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Assessing shortraker and rougheye rockfishes in the Gulf of Alaska: addressing a problem of habitat specificity and sampling capability

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Title Assessing shortraker and rougheye rockfishes in the Gulf of Alaska: addressing a problem of habitat specificity and sampling capability
Creator Ito, Daniel Henry
Subject Theses--Fisheries
Description Chapter 1 outlines the major difficulties associated with current trawl survey methodologies, particularly as they relate to assessing shortraker rockfish (Sebastes borealis) and rougheye rockfish (S. aleutianus) populations in the Gulf of Alaska. I conclude that the most promising avenues for improving these assessments involve: (1) gaining a better understanding of each species' spatial distribution and habitat preference, and (2) developing better trawl sampling capability in their... Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Washington, 1999
Date 2009-12-03T00:04:02Z 2009-12-03T00:04:02Z 1999
Type Thesis
Format xiii, 205 p.
Identifier b43809625 43824069 — http://hdl.handle.net/1773/15453
Language en_US
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