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A preliminary review of the the amberjacks, genus Seriola, of the western Atlantic
(Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1958)
From the introduction: The genus Seriola belongs to the large and widespread group of carangid fishes which also includes the jacks (genus Caranx) and the pompanos (genus Trachinotus) .as well as other genera. Several ...
Summary of workshop conference on "research use of deep manned vehicles"
(Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1966-12-16)
Over a hundred operators, users, and sponsors of deep submersibles convened at Woods Hole, Mass. on 21-22 November, 1966 for a two-day workshop on problems of common concern. Since several submersible groups have been ...
A review of oyster culture and the oyster industry in North America
(Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1970)
Among the various marine species presently considered appropriate for intensive and controlled culture, the oyster is perhaps most prominent. Ryther and Bardach (1968) have described certain biological criteria that ...
Warm core rings workshop report : 18-22 Jan. 1982, Wellington, New Zealand
(Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1982)
A workshop on the physics, chemistry and biology of warm core rings was held at the New Zealand Oceanographic Institute in Wellington during 18-22 January 1982, under the auspices of the U.S./Australia and U.S./New Zealand ...
Abstracts with program : second International Conference on Paleoceanography, Woods Hole, 6-13 September, 1986
(Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1986)