, Hawaiian waters, January-July 1961, by Kenneth Sherman and Robert P. Brown. July 1962. iv+ 41 pp., illus.

SSR- F 437. Fall chinook salmon returns to hatcheries in the Bonneville Dam pool area, 1945- 60, by Eugene M. Maltzeff and Paul D. Zimmer. 1963. iii + 13 pp., illus.

438. Length and age frequency samples collected from Georges Bank haddock landings, 1931-55, by James A. McCann and Frank A. Dreyer. 1963 . iii + 127 pp., illus.

439. Length and age frequency samples collected from Georges Bank and Gulf of Maine haddock landings, 1956-60, by James A. McCann and Frank A. Dreyer. 1963. iii + 113 pp., illus.

440. The king salmon of Cook Inlet, Alaska, by Robert M. Yancey and Fredrik V. Thorsteinson. 1963. iv + 18 pp., illus. 125

441. The bathykymograph, a depthtime recorder, by Frank J. Hester, Donald C. Aasted, and Robert W. Gilkey. 1963. iii + 5 pp., illus.

SSR- F 442. Sea surface temperature monthly average and anomaly charts, eastern tropical Pacific Ocean, 1947-58, by James A. Renner. 1963. iii + 57 pp., illus.

443. Progress report - spring chinook salmon transplantation study, 1955-61, by Paul D. Zimmer, Roy J. Wahle, and Eugene M. Maltzeff. Nov. 1963. iii + 24 pp., illus.

444. Northeast Pacific albacore oceanography survey, 1961, by R. W. Owen, Jr. Nov. 1963. iv + 35 pp., illus.

445. Factors influencing the return of fall chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) to Spring Creek Hatchery, by Charles O. Junge, Jr., and Lloyd A. Phinney. June 1963. iv + 32 pp., illus.

446. Age and size composition of the menhaden catch along the Atlantic Coast of the United States, 1958, with a brief review of the commercial fishery, by Fred C. June and William R. Nicholson. May 1964. iv + 40 pp., illus.

447. The spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) in the northeastern Pacific, by Dayton L. Alverson and Maurice E. Stansby. July 1963. iv + 25 pp., illus.

448. Crab larvae (Callinectes), in plankton collections from cruises of M/V Theodore N. Gill, south Atlantic Coast of the United States, 1953-54, by Paul R. Nichols and Peggy M. Keney. Oct. 1963. iii + 14 pp., illus.

449. Distribution and relative abundance of commercially important pandalid shrimps in the northeastern Pacific Ocean, by Lael L. Ronholt. Dec. 1963. ii +28 pp., illus.

450. Molt in the northern fur seal, by Victor B. Scheffer and Ancel M. Johnson. Oct. 1963. iii + 34 pp., illus.

SSR- F 451. A method for tagging immature herring, by John E. Watson. Aug. 1963. iii + 7 pp., illus.

452. A towed pump and shipboard filtering system for sampling small zooplankters, by Charles P. O'Connell and Roderick J. H. Leong. May 1963. iii + 19 pp., illus.

SSR- F 453. Stream catalog of southeastern Alaska Regulatory District no. 2, edited by Russell F. Orrell and Edward Klinkhart. Apr. 1963. iii + 209 pp., illus.

454. Fur seal investigations, Pribilof Islands, Alaska, 1962, by Alton Y. Roppel, Ancel M. Johnson, Richard D. Bauer, Douglas G. Chapman, and Ford Wilke. Dec. 1963. vi + 101 pp., illus.

455. Counts of red-tide organisms, Gymnodinium breve, and associated oceanographic data from Florida west coast, 1960- 61, by Alexander Dragovich, John H. Finucane, John A. Kelly, Jr., and Billie Z. May. Oct. 1963. iii + 40 pp., illus.

456. Ecological studies of sockeye salmon and related limnological and climatological investigations, Brooks Lake, Alaska, 1957, by Theodore R. Merrell, Jr. July 1964. iv + 66 pp., illus.

SSR- F 457. Physical oceanographic studies of Narragans ett Bay, 1957 and 1958, by Steacy D. Hicks. Sept. 1963. iv + 30pp., illus.

458. Movements of king crabs tagged and released in Shumagin Islands area, 1957-62, by Murray L. Hayes and Donald T. Montgomery. Dec. 1963. iii + 7 pp., illus.

459. The fishery for scup with special reference to fluctuations in yield and their causes, by William C. Neville and Gerald B. Talbot. 1964. iii + 61 pp., illus.

460. Natural variation in spotting, hyoid teeth counts, and coloration of Yellowstone cutthroat trout, Salmo clarki lewisi Girard
, by Ross V. Bulkley. July 1963. iii + 11 pp., illus.

SSR- F 461. Winter- run chinook salmon in the Sacramento River, California, with notes on water temperature requirements at spawning, by Daniel W. Slater. Nov. 1963. iv + 9 pp.

462. Mycobacteria in adult salmonid fishes returning to national fish hatcheries in Washington, Oregon, and California in 1958-59, by A. John Ross. July 1963. i + 5 pp.

SSR- F 463. Exploratory fishing for Maine herring, by Keith A. Smith. Dec. 1963. iii + 9 pp., illus.

SSR- F 464. Fish schools and bird flocks in the central Pacific Ocean, 1950-1961, by Kenneth D. Waldron. Mar. 1964. iv + 20 pp., illus.

SSR- F 465. Stream catalog of southeastern Alaska Regulatory Districts Nos. 3 and 4, edited by Russell F. Orrell, Carl Rosier, and Lyle R. Simpson. Aug. 1963. iii + 237 pp., illus.

466. Ecology of the Gulf of Mexico commercial sponges and its relation to the fishery, by John F. Storr. Mar. 1964. iv + 73 pp., illus.

467. Annual fish passage report Rock Island Dam, Columbia River, Washington, 1962, by Paul D. Zimmer and John H. Broughton. Aug. 1964. iii + 26 pp., illus.

468. Statistical records and computations on red salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) runs in the Nushagak District, Bristol Bay, Alaska, 1946-59, by Ole A. Mathisen, Robert L. Burgner, and Ted S. Y. Koo. June 1963. iii + 32 pp., illus.

469. Success of pink salmon spawning relative to size of spawning bed materials, by William J. McNeil and Warren H. Ahnell. Jan. 1964. iii + 15 pp., illus.

470. The segregation of red salmon in the escapements to the Kvichak River system, Alaska, by Howard Donald Smith. Jan. 1964. iii + 20 pp., illus.

471. Acute oral toxicity of 1,496 chemicals force-fed to carp, by Howard A. Loeb and William H. Kelly. Sept. 1963. iii + 124 pp.

472. Use of plant extracts in serological studies of fish
, by Fred M. Utter, George J. Ridgway, and Harold O. Hodgins. Feb. 1964. iii + 18 pp., illus.

473. Economic survey of the U.S. fisheries in the Passamaquoddy region, 1956-57, by Giulio Pontecorvo and Leslie W. Scattergood. Dec. 1963. iii + . 14 pp., illus.

474. Publications on fish parasites and diseases, 330 B.C. - A.D. 1923, by E. A. McGregor. 1963. ii + 84 pp.

475. Pelagic fur seal investigations, Alaska waters, 1962, by Clifford H. Fiscus, Gary A. Baines, and Ford Wilke. Jan. 1964. iii + 59 pp., illus. 126

476. Herring fishery of the U.S. Passamaquoddy region
, by Leslie W. Scattergood and Lewis J. Lozier. Mar. 1964. iii + 21 pp., illus.

477. North Pacific oceanography, February-April 1962
, by Felix Favorite, Betty-Ann Morse, Alan H. Haselwood, and Robert A. Preston, Jr. Feb. 1964. iii + 66 pp., illus.

478. Age and size composition of the menhaden catch along the Atlantic Coast of the United States, 1959, with a brief review of the commercial fishery, by William R. Nicholson and Joseph R. Higham, Jr. July 1964. iv + 34 pp., illus.

SSR- F 479. Age and size composition of the 1960 menhaden catch along the U.S. Atlantic Coast, with a brief review of the commercial fishery, by William R. Nicholson and Joseph R. Higham, Jr. Aug. 1964. iv + 41 pp., illus.

480. Further studies of protein and calorie levels of meat-meal, vitamin supplemented salmon diets
, by Laurie G. Fowler, J. Howard McCormick, Jr., and Allan E. Thomas. Feb. 1964. ii + 13 pp.

481. Air and water ter:nperatures and stream flow data from Convict Creek, Mono County, California, 1950 to 1962, by Harry D. Kennedy. Jan. 1964. ii + 5 pp., illus.

482. Fish population studies, Lewis and Clark Lake, Missouri River, 1956 to 1962, by Charles H. Walburg. Jan. 1964. iii + 27 pp., illUS.

483. Intertidal ecology and life history of pink salmon at Olsen Creek, Prince William Sound, Alaska
, by John H. Helle, Richard S. Williamson, and Jack E. Bailey. Sept. 1964. iii+ 26 pp., illus.

484. Field techniques for staining recapture experiments with commercial shrimp, by T. J. Costello. Aug. 1964. iii + 13 pp., illus.

485. Disappearance of dead pink salmon eggs and larvae from Sashin Creek, Baranof Island, Alaska, by William J. McNeil, Ralph A. Wells, and David C. Brickell. Aug. 1964. iii + 13 pp., illus.

486. Salmon tagging experiments along the south shore of Unimak Island and the southwestern shore of the Alaska Peninsula, by Fredrik V. Thorsteinson and Theodore R. Merrell, Jr. Oct. 1964. iii + 15 pp., illus.

SSR- F 487. Distribution and seasonal occurrence on Gymnodinium breve on the west coast of Florida, 1954- 57, by John H. Finucane. Sept. 1964. iv + 14 pp., illus.

488. Spawning ground catalog of the Kvichak River system, Bristol Bay, Alaska
, compiled by Robert L. Demory, Russell F. Orrell, and Donald R. Heinle. June 1964. vii + 292 pp., illus.

SSR- F 489. Pelagic fur seal investigations, Alaska, 1963, by Clifford H. Fiscus, Gary A. Baines, and Hiroshi Kajimura. Jan. 1965. iv + 33 pp., illus.

490. A remote controlled underwater photographic surveillance system, by Paul J. Kruse, Jr. Sept. 1964. iii + 16 pp., illus.

491. Monthly sea-surface temperature anomaly graphs for Atlantic Coast stations, by Franklin Stearns. Dec. 1964. i + 2 pp., illus.

492. Releases and recoveries of drift bottles and cards in the central Pacific
, by Richard A. Barkley, Bernard M. Ito, and Robert P. Brown. Sept. 1964. iii + 31 pp., illus.

494. Stream catalog of the Wood River Lake system, Bristol Bay, Alaska, compiled by Richard A. Marriott, with additions and revisions by Nevin Aspinwall, Ted S. Y. Koo, and Robert L. Burgner. Oct. 1964. ix + 210 pp., illus.

SSR- F 496. History of oceanography in the off shore waters of the Gulf of Maine, by John B. Colton, Jr. Dec. 1964. ii + 18 pp., illus.

521. Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Symposium on Red Tide, by James E. Sykes. September 1965, n p.

522. Pelagic fur seal investigations, 1964, by Clifford H. Fiscus and Hiroshi Kajimura. November 1965, 47 p., 4 figs., 8 app. A figs., 4 app. D figs., 8 tables, 17 app. A tables, 1 app. B table, 1 app. C table.

523. Stream catalog of southeastern Alaska regulatory districts nos. 5, 6, 7, and 8
, edited by Carl Rosier, Norm Johnston, and Russel F. Orrell. August 1965, iii + 443 p., 80 figs.

524. Stream catalog of southeastern Alaska regulatory district no. 9, edited by Norman Johnston. September 1965, iii + 197 p., 47 figs.

525. Comparative study of juvenile American shad populations by fin ray and scute counts, by Paul R. Nichols. February 1966, iii + 10 p., 14 tables.

526. Synopsis on the biology of the jack mackerel (Trachurus symmetricus), by John S. MacGregor. April 1966, iii + 16 p., 6 figs., 2 tables.

527. Age and size composition of the menhaden catch along the Atlantic coast of the United States, 1962 with a brief review of the commercial fishery, by William R. Nicholson and Joseph R. Higham, Jr. February 1966, iv + 24 p., 6 figs., 8 tables, 15 app. tables.

528. U.S. Federal research on fisheries and limnology in the Great Lakes through 1964; An annotated bibliography
, by Ralph Hile. March 1966, iii + 53 p., 2 tables.

529. The Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Type IV electrofishing shocker-Its characteristics and operation, by Benjamin G. Patten and Charles C. Gillaspie. April 1966, iii + 15 p., 10 figs.

530. Seasonal and areal distribution of zooplankton in coastal waters of the Gulf of Maine, 1964, by Kenneth Sherman. May 1966, n p., 10 figs., 4 tables.

531. Length-weight relation of the summer flounder Paralichthys dentatus (Linnaeus), by Fred E. Lux and L. R. Porter, Jr. June 1966, iii + 5 p., 1 fig., 3 tables, 1 app. table.

532. Growth and survival of sockeye salmon introduced into Ruth Lake after removal of resident fish populations, by William R. Meehan. July 1966, iii + 18 p., 12 figs., 14 tables.

533. Annual fish passage report-Rock Island Dam Columbia River, Washington, 1965, by Paul D. Zimmer and John H. Broughton. October 1966, iii + 24 p., 3 figs., 21 tables.

534. Distribution and abundance of sardine and anchovy larvae in the California Current region off California and Baja California, 1951-64: A summary, by Elbert H. Ahlstrom. August 1966, iii + 71 p., 6 figs., 66 tables.

535. Red-tide research summarized to 1964 including an annotated bibliography, by George A. Rounsefell and Walter R. Nelson. December 1966, iii + 85 p., 8 figs., 4 tables, 1 app. table.

536. Fur seal investigations, Pribilof Islands, Alaska, 1965, by Alton Y. Roppel, Ancel M. Johnson, Raymond E. Anas, and Douglas G. Chapman. October 1966, v + 45 p., 14 figs., 21 tables, 23 app. tables.

537. Pelagic fur seal investigations, 1965, by Clifford H. Fiscus and Hiroshi Kajimura. February 1967, iv + 42 p., 4 figs., 14 app. figs., 7 tables, 19 app. tables.

538. Distribution of spawning pink salmon in Sashin Creek, southeastern Alaska, and survival of their progeny
, by William J. McNeil. September 1966, iii + 12 p., 1 fig., 13 tables.

539. Tagging summary of American shad, Alosa sapidissima (Wilson) and striped bass, Roccus saxatilis (Walbaum), Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Biological Laboratory, Beaufort, N.C., 1950-65, by Paul R. Nichols and Randall P. Cheek. July 1966, 8 p., 1 fig., 6 tables.

540. Biological oceanography of the eastern tropical Pacific: Summary of existing information, by Maurice Blackburn. November 1966, iii + 18 p., 6 figs., 2 tables.

541. Distribution and occurrence of Gymnodinium breve on the west coast of Florida, 1964-65, by Alexander Dragovich and John A. Kelly, Jr. December 1966, iii + 15 p., 7 figs., 4 tables.

542. Some effects of DDT on the ecology of salmon streams in southeastern Alaska, by Roger J. Reed. November 1966, iii + 15 p., 7 figs., 9 tables.

543. Inventory of U.S. exploratory longline fishing effort and catch rates for tunas and swordfish in the Northwestern Atlantic, 1957-65, by Peter C. Wilson and Martin R. Bartlett. February 1967, v + 52 p., 81 figs., 13 tables.

544. Abundance and distribution of zooplankton in Hawaiian waters, 1955-56
, by Eugene L. Nakamura. May 1967, v + 37 p., 18 figs., 15 tables, 17 app. tables.

545. Evaluation of a pump and reeled hose system for studying the vertical distribution of small plankton, by Roderick Leong, January 1967, iii + 9 p., 6 figs., 2 tables.

546. Longline fishing for deep-swimming tunas in the Marquesas Islands and adjacent areas, by Howard O. Yoshida. April 1967, iii + 10 p., 10 figs., 3 tables.

547. Response of migrating adult salmonids to vertical and horizontal rectangular orifices at two depths, by Clark S. Thompson, William Spencer Davis, and Emil Slatick. June 1967, iii + 8 p., 7 figs., 5 tables.

548. Expendable bathythermograph data on subsurface thermal structure in the eastern North Pacific Ocean, by J. F. T. Saur and Dorothy D. Stewart. August 1967, iii + 70 p., 9 figs., 13 tables, 50 charts.

549. Atlas of July oceanographic conditions in the Northeast Pacific Ocean, 1961-64, by R. W. Owen, . Jr. January 1967, vi + 85 p., 82 figs.

550. Biology and management of the American shad and status of the fisheries, Atlantic coast of the United States, 1960, by Charles H. Walburg and Paul R. Nichols. August 1967, iv + 105 p., 33 figs., 55 tables.

551. Preliminary report on the feeding habits of tunas in the Gulf of Guinea
, by Paul N. Sund and William J. Richards. July 1967, iii + 6 p., 1 fig., 2 tables.

552. The Trade Wind Zone Oceanography Pilot Study Part I: Townsend Cromwell cruises I, 2, and 3 February to April 1964, by Robert L. Charnell, David W. K. Au, and Gunter R. Seckel. June 1967, v + 75 p., 28 figs., 3 tables.

553. The Trade Wind Zone Oceanography Pilot Study Part II: Townsend Cromwell cruises 4, 5, and 6 May to July 1964, by Robert L. Charnell, David W. K. Au, and Gunter R. Seckel. June 1967, v + 78 p., 28 figs., 3 tables.

554. The Trade Wind Zone Oceanography Pilot Study Part III: Townsend Cromwell cruises 8, 9, and 10 September to November 1964, by Robert L. Charnell, David W. K. Au, and Gunter R. Seckel. June 1967, v + 78 p., 28 figs., 3 tables.

555. The Trade Wind Zone Oceanography Pilot Study Part IV: Townsend Cromwell cruises 11, 12, and 13 December 1964 to February 1965, by Robert L. Charnell, David W. K. Au, and Gunter R. Seckel. June 1967, v + 78 p., 28 figs., 3 tables.

556. The Trade Wind Zone Oceanography Pilot Study Part V: Townsend Cromwell cruises 14 and 15 March and April 1965, by Robert L. Charnell, David W. K. Au, and Gunter R. Seckel. June 1967, v + 54 p., 19 figs., 2 tables.

557. The Trade Wind Zone Oceanography Pilot Study Part VI: Townsend Cromwell cruises 16, 17, and 21 May and June 1965 and January 1966, by Robert L. Charnell, David W. K. Au, and Gunter R. Seckel. June 1967, iv + 59 p., 20 figs., 3 tables.

558. Geographical index to collecting stations of the exploratory fishing vessels Oregon, Silver Bay, Combat, and Pelican 1950-65, by Frederick H. Berry and Shelby Drummond. October 1967, iii + 25 p., 1 fig., 5 tables.

559. Water quality of streams tributary to Lakes Superior and Michigan, by Jerome W. Zimmerman. January 1968, iii + 41 p., 2 figs., 11 tables, 1 app.

560. Surface-to-bottom pot fishing for pandalid shrimp, by Louis Barr and Roland McBride. December 1967, iii + 7 p., 6 figs.

561. Diel and seasonal occurrence of pink shrimp, Penaeus duorarum Burkenroad, in two divergent habitats of Tampa Bay, Florida, by Carl H. Saloman. January 1968, iii + 6 p., 4 figs., 6 tables.

562. Seasonal and areal distribution of zooplankton in coastal waters of the Gulf of Maine, 1965 and 1966, by Kenneth Sherman. March 1968, iii + 11 p., 6 figs., 6 tables.

563. Bibliography of oyster parasites and diseases, by Carl J. Sindermann. April 1968, 13 p.

564. Description and evaluation of methods for determining incident solar radiation, submarine daylight, chlorophyll a, and primary production-Used by Scripps Tuna Oceanography Research Program in the eastern tropical Pacific, by Robert W. Holmes. December 1968, iii + 31 p., 5 figs., 15 tables.

565. Passage conditions and counts of fish at the Snake Island fishway, Little Falls Dam, Potomic River, Md., 1960-63, by Paul R. Nichols. February 1968, iii + 14 p., 7 figs., 5 tables. \

566. Horizontal and vertical distribution of juvenile salmonids in upper Mayfield Reservoir, Washington, by Jim Ross Smith, John R. Pugh, and Gerald E. Monan. April 1968, iii + 11 p., 6 figs., 6 tables.

567. Setting and first season survival of the American oyster, Crassostrea virginica, near Oxford, Maryland, 1961-62, by J. R. Webster and W. N. Shaw. July 1968, iii + 6 p., 2 figs., 4 tables.

568. The Japanese Atlantic longline fishery, 1964, and the status of the yellowfin tuna stocks
, by John P. Wise. August 1968, 5 p., 1 fig., 5 tables.

569. Oyster mortalities, with particular reference to Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic coast, of North America, by Carl J. Sindermann. July 1968, iii + 10 p., 7 figs.

570. Fishes taken during shrimp trawling along the south Atlantic coast of the United States, 1931-35, by William W. Anderson. July 1968, iv + 60 p., 9 figs., 13 tables.

571. Spawning areas and abundance of chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in the Columbia River Basin-past and present, by Leonard A. Fulton. October 1968, iii + 26 p., 5 figs., 8 tables.

572. Effects of lamprey larvicides on invertebrates in streams, by Richard L. Torblaa. August 1968, iii + 13 p., 2 figs., 11 tables.

573. Physical, chemical, and biological oceanography of the entrance to the Gulf of California, spring of 1960, by Raymond C. Griffiths. December 1968, iii + 47 p., 40 figs., 1 table.

574. Some operational aspects of the Hawaiian livebait fishery for skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis), by Vernon E. Brock and Richard N. Uchida. September 1968, iii + 9 p., 1 fig., 5 tables.

575. Length relations of some marine fishes from coastal Georgia, by Sherrell C. Jorgenson and Grant L. Miller. November 1968, iii + 16 p., 3 tables.

576. Oceanographic surveys of Traitors Cove, Revillagigedo Island, Alaska, by Douglas R. McLain. December 1968, iii + 15 p., 15 figs., 2 tables.

577. Relation of scale characteristics to river of origin in four stocks of chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in Alaska, by Richard G. Rowland. January 1969, iii + 5 p., 5 figs., 1 table.

578. Hydrological conditions in Clear Lake, Texas, 1958-66, by Edward J. Pullen. January 1969, iii + 8 p., 7 figs., 6 tables.

579. A list of the marine mammals of the world, by Dale W. Rice and Victor B. Scheffer. December 1968, iii + 16 p.

580. Maturity and spawning of skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) in the Atlantic Ocean, with comments on nematode infestation of the ovaries, by David C. Simmons. January 1969, 17 p., 6 figs., 3 tables.

581. Zooplankton volume off the Pacific coast, 1960, by James R. Thrailkill. March 1969, 50 p., 13 figs., 5 tables.

582. The Japanese Atlantic longline fishery, 1965, and the status of the yellowfin tuna and albacore stocks, by John P. Wise and William W. Fox, Jr. April 1969, 7 p., 2 figs., 7 tables.

583. Electrical installation for control of the northern squawfish, by Galen H. Maxfield, Gerald E. Monan, and Holbrook L. Garrett. February 1969, iii + 14 p., 8 figs., 4 tables.

584. Fur seal investigations, 1966, by BCF, Marine Mammal Biological Laboratory. June 1969, vii + 123 p., 33 figs., 6 app. C figs., 52 tables, 27 app. A tables, 15 app. C tables.

585. Length-weight relation and conversion of "whole" and "headless" weights of royal-red shrimp, Hymenopenaeus robustus (Smith), by Edward F. Klima. May 1969, iii + 5 p., 3 tables.

586. The Trade Wind Zone Oceanography Pilot Study Part VII: Observations of sea birds March 1964 to June 1965, by Warren B. King. June 1970, vi + 136 p., 36 figs., 11 tables, 2 app. tables.

587. Transplanting adult pink salmon to Sashin Creek, Baranof Island, Alaska, and survival of their progeny, by William J. McNeil, Stephen C. Smedley, and Robert J. Ellis. August 1969, iii + 9 p., 3 figs., 6 tables.

588. Processing of digital data logger STD tapes at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, La Jolla, California, by James H. Jones. June 1969, iii + 25 p., 6 figs., 1 app.

589. Return and behavior of adults of the first filial generation of transplanted pink salmon, and survival of their progeny, Sashin Creek, Baranof Island, Alaska, by Robert J. Ellis. October 1969, iii + 13 p., 5 figs., 10 tables.

590. Distributions of fishes in fresh water of Katmai National Monument, Alaska, and their zoogeographical implications, by William R. Heard, Richard L. Wallace, and Wilbur L. Hartman. October 1969, iii + 20 p., 2 figs., 3 tables.

591. A bibliography of the lobsters, Genus Homarus, by R. D. Lewis. January 1970, i + 47 p.

592. Passage of adult salmon and trout through pipes, by Emil Slatick. January 1970, iii + 18 p., 8 figs., 12 tables.

593. Review of studies of tuna food in the Atlantic Ocean, by Alexander Dragovich. December 1969, iii + 21 p., 1 app. table.

594. Seasonal and areal distribution of zooplankton in coastal waters of the Gulf of Maine, 1967 and 1968, by Kenneth Sherman. July 1970, iii + 8 p., 6 figs., 3 tables.

595. Size, seasonal abundance, and length-weight relation of some scombrid fishes from southeast Florida, by Grant L. Beardsley, Jr. and William J. Richards. May 1970, iii + 6 p., 5 figs., 2 tables.

596. Fecundity, multiple spawnings, and description of the gonads in Sebastodes, by John S. MacGregor. March 1970, iii + 12 p., 6 figs., 7 tables.

597. Fur seal investigations, 1967, by Marine Mammal Biological Laboratory. March 1970, vii + 104 p., 31 figs., 79 tables.

598. Size composition, sex ratio, and size at maturity of offshore northern lobsters, by Bernard E. Skud and Herbert C. Perkins. December 1969, iii + 10 p., 6 figs., 12 tables.

599. Diagnostic characters of juveniles of the shrimps Penaeus aztecus aztecus, P. duorarum duomrum, and P. brasiliensis (Crustacea, Decapoda, Penaeidae), by Isabel Perez Farfante. February 1970, iii + 26 p., 25 figs.

600. Birectilinear recruitment curves to assess influence of lake size on survival of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) to Bristol Bay and forecast runs
, by Ralph P. Silliman. March 1970, iii + 9 p., 13 figs., 2 tables.

601. Effect of flow on performance and behavior of chinook salmon in fishways, by Clark S. Thompson. March 1970, iii + 11 p., 8 figs., 3 table.

602. Biological characteristics of intertidal and freshwater spawning pink salmon at Olsen Creek, Prince William Sound, Alaska, 1962-63, by John H. Helle. May 1970, iii + 19 p., 11 figs., 5 tables.

603. Distribution and abundance of fish in the Yakima River, Wash., April 1957 to May 1958, by Benjamin G. Patten, Richard B. Thompson, and William D. Gronlund. June 1970, iii + 31 p., 26 figs., 37 tables.

604. The flora and fauna of a basin in central Florida Bay, by J. Harold Hudson, Donald M. Allen, and T. J. Costello. May 1970, iii + 14 p., 2 figs., 1 table.

605. Contributions to the life histories of several penaeid shrimps (Penaeidae) along the south Atlantic coast of the United States, by William W. Anderson. May 1970, iii + 24 p., 15 figs., 12 tables.

606. Annotated references on the Pacific saury, Cololabis saira, by Steven E. Hughes. June 1970, iii + 12 p.

607. Studies on continuous transmission frequency modulated sonar, by Frank J. Hester (editor). June 1970, iii + 26 p.

607 Sonar target classification experiments with a continuous-transmission doppler sonar, by Frank J. Hester. June 1970, p. 1-20, 14 figs., 4 tables.

607. Acoustic target strength of several species of fish, by H. W. Volberg. June 1970, p. 21-26, 10 figs.

608. Preliminary designs of traveling screens to collect juvenile fish. July 1970, v + 15 p.

608. Traveling screens for collection of juvenile salmon (models I and II), by Daniel W. Bates and John G. Vanderwalker. July 1970, p. 1-5, 6 figs., 1 table.

608. Design and operation of a cantilevered traveling fish screen (model V), by Daniel W. Bates, Ernest W. Murphey, and Earl F. Prentice, p. 6-15,10 figs., 1 table.

609. Annotated bibliography of zooplankton sampling devices, by Jack W. Jossi. July 1970, iii + 90 p.

610. Limnological study of lower Columbia River, 1967-68, by Shirley M. Clark and George R. Snyder. July 1970, iii + 14 p., 15 figs., 11 tables.

611. Laboratory tests of an electrical barrier for controlling predation by northern squawfish, by Galen H. Maxfield, Robert H. Lander, and Charles D. Volz. July 1970, iii + 8 p., 4 figs., 5 tables.

612. The Trade Wind Zone Oceanography Pilot Study. Part VIII: Sea-level meteorological properties and heat exchange processes, July 1963 to June 1965, by Gunter R. Seckel. June 1970, iv + 129 p., 6 figs., 8 tables.

613. Sea-bottom photographs and macrobenthos collections from the Continental Shelf off Massachusetts, by Roland L. Wigley and Roger B. Theroux. August 1970, iii + 12 p., 8 figs., 2 tables.

614. A sled-mounted suction sampler for benthic organisms, by Donald M. Allen and J. Harold Hudson. August 1970, iii + 5 p., 5 figs., 1 table.

615. Distribution of fishing effort and catches of skipjack tuna, Katsuwonus pelamis, in Hawaiian waters, by quarters of the year, 1948-65
, by Richard N. Uchida. June 1970, iv + 37 p., 6 figs., 22 tables.

616. Effect of quality of the spawning bed on growth and development of pink salmon embryos and alevins
, by Ralph A. Wells and William J. McNeil. August 1970, iii + 6 p., 4 tables.

617. Fur seal investigations, 1968, by NMFS, Marine Mammal Biological Laboratory. December 1970, iii + 125 p., 32 figs., 53 tables, 99 app. tables.

618. Spawning areas and abundance of steelhead trout and coho, sockeye, and chum salmon in the Columbia River Basin-past and present, by Leonard A. Fulton. December 1970, iii + 37 p., 6 figs., 11 maps, 9 tables.

619. Macrozooplankton and small nekton in the coastal waters off Vancouver Island (Canada) and Washington, spring and fall of 1963, by Donald S. Day. January 1971, iii + 94 p., 19 figs., 10 tables, 3 apps.

620. The Trade Wind Zone Oceanography Pilot Study. Part IX: The sea-level wind field and wind stress values, July 1963 to June 1965, by Gunter R. Seckel. June 1970, iii + 66 p., 5 figs., 2 app. tables.

621. Predation by sculpins on fall chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, fry of hatchery origin, by Benjamin G. Patten. February 1971, iii + 14 p., 6 figs., 9 tables.

622. Numbers and lengths, by season, of fishes caught with an otter trawl near Woods Hole, Massachusetts, September 1961 to December 1962, by F. E. Lux and F. E. Nichy. February 1971, iii + 15 p., 3 figs., 19 tables.

623. Apparent abundance, distribution, and migrations of albacore, Thunnus alalunga, on the North Pacific longline grounds, by Brian J. Rothschild and Marian Y. Y. Yong. September 1970, v + 37 p., 19 figs., 5 tables.

624. Influence of mechanical processing on the quality and yield of bay scallop meats, by N. B. Webb and F. B. Thomas. April 1971, iii + 11 p., 9 figs., 3 tables.

625. Distribution of salmon and related oceanographic features in the North Pacific Ocean, spring 1968, by Robert R. French, Richard G. Bakkala, Masanao Osako, and Jun Ito. March 1971, iii + 22 p., 19 figs., 3 tables.

626. Commercial fishery and biology of the fresh-water shrimp, Macrobrachium, in the lower St. Paul River, Liberia, 1952-53, by George C. Miller. February 1971, iii + 13 p., 8 figs., 7 tables.

627. Calico scallops of the southeastern United States, 1959-69, by Robert Cummins, Jr. June 1971, iii + 22 p., 23 figs., 3 tables.

628. Fur seal investigations, 1969, by NMFS, Marine Mammal Biological Laboratory. August 1971, viii + 90 p., 20 figs., 44 tables, 23 app. A tables, 18 app. B tables.

629. Analysis of the operations of seven Hawaiian skipjack tuna fishing vessels, June-August 1967
, by Richard N. Uchida and Ray F. Sumida. March 1971, v + 25 p., 14 figs., 21 tables.

630. Blue crab meat I. Preservation by freezing
, by Jurgen H. Strasser, Jean S. Lennon, and Frederick J. King. July 1971, iii + 13 p., 5 figs., 2 tables.

630. Blue crab meat II. Effect of chemical treatments on acceptability
, by Jurgen H. Strasser, Jean S. Lennon, and Frederick J. King. July 1971, iii + 12 p., 1 fig., 9 tables.

631. Occurrence of thiaminase in some common aquatic animals of the United States and Canada, by R. A. Greig and R. H. Gnaedinger. July 1971, iii + 7 p., 2 tables

632. An annotated bibliography of attempts to rear the larvae of marine fishes in the laboratory, by Robert C. May. August 1971, iii + 24 p., 1 app. I table, 1 app. II table.

633. Blueing of processed crab meat. II. Identification of some factors involved in the blue discoloration of canned crab meat (Callinectes sapidus), by Melvin E. Waters. May 1971, iii + 7 p., 1 fig., 3 tables.

634. Age composition, weight, length, and sex of herring, Clupea pallasii, used for reduction in Alaska, 1929-66, by Gerald M. Reid. July 1971, iii + 25 p., 4 figs., 18 tables.

635. A bibliography of the blackfin tuna, Thunnus atlanticus (Lesson), by Grant L. Beardsley and David C. Simmons. August 1971, 10 p.

636. Oil pollution on Wake Island from the tanker R. C. Stoner
, by Reginald M. Gooding. May 1971, iii + 12 p., 8 figs., 2 tables.

637. Occurrence of larval, juvenile, and mature crabs in the vicinity of Beaufort Inlet, North Carolina
, by Donnie L. Dudley and Mayo H. Judy. August 1971, iii + 10 p., 1 fig., 5 tables.

638. Length-weight relations of haddock from commercial landings in New England, 1931-55, by Bradford E. Brown and Richard C. Hennemuth. August 1971, v + 13 p., 1 fig., 6 tables, 10 app. 8 tables.

639. A hydrographic survey of the Galveston Bay system, Texas, 1963-66, by E. J. Pullen, W. L. Trent, and G. B. Adams. October 1971, v + 13 p., 15 figs., 12 tables.

640. Annotated bibliography on the fishing industry and biology of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus, by Marlin E. Tagatz and Ann Bowman Hall. August 1971, 94 p.

641. Use of threadfin shad, Dorosoma petenense, as live bait during experimental pole-and-line fishing for skipjack tuna, Katsuwonus pelamis, in Hawaii, by Robert T. B. Iversen. August 1971, iii + 10 p., 3 figs., 7 tables.

642. Atlantic menhaden (Brevoortia tyrannus) resource and fishery-analysis of decline, by Kenneth A. Henry. August 1971, v + 32 p., 40 figs., 5 app. figs., 3 tables, 2 app. tables.

643. Surface winds of the southeastern tropical Atlantic Ocean
, by John M. Steigner and Merton C. Ingham. October 1971, iii + 20 p., 17 figs.

644. Inhibition of flesh browning and skin color fading in frozen fillets of yelloweye snapper (Lutjanus uiuanus), by Harold C. Thompson, Jr. and Mary H. Thompson. February 1972, iii + 6 p., 3 tables.

645. Traveling screen for removal of debris from rivers, by Daniel W. Bates, Ernest W. Murphey, and Martin G. Beam. October 1971, iii + 6 p., 6 figs., 1 table.

646. Dissolved nitrogen concentrations in the Columbia and Snake Rivers in 1970 and their effect on chinook salmon and steelhead trout, by Wesley J. Ebel. August 1971, iii + 7 p., 2 figs., 6 tables.

647. Revised annotated list of parasites from sea mammals caught off the west coast of North America, by L. Margolis and M. D. Dailey. March 1972, iii + 23 p.

648. Weight loss of pond-raised channel catfish (lctalurus punctatus) during holding in processing plant vats, by Donald C. Greenland and Robert L. Gill. December 1971, iii + 7 p., 3 figs., 2 tables.

649. Distribution of forage of skipjack tuna (Euthynnus pelamis) in the eastern tropical Pacific, by Maurice Blackburn and R. Michael Laurs. January 1972, iii + 16 p., 7 figs., 3 tables.

650. Effects of some antioxidants and EDTA on the development of rancidity in Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus maculatus) during frozen storage, by Robert N. Farragut. February 1972, iv + 12 p., 6 figs., 12 tables.

651. The effect of premortem stress, holding temperatures, and freezing on the biochemistry and quality of skipjack tuna, by Ladell Crawford. April 1972, iii + 23 p., 3 figs., 4 tables.

652. Indexed bibliography of the eggs and young of tunas and other scombrids (Pisces, Scombridae), 1880-1970, by William J. Richards and Witold 1. Klawe. September 1972, iv + 107 p., 1 table.

653. The use of electricity in conjunction with a 12.5 meter (headrope) Gulf-of-Mexico shrimp trawl in Lake Michigan, by James E. Ellis. March 1972, iv + 10 p., 11 figs., 4 tables.

654. An electronic detector system for recovering internally tagged menhaden, genus Brevoortia, by R. O. Parker, Jr. February 1972, iii + 7 p., 3 figs., 1 app.

655. Immobilization of fingerling salmon and trout by decompression, by Doyle F. Sutherland. March 1972, iii + 7 p., 3 figs., 2 tables.

656. The calico scallop, Argopecten gibbus, by Donald M. Allen and T. J. Costello. May 1972, iii + 19 p., 9 figs., 1 table.

657. Making fish protein concentrates by enzymatic hydrolysis. A status report on research and some processes and products studied by NMFS, by Malcolm B. Hale. November 1972, v + 32 p., 15 figs., 17 tables, 1 app. table.

658. List of fishes of Alaska and adjacent waters with a guide to some of their literature, by Jay C. Quast and Elizabeth 1. Hall. July 1972, iv + 47 p.

659. The Southeast Fisheries Center bionumeric code. Part I: Fishes, by Harvey R. Bullis, Jr., Richard B. 78 Roe, and Judith C. Gatlin. July 1972, xl + 95 p., 2 figs.

660. A freshwater fish electro-motivator (FFEM)-its characteristics and operation, by James E. Ellis and Charles C. Hoopes. November 1972, iii + 11 p., 9 figs.

661. A review of the literature on the development of skipjack tuna fisheries in the central and western Pacific Ocean, by Frank J. Hester and Tamio 0tsu. January 1973, iii + 13 p., 1 fig.

662. Seasonal distribution of tunas and billfishes in the Atlantic, by John P. Wise and Charles W. Davis. January 1973, iv + 24 p., 13 figs., 4 tables.

663. Fish larvae collected from the northeastern Pacific Ocean and Puget Sound during April and May 1967, by Kenneth D. Waldron. December 1972, iii + 16 p., 2 figs., 1 table, 4 app. tables.

664. Tagging and tag-recovery experiments with Atlantic menhaden, Brevoortia tyrannus, by Richard L. Kroger and Robert 1. Dryfoos. December 1972, iv + 11 p., 4 figs., 12 tables.

665. Larval fish survey of Humboldt Bay, California, by Maxwell B. Eldridge and Charles F. Bryan. December 1972, iii + 8 p., 8 figs., 1 table.

666. Distribution and relative abundance of fishes in Newport River, North Carolina, by William R. Turner and George N. Johnson. September 1973, iv + 23 p., 1 fig., 13 tables.

667. An analysis of the commercial lobster (Homarus americanus) fishery along the coast of Maine, August 1966 through December 1970, by James C. Thomas. June 1973, v + 57 p., 18 figs., 11 tables.

668. An annotated bibliography of the cunner, Tautogolabrus adspersus (Walbaum), by Fredric M. Serchuk and David W. Frame. May 1973, ii + 43 p.

669. Subpoint prediction for direct readout meteorological satellites, by 1. E. Eber. August 1973, iii + 7 p., 2 figs., 1 table.

670. Unharvested fishes in the U.S. commercial fishery of western Lake Erie in 1969, by Harry D. Van Meter. July 1973, iii + 11 p., 6 figs., 6 tables.

671. Coastal upwelling indices, west coast of North America, 1946-71, by Andrew Bakun. June 1973, iv + 103 p., 6 figs., 3 tables, 104 app. figs.

672. Seasonal occurrence of young Gulf menhaden and other fishes in a northwestern Florida estuary, by Marlin E. Tagatz and E. Peter H. Wilkens. August 1973, iii + 14 p., 1 fig., 4 tables.

673. Abundance and distribution of inshore benthic fauna off southwestern Long Island, N.Y
., by Frank W. Steimle, Jr. and Richard B. Stone. December 1973, iii + 50 p., 2 figs., 5 app. tables.

674. Lake Erie bottom trawl explorations, 1962-66, by Edgar W. Bowman. January 1974, iv + 21 p., 9 figs., 1 table, 7 app. tables.

675. Proceedings of the International Billfish Symposium Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, 9-12 August 1972., Richard S. Shomura and Francis Williams (Editors). June 1973.

Part 1. Report of the Symposium

Part 2. Review and contributed papers

REVIEW PAPERS

A review of the world commercial fisheries for billfishes, by Shoji Ueyanagi

A review of the world sport fishery for billfishes (Istiophoridae and Xiphiidae), Donald P. De Sylva

CONTRIBUTED PAPERS

Section 1. Species Identification.

The paleontology of billfish The state of the art, by Harry L. Fierstine

Some aspects of the systematics and distribution of billfishes, Izumi Nakamura

The validity and status of the roundscale spearfish, Tetrapturus georgei, by C. Richard Robins

Evaluation of identification methods for young billfishes, by William J. Richards

On an additional diagnostic character for the identification of billfish larvae with some notes on the variations in pigmentation, by Shoji Ueyanagi

Comparative development of Atlantic and Mediterranean billfishes (Istiophoridae), by Donald P. De Sylva and Shoji Ueyanagi

Section 2. Life History.

Life history of the Atlantic blue marlin, Makaira nigricans, with special reference to Jamaican waters, by Donald P. De Sylva

On the biology of Florida east coast Atlantic sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus), by John W. Jolley Jr.

Some biological observations of billfishes taken in the eastern Pacific Ocean, 1967-1970, by Maxwell B. Eldridge and Paul G. Wares

Scientific billfish investigation: present and future; Australia, New Zealand, Africa, by Charles O. Mather

Biology of swordfish, Xiphias gladius L., in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean, by James S. Beckett

Some morphometries of billfishes from the Eastern Pacific Ocean, by Paul G. Wares and Gary T. Sawagawa

Analysis of length and weight data on three species of billfish from the Western Atlantic Ocean, by William H. Lenarz and Eugene L. Nakamura

Length-weight relationships for six species of billfishes in the Central Pacific Ocean, by Robert A. Skillman and Marian Y. Y Yong

Food and feeding habits of swordfish, (Xiphias gladius Linnaeus) in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean, by W. B. Scott and S. N. Tibbo

Maturation and fecundity of swordfish (Xiphias gladius) from Hawaiian waters, by James H. Uchiyama and Richard S. Shomura Occurrence, morphology, and parasitism of gastric ulcers in blue marlin, Makaira nigricans, and black marlin, Makaira indica, from Hawaii, by Robert T. B. Iversen

Mercury in swordfish and other pelagic species from the Western Atlantic Ocean, by James S. Beckett and H. C. Freeman

Mercury in several species of billfishes taken off Hawaii and southern California, by Richard S. Shomura and William L. Craig

Summer concentration of white marlin, Tetrapturus albidus, west of the Strait of Gibraltar, by C. Richard Robins

The Cape of Good Hope: A hidden barrier to billfishes, by Michael J. Penrith and David L. Cram

Catch distribution and related sea surface temperature for striped marlin (Tetrapturus audax) caught off San Diego, California, by James L. Squire Jr.

Results of sailfish tagging in the Western North Atlantic Ocean, by Frank J. Mather III, Durbin C. Tabb, John M. Mason Jr., and H. Lawrence Clark

Migrations of white marlin and blue marlin in the Western North Atlantic Ocean tagging results since May, 1970, by Frank J. Mather III, John M. Mason Jr., and H. Lawrence Clark

Migration patterns of Istiophoridae in the Pacific Ocean as determined by cooperative tagging programs, by James L. Squire Jr.

Occurrence of young billfishes in the Central Pacific Ocean, by Walter M. Matsumoto and Thomas K. Kazama

Distribution of larval swordfish in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean, by Gretchen E. Markle

The distribution of the larvae of swordfish, Xiphias gladius, in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, by Yasuo Nishikawa and Shoji Ueyangagi

Notes on the tracking of the Pacific blue marlin, Makaira nigricans, by Heeny S. H. Yuen, Andrew Dizon, and James H. Uchiyama

Section 4. Fisheries.

An analysis of the sportfishery for billfishes in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico during 1971, by Eugene L. Nakamura and Luis R. Rivas

Angler catch rates of billfishes in the Pacific Ocean, by James L. Squire Jr. The Canadian swordfish fishery, by S. N. Tibbo and A. Sreedharan

Landings of billfishes in the Hawaiian longline fishery, by Howard O. Yoshida Fishery-oceanographic studies of striped marlin, Tetrapturus audax, in waters off Baja California. I. Fishing conditions in relation to the thermocline by Eiji Hanamoto

A review of the longline fishery for billfishes in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, by James Joseph, Witold L. Klawe, and Craig J. Orange

Billfish fishery of Taiwan, by H. C. Huang

Part 3. Species synopses
Synopsis of biological data on blue marlin, Makaira nigricans Lacepede, 1802, by L. R. Rivas

Synopsis of the biology of the black marlin, Makaira indica (Cuvier), 1831, by Izumi Nakamura

Synopsis of biological data on the longbill spearfish, Tetrapturus pfluegeri Robins and de Sylva, by C. Richard Robins

Synopsis on the biology of the shortbill spearfish, Tetrapturus angustirostris Tanaka, 1914 in the Indo-Pacific areas, by Shoji Kikawa

Synopsis of the biology of the white marlin, Tetrapturus albidus Poey (1861), by F. J. Mather III, H. L. Clark, and J. M. Mason Jr.

Synopsis of the biology of the sailfish, Istiophorus platypterus (Shaw and Nodder, 1971), by G. L. Beardsley Jr., N. R. Merrett, and W. J. Richards

Synopsis of biological data on the Mediterranean spearfish, Tetrapturus belone Rafinesque, by Donald P. De Sylva

Synopsis of biological data on striped marlin, Tetrapturus audax (Philippi), 1887, by Shoji Ueyanagi and Paul G. Wares

676. Price spreads and cost analyses for finfish and shellfish products at different marketing levels, by Erwin S. Penn. March 1974, vi + 74 p., 15 figs., 12 tables, 12 app. figs., 41 app. tables.

677. Abundance of benthic macroinvertebrates in natural and altered estuarine areas, by Gil Gilmore and Lee Trent. April 1974, iii + 13 p., 11 figs., 3 tables, 2 app. tables.

678. Distribution, abundance, and growth of juvenile sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, and associated species in the Naknek River system, 1961-64, by Robert J. Ellis. September 1974, v + 53 p., 27 figs., 26 tables.

679. Kinds and abundance of zooplankton collected by the USCG icebreaker Glacier in the eastern Chukchi Sea, September-October 1970, by Bruce L. Wing. August 1974, iv + 18 p., 14 figs., 6 tables.

680. Pelagic amphipod crustaceans from the southeastern Bering Sea, June 1971, by Gerald A. Sanger. July 1974, iii + 8 p., 3 figs., 3 tables.

681. Physiological response of the cunner, Tautogolabrus adspersus, to cadmium. October 1974, iv + 33 p.

681. I. Introduction and experimental design, by Anthony Calabrese, Ries S. Collier, and James E. Miller. October 1974, p. 1-3.

681. II. Uptake of cadmium by organs and tissues, by Richard A. Greig, Albert E. Adams, and Betty A. Nelson. October 1974, p. 5-9, 2 figs., 2 tables.

681. III. Changes in osmoregulation and oxygen consumption, by Frederick P. Thurberg and Margaret A. Dawson. October 1974, p. 11-13, 1 fig.

681. IV. Effects on the immune system, by Richard A. Robohm and Maureen F. Nitkowski. October 1974, p. 15-20, 1 fig., 1 table.

681. V. Observations on the biochemistry, by Edith Gould and John J. Karolus. October 1974, p. 21-25, 1 fig., 3 tables.

681. VI. Histopathology, by Martin W. Newman and Sharon A. MacLean. October 1974, p. 27-33, 8 figs., 1 table.

682. Heat exchange between ocean and atmosphere in the eastern North Pacific for 1961-71, by N. E. Clark, L. Eber, R. M. Laurs, J. A. Renner, and J. F. T. Sauro December 1974, iii + 108 p., 2 figs., 1 table, 5 plates.

683. Bioeconomic relationships for the Maine lobster fishery with consideration of alternative management schemes, by Robert L. Dow, Frederick W. Bell, and Donald M. Harriman. March 1975, v + 44 p., 20 figs., 25 tables, 6 app.

684. Age and size composition of the Atlantic menhaden, Brevoortia tyrannus, purse seine catch, 1963-71, with a brief discussion of the fishery, by William R. Nicholson. June 1975, iv+28p., 1 fig., 12 tables, 18app. tables.

685. An annotated list of larval and juvenile fishes captured with surface-towed meter net in the South Atlantic bight during four RV Dolphin cruises between May 1967 and February 1968, by Michael P. Fahay. March 1975, iv+39 p., 19 figs., 9 tables, 1 app. table.

686. Pink salmon, Oncorhynchus gorbuscha, tagging experiments in southeastern Alaska, 1938-42 and 1945, by Roy E. Nakatani, Gerald J. Paulik, and Richard Van Cleve. April 1975, iv+39 p., 24 figs., 16 tables.

687. Annotated bibliography on the biology of the menhadens, genus Brevoortia, 1963-1973, by John W. Reintjes and Peggy M. Keney. April 1975, 92 p.

688. Effect of gas supersaturated Columbia River water on the survival of juvenile chinook and coho salmon, by Theodore H. Blahm, Robert J. McConnell, and George R. Snyder. April 1975, iii+22 p., 8 figs., 5 tables, 4 app. tables.

689. Ocean distribution of stocks of Pacific salmon, Oncorhynchus spp., and steelhead trout, Salmo gairdnerii, as shown by tagging experiments. Charts of tag recoveries by Canada, Japan, and the United States, 1956-69, by Robert R. French, Richard G. Bakkala, and Doyle F. Sutherland. June 1975, viii+89 p., 117 figs., 2 tables.

690. Migratory routes of adult sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, in the eastern Bering Sea and Bristol Bay, by Richard R. Straty. April 1975, iv+32 p., 22 figs., 3 tables, 7 app. tables.

691. Seasonal distributions of larval flatfishes (Pleuronectiformes) on the continental shelf between Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and Cape Lookout, North Carolina, 1965-66, by W. G. Smith, J. D. Sibunka, and A. Wells. June 1975, iv+ 68 p., 72 figs., 16 tables.

692. Expendable bathythermograph observations from the NMFS/MARAD Ship of Opportunity Program for 1972, by Steven K. Cook. June 1975, iv + 81 p., 81 figs.

693. Daily and weekly upwelling indices, west coast of North America, 1967-73, by Andrew Bakun. August 1975, iii + 114 p., 3 figs., 6 tables, 1 app.

694. Semiclosed seawater system with automatic salinity, temperature, and turbidity control, by Sid Korn. September 1975, iii+5 p., 7 figs., 1 table.

695. Distribution, relative abundance, and movement of skipjack tuna, Katsuwonus pelamis, in the Pacific Ocean based on Japanese tuna long-line catches, 1964-67, by Walter M. Matsumoto. October 1975, iii + 30 p., 15 figs., 4 tables.

696. Large-scale air-sea interactions at Ocean Weather Station V, 1951-71, by David M. Husby and Gunter R. Seckel. November 1975, iv+44 p., 11 figs., 4 tables, 3 app.

697. Fish and hydrographic collections made by the research vessels Dolphin and Delaware II during 1968-72 from New York to Florida, by S. J. Wilk and M. J. Silverman. January 1976, iii + 159 p., 1 table, 2 app. tables.

698. Summer benthic fish fauna of Sandy Hook Bay, New Jersey, by Stuart J. Wilk and Myron J. Silverman. January 1976, iv+ 16 p., 21 figs., 1 table, 2 app. tables.

699. Seasonal surface currents off the coasts of Vancouver Island and Washington as shown by drift bottle experiments, 1964-65, by W. James Ingraham, Jr. and James R. Hastings. May 1976, iii + 9 p., 4 figs., 4 tables.

700. Expendable bathythermograph observations from the NMFS/MARAD Ship of Opportunity Program for 1973, by Steven K. Cook. June 1976, iii + 13 p., 10 figs.

701. Seasonal abundance and distribution of zooplankton, fish eggs, and fish larvae in the eastern Gulf of Mexico, 1972-74, by Edward D. Houde and Nicholas Chitty. August 1976, iii + 18 p., 14 figs., 5 tables.

702. Length composition of yellowfin, skipjack, and bigeye tunas caught in the eastern tropical Atlantic by American purse seiners, by Gary T. Sakagawa, Atilio L. Coan, and Eugene P. Holzapfel. August 1976, iv+22 p., 7 figs., 7 tables, 15 app. tables.

703. Aquacultural economics bibliography, by John Vondruska. October 1976, 123 p.

704. The macrofauna of the surf zone off Folly Beach, South Carolina, by William D. Anderson, Jr., James K. Dias, Robert K. Dias, David M. Cupka, and Norman A. Chamberlain. January 1977, iv+23 p., 2 figs., 31 tables.

705. Migration and dispersion of tagged American lobsters, Homarus americanus, on the southern New England continental shelf, by Joseph R. Uzmann, Richard A. Cooper, and Kenneth J. Pecci. January 1977, v+92 p., 45 figs., 2 tables, 29 app. tables.

706. Food of western North Atlantic tunas (Thunnus) and lancetfishes (Alepisaurus), by Frances D. Matthews, David M. Damkaer, Leslie W. Knapp, and Bruce B. Collette. January 1977, iii + 19 p., 4 figs., I table, 11 app. tables.

707. Monthly temperature and salinity measurements of continental shelf waters of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, 1963-65, by Robert F. Temple, David L. Harrington, and John A. Martin. February 1977, iii + 26 p., 5 figs., 10 tables.

708. Catch and catch rates of fishes caught by anglers in the St. Andrew Bay system, Florida, and adjacent coastal waters, 1973
, by Doyle F. Sutherland. March 1977, iii+9 p., 2 figs., 9 tables.

709. Expendable bathythermograph observations from the NMFS/MARAD Ship of Opportunity Program for 1974, by Steven K. Cook and Keith A. Hausknech1. April 1977, iv + 45 p., 10 figs., 9 tables, 35 app. figs.

710. Midwater invertebrates from the southeastern Chukchi Sea: Species and abundance in catches incidental to midwater trawling survey of fishes, September-October 1970, by Bruce L. Wing and Nancy Barr. April 1977, iii+43 p., 1 fig., 2 tables, 2 app. tables.

711. A list of the marine mammals of the world, by Dale W. Rice. April 1977, iii + 15 p.

712. Annual physical and chemical oceanographic cycles of Auke Bay, southeastern Alaska, by Herbert E. Bruce, Douglas R. McLain, and Bruce L. Wing. May 1977, iii + 11 p., 16 figs., 1 table.

713. Current patterns and distribution of river waters in inner Bristol Bay, Alaska, by Richard R. Straty. June 1977, iii + 13 p., 16 figs., 1 table.

714. Wind stress and wind stress curl over the California Current, by Craig S. Nelson. August 1977, iii + 87 p., 18 figs., 1 table, 3 app.

715. Bottom obstructions in the southwestern North Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean Sea, by G. Michael Russell, Abraham J. Barrett, L. Steve Sarbeck, and John H. Wordlaw. September 1977, iii +21 p., 1 fig., 1 app. table.

716. Fishes and associated environmental data collected in New York Bight, June 1974-June 1975, by Stuart J. Wilk, Wallace W. Morse, Daniel E. Ralph, and Thomas R. Azarovitz. September 1977, iii + 53 p., 3 figs., 3 tables.

717. Gulf of Maine-Georges Bank ichthyoplankton collected on ICNAF larval herring surveys September 1971-February 1975
, by John B. Colton, Jf. and Ruth R. Byron. November 1977, iii + 35 p., 9 figs., 14 tables.

718. Surface currents as determined by drift card releases over the continental shelf off central and southern California
, by James L. Squire, Jf. December 1977, iii + 12 p., 2 figs.

719. Seasonal description of winds and surface and bottom salinities and temperatures in the northern Gulf of Mexico, October 1972 to January 1976, by Perry A. Thompson, Jr. and Thomas D. Leming. February 1978, iv+44 p., 43 figs., 2 tables.

720. Sea surface temperature distributions obtained off San Diego, California, using an airborne infrared radiometer, by James L. Squire, Jr. March 1978, iii + 30 p., 15 figs., 1 table.

721. National Marine Fisheries Service survey of trace elements in the fishery resource, by R. A. Hall, E. G. Zook, and G. M. Meaburn. March 1978, iii + 313 p., 5 tables, 3 app. figs., 1 app. table.

722. Gulf menhaden, Brevoortia patronus, purse seine fishery: Catch, fishing activity, and age and size composition, 1964-73
, by William R. Nicholson. March 1978, iii+8 p., 1 fig., 12 tables.

723. Ichthyoplankton composition and plankton volumes from inland coastal waters of southeastern Alaska, April-November 1972
, by Chester R. Mattson and Bruce L. Wing. April 1978, iii + 11 p., 1 fig., 4 tables, 1 app. table.

724. Estimated average daily instantaneous numbers of recreational and commercial fishermen and boaters in the St. Andrew Bay system, Florida, and adjacent coastal waters, 1973, by Doyle F. Sutherland. May 1978, iv + 23 p., 31 figs., 11 tables.

725. Seasonal bottom-water temperature trends in the Gulf of Maine and on Georges Bank, 1963-75
, by Clarence W. Davis. May 1978, iv+ 17 p., 22 figs., 5 tables.

726. The Gulf of Maine temperature structure between Bar Harbor, Maine, and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, June 1975-November 1976, by Robert J. Pawlowski. December 1978, iii + 10 p., 14 figs., 1 table.

727. Expendable bathythermograph observations from the NMFS/MARAD Ship of Opportunity Program for 1975, by Steven K. Cook, Barclay P. Collins, and Christine S. Carty. January 1979, v+93 p., 2 figs., 13 tables, 82 app. figs.

728. Vertical sections of semimonthly mean temperature on the San Francisco-Honolulu route: From expendable bathythermograph observations, June 1966-December 1974, by J. F. T. Saur, L. E. Eber, D. R. McLain, and C. E. Dorman. January 1979, iii + 35 p., 4 figs., 1 table.

729. References for the identification of marine invertebrates on the southern Atlantic coast of the United States
, by Richard E. Dowds. April 1979, iv+37 p.

730. Surface circulation in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico as deduced from drift bottles, by Robert F. Temple and John A. Martin. May 1979, iii + 13 p., 8 figs., 4 tables.

731. Annotated bibliography and subject index on the shortnose sturgeon, Acipenser brevirostrum, by James G. Hoff. April 1979, iii + 16 p.

732. Assessment of the northwest Atlantic mackerel, Scomber scombrus, stock, by Emory D. Anderson. April 1979, iv + 13 p., 9 figs., 15 tables.

733. Possible management procedures for increasing production of sockeye salmon smolts in the Naknek River system, Bristol Bay, Alaska, by Robert J. Ellis and William J. McNeil. April 1979, iii + 9 p., 4 figs., 11 tables.

734. Escape of king crab, Paralithodes camtschatica, from derelict pots, by William L. High and Donald D. Worlund. May 1979, iii + 11 p., 5 figs., 6 tables.

735. History of the fishery and summary statistics of the sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, runs to the Chignik Lakes, Alaska, 1888-1966, by Michael L. Dahlberg. August 1979, iv+16 p., 15 figs., 11 tables.

736. A historical and descriptive account of Pacific coast anadromous salmonid rearing facilities and a summary of their releases by region, 1960-76, by Roy J. Wahle and Robert Z. Smith. September 1979, iv+40 p., 15 figs., 25 tables.

737. Movements of pelagic dolphins (Stenella spp.) in the eastern tropical Pacific as indicated by results of tagging, with summary of tagging operations, 1969-76, by W. F. Perrin, W. E. Evans, and D. B. Holts. September 1979, iii + 14 p., 9 figs., 8 tables.

738. Environmental baselines in Long Island Sound, 1972-73, by R. N. Reid, A. B. Frame, and A. F. Draxler. December 1979, iv+31 p., 40 figs., 6 tables.

739. Bottom-water temperature trends in the Middle Atlantic Bight during spring and autumn, 1964-76, by Clarence W. Davis. December 1979, iii + 13 p., 10 figs., 9 tables.

740. Food of fifteen northwest Atlantic gadiform fishes, by Richard W. Langton and Ray E. Bowman. February 1980,23 p.

741. Distribution of gammaridean Amphipoda (Crustacea) in the Middle Atlantic Bight region, by John J. Dickinson, Roland L. Wigley, Richard D. Brodeur, and Susan Brown-Leger. October 1980, 46 p.

742. Water structure at Ocean Weather Station V, northwestern Pacific Ocean, 1966-71, by D. M. Husby and G. R. Seckel. October 1980, 56 p.

743. Average density index for walleye pollock, Theragra chalcogramma, in the Bering Sea, by Loh-Lee Low and Ikuo Ikeda. November 1980, 11 p.

744. Tunas, oceanography and meteorology of the Pacific, an annotated bibliography, 1950-78, by Paul N. Sund. March 1981, 123 p.

745. Dorsal mantle length-total weight relationships of squids Loligo pealei and lllex illecebrosus from the Atlantic coast of the United States, by Anne M. T. Lange and Karen L. Johnson. March 1981, 17 p.

746. Distribution of Gammaridean Amphipoda (Crustacea) on Georges Bank
, by John J. Dickinson and Roland L. Wigley. June 1981,25 p.

747. Movement, growth, and mortality of American lobsters, Homarus americanus, tagged along the coast of Maine, by Jay S. Krouse. September 1981, 12 p.

748. Annotated bibliography of the conch genus Strombus (Gastropoda, Strombidae) in the western Atlantic Ocean, by George H. Darcy. September 1981, 16 p.

749. Food of eight Northwest Atlantic pleuronectiform fishes, by Richard W. Langton and Ray E. Bowman. September 1981, 16 p.

750. World literature to fish hybrids with an analysis by family, species, and hybrid: supplement 1, by Frank J. Schwartz. November 1981, 507 p.

751. The barge Ocean 250 gasoline spill, by Carolyn A. Griswold (editor). November 1981, 30 p. Includes the following papers:

The barge Ocean 250 gasoline spill (Introduction and background information), by Carolyn A. Griswold, p. 1-5.

Chemical analyses of water and benthic organisms, by J. L. Lake, C. W. Dimock, C. Norwood, R. Bowen, and B. Kyle, p. 5-8.

Hydrocarbon analyses of plankton samples, by E. J. Hoffman and J. G. Quinn, p. 8-12.

Chemical analyses of fish samples, by P. D. Boehm and J. E. Barak, p. 13-15.

Analyses of benthic macrofauna from the area of Ocean 250 gasoline spill, by Sheldon D. Pratt, p. 16-20.

Zooplankton community structure in the area of Ocean 250 gasoline spill, by Jerome Prezioso and Carolyn A. Griswold, p. 20-21.

Cytological-cytogenetic analyses of fourbeard rockling and yellowtail flounder eggs from plankton at Ocean 250 gasoline spill, by J. B. Hughes and A. Crosby Longwell, p. 21-29.

752. Movements of tagged summer flounder, Paralichthys dentatus, off southern New England, by F. E. Lux and F. E. Nichy. December 1981, 16 p.

753. Factors influencing ocean catches of salmon, Oncorhynchus spp., off Washington and Vancouver Island
, by R. A. Low, Jr. and S. B. Mathews. January 1982., 12 p.

754. Demersal fish resources of the eastern Bering Sea: spring 1976, by Gary B. Smith and Richard G. Bakkala. March 1982, 129 p.

755. Annotated bibliography and subject index on the summer flounder, Paralichthys dentatus, by Paul G. Scarlett. March 1982, 12 p.

756. Annotated bibliography of the hard clam (Mercenaria mercenaria), by J. L. McHugh, Marjorie W. Sumner, Paul J. Flagg, Douglas W. Lipton, and William J. Behrens. March 1982, 845 p.

757. A profile of the fish and decapod crustacean community in a South Carolina estuarine system prior to flow alteration
, by Elizabeth Lewis Wenner, Malcolm H. Shealy, Jr., and Paul A. Sandifer. March 1982, 17 p.

758. Equipment and techniques for handling northern fur seals, by Roger L. Gentry and John R. Holt. July 1982, 15 p.

759. Catch temperatures for some important marine species off California, by James L. Squire, Jr. August 1982, 19 p.

760. Parasite-host records of Alaskan fishes, by Adam Moles. September 1982, 41 p.

761. Sea level variations at Monterey, California, by Dale Emil Bretschneider and Douglas R. McLain. January 1983,50 p.

762. Abundance of pelagic resources off California, 1963-78, as measured by an airborne fish monitoring program, by James L. Squire, Jr. February 1983, 75 p.

763. Climatology of surface heat fluxes over the California current region, by Craig S. Nelson and David M. Husby. February 1983, 155 p.

764. Demersal fishes and invertebrates trawled in the northeastern Chukchi and western Beaufort Seas, 1976-77, by Kathryn J. Frost and Lloyd F. Lowry. February 1983, 22 p.

765. Distribution and abundance of larvae of king crab, Paralithodes camtschatica, and pandalid shrimp in the Kachemak Bay area, Alaska, 1972 and 1976, by Evan Haynes. April 1983, 64 p.

766. An atlas of the distribution and abundance of dominant benthic invertebrates in the New York Bight apex with reviews of their life histories
, by Janice V. Caracciolo and Frank W. Steimle, Jr. March 1983, 58 p.

767. A commercial sampling program for sandworms, Nereis virens Sars, and bloodworms, Glycera dibranchiata Ehlers, harvested along the Maine coast
, by Edwin P. Creaser, Jr., David A. Clifford, Michael J. Hogan, and David B. Sampson. April 1983, 56 p.

768. Distribution and abundance of East Coast bivalve mollusks based on specimens in the National Marine Fisheries Service Woods Hole Collection
, by Roger B. Theroux and Roland L. Wigley. June 1983, 172 p.

769. Krill and its utilization: a review, by John D. Kaylor and Robert J. Learson. July 1983, 10 p.

770. Population characteristics of the American lobster, Homarus americanus, in eastern Long Island Sound, Connecticut
, by Milan Keser, Donald F. Landers, Jr., and Jeffrey D.Morris. October 1983, 7 p.

771. Mesh size and the New England groundfishery-applications and implications
, by Ronald Joel Smolowitz. July 1983,60 p.

772. Results of a tagging program to determine migration rates and patterns for black marlin, Makaira indica, in the southwest Pacific Ocean
, by James L. Squire, Jr. and Daphne V. Nielsen. July 1983, 19 p.

773. Food habits and trophic relationships of a community of fishes on the Outer Continental Shelf
, by George R. Sedberry. September 1983, 56 p.

774. Distribution of eggs and larvae of Atlantic menhaden, Brevoortia tyrannus, along the Atlantic coast of the United States, by Mayo H. Judy and Robert M. Lewis. October 1983, 23 p.

775. Distribution and relative abundance of American lobster, Homarus americanus, larvae: New England investigations during 1974-79, by Michael J. Fogarty (editor). September 1983, 64 p. Includes the following papers:

Distribution and relative abundance of American lobster, Homarus americanus, larvae: A review, by Michael J. Fogarty.

An overview of larval American lobster, Homarus americanus, sampling programs in New England during 1974-79, by Michael J. Fogarty and Robert Lawton.

Distribution and abundance of lobster larvae (Homarus americanus) in Block Island Sound, by Brenda Goldberg Bibb, Ronald L. Hersey, and Rocco A. Marcello, Jr.

Distribution, relative abundance, and seasonal production of American lobster, Homarus americanus, larvae in Block Island Sound in 1978, by Michael J. Fogarty, Martin A. Hyman, George F. Johnson, and Clement A. Griscom.

Distribution and abundance of larval lobsters (Homarus americanus) in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, during 1976-79, by Fred E. Lux, George F. Kelly, and Charles L. Wheeler.

The spatio-temporal distribution of American lobster, Homarus americanus, larvae in the Cape Cod Canal and approaches, by W. Stephen Collings, Christine Cooper-Sheehan, Sally C. Hughes, and James L. Buckley.

Observations on the seasonal occurence, abundance, and distribution of larval lobsters (Homarus americanus) in Cape Cod Bay, by George C. Matthiessen and Michael D. Scherer.

Distribution and abundance of larval American lobsters, Homarus americanus Milne-Edwards, in the western inshore region of Cape Cod Bay, Massachusetts, by Robert Lawton, Elizabeth Kouloheras, Phillips Brady, Wendell Sides, and Mando Borgatti.

New Hampshire lobster larvae studies, by Stephen A. Grabe, John W. Shipman, and Weldon S. Bosworth.

Abundance and distribution of lobster larvae (Homarus americanus) for selected locations in Penobscot Bay, Maine, by Daniel M. Greenstein, Leigh C. Alexander, and Daryl E. Richter.

A comparison of lobster larvae sampling using neuston and tucker nets, by Brenda Goldberg Bibb, Ronald L. Hersey, and Rocco A. Marcello, Jr.

776. Kinds and abundances of fish larvae in the Caribbean Sea and adjacent areas, by William J. Richards. May 1984, 54 p.

777. A checklist of parasites of California, Oregon, and Washington marine and estuarine fishes, by Milton S. Love and Mike Moser. December 1983, 576 p.

778. Bowhead and white whale migration, distribution, and abundance in the Bering, Chukchi, and Beaufort Seas, 1975-78, by Howard W. Braham, Bruce D. Krogman, and Geoffrey M. Carroll. January 1984, 39 p.

779. Opportunistic feeding of the northern fur seal, Callorhinus ursinus, in the eastern North Pacific Ocean and eastern Bering Sea
, by Hiroshi Kajimura. February 1984, 49 p.

780. History of scientific study and management of the Alaskan fur seal, Callorhinus ursinus, 1786-1964
, by Victor B. Scheffer, Clifford H. Fiscus, and Ethel I. Todd. March 1984, 70 p.

781. An annotated checklist of the fishes of Samoa, by Richard C. Wass. May 1984,43 p.

782. A five-year study of seasonal distribution and abundance of fishes and decapod crustaceans in the Cooper River and Charleston Harbor, S.C., prior to diversion, by E. L. Wenner, W. P. Coon III, M. H. Shealy, Jr., and P. A. Sandifer. July 1984, 16 p.

783. Biomass and density of macrobenthic invertebrates on the U. S. Continental Shelf off Martha's Vineyard, Mass., in relation to environmental factors, by Don Maurer and Roland L. Wigley. July 1984, 20 p.

 

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