An Indexed Bibliography of Northeast Fisheries Center
Publications,  Reports,  and Abstracts for 1988

Contents

Bibliography
        Publications in Peer-Reviewed Media
        Publications in Non-Peer-Reviewed Media
        Published Abstracts
Indices
        Organisms
        Geographic Areas
        Topics
        Authors

All requests for a reprint of a publication or a photocopy of a report or abstract should be mailed to the sole/senior NEFSC author of the work (i.e.,  as depicted by all capital letters in the bibliographic entry),  c/o Northeast Fisheries Science Center Editorial Office,  166 Water Street,  Woods Hole,  MA  02543-1026.

Several publications and reports which were issued in 1985-87,  but which were inadvertently omitted from the 1985-87 lists,  have been included in this 1988 list.  They are noted by an "*."

Bibliography

Publications in Peer-Reviewed Media

*1. Able,  K.W.,  M.P. FAHAY,  and D.F. Markle.  1986.  Development of larval snailfishes (Pisces: Cyclopteridae: Liparidinae) from the western North Atlantic.  Can. J. Zool. 64: 2294-2316.

2. Able,  K.W.,  K.L. Heck,  Jr.,  M.P. FAHAY,  and C.T. Roman.  1988.  Use of salt-marsh peat reefs by small juvenile lobsters on Cape Cod,  Massachusetts.  Estuaries 11(2): 83-86.

*3. Almeida,  S.P.,  R.W. Wygant,  A. JEARLD,  JR.,  and J.A. PENTTILA.  1987.  Optical Fourier transform characterization of fish scale age.  Appl. Opt. 26(12): 2299-2305.

4. ANDRADE,  K.G.,  and C.P. Smith.  1988.  Pollock,  Pollachius virens.  Pages 37-40 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep.  NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

5. Barnthouse,  L.W.,  J. BOREMAN,  T.L. Englert,  W.L. Kirk,  and E.G. Horn.  1988.  Hudson River settlement agreement:  technical rationale and cost consideration.  Pages 267-273 in L.W. Barnthouse,  R.J. Klauda,  D.S. Vaughn,  and R.L. Kendall,  eds. Science,  law,  and Hudson River power plants: a case study in environmental impact assessment.  Amer. Fish. Soc. Monogr. 4.

6. Bayne,  B.L.,  and F.P. THURBERG.  1988.  Physiological measurements on Nucula tenuis and on isolated gills of Mytilus edulis and Carcinus maenas.  Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 46: 129-134.

7. BLOGOSLAWSKI,  W.J.  1988.  Ozone depuration of bivalves containing PSP:  pitfalls and possibilities.  J. Shellfish Res. 7(4): 702-705.

8. BOLZ,  G.R.,  and R.G. LOUGH.  1988.  Growth through the first six months of Atlantic cod,  Gadus morhua,  and haddock,  Melanogrammus aeglefinus,  based on daily otolith increments.  Fish. Bull.,  U.S. 86(2): 223-235.

9. BOREMAN,  J.  1988.  Book review of C.L. Smith. Fisheries research in the Hudson River. State University of New York Press,  Albany,  N.Y. 407 pp.  Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 117(5): 317-318.

10. BOREMAN,  J.,  and C.P. Goodyear.  1988.  Estimates of entrainment mortality for striped bass and other fish species inhabiting the Hudson River Estuary.  Pages 152-160 in L.W. Barnthouse,  R.J. Klauda,  D.S. Vaughn,  and R.L. Kendall,  eds. Science,  law,  and Hudson River power plants: a case study in environmental impact assessment.  Amer. Fish. Soc. Monogr. 4.

11. BOREMAN,  J.,  and R.J. Klauda.  1988.  Distributions of early life stages of striped bass in the Hudson River Estuary,  1974-1979.  Pages 53-58 in L.W. Barnthouse,  R.J. Klauda,  D.S. Vaughn,  and R.L. Kendall,  eds. Science,  law,  and Hudson River power plants: a case study in environmental impact assessment.  Amer. Fish. Soc. Monogr. 4.

12. Brown,  C.,  W. BLOGOSLAWSKI,  and L.P. TETTELBACH.  1988.  Enumeration and identification of heterotrophic bacteria on oyster grounds of Long Island Sound.  J. Shellfish Res. 7(3): 479-482.

13. Brown,  C. and L.P. TETTELBACH.  1988.  Characterization of a nonmotile Vibrio sp. pathogenic to larvae of Mercenaria mercenaria and Crassostrea virginica.  Aquaculture 74: 195-204.

14. Buchanan,  C.C.,  R.B. Stone,  and F.W. STEIMLE.  1988.  Marine recreational boat fishery of the New York Bight apex in 1971.  Mar. Fish. Rev. 50(2): 6-19.

*15. BUCKLEY,  L.J.,  and F.J. Bulow.  1987.  Techniques for the estimation of RNA,  DNA,  and protein in fish.  Pages 345-354 in R.C. Summerfelt and G.E. Hall,  eds. Age and growth of fish. Iowa State University Press,  Ames,  Iowa.

*16. BUCKLEY,  L.J.,  and R.G. LOUGH.  1987.  Recent growth,  biochemical composition,  and prey field of larval haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) and Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) on Georges Bank.  Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 44(1): 14-25.

17. BURNETT,  J.  1988.  Witch flounder,  Glyptocephalus cynoglossus.  Pages 109-110 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

18. Campbell,  J.W.,  and J.E. O'REILLY.  1988.  Role of satellites in estimating primary productivity on the Northwest Atlantic continental shelf.  Contin. Shelf Res. 8(2): 179-204.

19. COHEN,  E.B.,  M.P. SISSENWINE,  and G.C. LAURENCE.  1988.  The "recruitment problem" for marine fish populations with emphasis on Georges Bank.  Pages 373-392 in B.J. Rothschild,  ed. Toward a theory on biological-physical interactions in the world ocean. Kluwer Academic Publishers,  Dodrecht,  The Netherlands.

20. COHN,  M. (deceased),  P. Olsen,  J.B. MAHONEY,  and E. Feerst.  1988.  Occurrence of the dinoflagellate,  Gonyaulax tamarensis,  in New Jersey.  Bull. N.J. Acad. Sci. 33(2): 45-49.

21. CROSBY LONGWELL,  A.  1988.  Fish embryos: practical indicators of environmental quality of significance to fisheries.  Water Resour. Bull. 24(5): 999-1005.

22. DERY,  L.M.  1988.  American plaice,  Hippoglossoides platessoides.  Pages 111-118 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

23. DERY,  L.M.  1988.  Atlantic herring,  Clupea harengus.  Pages 17-22 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat.  Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

24. DERY,  L.M.  1988.  Atlantic mackerel,  Scomber scombrus.  Pages 77-84 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat.  Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

25. DERY,  L.M.  1988.  Butterfish,  Peprilus triacanthus.  Pages 85-92 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat.  Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

26. DERY,  L.M.  1988.  Red hake,  Urophycis chuss.  Pages 49-57 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish.  Serv.] 72.

27. DERY,  L.M.  1988.  Silver hake,  Merluccius bilinearis.  Pages 41-47 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat.  Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

28. DERY,  L.M.  1988.  Summer flounder,  Paralichthys dentatus.  Pages 97-102 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat.  Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

29. DERY,  L.M.,  and J. PALMER MAYO.  1988.  Black sea bass,  Centropristis striata.  Pages 59-69 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

*30. Ebert,  D.A.,  L.J.V. Compagno,  and L.J. NATANSON.  1987.  Biological notes on the Pacific sleeper shark,  Somniosis pacificus (Chrondrichthyes: Squalidae).  Calif. Fish Game 73(2): 117-123.

31. Englert,  T.L.,  and J. BOREMAN.  1988.  Historical review of entrainment impact estimates and the factors influencing them.  Pages 143-151 in L.W. Barnthouse,  R.J. Klauda,  D.S. Vaughn,  and R.L. Kendall,  eds. Science,  law,  and Hudson River power plants: a case study in environmental impact assessment. Amer. Fish. Soc. Monogr. 4.

32. Englert,  T.L.,  J. BOREMAN,  and H.W. Chen.  1988.  Plant flow reductions and outages as mitigative measures.  Pages 274-279 in L.W. Barnthouse,  R.J. Klauda,  D.S. Vaughn,  and R.L. Kendall,  eds. Science,  law,  and Hudson River power plants: a case study in environmental impact assessment. Amer. Fish. Soc. Monogr. 4.

33. FARLEY,  C.A.  1988.  A computerized coding system for organs,  tissues,  lesions,  and parasites of bivalve mollusks and its application in pollution monitoring with Mytilus edulis.  Mar. Environ. Res. 24: 243-249.

34. FARLEY,  C.A.  1988.  Histochemistry as a tool for examining possible pathologic cause-and-effect relationships between heavy metal and inflammatory lesions in oysters,  Crassostrea virginica.  Mar. Environ. Res. 24: 271-275.

35. FARLEY,  C.A.,  P.H. Wolf,  and R.A. Elston.  1988.  A long-term study of "microcell" disease in oysters with a description of a new genus,  Mikrocytos (g. n.),  and two new species,  Mikrocytos mackini (sp. n.) and Mikrocytos roughleyi (sp. n.).  Fish. Bull.,  U.S. 86(3): 581-593.

36. FIELDS,  B.  1988.  Winter flounder,  Pseudopleuronectes americanus.  Pages 103-107 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

37. FOGARTY,  M.J.  1988.  Time series models of the Maine lobster fishery: the effect of temperature.  Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45: 1145-1153.

38. FOGARTY,  M.J.,  and J.S. IDOINE.  1988.  Application of a yield and egg production model based on size to an offshore American lobster population.  Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 117: 350-362.

39. Fowler,  B.A.,  and E. GOULD.  1988.  Ultrastructural and biochemical studies of intracellular metal-binding patterns in kidney tubule cells of the scallop Placopecten magellanicus following prolonged exposure to cadmium or copper.  Mar. Biol. 97: 207-216.

40. FRIEDLAND,  K.D.,  G.C. Garman,  A.J. BEJDA,  A.L. STUDHOLME,  and B. Olla.  1988.  Interannual variation in diet and condition in juvenile bluefish during estuarine residency.  Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 117: 474-479.

41. FRIEDLAND,  K.D.,  and L.W. Haas.  1988.  Emigration of juvenile Atlantic menhaden,  Brevoortia tyrannus (Pisces: Clupeidae),  from the York River Estuary.  Estuaries 11(1): 45-50.

42. GIFFORD,  V.M.,  and M.K. CRAWFORD.  1988.  Redfish,  Sebastes fasciatus.  Pages 93-96 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep.  NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

43. GOULD,  E.,  D. RUSANOWSKY,  and D.A. LUEDKE.  1988.  Note on muscle glycogen as an indicator of spawning potential in the sea scallop,  Placopecten magellanicus.  Fish. Bull.,  U.S. 86(3): 597-601.

44. GOULD,  E.,  R.J. Thompson,  L.J. BUCKLEY,  D. RUSANOWSKY,  and G.R. SENNEFELDER.  1988.  Uptake and effects of copper and cadmium in the gonad of the scallop Placopecten magellanicus: concurrent metal exposure.  Mar. Biol.  97: 217-223.

*45. GROSSLEIN,  M.D.,  and G.R. Lilly.  1987.  Summary report of the special session on recruitment studies.  NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] Sci. Counc. Stud. 11: 83-90.

46. Hoyt,  R.D. (chief),  S. Doroshov,  L.A. Fuiman,  A. Kendall,  Jr.,  K. SHERMAN,  and R. Werner,  eds.  1988.  11th Annual Larval Fish Conference: proceedings of American Fisheries Society Symposium 5,  June 1-3,  1987,  Houghton,  Mich.  American Fisheries Society,  Bethesda,  Md.  130 pp.

47. JOHNSON,  P.T.  1988.  Development and morphology of an unusual nuclear virus of the blue crab Callinectes sapidus.  Dis. Aquat. Org. 4: 67-75.

48. JOHNSON,  P.T.  1988.  Rod-shaped nuclear viruses of crustaceans: hemocyte-infecting species.  Dis. Aquat. Org. 5: 111-122.

49. JOHNSON,  P.T.,  and D.V. Lightner.  1988.  Rod-shaped nuclear viruses of crustaceans: gut-infecting species.  Dis. Aquat. Org. 5: 123-141.

*50. Kraus,  S.D.,  K.E. Moore,  C.A. PRICE,  M.J. Crone,  W.A. Watkins,  H.E. Winn,  and J.H. Prescott.  1986.  The use of photographs to identify individual North Atlantic right whales (Eubalaena glacialis).  Pages 145-151 in R.L. Brownell,  Jr.,  P.B. Best,  and J.H. Prescott,  eds. Right whales: past and present status. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Rep. 10.

51. KRZYNOWEK,  J.  1988.  Effects of handling,  processing,  and storage on fish and shellfish.  Pages 245-265 in E. Karmas and R.S. Harris,  eds. Nutritional evaluation of food processing,  3rd ed. Van Nostrand Reinhold Company,  New York.

52. LANE,  J.P.,  and R.J. LEARSON.  1988.  Manual determination of minced fish flesh in mixed fillet-minced cod blocks: collaborative study.  J. Assoc. Off. Anal. Chem. 71(1): 38-40.

53. LICCIARDELLO,  J.J.,  and E.M. RAVESI.  1988.  Frozen storage characteristics of cownose ray (Rhinoptera bonasus).  J. Food Qual. 11: 71-76.

54. MacKENZIE,  C.L.,  JR.,  and L.L. STEHLIK.  1988.  Past and present distributions of soft clams and eelgrass in Raritan Bay.  Bull. N.J. Acad. Sci. 33(2): 61-62.

55. MAHONEY,  J.B.,  D. HOLLOMON,  and R. WALDHAUER.  1988.  Is the lower Hudson-Raritan Estuary a suitable habitat for Gonyaulax tamarensis?  Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 49: 179-186.

56. Medved,  R.J.,  C.E. STILLWELL,  and J.G. CASEY.  1988.  The rate of food consumption of young sandbar sharks (Carcharhinus plumbeus) in Chincoteague Bay,  Virginia.  Copeia 1988(4): 956-963.

57. MURAWSKI,  S.A.,  and J.T. Finn.  1988.  Biological bases for mixed-species fisheries: species co-distribution in relation to environmental and biotic variables.  Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(10): 1720-1735.

*58. NATANSON,  L.J.,  and G.M. Cailliet.  1986.  Reproduction and development of the Pacific angel shark,  Squatina californica,  off Santa Barbara,  California.  Copeia 1986(4): 987-994.

59. NELSON,  D.A.,  J.E. MILLER,  and A. CALABRESE.  1988.  Effect of heavy metals on bay scallops,  surf clams,  and blue mussels in acute and long-term exposures.  Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 17: 595-600.

60. O'BRIEN,  L.,  and R.K. MAYO.  1988.  Sources of variation in catch per unit effort of yellowtail flounder,  Limanda ferruginea (Storer),  harvested off the coast of New England.  Fish. Bull.,  U.S. 86(1): 91-108.

61. Olla,  B.L.,  V.B. Estelle,  R.C. Swartz,  G. Braun,  and A. L. STUDHOLME.  1988.  Responses of polychaetes to cadmium-contaminated sediment: comparison of uptake and behavior.  Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 7: 587-592.

62. Patil,  G.P.,  G.J. Babu,  R.C. HENNEMUTH,  W.L. Myers,  M.B. Rajarshi,  and C. Taillie.  1988.  Data-based sampling and model-based estimation for environmental resources.  Pages 489-513 in P.R. Krishnaiah and C.R. Rao,  eds. Handbook of statistics,  vol.6. Elsevier Science Publishers,  New York.

63. PEARCE,  J.B.,  and L. DESPRES-PATANJO.  1988.  A review of monitoring strategies and assessments of estuarine pollution.  Aquat. Toxicol. 11: 323-343.

64. PENTTILA,  J.  1988.  Atlantic cod,  Gadus morhua.  Pages 31-36 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat.  Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

65. PENTTILA,  J.  1988.  Haddock,  Melanogrammus aeglefinus.  Pages 23-29 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat.  Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

66. PENTTILA,  J.  1988.  Yellowtail flounder,  Limanda ferruginea.  Pages 119-124 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

67. PENTTILA,  J.,  and L.M. DERY,  eds.  1988.  Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.  135 pp.

**1997 update of above**

68. PENTTILA,  J.,  A. JEARLD,  JR.,  and S. CLARK.  1988.  Introduction.  Pages 3-4 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep.  NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

69. PENTTILA,  J.,  F. NICHY,  J. ROPES (deceased),  L. DERY,  and A. JEARLD,  JR.  1988.  Methods and equipment.  Pages 7-16 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

70. PEREIRA,  J.  1988.  Morphological effects of mercury exposure on windowpane flounder gills as observed by scanning electron microscopy.  J. Fish Biol. 33: 571-580.

71. PEREZ FARFANTE,  I.  1988.  Illustrated key to penaeoid shrimps of commerce in the Americas.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 64.  32 pp.

72. PERRY,  D.M.,  J.S. Weis,  and P. Weis.  1988.  Cytogenetic effects of methylmercury in embryos of the killifish,  Fundulus heteroclitus.  Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 17: 569-574.

73. PETERSON,  A.E.,  JR.  1988.  Future of Atlantic salmon management: Law of the Sea/fairsharing.  Mar. Rec. Fish. 12: 175-181.

74. POLACHECK,  T.  1988.  Analysis of the relationship between the distribution of searching effort,  tuna catches,  and dolphin sightings within individual purse seine cruises.  Fish. Bull.,  U.S. 86(2): 351-356.

75. POTTHOFF,  T.,  S. Kelley,  and L.A. Collins.  1988.  Osteological development of the red snapper,  Lutjanus campechanus (Lutjanidae).  Bull. Mar. Sci. 43(1): 1-40.

76. PRATT,  H.L.,  JR.  1988.  Elasmobranch gonad structure: a description and survey.  Copeia 1988(3): 719-729.

77. ROBOHM,  R.A.  1988.  Pasteurellosis of striped bass.  Pages 362-366 in C.J. Sindermann and D.V. Lightner,  eds. Developments in aquaculture and fisheries science 17: Disease diagnosis and control in North American marine aquaculture,  2nd,  rev. ed.  Elsevier,  New York.

78. ROPES,  J.W. (deceased).  1988.  Ocean quahog,  Arctica islandica.  Pages 129-132 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

79. ROPES,  J.W. (deceased),  and G.R. SHEPHERD.  1988.  Surf clam,  Spisula solidissima.  Pages 125-128 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish.  Serv.] 72.

80. Rowe,  G.T.,  R. THEROUX,  W. PHOEL,  H. Quinby,  R. Wilke,  D. Koschoreck,  T.E. Whitledge,  P.G. Falkowski,  and C. Fray.  1988.  Benthic carbon budgets for the continental shelf south of New England.  Contin. Shelf Res. 8(5-7): 511-527.

81. SHEPHERD,  G.R.  1988.  Weakfish,  Cynoscion regalis.  Pages 71-76 in J. Penttila and L.M. Dery,  eds. Age determination methods for Northwest Atlantic species. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat.  Mar. Fish. Serv.] 72.

82. SHERMAN,  K.  1988.  Large marine ecosystems as global units for recruitment experiments.  Pages 459-476 in B.J. Rothschild,  ed. Toward a theory on biological-physical interactions in the world ocean. Kluwer Academic Publishers,  Dodrecht,  The Netherlands.

83. SHERMAN,  K.,  M. GROSSLEIN,  D. MOUNTAIN,  D. BUSCH,  J. O'REILLY,  and R. THEROUX.  1988.  The continental shelf ecosystem off the Northeast coast of the United States.  Pages 279-337 in H. Postma and J.J. Zijlstra,  eds. Ecosystems of the world 27: continental shelves. Elsevier,  New York.

84. SHERMAN,  K.,  and A.F. Ryan.  1988.  Antarctic marine living resources.  Oceanus 31(2): 59-63.

85. SINDERMANN,  C.J.  1988.  Biological indicators and biological effects of estuarine/coastal pollution.  Water Resour. Bull. 24(5): 931-939.

86. SINDERMANN,  C.J.  1988.  Disease risks in marine farming.  Pages 35-44 in E. Grimaldi and H. Rosenthal,  eds. Efficiency in aquaculture production: disease control -- proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Aquafarming "Acquacoltura '86, " October 9-10,  1986,  Verona,  Italy. Edizioni del Sole 24 Ore,  Milan.

87. SINDERMANN,  C.J.,  ed.  1988.  Environmental quality and aquaculture systems: proceedings of the 13th U.S.-Japan Meeting on Aquaculture,  October 24-25,  1984,  Mie,  Japan.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 69.  50 pp.

88. SINDERMANN,  C.J.,  and D.V. Lightner,  eds.  1988.  Disease diagnosis and control in North American marine aquaculture,  2nd ed.  Elsevier Science Publishers,  New York.  431 pp.  (No copies available.)

89. SISSENWINE,  M.P.  1988.  Comments on the biological basis of management of the commercial fisheries of the eastern Bering Sea,  and some relevant observations about fisheries management off New England.  Pages 210-216 in W.S. Wooster,  ed. Lecture notes on coastal and estuarine studies 28: fishery science and management--objectives and limitations.  Springer-Verlag,  New York.

90. SISSENWINE,  M.P.,  M.J. FOGARTY,  and W.J. OVERHOLTZ.  1988.  Some fisheries management implications of recruitment variability.  Pages 129-152 in J.A. Gulland,  ed. Fish population dynamics,  2nd ed.  John Wiley & Sons,  Ltd.,  New York.

91. Smolowitz,  R.J.,  and F.M. SERCHUK.  1988.  Marine fisheries technology -- status and trends.  Mar. Technol. Soc. J. 22(1): 71-72.

92. STEIMLE,  F.W.,  JR.,  and R.J. TERRANOVA.  1988.  Energy contents of Northwest Atlantic continental slope organisms.  Deep-Sea Res. 35(3): 415-423.

93. UKELES,  R.,  and G.H. WIKFORS.  1988.  Nutritional value of microalgae cultured in the absence of vitamins for growth of juvenile oysters,  Crassostrea virginica.  J. Shellfish Res. 7(3): 381-387.

*94. VECCHIONE,  M.  1987.  Commercial fishing for gulf butterfish,  Peprilus burti,  in the Gulf of Mexico.  Mar. Fish. Rev. 49(4): 14-22.

*95. VECCHIONE,  M.  1987.  Variability in the distribution of late-stage oyster larvae in the Calcasieu Estuary.  Contrib. Mar. Sci. 30: 77-90.

96. VECCHIONE,  M.  1988.  In-situ observations on a large squid-spawning bed in the eastern Gulf of Mexico.  Malacologia 29(1): 135-141.

97. WILLIAMS,  A.B.  1988.  Conjoined twin adult shrimp (Decapoda: Penaeidae).  Fish. Bull.,  U.S. 86(3): 595-597.

98. WILLIAMS,  A.B.  1988.  Indo-Pacific spiny lobsters in the U.S. National Museum of Natural History collected from 1963 to 1981 (Decapoda: Palinuridea).  Crustaceana 55(3): 313-316.

99. WILLIAMS,  A.B.  1988.  New marine decapod crustaceans from waters influenced by hydrothermal discharge,  brine,  and hydrocarbon seepage.  Fish. Bull.,  U.S. 86(2): 263-287.

100. WILLIAMS,  A.B.  1988.  Notes on decapod and euphausiid crustaceans,  continental margin,  western Atlantic,  Georges Bank to western Florida,  USA.  Fish. Bull.,  U.S. 86(1): 67-76.

101. WILLIAMS,  A.B.,  with collaboration of I. Dore.  1988.  Lobsters of the world -- an illustrated guide: lobsters of the world in U.S. trade.  Osprey Books,  Huntington,  N.Y.  186 pp.

*102. Winn,  H.E.,  C.A. PRICE,  and P.W. Sorenson.  1986.  The distributional biology of the right whale (Eubalaena glacialis) in the western North Atlantic.  Pages 129-138 in R.L. Brownell,  Jr.,  P.B. Best,  and J.H. Prescott,  eds. Right whales: past and present status. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Rep. 10.

Publications in Non-Peer-Reviewed Media

103. ARMSTRONG,  R.,  V. TANG,  and G. WOOD.  1988.  Sea-surface wind stress anomalies in 1981-87 off the northeastern U.S.A.  NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Org.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 88/86.  Ser. No. N1538.  14 pp.

*104. BARTON,  K.W.  1987.  Report of water masses receiving wastes from ocean dumping at the 106 Mile Dumpsite: October 1,  1986 through September 30,  1987.  [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.,  Northeast Fish. Ctr., ] Mar. Climatol. Invest. Data Anal. Prod. No. 24.  14 pp.

105. BARTON,  K.W.,  and M.H. SANO.  1988.  Anticyclonic warm core Gulf Stream rings off the northeastern United States during 1987.  NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Org.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 88/07.  Ser. No. N1442.  22 pp.

*106. BENWAY,  R.L.  1987.  Ships of opportunity (SOOP) 1972-1987: data quality and logistical problems in SOOP monitoring in the Gulf of Mexico and off the northeast U.S. coast.  Report prepared for SEAS [Shipboard Environmental Data Acquisition System] Field Operations Workshop,  December 1987,  Washington,  D.C.  Available from National Marine Fisheries Service,  28 Tarzwell Dr.,  Narragansett,  RI 02882-1199.

107. BENWAY,  R.L.  1988.  Water column thermal structure across the shelf and slope southeast of Sandy Hook,  New Jersey in 1987.  NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Org.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 88/06.  Ser. No. N1441.  7 pp.

108. BENWAY,  R.L.,  and J.W. JOSSI.  1988.  Expendable bathythermograph observations from the NMFS/MARAD Ship of Opportunity Program for 1987.  [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.,  Northeast Fish. Ctr., ] Mar. Climatol. Invest. Data Anal. Prod. No. 25.  18 pp.

*109. BERMAN,  M.S.,  and J.R. GREEN.  1987.  Changes in the zooplankton community structure across a water mass entrained by a warm core ring.  [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.,  Northeast Fish. Ctr., ] Narragansett Lab. Ref. Doc. No. 87-14.  19 pp.

110. BERRIEN,  P.  1988.  Atlantic mackerel,  Scomber scombrus,  total annual egg production and spawner biomass estimates for the Gulf of St. Lawrence and northeastern United States waters,  1987.  [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.,  Northeast Fish. Ctr., ] Sandy Hook Lab. Rep. No. 88-02.  17 pp.

111. BERRIEN,  P.,  and M.P. SISSENWINE.  1988.  Use of egg data to estimate total finfish biomass for the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem.  Pages 26-48 in W.G. Smith,  ed. An analysis and evaluation of ichthyoplankton survey data from the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-57.

112. BUCKLEY,  L.J. and E.M. CALDARONE.  1988.  Recent growth and biochemical composition of juvenile,  young-of-year winter flounder from different areas of Narragansett Bay.  Final report to Narragansett Bay Project.  Available from National Marine Fisheries Service,  28 Tarzwell Dr.,  Narragansett,  RI 02882-1199.  41 pp.

113. CALABRESE,  A.,  L.J. BUCKLEY,  and J.C. POWELL.  1988.  Contaminants in Hudson-Raritan Estuary water and influence of cold storage upon its chemical composition.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-53.  37 pp.

*114. COHEN,  E.B.,  J.R. GREEN,  D.C. POTTER,  and B.P. HAYDEN.  1985.  Some preliminary results of juvenile cod and haddock studies on Georges Bank in 1984 and 1985.  Int. Counc. Explor. Sea C.M. [Comm. Mem.] 1985/G:74.  23 pp.

115. COLLETTE,  B.B.,  and K.E. Hartel.  1988.  An annotated list of the fishes of Massachusetts Bay.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-51.  70 pp.

*116. COLTON,  J.B.,  JR. (deceased).  1987.  The distribution of juvenile haddock in the Gulf of Maine and Middle Atlantic Bight in relation to year class strength fluctuations.  [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.,  Northeast Fish. Ctr., ] Narragansett Lab. Ref. Doc. No. 87-07.  16 pp.

117. CONSERVATION & UTILIZATION DIVISION,  NORTHEAST FISHERIES CENTER.  1988.  Status of the fishery resources off the northeastern United States for 1988.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-63.  135 pp.

118. Cook,  S.,  R. BENWAY,  W. Krug,  M. Nestlebush,  A. Picciolo,  W. Richardson,  P. Stevens,  and B. Zegowitz.  1988.  Volunteer observing ships and the U.S. government--a winning partnership.  Pages 1400-1404 in Oceans '88: proceedings,  vol. 4. Marine Technology Society,  Washington,  D.C.

119. Cristini,  A.,  and R. REID.  1988.  Effects of contaminants on the fauna of the Hudson-Raritan Estuary,  and risks to humans from consuming estuary fauna.  Pages XII-1 - XII-13 in Water quality of New Jersey coastal waters,  vol. 1,  part 2: The Hudson-Raritan: state of the estuary--appendix.  New Jersey Marine Sciences Consortium,  Fort Hancock,  N.J.

*120. DOW,  D.,  J.A. Browder,  and A.L. Frick.  1987.  Modeling the effects of coastal change on marine resources.  Pages 221-227 in Wetland and riparian ecosystems of the American West: proceedings of the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Society of Wetland Scientists,  May 26-29,  1987,  Seattle,  Wash.  Available from U. S. Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington,  D.C.

121. DRAXLER,  A.F.J.  1988.  A model of sediment biogeochemistry at the sewage sludge accumulation site for 1983-1989.  [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.,  Northeast Fish. Ctr., ] Sandy Hook Lab. Rep. No. 88-03.  10 pp.

122. ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES DIVISION,  NORTHEAST FISHERIES CENTER.  1988.  A plan for study: response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-55.

123. EVANS-ZETLIN,  C.A.,  and J.E. O'REILLY.  1988.  Phytoplankton abundance and community size composition in the Middle Atlantic Bight.  Pages 91-109 in A.L. Pacheco,  ed. Characterization of the Middle Atlantic Water Management Unit of the Northeast Regional Action Plan. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-56.

124. GIBSON,  J.A.  1988.  An indexed bibliography of Northeast Fisheries Center publications and reports for 1987.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-58.  20 pp.

*125. GRISWOLD,  C.A.,  and J.R. Losee.  1987.  Observations of gelatinous zooplankton and measurements of vertical bioluminescence in the Gulf of Maine and on Georges Bank.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Symp. Ser. for Undersea Res. 2(2): 71-84.

*126. GROSSLEIN,  M.D.  1987.  Synopsis of knowledge of the recruitment process for Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus),  with special reference to Georges Bank.  NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] Sci. Counc. Stud. 11: 91-108.

127. GROSSLEIN,  M.D.,  and F.M. SERCHUK.  1988.  United States research report for 1987.  NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] SCS [Sci. Counc. Summ.] Doc. 88/08.  Ser. No. N1435.  10 pp.

128. HAUSER,  J.W.,  M.P. SISSENWINE,  and W.W. MORSE.  1988.  A model to evaluate spawning stock size estimates derived from larval abundance.  Pages 73-111 in W.G. Smith,  ed. An analysis and evaluation of ichthyoplankton survey data from the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-57.

129. INGHAM,  M.C.  1988.  Summary of physical oceanographic findings in the vicinity of the 106-Mile Dumpsite,  1983-88.  Report available from National Marine Fisheries Service,  28 Tarzwell Dr.,  Narragansett,  RI 02882-1199.  19 pp.

130. INGHAM,  M.C.,  and G.B. WOOD.  1988.  Air temperature and wind speed anomalies in 1981-1987 at coastal weather stations in the northeastern U.S.A.  NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Org.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 88/85.  Ser. No. N1537.  11 pp.

131. JEFFRESS,  D.,  and F.W. STEIMLE.  1988.  The horseshoe crab.  Underwater Nat. 17(3): 19-22.

*132. KANE,  J.,  and J. PREZIOSO.  1987.  Utilizing multivariate analysis to reveal patterns in MARMAP survey data.  [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.,  Northeast Fish. Ctr., ] Narragansett Lab. Ref. Doc. No. 87-15.  17 pp.

133. KRZYNOWEK,  J.,  D.L. D'ENTREMONT,  L.J. PANUNZIO,  and R.S. MANEY.  1988.  Purification of omega-3 fatty acids from fish oils using HPLC: an overview.  Pages 74-77 in Proceedings of the first joint conference of the Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological Society of the Americas with the Atlantic Fisheries Technological Society,  November 9-11,  1987,  Orlando,  Fla.  Florida Sea Grant College Program,  Gainesville,  Fla.

134. Langton,  R.W.,  E.W. Langton,  R.B. THEROUX,  and J.R. UZMANN.  1988.  Distribution,  abundance and behavior of sea pens,  Pennatula sp.,  in the Gulf of Maine.  Pages 121-130 in I. Babb and M. DeLuca,  eds. Benthic productivity and marine resources of the Gulf of Maine.  [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin., ] Nat. Undersea Res. Prog. Res. Rep. 88-3.

135. LAURENCE,  G.C.  1988.  Toward a consensus paradigm of early life stage survival of fishes and recruitment research in the face of variability and uncertainty.  Paper No. 11 at ICES 1988 Mini Symposium on the Early Life History of Fish,  October 2-6,  1988,  Bergen,  Norway.  International Council for the Exploration of the Sea,  Copenhagen,  Denmark.  32 pp.

*136. LAURENCE,  G.C.,  E. COHEN,  M. GROSSLEIN,  and R.G. LOUGH.  1987.  Proposed strategies for recruitment research on haddock and cod within the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem.  [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.,  Northeast Fish. Ctr., ]  Narragansett Lab. Ref. Doc. No. 87-02.  10 pp.

*137. LEARSON,  R.J.,  and J.J. LICCIARDELLO.  1985.  Literature reporting of shelf life data. What does it all mean?  Pages 31-38 in Storage lives of chilled and frozen fish and fish products: proceedings of meetings of Commissions C2 & D3,  October 1-3,  1985,  Paris,  France.  International Institute of Refrigeration,  Paris.

138. LEWIS,  E.J.  1988.  Dermo (Perkinsus marinus),  SSO (Haplosporidium costale),  and MSX (Haplosporidium nelsoni) -- current impact on shellfish.  Pages 113-132 in Proceedings of the 1987 Interstate Seafood Seminar,  October 19-22,  1987,  Virginia Beach,  Virginia.  Virginia Department of Health,  Richmond,  Va.

*139. LICCIARDELLO,  J.J.,  E.M. RAVESI,  S.M. GEROW,  and D. D'ENTREMONT.  1985.  Storage characteristics of iced whole Loligo squid.  Pages 249-257 in Storage lives of chilled and frozen fish and fish products: proceedings of meetings of Commissions C2 & D3,  October 1-3,  1985,  Paris,  France.  International Institute of Refrigeration,  Paris.

*140. LOUGH,  R.G.,  and R.W. Trites.  1986.  Chaetognaths and oceanography on Georges Bank.  NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 86/100. Ser. No. N1227.  30 pp.

141. Ludwig,  M.,  and E. GOULD.  1988.  Contaminant input,  fate and biological effects.  Pages 305-322 in A.L. Pacheco,  ed. Characterization of the Middle Atlantic Water Management Unit of the Northeast Regional Action Plan. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-56.

142. MacKENZIE,  C.L.,  JR.  1988.  Shellfish.  Pages 161-175 in A.L. Pacheco,  ed. Characterization of the Middle Atlantic Water Management Unit of the Northeast Regional Action Plan. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-56.

143. MacKENZIE,  C.,  JR.  1988.  The winter dredge fishery for blue crabs in Raritan Bay.  Underwater Nat. 17(4): 7-10.

144. MacKENZIE,  C.L.,  JR.,  and L.L. STEHLIK.  1988.  Aspects of predation on hard clam (Mercenaria mercenaria) populations in northeastern U.S.A. estuaries.  [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.,  Northeast Fish. Ctr., ] Sandy Hook Lab. Rep. No. 88-01.  11 pp.

145. MacKENZIE,  T.P.,  and J.R. NICOLAS.  1988.  Cetaceans,  sea turtles,  and pinnipeds of the Mid-Atlantic Water Management Unit.  Pages 263-304 in A.L. Pacheco,  ed. Characterization of the Middle Atlantic Water Management Unit of the Northeast Regional Action Plan. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-56.

146. MANNING,  J.,  and L. LIERHEIMER.  1988.  Description of 1987 oceanographic conditions on the Northeast continental shelf.  [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv., ] Northeast Fish. Ctr. Ref. Doc. No. 88-01.  35 pp.

147. MATTE,  A.,  and R. WALDHAUER.  1988.  Middle Atlantic Bight nutrient availability.  Pages 73-90 in A.L. Pacheco,  ed. Characterization of the Middle Atlantic Water Management Unit of the Northeast Regional Action Plan.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-56.

148. MORSE,  W.W.  1988.  Length-dependent mortality and an index of spawning biomass from larval abundance.  Pages 49-59 in W.G. Smith,  ed. An analysis and evaluation of ichthyoplankton survey data from the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-57.

149. MORSE,  W.W.  1988.  Variability in MARMAP survey mean catch per tow.  Pages 60-71 in W.G. Smith,  ed. An analysis and evaluation of ichthyoplankton survey data from the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-57.

150. MURAWSKI,  S.A.  1988.  An evaluation of shellfish research in the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea.  Pages 726-731 in Oceans '88: proceedings,  vol. 3.  Marine Technology Society,  Washington,  D.C.

151. MURCHELANO,  R.A.  1988.  Fish as sentinels of environmental health.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-61.  16 pp.

*152. [NORTHEAST FISHERIES CENTER.]  1987.  U.S. Antarctic Marine Living Resources Program ecosystem monitoring survey--1986-87.  AMLR [Antarct. Mar. Living Resour.] Ref. Doc. 2.  Available from National Marine Fisheries Service,  28 Tarzwell Dr.,  Narragansett,  RI 02882-1199.  32 pp.

153. [NORTHEAST FISHERIES CENTER.]  1988.  U.S. Antarctic Marine Living Resources (AMLR) Program ecosystem monitoring survey--1987-88.  AMLR [Antarct. Mar. Living Resour.]  Ref. Doc. 3.  Available from National Marine Fisheries Service,  28 Tarzwell Dr.,  Narragansett,  RI 02882-1199.  27 pp.

154. OVERHOLTZ,  W.J.,  S.A. MURAWSKI,  W.L. MICHAELS,  and L.M. DERY.  1988.  The effects of density dependent population mechanisms on assessment advice for the Northwest Atlantic mackerel stock.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-62.  49 pp.

155. PACHECO,  A.L.,  ed.  1988.  Characterization of the Middle Atlantic Water Management Unit of the Northeast Regional Action Plan.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.]  Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-56.  322 pp.

156. PEARCE,  J.B.  1988.  Events of the summer of '87.  Pages 786-789 in Oceans '88: proceedings,  vol. 3.  Marine Technology Society,  Washington,  D.C.

157. PEARCE,  J.B.  1988.  The ICES Marine Environmental Quality Committee (MEQC); its history and activities.  Pages 732-735 in Oceans '88: proceedings,  vol. 3.  Marine Technology Society,  Washington,  D.C.

*158. Pelletier,  R.E.,  and D.D. Dow.  1987.  A gridding approach to detect patterns of change in coastal wetlands from digital data.  Pages 119-128 in Fall Convention of the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing and the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping,  October 4-7,  1987,  Reno,  Nev.: proceedings. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing,  Falls Church,  Va.

159. PENNINGTON,  M.  1988.  Absolute abundance estimates using trawl and ichthyoplankton survey data.  Pages 112-119 in W.G. Smith,  ed. An analysis and evaluation of ichthyoplankton survey data from the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-57.

160. PRICE-FAIRFIELD,  C.  1988.  The ocean: a view from space.  Maritimes 32(2): 6-8.

161. REID,  R.  1988.  Dissolved oxygen in the Hudson-Raritan Estuary.  Pages VII-1 - VII-6 in Water quality of New Jersey coastal waters,  vol. 1,  part 2: The Hudson-Raritan: state of the estuary -- appendix.  New Jersey Marine Sciences Consortium,  Fort Hancock,  N.J.

162. REID,  R.  1988.  Eutrophication in the Hudson-Raritan estuary.  Pages VIII-1 - VIII-8 in Water quality of New Jersey coastal waters,  vol. 1,  part 2: The Hudson-Raritan: state of the estuary -- appendix.  New Jersey Marine Sciences Consortium,  Fort Hancock,  N.J.

163. REID,  R.N.,  and F.W. STEIMLE,  JR.  1988.  Benthic macrofauna of the Middle Atlantic continental shelf.  Pages 125-160 in A.L. Pacheco,  ed. Characterization of the Middle Atlantic Water Management Unit of the Northeast Regional Action Plan. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-56.

164. SERCHUK,  F.M.,  and S.E. WIGLEY.  1988.  Status of sea scallop resources off the northeastern United States.  1988.  [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.,  Northeast Fish. Ctr., ] Woods Hole Lab. Ref. Doc. No. 88-03.  30 pp.

*165. SHERMAN,  K.  1987.  Large marine ecosystems as global units for recruitment experiments.  Int. Counc. Explor. Sea C.M. [Comm. Mem.] 1987/L:38.  17 pp.

*166. SHERMAN,  K.  1987.  Origins and implementation of the Antarctic Marine Living Resources (AMLR) Program.  AMLR [Antarct. Mar. Living. Resour.] Ref. Doc. 1.  Available from National Marine Fisheries Service,  28 Tarzwell Dr.,  Narragansett,  RI 02882-1199.  30 pp.

*167. SHERMAN,  K. (Chairman).  1987.  Report of the Working Group on Larval Fish Ecology to the Biological Oceanography Committee of ICES.  Int. Counc. Explor. Sea C.M. [Comm. Mem.] 1987/L:28.  81 pp.

*168. SHERMAN,  K.,  and G.D. Grice.  1987.  Report of activities: Biological Oceanography Committee.  Int. Counc. Explor. Sea C.M. [Comm. Mem.] 1987/L:1 + Addendum.  8 pp.

169. SHERMAN,  K.  1988.  Ichthyoplankton surveys: a strategy for monitoring fisheries change in a large marine ecosystem.  Pages 3-9 in W.G. Smith,  ed. An analysis and evaluation of ichthyoplankton survey data from the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-57.

170. SHERMAN,  K.,  contrib.  1988.  Pages 146-147 in M.E. Paden,  ed.  World resources 1988-89: an assessment of the resource base that supports the global economy.  Basic Books,  New York.

171. SHERMAN,  K.  1988.  Report of the fourteenth annual meeting of the Advisory Committee of the Plankton Sorting and Identification Center at NMFS/NEFC,  Narragansett Laboratory,  Narragansett,  Rhode Island,  USA,  June 6-10,  1988.  Available from National Marine Fisheries Service,  28 Tarzwell Dr.,  Narragansett,  RI 02882-1199.  27 pp.

172. SHERMAN,  K.,  and D.A. BUSCH,  contribs.  1988.  Fishery resource assessment programs.  Folio map no. 7 in A national atlas: health and use of coastal waters,  United States of America.  Available from National Ocean Service,  Washington,  DC 20235.

173. SHERMAN,  K.,  J.R. GREEN,  M. BERMAN,  J.R. GOULET,  and L. Ejsymont.  1988.  Zooplankton of the Northeast Shelf Ecosystem with a focus on waters of Southern New England and the Mid-Atlantic Bight.  Pages 111-124 in A.L. Pacheco,  ed. Characterization of the Middle Atlantic Water Management Unit of the Northeast Regional Action Plan. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-56.

174. SHERMAN,  K.,  and A. RYAN.  1988.  CCAMLR/AMLR Program research issues and needs for 1988-1989.  AMLR [Antarct. Mar. Living Resour.] Ref. Doc. 4.  Available from National Marine Fisheries Service,  28 Tarzwell Dr.,  Narragansett,  RI 02882-1199.  13 pp.

175. SINDERMANN,  C.J.  1988.  Epizootic ulcerative syndromes in coastal/estuarine fish.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-54.  37 pp.

176. SISSENWINE,  M.P.  1988.  A quick method of estimating absolute biomass from a time series of relative biomass and catch data.  New Zeal. Fish. Assess. Res. Doc. 88/3.  4 pp.

177. SISSENWINE,  M.P.  1988.  Executive summary.  Pages iii-v in W.G. Smith,  ed. An analysis and evaluation of ichthyoplankton survey data from the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-57.

178. SISSENWINE,  M.P.  1988.  Introduction.  Pages 1-2 in W.G. Smith,  ed. An analysis and evaluation of ichthyoplankton survey data from the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-57.

179. SISSENWINE,  M.P.  1988.  Vulnerability and availability of fish to trawls.  New Zeal. Fish. Assess. Res. Doc. 88/2.  3 pp.

180. SMITH,  T.,  M. Payne,  D. Heinemann,  G. WARING,  and A. LANGE.  1988.  Utility of cetacean and seabird sighting surveys conducted during fishery surveys.  Int. Counc. Explor. Sea C.M. [Comm. Mem.] 1988/N:5.  40 pp.

*181. SMITH,  W.G.,  and E. JOHNSON.  1986.  Contrasts in distribution patterns of larval Atlantic herring in the Georges Bank area,  early 1970's vs early 1980's.  NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 86/93.  Ser. No. N1219.  13 pp.

182. SMITH,  W.G.  1988.  A comparison of information content from trawl and ichthyoplankton surveys.  Pages 19-25 in W.G. Smith,  ed. An analysis and evaluation of ichthyoplankton survey data from the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-57.

183. SMITH,  W.G.,  ed.  1988.  An analysis and evaluation of ichthyoplankton survey data from the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-57.  132 pp.

184. SMITH,  W.G.,  and J. GOULET.  1988.  MARMAP ichthyoplankton surveys: an overview of methods and data base management.  Pages 10-18 in W.G. Smith,  ed. An analysis and evaluation of ichthyoplankton survey data from the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-57.

185. SMITH,  W.,  and W. MORSE.  1988.  Seasonal distribution,  abundance and diversity patterns of fish eggs and larvae in the Middle Atlantic Bight.  Pages 177-189 in A.L. Pacheco,  ed. Characterization of the Middle Atlantic Water Management Unit of the Northeast Regional Action Plan. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-56.

186. Smolowitz,  R.J.,  and F.M. SERCHUK.  1988.  Marine fisheries technology in the United States: status,  trends and future directions.  Pages 975-979 in Oceans '88: proceedings,  vol. 4.  Marine Technology Society,  Washington,  D.C.

187. STROUT,  G.A.  1988.  Variation in the shelf water front position in 1987 from Georges Bank to Cape Hatteras.  NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Org.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 88/08.  Ser. No. N1443.  8 pp.

188. STUDHOLME,  A.  1988.  Biological resources of the Hudson-Raritan Estuary.  Pages X-1 - X-22 in Water quality of New Jersey coastal waters,  vol. 1,  part 2: The Hudson-Raritan: state of the estuary -- appendix.  New Jersey Marine Sciences Consortium,  Fort Hancock,  N.J.

189. STUDHOLME,  A.L.  1988.  An overview of the biological resources of the Hudson-Raritan Estuary.  Pages 59-93 in NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Estuary-of-the-Month Seminar Ser. No. 9.  NOAA Estuarine Programs Office,  Washington,  D.C.

190. SURVEY WORKING GROUP,  NORTHEAST FISHERIES CENTER.  1988.  An evaluation of the bottom trawl survey program of the Northeast Fisheries Center.  NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-52.  83 pp.

191. THURBERG,  F.P.  1988.  The ICES Working Group on Biological Effects of Contaminants: a case study.  Pages 736-739 in Oceans '88: proceedings,  vol. 3.  Marine Technology Society,  Washington,  D.C.

*192. TINKER,  B.L.,  J.W. Slavin,  R.J. LEARSON,  and V.G. AMPOLA.  1985.  Evaluation of automated time-temperature monitoring system in measuring the freshness of chilled fish.  Pages 281-291 in Storage lives of chilled and frozen fish and fish products: proceedings of meetings of Commissions C2 & C3,  October 1-3,  1985.  Paris,  France.  International Institute of Refrigeration,  Paris.

193. WILK,  S.J.,  A.L. PACHECO,  and B. Baker.  1988.  Fish and fisheries of the Middle Atlantic Bight.  Pages 191-261 in A.L. Pacheco,  ed. Characterization of the Middle Atlantic Water Management Unit of the Northeast Regional Action Plan. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Mem. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-56.

194. WOOD,  G.,  and V. TANG.  1988.  Sea-surface temperature anomalies off the northeastern U.S.A. during 1981-86.  NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Org.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 88/84.  Ser. No. N1536.  7 pp.

195. Youngbluth,  M.J.,  T.G. Bailey,  P.J. Davoll,  C.A. Jacoby,  P.I. Blades-Eckelbarger,  and C.A. GRISWOLD.  1988.  Epibenthic krill impact particle and food webs: detection by submersible.  Pages 205-214 in I. Babb and M. DeLuca,  eds. Benthic productivity and marine resources of the Gulf of Maine. [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Nat. Undersea Res. Prog. Res. Rep. 88-3.

196. Zdanowicz VS, Gadbois D, Newman M. 1988. National Status & Trends Program: Benthic Surveillance Project, 1984 : summary report 1984-86. US Dept Commerce, NOAA NMFS Northeast Fisheries Science Center; 38 p.

Published Abstracts

196. Anderson,  D.P.,  O.W. Dixon,  and J.E. BODAMMER.  1988.  Suppression of numbers of antigen-producing cells from striped bass and rainbow trout spleen organ section cultures exposed to copper in vitro.  Page 200 in Conference handbook of the International Fish Health Conference,  July 19-21,  1988,  Vancouver,  Canada.  American Fisheries Society,  Bethesda,  Md.  (Abstr.)

197. Bishop,  G.A.,  and A.B. WILLIAMS.  1988.  Fossil crabs from the Teepee Buttes of South Dakota.  Amer. Zool. 28(4): 2A.  (Abstr.)

198. BODAMMER,  J.E.,  D.P. Anderson,  and O.W. Dixon.  1988.  Observations on the cytology of the spleen and anterior kidney of the striped bass (Morone saxatilis).  Page 94 in Conference handbook of the International Fish Health Conference,  July 19-21,  1988,  Vancouver,  Canada.  American Fisheries Society,  Bethesda,  Md.  (Abstr.)

199. Burreson,  E.,  A. Villalba,  and C.A. FARLEY.  1988.  A new protozoan disease of uncertain affinity from Crassostrea virginica.  Page 35 in Abstracts of the Third International Colloquium on Pathology in Marine Aquaculture,  October 2-6,  1988,  Gloucester Point,  Virginia.  Virginia Institute of Marine Science,  Gloucester Point,  Va.  (Abstr.)

*200. DOW,  D.,  R. Pelletier,  C. Clark,  D. Brannon,  and L. Gunderson.  1987.  Remote sensing studies of the Florida Everglades conducted in support of the methane flux study.  Pages 326-328 in Abstracts of the Space Life Sciences Symposium on Three Decades of Life Science Research in Space,  June 21-26,  1987,  Washington,  D.C.  National Aeronautics and Space Administration,  Washington,  D.C.  (Abstr.)

*201. Pelletier,  R.,  D. DOW,  C. Clark,  D. Brannon,  D. Bartlett,  K. Bartlett,  R. Harriss,  and D. Sebacher.  1987.  GIS implementation for methane flux estimates from the Shark River Slough of the Florida Everglades.  Pages 331-333 in Abstracts of the Space Life Sciences Symposium on Three Decades of Life Science Research in Space,  June 21-26,  1987,  Washington,  D.C.  National Aeronautics and Space Administration,  Washington,  D.C.  (Abstr.)

202. PEREIRA,  J.J.,  E.J. LEWIS,  JR.,  and R.L. Spallone.  1988.  Gill bifurcations in winter flounder from three stations in Long Island Sound.  Collected abstracts of the 13th Annual Eastern Fish Health Workshop,  June 16-18,  1988,  Orono,  Maine.  University of Maine,  Orono,  Maine.  (Abstr.)

203. WIKFORS,  G.H.,  G.E. FERRIS,  and B.C. SMITH.  1988.  Comparing algal diets for juvenile clams and oysters under controlled laboratory conditions.  Abstract No. 304 in Program abstracts of the World Aquaculture Society 19th Annual Meeting,  January 2-9,  1988,  Honolulu,  Hawaii.  Available from National Marine Fisheries Service,  212 Rogers Ave.,  Milford,  CT 06460-6499.


Indices

Organisms

        The American Fisheries Society (AFS) has published lists of the scientific and common names of fishes,  mollusks,  and crustaceans,  respectively: 1) Robins,  C.R. (Chair.),  R.M. Bailey,  C.E. Bond,  J.R. Brooker,  E.A. Lachner,  R.N. Lea,  and W.B. Scott.  1980.  A list of common and scientific names of fishes from the United States and Canada.  Amer. Fish. Soc. Spec. Pub. No. 12.  174 pp.; 2) Turgeon,  D.D. (Chair.),  A.E. Bogan,  E.V. Coan,  W.K. Emerson,  W.G. Lyons,  W.L. Pratt,  C.F.E. Roper,  A. Scheltema,  F.G. Thompson,  and J.D. Williams.  1988.  Common and scientific names of aquatic invertebrates from the United States and Canada: mollusks.  Amer. Fish. Soc. Spec. Pub. No. 16.  278 pp.; and 3) Williams,  A.B. (Chair.),  L.G. Abele,  D.L. Felder,  H.H. Hobbs,  Jr.,  R.B. Manning,  P.A. McLaughlin,  and I. Perez Farfante.  1989.  Common and scientific names of aquatic invertebrates from the United States and Canada: decapod crustaceans.  Amer. Fish. Soc. Spec. Pub. No. 17.  77 pp.  For those species covered by the AFS lists,  only the common name -- if there is one -- is mentioned in the following index.  For organisms covered by the AFS lists for which no common name exists,  the scientific name is mentioned,  followed by the encompassing order and family names within parentheses.

        For organisms not covered by the AFS lists,  if they have common names,  then the common name is mentioned,  followed by the scientific name.  If they don't have common names,  then the scientific name is mentioned,  followed by -- for higher/more advanced life forms -- the encompassing order and family name within parentheses,  or -- for lower/more primitive life forms -- a generic descriptor within parentheses (e.g.,  bacteria,  algae,  siphonophores).
 

Acadian redfish 42, 67, 117, 127
Archromobacter spp. (bacteria) 12
Alaska king crab 87
Alvinocaris markensis (Decapoda: Bresiliidae) (sp.n.) 99
A. muricola (Decapoda: Bresiliidae) (sp.n.) 99
A. stactophila (Decapoda: Bresiliidae) (sp.n.) 99
alewife 117
American lobster 2, 37, 38, 117
American plaice 22, 67, 117
American shad 10, 117
anadromous fish 5, 10, 11, 73, 77, 117, 127, 196, 198
anchovy -- see bay anchovy
Anguilla anguilla -- see European eel
Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella) 152
Arctocephalus gazella -- see Antarctic fur seal
arrow worm -- see Sagitta elegans
Atlantic cod 8, 16, 52, 64, 67, 114, 117, 125, 127, 135, 148, 167, 175, 183, 192
Atlantic herring 23, 45, 67, 117, 127, 167, 181
Atlantic mackerel 24, 67, 110, 117, 127, 154
Atlantic menhaden 40, 168, 175
Atlantic salmon 73
Atlantic surfclam 7, 59, 67, 79, 117, 142, 155
Atlantic tomcod 10
Atlantic wolffish 117

bacteria 12, 13, 168
barndoor skate 117
barramundi (Lates calcarifer) 175
bass -- see black sea bass or striped bass
bay anchovy 10, 168
bay scallop 59
benthos 2, 6, 7, 12, 13, 22, 33-35, 37-39, 43, 44, 47-49, 53, 54, 59-61, 67, 
71, 78-80, 83, 87, 93, 95, 97-101,  117, 127, 131, 138, 142-144, 150, 151, 155, 163, 164, 188, 189, 195, 197, 199, 203
bivalve mollusk 6, 7, 12, 13, 3335, 39, 43, 44, 54, 59, 67, 78, 79, 87, 93, 95, 97, 
117, 127, 138, 142, 144, 150, 155, 164, 199, 203
black sea bass 29, 67, 117
blueback herring 117
blue crab 47, 143
bluefin tuna 168
bluefish 40, 117
blue mussel 6, 7, 33, 59
bream -- see red sea bream
butterfish 25, 67, 117, 127,  see also gulf butterfish
Bythograea mesatlantica (Decapoda: Bythograeidae) (sp.n.) 99

cartilaginous fish 30, 53, 56, 58, 76, 117
cetacean 145, 155, 180
chaetognath -- see Sagitta elegans
chinstrap penguin (Pygoscelis antarctica) 152
clearnose skate 117
cod -- see Atlantic cod
cownose ray 53
crab -- see Alaska king crab,  blue crab,  green crab,  or horseshoe crab
crustacean -- see decapod crustacean
cusk 117

decapod crustacean 2, 6, 37, 47-49, 71, 87, 97-101, 117, 143, 197
dermo (Perkinsus marinus) 138
dinoflagellate 7, 20, 55
dogfish -- see spiny dogfish
dolphin -- see spotted dolphin
drum -- see red drum
Dunaliella tertiolecta (microalgae) 203

eastern oyster 12, 13, 34, 93, 95, 138, 199, 203
edible oyster (Ostrea edulis) 35
eel -- see European eel
eel grass (Zostera marina) 54
Eubalaena glacialis see right whale
euphausiid 100, 195
European eel (Anguilla anguilla) 175

flatfish  22, 28, 29, 36, 60, 66, 67, 70, 112, 117, 148, 151, 159, 183, 202
Flavobacterium spp. (bacteria) 12
flounder -- see summer flounder,  winter flounder,  witch flounder,  or yellowtail flounder
fur seal -- see Antarctic fur seal

gelatinous zooplankton -- see Nanomia cara
Glycera dibranchiata (Polychaeta: Glyceridae) 61
Gonyaulax cantenella (dinoflagellate) 7
G. tamarensis (dinoflagellate) 7, 20, 55
green crab 6
groundfish 3, 4, 8, 16, 22, 26-29, 36, 42, 52, 60, 64-67, 70, 112, 114, 116, 117, 125, 
127, 135, 148, 151-153, 159, 167, 175, 183, 192, 202
gulf butterfish 94
gulf menhaden 168

haddock 3, 8, 16, 65, 67, 114, 116, 117, 127, 135, 167
hake -- see red hake,  silver hake,  or white hake
Haplosporidium costale see SSO
H. nelsoni -- see MSX
hard clam -- see northern quahog
herring -- see Atlantic herring,  blueback herring,  or river herring
horse mackerel (Trachurus japonicus) 87
horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) 131

ichthyoplankton 110, 127, 132, 152, 153, 168, 169, 177, 178, 182-184

killifish 72
king crab -- see Alaska king crab
king mackerel 168
krill 100, 152, 153, 174, 195

Lates calcarifer -- see barramundi
Limulus polyphemus -- see horseshoe crab
little skate 117
lobster -- see American lobster or spiny lobster
Loligo sp. (Teuthoidea: Loliginidae) 6, 117, 127, 139
longfin squid 117, 127, 139

mackerel -- see Atlantic mackerel,  horse mackerel,  king mackerel,  or Spanish mackerel
mammal -- see marine mammal
marine mammal 50, 74, 102, 145, 152, 153, 155, 180
Meganyctiphanes norvegica (Amphipoda: Euphausiidae) 195
menhaden -- see Atlantic menhaden or gulf menhaden
microalgae 93, 203
mollusk 6, 7, 12, 13, 33-35, 39, 43, 44, 54, 59, 67, 78, 79, 87, 93, 95, 96, 117, 
127, 138, 139, 142, 144, 150, 155, 164, 199, 203
MSX (Haplosporidium nelsoni) 138
mullet -- see striped mullet
Munidopsis alvisca (Decapoda: Galatheidae) (sp.n.) 99
mussel -- see blue mussel or ribbed mussel

Nanomia cara (siphonophore) 125
Nephtys caeca (Polychaeta: Nephthydidae) 61
Nereis virens (Polychaeta: Nereidae) 61
northern quahog 13, 144, 203
northern shortfin squid 117, 127
northern shrimp 117
nutclam -- see smooth nutclam

ocean pout 117
ocean quahog 67, 78, 117, 142, 155
Olympia oyster 35
Ostrea edulis -- see edible oyster
Ostreola commercialis -- see Sydney rock oyster
oyster -- see eastern oyster,  edible oyster,  Olympia oyster,  Pacific oyster,  pearl oyster,  or Sydney rock oyster

Pacific angel shark 58
Pacific oyster 35
Pacific sleeper shark 30
Pagrus major -- see red sea bream
pearl oyster 87
pelagic fish 23-25, 40, 41, 45, 67, 74, 87, 94, 110, 117, 125, 127, 154, 167, 168, 175, 181
penaeoid shrimp (Decapoda: Penaeoidea) 71
penguin 152, 153
Pennatula spp. -- see sea pen
perch -- see white perch
Perkinsus marinus -- see dermo
phytoplankton 20, 40, 55, 93, 123, 127, 152, 155 188, 189, 203
pinniped 145, 152, 155
plaice -- see American plaice
plankton 20, 40, 55, 83, 93, 109, 110, 123, 125, 127, 132, 152, 153, 155, 168, 
169, 171, 173, 177, 178, 182-184, 188, 189, 195, 203
pollock 4, 67, 117, 127
polychaete 61
pout -- see ocean pout
protozoa 7, 20, 55, 199
Pseudomonas spp. (bacteria) 12
Pygoscelis antarctica -- see chinstrap penguin

quahog -- see northern quahog or ocean quahog

rainbow trout 196
Raja spp. -- see skate
ray -- see cownose ray
red drum 168
redfish -- see Acadian redfish
red hake 26, 67, 117, 127, 175
red sea bream (Pagrus major) 87
red snapper 75
ribbed mussel 7
right whale (Eubalaena glacialis) 50, 102
river herring 10, 117
rock oyster -- see Sydney rock oyster
rosette skate 117
roughback shrimp 97

Sagitta elegans (Chaetognatha) 140
salmon -- see Atlantic salmon
sandbar shark 56
scallop -- see bay scallop or sea scallop
scup 117
sea bass -- see black sea bass
seabird 152, 153, 180
sea bream -- see red sea bream
seal -- see Antarctic fur seal and pinniped
sea pen (Pennatula spp.) 134
sea scallop 39, 43, 44, 117, 127, 142, 155, 164
sea turtle 145, 155
shad -- see American shad
shark 30, 56, 58, 76
shortfin squid -- see northern shortfin squid
shrimp 71, 97, 99, 117
silver hake 27, 67, 117, 127, 148, 183
siphonophore -- see Nanomia cara
skate (Raja spp.) 117
skipjack tuna 74
sleeper shark -- see Pacific sleeper shark
smooth nutclam 6
snailfish (Cyclopteridae: Liparidinae) 1
snapper -- see red snapper
softshell 7, 54
Spanish mackerel 168
spiny dogfish 117
spiny lobster (Decapoda: Palinuridae) 98
spotted dolphin (Stenella attenuata) 74
squid -- see Loligo sp.,  longfin squid,  or northern shortfin squid
SSO (Haplosporidium costale) 138
Stenella attenuata see spotted dolphin
striped bass 5, 10, 11, 77, 117, 127, 196, 198
striped mullet 175
summer flounder 28, 67, 117
surfclam -- see Atlantic surfclam
Sydney rock oyster (Ostreola commercialis) 35

Tetraselmis maculata (microalgae) 203
thorny skate 117
tomcod -- see Atlantic tomcod
Trachurus japonicus -- see horse mackerel
Trachypenaeus similis (Decapoda: Penaeidae) 97
trout -- see rainbow trout
tuna -- see bluefin tuna,  skipjack tuna,  or yellowfin tuna
turtle -- see sea turtle

Urophycis spp. (Gadidae) 26, 67, 11, 127, 148, 175, 183

Vibrio spp. (bacteria) 12, 13
virus 47-49

weakfish 67, 81
whale -- see right whale
white hake 117
white perch 10
windowpane 70
winter flounder 36, 67, 112, 117, 151, 202
winter skate 117
witch flounder 17, 67, 117
wolffish -- see Atlantic wolffish

yellowfin tuna 74
yellowtail flounder 60, 66, 67, 117, 127, 148, 159, 183

zooplankton 83, 109, 125, 127, 132, 152, 155, 168, 173, 188, 189, 195
Zostera marina -- see eel grass


Geographic Areas

       To help the reader,  especially the non-American reader,  locate some of the smaller and/or lesser known geographic areas,  the larger and/or better known geographic areas which encompass or adjoin them are listed within parentheses.
 

Americas 71
Antarctica 84
Asia -- see Southeast Asia
Australasia 175

Barnegat Bay (N.J.) 144
Boston Harbor (Mass.) 151

Calcasieu Lake/Estuary (La.) 95, 120
California 30, 58
Canada 45, 110
Cape Cod (Mass.) 2, 60

Denmark 175

eastern Pacific 74, 99
eastern tropical Pacific 74
Everglades National Park (Fla.) 200, 201
Explorer Ridge (Pac.) 99

Flemish Cap (Can.) 45
Florida 200, 201
France 175

Georges Bank 16, 19, 45, 56, 57, 60, 114, 125, 126, 140, 181
Great South Bay (N.J.) 144
Guaymas Basin (Pac.) 99
Gulf of Maine 108, 116, 125, 134
Gulf of Mexico 94, 96, 99, 106, 108, 168
Gulf of St. Lawrence 110
Gulf Stream 105, 155, 160

Hudson-Raritan Estuary 11, 55, 113, 119, 161, 162, 188, 189
Hudson River (N.Y.) 5, 9, 10, 31, 32

Indo-Pacific Ocean 98

Juan de Fuca Ridge (Pac.) 99

Long Island Sound 12, 202
Louisiana 95, 120

Maine 37
Maryland 199
Massachusetts 2, 60, 115, 151
Massachusetts Bay 115
Mid-Atlantic Rift Valley 99
Middle Atlantic Bight 116, 123, 141, 145, 147, 155, 163, 173, 185, 193
Narragansett Bay (R.I.) 112
New Jersey 11, 20, 40, 54, 55, 104, 107, 113, 119, 121, 122, 127, 129, 143, 
144, 156, 161, 162, 188, 189
New York 5, 9, 10, 11, 31, 32, 104, 113, 121, 122, 127, 129, 144, 161, 162
New York Bight 14, 107, 108, 122, 175
Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem 83
North Sea 167

106-Mile Dumpsite 104, 129

Peru Current 168
Poland 171

Raritan Bay (N.J.) 54, 143
Rhode Island 112

Sandy Hook Bay (N.J.) 40
Santa Barbara (Calf.) 58
Shag Rocks (Antarct.) 153
Shark River Slough (Fla.) 201
South Dakota 197
Southeast Asia 175
southeastern United States 175
Southern New England 60, 80, 155, 173
South Georgia (Antarct.) 153

Teepee Buttes (S.D.) 197
12-Mile Dumpsite 121, 122, 127

Virginia 56, 199

West Florida Escarpment (Gulf of Mex.) 99

York River Estuary (Va.) 41


Topics

abstracts 124
abundance 16, 41, 57, 123, 134, 152, 155, 159, 164, 173, 180, 183, 185, 188, 189
age -- see age & growth
age determination methods 3, 4, 17, 22-29, 36, 42, 64-69, 78, 79
age determination equipment 67, 69, 81
age & growth 3, 8, 16, 38, 58, 93, 126, 127, 135, 153, 167, 203
air temperature 130
algal bloom 162
AMLR see Antarctic Marine Living Resources Program
anatomy 76, 97, 101
Antarctic Marine Living Resources Program (AMLR) 152, 153, 166
aquaculture 7, 13, 86-88, 91, 93, 186, 203
aquarium 87
assessment -- see environmental assessment,  risk assessment,  or stock assessment
availability -- see prey availability or fishery availability

bathythermograph -- see expendable bathythermograph
behavior 85, 102, 114, 134, 140, 168
behavioral effects 61
bibliography 124, 166
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Science 168
bioassay 59
biochemistry 15, 16, 39, 43, 85, 112
biogeochemistry 121
biological indicator 85
biological reference point 89, 90
bioluminescence 125, 155
biomass 83, 163, 176,  see also spawning biomass or total finfish biomass
bloom -- see algal bloom
boat fishery 14
book review 9
bottom trawl survey 179, 190

cadmium 39, 44, 59, 61
cannibalism 148, 183
canyon -- see submarine canyon
carbon budget 80
catch 60, 94, 101, 155, 188, 189, 193
catch per (unit of) effort 60
CCAMLR see Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources
chlorinated hydrocarbons 113, 119
chlorophyll a 132
climatology 194
coastal study -- see estuarine/coastal study
cold-core ring/eddy 160
cold pool 107, 155
collections -- see museum collections
commercial fishery 37, 71, 94, 117, 155, 188, 189, 193
Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources 84, 174
community size composition 123, 155
community structure 109
competition 19
composition -- see community size composition
condition 112
condition factor 15, 16, 40
contaminants 34, 39, 44, 59, 61, 70, 72, 113, 119, 141, 151, 155, 163, 196
contaminant burdens 155, 163
contaminant fates 141, 155
contaminant flow 163
contaminant inputs 141, 155
continental slope 92, 100
co-occurrence -- see species co-occurrence
cooling water -- see power plant cooling water
copper 34, 39, 44, 59
CPE/CPUE see catch per (unit of) effort
creel census 14
currents -- see water currents
cytogenetics 72
cytology 21, 198

data base management 184
density-dependent factor 154
density stratification 155
deoxyribonucleic acid 15
depth preference 57
development -- see ontogenetic development
diet 203
dioxin 119
discharge -- see power plant thermal discharge
disease control 86, 88
diseases & parasites 7, 12, 13, 33-35, 47-49, 77, 85-88, 112, 127, 138, 151, 175, 
    196, 198, 199, 202
dispersal 116
dissolved oxygen 161
distribution 11, 16, 54, 57, 95, 100, 102, 115, 116, 123, 134, 140, 145, 155, 163, 164, 
    180, 18, 185, 188, 189
diversity 155, 185
DNA -- see deoxyribonucleic acid
dominance 155, 173
dredge spoils 155
dumping 104, 121, 122, 156

early life stages 2, 8, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 19, 21, 40, 41, 45, 46, 58, 59, 72, 87, 93, 95, 110-
112, 114, 116, 126, 128, 135, 136, 148, 149, 155, 159, 167, 171, 181, 183, 185, 203
ecological relationships 2, 12, 19, 37, 41, 54, 55, 57, 152
economics 94, 117
ecosystem -- see large marine ecosystem
eddy -- see cold-core ring/eddy or warm-core ring/eddy
effects -- see behavioral effects,  fishing effects,  human effects,  pollutant effects,  or temperature effects
effort -- see catch per (unit of) effort or fishing effort
egg production 110
eggs 11, 21, 110, 111, 128, 135, 155, 159, 183, 185
embryos 13, 21, 58, 72
energy content 92, 155, 163
energy flow 120, 155
energy turnover 163
enhancement -- see resource enhancement
entrainment -- see power plant entrainment
environmental assessment 31, 32, 63
environmental factor 37, 41, 109, 165
environmental impact 5
environmental mitigation 5, 32
environmental quality 151, 157
environmental requirements 142, 155
epizootic 175
estuarine/coastal study 11, 40, 63, 85, 113, 119, 144, 168
eutrophication 162
evaluation -- see research evaluation
expendable bathythermograph 106, 108

factor -- see condition factor,  density-dependent factor,  environmental factor,  or limiting factor
fates -- see contaminant fates
fatty acids -- see omega-3 fatty acids
fecundity 30, 38, 58, 110
feeding 30, 93, 126
finfish biomass -- see total finfish biomass
fish blocks 52
fishery 14, 60, 117, 142, 143, 155, 188, 189, 193,  see also boat fishery,  commercial fishery, 
    mixed-species fishery,  or recreational fishery
fishery availability 94, 179
fishery management 73, 84, 89, 90, 150, 186
fishery technology 7, 51-53, 91, 133, 137, 139, 186, 192
fishing effort 14, 60, 74, 94, 155, 188, 189, 193
fishing gear 91, 94, 143
fishing methods 74, 94
fishing power 60
fish mince 52
fish oil 133
fish scales 3
fish stocking 5, 186
flux -- see methane flux
food habits 40, 56, 127, 153, 168
food web 155, 163, 195
fossils 197
fouling -- see gillnet fouling
fronts 129, 155, 160, 187
frozen storage -- see seafood storage

gear -- see fishing gear or sampling gear
gear study 127, 152
genetics 85
gillnet fouling 125
growth -- see age & growth
Gulf Stream meanders 155

habitat 2, 87, 96, 114, 151, 153, 155, 158, 163, 200, 201
habitat alteration 32, 120
habitat manipulation 144
handling -- see seafood handling
harvest 14,  see also catch
harvest technology 186,  see also fishing gear or fishing methods
heavy metals 34, 39, 44, 59, 61, 70, 72, 113, 119, 196
histochemistry 34
hospital waste 156
human effects 145, 155
hydrocarbons -- see chlorinated hydrocarbons or polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons
hydrography 83, 127
hypoxia 161

ICES -- see International Council for the Exploration of the Sea
imagery -- see satellite imagery
immunology 196, 198
impact -- see environmental impact
impingement -- see power plant impingement
indicator -- see biological indicator
industrial waste 104, 156
interaction -- see marine mammal - tuna interaction or species interaction
International Council for the Exploration of the Sea 150, 157, 167, 168, 191

juveniles 2, 8, 11, 15, 40, 41, 59, 93, 112, 114, 116, 135, 203

keys 71, 99, 101

Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory 168
landings 127, 164
large marine ecosystem 82, 83, 165, 169, 170, 172, 174, 183
larvae 1, 8, 11, 15, 16, 19, 45, 46, 87, 95, 126, 128, 135, 148, 149, 155, 167, 171, 183, 185
lead 59
life history 1, 2, 8, 11, 16, 30, 35, 38, 40, 41, 56, 58, 101, 114, 116, 131, 134, 142, 152, 153, 155, 181
life stages -- see early life stages
limiting factor 55, 126
lordosis 87

malformation 97,  see also lordosis
management -- see data base management or fishery management
maps 172
marine mammal - tuna interaction 74
Marine Resources Monitoring,  Assessment,  and Prediction Program 149, 183
marketing 94
MARMAP -- see Marine Resources Monitoring,  Assessment,  and Prediction Program mathematical model 10, 31, 32, 37, 38, 57, 62, 
    90, 120, 121, 128, 154, 176, 183
maturity 30, 58
meanders -- see Gulf Stream meanders
mercury 59,  see also methyl mercury
mesh selectivity 153
metals -- see heavy metals
methane flux 200, 201
methodology 3, 15, 33, 85, 111, 113, 133, 137, 149, 158, 159, 171, 176, 183
methods -- see age determination methods,  fishing methods,  or sampling methods
methyl mercury 72
microcell disease 35
migration 41
mince -- see fish mince
mitigation -- see environmental mitigation
mixed-species fishery 57
model -- see mathematical model
monitoring 21, 63, 106-108, 132, 135, 146, 169, 177, 178, 180, 182-184, 187, 190, 191, 194
morphometric description 30
mortality 21, 38, 110, 135, 138, 148, 167, 183
movements 102, 116, 126, 140
municipal waste 151
museum collections 98

names -- see trade names or vernacular names
NASCO -- see North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization
North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization 73
nutrients 83, 147, 155, 162
nutrition 203,  see also seafood nutrition

oceanography -- see physical oceanography
omega-3 fatty acids 133
ontogenetic development 1, 21, 58, 75
osteology 75
otoliths 8, 153
overfishing 89, 90
oxygen -- see dissolved oxygen
ozone 7

PAHs -- see polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons
paleozoology 197
paralytic shellfish poisoning 7, 20
parasites -- see diseases & parasites
pasteurellosis 77
pathology 85
PCBs -- see polychlorinated biphenyls
physical oceanography 19, 103-109, 118, 126, 127, 129, 132, 140, 146, 153, 155, 160, 187, 194
physiology 6, 85, 87, 112
planning -- see research planning
plastic pollutants 156
poisoning -- see paralytic shellfish poisoning
pollutant effects 6, 21, 34, 39, 44, 59, 61-63, 70, 72, 85, 112, 119, 121, 122, 127, 141, 151, 155-157, 
    175, 189, 191, 196, 202
pollution 63, 104, 113, 121, 122, 141, 151, 155-157, 175, 189, 191, 196, 202
pollution control 156
polychlorinated biphenyls 119, 151
polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons 113, 151
population dynamics 37, 38, 45, 62, 90, 110, 117, 167
population size 110, 117, 142, 155
power plant 5, 10, 31, 32
power plant cooling water 5, 10, 31, 32
power plant entrainment 5, 10, 31, 32
power plant impingement 5
power plant thermal discharge 32
predation 19, 126, 135, 142, 144, 148, 155, 165, 183
preference -- see depth preference or temperature preference
prey availability 16
primary production 18, 54, 83, 132, 147, 155, 189
processing -- see seafood processing
production 83, 90, 120, 148, 183,  see also egg production or primary production
protein 15
proximate analysis 53
publications 124
pups 58
purse seining 74

quality -- see environmental quality,  seafood quality,  or water quality

range 100, 115
recreational fishery 14, 117, 155, 188, 189, 193
recruitment 19, 45, 62, 82, 89, 90, 116, 126, 127, 135, 136, 165, 168
redox potential  121
red tide 20
reefs 2, 168
reference point -- see biological reference point
relationships -- see ecological relationships
remote sensing 18, 158, 160, 200, 201
reports 124
reproduction 43, 44, 58, 76, 96, 110, 142, 155
requirements -- see environmental requirements
research evaluation 166, 169, 177, 178, 183, 190
research planning 122, 135, 166, 169, 171, 174, 177, 178, 183, 190
research submersibles 125, 195
resource enhancement 5, 186
review -- see book review
ribonucleic acid 15
ring -- see cold-core ring/eddy or warm-core ring/eddy
risk assessment 86
RNA -- see ribonucleic acid

safety -- see seafood safety
salinity 108, 129, 132, 146, 155
sampling 50, 62, 74, 114, 118, 135, 168, 184
sampling design 62
sampling gear 114, 168
sampling methods 50, 74, 118, 135, 184
satellite imagery 158, 200, 201
satellites 18, 158, 160, 200, 201
scales -- see fish scales
seafood handling 51
seafood nutrition 51
seafood processing 51
seafood quality 53
seafood safety 51, 119
seafood storage 51, 53, 137, 139, 192
seasonal distribution see distribution
seasonality 146, 148, 155, 173, 183, 185, 193
sediment 61, 121
seining -- see purse seining
selectivity -- see mesh selectivity
selenium 59
sewage sludge 104, 121, 122, 151, 156
shelf water 187
Ship of Opportunity Program 106, 108
silver 59
size composition -- see community size composition
slope -- see continental slope
sludge -- see sewage sludge
SOOP -- see Ship of Opportunity Program
spawning 96, 110, 111, 128, 183
spawning biomass 110, 111, 183
spawning stock size 128, 183
species co-occurrence 57
species interaction 74, 165
standing stock 80
starvation 19, 126, 135
statistics 62, 127, 149, 159, 164, 183
stock assessment 117, 154, 164, 172, 176, 179
stocking -- see fish stocking
stock size 117, 127,  see also spawning stock size
stratification -- see density stratification
study -- see ecosystem study,  estuarine/coastal study,  or gear study
submarine canyon 100
submersibles -- see research submersibles
surveys 111, 149, 152, 153, 159, 179, 180, 182-184, 190,  see also bottom trawl surveys
systematics 99, 101, 197

tagging 127
taxonomy 35, 48, 49, 71, 99, 101
technology -- see fishery technology or harvest
 technology
temperature -- see air temperature or water temperature
temperature effects 37, 41
temperature preference 57
thermal discharge -- see power plant thermal discharge
total finfish biomass 111, 183
trade name 101
trawl survey -- see bottom trawl survey
treaty & treaty-related activities 73, 84, 150, 152, 153, 157, 164, 167, 168, 174
tuna - marine mammal interactions -- see marine mammal - tuna interactions

ulcer 175
upwelling 155

vernacular name 101
vulnerability 179

warm-core ring/eddy 19, 105, 109, 129, 155, 160
waste -- see hospital waste,  industrial waste,  or municipal waste
wastewater 162
water currents 19, 129, 140, 155, 160
water mass 104
water quality 87, 161
water temperature 105-108, 129, 132, 146, 155, 187, 194
web -- see food web
wetland 120, 158, 200, 201
wind speed 130
wind stress 103
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 168

XBT -- see expendable bathythermograph

yield 37, 38, 83, 90, 120, 174

zinc 59
zoogeography 101


Authors

Ampola,  V.G. 192
Andrade,  K.G. 4
Armstrong,  R.A. 103

Barton,  K.W. 104, 105
Bejda,  A.L. 40
Benway,  R.L. 106-108, 118
Berman,  M.S.  109, 173
Berrien,  P. 110, 111
Blogoslawski,  W.J. 7, 12
Bodammer,  J.E. 196, 198
Bolz,  G.R. 8
Boreman,  J. 5, 9-11, 31, 32
Brown,  C. 12, 13
Buckley,  L.J. 15, 16, 44, 112, 113
Burnett,  J. 17
Busch,  D. 83, 172

Calabrese,  A. 59, 113
Caldarone,  E.M. 112
Casey,  J.G. 56
Clark,  S.H. 68
Cohn,  M. (deceased) 20
Cohen,  E.B. 19, 114, 135
Collette,  B.B. 115
Colton,  J.B.,  Jr. (deceased) 116
Crawford,  M.K. 42
Crosby Longwell,  A. 21

D'Entremont,  D.L. 133, 139
Dery,  L.M. 22-29, 67, 69, 154
Despres-Patanjo,  L. 63
Dow,  D.D. 120, 158, 200, 201
Draxler,  A.F.J. 121

Evans-Zetlin,  C.A. 123

Fahay,  M.P. 1, 2
Fairfield,  C.P. -- see Price & Price-Fairfield
Farfante -- see Perez Farfante
Farley,  C.A. 33-35, 199
Ferris,  G.E. 203
Fields,  B. 36
Fogarty,  M.J. 37, 38, 90
Friedland,  K.D. 40, 41

Gerow,  S.M. 139
Gibson,  J.A. 124
Gifford,  V.M. 42
Gould,  E. 39, 43, 44, 141
Goulet,  J.R. 173, 184
Green,  J.R. 109, 114, 173
Griswold,  C.A. 125, 195
Grosslein,  M.D. 45, 83, 126, 127, 135

Hauser,  J.W. 128
Hayden,  B.P. 114
Hennemuth,  R.C. 62
Hollomon,  D. 55

Idoine,  J.S. 38
Ingham,  M.C. 129, 130

Jearld,  A.,  Jr. 3, 68, 69
Jeffress,  D. 131
Johnson,  E. 181
Johnson,  P.T. 47-49
Jossi,  J.W. 108

Kane,  J. 132
Krzynowek,  J. 51, 133

Lane,  J.P. 52
Lange,  A. 180
Laurence,  G.C. 19, 135, 136
Learson,  R.J. 52, 137, 192
Lewis,  E.J. 138, 203
Licciardello,  J.J. 53, 137, 139
Lierheimer,  L. 146
Lough,  R.G. 8, 16, 135, 140
Luedke,  D. 43

MacKenzie,  C.L.,  Jr. 54, 142-144
Mahoney,  J.B. 20, 55
Maney,  R.S. 133
Manning,  J. 146
Matte,  A. 147
Mayo,  R.K. 60,  see also Palmer Mayo
Michaels,  W.L. 154
Miller,  J.E. 59
Morse,  W.W. 128, 148, 149, 185
Mountain,  D. 83
Murawski,  S.A. 57, 150, 154
Murchelano,  R.A. 151

Natanson,  L.J. 30, 58
Nelson,  D.A. 59
Nichy,  F. 69
Nicolas,  J.R. 145

O'Brien,  L. 60
O'Reilly,  J.E. 18, 83, 123
Overholtz,  W.J. 90, 154

Pacheco,  A.L. 155, 193
Palmer Mayo,  J. 29
Panunzio,  L.J. 133
Patanjo -- see Despres-Patanjo
Pearce,  J.B. 63, 156, 157
Pennington,  M. 159
Penttila,  J.A. 3, 64-69
Pereira,  J.J. 70, 202
Perez Farfante,  I. 71
Perry,  D.M. 72
Peterson,  A.E.,  Jr. 73
Phoel,  W. 80
Polacheck,  T. 74
Potter,  D.C. 114
Potthoff,  T. 75
Powell,  J.C. 113
Pratt,  H.L.,  Jr. 76
Prezioso,  J. 132
Price,  C.A. 50, 102,  see also Price-Fairfield
Price-Fairfield,  C. 160,  see also Price

Ravesi,  E.M. 53, 139
Reid,  R.N. 119, 161-163
Robohm,  R.A. 77
Ropes,  J. (deceased) 69, 78, 79
Rusanowsky,  D. 43, 44
Ryan,  A. 174

Sano,  M.H. 105
Sennefelder,  G.R. 44
Serchuk,  F.M. 91, 127, 164, 186
Shepherd,  G.R. 79, 81
Sherman,  K. 46, 82-84, 165-174
Sindermann,  C.J. 85-88, 175
Sissenwine,  M.P. 19, 89, 90, 111, 128, 176-179
Smith,  B.C. 203
Smith,  T.D. 180
Smith,  W.G. 181-185
Stehlik,  L.L. 54, 144
Steimle,  F.W.,  Jr. 14, 92, 131, 163
Stillwell,  C.E. 56
Strout,  G.A. 187

Tang,  V.  103, 194
Terranova,  R.J. 92
Tettelbach,  L.P. 12, 13
Theroux,  R. 80, 83, 134
Thurberg,  F.P. 6, 191
Tinker,  B.L. 192

Ukeles,  R. 93
Uzmann,  J.R. 134

Vecchione,  M. 94-96

Waldhauer,  R. 55, 147
Waring,  G. 180
Wigley,  S.E. 164
Wikfors,  G.H. 93, 203
Wilk,  S.J. 193
Williams,  A.B. 97-101, 197
Wood,  G. 103, 130,194

Zetlin -- see Evans-Zetlin

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