An Indexed Bibliography of Northeast Fisheries Center
Publications, Reports, and Abstracts for 1990-91

Contents

Bibliography
Peer-Reviewed Works
Non-Peer-Reviewed Works
Published Abstracts of Presentations
Indices
Organisms
Geographic Areas
Residual Subjects
Center 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) at the address appended to the bibliographic entry.

Several works which have pre-1990 publication dates, but which were inadvertently omitted from the 1989 issue, have been included in this 1990-91 issue. They are noted by an "*."

Bibliography

Peer-Reviewed Publications

1. Able, K.W.; Matheson, R.E.; MORSE, W.W.; FAHAY, M.P.; SHEPHERD, G. 1990. Patterns of summer flounder Paralichthys dentatus early life history in the Mid-Atlantic Bight and New Jersey estuaries. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 88(1): 1-12. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

2. Anderson, W.D., III; COLLETTE, B.B. 1991. Revision of the freshwater viviparous halfbeaks of the genus Hemirhamphodon (Teleostei: Hemiramphidae). Ichthyol. Explor. Freshwaters 2(2): 151-176. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

2a. ANTHONY, V.C. 1990. The New England groundfish fishery after 10 years under the Magnuson Fishery Conservation and Management Act. N. Am. J. Fish. Manage. 10:175-184.

3. BERMAN, M.S. 1990. Application of image analysis in demographic studies of marine zooplankton in large marine ecosystems. In: Sherman, K.; Alexander, L.M.; Gold, B.D., eds. Large marine ecosystems: patterns, processes, and yields. Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science; p. 122-131. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

4. Bishop, G.A.; WILLIAMS, A.B. 1991. Neocarcinus olsonorum, new species, a crab (Decapoda: Calappidae) from the Cretaceous Carlile Shale (Turonian), Western Interior United States. J. Crustacean Biol. 11(3): 451-459. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

5. BLOGOSLAWSKI, W.J. 1990. A brief perspective on the Milford shellfish biology seminar series (1975-1990). Environ. Audit. 2(1): 3-10. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

6. BLOGOSLAWSKI, W.J. 1991. Enhancing shellfish depuration. In: Otwell, W.S.; Rodrick, G.E.; Martin, R., eds. Molluscan shellfish depuration. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press; p. 145-149. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

7. BODAMMER, J.E.; Anderson, D.P.; Dixon, O.M. 1990. Ultrastructure of the spleen and head kidney of striped bass. J. Aquat. Anim. Health 2: 182-193. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: NOAA/URI Cooperative Marine Education and Research Prog., Univ. of Rhode Island, East Farm, Bldg. 14, Kingston, RI 02881, U.S.A.

8. BODAMMER, J.E.; MURCHELANO, R.A. 1990. Cytological study of vacuolated cells and other aberrant hepatocytes in winter flounder from Boston Harbor. Cancer Res. 50: 6744-6756. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: NOAA/URI Cooperative Marine Education and Research Prog., Univ. of Rhode Island, East Farm, Bldg. 14, Kingston, RI 02881, U.S.A.

9. Boughton, D.A.; COLLETTE, B.B.; McCune, A.R. 1991. Heterochrony in jaw morphology of needlefishes (Teleostei: Belonidae). Syst. Zool. 40(3): 329-354. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

10. BROWN, C. 1990. Nutritional requirements for extracellular accumulation of toxin produced by a pathogenic Vibrio sp. J. Fish Dis. 13: 239-243. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 1335 East-West Hwy., Silver Spring, MD 20910, U.S.A.

11. BUCKLEY, L.J.; SMIGIELSKI, A.S.; HALAVIK, T.A.; CALDARONE, E.M.; BURNS, B.R.; LAURENCE, G.C. 1991. Winter flounder Pseudopleuronectes americanus reproductive success. I. Among-location variability in size and survival of larvae reared in the laboratory. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 74: 117-124. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: NOAA/URI Cooperative Marine Education and Research Prog., Univ. of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography, S. Ferry Rd., Narragansett, RI 02882-1197, U.S.A.

12. BUCKLEY, L.J.; SMIGIELSKI, A.S.; HALAVIK, T.A.; CALDARONE, E.M.; BURNS, B.R.; LAURENCE, G.C. 1991. Winter flounder Pseudopleuronectes americanus reproductive success. II. Effects of spawning time and female size on size, composition, and viability of eggs and larvae. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 74: 125-135. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: NOAA/URI Cooperative Marine Education and Research Prog., Univ. of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography, S. Ferry Rd., Narragansett, RI 02882-1197, U.S.A.

13. BUCKLEY, L.J.; SMIGIELSKI, A.S.; HALAVIK, T.A.; LAURENCE, G.C. 1990. Effects of water temperature on size and biochemical composition of winter flounder Pseudopleuronectes americanus at hatching and feeding initiation. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 88(3): 419-428. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: NOAA/URI Cooperative Marine Education and Research Prog., Univ. of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography, S. Ferry Rd., Narragansett, RI 02882-1197, U.S.A.

14. CALDARONE, E.M.; BUCKLEY, L.J. 1991. Quantitation of DNA and RNA in crude tissue extracts by flow injection analysis. Anal. Biochem. 199: 137-141. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

15. CASEY, J.[G.]; Taniuchi, T. 1990. Recommendations for future shark tagging programs. In: Pratt, H.L., Jr.; Gruber, S.H.; Taniuchi, T., eds. Elasmobranchs as living resources: advances in the biology, ecology, systematics, and the status of the fisheries. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 90: 511-512. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

16. COHEN, E.B. (deceased); MOUNTAIN, D.G.; O'Boyle, R. 1991. Local-scale versus large scale factors affecting recruitment. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 48(6): 1003-1006. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o D.G. Mountain, National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

17. COLLETTE, B.B. 1990. Problems with gray literature in fishery science. In: Hunter, J., ed. Writing for fishery journals. Bethesda, MD: American Fisheries Society; p. 27-31. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

18. COLLETTE, B.[B.] 1991. Scombridae. In: Quéro, J.C.; Hureau, J.C.; Karrer, C.; Post, A.; Saldanha, L., eds. Check-list of the fishes of the eastern tropical Atlantic. Vol. II. Paris, France: U.N. Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization; p. 978-996. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

19. COLLETTE, B.B.; Parin, N.V. 1991. Belonidae. In: Quéro, J.C.; Hureau, J.C.; Karrer, C.; Post, A.; Saldanha, L., eds. Check-list of the fishes of the eastern tropical Atlantic. Vol. II. Paris, France: U.N. Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization; p. 592-597. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

20. COLLETTE, B.B.; Parin, N.V. 1991. Hemiramphidae. In: Quéro, J.C.; Hureau, J.C.; Karrer, C.; Post, A.; Saldanha, L., eds. Check-list of the fishes of the eastern tropical Atlantic. Vol. II. Paris, France: U.N. Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization; p. 579-582. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

21. COLLETTE, B.B.; Parin, N.V. 1991. Shallow-water fishes of Walters Shoals, Madagascar Ridge. Bull. Mar. Sci. 48(1): 1-22. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

22. COLLETTE, B.B.; Smith, D.G.; Böhlke, E.B. 1991. Gymnothorax parini, a new species of moray eel (Teleostei: Muraenidae) from Walters Shoals, Madagascar Ridge. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 104(2): 344-350. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

23. Daan, N.; SISSENWINE, M.P., editors. 1991. Multispecies models relevant to management of living resources: proceedings of a symposium held at The Hague, 2-4 October 1989. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] Mar. Sci. Symp. 193; 358 p. Available only through interlibrary loan.

24. DAWSON, M.A. 1990. Blood chemistry of the windowpane flounder Scophthalmus aquosus in Long Island Sound: geographical, seasonal, and experimental variations. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 88(3): 429-437. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

25. DAWSON, M.A.; Renfro, J.L. 1990. Organic anion secretion by winter flounder renal proximal tuble primary monolayer cultures. J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 254(1): 39-44. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

26. *DESHPANDE, A.D. 1989. High performance liquid chromatographic separation of fish biliary polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon metabolites. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 18: 900-907. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

27. EDWARDS, S.F. 1990. An economics guide to allocation of fish stocks between commercial and recreational fisheries. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 94; 29 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

28. *FAHAY, M.P.; Able, K.W. 1989. White hake, Urophycis tenuis, in the Gulf of Maine: spawning seasonality, habitat use, and growth in young of the year and relationships to the Scotian Shelf population. Can. J. Zool. 67: 1715-1724. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

29. FARLEY, C.A.; Plutschak, D.L.; Scott, R.F. 1991. Epizootiology and distribution of transmissible sarcoma in Maryland softshell clams, Mya arenaria, 1984-1988. Environ. Health Perspect. 90: 35-41. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

30. FOGARTY, M.J.; COHEN, E.B. (deceased); MICHAELS, W.L.; MORSE, W.W. 1991. Predation and the regulation of sand lance populations: an exploratory analysis. In: Daan, N.; Sissenwine, M.P., editors. Multispecies models relevant to management of living resources: proceedings of a symposium held at The Hague, 2-4 October 1989. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] Mar. Sci. Symp. 193: 120-124. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

31. FOGARTY, M.J.; SISSENWINE, M.P.; COHEN, E.B. (deceased). 1991. Recruitment variability and the dynamics of exploited marine populations. Trends Ecol. Evol. 6(8): 241-246. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

32. Gawarkiewicz, G.; McCarthy, R.K.; BARTON, K.; Masse, A.K.; Church, T.M. 1990. A Gulf Stream-derived pycnocline intrusion on the Middle Atlantic Bight shelf. J. Geophys. Res. 95(C12): 22305-22313. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

33. Gladu, P.K.; Patterson, G.W.; WIKFORS, G.H.; Chitwood, D.J.; Lusby, W.R. 1990. The occurrence of brassicasterol and epibrassicasterol in the Chromophycota. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 97B(3): 491-494. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

34. Gladu, P.K.; Patterson, G.W.; WIKFORS, G.H.; Chitwood, D.J.; Lusby, W.R. 1991. Sterols of some diatoms. Phytochemistry (Oxf.) 30(7): 2301-2303. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

35. Gladu, P.K.; Patterson, G.W.; WIKFORS, G.H.; Lusby, W.R. 1991. Free and combined sterols of Pavlova gyrans. Lipids 26(8): 656-659. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

36. Godø, O.R.; PENNINGTON, M.; Vølstad, J.H. 1990. Effect of tow duration on length composition of trawl catches. Fish. Res. 9: 165-179. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

37. GOLDBERG, R.; Walker, R. 1990. Cage culture of yearling surf clams, Spisula solidissima (Dillwyn, 1817), in coastal Georgia. J. Shellfish Res. 9(1): 187-193. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

38. GOULD, E.; Fowler, B.A. 1991. Scallops and pollution. In: Shumway, S.E., ed. Developments in aquaculture and fisheries science. 21. Scallops: biology, ecology and aquaculture. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier; p. 495-515. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

39. HAUSER, J.W.; SISSENWINE, M.P. 1991. The uncertainty in estimates of the production of larval fish derived from samples of larval abundance. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] J. Mar. Sci. 48: 23-32. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

40. *Heck, K.L., Jr.; Able, K.W.; FAHAY, M.P.; Roman, C.T. 1989. Fishes and decapod crustaceans of Cape Cod eelgrass meadows: species composition, seasonal abundance patterns and comparison with unvegetated substrates. Estuaries 12(2): 59-65. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

41. HUGHES, J.B.; HEBERT, A.T. 1991. Erythrocyte micronuclei in winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus): results of field surveys during 1980-1988 from Virginia to Nova Scotia and in Long Island Sound. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 20: 474-479. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

42. KAYLOR, J.D. (deceased); LEARSON, R.J. 1990. Pelagic fish. In: Martin, R.E.; Flick, G.J., eds. The seafood industry. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold; p. 67-76. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o R.J. Learson, National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

43. Kensley, B.; WILLIAMS, A.B. 1990. Axiopsis eximia, a new thalassinidean shrimp (Crustacea, Decapoda, Axiidae) from the Middle Eocene of South Carolina. J. Paleont. 64(5): 798-802. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

44. KRZYNOWEK, J.; MURPHY, J.; Pariser, E.R.; Clifton, A.B. 1990. Six Northwest Atlantic finfish species as a potential fish oil source. J. Food Sci. 55(6): 1743-1744. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

45. *Langton, R.W.; UZMANN, J.R. 1989. A photographic survey of the megafauna of the central and eastern Gulf of Maine. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 87(4): 945-951. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

46. LAURENCE, G.C. 1990. Growth, survival, and recruitment in large marine ecosystems. In: Sherman, K.; Alexander, L.M.; Gold, B.D., eds. Large marine ecosystems: patterns, processes, and yields. Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science; p. 132-150. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

47. LICCIARDELLO, J.J. (deceased). 1990. Freezing. In: Martin, R.E.; Flick, G.J., eds. The seafood industry. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold; p. 205-218. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o R.J. Learson, National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

48. *LICCIARDELLO, J.J. (deceased); D'ENTREMONT, D.L.; LUNDSTROM, R.C. 1989. Radio-resistance of some bacterial pathogens in soft-shell clams (Mya arenaria) and mussels (Mytilus edulis). J. Food Prot. 52(6): 407-411. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o D.L. D'Entremont, National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

49. MacKENZIE, C.L., Jr. 1990. History of the fisheries of Raritan Bay, New York and New Jersey. Mar. Fish. Rev. 52(4): 1-45. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

50. MacKENZIE, C.L., Jr. 1991. Biographic memoir of Ernest Ingersoll: naturalist, shellfish scientist, and author. Mar. Fish. Rev. 53(3): 23-29. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

51. MacLEAN, S.A.; Davies, A.J. 1990. Prevalence and development of intraleucocytic haemogregarines from Northwest and Northeast Atlantic mackerel, Scomber scombrus L. J. Fish Dis. 13: 59-68. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

52. Mahadeva, M.N.; MUNROE, T.A. 1990. Three new species of symphurine tonguefishes from tropical and warm temperate waters of the eastern Pacific (Symphurus: Cynoglossidae: Pleuronectiformes). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 103(4): 931-954. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

53. MAHONEY, J.B.; Olsen, P.; COHN, M. (deceased). 1990. Blooms of a dinoflagellate Gyrodinium cf. aureolum in New Jersey coastal waters and their occurrence and effects worldwide. J. Coastal Res. 6(1): 121-135. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

54. †Mallet, J.C.; Beghian, L.E.; Metcalf, T.G.; KAYLOR, J.D. (deceased). 1991. Potential irradiation technology for improved shellfish sanitation. J. Food Saf. 11: 231-245. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o R.J. Learson, National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

55. MANNING, J.[P.] 1991. Middle Atlantic Bight salinity: interannual variability. Continent. Shelf Res. 11(2): 123-137. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

56. MAYO, R.K.; BURNETT, J.; SMITH, T.D.; MUCHANT, C.A. 1990. Growth-maturation interactions of Acadian redfish (Sebastes fasciatus Storer) in the Gulf of Maine - Georges Bank region of the Northwest Atlantic. J. Cons. Int. Explor. Mer 46: 287-305. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

57. MEISE-MUNNS, C.; GREEN, J.[R.]; INGHAM, M.[C.]; MOUNTAIN, D.[G.] 1990. Interannual variability in the copepod populations of Georges Bank and the western Gulf of Maine. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 65: 225-232. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

58. MERCALDO-ALLEN, R. 1991. Changes in the blood chemistry of the American lobster, Homarus americanus, H. Milne Edwards, 1837, over the molt cycle. J. Shellfish Res. 10(1): 147-156. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

59. MESSICK, G.A.,; Kennedy, V.S. 1990. Putative bacterial and viral infections in blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus Rathbun, 1896 held in a flow-through or a recirculation system. J. Shellfish Res. 9(1): 33-40. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

60. MOUNTAIN, D.G. 1991. The volume of shelf water in the Middle Atlantic Bight: seasonal and interannual variability, 1977-1987. Continent. Shelf Res. 11(3): 251-267. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

61. MUNROE, T.A. 1990. Eastern Atlantic tonguefishes (Symphurus: Cynoglossidae, Pleuronectiformes), with descriptions of two new species. Bull. Mar. Sci. 47(2): 464-515. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

62. MUNROE, T.A. 1990. Symphurus melanurus Clark, 1936, a senior synonym for the eastern Pacific tonguefishes, S. seychellensis Chabanaud, 1955, and S. sechurae Hildebrand, 1946. Copeia 1990(1): 229-232. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

63. MUNROE, T.A. 1991. Western Atlantic tonguefishes of the Symphurus plagusia complex (Cynoglossidae: Pleuronectiformes), with descriptions of two new species. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 89(2): 247-287. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

64. MUNROE, T.A.; NIZINSKI, M.S. 1990. Symphurus melasmatotheca and S. undecimplerus (Cynoglossidae, Pleuronectiformes), two new eastern Pacific tonguefishes with eleven caudal-fin rays. Copeia 1990(4): 985-996. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

65. MUNROE, T.A.; NIZINSKI, M.S.; Mahadeva, M.N. 1991. Symphurus prolatinaris, a new species of shallow-water tonguefish (Pleuronectiformes: Cynoglossidae) from the eastern Pacific. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 104(3): 448-458. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

66. MURAWSKI, S.A. 1991. Can we manage our multispecies fisheries? Fisheries 16(5): 5-13. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

67. MURAWSKI, S.A.; LANGE, A.M.; IDOINE, J.S. 1991. An analysis of technological interaction among Gulf of Maine mixed-species fisheries. In: Daan, N.; Sissenwine, M.P., editors. Multispecies models relevant to management of living resources: proceedings of a symposium held at The Hague, 2-4 October 1989. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] Mar. Sci. Symp. 193: 237-252. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

68. MURCHELANO, R.A. 1990. Fish health and environmental health. Environ. Health Perspect. 86: 257-259. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

69. MURCHELANO, R.A.; MacLEAN, S.A. 1990. Histopathology atlas of the registry of marine pathology. Oxford, MD: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; 77 p. Available only through interlibrary loan.

70. NATANSON, L.J.; Cailliet, G.M. 1990. Vertebrae growth zone deposition in Pacific angel sharks. Copeia 1990(4): 1133-1145. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

71. NELSON, D.A.; MILLER, J.E.; RUSANOWSKY, D.; GREIG, R.A.; SENNEFELDER, G.R.; MERCALDO-ALLEN, R.; KUROPAT, C.[A.]; GOULD, E.; THURBERG, F.P.; CALABRESE, A. 1991. Comparative reproductive success of winter flounder in Long Island Sound: a three-year study (biology, biochemistry, and chemistry). Estuaries 14(3): 318-331. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

72. NIZINSKI, M.S.; COLLETTE, B.B.; WASHINGTON, B.B. 1990. Separation of two species of sand lances, Ammodytes americanus and A. dubius, in the western North Atlantic. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 88(2): 241-255. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

73. OVERHOLTZ, W.J.; MURAWSKI, S.A.; FOSTER, K.L. 1991. Impact of predatory fish, marine mammals, and seabirds on the pelagic fish ecosystem of the northeastern USA. In: Daan, N.; Sissenwine, M.P., editors. Multispecies models relevant to management of living resources: proceedings of a symposium held at The Hague, 2-4 October 1989. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] Mar. Sci. Symp. 193: 198-208. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

74. OVERHOLTZ, W.J.; MURAWSKI, S.A.; MICHAELS, W.L. 1991. Impact of compensatory responses on assessment advice for the Northwest Atlantic mackerel stock. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 89(1): 117-128. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

75. OVERHOLTZ, W.J.; WARING, G.T. 1991. Diet composition of pilot whales Globicephala sp. and common dolphins Delphinus delphius in the Mid-Atlantic Bight during spring 1989. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 89(4): 723-728. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

76. Payne, P.M.; Wiley, D.N.; Young, S.B.; Pittman, S.; Clapham, P.J.; JOSSI, J.W. 1990. Recent fluctuations in the abundance of baleen whales in the southern Gulf of Maine in relation to changes in selected prey. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 88(4): 687-696. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

77. PENNINGTON, M. 1991. Correspondence: On testing the robustness of lognormal-based estimators. Biometrics 47: 1623-1624. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

78. PENNINGTON, M.; Vølstad, J.H. 1991. Optimum size of sampling unit for estimating the density of marine populations. Biometrics 47: 717-723. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

79. PERRY, D.M., HUGHES, J.B.; HEBERT, A.T. 1991. Sublethal abnormalities in embryos of winter flounder, Pseudopleuronectes americanus, from Long Island Sound. Estuaries 14(3): 306-317. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

80. Poss, S.G.; COLLETTE, B.B. 1990. Scorpaenodes immaculatus, a new species of scorpionfish (Osteichthyes: Scorpaenidae) from Walters Shoals, Madagascar Ridge. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 103(3): 543-549. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

81. POTTER, D.C.; LOUGH, R.G.; Perry, R.I.; Neilson, J.D. 1990. Comparison of the MOCNESS and IYGPT pelagic samplers for the capture of 0-group cod (Gadus morhua) on Georges Bank. J. Cons. Int. Explor. Mer 46: 121-128. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

82. PRATT, H.L., Jr.; CASEY, J.G. 1990. Shark reproductive strategies as a limiting factor in directed fisheries, with a review of Holden's method of estimating growth-parameters. In: Pratt, H.L., Jr.; Gruber, S.H.; Taniuchi, T., eds. Elasmobranchs as living resources: advances in the biology, ecology, systematics, and the status of the fisheries. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 90: 97-109. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

83. PRATT, H.L., Jr.; Gruber, S.H.; Taniuchi, T., editors. 1990. Elasmobranchs as living resources: advances in the biology, ecology, systematics, and the status of the fisheries. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 90; 518 p. Available only through interlibrary loan.

84. PRATT, H.L., Jr.; Otake, T. 1990. Recommendations for work needed to increase our knowledge of reproduction relative to fishery management. In: Pratt, H.L., Jr.; Gruber, S.H.; Taniuchi, T., eds. Elasmobranchs as living resources: advances in the biology, ecology, systematics, and the status of the fisheries. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 90: 509-510. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

85. RAVESI, E.M.; KRZYNOWEK, J. 1991. Variability of salt absorption by brine dipped fillets of cod (Gadus morhua), blackback flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus), and ocean perch (Sebastes marinus). J. Food Sci. 56(3): 648-652. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o J. Krzynowek, National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

86. REID, R.N.; RADOSH, D.J.; FRAME, A.B.; FROMM, S.A. 1990. Benthic macrofauna of the New York Bight, 1979-89. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 103; 50 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

87. RHODES, E.W. 1991. Fisheries and aquaculture of the bay scallop, Argopecten irradians, in the eastern United States. In: Shumway, S.E., ed. Developments in aquaculture and fisheries science. 21. Scallops: biology, ecology and aquaculture. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier; p. 913-924. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o A. Calabrese, National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

88. Richards, W.J.; POTTHOFF, T.; Kim, J-M. 1990. Problems identifying tuna larvae species (Pisces: Scombridae: Thunnus) from the Gulf of Mexico. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 88(3): 607-609. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

89. Roper, C.F.E.; VECCHIONE, M.; Sweeney, M.J. 1991. The Gilbert L. Voss memorial issue: foreword. Bull. Mar. Sci. 49(1-2): 3-4. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

90. *ROPES, J.W. (deceased). 1989. The food habits of five crab species at Pettaquamscutt River, Rhode Island. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 87(1): 197-204. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o J. Burnett, National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

91. ROSENBERG, A.A.; Basson, M.; Beddington, J.R. 1991. Predictive yield models and food chain theory. In: Sherman, K.; Alexander, L.M.; Gold, B.D., eds. Food chains, yields, models, and management of large marine ecosystems. Boulder, CO: Westview Press; p. 205-224. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

92. *Rothschild, B.J.; FOGARTY, M.J. 1989. Spawning stock biomass: a source of error in stock-recruitment relationships and management advice. J. Cons. Int. Explor. Mer 45(2): 131-135. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

93. Rowe, G.; Silbuet, M.; Deming, J.; Khripounoff, A.; Tietjen, J.; Macko, S.; THEROUX, R.[B.] 1991. 'Total' sediment biomass and preliminary estimates of organic carbon residence time in deep-sea benthos. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 79: 99-114. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

94. SHERMAN, K. 1990. Productivity, perturbations, and options for biomass yields in large marine ecosystems. In: Sherman, K.; Alexander, L.M.; Gold, B.D., eds. Large marine ecosystems: patterns, processes, and yields. Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science; p. 206-219. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

95. SHERMAN, K. 1991. Sustainability of resources in large marine ecosystems. In: Sherman, K.; Alexander, L.M.; Gold, B.D., eds. Food chains, yields, models, and management of large marine ecosystems. Boulder, CO: Westview Press; p. 1-34. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

96. SHERMAN, K. 1991. The large marine ecosystem concept: research and management strategy for living marine resources. Ecol. Appl. 1(4): 349-360. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

97. SHERMAN, K.; Alexander, L.M.; Gold, B.D., editors. 1990. Large marine ecosystems: patterns, processes, and yields. Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science; 242 p. Available only through interlibrary loan.

98. SHERMAN, K.; Alexander, L.M.; Gold, B.D., editors. 1991. Food chains, yields, models, and management of large marine ecosystems. Boulder, CO: Westview Press; 320 p. Available only through interlibrary loan.

99. SHERMAN, K.; Gold, B.D. 1990. Perspective: large marine ecosystems. In: Sherman, K.; Alexander, L.M.; Gold, B.D., eds. Large marine ecosystems: patterns, processes, and yields. Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science; p. v-xi. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

100. SINDERMANN, C.J. 1990. Principal diseases of marine fish and shellfish. 2nd ed. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, Inc. 2 vol. Available only through interlibrary loan.

101. SINDERMANN, C.J. 1990. Scientific writing as English prose. In: Hunter, J., ed. Writing for fishery journals. Bethesda, MD: American Fisheries Society; p. 75-78. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

102. SINDERMANN, C.J. 1991. Introduction to a symposium on shell disease in marine crustaceans. J. Shellfish Res. 10(2): 481. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

103. SINDERMANN, C.J. 1991. Shell disease in marine crustaceans -- a conceptual approach. J. Shellfish Res. 10(2): 491-494. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

104. SINDERMANN, C.J., symposium chairman. 1991. Mini-symposium, 1988: case histories of effects of transfers and introductions on marine resources: introduction. J. Cons. Int. Explor. Mer 47: 377-378. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

105. SINDERMANN, C.[J.], convenor and editor. 1991. Proceedings of the special symposium: shell disease in marine crustaceans. J. Shellfish Res. 10(2): 479-506. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

106. SISSENWINE, M.P.; COHEN, E.B. (deceased). 1991. Resource productivity and fisheries management of the Northeast Shelf Ecosystem. In: Sherman, K.; Alexander, L.M.; Gold, B.D., eds. Food chains, yields, models, and management of large marine ecosystems. Boulder, CO: Westview Press; p. 107-123. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 1335 East-West Hwy., Silver Spring, MD 20910, U.S.A.

107. SISSENWINE, M.P.; Daan, N. 1991. An overview of multispecies models relevant to management of living resources. In: Daan, N.; Sissenwine, M.P., editors. Multispecies models relevant to management of living resources: proceedings of a symposium held at The Hague, 2-4 October 1989. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] Mar. Sci. Symp. 193: 6-11. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 1335 East-West Hwy., Silver Spring, MD 20910, U.S.A.

108. SMITH, T.D.; Payne, P.M.; Heinemann, D.; WARING, G.[T.]; LANGE, A.[M.] 1990. Simultaneous fishery resource and seabird and cetacean sighting surveys: advantages and disadvantages. N. Atl. Stud. 2(1-2): 90-101. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

109. STEHLIK, L.L.; MacKENZIE, C.L., Jr.; MORSE, W.W. 1991. Distribution and abundance of four brachyuran crabs on the Northwest Atlantic shelf. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 89(3): 473-492. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

110. STEIMLE, F.W. 1990. Benthic macrofauna and habitat monitoring on the continental shelf of the northeastern United States. I. Biomass. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Rep. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.] 86; 28 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

111. STEIMLE, F.W. 1990. Population dynamics, growth, and production estimates for the sand dollar Echinarachnius parma. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 88(1): 179-189. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

112. STEIMLE, F.W.; ZDANOWICZ, V.S.; GADBOIS, D.F. 1990. Metals and organic contaminants in Northwest Atlantic deep-sea tilefish tissues. Mar. Pollut. Bull. 21(11): 530-535. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

113. STILES, S.; CHOROMANSKI, J.; NELSON, D.[A.]; MILLER, J.[E.]; GREIG, R.[A.]; SENNEFELDER, G.[R.] 1991. Early reproductive success of the hard clam (Mercenaria mercenaria) from five sites in Long Island Sound. Estuaries 14(3): 332-342. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

114. Stout, V.F.; Nilsson, W.B.; KRZYNOWEK, J.; Schlenk, H. 1990. Fractionation of fish oils and their fatty acids. In: Stansby, M.E., ed. Fish oils in nutrition. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Rheinhold; p. 73-119. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

115. TERCEIRO, M.; IDOINE, J.S. 1990. A practical assessment of the performance of Shepherd's length-composition analysis (SRLCA): application to Gulf of Maine northern shrimp Pandalus borealis survey data. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 88(4): 761-773. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

116. Van Dover, C.L.; WILLIAMS, A.B. 1991. Egg size in squat lobsters (Galatheoidea): constraint and freedom. In: Wenner, A.; Kuris, A., eds. Crustacean issues. 7. Crustacean egg production. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: A.A. Balkema; p. 143-156. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

117. VECCHIONE, M. 1991. A method for examining the structure and contents of the digestive tract in paralarval squids. Bull. Mar. Sci. 49(1-2): 300-308. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

118. VECCHIONE, M. 1991. Long-term trends in the abundance of the copepod Acartia tonsa in the Calcasieu Estuary. Contrib. Mar. Sci. 32: 89-101. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

119. VECCHIONE, M. 1991. Observations on the paralarval ecology of a euryhaline squid Lolliguncula brevis (Cephalopoda: Loliginidae). Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 89(3): 515-521. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

120. *VECCHIONE, M.; Hand, V.A. 1989. Digestive-gland histology in paralarval squids (Cephalopoda: Loliginidae). Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 87(4): 995-1000. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

121. VECCHIONE, M.; Roper, C.F.E. 1991. Cephalopods observed from submersibles in the western North Atlantic. Bull. Mar. Sci. 49(1-2): 433-445. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

122. WARING, G.T.; GERRIOR, P.; Payne, P.M.; PARRY, B.L.; NICOLAS, J.R. 1990. Incidental take of marine mammals in foreign fishery activities off the northeast United States, 1977-88. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 88(2): 347-360. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

123. WIDMAN, J.C.; RHODES, E.W. 1991. Nursery culture of the bay scallop, Argopecten irradians, in suspended mesh nets. Aquaculture 99: 257-267. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

124. WIKFORS, G.H.; Neeman, A.; Jackson, P.J. 1991. Cadmium-binding polypeptides in microalgal strains with laboratory-induced cadmium tolerance. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 79: 163-170. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

125. WILK, S.J.; MORSE, W.W.; STEHLIK, L.L. 1990. Annual cycles of gonad-somatic indices as indicators of spawning activity for selected species of finfish collected from the New York Bight. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 88(4): 775-786. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

126. WILLIAMS, A.B. 1991. Comments on the proposed conservation of the specific name of Artemia franciscana Kellogg, 1906 (Crustacea, Branchiopoda). (Case 2728; see BZN 47: 178-183; 48: 57). Bull. Zool. Nomencl. 48(3): 246-247. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

127. *WILLIAMS, A.B.; Baba, K. 1989. New squat lobsters (Galatheidae) from the Pacific Ocean: Mariana Back Arc Basin, East Pacific Rise, and Cascadia Basin. Fish. Bull. (U.S.) 87(4): 899-910. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

128. WILLIAMS, A.B.; Boschi, E.E. 1990. Panopeus margentus, a new crab from the Argentine warm temperate subregion (Decapoda: Xanthidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 103(3): 598-601. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

129. WILLIAMS, A.B.; Heard, R.W. 1991. Upogebia spinistipula, a new burrowing shrimp from the Florida shelf, northeastern Gulf of Mexico (Decapoda: Thalassinidea: Upogebiidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 104(1): 49-54. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

130. WILLIAMS, A.B.; McDermott, J.J. 1990. An eastern United States record for the western Indo-Pacific crab, Hemigrapsus sanguineus (Crustacea: Decapoda: Grapsidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 103(1): 108-109. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

131. WILLIAMS, A.B.; Moffitt, R.B. 1991. Crabs from the Mariana Archipelago: Bothromaia griffini new genus and species (Brachyura: Majidae), and remarks on Poupinia hirsuta Guinot (Homoloidea, Poupiniidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 104(3): 569-582. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

132. WILLIAMS, A.B.; Ngoc-Ho, N. 1990. Pomatogebia, a new genus of thalassinidean shrimps from western hemisphere tropics (Crustacea: Upogebiidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 103(3): 614-616. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

133. ZDANOWICZ, V.S. 1991. Determining the fates of contaminated wastes dumped in the New York Bight apex by use of metal enrichment factors. Environ. Sci. Technol. 25(10): 1760-1766. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications, Reports, and Presentations

134. Bend, J.; Clapham, P.; Hammond, P.; Katona, S.; Larsen, F.; Lien, J.; Mattila, D.; Mayo, C.; Øien, N.; Palsbøl, P.; POLACHECK, T.; Sigurjønsson, J.; SMITH, T.[D.] 1990. YoNAH: years of the North Atlantic humpback whale -- a proposal for discussion. Int. Whaling Comm. Sci. Doc. SC/42/O25; 9 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o T.D. Smith, National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

135. BENWAY, R.L. 1990. Expendable bathythermograph observations from the NMFS/Ship of Opportunity Program for 1989. Northeast Fish. Cent. Ref. Doc. 90-08; 34 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

136. BENWAY, R.L. 1991. Expendable bathythermograph observations from the NMFS/Ship of Opportunity Program for 1990. Northeast Fish. Cent. Ref. Doc. 91-01; 52 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

137. BERMAN, M.S. 1990. Enhanced zooplankton processing with image analysis technology. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1990/L:20; 5 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

138. BERRIEN, P. 1990. Atlantic mackerel egg production and spawner biomass estimates for the Gulf of St. Lawrence and northeastern United States waters in 1987. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1990/H:18; 25 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

139. BISAGNI, J.[J.] 1990. Remote detection of stratification on Georges Bank. In: Remote sensing science for the nineties. Vol. I: proceedings of the 10th annual international geoscience & remote sensing symposium, 20-24 May 1990, Washington, DC. College Park, MD: The University of Maryland; p. 457-461. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

140. Bogstad, B.; PENNINGTON, M.; Vølstad, J.H. 1991. An evaluation of survey design for estimating the food consumption by fish. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1991/D:15; 17 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

141. *BUCKLEY, L.J.; CALDARONE, E.M. 1989. Recent growth and biochemical composition of juvenile, young-of-year winter flounder from different areas of Narragansett Bay. Final report to the Narragansett Bay Project; 41 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: NOAA/URI Cooperative Marine Education and Research Prog., Univ. of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography, S. Ferry Rd., Narragansett, RI 02882-1197, U.S.A.

142. BUSCH, D.A.; SHERMAN, K. 1991. Narragansett Laboratory. In: Becker, C.D., ed. Fisheries laboratories of North America. Bethesda, MD: American Fisheries Society; p. 95-97. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

143. [CARVER, J.H.] 1990. Smoking fish. In: Dore, I., ed. Making the most of your catch: an angler's guide. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold; p. 58-68. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

144. CASEY, J.G.; KOHLER, N.E. 1990. Long distance movements of Atlantic sharks from the NMFS Cooperative Shark Tagging Program. Underwater Nat. 19(4)-20(1): 87-91. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

145. CHANG, S. 1990. Seasonal distribution patterns of commercial landings of 45 species off the northeastern United States during 1977-88. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-78; 130 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

146. CLARK, S.H. 1991. Book review: Fish decks: seafarers of the North Atlantic by William McCloskey. Fisheries 16(4): 59. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

147. COLLETTE, B.B. 1990. Gamefish profile. Thunnus obesus: the bigeye tuna. In: The edge big game fishing annual 1990: the yearbook of the Northeast sport fisherman. Bricktown, NJ: Offshore Informational Publications, Inc.; p. 97-99. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

148. Conservation and Utilization Division, Northeast Fisheries Center. 1991. Status of the fishery resources off the northeastern United States for 1990. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-81; 130 p. Available only through interlibrary loan.

149. [Conservation and Utilization Division, Northeast Fisheries Science Center]. 1991. Report of the Twelfth Northeast Regional Stock Assessment Workshop (12th SAW): spring 1991. Northeast Fish. Sci. Cent. Ref. Doc. 91-03; 187 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o S. Clark, National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

150. Conservation and Utilization Division, Northeast Fisheries Science Center. 1991. Status of the fishery resources off the northeastern United States for 1991. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]- F/NEC-86; 132 p. Available only through interlibrary loan.

151. DRAXLER, A.[F.J.], principal investigator. 1991. Water and sediment chemistry. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 18-26. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

152. DRAXLER, A.[F.J.]; ARLEN, L.; FINNERAN, T.; BRUNO, R. 1991. Sediment biogeochemistry. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 18-22. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

153. DRAXLER, A.[F.J.], principal investigator; DESHPANDE, A. 1991. Contaminants in biota: trace organic compounds in tissues of winter flounder and American lobster. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 53. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

154. DRAXLER, A.F.J.; Hauge, P.; DESHPANDE, A.D. 1991. Organic contaminants in hepatic tissues of lobster and flounder at the New York Bight "12 mile" Sewage Sludge Dumpsite: 1987-88. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-83; 10 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

155. *FARLEY, C.A.; Otto, S.V.; Scott, R.F. 1985. Epizootic sarcoma in Chesapeake Bay soft-shell clams. In: Proceedings of the 1985 interstate seafood seminar, Ocean City, MD, 29-31 October 1985; p. 93-98. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

156. GIBSON, J.A. 1991. Woods Hole Laboratory. In: Becker, C.D., ed. Fisheries laboratories of North America. Bethesda, MD: American Fisheries Society; p. 103-105. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

156a. HAIN, J.H.W. 1991. Airships for marine mammal reserach: evaluation and recommendations. A report to the Marine Mammal Commission. Nat. Tech. Info. Serv. PB92-128271.

157. HOLZWARTH, T.[J.]; MOUNTAIN, D.[G.] 1990. Surface and bottom temperature distributions from the Northeast Fisheries Center spring and fall bottom trawl survey program, 1963-1987. Northeast Fish. Cent. Ref. Doc. 90-03; 62 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

158. INGHAM, M.C., principal investigator. 1991. Physical oceanography. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 4-9. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o R.S. Armstrong, National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

159. JEFFRESS, D.; STEIMLE, F.[W.] 1990. Common jellyfish of the Middle Atlantic. Underwater Nat. 19(2): 8-12. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

160. JOSSI, J.W.; BENWAY, R.L. 1990. Surface and bottom temperatures, and surface salinities: Massachusetts to Cape Sable, N.S., and New York to the Gulf Stream, 1988. NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 90/26; 18 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

161. JOSSI, J.W.; BENWAY, R.L. 1990. Surface and bottom temperatures, and surface salinities: Massachusetts to Cape Sable, N.S., and New York to the Gulf Stream, 1989. NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 90/27; 17 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

162. JOSSI, J.W.; BENWAY, R.L. 1991. Surface and bottom temperatures, and surface salinities: Massachusetts to Cape Sable, N.S., and New York to the Gulf Stream, 1990. NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 91/91; 15 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

163. JOSSI, J.W.; GOULET, J.[, Jr.] 1990. Zooplankton community abundance coherence, and stability of the Northeast Shelf Ecosystem. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1990/L:93; 20 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

164. JOSSI, J.W.; GOULET, J.R.[, Jr.]; GREEN, J.R. 1991. 30 years of zooplankton variability in the Gulf of Maine. Paper presented at: Gulf of Maine scientific workshop, 8-10 January 1991, Woods Hole, MA; 5 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

165. JOSSI, J.W.; SMITH, D.E. 1990. Continuous plankton records: Massachusetts to Cape Sable, N.S., and New York to the Gulf Stream, 1989. NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 90/66; 11 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

166. JOSSI, J.W.; SMITH, D.E.; GOULET, J.R.[, Jr.] 1991. Continuous plankton records: Massachusetts to Cape Sable, N.S., and New York to the Gulf Stream, 1990. NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 91/92; 12 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

167. KANE, J.; GREEN, J.[R.] 1990. Zooplankton biomass on Georges Bank 1977-86. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1990/L:22; 11 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

168. [KAYLOR, J.D. (deceased).] 1990. Pickling and marinating fish. In: Dore, I., ed. Making the most of your catch: an angler's guide. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold; p. 49-57. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o R.J. Learson, National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

169. [KAYLOR, J.D. (deceased).] 1990. Salting fish. In: Dore, I., ed. Making the most of your catch: an angler's guide. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold; p. 35-48. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o R.J. Learson, National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

170. *KOHLER, N.[E.]; STILLWELL, C. 1989. Estimates of the evacuation rate and daily ration for the blue shark, Prionace glauca, in the western North Atlantic. Paper presented at: American Elasmobranch Society annual meeting, June 1989, San Francisco, CA; 44 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

171. [KRZYNOWEK, J.] 1990. Fish and nutrition. In: Dore, I., ed. Making the most of your catch: an angler's guide. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold; p. 116-124. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

172. [LEARSON, R.J.] 1990. One man's trash is another's treasure. In: Dore, I., ed. Making the most of your catch: an angler's guide. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold; p. 69-95. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

173. [LICCIARDELLO, J.J. (deceased).] 1990. Freezing the catch. In: Dore, I., ed. Making the most of your catch: an angler's guide. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold; p. 22-34. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o R.J. Learson, National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

174. [LICCIARDELLO, J.J. (deceased).] 1990. Yes, Virginia, seafood is safe to eat. In: Dore, I., ed. Making the most of your catch: an angler's guide. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold; p. 96-115. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o R.J. Learson, National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

175. MacKENZIE, C.L., Jr. 1991. Farming molluscs in this era of environmental conservation. In: Proceedings of the twenty-second annual shellfish conference, 14-15 May 1991, London, England. London: The Shellfish Association of Great Britain; p. 78-85. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

176. MacKENZIE, C.L., Jr. 1991. The literary contributions of Ernest Ingersoll. Explor. J. 69(1): 25-28. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

177. MANNING, J.[P.] 1991. Circulation: current meter observations. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 4-7. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

178. MANNING, J.[P.]; HOLZWARTH, T.[J.] 1990. Descriptions of oceanographic conditions on the Northeast continental shelf: 1977-1985. Northeast Fish. Cent. Ref. Doc. 90-04; 373 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

179. Milford Laboratory, Northeast Fisheries Center. 1990. Final report on a three-year assessment of reproductive success in winter flounder, Pseudopleuronectes americanus (Walbaum), in Long Island Sound, with comparisons to Boston Harbor: 1986-1988. I. Reproductive cycle: vitellogenin. II. Comparative reproductive success: biology, biochemistry, chemistry. III. Comparative embryo development and mortality; 112 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o A. Calabrese, National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

180. Milford Laboratory[, Northeast Fisheries Center]. 1990. Final report on reproduction success of hard clams in Long Island Sound. Contract report prepared for: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Regions I & II; 61 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o A. Calabrese, National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

181. MOUNTAIN, D.[G.] 1991. Hydrography: temperature/salinity profiles. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 7-9. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

182. MOUNTAIN, D.[G.]; GROSSLEIN, M., cochairmen. 1991. Large-area, long-term studies. In: [Sherman, K., chair.] GLOBEC -- NW Atlantic study. Appendix to: ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1991/G:78; p. 5. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

183. MOUNTAIN, D.G.; HOLZWARTH, T.J. 1990. Surface and bottom temperature and temperature anomaly time series from the Northeast Fisheries Center spring and fall bottom trawl survey program, 1963-1989. NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 90/13; 20 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

184. *MURAWSKI, S.A.; IDOINE, J.S. 1989. Multispecies size composition: a conservative property of exploited fishery systems? NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 89/76; 12 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

185. Ona, E.; PENNINGTON, M.; Vølstad, J. 1991. Using acoustics to improve the precision of bottom trawl indices of abundance. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1991/D:13; 11 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

186. OVERHOLTZ, W.J.; ARMSTRONG, R.S.; MOUNTAIN, D.G.; TERCEIRO, M. 1991. Factors influencing spring distribution, availability, and recreational catch of Atlantic mackerel (Scomber scombrus) in the Middle Atlantic and Southern New England regions. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-85; 13 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

187. PACHECO, A.L. 1991. Sandy Hook Laboratory. In: Becker, C.D., ed. Fisheries laboratories of North America. Bethesda, MD: American Fisheries Society; p. 99-101. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

188. PACHECO, A.[L.]; RUGG, J. 1991. Winter flounder and American lobster pathology. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 48-49. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

189. Payne, P.M.; Heinemann, D.W.; SMITH, T.D. 1990. Seasonal distribution of minke whales in the shelf and shelf-edge waters of the northeastern U.S. Int. Whaling Comm. Sci. Doc. SC/42/NHMi32; 12 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

190. PEARCE, J.B. 1990. The state of the world's oceans according to United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP): new ways forward for the Gulf of Maine. In: Konrad, V.; Ballard, S.; Erb, R.; Morin, A., eds. The Gulf of Maine: sustaining our common heritage -- proceedings of an international conference held in Portland, ME, December 10-12, 1989. Augusta, ME: Maine State Planning Office; p. 168-176. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

191. PENNINGTON, M.; Vølstad, J.H. 1991. Assessing the effect of intra-haul correlation and variable density on population estimates of population characteristics from marine surveys. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1991/D:14; 18 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

192. PHELAN, B. 1991. Migrations of winter flounder. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 49-53. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

193. PHOEL, W., principal investigator. 1991. Sediment metabolism. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 26-32. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o A.L. Studholme, National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

194. PHOEL, W.; MAY, B.; FOURNIER, P. 1991. Total plankton respiration. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 31-32. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o A.L. Studholme, National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

195. PHOEL, W.; MAY, B.; WALDHAUER, R.; FROMM, S.[A.]; ZETLIN, C. 1991. Near-bottom water chemistry. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 30-31. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o A.L. Studholme, National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

196. PHOEL, W.; SHARACK, K.; FANNING, A.; FROMM, S.[A.] 1991. Seabed oxygen consumption. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 26-30. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o A.L. Studholme, National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

197. POLACHECK, T. 1990. Results of field tests of line transect methods for shipboard sighting surveys for harbor porpoises. Int. Whaling Comm. Sci. Doc. SC/42/SM38; 23 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o T.D. Smith, National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

198. POLACHECK, T.; SMITH, T.[D.] 1990. Simulation results on the effects of dive time and movements on line transect estimates. Int. Whaling Comm. Sci. Doc. SC/42/NHMi31; 13 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o T.D. Smith, National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

199. POLACHECK, T.; Wenzel, F.W. 1990. What do stranding data say about harbor porpoise (Phocoena phocoena). Int. Whaling Comm. Sci. Doc. SC/42/SM39; 12 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o T.D. Smith, National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

200. PRATT, H.L., Jr.; Castro, J.I. 1990. Shark reproduction: parental investment and limited fisheries, an overview. Underwater Nat. 19(4)-20(1): 56-60. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

201. REID, R.N. 1990. Responses of habitats and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping--progress report. In: Cleaning up our coastal waters: an unfinished agenda. New York, NY: Manhattan College; p. 491-504. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

202. REID, R.N.; FROMM, S.A.; FRAME, A.B.; JEFFRESS, D.; VITALIANO, J.J. 1991. Responses of benthic macrofauna to phase out of sewage sludge disposal in the inner New York Bight. In: Coastal zone '91: proceedings of the seventh symposium on coastal and ocean management, 18-12 July 1991, Long Beach, CA. Vol. 3. New York, NY: American Society of Civil Engineers; p. 1859-1873. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

203. REID, R.[N.], principal investigator; FROMM, S.A.; JEFFRESS, D.; VITALIANO, J.[J.]; FRAME, A.[B.]; RADOSH, D.[J.] 1991. Benthic macrofauna. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 32-33. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

204. RUHSAM, C.M.; WOOD, G.B. 1991. Report of water masses receiving wastes from ocean dumping at the 106-Mile Dumpsite: January 1, 1990 through December 31, 1990. Northeast Fish. Sci. Cent. Ref. Doc. 91-02; 5 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

205. SANO, M.H. 1990. Report of water masses receiving wastes from ocean dumping at the 106-Mile Dumpsite: January 1, 1989 through December 31, 1989. Northeast Fish. Cent. Ref. Doc. 90-06; 6 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o R.S. Armstrong, National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

206. SANO, M.H.; WOOD, G.B. 1990. Anticyclonic warm-core Gulf Stream rings off the northeastern United States during 1989. NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 90/25; 16 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o R.S. Armstrong, National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

207. SHERMAN, K. 1990. Large marine ecosystems as global units for management: an ecological perspective. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1990/L:24; 19 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

208. SHERMAN, K. 1990. Monitoring and assessment of large marine ecosystems: a global and regional perspective. Paper presented at: EPA symposium on ecological indicators, 16-19 October 1990, Miami, FL; 57 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

209. [SHERMAN, K., chairman.] 1991. GLOBEC -- NW Atlantic study. Appendix to: ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1991/G:78; 13 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

210. SHERMAN, K. 1991. Stress, mitigation, and sustainability of biomass yields in large marine ecosystems. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1991/L:12; 31 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

211. SHERMAN, K. 1991. The Antarctic marine ecosystem in global perspective. Paper presented at: International BIOMASS colloquium, 18-20 September 1991, Bremerhaven, Germany; 38 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

212. SHERMAN, K.; COHEN, E.B. (deceased); Langton, R.W. 1990. The Northeast continental shelf: an ecosystem at risk. In: Konrad, V.; Ballard, S.; Erb, R.; Morin, A., eds. The Gulf of Maine: sustaining our common heritage -- proceedings of an international conference held in Portland, ME, December 10-12, 1989. Augusta, ME: Maine State Planning Office; p. 120-167. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

213. SHERMAN, K.; GREEN, J.[R.]; BERMAN, M.[S.] 1991. Annual variability in temperature-linked calanoid dominance of the Northeast Shelf Ecosystem. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1991/L:10; 15 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

214. SHERMAN, K.; JOSSI, J.[W.]; GOULET, J.[R., Jr.] 1990. Comparative stability of zooplankton communities of the Northeast U.S. Shelf Ecosystem and the North Sea Ecosystem in relation to climatic variability. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1990/L:23; 18 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

215. SMITH, T.D.; PALKA, D.; BISACK, K.; DiNardo, G. 1991. Preliminary estimates of harbor porpoise abundance and by-catch. Northeast Fish. Sci. Cent. Ref. Doc. 91-04; 7 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

216. SMITH, W.G.; MORSE, W.W. 1990. Larval distribution patterns: evidence for the collapse/recolonization of Atlantic herring on Georges Bank. ICES [Int. Counc. Explor. Sea] C.M. [Comm. Meet.] 1990/H:17; 16 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

217. STEIMLE, F.W.; TERRANOVA, R. 1991. Trophodynamics of select demersal fishes in the New York Bight. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-84; 11 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

218. STILLWELL, C. 1990. The ravenous mako. Underwater Nat. 19(4)-20(1): 77-78. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

219. STROUT, G.A. 1990. Variation in the shelf water front position in 1989 from Georges Bank to Cape Hatteras. NAFO [Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ.] SCR [Sci. Counc. Res.] Doc. 90/24; 9 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

220. STROUT, G.[A.]; CHRISTENSEN, D. 1990. Apex predator fish distributions, bathymetry and sea surface temperature fronts off the northeast United States. In: Remote sensing science for the nineties. Vol. I: proceedings of the 10th annual international geoscience & remote sensing symposium, 20-24 May 1990, Washington, DC. College Park, MD: The University of Maryland; p. 463-466. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

221. STUDHOLME, A.L.; INGHAM, M.C.; PACHECO, A., editors. 1991. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82; 57 p. Available only through interlibrary loan.

222. THEROUX, R.B. 1991. The Northeast Shelf Ecosystem: stress, mitigation, and sustainability: decadal population, assessment and trends: benthos. Paper presented at: Symposium on the Northeast Shelf Ecosystem: stress, mitigation, and sustainability, 12-15 August 1991, Narragansett, RI; 43 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

223. [TUKHUNEN, B.] 1990. Basic techniques for fish cooking. In: Dore, I., ed. Making the most of your catch: an angler's guide. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold; p. 125-136. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o R.J. Learson, National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

224. WIGLEY, S.E.; GABRIEL, W.L. 1991. Distribution of sexually immature components of 10 Northwest Atlantic groundfish species based on Northeast Fisheries Center bottom trawl surveys, 1968-86. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-80; 17 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

225. WILK, S.[J.], principal investigator. 1991. Fish and megainvertebrates. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 33-53. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

226. WILK, S.[J.]; PACHECO, A.[L.]; PIKANOWSKI, R.; McMILLAN, D.; STEHLIK, L.[L.] 1991. Species composition, distribution, and abundance. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 33-48. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

227. ZDANOWICZ, V.S.; GADBOIS, D.[F.] 1990. Contaminants in sediment and fish tissue from estuarine and coastal sites of the northeastern United States: data summary for the baseline phase of the National Status and Trends Program Benthic Surveillance Project, 1984-1986. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-79; 138 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

228. ZDANOWICZ, V.S.; INGHAM, M.C.; LEFTWICH, S. 1990. Monitoring the effects of sewage sludge disposal at the 106-Mile Dumpsite using mid-water fish as sentinels of contaminant metal uptake: a feasibility study. Northeast Fish. Cent. Ref. Doc. 90-02; 6 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

229. ZDANOWICZ, V.[S.]; LEFTWICH, S.; FINNERAN, T.; LEIMBURG, E. 1991. Sediment trace metals. In: Studholme, A.L.; Ingham, M.C.; Pacheco, A., eds. Response of the habitat and biota of the inner New York Bight to abatement of sewage sludge dumping: third annual progress report -- 1989. NOAA [Nat. Ocean. Atmos. Admin.] Tech. Memo. NMFS [Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv.]-F/NEC-82: 22-26. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

Published Abstracts of Oral Presentations and Poster Displays

230. BERMAN, M.S.; Katsinis, C.; Jeffries, H.P.; Lambert, R.M. 1990. Image analysis techniques for the identification and measurement of marine zooplankton. (Abstr.) EOS Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 71: 94. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

231. BISAGNI, J.J. 1990. Ocean surface topography measured by the Geosat radar altimeter during the frontal air-sea interaction experiment (FASINEX). (Abstr.) EOS Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 71(43): 1374. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

232. BODAMMER, J.E. 1991. Light and electron microscopic studies on the early stages of fin erosion disease in winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus). (Abstr.) In: 14th annual AFS/FHS meeting [and] 32nd western fish disease conference held at the Hotel Newport and OSU/Hatfield Marine Science Center, Newport, Oregon, July 31-August 3, 1991; p. 26. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: NOAA/URI Cooperative Marine Education and Research Prog., Univ. of Rhode Island, East Farm, Bldg. 14, Kingston, RI 02881, U.S.A.

233. BODAMMER, J.E. 1991. The cytopathology of fin erosion disease in winter flounder. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts: winter flounder biology workshops, December 3-4, 1991, Mystic, Connecticut; p. 27. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: NOAA/URI Cooperative Marine Education and Research Prog., Univ. of Rhode Island, East Farm, Bldg. 14, Kingston, RI 02881, U.S.A.

234. BOREMAN, J. 1990. Developing standards for measuring restoration of coastal habitats. (Abstr.) Prepared for: 46th annual northeast fish and wildlife conference, 8-11 April 1990, Nashua, NH; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: NOAA/UMass Cooperative Marine Education and Research Prog., Univ. of Massachusetts, Environmental Inst., Blaisdell House, Amherst, MA 01003-0040, U.S.A.

235. BOWMAN, R.E. 1990. Approximation of daily ration for three species of flatfish based on daily feeding cycles. (Abstr.) Prepared for: 46th annual northeast fish and wildlife conference, 8-11 April 1990, Nashua, NH; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

236. BUCKLEY, L.J.; SMIGIELSKI, A.S.; HALAVIK, T.A.; BURNS, B.R.; LAURENCE, G.C. 1990. Growth and mortality of marine fish larvae and their relation to temperature and prey availability. (Abstr.) Prepared for: meeting on development and aquaculture of marine larvae, 12-15 August 1990, Bergen, Norway; 1 p. Senior/sole Center author's mailing address: NOAA/URI Cooperative Marine Education and Research Prog., Univ. of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography, S. Ferry Rd., Narragansett, RI 02882-1197, U.S.A.

237. CALDARONE, E.M.; BUCKLEY, L.J. 1990. An automated flow injection system (FIS) for analysis of nucleic acid levels in fish. (Abstr.) Prepared for: meeting on development and aquaculture of marine larvae, 12-15 August 1990, Bergen, Norway; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

238. DAWSON, M.A.; KUROPAT, C.A.; MERCALDO-ALLEN, R.; KAPAREIKO, D. 1990. Blood chemistry of two species of flounder along the northeast coast of the U.S.; seasonal and geographic variations. (Abstr.) Physiologist 33: A-90. Abstr. No. 63.6. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

239. DAWSON, M.A.; Renfro, J.L. 1990. Organic anion transport in cultured flounder renal proximal tubules: effects of organic toxicants. (Abstr.) Fed. Am. Soc. Exp. Biol. J. 4: A548. Abstr. No. 1631. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

240. DAWSON, M.A.; Renfro, J.L. 1991. Effects of organochlorine pesticides on active organic anion secretion by primary cultures of winter flounder proximal tubules. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts: winter flounder biology workshop, December 3-4, 1991, Mystic, Connecticut; p. 23-24. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

241. DAWSON, M.A.; Renfro, J.L. 1991. Effects of pesticides on organic anion secretion by winter flounder renal proximal tubule cells in culture. (Abstr.) Prepared for: sixth international symposium on responses of marine organisms to pollutants, 24-26 April 1991, Woods Hole, MA; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

242. FAHAY, M.P.; Bowers, J.; Able, K.W. 1990. Characteristics of cusk eel (Ophidiidae) reproduction and larval distribution in the Middle Atlantic Bight. (Abstr.) Prepared for: 70th annual meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, June 1990, Charleston, SC; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

243. *FARLEY, C.A. 1985. Epizootiology of presumed infectious sarcoma in Chesapeake Bay soft clams Mya arenaria. (Abstr.) In: Proceedings of the 1985 interstate seafood seminar, Ocean City, MD, 29-31 October 1985; p. 92. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

244. FARLEY, C.A.; Plutschak, D. 1991. Hemolymph thioglycolate diagnosis for Perkinsus disease and application to three years of oyster disease surveys in Maryland. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts, XXIV annual meeting, Society for Invertebrate Pathology, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, August 4-9, 1991; p. 41. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

245. FARLEY, C.A.; Plutschak, D.L.; Krantz, G.E. 1991. Crassostrea gigas disease exposure to Haplosporidium nelsoni and Perkinsus marinus in Chesapeake Bay waters. (Abstr.) J. Shellfish Res. 10(1): 306-307. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

246. FARLEY, C.A.; Plutschak, D.; MESSICK, G.[A.] 1991. Hemanalysis methods for systemic disease diagnosis of invertebrate animals. (Abstr.) In: Abstracts, Atlantic Estuarine Research Society meeting, spring 1992; 11 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

247. FARLEY, C.A.; Straight, B. 1991. An in vivo clinical study of Perkinsus marinus disease in the American oyster, Crassostrea virginica, using hemolymph thioglycolate diagnosis. (Abstr.) In: Abstracts, Atlantic Estuarine Research Society meeting, spring 1991; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

248. FARLEY, C.A.; Straight, B. 1991. An in vivo clinical study of Perkinsus marinus disease in the American oyster, Crassostrea virginica, using hemolymph thioglycolate diagnosis. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts, XXIV annual meeting, Society for Invertebrate Pathology, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, August 4-9, 1991; p. 40. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

249. Gladu, P.K.; Patterson, G.W.; WIKFORS, G.H.; Lusby, W.R. 1990. Free and combined sterols in Pavlova gyrans. (Abstr.) Prepared for: 81st American Oil Chemists' Society annual meeting, 22-26 April 1990, Baltimore, MD; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

250. *GOLDBERG, R.; WIDMAN, J.C. 1989. Settlement and recruitment of Mercenaria mercenaria in Long Island Sound, Connecticut. (Abstr.) J. Shellfish Res. 8(2): 456. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

251. GOLDBERG, R.; WIKFORS, G.H. 1991. Growth of hard clams in Long Island Sound: sorting out the determining factors. (Abstr.) In: 11th annual shellfish biology seminar, February 26-27, 1991; p. 6. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

252. GOULET, J.R., Jr. 1990. Stochastic surfaces in large marine ecosystems. (Abstr.) Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. Suppl. 71(2): 171. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

253. JOSSI, J.W.; GOULET, J.R., Jr. 1990. 30 years of zooplankton variability in the Gulf of Maine. (Abstr.) Prepared for: Gulf of Maine workshop, January 1990, Woods Hole, MA; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

254. KERN, F.G. 1991. Sarcoma-like neoplasm in Mercenaria mercenaria clams from Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island. (Abstr.) Prepared for: 16th annual eastern fish health workshop, 11-13 June 1991, Martinsburg, WV; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

255. LEWIS, E.J. 1991. An infection study of the oyster, Crassostrea virginica, by Haplosporidium nelsoni (MSX). (Abstr.) In: Abstracts, Atlantic Estuarine Research Society meeting, spring 1991; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

256. LEWIS, E.J. 1991. An infection study of the oyster, Crassostrea virginica, by Haplosporidium nelsoni (MSX). (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts, XXIV annual meeting, Society for Invertebrate Pathology, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, August 4-9, 1991; p. 39. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

257. LUEDKE, D.; LUNDSTROM, R.C.; RUSSEL[L], M.[M.] 1991. Generation of monoclonal antibodies for species identification of cooked seafood products. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts: 36th annual Atlantic fisheries technological conference, Sheraton Inn, Ithaca, New York, August 18-21, 1991; p. 6. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, P.O. Box 12607, James Island, Charleston, SC 29412-9110, U.S.A.

258. MacKENZIE, C.L., Jr. 1990. Can we culture natural sets of hard clams? (Abstr.) Environ. Audit. 2(1): 6. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

259. MacKENZIE, C.L., Jr. 1991. Recent developments in the improving shellfisheries of Canada's maritime provinces. (Abstr.) In: 11th annual shellfish biology seminar, February 26-27, 1991; p. 19. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

260. MacLEAN, S.A.; MEISE-MUNNS, C. 1991. Risk of disease in winter flounder of Northeast estuaries. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts: winter flounder biology workshop, December 3-4, 1991, Mystic, Connecticut; p. 30. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

261. MANNING, J.P. 1990. Bottom current observations in the vicinity of the 12-Mile Dumpsite. (Abstr.) EOS Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 71: 532. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

262. MARTIN, C.; LEARSON, R.J.; LUNDSTROM, R.C. 1990. Paralytic toxins in offshore shellfish: the events of 1989--future implications. (Abstr.) Environ. Audit. 2(1): 4. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

263. MARTIN, C.; WILHELM, K.A.; LEARSON, R.J. 1991. Selective destruction of paralytic toxins in processed surf clams. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts: 36th annual Atlantic fisheries technological conference, Sheraton Inn, Ithaca, New York, August 18-21, 1991; p. 13. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

264. MAYFIELD, S.M.; LUNDSTROM, R.C.; Kim, S.H.; RUSSEL[L], M.M. 1991. Use of enzyme linked-immunosorbent assay (ELISA) for the quantification of Alaskan pollock surimi in processed beef. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts: 36th annual Atlantic fisheries technological conference, Sheraton Inn, Ithaca, New York, August 18-21, 1991; p. 9. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 30 Emerson Ave., Gloucester, MA 01930, U.S.A.

265. McLAUGHLIN, S.M.; FARLEY, C.A.; Hetrick, F.M. 1991. Transmission studies of sarcoma disease in the soft-shell clam, Mya arenaria. (Abstr.) Prepared for: American Fisheries Society Western Division 1991 annual meeting; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

266. McLAUGHLIN, S.M.; FARLEY, C.A.; Hetrick, F.M. 1991. Transmission studies of sarcoma disease in the soft-shell clam Mya arenaria. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts, XXIV annual meeting, Society for Invertebrate Pathology, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, August 4-9, 1991; p. 41. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

267. MESSICK, G.A. 1991. A brief synopsis of principal diseases of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus. (Abstr.) In: Abstracts, Atlantic Estuarine Research Society meeting, spring 1992; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

268. MESSICK, G.A. 1991. A brief synopsis of principal diseases of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts, XXIV annual meeting, Society for Invertebrate Pathology, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, August 4-9, 1991; p. 40. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

269. MESSICK, G.A. 1991. A brief synopsis of principal diseases of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus. (Abstr.) Prepared for: 16th annual eastern fish health workshop, 11-13 June 1991, Martinsburg, WV; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

270. MICHAELS, W.L.; GROSSLEIN, M.; McNAMARA, S. 1990. Predation on age-0 sand lance, cod, and haddock by migrating mackerel on Georges Bank. (Abstr.) Prepared for: 46th annual northeast fish and wildlife conference, 8-11 April 1990, Nashua, NH; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

271. Northeast Fisheries Science Center. 1991. Development of a population model for anthropogenic effects upon reproduction, growth, and survival of winter flounder in Long Island Sound. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts: winter flounder biology workshop, December 3-4, 1991, Mystic, Connecticut; p. 33-34. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o W. Blogoslawski, National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

272. ROBOHM, R.A. 1991. Antibacterial agglutinins and opsonins in sea scallops (Placopecten magellanicus) and the effects of heavy-metal exposure. (Abstr.) Dev. Comp. Immunol. 15(Suppl. 1): S46. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

273. ROBOHM, R.A.; KAPAREIKO, D. 1991. Antibody levels against bacterial pathogens are increased in winter flounder from polluted sites. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts: winter flounder biology workshop, December 3-4, 1991, Mystic, Connecticut; p. 25-26. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

274. SANO, M.[H.]; BISAGNI, J.J. 1990. Satellite observations of short time scale sea surface temperature variability on southern Georges Bank. (Abstr.) EOS Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 71(43): 1407. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: c/o R.S. Armstrong, National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

275. SHERMAN, K. 1991. The ecological basis for the management of living marine resources of the Northwest Atlantic Continental Shelf Ecosystem. (Abstr.) Prepared for: symposium on science and management of large marine ecosystems, 18 February 1991, Washington, DC; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 28 Tarzwell Dr., Narragansett, RI 02882-1199, U.S.A.

276. SINDERMANN, C.J. 1990. Chitinoclastic disease syndromes in marine Crustacea. (Abstr.) In: Proceedings and abstracts, Vth international colloquium on invertebrate pathology and microbial control, Adelaide, Australia, 20-24 August 1990; p. 411. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 904 S. Morris Ave., Oxford, MD 21654, U.S.A.

277. SMITH, B.[C.] 1990. Yields of microalgal anabolic products from controlled cultures. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts, 29th Northeast algal symposium, Woods Hole, MA, 28-29 April 1990; p. 17. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

278. SMITH, B.C. 1991. Some advances in the axenic mass culture of microalgae using a semicontinuous carboy apparatus. (Abstr.) In: Fralick, R.A.; Sears, Jr., convens. Program and abstracts: 30th Northeast algal symposium, April 27th and 28th, 1991, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

279. Stebbing, A.R.D.; Dethlefsen, V.; THURBERG, F.[P.] 1990. Workshop to test biological techniques to monitor the North Sea. (Abstr.) In: Proceedings of the SETAC 11th annual meeting, Seattle, WA, 11-15 November 1990; Abstr. No. 141. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

280. STEHLIK, L.L.; MacKENZIE, C.L., Jr. 1990. Seasonal distributions and abundances of rock, Jonah, and northern lady crabs on the Northwest Atlantic shelf. (Abstr.) Prepared for: 46th annual northeast fish and wildlife conference, 8-11 April 1990, Nashua, NH; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

281. STEIMLE, F.[W.] 1991. Winter flounder trophodynamics in the stressed New York Bight apex. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts: winter flounder biology workshop, December 3-4, 1991, Mystic, Connecticut; p. 18-19. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.

282. STILES, S. 1991. Influence of environmental factors on genotoxicity of petroleum and PCB compounds on American oyster eggs and embryos. (Abstr.) In: 11th annual shellfish biology seminar, February 26-27, 1991; p. 31. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

283. STILES, S.; CHOROMANSKI, J. 1990. A genetic model of polyploidy and hybridization in shellfish. (Abstr.) Environ. Audit. 2(1): 10. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

284. VECCHIONE, M. 1991. Dissolved oxygen and the distribution of the euryhaline squid Lolliguncula brevis. (Abstr.) Bull. Mar. Sci. 49(1-2): 668. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Rm. 57WC, National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20560-0001, U.S.A.

285. *WIDMAN, J.C.; GOLDBERG, R. 1989. Growth and survival of hard clams at various densities in three Long Island Sound locations. (Abstr.) J. Shellfish Res. 8(2): 488. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

286. WIKFORS, G.H. 1991. Hard clam nutrition in the lab and in the field: what does one tell us about the other? (Abstr.) In: 11th annual shellfish biology seminar, February 26-27, 1991; p. 7. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

287. WIKFORS, G.H.; Gladu, P.K.; Patterson, G.W. 1991. In search of the ideal algal diet for oysters: recent progress, with emphasis on sterols. (Abstr.) In: Abstracts, 1991 annual meeting, June 23-27, 1991, National Shellfisheries Association, Portland, Maine; p. 292. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

288. WIKFORS, G.H.; Gladu, P.K.; Patterson, G.W.; FERRIS, G.E.; SMITH, B.C. 1990. The role of algal sterols in oyster nutrition: evidence from Milford feeding studies. (Abstr.) Environ. Audit. 2(1): 5. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

289. WIKFORS, G.H.; Neeman, A.; Jackson, P.J. 1991. Cadmium-binding polypeptides in marine microalgal strains subjected to long-term cadmium stress. (Abstr.) In: Fralick, R.A.; Sears J., convens. Program and abstracts: 30th Northeast algal symposium, April 27th and 28th, 1991, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

290. WIKFORS, G.H.; Smolowitz, R.M. 1991. Detrimental effects of a Prorocentrum isolate upon hard clams and bay scallops in laboratory feeding studies. (Abstr.) In: Abstracts [and] participants: fifth international conference on toxic marine phytoplankton, Newport, R.I., Oct. 28 - Nov. 1, 1991; p. 134. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 212 Rogers Ave., Milford, CT 06460-6435, U.S.A.

291. Witherell, D.; BURNETT, J. 1991. Growth and maturation of winter flounder in Massachusetts waters. (Abstr.) In: Program and abstracts: winter flounder biology workshop, December 3-4, 1991, Mystic, Connecticut; p. 13-14. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

292. Witting, D.A.; Able, K.W; ROUNTREE, R.A.; Sogard, S.M.; Szedlmayer, S.F.; FAHAY, M.P. 1990. Recruitment and habitat ecology of New Jersey flatfishes: preliminary results. (Abstr.) Prepared for: 70th annual meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, June 1990, Charleston, SC; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097, U.S.A.

293. Witting, D.A.; Able, K.W.; Szedlmayer, S.F.; FAHAY, M.P. 1990. Ichthyoplankton of Little Egg Inlet, New Jersey: seasonal variation in contribution from continental shelf vs. estuarine spawning grounds. (Abstr.) Prepared for: 14th larval fish conference, May 1990, Beaufort, NC; 1 p. Sole/senior Center author's mailing address: National Marine Fisheries Service, Bldg. 74, Magruder Rd., Highlands, NJ 07732, U.S.A.


Indices

Following are four indices: three subject indices ("Organisms," "Geographic Areas," and "Residual Subjects") and an author index ("Center Authors"). Because of the relatively few entries in each of the subject indices, these indices have a primitive construction (i.e., no subentries and no cross-referencing).

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 each fish, mollusk, and crustacean covered by the AFS lists, and for which a common name is given in those lists, the AFS's common name is used. For an organism covered by the AFS lists, but for which no common name is given, the AFS's scientific name, followed by the encompassing family name within parentheses, is used.

The American Society of Mammalogists (ASM) has published a list of the scientific and common names of marine mammals: Wilson, D.E.; Reeder, D.M. 1993. Mammal species of the world: a taxonomic and geographic reference. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press; 1206 p. For each marine mammal covered by the ASM list, one of the ASM's given common names is used.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has published a list of the scientific and common names of sea turtles and sea birds: Banks, R.C.; McDiarmid, R.W.; Gardner, A.L. 1987. Checklist of vertebrates of the United States, the U.S. territories, and Canada. U.S. Fish Wildl. Serv. Resour. Publ. 166; 79 p. For each sea turtle and sea bird covered by the USFWS list, the USFWS's common name is used.

For names of organism not covered by the AFS, ASM, or USFWS lists, reliance is primarily on Gosner's 1971 treatise (Gosner, K.L. 1971. Guide to identification of marine and estuarine invertebrates: Cape Hatteras to the Bay of Fundy. New York, NY: Wiley-Interscience; 693 p.), and secondarily on Meglitsch's 1967 textbook (Meglitsch, P.A. 1967. Invertebrate zoology. New York, NY: Oxford University Press; 961 p.). When such an organism (i.e., not covered by the AFS, ASM, or USFWS lists) has a popular common name, then that common name is used, followed by the scientific name. When such an organism does not have a popular common name, then the scientific name is used, typically followed by (for higher/more advanced life forms) an encompassing higher-level taxon within parentheses, or (for lower/more primitive life forms) a generic descriptor within parentheses (e.g., bacterium, alga, echinoid).

In addition, several artificial collectivizing terms (e.g., demersal fish, decapod crustaceans, bivalve mollusks) are included to assist the worker looking at broader taxa or at community/ecosystem-level functions.

Abralia trigonura (Enoploteuthidae) 117
Acadian redfish 56, 145, 148, 150, 224
Acartia tonsa (copepod) 118
albacore 42
alewife 125, 145, 148, 150
algae 33-35, 38, 124, 249, 277, 287, 289, 290
American eel 49, 293
American lobster 49, 58, 105, 145, 148-150, 153, 154, 188, 201, 212, 221, 225
American plaice 145, 148, 150, 224
American sand lance 14, 44, 72, 236
American shad 49, 145, 148, 150
Ameson michaelis (microsporidian) 267-269
amphipods 86, 202, 258
Amphora coffeiformis (diatom) 34
anadromous fishes 7, 49, 69, 125, 145, 148, 150, 212, 214, 257
angel sharks 70
Antarctic icefish (Champsocephalus gunneri) 91, 98
aquatic vegetation 38, 40, 49
Argyropelecus sp. (Sternoptychidae) 228
Artemia franciscana (Branchiopoda) 126
Atlantic brief squid 119, 284
Atlantic calico scallop 38
Atlantic cod 16, 46, 81, 85, 91, 97, 140, 145, 148-150, 182, 209, 236, 270
Atlantic croaker 26, 227
Atlantic herring 23, 30, 42, 91, 98, 145, 148, 150, 212, 216
Atlantic mackerel 23, 30, 42, 44, 51, 74, 75, 108, 122, 138, 145, 148-150, 186, 270
Atlantic menhaden 42, 44, 49, 145, 293
Atlantic rock crab 105, 109, 221, 225, 226, 280
Atlantic salmon 148, 150, 212
Atlantic silversides 293
Atlantic surfclam 37, 145, 148, 150, 262, 263
Atlantic white-sided dolphin 118
Atlantic wolffish 145, 148, 150
Aurelia aurelia (jellyfish) 159
Axiopsis exima (Axiidae) 43

Bacillus spp. (bacteria) 272
bacteria 10, 48, 59, 69, 83, 93, 100, 174, 201, 221, 267-269, 272, 273
bay anchovy 293
bay scallop 38, 49, 50, 87, 123, 175, 290
benthic macrofauna 86, 93, 110, 202, 203, 221, 222
benthic meiofauna 93
Beroe ovata (jellyfish) 159
bigeye thresher 144
bigeye tuna 147
bignose shark 144
bivalve mollusks 5, 6, 10, 29, 33, 37, 38, 48-50, 69, 78, 87, 113, 123, 145, 148-150, 155, 175, 180, 212, 243-251, 254-256, 258, 259, 262,
263, 265, 266, 272, 282, 283, 285-288, 290
black sea bass 125, 145, 148, 150
blacktip shark 83, 144
blueback herring 145, 148, 150
blue crab 49, 59, 90, 145, 246, 267-269
bluefish 44, 49, 145, 148, 150
blue mussel 48, 145, 212, 259
blue shark 83, 144, 170, 220
Bothromaia griffini (Majidae) 131
brine shrimps 126
burrowing shrimps 43
butterfish 125, 145, 148-150

calanoid copepods 57, 76, 118, 163, 164, 213, 214
Calanus finmarchicus (copepod) 57, 76, 163, 164, 213, 214
capelin (Mallotus virens) 91, 98, 140
Capitella sp. (polychaete) 201, 202, 221
C. capitata (polychaete) 202
Carcinonemertes carcinophila (nemertean) 267-269
cartilaginous fishes 15, 44, 69, 70, 82-84, 144, 145, 148, 150, 170, 172, 200, 218, 220, 221, 225, 226
catadromous fishes 49, 69, 293
Centropages typicus (copepod) 57, 163, 164, 213, 214
cephalopods 75, 89, 108, 117, 119-122, 145, 148-150, 172, 284
Ceratoscopelus maderensis (Myctophidae) 228
Cerebratulus lacteus (nemertean) 49
cetaceans 75, 76, 108, 118, 122, 134, 189, 197, 199, 215
Chlamys hericia (Pectinidae) 38
C. nipponensis (Pectinidae) 38
C. opercularis (Pectinidae) 38
Chrysaora quinquecirrha (jellyfish) 159
chub mackerel 42
Clostridium botulinum (bacterium) 174
C. perfringens (bacterium) 221
coarsehand lady crab 109
Codium fragile (alga) 38
comb jellies 159
common dolphin 75, 108, 122
common periwinkle 212
copepods 57, 76, 118, 163-166, 213, 214
crabs 4, 43, 49, 59, 90, 105, 109, 128, 130, 131, 145, 221, 225, 226, 246, 258, 267-269, 280
croaker 145
crustaceans 4, 40, 43, 49, 57-59, 69, 76, 86, 90, 91, 98, 100, 102, 103, 105, 109, 115, 116, 118, 126-132, 145, 148-150, 153, 154,
163-166, 188, 201-203, 211-214, 221, 225, 226, 246, 258, 267-269, 276, 280
cusk 145, 148, 150
cusk eels 242
Cyanea capillata (jellyfish) 159
Cyclotella cryptica (diatom) 34

Dasyatis spp. (Dasyatidae) 83
decapod crustaceans 4, 40, 43, 49, 58, 59, 69, 90, 105, 109, 116, 127-132, 145, 148-150, 153, 154, 188, 201, 212, 221, 225, 226, 246,
258, 267-269, 276, 280
deepsea cartilaginous fishes 83
demersal fishes 1, 8, 11-14, 16, 22-26, 28, 41, 46, 49, 52, 56, 61-65, 67-69, 71, 78, 79, 81, 85, 91, 97, 98, 112, 125, 140, 141, 145,
148-150, 153, 154, 172, 179, 182, 188, 192, 201, 209, 212, 217, 221, 224-227, 232, 233, 235, 236, 238-242, 260, 264, 270, 271, 273,
281, 291-293
Detonula confervaceae (diatom) 34
diatoms 34
dinoflagellates 53, 251, 262, 267-269, 290
dogfishes 44, 83, 145, 148, 150, 172, 221, 225, 226
Dunaliella tertiolecta (microalga) 124, 289
dusky shark 144

eastern oyster 10, 33, 49, 50, 175, 244-249, 255, 256, 259, 282, 283, 287, 288
Echinarachnius parma (sand dollar) 111
eel grass (Zostera marina) 38, 40, 49
Escherichia coli (bacterium) 48
Euphausia superba (krill) 91, 98
European anchovy (Engraulis encrasicholus) 42

fin whale 76
fourspot flounder 125, 217, 221, 225, 226, 235
freshwater viviparous halfbeaks (Hemiramphodon) 2
fungi 69, 100

glacier lanternfish 228
Glugea (microsporidian) 141, 188, 221, 225
G. lingua (microsporidian) 141
G. stephani (microsporidian) 141
Glycera sp. (polychaete) 49
goosefish 145, 150, 172, 212
green crab 90
gulf grassflat crab 90
gulf menhaden 42
Gymnothorax parini (Muraenidae) 22
Gyrodinium cf. aureolum (dinoflagellate) 53

haddock 16, 46, 78, 97, 145, 148, 150, 224, 236, 270
haemogregarines 51
halfbeaks 2, 20
Haplosporidium nelsoni (ascetosporan) 245, 246, 255, 256
harbor porpoise 197, 199, 215
harvestfish 159
helminths 100
Hematodinium perezi (dinoflagellate) 267-269
Hemigrapsus sanguineus (Grapsidae) 130
Hemiramphodon chrysopunctatus (Exocoetidae) 2
H. kapuaensis (Exocoetidae) 2
H. kuekenthali (Exocoetidae) 2
H. phaiosoma (Exocoetidae) 2
H. pogonognathus (Exocoetidae) 2
H. tengah (Exocoetidae) 2
Hinnites multirugosus (Bivalvia) 38
hogchoker 26
horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) 49
humpback 76, 108, 134
Hygophum hygomi (Myctophidae) 228

ichthyoplankton 1, 81, 138, 242, 292, 293
Isochrysis sp. (microalga) 124, 289, 290
I. galbana (microalga) 124, 289

jack mackerel 42
jellyfishes 159
Jonah crab 109, 280

krill 91, 98, 211

lady crab 90, 109, 280
Lagenidium callinectes (fungus) 267-269
Lampanyctus sp. (Myctophidae) 228
lemon shark 83
little skate 145, 221, 225, 226
Loligo forbesi (Loliginidae) 120
longfin squid 75, 120, 122, 145, 148-150
longhorn sculpin 227
Loxothylacus texanus (barnacle) 267-269

mackerels 18, 23, 30, 42, 44, 51, 74, 75, 108, 122, 138, 145, 148-150, 186, 270
marine mammals 23, 73, 75, 76, 108, 118, 122, 134, 189, 197, 199, 215
megamouth shark 83
meroplankton 119
Metridia lucens (copepod) 163, 164, 214
microalgae 34, 35, 124, 249, 277, 289, 290
Microphallus basydactylophallus (trematode) 267-269
minke whale 189
Mnemiopsis leidyi (comb jelly) 159
mollusks 5, 6, 10, 29, 33, 37, 38, 48-50, 69, 75, 78, 87, 89, 108, 113, 117, 119-121, 123, 145, 148-150, 155, 172, 175, 180, 202, 203, 212,
221, 243-251, 254-256, 258, 259, 262, 263, 265, 266, 272, 282-288, 290
mud crabs 258
Munidopsis granosicorium (Galatheidae) 127
M. lignaria (Galatheidae) 127
M. marianica (Galatheidae) 127
Mustelus manazo (Carcharhinidae) 83

Navicula pelliculosa (diatom) 34
needlefishes 9, 19
Neocarcinus olsonorum (Calappidae) 4
Nereis virens (polychaete) 49
night shark 144
Nitzschia brevirostris (diatom) 34
northern fulmar 108
northern gannet 108
northern quahog 49, 50, 113, 175, 180, 250, 251, 254, 258, 285, 286, 290
northern right whale 76
northern sand lance 72, 108
northern searobin 125
northern shortfin squid 108, 122, 145, 148-150
northern shrimp 115, 145, 148, 150, 212

oceanic whitetip shark 144
ocean pout 78, 145, 148, 221, 225, 226
ocean quahog 145, 148, 150
offshore hake 125
offshore tonguefishes (Symphurus) 63
Oithona spp. (copepods) 163, 164, 214
oyster toadfish 26

Pacific oyster 245
Panopeus margentus (Xanthidae) 128
Paramoeba perniciosa (amoeba) 267-269
parasitic crustaceans 100
Pavlova gyrans (microalga) 35, 249
P. lutheri (microalga) 124, 289
Pecten maximus (Pectinidae) 38
P. novae-zelandiae (Pectinidae) 38
P. yessoensis (Pectinidae) 38
pelagic fishes 2, 9, 14, 18-20, 23, 30, 42, 44, 49, 51, 69, 72-76, 91, 98, 108, 122, 125, 138, 140, 145, 147-150, 159, 186, 212, 216, 220,
228, 236, 270, 293
Perkinsus marinus (apicomplexan) 244-247
Phaeodactylum tricornutum (microalga) 124, 289
phytoplankton 33-35, 38, 53, 124, 165, 166, 249, 251, 277, 287, 289, 290
pilot whales (Globicephala) 75, 122
plankton 1, 3, 33-35, 38, 53, 57, 76, 81, 97, 118, 119, 124, 137, 138, 163- 167, 214, 230, 242, 249, 251, 253, 277, 287, 289, 290, 292, 293
Pleurobrachia pileus (comb jelly) 159
pollock 145, 148, 150, 224
polychaetes 49, 201-203, 221
Pomatogebia (Upogebiidae) 132
porbeagle 82, 83
portly spider crab 90
Portuguese sardine (Sardina pilchardus) 42
Poupinia hirsuta (Poupiniidae) 131
Prorocentrum spp. (dinoflagellates) 251, 290
P. micans (dinoflagellate) 290
P. minimum (dinoflagellate) 290
protozoans 51, 53, 69, 100, 141, 188, 221, 225, 244-247, 251, 255, 256, 262, 267-269, 290
Pseudocalanus spp. (copepods) 163, 214
Pseudomonas (bacterium) 267-269

rainbow trout 214
Raja badia (Rajidae) 83
rays 83, 172
red deepsea crab 105, 145
red hake 125, 145, 148, 150, 172, 217, 221, 225, 226
river herrings 145, 148, 150

salmon 257
Salmonella (bacterium) 48, 174
S. typhimurium (bacterium) 48
sandbar shark 144
sand lances (Ammodytes) 14, 23, 30, 44, 72, 76, 108, 236, 270
Scorpaenodes immaculatus (Scorpaenidae) 80
scup 49, 145, 148, 150
sea birds 23, 73, 108
sea lettuce (Ulva lactuca) 49
searobins 125, 172
sea scallop 38, 78, 145, 148-150, 262, 272
Sebastes spp. (Scorpaenidae) 85
sei whale 76
sharks 15, 44, 70, 82, 83, 144, 170, 172, 200, 218, 220
Shigella (bacterium) 48, 174
S. flexneri (bacterium) 48
shortfin mako 144, 218
shortnose sturgeon 49
shrimps 43, 115, 126, 129, 132, 145, 148, 150, 212
silver hake 125, 145, 148, 150, 172, 217, 221, 225, 226, 236
skates 83, 145, 148, 150, 172, 221, 225, 226
smallmouth flounder 292
smooth dogfish 44, 221, 225, 226
softshell 29, 48-50, 155, 212, 243, 246, 265, 266
spinner shark 83
spiny dogfish 44, 145, 148, 150, 221, 225, 226
spot 26, 145, 227
spotted hake 125
sprat (Sprattus sprattus) 42
squat lobsters 116, 127
squids 75, 108, 117, 119, 120, 122, 145, 148-150, 172, 284
Staphylococcus aureus (bacterium) 48, 174
Sthenoteuthis oualaniensis (Ommastrephidae) 117
Streptococcus faecalis (bacterium) 48
striped bass 7, 145, 148, 150
striped searobin 125
Strongylocentrotus droebranchiensis (echinoid) 212
summer flounder 1, 125, 145, 148, 150, 292, 293
Symphurus caribbeanus (Cynoglossidae) 63
S. chabanaudi (Cynoglossidae) 52
S. civitatium (Cynoglossidae) 63
S. diabolicus (Cynoglossidae) 52
S. ligulatus (Cynoglossidae) 61
S. lubbocki (Cynoglossidae) 61
S. melanurus (Cynoglossidae) 62
S. melasmatotheca (Cynoglossidae) 64
S. nigrescens (Cynoglossidae) 61
S. normani (Cynoglossidae) 61
S. oculellus (Cynoglossidae) 63
S. oligomerus (Cynoglossidae) 52
S. plagusia (Cynoglossidae) 63
S. plagusia complex (Cynoglossidae) 63
S. prolatinaris (Cynoglossidae) 65
S. reticulatus (Cynoglossidae) 61
S. sechurae (Cynoglossidae) 62
S. seychellensis (Cynoglossidae) 62
S. tessellatus (Cynoglossidae) 63
S. undecimplerus (Cynoglossidae) 64
S. vanmelleae (Cynoglossidae) 61

tautog 145
Tetraselmis maculata (microalga) 124, 289
thalassinidean shrimps 43, 129, 132
Thalassiosira pseudonana (diatom) 34
T. weisflogii (diatom) 34
thorny skate 145
thresher shark 82, 83
tiger shark 144
tilefish 112, 145, 150
tomato seeds 203, 221
tonguefishes (Symphurus) 52, 61-65
trematodes 141, 267-269
tunas (Thunnus) 42, 88, 147

Upogebia spinistipula (Upogebiidae) 129
Urosporidium crescens (haplosporidian) 267-269

Vibrio sp. (bacterium) 10, 174, 267-269, 272
V. parahaemolyticus (bacterium) 174, 267-269
viruses 59, 69, 100, 174, 267-269

walleye pollock 264
weakfish 26, 49, 145
white barracuda 228
white hake 28, 145, 148, 150, 224
white marlin 220
windowpane 24, 125, 145, 150, 217, 224, 227, 292, 293
winter flounder 8, 11-14, 25, 41, 68, 71, 79, 85, 125, 141, 145, 148, 150, 153, 154, 179, 188, 192, 201, 217, 221, 224, 225, 227, 232, 233,
235, 236, 238-241, 260, 271, 273, 281, 291-293
winter skate 145
witch flounder 145, 148, 150, 224

yellowfin tuna 220
yellowtail flounder 125, 145, 148-150, 224, 235, 238

zooplankton 3, 57, 76, 97, 118, 137, 163-167, 214, 230, 253


Geographic Areas

Generally, Northeast Fisheries Science Center research occurs throughout, and/or applies to, the whole Northwest Atlantic continental shelf from the U.S.-Canadian border to Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Consequently, the Center's publications, reports, presentations, and abstracts generally cover, and/or pertain to, the whole area. For this reason, this geographic area index lists only those areas which are: (1) outside the general area; or (2) specific sites or areas inside the general area.

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

Aleutian Islands (AK) 83
Antarctic Marine Ecosystem 211
Argentina 128

Bahamas 83
Baltimore Harbor (MD) 227
Banda Sea Ecosystem 97
Barents Sea 91, 98, 140
Barents Sea Ecosystem 98
Bay of Fundy (NB & NS) 197, 199
Bermuda 83
Black Hills Uplift (SD & WY) 4
Boston Harbor (MA) 8, 71, 79, 179, 227, 273
Bridgeport Harbor (CT) 180
Buzzards Bay (MA) 227

Calcasieu Lake (LA) 118, 119, 284
California Current Ecosystem 98
Canadian maritime provinces 259
Cape Cod (MA) 40
Caribbean Sea 97
Cascadia Basin (OR) 127
Casco Bay (ME) 227
Chesapeake Bay (MD & VA) 29, 50, 155, 243-245, 265, 266, 283
Chesapeake Bight 110, 178
Christiaensen Basin (NJ & NY) 217
Crowell Basin (Gulf of Maine) 214

Delaware Bay (DE & NJ) 227, 283
Delaware Bight 178

eastern Atlantic 61
eastern Bering Sea 83
eastern Long Island Sound (CT & NY) 227
eastern Pacific 52, 64, 65, 131
eastern tropical Atlantic 18-20
East Pacific Rise (Mexico) 127
Elizabeth River (VA) 26, 227

Frenchmans Bay (ME) 227

Georges Bank 46, 56, 57, 60, 81, 97, 110, 139, 149, 150, 157, 167, 178, 182-184, 207, 209, 216, 262, 270, 274
Grand Cayman (Caribbean Sea) 83
Great Bay (NJ) 227, 292
Great South Channel (MA) 149, 178
Greenwich Harbor (CT) 180
Gulf of Maine 23, 28, 45, 56, 60, 67, 110, 115, 135, 136, 149, 150, 157, 160-166, 178, 182, 190, 199, 212, 214, 253
Gulf of Mexico 129
Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem 98
Gulf of St. Lawrence 138
Gulf Stream 32, 160-162, 165

Hawaii 117
Hudson Canyon (NJ) 112

Indonesia 2
inner New York Bight 201, 202

Little Egg Harbor (NJ) 292
Little Sheepshead Creek, Little Egg Inlet (NJ) 293
Long Island Sound (CT & NY) 11, 24, 41, 71, 79, 113, 179, 180, 227, 250, 251, 258, 271, 273, 285
lower Chesapeake Bay (VA) 227
Lower Warley Hill Formation (SC) 43
Lydonia Canyon (Georges Bank) 112

Machias Bay (ME) 227
Maine 105, 272
Mariana Archipelago (western Pacific) 131
Mariana Back Arc Basin (western Pacific) 127
Maryland 244
Massachusetts 105, 291
Massachusetts Bay (MA) 214, 216
Mediterranean Sea 61
Merrimack River (NH) 227
mid-Chesapeake Bay (MD & VA) 227
Middle Atlantic Bight 1, 32, 55, 60, 75, 136, 157, 166, 178, 183, 242
Middle Atlantic Bight apex 60
Middle Atlantic Bight southern shelf 60
Middle Atlantic Shelf 149, 150, 159, 186
Milford Harbor (CT) 180

Nantucket Island (MA) 235
Nantucket Shoals (MA) 216, 262
Narragansett Bay (RI) 11, 12, 141, 227, 254
New England 215
New Haven Harbor (CT) 180, 232, 233
New Jersey 1, 53, 130, 272
New York Bight 110, 125, 135, 151-154, 158, 160-163, 165, 177, 178, 181, 188,
192-196, 203-205, 214, 217, 221, 225, 226, 229, 232, 233
New York Bight apex (NJ & NY) 86, 133
Northeast Channel (Gulf of Maine) 178
Northeast U.S. Shelf Ecosystem 96, 98, 106, 163, 189, 207, 208, 210, 212-214,
222, 275
northern California Current Ecosystem 96, 207, 208, 210
northern Gulf of Mexico 98
North Sea 207, 279
North Sea Ecosystem 214
Norwalk Harbor (CT) 180
Norwegian Sea Ecosystem 97

106-Mile Dumpsite (NJ & NY) 204, 205, 228

Penobscot Bay (ME) 227
Pettaquamscutt River (RI) 90
Philadelphia-Camden Dumpsite (DE & NJ) 105

Quincy Bay (MA) 227

Raritan Bay (NJ & NY) 49, 227, 232, 233

Salem Harbor (MA) 227
Santa Barbara (CA) 70
Sargasso Sea 228
Scotian Shelf 214
South Carolina 43
Southeast U.S. Shelf Ecosystem 98
southern Gulf of Maine 76
Southern New England 60, 110, 149, 150, 186, 217
Southern New England Bight 178
South Georgia (Antarctica) 91, 98

Tred Avon River (MD) 255
12-Mile Dumpsite (NJ & NY) 105, 133, 151-154, 158, 177, 181, 188, 192-196, 201, 203, 221, 225, 226, 229, 261

upper Chesapeake Bay (MD) 227

Walters Shoals, Madagascar Ridge (Indian Ocean) 21, 22, 80
Wassaw Sound (GA) 37
Weddell Sea 97
western Gulf of Maine (MA, ME & NH) 57
western Indo-Pacific 130
western Long Island Sound (CT & NY) 227
western tropical Atlantic 132
West Greenland Sea Ecosystem 97
Wilkinson Basin (MA) 214
Wilmington River (GA) 37

Yucatan 83


Residual Subjects

The terms used in this index are, to the extent possible, the terms used by the author(s) of each individual work. In some instances, this leads to different terms for fundamentally identical entities or concepts (e.g., bathymetric distribution/depth distribution, population interchange/population intermixing). With the lack of subentries and cross-referencing, this could pose a problem for the non-researcher seeking to identify all works in a given discipline. It shouldn't pose any problem for the trained researcher, however.

abundance 40, 57, 76, 77, 83, 99, 106, 109, 118, 122, 134, 148-150, 201, 213, 215, 216, 221, 225, 226, 253, 280, 293
abundance estimation 39, 185
acenaphthene 227
adaptive management 99
age determination 83, 87
age-frequency distribution 115
age & growth 70, 83
age structure 212
aldrin 227
algal bloom 53, 99, 166, 251, 290
algal bloom effect 87
algal diet 287
algal effect 280
algal feeding 288
algal nutrition 249, 286, 287, 290
algal productivity 277
algology 33, 288
allergy 174
ambicoloration 188, 221, 225
ammonium 193, 195, 221
amnesic shellfish poisoning 262
anatomy 2
angler access 49
animal parasitism 100
annual exploitation rate 149
annual temperature cycle 213
annual variability 164
antibody 273
anthracene 227
antimony 227
apex predation 220
aquaculture 5, 33, 37, 87, 104, 123, 175, 212, 258, 277, 278, 288
aquarium 100
Aroclor 1254 71, 282
arsenic 38, 227
automated fluorometric system 237
availability to fishery 186

bacterial decomposition 48
bacterial disease 69
bacteriology 10
bait fishery 49
barefoot treading 49
bathymetric effect 220
bathymetry 83
behavior 121
bentfin disease 188, 221, 225
benzene 282
benzoanthracene 227
benzopyrene 227
bioassay 120
biochemical composition 13
biochemistry 11, 14, 33-35, 58, 71, 97, 124, 141, 287-289
biodynamics 97
biography 50, 89, 176
biological effect 104
biological-effects technique 279
biomass 86, 93, 97, 98, 106, 110, 167, 212, 221, 225, 226
biomass production 111
biomass yield 95, 96, 99, 209, 210
biopsy 134
biotoxin 10, 174
biphenyl 227
2,2-bis-p-chlorophenylacetic acid (DDA) 239, 241
bite/sting 174
blood chemistry 4, 58, 238
blue crab dredge 49
bobbing 49
body size 18-20
body size - egg size relationship 116
book review 146
bottom trawl survey 78, 108, 185, 191
bottom-water current 261
bottom-water dissolved oxygen 193, 194, 201, 221
bottom-water salinity 178
bottom-water temperature 157, 160-162, 178, 183, 221, 225, 226
brassicasterol 33
brine dipping 85
bycatch 122, 215

cadmium 24, 38, 112, 113, 124, 180, 227, 228, 272, 289
cage culture 37
canyon 112
captivity 83
capture method 42
carbofuran 239
carbon budget 98
care & maintenance in captivity 83
catch 148, 150, 186
catch location 145
catch per unit of effort 149
catch projection 149
chemical oceanography 193-196, 201, 221, 284
chitinoclasia 267-269
chlordane 29, 227
chlorinated hydrocarbon 174
chlorinated pesticide 112
chlorine 6
chlorpyrifos 239
cholesterol 44, 171, 287
chromatography 114
chromium 38, 112, 133, 151, 201, 221, 227-229
chromosomal abnormality 180
chrysene 227
churning hoe & scap net 49
ciguatera poisoning 174
circulation effect 28
citizen action 190
clam drag 49
climate change 213
climatic effect 97, 214
commercial fishery 23, 27, 49, 67, 87, 91, 99, 122, 146, 148-150, 259
commercial fishery landings 148-150
Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) 211
community dynamics 23, 73
community functioning 184
community production 212
community stability 214
community structure 212
compensatory mechanism 31
compensatory response 74
competition 76
condition 141
contaminant 68, 71, 113, 124, 133, 153, 180, 190, 221, 239-241, 270, 282, 289
contaminant effect 8, 124, 179, 202, 240, 241, 272
contaminant excretion 239
contaminant fate 133
contaminant tolerance 124
continuous plankton record 165, 166
continuous plankton recorder survey 164
controlling force 94, 97, 212
copper 24, 38, 112, 113, 133, 151, 180, 201, 221, 227-229, 272
cost-benefit ratio 234
courtship 83, 84
crustacean parasite 100
crystallization 114
cynazine 239
cyst 188, 221, 225
cytogenetic abnormality 79, 113
cytogenetics 180
cytological abnormality 41, 79, 113
cytology 7, 8, 180, 282
cytopathology 233

daily feeding cycle 235
daily food ration 170, 235
damming 49
data access 149
data base 222
deep submersible research vessel 45, 121
DeLury analysis 149
density 86
density dependence 74
density-dependent effect 251
density effect 38, 123, 285
deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) 11, 237
depositional sink 38
depth distribution 64, 109, 167, 222
depuration 6
developmental stage 18-20
diarrhetic shellfish poisoning 262
dibenzoanthracene 227
Dicambia 239
dichlorodiphenyldichloroethane (DDD) 227
dichlorodiphenyldichloroethylene (DDE) 227
dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) 227
2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) 239-241
dichloroprop 240, 241
diel variation 119
diet 83, 217
digestive gland 120
dimethylnaphthalene 227
discard 23, 67, 149
disease 8, 29, 38, 59, 68, 69, 100, 105, 188, 201, 221, 225, 232, 233, 245, 246, 255, 260, 265-269, 273, 283
disease control 100
disease defense 100
disease development 247, 248
disease diagnosis 244
disease effect on population 247, 248
disease prevalence 50, 243, 276
disease prevention 105
disease progression 256
disease registry 69
dissolved oxygen 193, 194, 210, 221, 284
dissolved oxygen effect 38, 119
distillation 114
distribution 1, 18-20, 53, 56, 63, 83, 87, 109, 121, 131, 147, 201, 213, 216, 220, 221, 224-226, 284
diurnal effect 109, 122
diurnal feeding habits 217
dive-time effect 198
downwelling 97
drift gill net 49
drilling mud 38
driving force 95, 96, 99, 209, 210
dumpsite 105, 133, 201, 204, 205

early life history 1, 10-12
early life stage 13, 14, 28, 29, 56, 71, 79, 81, 83, 84, 87, 88, 113, 116, 117, 119, 123, 138, 180, 182, 209, 214, 216, 224, 236, 237, 242,
251, 270, 282, 284, 292, 293
ecological effect 66, 104
ecological feedback 96
ecological index 275
ecological perturbation/stress 96, 97, 210
ecological relationship 108
ecology 23, 67
economic effect 100
economics 23, 27, 50, 67, 148, 150, 234
ecosystem dynamics 23, 73
ecosystem index 212
ecosystem management 66, 95-99, 207-211
ecosystem stability 163
ecosystem sustainability 210
ecosystem variability 212
egg 71, 87, 138, 179, 180
egg production 138
egg size 12, 116, 179, 180
egg viability 12
embryo 12, 13, 71, 79, 113, 180, 282
embryonic abnormality 179
embryonic development 179
embryonic survival 179
environmental effect 11, 13, 31, 57, 118, 119, 182, 186, 209, 213, 220, 236, 255, 256, 280, 284
environmental factor 16, 251, 282
environmentally induced abnormality 100
epibrassicasterol 33
epizootic 29, 100, 155, 265, 266
epizootiology 243
equilibrium yield 91, 99
erythrocyte 41
estuary 1, 26, 38, 41, 49, 79, 90, 113, 119, 125, 180, 232, 233, 260, 292
etiology 232, 233, 265, 266
eutrophication 49
evacuation rate 170
expendable bathythermograph (XBT) 135, 136

fat 44
fatty acid 114
fatty acid methyl ester 44
faunal assemblage 222
fecundity 12, 267-269
feeding behavior 170
feeding habits 83
female size 12
fertilization 179, 180
fin erosion disease 232, 233
finrot 188, 201, 221, 225
first feeding 120
first-feeding size 13
fish decline 49
fish decline cause 49
fishery 27, 49, 82, 83, 87, 99, 106, 148-150, 21, 259
fishery conflict 49
fishery economics 99, 106
fishery interaction 23, 67
fishery management 23, 31, 66, 67, 73, 74, 83, 84, 92, 98, 106, 107, 148, 150, 207, 208, 211, 275
fishery - marine mammal interaction 122, 199, 215
fishery potential 97
fishing cooperative 49
fishing effect 15, 74, 82-84, 184, 212
fishing effort 23, 67, 148, 150
fishing fleet 148, 150
fishing gear 23, 49, 67, 148, 150
fishing mortality 122, 200
fishing mortality rate 149
fishing port 49
fish kill 53
fish marketing 49
fish musculature 42
fish oil 44, 114
fish price 49
fish processing 49, 85, 148, 150
fish products trade 148, 150, 257
fish recipe 223
fish tagging 15, 83
fixed gill net 49
flow injection 14
fluoranthene 154, 227
fluorene 227
food availability 38, 251
food chain 95, 98
food chain theory 91, 99
food habits 75, 90, 117, 119, 122, 140, 147, 170, 201, 218, 281
foreign fishery 122, 148
fractionation 114
frequency of occurrence 86
frozen shelf life 47
frozen storage 173
frozen storage factor 47
fungal disease 69
fyke net 49

gear effect 149
genetic abnormality 100
genetics 282, 283
genetic structure 134
geographic distribution 222
global change 94, 97
global climate change 209, 213
Global Ocean Ecosystems Dynamics Program (GLOBEC) 182, 209, 211
glycophosphate 241
gonadosomatic index 12
gonad-somatic index 125
gray literature 17
grow-out method 87
growth 1, 28, 37, 46, 53, 56, 74, 87, 97, 123, 141, 213, 236, 237, 250, 251, 271, 285, 287, 291
growth rate 82, 83, 111

habitat 18-20, 40, 52, 61, 87, 110, 175, 201, 217, 234, 292
habitat assessment 234
habitat comparison 40
habitat degradation 175
habitat management 175
habitat physical degradation 190
habitat quality 190
habitat requirement 83, 84
habitat restoration 234
habitat selection 93
habitat use 28
halogenated hydrocarbon 38
hand line 49
hand rake 49
hatchery technology 87
haul seine 49
head kidney 7
heavy metal 24, 38, 71, 112, 113, 124, 133, 179, 180, 201, 227, 228, 272, 289
hemanalysis 246
hemolymph thioglycolate culture 246
hepatosomatic index 141
heptachlor 227
heptachlor epoxide 227
herbicide 239
heterochrony 9
hexachlorobenzene 227
high-performance liquid chromatography 26
histology 120
histopathology 69
history 49, 50, 142, 156, 176, 187
Holden method 82, 83
human dietary mineral 171
human dietary protein 171
human health 262
human heart disease 171
hybridization 283
hydroacoustic survey 185
hypoxia 284

ichthyoplankton survey 108
identification key 61, 131
image analysis 3, 97, 137, 230
immunology 272
infection 59
infectious sarcoma disease 243
Ingersoll, Ernest 50, 176
instrument 201, 228, 230, 237
interannual variation 57, 158, 163, 167, 221, 225, 226
international young gadid pelagic trawl (IYGPT) 81
interspecific competition 90
introduced species 38, 104, 130
iron 133, 151, 221, 228, 229
irradiation 48, 54

Japanese elasmobranch fishery 83
jaw morphology 9
joint venture 148
juvenile 1, 28, 29, 81, 123, 141, 224, 251, 292

kidney 239
kidney function 25

large marine ecosystem 3, 94-99, 207-212, 252, 275
larva 1, 10-14, 56, 71, 81, 87, 88, 113, 138, 179, 180, 216, 236, 237, 242, 250, 270, 282, 292, 293
larval abnormality 180
larval abundance 39
larval culture 87
larval production 39
larval settlement 250
larval size 11
larval survival 11
lead 112, 133, 151, 201, 221, 227-229
length-frequency distribution 115
Leslie analysis 149
life history 15, 63, 82, 83
life history - population model 271
limiting factor 82, 83
lindane 227
line-transect method 197, 198
lipid 11
liver disease 8
lobster pot 49
lobster pound 105
longevity 87
lymphocystis 188, 221, 225

manganese 38, 227, 228
mapping 252
mariculture 100
marine mammal sighting survey 198
Marine Resources Monitoring, Assessment, and Prediction Program (MARMAP) 136
mark-recapture method 15, 83, 192, 221, 225
mass mortality 100
maturation 56, 291
maturity 61, 74, 83, 84, 122
maximum size 61
meadow 40
meat count 149
mecoprop 240, 241
megafauna - sediment relationship 45
meiosis 180
mercury 24, 38, 227, 228
meristics 2, 52, 61, 64, 65, 72, 80
metal-enrichment factor 133
metazoan disease 69
method 3, 14, 26, 36, 70, 97, 108, 114, 115, 117, 121, 123, 133, 137, 140, 143, 149, 168, 169, 172, 175, 198, 201, 228, 230, 237, 244, 246,
252, 257, 263, 264, 278, 279
methomyl 239
2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid (MCPA) 240, 241
methylnaphthalene 227
methylphenanthrene 227
Mexican shark fishery 83
microbial pathogen 100
microbial sewage sludge indicator 221
micronucleus 41
Middle Eocene 43
migration 154, 192, 199, 221, 225
mirex 227
mitosis 180
mixed-species fishery 23, 67
model 23, 39, 67, 73, 74, 83, 91, 97-99, 107, 115, 179, 213, 221, 271, 283
modeling 209
molting 58
monitoring 201, 209, 228
monoclonal antibody 257, 264
Monte Carlo simulation model 39
morphology 9, 65, 80, 121, 127
morphometrics 61, 83, 122
mortality 74, 97, 113, 180, 236
movement 144
movement effect 198
multiannual variability 164
MULTIFAN analysis 149
multiple opening-closing net & environmental sensing system (MOCNESS) 81
multispecies fishery management 66, 107
multispecies model 23, 67, 107
multispecies virtual population analysis (MSVPA) 23, 107

naphthalene 227, 282
Narragansett Laboratory 142
natural factor 38
natural history 50, 176
natural mortality 23, 38, 73, 74
near-bottom water chemistry 193, 221
neoplasm 254
neoplastic disease 100
new genus 132
new species 43, 52, 61, 63, 64, 80, 127, 128
nickel 112, 151, 201, 221, 227-229
nitrate 193, 195, 221
nitrite 193, 195, 221
NMFS Cooperative Shark Tagging Program 144
noninfectious disease 69
nucleic acid 237
nursery 1, 40, 292, 293
nutrient 193, 195, 221
nutritional deficiency 38

occurrence 53, 76
ocean dumping 105, 133, 202, 204, 205
ocean law 97, 207, 208, 210
oil dispersant 38
oil spill 38
omega-3 fatty acid 42, 171
ontogenetic development 9, 180
organic carbon 93
organic contaminant 154
organic hydrocarbon 26, 112, 227
otter trawling 49
overfishing 49
ozone 6

paleontology 4, 43
paralarva 117, 119, 120, 284
paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) 174
paralytic shellfish toxin 262
paralytic toxin 262, 263
parasite 50, 69, 87, 241, 174, 188, 221, 225, 246, 255, 267-269
parenting 200
particulate organic carbon (POC) 93
particulate organic carbon flux 93
pathogen 10
pathology 59, 68, 69
pearl net 123
pentachlorobiphenyl 71, 153, 221, 282
perylene 227
pesticide 29, 227, 239-241
petrochemical 282
phenanthrene 227
phosphate 193, 195, 221
photographic survey 134
photography 95, 121
phylogeny 83, 116
physical adaptation 42
physical oceanography 32, 55, 60, 135, 136, 139, 157, 158, 160-162, 164, 177, 178, 181, 182, 204-206, 209, 213, 219-221, 225, 226,
231, 274
physiology 14, 24, 25, 53, 58, 83, 121, 124, 240, 241, 287
picloram 239
pitch fork 49
pollutant 26, 29, 49, 68, 112, 201, 228, 279
pollutant effect 29, 68, 105, 113, 141, 180, 273, 276, 282
pollutant uptake 227, 228
pollution 86, 105, 133, 151-153, 188, 190, 192-196, 202-205, 221, 225, 227, 229, 273, 281
pollution-associated disease 100
pollution effect 41, 71, 79, 86, 260, 271, 281
pollution tolerance 289
pollution treatment 190
polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) 71, 112, 113, 153, 154, 179, 180, 221, 227, 282
polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) 26, 38, 112, 154, 227
polyploidy 180, 283
polyunsaturated fat 171
population density 197, 203, 221
population dynamics 15, 23, 31, 67, 73, 74, 83, 92, 111, 134, 236
population effect 100
population estimation 191
population interchange 134
population intermixing 192, 221, 225
population regulation 31
population structure 134
population variability 99, 253
pound net 49
predation 23, 30, 38, 76, 87, 99, 106, 175, 270
predation mortality 23, 73, 74
predator 258
predator control 37, 258
predator - prey interaction 76, 91, 97, 99
predator - prey relation 182, 209
predictive yield model 91, 99
pregnancy 83, 84
pregnancy rate 199
prey 217
prey availability 236
prey consumption 83, 99, 106, 140
productivity 94, 97, 106, 111, 222
process-oriented study 209
protozoan disease 69
public health 100
pycnocline 32, 139
pyrene 154, 227

radioactive fallout 38
radioactivity 174
range 52, 61, 63, 64, 72, 109, 130
reactive silicate 193, 195, 221
recreational fishery 27, 49, 143, 147-150, 167, 169, 171-174, 186, 223
recruitment 16, 46, 97, 149, 250
recruitment variability 31
relaying 6
remote sensing 139, 231, 274
reproduction 1, 11-13, 71, 79, 82-84, 87, 113, 138, 147, 179, 180, 199, 200, 242, 271, 292, 293
reproduction cycle 179
reproduction rate 12
reproductive success 179, 180
research evaluation 199
research planning 14, 83, 84, 94, 97, 99, 108, 149, 182, 208-211, 215
research proposal 134
residence - turnover time 93
resource allocation 27
resource enhancement 175, 259
resource management 175
resource productivity 98
ribonucleic acid (RNA) 11, 237
ribonucleic acid content 13
ribonucleic acid - deoxyribonucleic acid analysis 14
ribonucleic acid - deoxyribonucleic acid ratio 11, 97
risk 91, 99
rocking chair dredge 49

sail dredging 49
salinity 55, 158, 178, 181, 221, 256, 282, 284
salinity effect 38, 118, 119, 255
salinity intrusion 32
sampling 105, 140
sampling design 78, 191
sampling gear 81
sampling gear comparison 81
Sandy Hook Laboratory 187
sarcoma disease 155, 265, 266
satellite 231, 274
saurine poisoning 174
scallop dredge survey 78, 108
schooling 197
school size 197
scientific communication 5, 17, 101
scombrid poisoning 174
seabed oxygen consumption 193, 196, 201, 221
seafood additive 264
seafood cooking 223
seafood edibility 172
seafood glazing 173
seafood labeling 42, 173
seafood marinating 168
seafood marketability 267-269
seafood nutritional value 42, 114, 171
seafood packaging 47, 173
seafood parts 172
seafood pickling 168
seafood poisoning 174
seafood processing 263
seafood preservation 42, 143, 168, 169
seafood quality factor 42
seafood refreezing 173
seafood safety 174
seafood salting 169
seafood smoking 143
seafood storage temperature 47
seafood table preparation 172
seafood technology 42, 48, 54, 59, 85, 114, 143, 168, 169, 171-174, 223, 257, 263, 264
seafood temperature indicator 47
seafood thawing 47, 173
sea sampling 149
seasonal abundance 40
seasonal abundance cycle 213
seasonal distribution 109, 119, 186, 189, 199, 224, 280
seasonal effect 24
seasonality 29, 57, 110, 125, 145, 163, 165, 177, 213, 255, 293
seasonal variation 158, 167, 221, 225, 226
sea-surface topography 231
secondary production 98
sediment 93, 201
sediment acid-solubile sulfide 151, 152, 221
sediment biogeochemistry 151, 152, 221
sediment chemistry 151, 152, 221, 229
sediment detrital organic flux 93
sediment effect 222
sediment erosion 221
sediment labile carbon 151, 152, 221
sediment metabolism 193, 221
sediment redox potential 151, 152, 201, 221
sediment resuspension 221, 261
sediment texture 227
sediment trace metal 151, 152, 221
sediment transport 221, 261
sediment type 45
selenium 227
sewage discharge 38
sewage sludge 86, 105, 133, 151-153, 188, 192-196, 201-205, 221, 225, 228, 229, 281
sex ratio 109, 280
shedding system 59
shelf water 32, 60, 204, 205, 219
shell disease 102, 103, 105, 188, 221, 225, 276
shellfishery 50, 176
shellfish nutrition 53
shellfish sanitation 54
shell height 149
shell stocking 258
Shepherd's length-composition analysis 115
Ship of Opportunity Program (SOOP) 136
short-handled rake 49
sighting survey 108
siltation 49
silver 38, 112, 227
simazine 239
simulation model 97, 198
size composition 184
size frequency 111
slope water 32, 204-206
spatial distribution 76, 108, 122, 199, 224
spawnability 180
spawning 1, 12, 13, 125, 138
spawning behavior 242
spawning seasonality 28
spawning stock biomass 91, 92, 99, 138, 149
spawning stock biomass per recruit analysis 149
spawning time 12
spearing 49
species composition 21, 40, 99, 106, 121, 184, 221, 225, 226, 293
species description 22, 61, 65, 80, 131, 147
species diversity 202, 203, 221
species identification 88, 257
species interaction 66, 91, 99, 184
species richness 40
species transfer 104
specimen reference collection 222
spleen 7
starvation 120, 236
statistical analysis 77, 78, 185, 191
sterol 33-35, 249, 287, 288
stock assessment 74, 148-150
stock extirpation 216
stocking 259
stock recovery 216
stock - recruitment relationship 23, 67, 91, 92, 99, 149
stock separation 28
stock size 149
stranding 199
subspecific variation 87
superaeration effect 38
surface salinity 135, 136, 160-162, 164, 178
surface temperature 135, 136, 157, 160-162, 164, 178, 183, 186, 274
surimi 264
survey 36, 39, 45, 77, 108, 121, 140, 148, 149, 164, 185, 191, 209
survey index 149
survival 11, 12, 37, 46, 97, 123, 250, 271, 285
sustainability 91
synergistic effect 282
systematics 2, 4, 22, 35, 52, 61-65, 72, 83, 127, 129, 131, 132

tagging 144, 192, 221, 225
taxon identification 3, 97, 230
taxonomy 18-20, 22, 43, 52, 53, 61-65, 80, 83, 126-129, 131, 132
telemetry 83
temperature-affected etiology 265, 266
temperature effect 118, 123, 147, 213, 220
temperature preference 109
tetrachlorodibenzodioxin 154
tetrachlorodibenzofuran 154
tetrodotoxin poisoning 174
thallium 227
thermal stratification 139
tin 227
tissue culture 25, 239
tongs 49
total plankton respiration 193, 194, 221
tow duration 36, 78, 191
toxicity 53, 290
toxin 38, 262, 263
transmissible sarcoma 29
transmissible sarcoma disease 246
trans-nonachlor 227
trawling damage 38
trawl survey 36
trophic conversion efficiency 170
turbulence 97

ultraviolet light 6
uncertainty 39, 91, 99
United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) 190
upwelling 97

vertebral deposition 70
vertical distribution 119
vessel effect 149
vibrosis 38
videography 121
viral disease 69
vitamin 171
vitellogenin 179
von Bertalanffy method 82, 83
Voss, G.L. (biography) 89

warm-core ring 204-206, 219
waste 38
water circulation 158, 177, 182, 209, 221
water-column salinity 32, 178
water-column temperature 32, 135, 136, 178
water-current effect 87
water mass 32, 204-206, 219
water-mass front 219
water temperature 135, 139, 157, 158, 178, 181, 186, 221, 251, 282
water-temperature anomaly 157, 178, 183
water-temperature effect 13, 38, 57, 87, 236, 280
weight 149
wetland 234
Woods Hole Laboratory 156

yield 23, 67, 91, 94, 95, 97, 98, 149, 212
yield-per-recruit analysis 149
yolk-sac larva 11
yolk-sac larval size 11
young-of-the-year 1, 28, 81

zinc 38, 112, 133, 151, 210, 221, 227-229
zoogeography 21, 83


Center Authors

Arlen, L. 152
Armstrong, R.S. 186

Barton, K. 32
Benway, R.L. 135, 136, 160-162
Berman, M.S. 3, 137, 213, 230
Berrien, P. 138
Bisack, K. 215
Bisagni, J.J. 139, 231, 274
Blogoslawski, W.J. 5, 6
Bodammer, J.E. 7, 8, 232, 233
Boreman, J. 234
Bowman, R.E. 235
Brown, C. 10
Bruno, R. 152
Buckley, L.J. 11-14, 141, 236, 237
Burnett, J. 56, 291
Burns, B.R. 11, 12, 236
Busch, D.A. 142

Calabrese, A. 71
Caldarone, E.M. 11, 12, 14, 141, 237
Carver, J.H. 143
Casey, J.G. 15, 82, 144
Chang, S. 145
Choromanski, J. 113, 283
Christensen, D. 220
Clark, S.H. 146
Cohen, E.B. 16, 30, 31, 91, 212
Cohn, M. 53
Collette, B.B. 2, 9, 17-22, 72, 80, 147

Dawson, M.A. 24, 25, 238-241
D'Entremont, D.L. 48
Deshpande, A.D. 26, 153, 154
Draxler, A.F.J. 151-154

Edwards, S.F. 27

Fahay, M.P. 1, 28, 40, 242, 292, 293
Fanning, A. 196
Farley, C.A. 29, 155, 243-248, 265, 266
Ferris, G.E. 288
Finneran, T. 152, 229
Fogarty, M.J. 30, 31, 92
Foster, K.L. 73
Fournier, P. 194
Frame, A.B. 86, 202, 203
Fromm, S.A. 86, 195, 196, 202, 203

Gabriel, W.L. 224
Gadbois, D.F. 112, 227
Gerrior, P. 122
Gibson, J.A. 156
Goldberg, R. 37, 250, 251, 285
Gould, E. 38, 71
Goulet, J.R., Jr. 163, 164, 166, 214, 252, 253
Green, J.R. 57, 164, 167, 213
Greig, R.A. 71, 113
Grosslein, M. 182, 270

Halavik, T.A. 11-13, 236
Hauser, J.W. 39
Hebert, A.T. 41, 79
Holzwarth, T.J. 157, 178, 183
Hughes, J.B. 41, 79

Idoine, J.S. 67, 115, 184
Ingham, M.C. 57, 158, 221, 228

Jeffress, D. 159, 202, 203
Jossi, J.W. 76, 160-166, 214, 253

Kane, J. 167
Kapareiko, D. 238, 273
Kaylor, J.D. 42, 54, 168, 169
Kern, F.G. 254
Kohler, N.E. 144, 170
Krzynowek, J. 44, 85, 114, 171
Kuropat, C.A. 71, 238

Lange, A.M. 67, 108
Laurence, G.C. 11-13, 46, 236
Learson, R.J. 42, 172, 262, 263
Leftwich, S. 228, 229
Leimburg, E. 229
Lewis, E.J. 255, 256
Licciardello, J.J. 47, 48, 173, 174
Lough, R.G. 81
Luedke, D. 257
Lundstrom, R.C. 48, 257, 262, 264

MacKenzie, C.L., Jr. 49, 50, 109, 175, 176, 258, 259, 280
MacLean, S.A. 51, 69, 260
Mahoney, J.B. 53
Manning, J.P. 55, 177, 178, 261
Martin, C. 262, 263
May, B. 194, 195
Mayfield, S.M. 264
Mayo, R.K. 56
McLaughlin, S.M. 265, 266
McMillan, D. 226
McNamara, S. 270
Meise-Munns, C. 57, 260
Mercaldo-Allen, R. 58, 71, 238
Messick, G.A. 59, 246, 267-269
Michaels, W.L. 30, 74, 270
Miller, J.E. 71, 113
Morse, W.W. 1, 30, 109, 125, 216
Mountain, D.G. 16, 57, 60, 157, 181-183, 186
Muchant, C.A. 56
Munroe, T.A. 52, 61-65
Murawski, S.A. 66, 67, 73, 74, 184
Murchelano, R.A. 8, 68, 69
Murphy, J. 44

Natanson, L.J. 70
Nelson, D.A. 71, 113
Nicolas, J.R. 122
Nizinski, M.S. 64, 65, 72

Overholtz, W.J. 73-75, 186

Pacheco, A.L. 187, 188, 221
Palka, D. 215
Parry, B.L. 122
Pearce, J.B. 190
Pennington, M. 36, 77, 78, 140, 185, 191
Perry, D.M. 79
Phelan, B. 192
Phoel, W. 193-196
Pikanowski, R. 226
Polacheck, T. 134, 197-199
Potter, D.C. 81
Potthoff, T. 88
Pratt, H.L., Jr. 82-84, 200

Radosh, D.J. 86, 203
Ravesi, E.M. 85
Reid, R.N. 86, 201-203
Rhodes, E.W. 87, 123
Robohm, R.A. 272, 273
Ropes, J.W. 90
Rosenberg, A.A. 91
Rountree, R.A. 292
Rugg, J. 188
Ruhsam, C.M. 204
Rusanowsky, D. 71
Russell, M.M. 257, 264

Sano, M.H. 205, 206, 274
Sennefelder, G.R. 71, 113
Sharack, K. 196
Shepherd, G. 1
Sherman, K. 94-99, 142, 207-214, 275
Sindermann, C.J. 100-105, 276
Sissenwine, M.P. 23, 31, 39, 106, 107
Smigielski, A.S. 11-13, 236
Smith, B.C. 277, 278, 288
Smith, D.E. 165, 166
Smith, T.D. 56, 108, 134, 189, 198, 215
Smith, W.G. 216
Stehlik, L.L. 109, 125, 226, 280
Steimle, F.W. 110-112, 159, 217, 281
Stiles, S. 113, 282, 283
Stillwell, C. 170, 218
Strout, G.A. 219, 220
Studholme, A.L. 221

Terceiro, M. 115, 186
Terranova, R. 217
Theroux, R.B. 93, 222
Thurberg, F.P. 71, 279
Tukhunen, B. 223

Uzmann, J.R. 45

Vecchione, M. 89, 117-121, 284
Vitaliano, J.J. 202, 203

Waldhauer, R. 195
Waring, G.T. 75, 108, 122
Washington, B.B. 72
Widman, J.C. 123, 250, 285
Wigley, S.E. 224
Wikfors, G.H. 33-35, 124, 249, 251, 286-290
Wilhelm, K.A. 263
Wilk, S.J. 125, 225, 226
Williams, A.B. 4, 43, 116, 126-132
Wood, G.B. 204, 206

Zdanowicz, V.S. 112, 133, 227-229
Zetlin, C. 195

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