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Vol. 40, No. 3 



1995 



Contents 

Order Form j|j 

Example Citation Iv 

AQUATIC PLANTS AND THEIR CONTROL 1 

CULTURE AND PROPAGATION 

General Fish Culture 1 

Trout and Salmon Culture 5 

Warmwater Culture 5 

Mariculturc 13 

reeds, Feeding, and Nutrition 16 

Transporting Fish 22 

Aquariums 23 

Miscellaneous Culture Techniques and Equipment 23 

LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY 

Physical 25 

MORPHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, GENETICS AND BEHAVIOR 

Morphology 26 

Physiology 30 

Genetics, Variation Studies and Hybridization 59 

Behavior 66 

NATURAL HISTORY 

Life History-General Works 71 

Population Studies, Production, Recruitment, etc 75 

Spawning Habits and Movements, Fecundity, etc 77 

Movements, Seasonal and Depth Distribution, etc 81 

Foods/Feeding 86 

Age and Growth 92 

Geographical Distribution, Fish Surveys, etc 96 

Abundance, Factors of; Survival and Mortality 101 

Identification, Keys, Classification 104 

PARASITES AND DISEASES 

General 108 

Bacterial 110 

Fungal 114 

Protozoan 114 

Viral 116 

Other na 

POLLUTION AND TOXICOLOGY 

Pollution 121 

Fish Kills 124 

Toxicology; Bioassays 1 24 

RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT 

General 135 

Adminislralion and Planning 147 

Habllat Alterations J48 

Harvest, Creel Census, etc , 1 50 

Regulations v 154 

Fish Control and R|qjg|l. , 1 54 



154 
Mnrking and Tagging ................................ 155 

Stocking and Introductions ............................. 158 

Fishing Gear and Techniques ............................ )fi0 

Fertitizaiion of Soil and Water ............................ . , fl 

Fishways, Fish Passage Through Dams, etc ..................... 

Mathematics, Statistical Methods, and Modeling .................. 1&? 

Access ........................................ 1G7 

Lake Management and Research .......................... 

River and Stream Management and Research ................... 

Large Impoundment Managemenl and Research ................. 

Estuary ManagemenI and Research ........................ 

Marine Management and Research ........................ 

Utilization of Fishery Products ........................... 

Misc. Techniques and Equipment .......................... 

Reviews, Bibliographies, etc ............................. 

Water Use and Conservation ............................ 

Miscellaneous .................................... ..,, 



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95-012345 Smyth, Kenn C. and Randal! Cooper. [FIRST SIGHTING OF KING 
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AQUATIC PLANTS AND THEIR CONTROL 

95-004340 Cassani, John R.; Ernesto Lasso de la Vega and Holly Allaire. AN ASSESSMENT OF TRIPLOM) 
CRASS CARP STOCKING RATES IN SMALL WARMWATER IMPOUNDMENTS. N. Am. I. Fish. Maiiajji', 
15(2):400-407.1995.FR40{3) 

[Lee Cly. Hyacinth Control Dist., P.O. Box 60005, Fort Myers, FL 33906] Clenophan/ngodon idetla in Florida. 

95-004341 Helfrich, Louis A.; Mark Zimmerman and Diana L.Weigmann. CONTROL OF SUSPENDED SOLIDS 
AND PHYTOPLANKTON WITH FISHES AND A MUSSEL. Water Resour. Bull. 31(2):307-316. 1995. FR 40(3) 

IDep. Fish. & Wildl, Sci., VPI&SU, Cheatham Hall, Blacksburg, VA 24061 1 Pimephales promelas, Dorosdma 
cepedianum, and Cyprinus carpio. 

95-004342 Kingsford, Michael ]. DRIFT ALGAE: ACONTRIBUTION TO NEAR-SHORE HABITAT COMPLEXI I Y 
IN THE PELAGIC ENVIRONMENT AND AN ATTRACTANT FOR FISH. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 11G(1-3):297-:mi. 
1995. FR 40(3) 

[School Biol. Sci. A08, Univ. Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia] Data for 1 4 species in California. 

95-004343 Nibbelink, Nathan P.; Sarig Gafny; Anelt S. Trebilz; Stephen R, Carpenter and Christine Sldrlii>, 
WHEN CAN BLUEGILL AND LARGEMOUTH BASS GROWTH BE IMPROVED BY HARVESTING EURASIAN 
MILFOIL? Am. Fish. Soc. Annu, Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 1 00. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. Limnol., Univ. Wis., 680 N. Park St., Madison 53706. lel:608-262-3087] Lepomis macrochirus ,md 
Micropterus salmoides in North America. 

95-004344 Seagrave, Chris. AQUATIC WEED CONTROL. Fishing News Books 1 54p. 1 988. Available at $1 7.'l'l 
(paper) from Blackwell Sci. Publ. Inc., 238 Main St., Cambridge, MA 02142. tel:800-759-6102. FR 40(3) 
Hypophthalmicbtbys motitrix, Ctenopharyngodon idella, and Cyprinus. 



95-004345 Thomas, Paul W.THE USEOF GRASS CARP IN FLORIDA: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE, / 
Issue: Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North American Lake Management Society, 
Florida, October 31-November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, John R. {ones, Robert H. Peters, and David M 
Soa//e, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2);118. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Game & Fresh Water Fish Comm., 3900 Drane Field Rd., Lakeland, FL 3381 1 ] Ctenopharyngodon idella ami 
C idella x Hypophthatmichthys nobilis. 

GENERAL FISH CULTURE 

95-004346 Ackefors, H. and M. Enell. THE RELEASE OF NUTRIENTS AND ORGANIC MATTER FRI M 
AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS IN NORDIC COUNTRIES. Fish Farm Effluents and Their Control in CC Cmtniiii<-> 
Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Hamburg, Germany, November 23-25, 1992. Harald Rosenthal, Volkur I W/jjc, 
Andries Kamstra, Edward A. Black, Peter Burbridge, Richard Gowen, and Ian Davies, editors, i. Appl. Ic.hlltyol 
10{4):225-241,1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zool., Stockholm Univ., S-10691 Slockholm, Sweden] 

95-004347 Argyrou, I. N. and K, I. Stergiou. DEVELOPMENTALTRENDS AND AQUACULTURE PERSPEC1 IV! s 
IN GREECE. Fish Farm Effluents and T/ie/r Control in C Countries: Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Hamfiiiri; 
Germany, November 23-25, 1992. Harald Rosenthat, Volker Hilge, Andries Kamstra, Edward A. Black, /Vlcr 
Burbridge, Richard Gowen, and Ian Davies, editors. I. Appl. Ichlhyol. 1 0(4):379-388. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
jlnsl. Technol. Appl., Hellenic Cent. Productivity, Franlzi 9, 1 1 733 Athens, Greece] 

95-004348 Avaull, James W., Jr. QUALITY ASSURANCE AND HACCP, WHAT THEY MEAN TO Y< U I 
Aquacutl. Mag. 21(1):65-71. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[La. State Univ., Baton Rouge 70803] 

95-004349 Billard, R.; ). Cosson; L W. Crim and M. Suquel. SPERM PHYSIOLOGY AND QUALITY. BrnoiMm . 
Management and Egg and Larval Quality. Based on the Second "Science m Aqiiactitiure" toternat/onaf Con/ricm : 
University of Stirling, Scotland, lime 1992. Niall R. Bromane and Ronald I. Roberts, editors, p. 25-52. 1995 ,HHu|i 
[Mils, Hist. Nat,, Lab. Ichlhyol., IFREMER, 43 Rue Cuvier, 75231 Paris, France] 

95-004350 Bromage, Nlall R. BROODSTOCK MANAGEMENT AND SEED QUALITY - C.ENI KAI 
CONSIDERATIONS. Broodsiock Management and Egg and Larval Quality. Based on the Second "5riciin ( IN 
Aquaculture' International Conference, University of Stirling, Scotland, June J992. Niall R. Bromagc and Roit,\U I 
Roberts, editors, p. 1 -24. 1 995. FR 40(3} 

[Insl. Aquacult., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95-004351 Bromage, Niall R. and Ronald J. Roberts, editors. BROODSTOCK MANAGEMENT AND F.( X i AN! t 
LARVAL QUALITY. BASED ON THESECOND "SCIENCE IN AQUACULTURP INTERNATIONAL CONFF,IU : .N( I . 
UNIVERSITY OF STIRLING, SCOTLAND, JUNE 1992. Blackwell Sci. Ltd. (Oxford) 424p. 1995. Avalljlili' M 
$100.00 (cloth) from Blackwell Sci, Publ., 238 Main St., Cambridge, MA 02142. tel:800-759-6102. FR 4()(.l| 

(Insl. Aquacull., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] Individual chapters indexed In this issuo ofFishnti'* 
Review. 

FR40(3) ' 1 I'' 1 ' 11 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

GENERAL FISH CUITURE (Continued) 

95-004352 Brown, Robert D. AQUACULTURE EDUCATION: ARE OUR PROGRAMS RELEVANT? Fisheries 

(Belhesda) 20(21:14-16. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Wildl. & fish. Sci,, Tex. A&M Univ., College Station 77843] 

95-004353 Cars*, D. N. KILLING OF PISCIVOROUS BIRDS ATSCOTTISH FIN FISH FARMS, 1984-87. Bio!. 
Conse/v. 68(2}:t8M88. 1994. FR 40(3) 

llnst Terrestrial Ecol., Hill of Bralhens, Classel, Bancliory, Kincardineshire AB3 1 4BY, Scotland] 

95-004354 Chamberlain, George and Harald Rosenthal, AQUACULTURE IN THE NEXT CENTURY: 
OPPORTUNITIES FOR GROWTH, CHALLENGES OF SUSTAINABILITY. World Aquacult. 26(1):21-25. 1995. 
FR40(3) 

(Ralston Purina Int., Checkerboard Sq. - 1 1T, St. Louis, MO 631 64] 

95-004355 Chamish, Barry. FIRST COMMERCIALAPPLICATION FOR FROZEN FISH SPERM. Aquacult. Mag 
21(2):8.10. 1995. FR 40(3) 

95-004356 Chen, Lo-Cliai. AQUACULTURE IN TAIWAN, fishing News Books 273p. 1 990. Available at $37,50 
(cloth) from Blackwell ScL Publ. Inc., 23S Main St., Cambridge, MA 02142. tel;800-759-6102. FR 40(3) 

95-004357 Chou, Renee. AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN SINGAPORE. Proceedings of lite 
Seminar-Workshop on Aquacuiture Development in Southeast Asia and Prospects for Seafarming and Seaiancbing, 
tloilo City, Philippines, 79-23 August 1991. F. Lacanilao, R. M. Co/oso, and G. F. Quinitio, editors, p. 79-83. 1 994, 
FK40(3) 

[Mar. Aquacult. Sect., Primary Prod., Dep. Minist. Nail. Dev., 300-C Nicoll Dr., Singapore 1 749| Hates calcarifcr 
and Epinephelus tauvina, 

95-004358 Cripps, S. J. MINIMIZING OUTPUTS: TREATMENT. Fish Farm Effluents and Their Control in EC 
Countries: Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Hamburg, German/, November 23-25, 1992. Harald Rosent/iat 
Volker HJIge, Andries Kamslrs, Edward A Black, Peter Burbridge, Richard Gowen, and Ian Davies, editors. ], Appt. 
ichlhyol. 10{4):2S4-294. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Div. Sanitary Eng., (Aquacult. Eng.), Lutea Univ. Technol, S-971 87 Lulea, Sweden] 

95-004359 Day, Allison. OVERVIEW OF AQUACULTURE IN HAWAII. Aquacult. Mag. 21{1):28-38. 1995. 
FR40(3> H 6 

|RR SI, Boullier's Point, Halifax Cty., NS, Canada BOJ ICO] 

95-004360 Donaldson, Edward M. THE APPLICATION OF BIOTECHNOLOGY TO AQUACULTURE. High 
Performance Fish: Proceedings of an toiernat/ona/ Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British 
Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, )u\y J6-2 1, 1994. Don D. MacKinhy, editor, p. 22-25. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Wesl Vancouver Lab., Biol. Sci. Branch, Dep. Fish. SOceans, 41 60 Marine Dr., West Vancouver, BC, Canada 
V7V 1N6. leU04-666-7928; fax:G04-666-3497j 

95-004361 FAO oi the UN. HANDBOOK ON SMALL-SCALE FRESHWATER FISH FARMING. MO Training 
Ser. No. 24, 205p. T994. Available from Publ. Div., FAO, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00100 Rome, Hatv. 
FR 40(31 

95-004362 FAO of the UN. AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION 1986-1992. MO fish. Grc. No. 815 (Revision 
&|. 21 6p. 1994. In English, French, and Spanish. Available from Distribution & Sales Sect., FAO, Via Terme di 
Caracalla, 00100 Rome, Italy. FR 40(3) 

95-004363 Gowen, R. ]. MANAGING EUTROPHICATION ASSOCIATED WITH AQUACULTURE 

DEVELOPMENT, fish Farm Effluents and Their Conlrol in fC Countries: Proceedings of a Workshop Held in 
Hamburg, Germany, November 23-25, 7992. Harald Rosenthal Volker Hitge, Andries Kamslra, Edward A. B/acfc, 
Peler Burbridge, Richard Cowed, and Ian Davies, editors. I. Appl. Ichthyol. 10(4):242-257. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
|Aqual. Sci. Res. Div., Dep. Agric. Northern Ireland, Newforge Ln., Belfast, Northern Ireland] 

95-004364 Griffin, 8. R, and C. M. Collins. ZEBRA MUSSELS AND WARMWATER FISH PRODUCTION- AN 
EXAMINATION OFTHEIR RELATIONSHIP. Aquacult Mag. 21(1):78-79. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Inform. Transfer, Fish Farming Exp. Lab,, U.S. Biol. Surv., Stuttgart, AR] 

95-004365 Hu1ata,C.H!STORYANOCURRENTSTATUSOFAQUACULTUREGENET!CSINISRAEL Abstracts 
of lectures Presented at the Second Japanese-brae// Symposium on Aquacvlture, April 17-22 1994 Kagoshlma 
Japan. Jaap van Rijn, editor. Isr. /. Aquacull Bam/dgen 46(3):1 58. 1994. FR 40(3) ,. ' ' 

[Dep. Aquacult., Inst. Anim. Sci., Agric, Res. Organ., Bel Dagan, Israel) Sparus auralus, Ti/apia aurea, 7. ntlotica 
Cypnnus carpio, Diplodus sargus and Pagrus major, ' 

FR40(3) 2 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

GENERAL FISH CULTURE (Continued) 

95-004366 Jolly, Curlis M. and Howard A. Clonts. ECONOMICS OF AQUACULTURE. Food Prod. Press 31 9p. 
1993. Available at $49.95 (cloth) and $19.95 (paper) from Haworth Press, Inc., 10 Alice St., Binghamton, NY 
13904-1580. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Agric. Econ. & Rural Sociol., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36830] 

95-004367 Jooslen, P. H. M.; M. Aviles-Trtgueros; P. Sorgeloos and ). H. W. M. Rombout. ORAL 
VACCINATION OF JUVENILE CARP (CYPRINUS CARP/O) AND GILTHEAD SEABREAM {SPARUS AURATA) 
WITH BIO ENCAPSULATED VIBRIO ANGUtLLARUM BACTERIN. Fish & Shellfish imiminol. 5(4):289-299. 1 995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Exp. Anim. Morphol. & Cell Biol., Wageningen Agric. Univ., P.O. Box 338, 6700 AH Wageningen, 
Netherlands] 

95-004368 Kelly, L. A. and A. W. Karpinski. MONITORING BOD OUTPUTS FROM LAND-BASED FISH 
FARMS. Fish Farm Effluents and Their Control in EC Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Hamburg, Germany, 
November 23-25, 1 992. Haratd Rosenthal Volker Hilge, Andries Kamslra, Edward A. Black, Peter Burbridge, Richard 
Gowen, and tan Davies, editors. I. Appl. ichlhyot. 10(4):368-372. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Inst. Aquacult., Univ, Stirling, Sliding, Scotland] 

95-004369 Kerry, )oe; Maura Hiney; Rosie Coyne; Saoirse NicGabhainn; Deirdre Gilroy; Dave Cazabon and 
Pete Smilh. FISH FEED AS A SOURCE OF OXYTETR AC YC LINE-RESISTANT BACTERIA IN THE SEDIMENTS 
UNDER FISH FARMS. Aquacuilure 1 3 1 (1/2):1 01 -113,1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Smith: Fish Dis. Group, Dep. Microbiol., Univ. Coll. Galway, Galway, Ireland] Salmo salar. 

95-004370 Kikuchi, K.; S. Takeda; H. Honda and M. Kiyono. NITROGEN EXCRETION OF JAPANESE 
FLOUNDER, PARALICHJHYS OLIVACEUS. Abstracts of Lectures Presented at the Second Japanese-Israeli 
Symposium on Aquaculture, April 1 7-22, 1 994, Kagoshima, japan, laap van Rijn, editor. Isr. I. Aquacult, Bamidgeh 
46(3):162, 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Biol, Dep., Abiko Res. Lab., Cent. Res. Inst. Electric Power Ind, Chiba, Japan! 

95-004371 Lacanilao, F.; R. M. Coloso and G. F. Quinilio, editors. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 
SEMINAR-WORKSHOP ON AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTHEAST ASIA AND PROSPECTS FOR 
SEAFARMING AND SEARANCHING, ILOITO CITY, PHILIPPINES, 19-23 AUGUST 1991. SEAFDEC Aquacult. 
Cent. 159p. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[SEAFDEC Aquacult. Cent., Tigbauan, 5021 lloilo, Philippines] Selected papers indexedin this issueof Fisheries 
Review. 

95-004372 Lavens, P.; P. Sorgeloos; P. Dhert and B. Devresse. LARVAL FOODS. Broodstock Management and 
Egg and Larval Quality. Based on the Second "Science in Aquaculture" International Conference, University of 
Stirling, Scotland, lune 1992. Niall R. Bromage and Ronald I. Roberts, editors, p. 373-397. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Lab. Aquacult., Univ. Gent, Rozier 44, 9000 Gent, Belgium) 

95-004373 Li Qingbao. [PROBLEMS EXISTING IN A CULTURED FISHERY ECOSYSTEM AND THE WAYS 
RESOLVING THEM.j Mar. Sci. (Qingdso) 1994(5):15-17. 1994. In Chinese. FR 40(3) 

95-004374 MacMillan, Randy. FISH PARASITES, APPROVED DRUGS AND AQUACULTURE. Aquacult. Mag. 
21(2):37-40. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Res. & Dcv., Clear Springs Foods, Inc., Buhl, ID] 

95-004375 McCoy, Henry. ARBITRATION, MEDIATION AND AQUACULTURE. Aquacult, Mag. 21(2):41-47. 
1 995. FR 40(3) 

95-004376 Munday, B. W.; A. Elcftheriou, M. Kenlouri and P. Divanach. QUANTITATIVE STATISTICAL 
ANALYSIS OF THE LITERATURE CONCERNING THE INTERACTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND 
AQUACULTURE- IDENTIFICATION OF GAPS AND LACKS. Fish Farm Effluents and Jheir Control in EC Countries: 
Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Hamburg, Germany, November 23-25, 1 992. Hara/d Rosenthal, Volker Hilge, 
Andries Kamslra, Edward A. Black, Peter Burbridge, Richard Gowen, and /an Davies, editors. /. Appl. Ichthyol. 
10(4):319-325. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Mar. Biol. Crete, P.O. Box 221 4, 71003 Iraklio, Crete, Greece] 

95-004377 Neitzel, Duane A.; Annette Hoffman and Aaron English. AN ATTRIBUTE MATRIX AS A 
MANAGEMENTTOOL FOR FISHERIES RESEARCH. Am. fish. 5oc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24, p. 1 62-1 63. 1 994. 
FR 40(3) 

[Baltelle-Northwesl, P.O. Box 999, Richland, WA 99352. tel:509-376-0602| 

95-004378 Palomo Martinez, Gloria Guadalupe and Raul Arriaga Becerra. [ATLAS OF LOCATION OF USABLE 
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS IN THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT OF AQUACULTURE IN MEXICO.] 
Secretaria Pesca (Mexico) 103p. 1 993. In Spanish. FR 40(3) 

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?n?, 7 .t^ h i!!PP art ' |ean Claucle ' IS CAPTIVE BREEDING AN EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR THE 
PRESERVATION OF ENDEMIC SPECIES? Special Issue: Endemic Freshwater Fishes of the Northern Meritanwn 
Region - Based on a Workshop at (be Biological Station olTour du Valat, Camargue Area, France, 28 /amia/y to J 
February, J993. Alain I LmelH and Peter 5. Mailland, editors. Biol. Comerv. 72(2):281-295. 1995. FR 40(3) 
|Univ. Liege, Zool. Inst., 22 quai Van Beneden, B-4020 Liege, Belgium] 



,' 3 hn ' FACTORIE S AND ARTISANS ON THE SEA: THE STRUCTURE OF INDUSTRIAL 
AqUALULTURE. Am. Fish. Soc. Anna. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 1 1 7-1 18. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dcp. Social. & Anlhropol,, St. Francis Xavier Univ., Anligonish, NS, Canada B2G 1 CO. tel:902-867-2 1 33) 



a . ,a. , Y.T.V. R. AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT: PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS. Fis/iing i-.v. 

??J^Ji ft ^ Va ^^ 
tei:BUU-759-6i02. FR 40(3) 

95-004382 Rabanal, Herminio R. OVERVIEW OF AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. 
imceettmgs o the Seminar-Workshop on Aquaculture in Southeast Asia and Prospects for Seafarmlng and 
p sT&7 1994 FR 4oT' i f PP ' neJ ' 19 ' 23 Augusl '"'' F ~ ^can/too, R. M. Co/oso, and C. f. Qu/Vi/(fo, editors. 

lAqiiafarming Dev. Found, Inc., 26 Kalipunan Rd., White Plains, Quezon City, Metro Manila 1110, 
Philippines] Data for 48 species. 

on the Second "Science in Aquaculture' International Conference, Un/"L^o"sS/in| St/an^/une"^^^ MaW 
R Bromage andRonaltt}, Roberts, editors, p. 53-75. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Inst. Aquacult., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95-004384 Rilcy, Janet and M. Darmi. A SURVEY OF STATISTICAL USE IN AQUACULTURAL RESEARCH. 
Aquacult. Res, 26{2):95-101. 1995. FR 40(3) 

IStat. Dep., BBSRC, lACR-Rothamsled, Harpenden, Herlsfordshire AL5 2JQ, England] 

^!S^ lh r a V H r - FISH FARM EFFLUENTS AND THEIR CONTROL IN EC COUNTRIES: SUMMARY 
JKKiHUP. Fish Fatm Effluents and Their Control in EC Countries: Proceedings of a Workshop tlM in 
.Germany November 23-25, 7992. Harald Rosenthal, Volker Hilge, Andries Kamstra, Edward A. Mack, 
triage- Richard Cowen, and Ian Dav/es, editors. /. Appl. Ichthyol. 10(4):215-224, 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Fish. Biol., Inst. Mar. Sci., Univ. Kiel, Kiel, Germany] 

95-004386 Rosenthal, Harald; Volker Hilge; Andries Kamstra; Edward A. Black; Peter Burbridge; Richiml 
PP^rrc^Jc 11 ^^ 11 ;^' 10 "- FISH FARM EFF W.ENTS AND THEIR CONTROL IN EC COUNTRIES: 
PROCEEDINGS OF A WORKSHOP HELD IN HAMBURG, GERMANY NOVEMBER 23-25 1992 I Apt)! 
icnifiyo/. 10(4(:21 5-390. 1994. FR 40(3) 

ftevS?' F ' Sh ~ 8i '" lnS '' Maf " Sd ' r Un ' Vl K ' el ' K ' el( Cerman y' ln ^idual papers indexed in this issue of Fishmtes 



' r r ^r DEC '? 10 ? SUR P RT SYSTEMS FOR AQUACULTURE LICENSING. Fish Farm Effllicnls 
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. . . 

[Habilal fcol. Div., Biol. Sci. Branch, Bedford Inst. Oceanogr., Dartmouth, NS, Canada B2Y 4A2] 

M OF FINFISH FARMS - F * w* a^ Wefr Control in 

. e ' ***<** dHn DawH editors. ,. Appt. 

[Habitat Ecol. Div., Biol. Sci. Branch, Bedford Insl. Oceanogr., Dartmouth, NS, Canada B2Y 4A2| 

RGY^oS ? ESH ? 1 OF CLOSED AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS: SPACE EFFICIENCY vs. 

S j /?. . , - 7- L Ani Sfl ' S C Annu ' MeeL Abslf . No. 1 24. p. 23. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Mansfield Univ., Fish. Program, Mansfield, PA 16933. td-71 7-662-4539] 



[Fish. Res. Inst., P.O. Box 47, H-554 1 Szarvas, Hungary] 
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95-004392 Talbot, C. and R. Hole. FISH DIETS AND THE CONTROL OF EUTROPHICATION RESULTING 
FROM AQUACULTURE. Fish Farm Effluents and Their Control in EC Countries: Proceedings of a Workshop Held 
in Hamburg, Germany, November 23-25, 1 992. Harald Rosenthal, Volker Hilge, Andries Kamstra, Edward A. Black, 
Peter Burbridge, Richard Gowcn, and Isn Davies, editors. /. Appl. Ichthyol. 1 0(4):258-270. 1 994. FR 40(3} 
[BP Nutr. Aquacult. Res. Cent., P.O. Box 532, N-4001 Stavanger, Norway] 

95-004393 Thorgaard, G. H. BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO BROODSTOCK MANAGEMENT. 
Broodstock Management and Egg and Larval Quality. Based on the Second "Science in Aquaculture" International 
Conference, University o( Stirling, Scotland, lune 1992. Niall R. Bromage and Ronald I. Roberts, editors, p. 76-93, 
1995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Zoot. & Genet. & Cell Biol., Wash. State Univ., Pullman 99164-4236] 

95-004394 van Rijn, J. WATER QUALITY CONTROL IN INTENSIVE FISH CULTURE SYSTEMS; PROBLEMS 
AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS. Abstracts of Lectures Presented at the Second Japanese-Israeli Symposium on 
Aquacutture, April 17-22, /994, Kagos/wma, lapan. ]aap van Rijn, editor, isr. /. Aquacult. Bamidgeh 46(3):159-160. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Anim. Sci., Fac. Agric., Hebrew Univ. Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel) 

95-004395 van Rijn, Jaap, editor. ABSTRACTS OF LECTURES PRESENTED AT THE SECOND 
JAPANESE-ISRAELI SYMPOSIUM ON AQUACULTURE, APRIL 17-22, 1994, KAGOSHIMA, JAPAN. Isr. 1. 
Aquacult. Bamidgeh 46{3):15Q-166. 1994, FR 40(3) 

[Hebrew Univ. Jerusalem, Fac. Agric, Dep. Anim. Sci,, P.O. Box 1 2, Rehovol 76-1 00, Israel] Selected abstracls 
indexed in ihis issue of Fisheries Review. 

TROUT AND SALMON CULTURE 

95-004396 Alanara, A.; A. Bergheim; S. J. Cripps; R. Eliassen and R. Krrstiansen. AN INTEGRATED APPROACH 
TO AQUACULTURE WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT. Fish Farm Effluents and T/ie/r Contra/ in EC Countries: 
Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Hamburg, Germany, November 23-25, / 992. Harald Rosenthal, Volker Hilge, 
Andries Kamstra, Edward A. Black, Peter Burbridge, Richard Gowen, and Ian Davies, editors. /. Appl. Ichthyol. 
1 0(4):389. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Aquacult., Swedish Univ. Agric. Sci., S-901 83 Umea, Sweden] Salmo sa/ar. 

95-004397 Bean, Erik P. MICHIGAN RAINBOW TROUT FARM OFFERS HELP TO WETLAND, WATERWAYS. 
Aquacult. Mag. 21{1):58-61. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Mich. State Univ., East Lansing 48823. e-mail:beiinerik@student.msu,edu] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-004398 Burridgc, L. E. and K. Haya, A REVIEW OF DI-n-BUTYLPHTHALATE IN THE AQUATIC 
ENVIRONMENT: CONCERNS REGARDING ITS USE IN SALMONID AQUACULTURE./. World Aquacult. Soc. 
26(1 ):M3. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Physical & Chemical Sci., Mar. Chem. Div., Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Biol.Stn., St. Andrews, NB, Canada EOC-2XO] 

95-004399 Ferno, Anders; Ingvar Huso; )on-Erik Jucll and Asmund Bjordal. VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION OF 
ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR L.) IN NET PENS: TRADE-OFF BETWEEN SURFACE LIGFIT AVOIDANCE 
AND FOOD ATTRACTION, Aquacullure 132(3,4):285-29G. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Mar. Biol., Univ. Uergen, Bergen High Technol. Cent., N-5020 Bergen, Norway) 

95-004400 Fivelstad, Sveinung; Jannie Schwarz; Hildegunn Slromsnes and Anne Berit Olsen. SUBLETHAL 
EFFECTS AND SAFE LEVELS OF AMMONIA IN SEAWATER FOR ATLANTIC SALMON POSTSMOLTS (SALMO 
SALAR L). Aquacult, Eng. 14{3):271-280. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Lab. Environ., Dep. Mar. Technol., Bergen Coll. Eng., Lars Hillesgate 34, 5008 Bergen, Norway) 

95-004401 Kindschi, Grog A. and Robert F, Koby, Jr. PERFORMANCE AND OXYGEN CONSUMPTION OF 
SNAKE RIVER CUTTHROATTROUT REARED AT FOUR DENSITIES WITH SUPPLEMENTAL OXYGEN. U.S. Fish 
Wildl. Setv. Bozeman Inf. Lead. No. 72, 28p. 1992. FR 40(3) 

|U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Bozeman Fish Technol. Cent,, 4050 Bridger Canyon Rd. y Bozeman, MT 59715] 
P/icor/iynchus dark!. 

95-004402 Macconnell, Elizabeth and Charlie E. Smith. KIDNEY LESIONS IN "EGG-BOUND" RAINBOW 
TROUT. U.S. Fish, Wildl. Serv. Bozeman Inf. teafl.No. 77. 4p. 1993, FR 40(3) 

[U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Bozeman Fish Technol. Cent., 4050 Bridger Canyon Rd, Bozeman, MT 59715] 
Oncornync/ius mykiss. 

95-004403 Medina, Alberto; Nelson M. Pardo; Carlos O. Vargas; Juan C. Uribe and Alejandro H, Buschmann. 
[A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ONCORHYNCHUS KISUTCH W. CULTURE OF LAND-BASED TANKS AND 
FLOATING-CAGES IN SOUTHERN CHILE.] Rev. Blot Mar. 28(2):247-259. 1993. In Spanish with English summ. 
FR 40(3} 

[Univ. Los Lagos, Dep. Acuicult., Casilla 933, Osorno, Chile] 

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TROUT AND SALMON CULTURE (Continued) 

95-004404 Moifcll, I. J. J. and W. W. Crozier. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE REPRODUCIBILITY OF 
TRIPLOID BROWN TROUT, SALMO TRUTTA L, PRODUCTION USING HEAT SHOCK. Aquacult. fies. 
26(l):&7-70. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[River Bush Salmon Sin., Bushmills, Co. Antrim BT57 RQJ, Northern Ireland] 

95-004405 Mofiill, Christine M. and Alf H. Haukenes. FIELD TRIALS OF ERYTHROMYCIN FEED ADDITIVE 
AND ERYTHROMYCIN INJECTABLE WITH INAD PERMITS. Am. Fish. Sac. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No, 124. p. 86. 
1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish & Wilcll. Resour., Univ. Idaho, Moscow 83844-1 136. tel:208-885-7047| 

95-00440& Muhlhause/, Hermann A.; Raquel Penaloza; Hilda Castro; Paula Diaz and Jorfie Muno/. 
[SECONDARY BACTERIAL PRODUCTION RELATED TO LAKE AND SEA CAGE SALMON FARMING IN 
CHILOEISIAND J XREGION,CHILE.]Rev.B/o/.Mar.28{2):287-300.1993.lnSpanishwi(hEnglislisunim.Fil4ai3) ; 

(Univ. Chile, Fac. Cienc., Dplo. Cienc. Ecol., Casilla G53, Sanliago, Chile) Oncorhynchus kisutch anil Sstma 
sitlai. 

95-004407 Ojolick, E. J.; R. Cusack; T. J. Benfey and S. R. Kerr. SURVIVAL AND GROWTH OF ALL-FEMALE . 
DIPLOID AND TRIPLOID RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKtSS) REARED AT CHRONIC HIGH 
TEMPERATURE. Aquacutture 13 1(3,4):1 77-1 87. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Atlanlic Vet. Coll., Univ, Prince Edward Island, Charlotletown, PI, Canada C1 A 4P3] 

95-004408 Parker, Nick C. WILD TROUT: THE FISH CULTURISTS' VIEW. Wild Trout V: Wild Trout in tl\o 2 til 
Century, a Syjiipas/um Held at Yellowstone National Park, September 26-27, f 994, Roger Sarnriarf, Bill Shake, and ' 
R. H Hamre, editors, p. 93-96. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Nail. Bfol. Surv., Cooperative Fish & Wildl. Res. Unit, Tex. Tech. Univ., Lubbock 79409-21 25] 

95-004409 Roller, A.; M. B. Timmons and G. Ketola. ALTERATION OF THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF 
FISH WASTE VIA DIETARY COMPONENTS. Am. Fish.Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 124. p. 105. 1994, F=R -10(3) 
[Gomel! Univ., Riley Robb Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853. tel:607-255-2801] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-00441 Rertnerl, B. WATER POLLUTION BY A LAND-BASED TROUT FARM. Fish Farm Effluents antf TfioiV 
Control fri C Countries: Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Hamburg, Germany, November 23-25, 1992. Harafd 
Rosenthal, Volker HHge, Andties Kamstrs, Edward A. Black, Peter Burbridge, Richard Gowen, and Ian D.wi'c^ 
editors. /. Appl. tchthyol. 10(4):373-378. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|lnsl. Freshwater Ecol. & Inland Fish., Miieegelseedamm 310, 12587 Berlin-Friedrichshagen, Germany! 
Oncorhynchus mykiss in Germany. 



95-00441 1 Ross, Robert M.; Barnaby J. Watten; William F. Krisej Martin N. DiLauro and Richard W. 
INFLUENCE OF TANK DESIGN AND HYDRAULIC LOADING ON THE BEHAVIOR, GROWTH, AND 
METABOLISM OF RAINBOWTROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MWSSMcfuacu/l. Eng. 14(1):29-47. 1995. PR 40J3) 
|Res. & Dev. Lab., Nail. Bio!. Surv., Rural Delivery W4, Box 63, Wellsboro, PA 1 6901 ] 

95-004412 Schreck, C. B.; M. S. Fitzpalrick and K, P. Currens, PACIFIC SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS SPP.J. : 
Sraodslock Management and Egg and Larval Quality. Based on the Second "Science in Aquacullure" International 
Conference, University of Stirling, Scotland, June 1992. NiallR. Sramage and Ronald I. Roberts, edilors. p. 197-21 9. 
1995.FR40{3) 

[U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Coop. Fish. Res. Unit, Oreg. Stale Univ., Corvallis 97331-3803] 

95-004413 Tave, Douglas. IMPROVING GROWTH RATE IN PAN-SIZE RAINBOW TROUT BY SELECTION. 
AquaculL Wag. 21(2}:71-74. 1995. FR 40(3) 
Oncorhyncrii/s myJsfss, 

95-004414 Watten, Barnaby ].; Robert M. Ross; Martin N. DiLauro and Richard W. Soderberg. Ef PtCT Of 
TANK DESIGN ON OXYGEN COMSUMPTION AND AMMONIA PRODUCTION IN LAKE TROUT. Am Fhh 

Soc,Annu. Meet Atstr. No, 124. p. 102. 1994. FR 40(3) 



. J^!;JH s 'A DeVl Ub " NatL Btol - Surv " Rural Deliver Y S4 - Bf >x 63, Wellsbom, PA 16901. 
tel:717-724-33221 Salvetinus namayaisfi. 

WARMWATERCUITURE 

95-004415 Anicic, I.; T. Treer and R. Safner. THE INFLUENCE OF A NUTRITIVE ANTIBIOTIC ON THE 



c 

t^ Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. BINsucFamt 

G. A. . Gait editors. Acjuacuiture 129(1-4):2S1. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Rsh., Fac. Agric., Univ. Zagreb, Svetosimunska 25, 41000 Zagreb, Croatia] 

M^1(3J:924*9 fsTS % 3 T ADVANTAGES AND DISAD VANTAGES OF AQUATIC PLANTS. Arr W .ic W fc 
[La. Stale Univ., Baton Rouge 70803] 

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WARMWATER CULTURE (Continued) 

95-004417 Avnimelech, Yoram; Malka Kochva and Shaher Diab. DEVELOPMENT OF CONTROLLED 
INTENSIVE AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS WITH A LIMITED WATER EXCHANGE AND ADJUSTED CARBON TO 
NITROGEN RATIO. Isr. }, Aquacult. Bamldgeh 46(3):11 9-131.1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Agric. Eng., Technion-lsrael Inst. Technol., Haifa 32000, Israel] 

95-004418 Bailey, H. C. and S. I. Doroshov. THE DURATION OF THE INTERVAL ASSOCIATED WITH 
SUCCESSFUL INFLATION OF THE SWIMBLADDER IN LARVAL STRIPED BASS (MORONE SAXAJILIS). 
Aquaculture 1 31 (1/2):1 35-1 43. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Med., School Vel. Med., Univ. Calif., Davis 95616] 

95-004419 Bakos, J. and S. Gorda. GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF COMMON CARP STRAINS USING 
INTRASPECIFIC HYBRIDIZATION. The Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquacuttiire-Sponsored Symposium, 
Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. Billard and C. A. E. Call, editors. Aquaculture 1 29(1-4):183-1 86. 
1995. FR 40(3) 

[Fish Cult. Res. Insl., P.O. Box 47, H-5541 Szarvas, Hungary] Cyprinus carp/o. 

95-004420 Basavaraju, Y.; K. V. Devaraj and S. P. Ayyar. COMPARATIVE GROWTH OF RECIPROCAL CARP 
HYBRIDS BETWEEN CAUA CATLA AND LABEO HMBRIATUS. The Carp. Proceedings of (he Second 
Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September i 993. R. Billard and G. A. E. Call, 
editors. Aquaculture 129(1-4}:187-191. 1995, FR 40(3) 

[Fish. Res. Stn., Univ. Agric. Sci., Hesaraghatla, Bangalore 560 089, Karnataka, India] Cyprinus carp/o, Ca(/a 
catia, tabeo fimbriatos, and their hybrids. 

95-004421 Basiao, Zubaida U. TILAPIA, CARP, AND CATFISH. Proceedings of the Seminar-Workshop on 
Aquacu/ture Deve/opinenI in Sout/ieasI Asia and Prospects for Seafarm/ng and Scafanching, lloilo City, Philippines, 
19-23 August J991. F. Lacanilao, R. M. Coloso, and G. f, Quinitio, editors, p. 24-31. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Binangonan Freshwater Stn., Aquacult. Dep., SEAFDEC, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines] Ti/apia mossambica, 
T. nilotica, Hypophthatmichtliys nobiiis, and Clarias macrocephaius in Southeast Asia. 

95-004422 Bieniarz, K.; ]. Szymacha and P. Epler. GONAD DEVELOPMENT, OVULATION AND 
SPERMIATION IN CARP UNDER HIGHLY EUTROPHICATED POND CONDITIONS. The Carp. Proceed/figs of 
the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. Billard and 
G. A. E. Gall, editors. Aquaculture 129(1-4):! 33. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Ichlhyobiol. & Fish., Agric, Acad., Prof. Spiczakowa 6, 30-1 49 Krakow-Mydlniki, Poland] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-004423 Billard, R. and G. A, E. Gall, editors. THE CARP. PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND 
AQUACULTURE-SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM, HELD IN BUDAPEST, HUNGARY, 6-9 SEPTEMBER 1993. 
Aquacullure 129(1-4):1-485. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Lab. Ichtyol., Mus. Natl. Hist, Nat., 43 rue Cuvler, 75231 Paris Cedex 05, France] Cyprinus carpio. Individual 
papers and abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-004424 Boggs, Charles T. and Robert C. Summerfelt. ON THE ORIGIN Of OIL FILMS OBSERVED TO 
FORM IN LARVAL WALLEYE CULTURETANKS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No, 1 24. p. 180. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Iowa Stale Univ,, Ames 5001 1 ] 5(/zosledi'on vitreum. 

95-004425 Boll, Malias Guilherme and Peter Garadi, TWENTY YEARS OF CYPRINID CULTURE PROMOTION 
IN SANTA CATARINA, BRAZIL: AN ANALYSIS OF GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES. The Carp. Proceedings of (he 
Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 Seplcmber (993. R. Bitlard and G. 
A. E. Gall, editors. Aquacullure 1 29(1 -4):4G9-473. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Campo Exp. Piscicult. Camboriu (CEPC/EPAGRI), Cx.P. 277, B0300 Itajai, SC, Brazil] Cyprinus carpio, 

95-004426 Brazil, Brian L, and George S, Libey. EFFECTS OF DIFFERING OZONE DOSAGE RATES ON 
GROWTH OF HYBRID STRIPED BASS REARED IN RECIRCULATING AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS. Am. Fish. Soc, 
Annu. Meet Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 19. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[VPI&SU, 106 Chealham Hall, Blacksburg,VA 24061-0246. tel;703-231-6400|MoroiiechiysopsxMsaxa(i/is. 

95-004427 Catalina, Lee and Richard Feiller. DISCUS DREAMS COME TRUE. Trop. Nth Hobbyist 43(10):76-82. 
1995. FR 40(3) 
Symphysodon. 

95-004428 Cerda, J.; M. N. Pou; L. Gallego and M. A. Comas. ECONOMIC IMPORTANCEOF MIRROR CARP 
(CYPRINUS CARPIO VAR. SPECULARIS) RELEASE IN AGRICULTURAL IRRIGATION PONDS ON THE ISLAND 
OF MAJORCA, SPAIN. The Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquacultwe-Sponsored Symposium, Held in 
Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. Billard and G. A. E. Gall, editors. Aquacullure 1 29(1 -4):475-476, 1 995. 
Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

(Carpeix Pollenca S.A.T., Majorca, Spain] 

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95-004429 Chen, H.; 6. Hu a nd A. '- ^ na ' (2) . ai . 94 . 199 5. FR 40(3) , Qeno^aryf.goclon 

BIOECONOMICANALVSISMquacufc^ 

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(Charles: Dep. ^^^^^^S^ich^ mo/ftr/X H. nob** 
/del/a, Carawuis auratus, Cyprmus carpio .nyp"P 
My/opha/yngcdon piceus, and T./ap^a mlouca. Ro dri g ues de Souza and lose 



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S. canadense inbhio. REPRODUCTIVE MANAGEMENT 



/n^ational fish P^af'offl'SymP^"^ e. 1994. FR 40(3) 

f6-2l, 7994. Don D. MacKiflfay, ediio p. ^5 U > 7 ^. fax;9 i6-752-0175l 

j^r^r^^TOSB^^ 

Urval QuaHV. *** ? f *^u e wdtonald I .Rofaeris, editors, p. 220-241. 1995. FR 40(3) 
Scolfand, June 1 992. Niall R. Bm y ^^ stuugarl , A R 721 60] 

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95-004442 Gomelsky ( B.UN.B.Cherfa S ;G.Hiilata;Y.Peretz and N.Ben-Dom. HORMONAL SEX INVERSION 

IN THE COMMON CARP, CYPR/NU5 CARPIO L. The Carp. Proceed/ngs of the Second Aquacu/wre-SpoTBored 
SymposiSm, HeW fn Budapest Hungary. September IS93. R. Billed and G. A E. Caft ediwrs. Aquaai/ln* 



, 
129(1-4);21B. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

[A.R.O., Fish & Aquacult. Res. Sin., Dor, M.P. Hot Hacarmel 30820, Israel] 

95.004443' Gorda, Sj J. Bakos; ]. Liska and Cs, Kakuk. LIVE GENE BANK OF COMMON CARP STRAINS AT 
THE FISH CULTURE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, SZARVAS. The Carp. Proceedings of he Second 
Aauac^ure Sponsored Symposium, He/d if. Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1 993. R. B.llzrd and C. A. L Call, 
editors. Anuaa//turel29(1-4):199-202. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Fish Cult. Res. Inst., P.O. Box 47, H-5541 Szarvas, Hungary] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-004444 Guerrero, Rafael D. III. AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENTS IN THE PHILIPPINES WITH EMPHASIS 
ON TILAPIAS AND SEAWEEDS. Proceedings oflhe Seminar-Workshop on Aquaculture Development ,n Soulheasl 
A^ari Prospect ^farming ad SeartncWng, tloilo City, Philippines, 19-23 August 1991. F. tacanrfao, R. M. 

Q ^^C,2^ l ^ 
Tilapia nilotica and T. mossambica. 

95-004445 Hines, Gene A. and Stephen A. WaHs. NON-STEROIDAL CHEMICAL SEX MANIPULATION OF 
TILAPIA.I WortdAquacuft. 5oc. 26(1 ):98-l 02. 1995. FR 40(3) 
|Dep. Biol., Univ. Ala., Birmingham 35294-1 1 70] Ti/apia aurea. 

95-004446 Hong Wanshu and Zhang Qiyong. [PRESENT STATUS OF f"^^ ^JJ 
PROPAGATION, SEEDING FISH AND LARVAE CULTURING STUDY.) Mar. Sa. fQ m gc/noJ1994(5) : 17-19. 1994. 
In Chinese. FR 40(3) 



Carass/us auratus. 



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R,M/ a rdandG.AEGaIor S ,^c UU re-.. 

(Dep. Aquacult., Inst. Anim. Sci., Agtic. Res. Organ., Volcani Cent., P.O. Box 6, Bet Dagan SUM, Israel] 
Cyprinus carpio and data for seven other species. 

95-004449 l.haki, Ido. PRELIMINARY DATA ON THE IMPORTANCE OF ISRAEL FOR THE CONSERVATION 
OF THE WHITE PELICAN PELECANUS ONOCROJALUS L Ostrich 65(2}:21 3-21 7. 1 994. r-K 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., Univ. Haifa Oranim, Tivon 36910, Israel] Ti/apia. 

.N.Dementiev.ASCHEMEFORSELECTIONOFCOMMONCARI^^ 



. Inst. Pond Fish., Rybnoe, Dmitrov Disl., Moscow 141821, Russia] Cypr/nus carpfo. 

t P DIFFERENT SYSTEMS OF CARP PRODUCTION AND THEIR IMPACTS ON THE 



. Univ. N.D. de la Paix, 61 rue de Bruxelles, B-5000 Namur, Belgiuml Cypnm, S 
carp/o and data for 1 2 other species. 

95-004452 Kindschi,GregA.and FredeilcT. Barrows. SURVEY OF SWIM BIADDERINFIATION OF WA^ 
REARED IN HATCHERY PRODUCTION PONDS. U.S. Fish Wildl. Serv. Bozeman M. teafl. No. 73. 17p. 1992. 

FR IS?. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Bozeman Fish Technol. Cent., 4050 Bridger Canyon Rd., Bozeman, MT 5971 5] 
Stizostedlon vitreum. 

"5 004453 Klnnucan Henry W. CATFISH AQUACULTURE IN THE UNITED STATES: FIVE PROPOSITIONS 
BffuTINDUCT?YGROWTH AND POLICY. World Aquacult. 26(1):13-20. 1995. FR40(3) 
[Dep. Agric. Econ. & Rural Sodol., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36830) teta/urus punclalus. 

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55-004454 Kora, Hame; Shinko Osalo; Katsuya Miyata; Zi-hua Wu; Kalsuyasu Tachibana and Mulsuyoii 
Tsucriimoto. [CHANGES IN AMOUNTS OF FAT, WATER, PROTEIN, AND ASH IN WHOLE BODY OF 
CULTURED RED SEA BREAM WITH GROWTH, AND COMPARISON WITH WILD BREAM.] Nippon Suisan 
Gakkalshi &2(2):21 1-218, 279. 1995. In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Home Econ., Koran Women's Junior Coll., Minami, Fukuoka 816, Japan] Pagrus major. 

95-004455 Korshon, M.; M. Telbany and A. A. Mandour. EFFECT OF SPECIES AND STOCKING SYSTEM ON 
BIOCHEMICAL PROFILE OF SOME SERUM CONSTITUENTS IN FISH. Vet. Med. 1. Giza. 42(3}:41-45. 1994. 
FR 40(3} 

[Dep. Biocliem. Fac. Vet. Med, Alexandria Univ., Egypt] Tilapia zilli, T. galilaea, and T. nilotica. 

95-004456 Lange, Gary. MfMNOWENM DUBOULAYI FROM THE BURNETT RIVER, Youngsiown Aquarisl 
(Youngsiown Area Trop. Fish Soc, Ohio) 23(6):1 7. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

95-004457 Leonard, Shivaun E.; Claude E. Boyd; Howard Kerby and Barnaby ]. Watten. EFFECTS OF WATER 
EXCHANGE AND SOIL ON WATER QUALITY IN PLASTIC-LINED STRIPED BASS PONDS. Am. fish. Soc. Anitu. 
Meel. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 179. 1594. FR 40(3) 

[Boyd: Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacult., Auburn Univ., AL 36849. lel:205-&44-407a; 
e-mail :m(an ner@ag.auburn.edu] Morone saxati/is. 

95-004458 Lin, H. R.; Q. Zhang and R. E. Peter. EFFECTS OF RECOMBINANT TUNA GROWTH HORMONE 
(GH) AMD ANALOGS OF GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE (GnRH) ON GROWTH OF GRASS 
CARP (CTENOPH4RYNCODON IDELLUS). The Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquaailture-Spomored 
Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. Billard and C. A. E. Gall editors. Arjwacc/wre 
129{1-4):342-343. 1995. Abstracl only. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Biol., Zhongshan Univ., Guangzhou, China] 

95-004459 Liu, Jia-Shou; Jing-Slicn Chen and Zhi-Tang Yu. THE EFFECT OF COMMON FUNGICIDES ON 
CHINESE SUCKER MYXOCfPRINUS ASIATICUS EGGS./. World Aquacull Soc. 26(1):84-87. 1995. FR 40(3} 
[lust. Reservoir Fish., Zhup Dao Quan, Wuhan 430073, China] 

95-004460 Longhammer, James K. THE BLUE-FRECKLED CICHLID. Youngstowri Aquarist (Youngstown Area 
Trop. fish Soc, Ohio) 23(6):15. 1995. FR 40(3) 

95-0044&1 Lovell, Tom. DIETARY FACTORS AFFECTING DISEASE RESISTANCE IN CHANNEL CATFISH, 
Aquacu/L Mag. 21(l):62-64. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacull, Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849] laalurus punclalus. 

95-004462 Lulz, C. CregandThomas M. Hymel. ERRORS IN ESTIMATING CATFISH FINCERLING NUMUERI 
AND VAIUE. Aquacuk Mag. 21(3):1 6-1 9. 1995. FR 40(3) 
fcta/uruspunctatus. 

95-004463 Lulz, Greg. BROWN BLOOD AND NITRITES. AquacuU. Mag. 21(2):16-20. 1995. FR40(3) 

95-004464 Macconnell, Elizabeth and Frederic T. Barrows. PATHOLOGICAL CHANGES ASSOCIATED WH> 
VITAMIN C DEFICIENT WALLEYE. US. fish Wildl. Serv. Bozeman Inf. tea//. No. 75. 1 1 p. 1 992. FR 40(3) 

[U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Bozeman Fish Technol. Cent., 4050 Bridget Canyon Rd,, Bozeman, MT 5971 S 
Su'2osledi'on vi'lreum. 

95-004465 Macconnell, Elizabeth; Frederic T. Barrows and Greg A. Kindschi. COMPARISON OF IMMUN 
RESPONSE OF WALLEYE FINGERLINGS WITHOUT INFLATED SWIM BLADDERS. US. F/shVWW/. Serv. flozema 
Inf. LeaH. No. 76. 7p. 1992. FR 40(3) 

(U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Bozeman Fish Technol. Cent., 4050 Bridger Canyon Rd., Bozeman, MT 597 1 1 
Stizostetiion vilreum. 

95-004466 Machel, Steve. DAFFODILS COME OUT IN THE SPRING SPAWNING NEOLAMPROLOGUS SI 
'DAFFODIL. 1 Youngslown Aquarisl (YoungXown Area Trop. fish Soc, Ohio) 23(6):1 1-1 2. 1 995. FR 40(3} 

95-004467 Macintosh D. ). and D. C. Little. NILE TILAPIA (OREOCHROM/S NILO7ICUS). Broof/slo( 
Management and Egg and laivaf Quality. Based on trie Second "Science in Aquacvtlwe* International Confcronc 

SS! V & dl /U " e m2 ' N/a " R - Broma e e anc/ R"a/d /. Roberts, editors, p. 277-320. 1 90 

rK 40(3) 

llnst. Aquacult, Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

B " B ' Rashidi ' PRODUCTION OF THE MALAWI CHAMBt 
ASSOCIATi N- AND OREOCHROM/S SHIRANL 

CA7F1SH ' CMR ' AS GARIEPtNUS (BURCHEl 



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ICenl.&Notlh. Reg. Rsh Farming Pro), Mzyzu, Malawi,. Africa! 

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95-004469 Milstein, A.; A. Alkon; I. Karplus; M. Kochba and Y. Avnimelech. COMBINED EFFECTS OF 
FERTILIZATION RATE, MANURING AND FEED PELLET APPLICATION ON FISH PERFORMANCE AND WATER 
QUALITY IN POLYCULTURE PONDS. Aquacult. Res. 26(1 ):55-65. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Fish & Aquacult. Res. Sin,, Dor, M.P. Hof HaCarmel 30820, Israel] Cyprinus carpio, Hypophthatmtcblhys 
molitrix, Ctenopfiaryngodon idei/a, and Ti'/ap/a aurea x T. ni/otica. 

95-004470 Milstein, Ana; Myron Zoran; David Bersadschi and Hans-Jurgen Krambeck. WATER QUALITY 
VARIABILITY IN A DEEP (8 m) RESERVOIR FOR SIMULTANEOUS FISH FARMING AND FIELD IRRIGATION. 
Umno/ogioi24(1):82-92,1994.FR40(3) ,,,.,, 

[Fisli & Agric. Res. Sin., Dor, 30B20 M.P,, Hof HaCarmel, Israel] Cyprinus carpio, Hypopltthatmicbitiys molitnx, 
and Ti/ap/a nilolica x T. aurea in Israel. 

95-004471 Milstein Ana; Myron Zoran and Hans-Jurgen Krambeck. WATER QUALITY VARIABILITY IN A 
SHALLOW (4 m) RESERVOIR FOR SIMULTANEOUS FISH FARMING AND FIELD IRRIGATION, Limnoiogica 

24(1):71-81. 1994.FR4Q(3) ,.,.,-,.,, ,, 

(Fish & Agric. Res. Stn,, Dor, 30820 M.P., Hof HaCarmel, Israeli Cypmius carpio, Hypophthalmichthys molitrix, 
and Tilapia nilotica x T. aurea in Israel. 

95-004472 Novak, John T. and Jennifer Herbst. EFFECTS OF OZONE APPLICATION ON WATER QUALITY 
IN A RECIRCULATING AQUACULTURE SYSTEM CONTAINING HYBRID STRIPED BASS (MORONE 
CHRYSOPS X M SAXAJILIS). Am. Fish. Soc. Annu.Meet. Abstr, No. 1 24. p. 1 9. 1 994, FR 40(3) 
JVPI&SU, 106 Chealham Hall, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0246. tel:703-231-6400| 

95-004473 Olah, ].; F. Pekar and P. Szabo, NITROGEN CYCLING AND RETENTION IN FISH-CUM-LIVESTpCK 
PONDS Fish Farm Effluents and Their Conttol in EC Countries: Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Hamburg, 
Germany, November 23-25, J992. HaraW Rosentha/, Volker Hi/ge, Andries Kamslra, Edward A. Black, Peter 
Burbndge, R'"=hard Gowen, and Ian Davies, editors. ). }. Appl Ichthyol. 10(4):341-348. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Fish. Res. Insl., H-5540 Szarvas, Hungary] 

95-004474 Olah, ).; P. Szabo; A. A. Esteky and S, A. Nezami, NITROGEN PROCESSING AND RETENTION IN 
HUNGARIAN CARP FARMS, fish farm Effluents and Their Contra/ in EC Countries: Proceedings of a Workshop 
Held in Hamburg, Germany, November 23-25, 1 992. Harald Rosenthal, Volker Hilge, Andries Kamslra, Edward A 
Black, Peter Biirbridge, Richard Gowen, and Ian Davies, editors. J. Appl. Ichthyol. 1 0(4}:335-340. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Fish. Res. Insl., H-5540 Szarvas, Hungary] 

95-004475 Opuszynski, Karol; Jerome V. Shireman and Wanda Opuszynska. FECK ^COLLECTION OF 
FILTER-FEEDING FISH AS A METHOD FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND ENHANCEMENT OF 
AQUACULTURE/AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION. Pol Arch. Hydrobiol. 41(1):103-108. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[til. Jagiellonska 50 m 307, 03-463 Warszawa, Poland] Ttfap/a aurea and Hypopbl/ia/michthys nobtlis. 

95-004476 Osato, Shinko; Harue Kora; Katsuya Miyata; ZHiua Wu; Tosio Misima; Katsuyasu Tachlbana and 

M Ute ^ 

IN CULTURED RED SEA BREAM.] Nippon Su/san CaWcoh/i/ Gl(2):219-224, 279. 1995. In Japanese with English 

SUm |Dep. Food & Nutr., Hlgashlchlkushi Junior Coll., Kokura-kita, Kitakyushu 803, Japan] Pagrvs major. 

95-004477 Perchec, G.; J. Cosson; F. Andre and R. Dlllard. DEGRADATION OF THE QUALITY OF CARP 
SPERM BY URINE CONTAMINATION DURING STRIPPING. The Carp. Proceedings of the Second 
AquacuUurc-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September J 993. R. Mard and G. A. Gal/, 
editors, Ac/uacuilure 1 29(1-4):1 35-1 36. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[Ichlyol. MLIS,, 43 rue Cuvier, F-7523 1 Paris, France] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-004478 Rene, Francois; Marc Vandeputte and Lionel Kinadjian. [AFRICAN AQUACULTURE: BUT WHERE 
HAS THE PROFITABILITY GONE?] Equinoxc No. 51 . p. 4-7. 1 994. In French. FR 40(3) 

|)EFAD/Sec. Peches Aquaciill., Comm. Econ. Nations Unies pour Afr., P.O. Box 3001 , Addis-Abeba, Ethiopia] 

95-004479 Richter, C. J. ].; E. H. Ecling; J. A. J. Verretli and W. L. G. Fleuren. AFRICAN CATFISH (CMRMS 
GARtEPINUS). Broodstock Management, and Egg and tarva/ Quality. Based on the Second "Science in Aquacufture 
fnternat/ona/ Conference, University of Stirling, Scotland, /une 1 992. Ntall Bromage and Ronald /. Roherts, editors. 
p. 242-276. 1995, FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish Cult. & Fish., Agric. Univ., P.O. Box 338, 6700 AH Wagenmgen, Netherlands] 

95-004480 Rodriguez-Gutlerrez, Mariha and Alfonso Esquivel-Herrera. EVALUATION OF THE i REPEATED i USE 
OF XYLOCAINE AS ANESTHETIC FOR THE HANDLING OF BREEDING CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO). The Carp. 
Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September )993. 
R. BfflardandG. A. E. Call editors. Aqoacu/ture 129(1-4):431-436. 1995, FR 40(3} 
(Dep. Hombre & Ambienle, Univ. Autonpma Metropolltana Unitlad Xoctilmilc 
Col. Villa Quietud, Mexico 04960 D.F., Mexico] 



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fiJapla, and Mugil cephato. PT/ , ri/1Mr nFNSITY ON OVARIAN MATURATION 

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|Fac. Fish. & Mar. Sci, Univ. Palawan aaysia. ALTERNATIVES OF INLAt^ 

nawr. . U. 1992- FRP) 



Wisconsin. Man/ MfraneoDrfrnawr. p. U. 1992- & ^ f FirHT[NG nsH , US1 



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., Rvbnae, Dmi.rov Dis,,, Moscow 141821, Russial Cyprus c,rpio and 



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a 5-004495 Varadi, Laszlo. EQUIPMENT FOR THE PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING OF CARP. 7/ie Carp 

proceedings ai ihe Second Aquacuituic-Spomorcd Symposium, Held in fiuda/jesr, Hungary, 6-9 Septem/m 1993 

*&. BillartJ and C. A. Gait editors. Aquacuflure 1 29!1-4):443-4(i&. 1995- FR 40(3) 

[Fish Cult. Res. Ins!., P.O. Box 47, 554] Szarvas, Hungary] Cyprinus 




D e, Ricba'rd Gcuwn, and Ian Davies. editors. I. Appl. kklhyol. 10(4):312-318. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Bayerische Landesanst. Fssch., Starnborg, Germanyl 

-35-004497 Wynne, Forrest PROSPECTS FOR THE CULTURE OF YELLOW PERCH, WALLEYE AND SAUGER 
|N KENTUCKY. Worfd Aquacu/t. 26( 1 >:37-40. 1 995. FR 40(3} 

[Ky. State Univ., Coop. Ext. Program, P.O. Box 3327, West Somerset 42564-3327. tel:606-679-20JO| I erca 
flavescens, St/zosledfon wtreum, and 5. canadenso. 

95-004498 Yoshida, T.; R. Kruger and V. Inglis. AUGMENTATION OF NONSPECIFIC PROTECT^ 
AFRICAN CATFISH, CWRMS CARIEPINUS (BURCHELL), BY THE LONG-TERM ORAL ADMINISTRATION OF 
IWMUNOSTIMULANTSJ. Fish Dis. 18{2):195-198. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Inglis: lost. Aquacult., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 



MARICULTURE 

Q5-004499 Aldon, E., editor. SIGANID CULTURE. Aqua Farm News 12(5):M 7. 1 ) J4. rK 

[SEAFDEC/AQD, P.O. Box 256, lloilo City, 5000 Philippines] 
95-004500 Apud, FlorenlinD; Jurgonne H. Primavera and Paster L Torres, Jr. FARMING OF PRAWNS AND 
SHRIMPS. SEAFDEC Aquzcult. Ext. Man. No. 5. G6p. 1 989. FR 40(3) 

Chanos chanos and data for 1 2 other species. 

95-004501 Aypa, Slmeona M. PROSPECTS OF SEAFARMING THROUGH THE FISHERIES SECTOR 
PROGRAM (PH&1NES). Proceedings of .he Serninar-Wortshop on Aquacu/ttire DeveJoprnent m Southeast 
?Sd ftolpec" for S&rni/ng and !earancf,/ ngj //oi/o Cfty, PWf(ppine 4 19-2-1 August 1 99 1. F. Ucanrfaa R- M. 

^a^sn^^Lt^Sl^-rQ^le, Quezon City, PHIippines., U* c.ca^ 
Epinephelus, Siganus, and Luf/anus. 

Peler B A/dge, Richard Covven, and /a, Dav/es, ed/im A App/. 'chlhyo/. 1 W-295'30 6. 1 99 4 FR 4% ( 

[AquaculL & Commer. Fish. Branch, British Columbia Mimst. Agric. & Fish., 808 Douglas St., Victoria, <-, 
Canada V8W2Z7] 

andRonaW/.Robertsed/to.p.l38-l68.199S.FR4Q(3) 

[Inst Acuicult. Torre de la Sal, 12595 Torre de la Sal, Castellon, Spam] 



M T HiHha SURVIVAL RATES OF TILAP1A, OREOCHROMIS SPIiURUS 
S^ WINTER US.NG WARM 

. AquaculL Res. 26(5):307-309. 1095. FR 40(3) 
DeKuwait ln. Scl. Res., P.O. Box 1638, 22017 Salmiya, Kuwaft) 



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^Tis^^ Fish - Dev ' Proi " 3rd - Floor ' Arcadia Blda " B6 Quezon Ave " 

Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines] fpinephe/us and tales cafcanier. 

,-, .1 - .. Kr CCAHAQQ rpnupFRS ANDSNAPPERS.ProceedingsoftheSemiViar-Worftsncp 

and tut/anus in Southeasl Asia, 

1M \^^ r ^^^^-0^ Blacks Harbour, NB, Canada EOG 1HO. ,e1:50&45G-3391 ; 
fax:506456-35 10] Sa/mosafar. 

95-004510 Fan Yunzhen and Chen Nanshen 8 . (AMERICAN: THE OPPORTUNITY FOR MARINE 
AQUACULTURE.] Mar. Sci. fQ/ngdaoJ 1994(2):30-33. 1994. In Chinese. FR 40(3) 

i r A M, cHm r Rnlivar FFEDING LIVE OR FROZEN MOfNA MACROCOPA 

95-004511 F^ 11 ^ 1 ?^^ <sr. /. Aquacult. Bam/dfich 

tcTit A i icc\ Tf^ A*? ANJ SFA RASS LA r ti C-ALC/iAirtK iuLv_iv.rij/ i_r\i\ v/iu. rj*. / j 
(3 I KAU J J) t^J r\Jir\M j-/i u/ *^- ; - 

46(3):132-139. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[SEAFDEC, Aquacult. Dep., Tigbauan 5021, Hollo, Philippines] 



fer. /- Acjuacult. Bamidfleh 46(3):1G5. 1994, FR 40(3) 

(Nail. Res. Inst. Aquacult., Mie, Japan] 
95-004513 Gapa,in,R.S).andC.L.M a rte.MlLKFISHHATCHERYOPERATIONS.5EAFDECAq U ac U /I.x 1 .Mnn. 

No. 17. 24p. 1990, FR 40(3) 
Chanos cJianos. 



95-004514 Han, Kyung-nam; Heng-yuan Chun* Seiichi Matsui; Masayukl Fu r ^^.^' J'S 
[FFFFTT OF AMBIENT SALINITY ON GROWTH, SURVIVAL RATE, AND FEED EFFICIENCY IN 



- AMRIFNT SALINTY UN UKUW n, auKVivni. unic, miu 1 1->-^ >-' , , 

: ^FFER FISH TAK/FUCU RUflRfPES.] Nippon Saisar, Gakkafshi 61(1):21-2G. 1 995, In Janancso vvUh 
English summ.FR 40(3) 

[Fish. Res, Lab,, Kyushu Univ., Tsuyazakl, Fukuoka 81 1-33, Japan] 

qsOMSIS Havashl M GROWTH, SURVIVAL, AND VITAUTY OF LARVAL RED SEA BREAM /MCRU5 MA/OR 
AND JAPANESE FLOUNDER PARALfCHTHYS Ol/VACEUS FED MICROBOUND DIETS. Abstracts of teclurw 
Presented at the Second Japanese - Israeli Symposium on Aquacu/ture, April J 7-22, J 994, Kagos/iima, lapan. ftaf 
van Ri/n, editor. Jsr. /. Aquacult, Bamidgeh 46(3):1 57. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
ITsukuba Res. Lab., Harima Chem, Inc., Ibaraki, Japan] 

95-004516 Hemdal, Jay. CAPTIVE HUSBANDRY OF THE FLASHLIGHT FISH, ANOMOIOPS KAJOPWOt 
(BLEEKF.R 1 856). I Aquaric. & Aquat. Sci. 6(2):55-57. 1 992. FR 40(3) 

us 004517 Hirata, H.j S. Yamasakl; H. Maenosono; T. Nakazono; T. Yamauchl and M. Malsudi 
POLYCULTURE OF RED SEA BREAM (PACRUS MA/OR) AND ULVA SP. IN CAGES. Abstracts of tectim 
Presented at the Second Japanese-fsrae/i Symposium on Aquaculture, Aprfl 17-22, 1994, Kagos/iima, Japan, /aa 
van Ri/n, editor. Jsr. /. AquacuiL Bamidgeh 46(3):166. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Fac. Agrlc., Kinki Univ. 3327-204, Nakamati, Nara City, Nara 631, Japan] 

95004518 Honczaryk,AlexandreandViniciusR.Cerciueira.ADAPTATIONOFFATSNO9KCNOI ) {;)Mt 
PARALLELUS (POEY) LARVAETO ARTIFICIAL DIETS. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an IntcmMlonal Fi 
Physiology Symposium HeJd at the University of British Columbia In Vancouver, Canada, tuly 1 6-2 (, J 994. 1 Jon i 
MacWfttay, editor, p. 383-388. 1994. FR 40(3) ; 

\ Aquacult. Dep., C.P. 478, Manaus, Amazonas 69083-000, Brazil] 

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95-004519 Honda, R; K. Kikuchi and N. Iwata. REARING OF JAPANESE FLOUNDER, PARAIICHTHYS 
OLIVACEUS, WITH CLOSED SEAWATER RECIRCULATION SYSTEM. Abstracts of lectures Presented at the 
Second lapanese-istaeli Symposium on Aquaculture, April 17-22, 1994, Kagoshima, Japan, /aap van Rijn, editor. 
IST. I. Aquacult. Bamidgeh 46(3): 1 63. 1994. FR40(3) 

[Abiko Res. Lab., Cenl. Res. Inst. Electric Power Ind., Chiba, ]apan| 

95-004520 Iwata, N.; K. Kikuchi; H. Honda; M. Kiyono and H. Kurokura. EFFECTS OFTEMPERATURE ON THE 
GROWTH OF JAPANESE FLOUNDER. Abstracts of Lectures Presented at the Second lapanese-lsraeli Symposium 
on Aquacultuee, April 17-22, 1994, Kagoshima, Japan, faap van Rijn, editor. Isr. /. Aquacult. Bamidgeh 
46(3):162-163. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Biol. Dep., Cenl. Res. Inst. Electric Power Ind., Chiba, Japan] Paralichthys olivaceus. 

95-004521 Kjorsvik,E. and I. Holmefjord. ATLANTIC HALIBUT(H/PPOC/.OSSUSH/PPOCtOSSUS) AND COD 
(GADL/5 MORHUA). Broodstock Management and Egg and Larval Quality. Based on the Second "Science in 
Aquaculture" International Conference, University of Stirling, Scotland, June 1992. Niall R. Bromage and Ronald /. 
Roberts, editors, p. 169-196. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Univ. Trondheim, Braltora Res. Sin., Sect. Aquacult., N-7055 Dragvoll, Norway] 

95-004522 Krom, M. D.; S. Ellner; J. van Rijn and A. Neori. NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS CYCLING AND 
TRANSFORMATIONS IN A PROTOTYPE 'NON-POLLUTING' INTEGRATED MARICULTURE SYSTEM, EILAT, 
ISRAEL. Mar. Ecol. Prog, Ser. 1 1 8(1-3}:25-36. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

|Neori: Israel Oceanogr. & Limnol. Res., Natl. Cent. Maricutt., P.O. Box 1212, Eilal 88112, Israel] 5parus 
auratus. 

95-004523 Krost, P.; T. Chrzan; H. Schomann and H. Rosenthal. EFFECTS OF A FLOATING FISH FARM IN 
KIEL FJORD ON THE SEDIMENT. Fish Farm Effluents and Jheir Control in EC Countries: Proceedings of a Workshop 
Held in Hamburg, Germany, November 23-25, 1 992. Harald Rosenlhal, Volker Hilge, Andries Kamstra, Edward A. 
Black, Peter Burbridge, Richard Gowen, and Ian Davi'es, editors, j. Appl. Ichthyol. 10(4):353-361. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Abt. Meeresbot., DueslernbrookerWeg 20, D-4105 Kiel, Germany] 

95-004524 Kungvanklj, P.; B. J. Pudadera, Jr.; L, B. Tiro, Jr., and I. O. Poteslas. BIOLOGY AND CULTURE OF 
SEA BASS (MTES CALCARIFER). NACA (Network Aquacull. Cent. Asia) Train. Man. Ser. No. 3. 70p. 1 906. FR 40(3} 

95-004525 Lei Qilin, (TO TAKE THE CHANCE AND THE CHALLENGE OF MARINE FISH FARMING IN 
NORTH CHINA- AND DISCUSS THE QUESTIONS AND COUNTER MEASURES OF MARINE FISH FARMING 
IN NORTHERN CHINA,] Mar. So. (Qingdao) 1994(1):19-21. 1994. In Chinese. FR 40(3} 

95-004526 Liu Hul and Zhu Jranxin. [STUDY ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE FEED 
RATE OF PARALICH7HYS OLIVACZUS. Mar. Sci. (Qingdao) 1 994(6):C>4-67. 1 994. In Chinese with English summ. 
FR 40(3) 

95-004527 Morin, Marie P. HAWAIIAN FISHPONDS AND ENDANGERED WATERBIRDS ON THE KONA 
COAST. Trans. West. Sect. Wikll. Soc. Vol. 30. p. 66-71 . 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[P.O. Box 3543, Kallua-Kona, HI 9G745[ 

95-004528 Mozes, N.; S. Ratzon; Y. Leibovich and Y. Argaman. BIOENGINEERING CONCEPTS OF 
QUANTITATIVE MANAGEMENT OF INTENSIVE MARINE FISH PONDS, INTEGRATED WITH FILTRATION BY 
SHELLFISH AND MACROALGAE, Abstracts of Lectures Presented at the Second Japanese-Israeli Symposium on 
Aquacullute, April 17-22, 1994, Kagoshima, Japan. Jaap van Rijn, editor. Isr. I. Aquacult. Bamidgeh 46(3):164. 
1 994. FR 40(3} 

[Nail. Cenl. Maricull., Eilat, Israel] 

95-004529 Parazo, M. M.; L. Ma. B. Garcia; F. G, Ayson; A. C, Fermin; J. M. E. Almendras; D. M. Reyes, Jr., and 
E. M. Avila, SEA BASS HATCHERY OPERATIONS. SEAFDEC Aquacull. Ext. Man. No. IB. 38p. 1990. FR 40(3} 
/.ales calcaiifer. 

95-004530 Su Yuezhong; Quan Hanfeng; Li Yanping and Wangzhen Gui. [PRELIMINARY STUDIES ON 
ARTIFICIAL PROPAGATION AND FRYREAR1NG TECHNIQUE ON NIBEA IAPONICA.} Mar. Sci. (Qingdao) 
1994(4):1-3. 1 994. In Chinese, FR 40(3) 

95-004531 Tandler, A.; M. Harel; W, M. Koven and S. Kolkovski. BROODSTOCK AND LARVAL NUTRITION 
IN GILTHEAD SEABREAM SPARUS AURATA NEW FINDINGS ON ITS MODE OF INVOLVEMENT IN 
IMPROVING GROWTH SURVIVAL AND SWIMBLADDER INFLATION. Abstracts of Lectures Presented at the 
Second lapanese-lsraeli Symposium on Aquaculture, April 1 7-1.2, 1 994, Kagoshima, Japan, faap van Rijn, editor. 
Isr. I. Aquacult. Bamidgeh 46(3):155. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Natl. Cent. Maricult., IOLR, P.O. Box 1212, Eilal 88112, Israel) 

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95-004532 Thomas P. R. AinoW J^,^ 

K3sT^ and Rona ' d ' ' p ' 

f ^ } ci inst Univ.T e x,A U stin,P.O.Box l2 67,Por t Aransas78373.,267|5o- ae nopso Ce /la,u, 

ci.lnst v univ. AQUACULTURE IN THAILAND. 

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Thailandl Ules cafca,fe, Epinepnefas mafetacw, and E. satofe. TECHNOLOGY IN 

95-004534 U Sa,os M . OVERVIEW O, ^^^'g^^^a^S^S 

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Caranx cf^niex, and ParaHchlhys ofivaceus. 
95 .0035 Ungson, Wita R, Yoshiaki Ma.uda and Hac M ,o Hk*. RANCHING THE R ED SEA 



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,0,53 8 Watanabe.T.andV JKI-on 

and Larval Qualily. Based on Ite Second 'Science m " a . w " %. 41 3. 1 995. FR 40(3) 



, Canada EOA 2HO, Me,ano gf an, mUS 
Wietand, Kai; Uwe W,e, and I Die.nch nack E VELOPM ENT OF BA LTKCM^ . 



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,5.00454, Zhans Q M n and Wang Ucn.o. ,TECHNOLOCY OF FISH CULTURE AT NET ,N SHALLOW SFA.1 
Mar 5d. (Qingc/ao) 1 994(3}:3-5. 1 994. In Chinese. FR 40(3} 

95-004542 Zhuang Qianzsng and Yu Hongxian. IRED SEA BREAM DEEDING IN CULTURE POOL O! 

MONOCELLUIAR ALGAE.l Mar. Sd (QJhgdaoJ 1994(3).1M4. 1994. In Chinese. FR 40(3) 



. Hand; S. Hassin and A. Tandler GILT-HEAD 
199 |Na5.Sni. Mariodi, Israel Oceanogr, & Limnol. Res. Insl, P.O. Box 1 21 2, 81 1 2 Eilat, Israel) 



S^rS^S^ |. Cleue and R. Waagbo. INFLUENCE OF DIETARY VITAMTN , K 
TISSUE VITAMIN B 6 CONTENTS AND IMMUNITY IN ATLANTIC SALMON], SALMO SALAR L /W|iM< . f 
26(51:331-339, 1995. FR 40(3) 

jlnsi. Nutr,, Dlr. Fish,, P.O. Box 1 990-Nordnes, N<5002 Bergen, Norway| 

95-004545 Anderson,?, and S.U1I, NUTRITIVE VALUE OF FISH MEAL FOR SALMONIDS f-ffgf. ^["'ma 
Fish- Proceedings of an Internatlonaf Fish Physiology Symposium Held at ihe University of British CofurnW 
Vancouver, Canada, July IWi"J99i Don D. MacWnlay, editor, p. 389-393, 1994. FR 40(3) 



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.....". M. THE 1'K( WPECJS Of INIW.1ENOUS AI.THRNATIVE FI:EI> RtSOUl . > R . 

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ANni < H= HAINHOW IKOUi. U.S. f/sl W.7iH. Sew. Hn/i-nriin hU. (.<M/. N". /H. IQj.. I .> ). J. 1 1 -D 
(U.S. I Mi WIMl. Si'iv., llnwni,in l^h Tcrhnnl. Onl., -Kir.tl Ltricl K <'f Canyi.n Kd, Hi./rrmm, Ml ...)7->l 

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95-004558 Cataculan, M. R. and R, M. Coloso. EFFECT OF DIETARY PROTEIN TO ENERGY RATIOS ON 
GROWTH SURVIVAL, AND BODY COMPOSITION OF JUVENILE ASIAN SEABASS, MTES GUGWrTfi. 
Aqvacullure 131(1/2):! 25-133. 1995. FR 40(3) 

ISEAFDEC, Aquacull. Dep., P.O. Box 256, lloilo City, Philippines. fax:(63-33}-271008| 

95-004559 Christiansen, R.; G. Struksnaes; R. Esternlann andO. J.Torrissen. ASSESSMENTOF FLESH COLOUR 
IN ATLANTIC SALMON, SALMO SALAR L Aquacult. Res. 26(5):31 1-321.1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Insl. Mar. Res., Div. Aquacult., Matre Aquacult. Res. Sin., N-5198 Malredal, Norway] 

95-004560 Ciereszko, Andrzej; Konrad Dabrowski; Feng Lin and Li Liu. EFFECT OF DIETARY ASCORBVl 
MONOPHOSPHATE ON PROGENY OF THREE-YEAR-OLD MALE RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHYNCItUS 
MYKISS. Bio!, Reprod. 52(Suppl. 1):106. 1995. Abslract only. FR 40(3) 
|Ohio Slate Univ., School Nat. Resour, Columbus 43210) 

95-004561 Clark, Donald S.; Joseph A. Brown; Stephen ], Coddard and Jonathan Moir. ACTIVITY AND 
FEEDING BEHAVIOUR OF ATLANTIC COD (CADU5 MORHUA) IN SEA PENS. Aquaculture 1 3Hl/2):13-57- 
1995. FR 40(3) 

[Brown: Ocean Sci. Cent., Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, St, John's, NF, Canada A1C 5S7] 

95-004562 Csengeri, I.; M. Petiljean and M. Bercsenyi. FREEZE-FRACTURED LIVER AS A STARTER DIET FOR : 
CYPR1NI D LARVAE. The Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapetf, 
Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. Billard and C. A. . Call, editors. Aquacutture 129(1-4):252-253. 1995. Abslract 
only. FR 40(3) 

|Fish Cult. Res. Insl., P.O. Box 47, H-5541 Szarvas, Hungary] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-004563 Davis, D. Allen; D. Jirsa and C. R. Arnold. EVALUATION OF SOYBEAN PROTEINS AS 
REPLACEMENTS FOR MENHADEN FISH MEAL IN PRACTICAL DIETS FOR THE RED DRUM SUAENl i 
OCEIMTUSJ. World Afiuaciilt. Soc. 26(1):48-58. 1995. FR40(3) 

[Univ. Tex. Austin, Mar. Sci. Inst., P.O. Box 1 267, Port Aransas 78373] 

95-004564 El-Banna, R.; Maha M. Hady; T. M. Shahat and H. M, Teleb. CORN GLUTEN IN TILAP1A 
FINGERUNG DIETS. Vel. Med. I. G'za 42(1)6:201-206. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Nutr. & Clinical Nutr. Dep., Fac. Vet. Med., Cairo Univ. Cairo, Egypt] 77/ap/a. 

95-004565 El-Banna, R,;T.M. Shahat and H.M. Teleb. A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN METHODS USEI1 
TO EVALUATE GROSS ENERGY IN FEED, FISH AND FAECAL MATTER. Vel. Med /. Cfaa 42(1 )B: 1 97-20O. \ WK 
FR40(3) 

|Nutr. & Clinical Nutr. Dep., Fac. Vel. Med., Cairo Univ,, Cairo, Egypt] TiVap/a. 

95-004566 Escaffre, A.-M.andS.J.Kaushik.SURVIVALAND GROWTH OF FIRST-FEEDING COMMON CARP 
LARVAE FED ARTIFICIAL DIETS CONTAINING SOYBEAN PROTEIN CONCENTRATE. The Carp. I'rncwt finf.t 
of Ifie Second Aquacu/lure-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September i 99. t. K- 
and C. A. GaH, editors. Aquacullure 129{1-4}:253. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
II.N.RA, Sin. Hytlrobiol., 64310 Saint Pee-sur-Nivelle, France] Cypiinus carpio. 

95-004567 Fagbenro, Oyedapo A. DRIED FERMENTED FISH SILAGE IN DIETS FOR ORfO 
NiLOTiCUS. Isr. /. Aquaculi Bamidgeh 46(3):140-147. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Insl. Aquacult, Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95-004568 Fauconneau, Benoit; Helene Alami-Duranle; Michel Laroche; Jacqueline Marcel and l)nminl<;u 
Vallol. GROWTH AND MEAT QUALITY RELATIONS IN CARP. The Carp. Proceedings of itw Srrort 
Aquacuflure-Sponsoied Symposium, HeW in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. Bitlard and C,. A- V. f ^ 
editors. Aquacuflure 129(1-4):265-297. 1995. FR 40(3) 

JINRA, Fish Physiol., Campus Beaulieu, 35 042 Rennes Cedex, France] 

95-004569 Fernaiutez-Palacios, Hipolito; Maria Soledad Izquierdo; Lidia Robaina; Antonio Valiiiui.i; Mai 
Salbi and Jose M. Vergara. EFFECT OF n-3 HUFA LEVEL IN BROODSTOCK DIETS ON EGG QUAI.1 1 Y C 
CILTHEAO SEA BREAM (SPARUS AURATA L). AquacuAure 1 32(3,4}:325-337. 1 995, FR 40(3) 

[Izquierdo: Dep. Biol, Fac. Cienc. Mar, ULPGC, Tafira Baja, 35017 Las Palmas, Canary Islands, S 



95-004570 Fletcher, D. A. and R. J. Wootlon. A HIERARCHICAL RESPONSE TO DIFFERENCES IN R ATlC 
SIZE IN THE REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF FEMALE THREE-SPINED STICKLEBACKS. /. Ftsh Hi 
46(4):657-668. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Woolton: Inst. Biol. Sci., Univ. Wales Aberystwyth, Aberyslwylh, Dyfed SY23 3DA, Wales] Cuiswro.su 
acu/eatus. 

95-004571 Foster, M.; R. Petrell; M. R. Ito and R. Ward. DETECTION AND COUNTING OF UNE ATGM f r O( 
PELLETS IN A SEA CAGE USING IMAGE ANALYSIS. Aqttacull. Eng. 1 4(3):251-269. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

iPelrell: Bio-Resour. Eng., 2357 Main Hall, Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1 ^ t ] 



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Rim editor, (sr. I, Aquacu/t, Bamidge/i 46(3}:156. 1 JJ4. fK iupj 
IDep Alcul,, Inl Anim. Sci., Agric. Res. Organ., Bet Dagan, Israel] 






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FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Ecol. BioGncrgotlcs, Insl. Ecol., Dziekanow Lesny, 05-092 Lomianki, Poland, 
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95.004585 Knosche, R. and K. Schreckenbadi. THE INFLUENCE OF ^CARBO HYDRATE^ lnum 
SOME PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF CULTURED FISH - CARP, TROUT AND STURGEON HYBRHW-The 
Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquacu/ture-SponMwed Symposium, Held m Budapest, Hunga^ 6-9 Seplcmber 

1993 R BillardandC A . CaM, editors. Aquaoto 129(l-4):253-254. 1995. AbstracI only. FR 40(3) _ 

llnsl. Inland Fish., Jaegerhof, D-14476 Gross Glienicke, Germany] Cyprinus carpio, Oncorhyndius inykw, 

and Acipenser baeri x A. rulbenus. 



95-004586 Langar, Habib; Jean Guillaume; Robe,! Metailler and Benoit Fa""""- AUCMENWTION OF I 
PROTON SYNTHESIS AND DEGRADATION BY POOR DIETARY AMINO ACID BALANCE IN EUROI EAN SEA , 
BASS (D/CENTRARCHUS IABRAX). /. Nuir. 1 23(10):! 754-1 761 . 1 993. FR 40(3) 

IGuiUaume: INRA/IFREMER Brest, Lab. Nutr., B.P. 70, 29280 Plouzane, France] 

95-004587 Li, Meng H. and Edwin H. Robinson. USE OF CANOLA MEAL IN CATFISH FEEDS. Xquacuft. Mag- 
21(2):60-63. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Delia Res. & Ext. Cent., Miss. Slate Univ., Stoneville 397621 Iciaturus punclatus. 

95.004588 Lovell, Tom. FEEDING TILAP1A. Aquacull. Mag. 21(3):87-91 . 1995. FR 40{3) 
[Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849] tctaturus punctatus and T//ap/a nilotica. 

95-004589 Luna Serrano, Rodrigo. [PIGMENTINC EFFECT OF SPIRUUNASP. ON TILAPIA HYBRIDS 
(OREOCHROM/S SP.)-! Vet. Mex. 26(1):80. 1995. Spanish abstract only. FR 40(3) 

95-004590 MihelakaW 5 ,ApostobsandChikaraKi.ajima.THEEFFECTOFFEED^ 

FEED CONVERSION IN SILVER SEA BREAM, SPARUS SARBA. /. Fac. Agric. Kyushu Univ. 39(1-2),J-14. l )J<*. 

FR4Q(3) 

IFish. Ros. Lab., Fac. Agric., Kyushu Univ., Fukuoka 81 1-33, Japan] 

95-004591 Moksness, Erlend; C. Rosenlund and O. Lie. EFFECT OF FISH MEAL QUALITY ON GROWTl \ OF 
JUVENILE WOLFFISH.ANARHICHA5 LUPUS LAquacult. Res. 26(2):109-1 15. 1995.FK4UU) : 

llnst. Mavine Res., Flodevigan Mar. Res. Sin., His, Norway) 

95-004592 Nakagawa, H.; Md. G. Mustafa and T. Umino. NECESSITY OF ALGAE AS DIETARY AUniTlVE IN; 
FISH DIET. Absfracls of Lectures Presented auhe Second /apanese-fsrae/i Symposium on Af/uacumffc^P'" <**. 
1994, Kagoshima, lapan. Map van Rijn, editor, br. }. Aquacull. Bam/dge/i 46(3):1 56. 1 994. FK 4U(.I) 

(Fac. Appl. Biol.Sci., Hiroshima Univ., Higashi-hirosliima 724, Japan] Siganm fujcescefis, rtecog/ossus nrh^crr j. 
GireJfa punclaia, Acanthopagrus schlege/i, Parafj'chthys o/iVaceus, and Serio/a quinqueradiala. 

95-004593 Nijhof, M. THEORETICAL EFFECTS OF FEED COMPOSITION, FEED CONVERSION AND FEtO 
SPILLAGE ON WASTE DISCHARGE IN FISH CULTURE, flsh Farm Effluenls and T/ieir Control m tt. 



, 

Proceeding i of a Wosksbop Held in Hamburg, Germany, November 23-25, 1 992. HaraW Rosenthat, Votkrr I IJ th*. 
Andries Kamstva, Edivard A. Black, Peter Burbridge, Richard Cowen, and fan Davies, editors. I. Appl. lc.nin>oi 
10{4):274-283. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Fish Cull. & Inland Rsh., Agric. Univ. Wageningen, Wageningen, Nelherlands| 

95-004594 Opacak, Andjelko and Tomislav Treer. FEEDING THE TWO-YEAR-OLD COMMON CAK 
{CVPRINUS CARP/0) ON PELLETED FOOD ONLY IN THE SECOND PART OF THE GROWING Sl-ASC Jl 
fcJirJiyos 11(l)il8-25. 1994. In English with Serbo-Croatian summ, FR 40(3) 

(Treer: Dep. Fish., Beekeeping & Special Zool., Fac. Agric,, Univ. Zagreb, Svetosimunska. 25, Croat] 
Hypophthalmichthys molilriX Ctenopharyngodon idef/a, and Silurus glartis. 

95-004595 Peliljean, M. and I. Csengeri. M1CROENCAPSULATION OF HYDROSOLUBLt ADDI'IIVCS 1 
ARTIFICAL DIETS FOR CYPR1NID LARVAE TO AVOID LEACHING. Trie Carp. Proceedings nf the i'"? 
AquacuJture-5ponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. BHfarcl and f ~>. A. fc. <-i 
editors. Aquatullure 129(l-4):254. 1995. AbstracI only. FR 40(3} 

lUniv. Paris 7, UF Environ., 2 pi. Jussieu, F-75251 Paris Cedex 05, France] 

9S-004596 Pilarczyk, Andrzej. CHANGES IN SPECIFIC CARP IMMUNE REACTION CAUSED BY M >I>1TI( 
OF FISH OIL TO PELLETS. The Carp. Proceedings of (he Second Aquacu/(ure-Sponsorec/ Symposium, I Ivlti 
Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R, Billardand G. A. . Caft editors. Aquacu/ture 1 29( 1 -4):'l 2 S-4 2 ' ) . 1 G 
FR 40{3) 

jlnst. Ichlhyobiol. & Aquacull. PAS, Golysz, 43-520 Chybie, Poland) Cypr/nus carpfo. 

95-004597 Robinson, Edwin H. and Meng H. Li. CATFISH NUTRITION PART I; NUTRIENTS ANL> FEE 
Aquacull Mag. 21(3):44-53. 1995. FR 40(3) , 

Ictafurus punctatus. ;. . . '; : ;;-;/' . s - '.'.' ' 

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1 25(41:964-969. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

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(Inst Tieremaehrung, Univ. Bonn, D-531 13 Bonn, Germany! 

9,00460, Rode ..... scord M , Becker and Pn JEFFEO ; OF A ^^^^ 
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an Ocean Univ., Kec,un S , Taiwan 2 02, 

5 ,004608 Shim, K. F. and 5. 1. On* iRON REQUiREMENT OF THE GUPPY (POO* M7WJMM PET! 
I AnuariciAlJual. Sci. 6(2):33-40. 1992. FR 40(3) 

[Dep Zool, Nail. Univ. Sin 8 apore, Lower Kenl RlrJ 8 e Rd., Sin B apore 051 1 ] 

95.004609 Shlmeno, Sadao; Driss Kheyyali and Takalurnl SIAala. METABOUC I RESPONSE TO DIET 
r-ABRnHvnRATF TO PROTEIN RATIOS IN CARP. Fsh. Sci. 61 2):277-281. 1995. hK 4U(J] 
CA (Ub i^uu,?ac [A o3l Univ., Monobe, Nankoku, KodH 783, Japan] Cyprus carpfo. 
95-0046.0 Sor fi eloos, P. and J. A. Beardmore. CORRECT TAXONOM1C IDENTIFICATION OF AW 
SPECIES. Aquacu/I, Res. 26(2):1 47. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
{Anemia Ref. Cent., Univ. Ghent, Belgium! 



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AquacuJlure 132(3,4):273-283. 1995. FR 40(3} 

lAquacult. Dep, Southeast Asian Fish. Dev. Cent., Tigbauan, lloilo, Philippines] 

,5-00461 2 Tacor, Albert C. ). FEED INGREDIENTS ; FOB 'CARNIVOROUS ,SH J^ TERNWWES T 
FISH MEAL AND OTHER FISHERY RESOURCES. FAO Fish Ore. No. 881. 35p. 1994. FK 4U{JJ 



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95-004614 Thompson, Skip. FEED SIZES FOR TROUT. Aquacuft. Mag. 21(1):22-24. 1995, FR 40(3) 

95-004615 Watanabe, Takeshi and Masahiro Oht, DICESTIBLE AND MO^BLE ENEBGY OF 
VARIOUS DIETS FOR CARP AND RAINBOW TROUT, foj. So, 61 (2): V 5-222. 1 995^ R 40[3) ^ 

[Lab. Fish Nutr., Tokyo Univ. Fish., Konan, Minalo, Tokyo 108, Japan] Cypnnus carpto d nu 
my kiss. . . ,,, 

95-004616 Webster. C. D, L. S. Coodgame-Tl^ 

SOY BEAN MEAL, WITH VARIOUS PERCENTAGES OF SUPPLEMENTAL L -^H'ON1N^ IN UlL 
CATFISH, ICTALURUS FURCATUS (LESUEUR). Aquacuft. Res. 26(5):299-306. 1995. FK 4U(J) 
[Aquacull. Res. Cent., Ky. Stale Univ., Frankfort 406011 

95-004617 Webster.CariD.UuraG.TIujJ^ 

OF DIETARY PROTEIN AND LIPID LEVELS ON GROWTH AND BODY COMPOS HUN i ^ * 

(MORONE CHRYSOPS X M. 5AXATJUS) REARED IN CAGES, Aquacu/iure 1 31 (3,4).291-30 1 . 1 J J J. 

(Aquacull. Res. Cenl., Ky. State Univ., Frankfort 40601 ] 
95-004618 WolnickUandW.GornyXONTROLLEDREARINGOF,^^ 

UVE FOOD AND DRY FEED. The Carp. Proceedings of (he S^^^' (U "SM2!{ 6 . ig 
Budapest, Hungary, 64 September 1993. R. Bitted and G. A. Ga/f, editors. >.> -; 



_ . ,, 
(Pond Fish. Dep v Inland Fish. Inst., Zabieniec, 05-500 Piaseczno, Poland] 

95-004619 Wolnlcki, ). and W, Corny. SUITABILITY OF JWC ; COMMERCIAL DRY 

REARING OF LARVALTENCH (TINCA T/NCA L.) UNDER CONTROLLED COND ' T '^:beM W 1 K. ffi 

Hunai fr9 September UJ.i. 



REARING OF LARVAT . be 

of the Second AquacuJture-Sponsored Symposium, HeW in Budapest Hungaiy, fr9 September 
and G. A. E. Gafl, editors. Aquacufture 129(1-4):256-258. 1 995, FR 40(3) 
[Pond fish. Dep., Inland Fish. Insl., Zabieniec, 05-500 Piaseczno, Poland] 

95-004620 WolnicW, |. and W. Corny. SURVIVAL AND GROWTH OF LARVAL JND JUVENILE 
(BARBUS BARBUS L) REARED UNDER CONTROLLED CONDITIONS. The ^^^"X.'l^.^ 
AqwacuJture-Sponjored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. itiliaru nnu 
editors. A^uacuJcure 1 29(1 -4):258-259. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

IPond Fish. Dep., Inland Fish. Inst., Zabieniec, 05-500 Piaseczno, Poland) 

95-004621 Yamamoto,TakeshiandToshioAkiyama.EFFECTOFCARBOXYMETHYLCELaJLOSl : ; J 
AND WHEAT GLUTEN INCORPORATED IN DIETS AS BINDERS ON GROWTH, FEED bl-l-li. ^J 
DIGESTIVE ENZYME AQIVITY OF F1NGERLING JAPANESE FLOUNDER, fish. Sci. &1(2):.HW-. 1 

. Seel., Inland Stn., Natl. Res. Inst. Aquacull., Tamaki, Mie 519-04, Japan] Parallchlltys oriv.it 'o* 



95-004622 Zoccarato, I.; L. Gasco; S. Leveroni Calvi; R. Forlina; M. L. Bianchini and X. Rollin. EFI E 
DIETARY AVOPARCIN ON PERFORMANCES AND CARCASS COMPOSITION IN RAINBf >W T 
ONCORHYNCHUS MYKJSS (WALBAUM). Aquacuft. Res, 26(5):361-366. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Dip. Sci. Zootecniche, Via Genova 6, 101 26 Torino, Italy] 

TRANSPORTING FISH 

05-004623 Ghosh, Tapan K. and Keshav Khha. PACKING AND LONG DISTANCE TRANSPORTATI 
CERTAIN LIVE AIR-BREATHING TELEOSTS FROM INDIA. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr, No. 1 24 . p. 9 
FR 40{3) 

[Dep. Zool., Bhagalput Univ., Bhagalpur-81 2 007, India] Heteropneustes fossifis, Anabas 
Chan/ta punctata. 



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^ 

Calif, Davis 35 6,6. ,^,6.752.8650; ,ax: 51 6- 7 52,,54| 
, Herb., R. ,F CAN CAN, YOU CAN, TOO. Trap. , Hobby* 43|9):212-225. , W . 



FR 40(3) 

Symphysoclan. 

95-004627 BriUan, Martin R. SNAKEHEADS: VICIOUS BUT FASCINATING. Trop. Fish Hobbyist 43(9):74.|W. 
1995. FR -10(3) 

Ctoanna. 

95-004628 Ellas, ]aroslav. THE CLOW LIGHT TETRA, HEMKXAMMUS ERYTHROZONUS. Trop, Fish I h,l,J,yM 
43(10):8B-94. 1995. FR 40(3) 

95-004629 Finley, Lee. BAOWCHTHV5 AMCRAOlN7HUS:THE BLACK LANCER CATFISH. Trop. Fish MW.yM 
43(10):134-139. 1995. FR 40(3) 

95-004630 Hun., P. D. THE VAMPIRE CANARY. Trop. Fish Hobby/si 43(9)32-36. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

Me/acanlftus ova/uensi's. 
95-004631 Hunt, Philip. THE SOCIABLE SURGEON. Trop. fish Hobbyfal 43(1 0):54-67. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

Paracant/iurus hepatus. 

95-004632 Krechmer, Michael. THE LABYRINTH TRIGGERFISH, PSEUDOBAUSTES MSCUS. Tro,,, IM, 
Hobfayisl 43(9);38-43. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

95-004633 Prasek, Edward D. MICRO & SLIME ALGAE: ARE THEY DRIVING YOU CRAZY TOO! Tm/ , IM, 
Hobbyist 43(10):3tM7. 1995. FR 40(3) 

95-004634 Schrey, Wolfram Chr. LIFE WITH OSCAR. Trop. Fish Hobbyist 43(9):1 1 6-1 9. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

Astronotus ocetfatus. 

95-004635 Shu.e, ]. R. and John Tullock. CHEMICAL AND PHYS.CAL PARAMETERS OF TROPICAL SI AS, 
PART 5- TEMPERATURE. Trop. Fish Hobbyist 43(10) ; 60-72. 1995. FR 40(3) 
95-004636 Smith, Stephen). A OOSER LOOK ATTHEVBLTAILGOLDFISH. Trop. fiihHobbyfc.43(IO) ! 2J-.'4 

1 995. FR 40(3) 

Carassius auratus. 
95-004637 Vierke, Jorg. PURRING PYGMY GOURAMIS. Trop. Fish Hobbyist 43(10)06.102. 199S. FK 4111 1| 

Tric/iopiis pumi/us. 
95-004638 Volkart, Bill. SPINY EELS "DIG" AQUARIUMS. Trop. Fish Hobbyta 43(9):20.28. . 995. FR 4()( I) 

95-004639 West, Patricia ). and Charles Lydeard. THE FABULOUS FOUR-EYED FISH. Trop. Fish 
43(10):196-200. 1995. FR 40(3) 

Anableps. 

95-004640 White, Steve. PLANTING THE AFRICAN BIOTOPE AQUARIUM. Trop, fish 
43(1 0}:1 04-1 08. 1995. FR 40(3) 
95-004641 White, Steve, SOME AFRICAN KILLIES. Trop. Ffsh Hobbyfct 43(9):1 20-1 24. 1 995. FR 40(3) 



aT.^ 

Aqtncult. Mag. 21(2):64-70. 1995. FR 40(3) 
(La. State Univ., Baton Rouge 70803] 

FR 40(3) 2J 



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K m NE US CULTURE TECHN 'Q UES AND EQUIPMENT (Continued) 

^^ 

|BC Environ., 2-780 Blanshard St., Victoria, BC, Canada V8V 1X4] 
95'004644 Boyd Claude F mrt M' h I c c t, 

VOLUME OF CHANNEL CATFISH POwn FFFI n IS?' I *]! W ES T IMPROVE QUALITY AND REOUH 
FR40(3) rwMucri-Lutmi.Am. frsft. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 124. p. 24,1991 

Fish. & Ailed Aquacult, Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849. (61:805-844-4078] /ctohin/j pwKSalw. 

^VS^ F ' Schwarl2 " FEASIBILITY OF MEASURING 

- No. 124. p. 23. 1994. FR 140(3) HEAD 'SPACE PARTIAL PRESSURES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Mm 

(Auburn Univ., Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacult,, Auburn, AL 36849. tel:20S.844-4075| 



id Tom E. Schwedler. SCALE-UP OF THF PAkTiTifiNin 

riiricT in! "F"' "r, HSh - S C - AnnU - Meei Abstr ' N ' ] 24 ' P' 1 07-108 1 99^ FR 40(3) 
). Agnc. & Biol. Eng., Clemson Univ., Clemson, SC 29631 ] 

- -.-.L, R ,,uwAN D D?EDIM D FSnw d /^ SUSPENDED PARTICLE REMOVAL to 

F R 40(3) "^N AND S-EDIMENTATIONMrn. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 1 03-104. 1994 

P. Civil & Environ. Eng., La. State Univ., Baton Rouge 70803. (61:504-388-8549] 



? Z NE CRtTERIA ON THE DESIGN OP OZWE 



MONITORING- MWHOn^nr^rA^^n^^ Herve Char tis. MARINE AQUACUITURE EFFLUENT 
PHOSPHORUS EXCRETION RYFKM/ Af ACH TO THE EVALUATION OF NITROGEN AND 
^^W^^^j^* 






IMPACT o F O H ZONAT!ON ON BioTouuNHS A PF^ er; Graham L Bullock and ' ohn M ' "<*>*" 

Anw. Meei Abslr. No. 1 24. M9-20. 1 994 ? R 7o(3) AQUACULTURE SYSTEM. Am, Fish Son 

3. tel;304-876-28JS] 



FORMALIN BY A FLUIDIZED-BED Rinni wo ; Awl? a n C ' N b ' e and )ose P h D ' Morton - TOLERANCE TO 

Dcr -">r. ,. ., -V piuriLitK AND RAINBOW TROUT ONCORHYNCHUS MWSS IN A 

quacu/l. Soc. 26(1 ):6S-71.T 995. FR 40(3} 
herdstown, WV 25443] 



E^ITflT? TRANSFER ' AND CONTROL CONSIDERATIONS INTHf 
a, h.ta*^^^^*^- N-- 124 " P' 1* I** ^ R (3 

- J.Z S ^ S^Jwr A" d C w hris ' S0m ' OXYCEN 'NJECTTON USING STATIC 
.La. Stale Univ., Baton Rouge 708037505. teEToiSsw , S3] 24 ' P ' "' ' " 4- FR 40(3) 
95-004655 Lee, Phillip G A RFVIFW nc 

DESIGN CRITERIA FOR THEIR IMPUMENTATlS!!^ < r O P MTR t- SYSTEMS FOR AQUACULTURE AND 
(Mar. Biomed. lns(, Univ. Tex. Med Branch im M " "f 14 ( 3 ) :2 5'227. 1995. FR 40(3) 
-004656 Ub^n^-cc^^ 

SYSTEM, An 



NITRIFICATION FOR AQUACULTURt 
.lel:916-752-2780] 

JUU nnu W, C J h ? F k , REACTOR CONFIGURATION ON 

- 555 W. Haslings Si., Vancouver RP r ^ ^' 124 ' p ' 22 " ! 994 ' FR 40(3) 
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6B 5G3. tel:604.666.3520| 

PR 40(3) 

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95-004659 Malone, Ronald F.; Douglas G. Drennan II and Riazul Mia. SIMPLIFIED SIZING PROCEDURES 
FOR THE BEAD FILTERS USED IN HIGH DENSITY AQUACULTURE RECIRCULATING SYSTEMS. Am. Fish, Sor 
Annu. Meet. Abstr. No, 1 24. p. 1 06. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[La. Slate Univ., Dep. Civil & Environ. Eng., 3508 CEBA Bldg., Baton Rouge 70803-6405. lel:504-388-866(.| 

95-004660 Owsley, David E. THE USE OF CLINOPTILOLITE IN FISH HATCHERIES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet 
Abstr. No. 124. p. 25. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Dworshak Natl. Fish Hatchery, P.O. Box 18, Ahsahka, ID 83520-00111 
tel:208-476-4591] 

95-004661 Prilutzky, A.; V. Birkan and S. Appelbaum. A SELF-CLEANING DEVICE FOR OUTLET SCREENS IN 
FISH REARING TANKS. Aquacult. 5/if,'. 14(3):2B1-2B8. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Aquacult. Unit, Jacob Blaustein Inst. Desert Res., Ben-Gurion Univ. Negev, Sede-Boker Campus, fJ4')'H} 
Israel] Cyprifius carpio. 

95-004662 Rosati, Ronald; David Hinrichs; James Webb and Patrick Foley. CHARACTERIZATION OF A 
VERTICAL SCREEN BIOLOGICAL FILTER USED FOR THE PRODUCTION OF OREOCHROMIS NIIOTICUS IN 
A MODIFIED RED EWALD STYLE RECIRCULATING SYSTEM. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1(17. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Agric, 5020 III. State Univ., Normal 61790-5020. tel:309-438-B550] 

95-004663 Rusch, Kelly A. and Ronald F. Malone. COa-OFF GAS GENERATED WITHIN RECIRCULATINd 
SYSTEMS USED TO ENHANCE MICROALGAL PRODUCTION. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr, No. liM, 
p. 22-23, 1994. FR 40(3) 

(La. State Univ., Dep. Civil & Environ. Eng., 3508 CEBA Bldg., Baton Rouge 70803-6405. tel:504-388-8f)(i(,| 

95-004664 Semmcns, Michael J.; Drew Johnson and Charles Gantzer. PERFORMANCE STUDIES ON A l.< )W 
HEAD MEMBRANE OXYGENATOR. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 20-21. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Univ. Minn., Dep. Civil & Mineral Eng., 500 Pillsbury Dr. S.E., Minneapolis 55455-0220. tel:61 2-625-!)8.'i7| 

95-004665 Summerfelt, Steven T,; Amy L. Weber; John M. Heinen, Joseph A, Hankins and Joseph D. Morliin, 
OZONE AS A FILTER AID. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24, p. 1 8-1 9. 1994, FR 40(3) 

[Conserv, Fund's Freshwater Inst., P.O. Box 1 746, Shepherdstown, WV 25443. tel:304-876-281 5] 

95-004666 Summerfelt, Steven T.; Amy L, Weber; John M. Heinen and Joseph A. Hankins. OXONI' 
CONTACTING WITHIN A LOW HEAD OXYGENATOR. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 20. 1 'I'M, 
FR 40(3) 

[Conserv. Fund's Freshwater Inst., P.O. Box 1 746, Shopherdstown, WV 25443. lcl:304-876-281 5] 

95-004667 Tucker, Craig S. and James A. Steeby. DAYTIME MECHANICAL WATER MIXING OF CHANNIJ 
CATFISH PONDS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 24. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Miss. State Univ., Delta Res. & Ext. Cent., Box 197, Stoneville 30776. tel:601-&86-931 1 ] ktalwus piincli\tu\. 

95-004668 Wagner, Eric ).; Thomas Bosakowski and Scott A. Miller. EVALUATION OF THE ABSORPTK IN 
EFFICIENCY OF THE LOW HEAD OXYGENATION SYSTEM. Aquacult. Eng. 14(1);49-57. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Fish. Exp. Sin., Div. Wildl. Resour., 1 465 West 200 North, Logan, UT 8432 1 ] 

95-004669 Watten, Barnaby J. and William J. Ridge. MODIFICATION OF A SPRAY TOWER f'OK 
CONCURRENT COMMERCIAL OXYGEN ADDITION, NITROGEN STRIPPING, AND CARBON 1310X1(11 
STRIPPING. Am. F/s/i. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 124. p. 21. 1994. FR 40(3} 

[Nail. Fish. Res. & Dev. Lab,, Nail. Biol. Surv,, R.D. #4, Box 63, Wcllsboro, PA 16901. tcl:717-724-3.'l22] 

95-004670 Walten, Barnaby ). and Daniel V. O'Connor. COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE OF A I'ULSII) 

FLUIDIZED BED BIOLOGICAL FILTER. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 106-107. 1994. FR 40( I) 

[Natl. Fish. Res. & Dev. Lab., Nail. Biol. Surv., R.D. #4, Box 63, Wellsboro, PA 16901 . tel:71 7-724-3.1221 

95-004671 Westers, Harry. THE USE OFCONDUITS AS PLUG-FLOW FISH REARING UNITS IN SERIAL RI4 tSI 
DESIGN. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 24-25. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Aquacult, Bioeng. Corp., P.O. Box 8, Rives Junction, Ml 49277. tel:5 1 7-569-3474] 

95-004672 Wheaion, Fred. COMPARISON OF THREE SOLIDS REMOVALMETHODS FOR REClRCULATlNt i 
AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 104. 1994. FR 40(1) 
[Agric, Eng. Dep., Univ. Md., College Park 20742. te!:301-405-1 189J 

PHYSICAL LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY 

95-004673 Lisle, Tom. FINE SEDIMENT IN POOLS: AN INDEX OF MOBILE SEDIMENT SUPPLY. Proceeding 
of the Conference on Decomposed Cranetic Soils: Problems and Solutions. October 21-23, 1992, Redding, 
California. Sari Sommerstrom, editor. Klamath River Fish. Resour. Off. Publ. 92 (E-1 1 ):230. 1 993. Poster abstract 
only. FR 40(3) 

(U.S. For. Serv., Redwood Sci. Lab., Arcata, CA 95521 ] 

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1 H h a i Z ? Dee - TEG J ES FOR SPERM-EGC CONTACT DURING EXTERNAL FERTILISATION* 
rrfh nr Sic* r TT 6 /?' Pf0ceed " 1 ^ of an International Fish Physiology Symposium HeM m l > 
FR40(3) '" '" VanCOWer ' Canada,/^ JW/, J994. Don D. Mac Wri/ayT editor, p. 



miS'' n L V - Bi in ShV Birmingham B15 2TT, England] tel:+44 21414 5406; fax:+44 21 
e-niail.damanzc@uk.ac.bham] Barbus conchonlus and Danro rerio. 



L R SSe " and Lisa ' A ' Loren2 - NEURONAL DIFFERENTIATION^ 
r wr n F REGENERAT < N C SPINAL CORD OF THE ADULT TCLEOr 
. Cell Tissue Res. 278{2):243-248 1 994 FR 40(3) 
|Dep. Anal. & Neumbiol., Colo. State Univ., Fort Collins 80523] 

MUSa 6 E 7 OF A^l Fn r^u^^o^^' E FUNCTI NAL MORPHOLOGY OF THE RETRACTOR LENTi 
SenSL^foS H ' A$JRONOrUS CRWTU5 - Ca "- '- 2oo/ - "tl l):1880.iaB6. .994. fn n^ 
(School OplDmetry, Univ. Watwloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada N2L 3G 1 1 

?N"SERTOI i rn^n I^n^ Fraile; Maria P ' 1Z de Mi s ucl ancl Ricardo Pania su a . 

1 995 i FR 1 403 MOSQUITO FISH (CAMBU5M /\ff/N/S HOLBROOKI). Anat. Rec. 



1 995 i FR 1 40(3) 

[Paniagua: D B p. Cell Biol. & Genet., Univ. Alcala de Henares, E-28871 Alcala de Henares (Madrid), 



THYMUSOFTHF B -n d Juan A ' Q uesada - PRESENCE OF INTERDIGITATING CEILS ^ 

FR 40(3) BASS ' D/CE N7R^CHUS MS/MX L. (TELEOST). ;, Morpho/. 224(2):199-203. 1955 

IQuesada: Dep. Biol. Cel., Fac. Biol., Univ. Murcia, E-30100 Murcia, Spain.) 



/cr- 3nd G " C ' Mosbach ^ [EMBRYONIC RESPIRATORY ORGANS 0- 
German FR 3 (COTTIDAE; TELEOSTEI).) Verh. Disch. Zoo/. Ces. No, 87.1. ,, 71. l<mh 



IZool. U.niv, Saarlandes, Postfach 151 150, 66041 Saarbruecken, Germany] 

F COMPHOBLENNIUS CALERKA (LINNAEUS 

*lSSJ ^.R S?7 HETRIBES PARABLENNIINI AND SALARIINI (PISCES: BLE 
4(l/2):47.58. 1994. In German with English summ FR 40(3) 



LBACKVrlS^^ 7 ARM R STRUC TURES IN LAKE POPUIATIONS OF THE 
SiaLI^ir 7 ^ 5 ^"^ FROM C OOK 'NLET, ALASKA. PiQgnm ^ 
ML5. Ore 54:2& 992 FR ^ Conference ''- ^P' 29-M^ /, 1 992. Cordon C. lucker, editor. N. V. Sl* 



uJiSF h ?nv re ^,?,?. menld - TURNING RADIUS OF YELLOWFIN 

FR40(3) UNSTEADY SWIMMING MANOEUVRES. /. Fish Biol. 4G(3);53G-53fi. 1593. 

IDep. Zool., Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada V6T 1 Z4| 

OF VERTEBRAL FUSION PATTERNS IN COHO SAtMOS. 



PRESERVATION ON UROCtNITM 
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95-004687 Elger, Marlies; Hartmul Hentschel and Rolf K. H. Kinne. THE PROXIMAL TUOULE OF THE WINTER 
FLOUNDER, PSEUDOPLEURONECTM AMEKICANUS, AS REVEALED BY MICRODISSECTION AND 
QUANTITATIVE HISTOLOGY. Bull. Ml. Desert 1st. Biol. Lab. Vol. 34. p. 97-98. 1995. FR 40{3) 
[Inst. Anat. & Zellbiol. I, Univ. D-691 20 Heidelberg, Germany] 

95-004688 Elliott, N. G.; K. Haskarcl and J. A. Koslow. MORPHOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF ORANGE ROUGHY 
(HOPLOSTETHUS ATLANTICUS) OFF THE CONTINENTAL SLOPE OF SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA. / Fish Biol 
46(2):202-220. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[CSIRODiv. Fish., GPO Box 1538, Hobart, Tasm. 7001, Australia! 

95-004689 Emel'yanova, N. G, ULTRASTRUCTURE OF PREVITELLOGENOUS OOCYCTES OF 
ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS. I. Ichthyol. 34(B);140-14G. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Biol., Moscow Slate Univ., Moscow, Russia] 

95-004690 Finn, James E.; Carl V. Burger and Leslie Holland-Bartels. OTOLITH MICROSTRUCTURE AND 
ELEMENTAL COMPOSITION ANALYSIS TO DISCRIMINATE SUBPOPULATIONS OF ALASKAN SOCKEYE 
SALMON.Oncorftync/ius nerka. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 50. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[U.S. Nail. Biol, Surv., Fish & Wildl, Res. Cent., 1011 E. Tudor Rd., Anchorage, AK 99503. tel:907-786-3480; 
e-mail :r8afwrc@niail. fws.gov| 

95-004691 Fujila, Kiyoshi. [DEVELOPMENT OF CAUDAL SKELETON IN THE CICHLID FISH, TILAPIA 
SPARRMANII.} I. Tokyo Univ. Fish 81 (1 ):47-55. 1 994. In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(3) 
[Lab. Aquat. Biol., Tokyo Univ. Fish., 5-7 Konan 4, Minato-ku, Tokyo 1 08, Japan] 

95-004692 Geri, G,; P. Lupi; G. Parisi; M. Dell'Agnello; A. Martini and M. P. Ponzelta. MORPHOLOGICAL 
CHARACTERISTICS AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF MUSCLE IN THE MIRROR CARP (CYPRINUS 
CARPIO VAR. SPKULARIS) AS INFLUENCED BY BODY WEIGHT. Tftc Carp. Proceedings of the Second 
Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993.R. Billed and G. A. E, Call, 
editors. Aquacultute 129(1-4):323-327, 1 995. FR 40(3) 

(Dip. Sci. Zootecniche, Univ. Firenze, Via delle Cascine 5, 50144 Florence, Italy] 

95-004693 Henderson, Vernon. RELATIONSHIP OFTHE TUBULAR SYSTEM WITH OTHER ORGANELLES IN 
CHLORIDE CELLS OF THE CHANNEL CATFISH, ICTAIURUS PUNCTATUS. }. Morphol. 224(1}:31-45. 1995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., Troy Stale Univ., Dothan, AL 36303] 

95-004694 Hentschel, H. and M. Elger. STRUCTURAL BASIS FOR RECYCLING OF UREA BY THE KIDNEY OF 
MARINE CHONDRICHTHYES. Verh. Dtsch. Zoo/, Ges. No. 87.1 . p. 86. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Max-Planck-lnst. Mol. Physio!., D-44026 Dortmund, Germany] 

95-004695 Jakubowski, M.; L. Halama and K. Zuwala. GILL RESPIRATORY AREA IN THE PELAGIC SCULPINS 
OF LAKE BAIKAL, COTTOCOMEPHORUS INERMIS AND C GREWINGKt (COTTIDAE). Acta Zoo/. (Stockh.) 
76(2);167-170. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Jaglellonian Univ., Inst. Zool., Krakow, Poland] 

95-004696 Kelley, Sharon. PIGMENTATION, SQUAMATION AND THE OSTEOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT 
OF LARVAL AND JUVENILE GRAY ANGELFISH, POMACANTHUS ARCUATUS (POM ACANTHI DAE: PISCES). 
Bull. Mar. Sd. 56(3):826-848. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[NOAA, NMFS, Southeast Fish. Sci. Cent., 75 Virginia Beach Dr., Miami, FL 33149, 
e-mail;sharon_kelley@ccgale,ssp.nmfs,gov] 

95-004697 Kelsch, Steven W. PATTERNS OF MORPHOMETRIC VARIATION IN THE CHANNEL AND 
HEADWATER CATFISHES. Tram. Am. Fish. Soc. 124(2):272-279. 1995, FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Biol., Univ. N.D., Grand Forks 50202] /cfa/urus punclalus and /. lupus in Texas, New Mexico, and 
Mexico. 

95-004698 Kraiem, M. M. [ANALYSIS OF MORPHOMETRIC AND MERISTIC VARIABILITY IN BARBUS 
CALLENSIS POPULATIONS (PISCES, CYPRINIDAE) FROM TUNISIA.] Table Ronde Barbus II. Papers from the 
Colloquium, Liege, Belgium, 6-Bluly 1993. Patrick Bcrrebi and Pascal Poncin, organizers. Bull. Fr. PechePiscic. No. 
334. p. 201-21 2, In French with English summ. FR 40(3) 

|Lab. Hydroecol., Dep. Biol., Fac. Sci. Tunis, Campus Univ., 1 060 Tunis, Tunisia] 

95-004699 Kramer, Donald L and Michael J. Bryant. INTESTINE LENGTH IN THE FISHES OF A TROPICAL 
STREAM: 1 . ONTOGENETIC ALLOMETRY. Environ. Biol. Fishes 42(2):} 1 5-127. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., McGlll Unlv,, 1 205 Docteur Penfield Ave,, Montreal, PQ, Canada H3A 1 B1 ] Data for 21 species 
in Panama. 

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9*5 0047(lf) dfr-i n i i 

croc A/* n r. ,^ uonald L- and Michael J. Bryant. INTESTINE LENGTH IN THE FISHES OF A TRfW- 

STREAM: 2. RELATIONSHIP, rn H.FT. rue ,^.,. ,,.. . CONVOLUTED ISSUE finSTl' 



2 5 D CteUr Penfield Ave " Montreal ' PO -< Canada H2A 1 B1 1 Data for 2 1 ^ 

OF?REELY SWIMir SSl? f^n^?'^ 1 )' I STRUCTURE AND ENERGETICS OFTHE VORTEXSTHF 
I7nnl ln, n ? ^ ES '' to/1 Dtsc/t ' Z '' G - No. 87.1. p, 101. 1994. In German. FR 40(3) 
IZool. Inst. Univ. Saarlandes, D-66123 Saarbnrecken, Germany] Oncorhynchvs mykiss and AtagJcepfc'-'- 



o No 8 7Kpo canFR40( 

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Ludwig J nas ' CEl -LULAR AND EPITHELIAL ADJUSTMENF5T: 

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[Dep. Zool, Oreg. Slale Univ., Cordley Hall 3029, Corvallis 97331-2914] 

(SSmroS STRUCTURE OF THE EXOCRINE PANCREAS OF fLOUM* 

DIGESTIVET^rT^^ LOCALIZATION OF ZYMOGEN GRANULES IN TK 

INrnl 1,1 P N ? ^I-TRYPSINOGEN ANTIBODY. /. Fish Biol. 46(2):292-301. 1 995. FR 40(3} 
NiiU. D,v., Nail. Res. Inst. Aquaculi., Fish. Agency, Nansei, Mei 51 6-01, Japan] 



CENTRAL PART IN 
summ. FR 40(3) UNtLA BY SEM 'I ^ar. Sa. (Qmgdao) 1 994(6):CO-62. 1994. In ChinesB vvilh fn 

[Inst. Oceanol., Chinese Acad. Sci., Qingdao 266071, China] 

MORPHOL 1 S? : R ' atld Billard; Vlastimil Slechta afld Ekatherlne V. 

FERT LIZA N OF CAR P EGGS: A REVIEW. The Carp, 



Rsh ' An S ers Univ, CHRU, F^9033 Angers Cedex 01, Franc C ] Cypfa 






WTEOMSftAXMPoS-US I WMn 7 OF THE WVIMBLADDER IN LARVAE OF THE JAPANESEStA B.VJ 
FR40(3) * ^ CU5 ' |N ' Ppon5u/!anCafefca '''6l(2):143-150,277.1995.ln]apan e sewilhEnBli i h S i>n-. 

Miba Prefect. Fish Farming Cent, Hamakafcuura, Katsuura, Chiba 299-57, Japan] 

^^ A| f"sa Garcia-Ayala. RETICULO-ENDOTHEIL'. 

STRUQUR^ ANrJcnTHEM^^^ 
p. Cri Bio,., Fac. Bio,., ZS ReC - "1(3*0*309. ' 5. FR 40(3) 



Ueda and Kazu y ri Ya ^ada. CARBOHYDRATE 

.SSDIEDBVFlFrSnl?;!!^ FISH MASTACEMBELUS MNCAIV. 
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oCS^S^ OF BLUE WHITING. Advances in Fish Scton 

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95-004713 Narayanan, K. and A. A. Khan. ELECTRON MICROSCOPIC STUDIES ON THE RETINAL 

PHOTORECEPTORSOFTHE SPOTTED SNAKEHEAD,CHAWWAPUNa/\TL/S./. fish flio/. 46(3)-541-544 1995 
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|Dep. Zool., Aligarh Muslim Univ., Aligarh-202 002, India] 

95-004714 Park, Yong-Seok; Yasunori Sakurai; Kohji Nda; Toyorni Takahashi and Mitsuhiro S<ino (VARIATION 
IN THE WEIGHT OF THE DRUMMING MUSCLES OF WALLEYE POLLOCK WITH SEX, SEXUAL MATURITY 
AND SEASON.} Bull. Fac. Fish. Hokkaido Univ. 45(4):1 13-11 9. 1994. In Japanese with English siimm. FR 40(3)' 
[Lab. Instrument Eng. Fishing, Fac. Fish,, Hokkaido Univ., Japan] 

95-004715 Parpoora, I. Z. [A COMPARATIVE MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION OF 
THE SALMONID FISH HUCHO PERRYI (BREVOORT) FROM NORTHERN PRIMORYE.] {Biology of Shelf and 
Anadromous Fish Species. Collection of Scientific Papers.} V. N. tvankov, editor. Mar. Biol (Vladivostok) Supnl 
p, 39-46. 1990. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3} 

95-004716 Ravaglia, M. A. and M. C. Maggese. MELANO-MACROPHAGE CENTRES IN THE GONADS OF 
THE SWAMP EEL, SYNBRANCHUS MARMORA7US BLOCH, (PISCES, SYNBRANCHIDAEV HISTOLOGICAL 
AND HISTOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION. /. Fish Dis. 1 8(2): 1 1 7-1 25. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Malabia 2089, (1425) Buenos Aires, Argentina) 

95-00471 7 Richter, Martha and Moya Smith. A MICROSTRUCTURAL STUDY OF THE GANOINE TISSUE OF 
SELECTED LOWER VERTEBRATES. Zool. ), Linn. Soc. 1 1 4(2):1 73-2 1 2. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Smith: Div.Anat.A Cell Biol., U.M.D.S., Guy's Hospital, London SE1 9RT, England! PolypterusandLepisosleus. 

95-004718 Robinson, Bercn W. and David Sloan Wilson. EXPERIMENTALLY INDUCED MORPHOLOGICAL 
DIVERSITY IN TRINIDADIAN GUPPIES (POEOLIA RE7ICULAJA). Copeia 1995(2):294-305. 1995. FR 40(3) 
|Dep. Biol. Set., Binghatnlon Univ., Btnghamton, NY 13902-6000] 

95-004719 Ruban, G. I. and A. I. Panaioticli. A COMPARATIVE MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF 
SUBSPECIES OF THE SIBERIAN STURGEON AOPENSER BAERI S7ENORRHYNCHUS AND A BAERI CHATYS 
(ACIPENSERIDAE) OF THE YENISEY AND LENA RIVERS. /. khlhyol. 34(8):5B-71 . 1 994. FR 40(3} 
|lnst. Evol, Morphol. & Anim. Ecol., Russian Acad. Sci., Moscow, Russia] 

95-004720 Sadovy, Yvonne and Terry ). Donaldson. SEXUAL PATTERN OF NEOCIRRHITES ARMATUS 
(CIRRHITIDAE) WITH NOTES ON OTHER HAWKFISH SPECIES. Environ. Biol. Fishes 42(21:143-150. 1995. 
FR 40{3) 

[Dep. Zool., Univ. Hong Kong, Pok Fu Lam Rd., Hong Kong] Cirrhitichlliys oxycephalus, C. aprimts, and C 
falco. 

95-004721 Sakurai, Makolo and Noritaka Mochioka. OTOLITH MICROSTRUCTURE OF THE EMBRYO OF 
THE VIVIPAROUS JAPANESE SURFPERCH DITREMA 7EMMINCKI (EMBIOTOCIDAE). fish. Sci. 61(2):351-352. 
1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish., Fac. Agric, Kyushu Univ., Hakozaki, Fukuoka 81 2, Japan] 

95-004722 Saudov, Y. S. and G. M. Magomyedov, editors. [COMPARATIVE MORPHOLOGICAL 
FUNDAMENTALS OF TROUT AND CASPIAN SALMON SYSTEMATICS.] Akad. Nauk USSR (Moscow) 96p. 
1989. In Russian. FR 40(3} 

Sa/mo sa/ar, 5. trutta trutta, S. t. labrax, and 5. I, caspius in Russia. 

95-004723 Sitizyo, Kiitiro; Takashi Takeuchi; Minoru Suzuki; Fukunishi Kalsuhlro; Toshiyuki Saito and Zenzou 
Tanaka. [MORPHOLOGICAL AND HEMATOLOGICAL STUDIES IN CRUCIAN CARPS FROM LAKE KOYAMA.] 
Bull. fac. Agric. Tottori Univ. Vol. 47. p. 1 75-1 81 . 1 994. In Japanese wilh English summ. FR 40(3) 
(Dep. Vet. Physiol., Fac. Agric., Tottori Univ., Tottori 680, Japan| Carassius carassius in Japan. 

95-004724 Siverson, Mikael. REVISION OF THE DANIAN COW SHARKS, SAND TIGER SHARKS, AND 
GORLIN SHARKS (HEXANCHIDAE, ODONTASPIDIDAE, AND MITSUKURINIDAE) FROM SOUTHERN 
SWEDEN./ Verlebr. Paleontol. 15(1):H2. 1995. FR 40(3} 

(Dep. Hist. Geol. & Palaeontol,, Lund Univ., Solvcgatan 1 3, S-223 62 Lund, Sweden] Hexanchus, Hepiranchias, 
Notorynchus, and Qdontaspis, 

95-004725 Skinner, K. M. and K. M. Peregrim. BLACK BLOTCH LARGEMOUTH BASS IN THE HUDSON 
RIVER. Program and Abstracts, T/ic New York Natural History Conference III, April 13-April W, 1994. Gordon C. 
Tucker, editor, p. 44. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Russell Sage Coll., Troy, NY 12180] Micropterus salmoides in New York. 

95-004726 Smith, S. A.; T. Caceci; H. E.-S. Marei and H. A. EI-Habback. OBSERVATIONS ON RODLET CELLS 
FOUND IN THE VASCULAR SYSTEM AND EXTRAVASCULAR SPACE OF ANGELFISH (PTEROPHYLLUM 
SCALARE SCALARE). 1. Fish Biol. 46{2);241-254. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Caceci: Dep. Biomed. Sci,, Va.-Md. Reg. Coll. Vet. Med., VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0442( 

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ISci Rr^nrl, n T c i . ^sMf/ . f i sb. Organ. Sci. Counc. Stud No. 2 1 . p 9-18 1994 
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ACTlV.TY.COMMUNICATimTS Z A 0/ ST EC L E ? Wl Dt LEVEL OF lOCOMOIORV 
"'" Zoo/ - No ' 2. P. 14-52. 1988. In Russian. FR 40(3) 

. 1988. FR <n| 3) N DIFFE RENTIATION AND LAYERING. Phllos. Trans. R. Sec. lor.tt. 6 
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95-004740 Aida, K.; N. Saloli; H. Saloh; K. Furukawa; Y. Suzuki and I. Kawazoe. A NOVEL METHOD OF 
HORMONE ADMINISTRATION FOR INDUCING GONADAL MATURATION IN FISHES. Abstracts of Lectures 
Presented at thv Second lapanese-lsraeli Symposium on Aquacullure, April 17-22, 1994, Kagoshima, lapan. laap 
van Rijn, editor. Isr. I. Aquacult. Bamidgeh 46(3}:152, 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Fish., Fac. Agfic., Univ. Tokyo, Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan] Anguilta. 

95-004741 AI-Ghais, S. M, and B. AN. XENOBIOTIC METABOLISM BY GLUTATHIONE S-TRANSFERASE IN 
GILL OF FISH FROM ARABIAN GULF. Bull. Environ. Con tarn. Toxicof 55(2):201-208, 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Desert & Mar. Environ. Res. Cent., United Arab Emirates Univ., P.O. Box 1 7777, AI-Ain, United Arab Emirates) 
Scolopsis bimaculalus, lethrinus mahsenoides, and Lutjanus fulviflamma. 

95-004742 Allemand, Denis and Jean-Pierre Cuif, editors. BIOMINERALIZATION 93: 7th INTERNATIONAL 
SYMPOSIUM ON BIOMINERALIZATION, MONACO - 17-20 NOVEMBER 1993. I - FUNDAMENTALS OF 
BIOMINERALIZATION. Bull. Insl Oceanogr. (Monaco) 1 4(1 ):236p. 1 994. Available from Mus. Oceanogr. (Serv. 
Pobl.), Ave. Saint-Martin, Monaco-Wille, MC 98000, Monaco. FR40(3) 
Selected papers indexed in lliis issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-004743 Allen, William H. ANIMALS AND THEIR MODELS DO THEIR LOCOMOTIONS: BIOLOGISTS 
PROBE MECHANICS AND ENERGETICS OF ANIMAL MOTION. BloSdence 45(G):3B1-383. 1995. FR 40(3) 

95-004744 Ar, Amos and Carol Vleck, editors, DEVELOPMENT IN VERTEBRATE EMBRYOS: 
ENVIRONMENTAL, PARENTAL, AND EMBRYONIC INTERACTIONS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 
INTERNATIONAL JOINT MEETING OF THE SOCIETY FOR EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, AMERICAN SOCIETY 
OF ZOOLOGISTS, AND CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR ZOOLOGY, 9-13 AUGUST 1992, CAMBRIDGE, 
ENGLAND. Isr. I. Zoo/. 40(3-4):291-568. 1994. FR 40(3) 
Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-004745 Attramadal, Y.; P. S. Enger and J. K. S. Jansen, RE-INDUCTION OF EYE MIGRATION DURING 
METAMORPHOSIS IN THE TURBOT. Acta Physiol. Scant/, 1 53(4}: 50A. Poster abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[Tinfos Aqua, Oyestranda, Norway] Scophthalmus maximus. 

95-00474& Auperin, B.; F. Renlier-Delrue; ). A. Martial and P. Prunel. REGULATION OF GILL PROLACTIN 
RECEPTORS IN TILAP1A (OREOCHROMIS W/LOT/CU5) AFTER A CHANGE IN SALINITY OR 
HYPOPHYSECTOMY.J Endocrinol. H5(2):21 3-220. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Prunet: Lab. Physiol Porssons, 1NRA, Campus Beaulieu, 35042 Rennes Codex, France] 

95-004747 Babiak, I.; ]. Glogowski; M. ]. Luczynskl; D. Kucliarczyk and M. Luczynskr. CRYOPRESERVATION 
OF THE MILT OF THE NORTHERN PIKE. /. Fish Bid. 46(S):01 9-fl2fl. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Anim. Biochem., Olszlyn Univ. Agric. & Techno!., 10-957 Olsztyn, Poland) Esoxludus. 

95-004748 Baker, Bridget; Andrew Levy; Lon Hall and Stafford Llgblman. CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF 
MELANIN-CONCENTRATING HORMONE GENES IN THE RAINBOW TROUT BRAIN. Neuroendocrlnolosy 
G1(l):67-76. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[School Biol. & Biochem., Balh Univ., Bath BA2 7AY, England) Oficor/iync/ius mykiss. 

95-004749 Balm, P. H. M, and T. G. Pottingcr. CORTICOTROPE AND MELANOTROPE POMC-DERIVED 
PEPTIDES IN RELATION TO INTERRENAL FUNCTION DURING STRESS IN RAINBOW TROUT 
(ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS). Gen. Camp. Endocrinol. 9H(3):279-2a. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Anim. Physiol., Fac. Sci., Univ. Nijmegcn, Toernooiveld 1, 6525 ED Nljmogen, Netherlands] 

95-004750 Bnrth, T.; L Hanzerova; J. Barlhova; J. Kourll; J. Hamadcova and R, Vadiia. EXTRACTION OF 
PROTEOLYTIC ENZYMES OF GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT EXTRACTED FROM OFFAL VISCERA OF CARP 
AND TILAPIA, Trie Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aqiiactiltiirc-Sponsotcd Symposium, Held in fludapest, 
Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. lilllard and C. A. E. Gall, editors. Aquaculuirc 129(1-4}:251-252. 1 995. Abstract 
only. FR 40(3) 

[IOCB AS CR, Prague, Czech Republic] Cypr/nws carp/o and Ti/ap/a. 

95-004751 Barton, Bruce A, and Ronald E. Zltzow. EVALUATING RECOVERY OF WALLCYE TO HANDLING 
STRESS IN SALINE VERSUS FRESH WATER. H/g/i Performance- Fish: ProceedtngsotM international Fish Physiology 
Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luty / 6-2 ), / flO'J. Don 0. MacKinlay, 
editor, p. 401-407. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep, Biol., Univ. S.D., Vcrmillion 57069. tel:605-677-521 1; fax:605-677-G557; 
e-mail:bbarlonch,irlie.usd,odu] Sl/zostec/ion vitreum. 



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95-004763 Bourmaud, Chloe A.-F.; Bernard Romestand and Georges Bouix. ISOLATION AND PARTIAL 
CHARACTERIZATION OF IgM-LIKE SEABASS {DICENJRARCHUS LABRAX L 1758) IMMUNOGIOBULINS. 
PAMAQ V - Fifth International Colloquium on Pathology in Marine Aquacttlluie, Held at Montpeltier, France, 2-4 
April 1992. C Wvares and D. /. Alderman, editors. Aquaculture 132(1,2):53-58. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Lab. Parasitol. & Immunol., Univ. Montpellier II, Sci. & Tech. Languedoc, 34095 Montpellier, France] 

95-004764 Brattgjcrd, Slale; Oystein Evensen; Lars Spcilberg and Anita Lauve. INTERNALIZATION OF VIBRIO 
SALMONICIDA IN ISOLATED MACROPHAGES FROM ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SAIAR) AND RAINBOW 
TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUSMYKISS) EVALUATED BY A PAIRED IMMUNOFLUORESCENCETECHNIQUE.F/s/i 
& Shellfish Immunol. 5(2):121-135. 1995. FR 40(3) 

ICent. Vet. Lab., Dep. Pathol., P.O. Box 8156 Dep., N-0033 Oslo, Norway] 

95-004765 Brauge, Christina; Genevieve Corraze and Francoise Medale. EFFECTS OF DIETARY LEVELS OF 
CARBOHYDRATE AND LIPID ON GLUCOSE OXIDATION AND LIPOGENESIS FROM GLUCOSE IN 
RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS, REARED IN FRESHWATER OR IN SEAWATER. Comp. 
Biochem. Physlol. A Physiol. 1 1 1 (1 ):1 1 7-1 24. 1 <J95. FR 40(3) 

[Corraze: lab. Nutr. Poissons, Stn. Hydrobiol., BP 3, 64310 St Pee-sur-Nivelle, France. (ax:(33)59 54 51 52] 

95-004766 Braiiner, C. J.; H. Thorarenscm; P. Gallaugher; A. P. Farrell and D. ]. Randall. THE LINKED 
MOVEMENTS OF Oj AND CO 2 DURING EXERCISE IN HIGH PERFORMANCE FISH. High Performance Fish: 
Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia 
Canada, luly 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 500-505. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Univ. British Columbia, Dep. Zool,, 6270 University Blvd., Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 124. 
lel:6Q4-822-3378; fax:604-822-2416] Oncornynchus myk/ss. 

95-004767 Brill, Richard W. EVOLUTIONARY AND ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF HIGH PERFORMANCE FISH 
PHYSIOLOGY. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the 
University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, iuly 16-21, 1994. Don D, MacKinlay, editor, p. 191-493. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Southwest Fish. Sci. Cenl. Honolulu Lab, NMFS, NOAA, 2570 Dole St., Honolulu, HI 96822-2396. 
lel:808-943-1 234; fax:808-943-1 290] 

95-004768 Brill, Richard W. DESIGNS FOR FUEL DELIVERY AND HEAT CONSERVATION IN TUNAS. High 
Performance Fish: Proceedings of an international Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British 
Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, Iuly 16-21, 1994, Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 496-497. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Southwest Fish. Sci. Cent., Honolulu Lab., NMFS, NOAA, 2570 Dole St., Honolulu, HI 96822-2396. 
tel:80fl-943-1 234; fax:808-943-1 290] 

95-004769 Bromage, Nlall; Clive Randall; Briony Davies and Mark Porter. PHOTOPERIOD, MELATONIN AND 
FISH REPRODUCTION. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held 
at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, Iuly 16-2 1, 1 994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 1 3 7-1 42. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Aquacult., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland. fax:+44 786 4721 33; e-mail:nrbl@stirlmg,ac.uk] 

95-004770 Bromage, Nlall; Neil Duncan and Mark Thrush. ALL-YEAR-ROUND SUPPLIES OF ATLANTIC 
SALMON SMOLTS: PROBLEMS AND SOME SOLUTIONS. High Performance Fish: Proceedings o( an 
International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the Univeisity of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, Iuly 
16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 40-44. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Insl. Aquacult., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] tel:+44 786 472133; e-mail:nrb! SsHrling.ac.uk] 
Salmo salar. 

95-004771 Burns, John R.; Stanley H. Weltzman; Harry J. Grier and Naercio A, Menezes. INTERNAL 
FERTILIZATION, TESTIS AND SPERM MORPHOLOGY IN GLANDULOCAUDINE FISHES (TELEOSTEI: 
CHARACIDAE: GLANDULOCAUDINAE). /. Morphol. 224(2):1 31-1 45. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
(Dep. Biol. Sci., George Washington Univ., Washington, DC 20052] Data for 32 species. 

95-004772 Burton, M. CONTROLLING FISH GAMETOGENESIS PHASE 1 : EARLY GAMETOGENESIS AND 
THE CRITICAL PERIOD. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held 
at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, Jufy 1 C-2 1, 1 994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 1 63-1 64. 
1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Biol. Dep, & Ocean Sci. Cent., Memorial Univ., St. John's, NF, Canada. tel:709-737-351 5; fax:709-737-301 8] 
P/euronectes americanus and Gac/i/s morrtua. 

95-004773 Butler, David C.; Gavin Y. Oudlt and Moglani Z. A. Cadinouche. ANGIOTENSIN I- AND II- AND 
NOREPINEPHRINE-MEDIATED PRESSOR RESPONSES IN AN ANCIENT HOLOSTEAN FISH, THE 8OWFIN 
(AMIA CALVA), Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 98(3):289-302. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zool., Univ. Toronto, 25 Harbord St., Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 1 A1 ] 

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95-004786 Clarke, W. Craig. EFFECT OF EARLY LONG- AND SHORT-DAY EXPOSURE ON GR(? j 
DEVELOPMENT OF ATLANTIC SALMON. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an Internationa! Fit? * 
Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, Inly 16-21 1994 Don O- 
editor, p. 93-95. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Pac. Biol, Sin., Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6. lel:604-756-7009; fax:60 /t '' 
e-mail:clarkec@pbs.dfo.ca| Salmo sa/ar. 

95-004787 Clements, K. D. and ]. H. Choat. FERMENTATION IN TROPICAL MARINE HERBIVOR<? U 
Physiol. Zoo/. 6B(3):355-370. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[School Biol. Sci., Univ. Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand] Data for 3? : 
Australia. 

95-004788 Collin, Shaun P. and R. Glenn Northern. THE VISUAL SYSTEM OF THE FLORIDA ' 
LEPISOSTEUS PLATYRHINCUS (GINCLYMODI). Brain Behav. Evol. 45(1):34-53. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Zool., Univ. Western Australia, Nedlands, W.A. 6009, Australia] 

95-004789 Conley, R, A. DESCENDING INPUT FROM THE VESTIBULOLATERAL CEREBELLUM & 
ELECTROSENSORY RESPONSES IN THE DORSAL OCTAVO LATE RALIS NUCLEUS OF THE ELASM*? 
KAIA ERINACEA, j. Comp. Physiol. A Sens. Neural. Behav. 1 76(3);325-335. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
|Wesleyan Univ., Biol, Dep., Middletown, CT 06459J 

95-004790 Cousins, K. L; J. E. Keen and A. P. Farrell. FACTORS AFFECTING THE RELEASE ^ 
NATRIURETIC FACTOR (ANF) FROM THE HEART OF RAINBOW TROUT. High Performance Fish: f 
of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancou^ 6 
luiy 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKlnlay, editor, p. 249-251. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol. Sci., Simon Fraser Univ., Burnaby, DC, Canada V5A 1S6. tel; 604-2 9 1-3 9 7 7; fax:604- ; 
Oncofhync/ius myWss. 



95-004791 Coz-Rakovac, R.; Z. Teskeredzic, E, Teskcredzic, M, Tomec, M. Hacmanjek, E. 
Modruzan. THIRTY DAY SEAWATER CHALLENGE TESTTO MEASURE SEAWATER ADAPTABILITY C 
SALMON IN THE ADRIATIC. High Performance Fish; Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology $} 
Held at the University of British Columbia In Vancouver, Canada, Inly 16-21, 1994. Don D MacKinl 
p. 96-101.1994. FR 40(3) 

[Ruder Boskovic Inst., Cent. Mar. Res, Zagreb, 41001 Zagreb, Rijenicka 54, Croatia. tel/fax:385 4 ' 
Oncor/iynchus kisttlch. 

95-004792 Crocker, Carlos E. and Joseph J. Cech, Jr. CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES O 
STURGEON, ACIPZNSER TRANSMONTANUS, TO ACUTE HYPOXIA: PRELIMINARY RESUI 
Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University 
Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, }uly 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKiniay, editor, p. 252-255. 1994. FR 4C 
[Dep. Wildl. & Fish. Biol., Univ. Calif,, Davis 95616. lel:916-752-8659; fax:916-752-4154] 

95-004793 Cunningham, J. R. C. and D. Hyde. THE SHORT AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF TEMP 
ON THE DYNAMIC RANGE OF SIGNALLING IN HORIZONTAL CELLS OF CARP RETINA. /. Tri 
20(1/2):223-229. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Hyde: Dep. Biol. Sci., Univ. Durham, South Rd., Durham DH1 3LE, England] Cyprimw carpto. 

95-004794 D'Anlonio, Maura; Mauro Vallarino; David A. Lovejoy; Francois Vandesandc; Judy 
Riccardo Pierantoni and Richard E. Peter. NATURE AND DISTRIBUTION OF GONADOTROPIN-Rl 
HORMONE (GnRH) IN THE BRAIN, AND GnRH AND GnRH BINDING ACTIVITY IN SERUM OF THE 
DOGFISH SCYLIORHINUS CANICUIA. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 9fl{1):35-49. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[1st. Ricerca Serono, Via Valle Caia, 22, 00040 Ardea Roma, Italy] 

95-004795 Dalbcy, Steve and Thomas McMahon. EFFECTS OF ELECTROFISHING ON LOj 
GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF WILD RAINBOW TROUT. Am. Fish. Soc Annu, Meet. Abstr. No. i 
1994. FR 40(3) " 

[Biol. Dep., Fish & Wildl. Program, Mont, State Univ., Bozeman 59717. tel:406-994-2492] On c . 
myfc/ss in Montana. 

95-004796 Daly, J. G.; A. R. Moore and G. Olivier. A COLORIMETRIC ASSAY FOR THE QUANTit 
OF BROOK TROUT (SALVELINUS FONTINAUS) LYMPHOCYTE MITOGENESIS. Fish & Shellfish 
5(4}:265-273. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Olivier: Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Halifax Fish. Res. Lab., P.O. Box 550, 1 707 Lower Water St., k. 
Canada B3] 2S7] 1( 

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95-004808 Eslevez, ].; ). Leiro; M. T. Santamarina and F. M. Ubeira. A SANDWICH IMMUNOASSAY TO 
QUANTIFY LOW LEVELS OF TURBOT (SCOPHfHALMUS MAXIMUS) IMMUNOGLOBULINS. Vet. Immunol. 
Immunopalhol. 45(1, 2):1 65-174. 1 995. FR40(3) 

|Ubeira: Lab. Parasitol., Fac. Farmacia, Univ. Santiago de Compostela, 1 5706 Santiago de Compostela, Spain] 

95-004809 Fahim, F. A.; E. A. Mady; S. M. Ahmed and M. A. Zaki. BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON THE EFFECT 
OF PLO7OSUS LINEAJUS CRUDE VENOM (IN VIVO) AND ITS TOXICITY ON EAC-CELLS (IN VITRO). Selected 
Abstracts: Symposium on Neurotoxins, Held During the First Asia-Pacific Colloquium on Neurosdence, Singapore, 
15-17 December 1994. Singapore Neurosdence Association, organizer. Tbx/con 33(6):721. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Dcp. Biochem., Ain Shams Univ., Cairo, Egypt] 

95-004010 Faisal, Mohamed; Barbara J. Rutan and Susannc Sami-Demmerle. DEVELOPMENT OF 
CONTINUOUS LIVER CELL CULTURES FROM THE MARINE TELEOST, SPOT (LEIOSTOMUS XANTHURUS, 
PISCES: SCIAENIDAE). PAMAQ V Fifth International Colloquium on Pathology in Marine Aqiiaculture, Held at 
Montpellier, France, 2-4 April )992. C. Vivitres and D. I. Alderman, editors. Aquaculture 132(l,2):59-72. 1995. 
FR40(3) 

[Dep. Environ. Sci., Va. Inst. Mar. Sci,, School Mar. Sci., Coll. William & Mary, P.O. Box 1346, Gloucester 
Point 23062. lel:804-642-7231; fax:804-642-7186] 

95-00481 1 Falconi, A.; M. Horde; A. Henandoz-Crtiz and F. R. Morales. MAUTHNER CELL-INITIATED ABRUPT 
INCREASE OF THE ELECTRIC ORGAN DISCHARGE IN THE WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH CYMNO7US CARAPO. 
I. Comp. Physio!. A Sens. Neural Behav. Physiol. 1 76(5):679-G89. 1 995, FR 40(3} 

[Morales: Lab. Neurofisiol. Cel., Dep. Fisiol., Fac. Med. GRHL FLORES 2125, Montevideo, Uruguayl 

95-004812 Farias, Gustavo; Mauricio Gonzalez and Ricardo B. Maccioni. TUBULIN AND 
MICROTUBULE-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN POOLS IN UNFERTILIZED AND FERTILIZED EGGS OF THE TROUT 
ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISSJ. Exp, Zoo/, 271(4}:253-263. 1995. FR 40(3) 
|Macdoni: ICC, Casilla 701 11, Santiago 7, Cbilc] 

95-00481 3 Farrell, A. P. CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY. High Performance Fish: Proceedings o/'an International 
Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly ]f>-2t, 1994. 
Don D. MacKintay, editor, p. 494-495. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Biol. Sci., Simon Fraser Univ., Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1S6] 

95-00481 4 Feist, Grant; Choo-Cuan Yeoh; Martin S. Filzpatrick and Carl B. Schreck. THE PRODUCTION OF 
FUNCTIONAL SEX-REVERSED MALE RAINBOW TROUT WITH 17 a-METHYLTESTOSTERONE AND 11 
(i-HYDROXYANDROSTGNEDIONE. Aquaculture 131(1/2 }:14S-152. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Fish. & Wildl., 104 Nash Hall, Oreg. Slate Univ., Corvatls 97331 ] Oncorhyndnis mykiss. 

95-004815 Fenwick, J. C.; G. Flik and P. M. Verbost. A PASSIVE IMMUNIZATION TECHNIQUE AGAINST 
THE TELEOST HYPOCALCEMIC HORMONE STANNIOCALCIN PROVIDES EVIDENCE FOR THE 
CHOLINERGIC CONTROL OF STANNIOCALCIN RELEASE AND THE CONSERVED NATURE OF THE 
MOLECULE. Con. Comp. Endocrinol. 9B(2);202-210. 1995, FR 40(3} 

[Dep. Biol,, Univ. Ottawa, P.O. Box 450, Stn. A, Ottawa, ON, Canada KIN 6N5] Oncorhynchus mykiss, 
Anguilla rostrata, Ti/ap/a, and PoeciV/a reticulata. 

95-004816 Findlay, C. and M. F. Tatner. ELECTROPHORETIC ANALYSIS OF RAINBOW TROUT 
(ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) LEUCOCYTE LYSATES. Fish & Shellfish Immunol. 5(3): 1 69-1 77. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Catty Marine Lab., Univ. St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Fife KYI 6 8LB, Scotland] 

95-00481 7 Fine, Michael L. and Paul ]. Mosca. A GOLGl AND HORSERADISH PEROXIDASE STUDY OF THE 
SONIC MOTOR NUCLEUS OF THE OYSTER TOADFISH. Brain Bchav. Ceo/, 45(3): 1 23-1 37. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Blol., Va. Commonwealth Univ., Richmond 23284-2012] Opsanus taif. 

95-004818 Fisher, S. K.; ]. T. Lingenfelser; C. H. Jagoo and C. E. Dallas. EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTS OF 
CRYOPRESERVATION OF ISOLATED ERYTHROCYTES AND LEUKOCYTES OF LARGEMOUTH BASS BY 
FLOW CYTOMETRY. /. Fish Biol. 46(3}:432-441 . 1 995. FR 40(3} 

|Dep. Pharmacol. & Toxicol,, Univ. Ga., Athens 30C02| Microplerus salmoides. 

95-00401 9 Fit2patrick, Martin S; Grant Fiest; William L. Gale; Caleb H. Sinter and Carl B. Schreck, GONADAL 
SEX DIFFERENTIATION IN FISHES. H/g/i Performance Fish: Proceedings of an /ntcrnal/ona/ Fish Physiology 
Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, Inly 1 6-2 f , f 994. Don D. MacKi'n/ay, 
editor, p. 146-149. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Coop. Fish. Res. Unit, Dep. Fish. & Wildl., Oreg. Stale Univ., Corvallis 97331. lel:503-737-2592; 
fax:503-737-3590; e-mail:fitzpal@mccmail.orsl.Gdu| 

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?0Ns'!jMPT,nM a np n , a C E " l A ' J hnSt0n; T ' Cr0ckford and C Ka de. SCALING OF 
CONSUMPHON OF LAKE MAGAD, T.LAPIA, A FISH LIVING AT 37EC /. Fish Bio,. 4 

[Catty Mar. Lab., Univ. St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Fife KYI 6 8LB, Scotland] Ti/ap/a atafei 



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176(5}:673-677 1995 F R lo[3 t MACROCHIRU ^ > C P- PWd A Sens. 

Pep. BiaL Sci., Fac. Sci., Hiroshima Univ., Higashi-Hiroshima 724, Japan) 

RE^CTroN G Tm' h FO^ S THF^?r^SS!fT and Dennis '" Webb ' A APTATION OF THE TElRAZOlILM 
DUR.NG EM8RYONI? DEVELOP^ TRANSPORT SYSTEM (CTS) ACmiP 

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110(4):271-280. 1995 FR4013)' TR ' WWW ' Com P' B'oc/iem. PAys/o/. /\ Onp, P^s.^ 
J^. Geophysics ft Plan elo |.,Schoo. Oc ean & Earth Sci. & Techol., Univ. Hawaii, 2525 Cor RdJIon^ 

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DpH.Comp.B/ochem ?tfu Pn J OF WATER TEMPERATURE, 

IftussianFerJ.Res Jnst FkhTn ^ 111 (2):313-317. 1995. FR4Q(3) 

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95-004832 Greenlee, A. R.; C. A. Kcrslen and J. C. Cloud. EFFECTS OF TRIPLOIDY ON RAINBOW TROUT 
MYOGENESIS IN VITRO. I. Fish Biol. 46(3):381-3B8. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|Cloud:Dep. Biol. Sci., Univ. Idaho, Moscow 83844-3051 1 Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-004833 Creenlee, A. R.; M, V, Dodson; Z. Yablonka-Rcuveni; C. A. Kerslen and ). G. Cloud. IN VITRO 
DIFFERENTIATION OF MYOBLASTS FROM SKELETAL MUSCLE OF RAINBOW TROUT. /. Fish Biol. 
46(5):731-747. 1995. FR 40(3) 

JCIoud: Dep. Biol. Sd, Univ. Idaho, Moscow 83843] Oncornynchus mykiss. 

95-004834 Groot, Erick P. and George K. Iwama. A MICRO-RESPIROMETER DESIGNED FOR ENERGETIC 
STUDIES ON THE EARLY LIFE STAGES OF FISH. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish 
Physiology Symposium Held at the University o! British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, Inly 1 6-2 1, 1 994. Don 
D. MacKiniay, editor, p. 263-268. 1994, FR 40{3) 

[Anim. Sci. Dep., Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, 8C, Canada V6T 1Z4. lel:604-756-5013; 
fax:60 4- 756-7053; e-mail:groo(e@pbs,dfo.ca] 

95-004835 Ham, Kenneth D. and S. Marshall Adams. FIELD TRIAL OF METABOLIC INDICATORS OF STRESS 
IN FISH. An. fish. Soc Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 73-74. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Univ. Tenn., Grad, Program Ecol,, Knoxville 37916. tel:615-574-4632; e-mail:kxv@cosmail1. cld.ornl.gov] 
Lepomis auritus. 

95-004336 Harlman, Kyle ), and Stephen B. Brandt. ESTIMATING ENERGY DENSITY OF FISH. Trans. Am. Fish. 
Soc. 124(3):347-355. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Great Lakes Cent., Buffalo State Coll., 1300 Elmwood Avc., HC215, Buffalo, NY 14222] Andioa milchilli, 
Oncorhynchus mykiss, Morone saxatilis, Pomalomus sallatrix, Perca flavescens, Cynosdon regalis, and dala for 3 1 
other species. 

95-004837 Harvey, Alan L, editor. ELEVENTH WORLD CONGRESS ON ANIMAL, PLANT AND MICROBIAL 
TOXINS, TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, 2-7 OCTOBER 1994; ABSTRACTS OF PRESENTATIONS. Toxicon 33(3):257-306. 
1995. FR 40(3) 

Selected abstracts indexed in Ihis issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-004838 Heijmen, P. S,; M. A. H. Braks; F. Bretschneider and R. C. Peters. MICROVILLI IN 
ELECT RORECEPTOR ORGANS IN 1CTALURUS NEBULOSUS PLAY A PART IN SIGNAL FILTERING. I. Camp. 
Physiol. A. Sens. Neural Behw. Physiol. 176(1):103-109. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Comp. Physiol., Utrecht Univ., Padualaan 8, NL-3584 CH Utrecht, Netherlands] 

95-004839 Hcrreros, ).; F. X. Miralles; M. Arrlbas; J, Blasl; C. Solsona and J. Marsal. TETANUS TOXIN 
I NTOXICATION PROCESS IN TORPEDO ELECTROMOTOR SYSTEM. Eleventh World Congress on Animal, Plant 
and MicrobiolToxins, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2-7 October ] 994; Abstracts of Presentations. Alan L Harvey, editor. Toxicon 
33(3):304.1995. FR 40(3) 

[Lab. Neurobiol., Dep. Biol. Cel, & Anat. Patol., Fac. Med., Hosp. Bellvilgo, Univ, Barcelona, Casanova 1 43, 
08036 Barcelona, Spain] 

95-004840 Hogasen, Helga Rachel. CHANGES IN BLOOD COMPOSITION DURING SAMPLING BY 
CAUDAL VEIN PUNCTURE OR CAUDAL TRANSECTION OF THE TELEOST SALVELINUS ALPINUS. Comp. 
0/oc/iem. Physiol. A Physiol. 1 1 1 (1 ):99-105. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Biochem., Physiol. & Nutr., Norwegian Coll. Vet. Med., P.O. Box B146 Dep,, 0033 Oslo 1, Norway. 
tel:(47)22 96 45 87; fax:(47)22 60 09 85[ 

95-004B41 Hollenberg, Frank and J. P. Wourms. EMBRYONIC GROWTH AND MATERNAL NUTRIENT 
SOURCES IN GOODEID FISHES (TELEOSTEI: CYPRINODONTIFORMES)./. Exp. Zoo/. 271(5):379-394. 1995. 
FR.40(3) 

[Dep. Biol, Sci., Clemson Univ., Clemson, SC 29634-1903] 

95-004842 Huang, Tung-Shi; Marly R. Marshall and Cheing-l Wei. IDENTIFICATION OF RED SNAPPER 
(LU.TJANU5 CAMPECHANUS) USING ELECTROPHORETIC TECHNIQUES. /. Food Sd. 60(2):279-283. 1995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Wei; Food Sci. & Human Nutr. Dep,, Univ. Fta., Gainesville 3261 1-0370] Dala for 11 species. 

95-004843 lijima, Noriakl; Takanobu Colon and Mitsu Kayama. ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 
SERUM LIPOPROTEINS IN RED SEA BREAM. Fish. Sci. 61 (2):297-303. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Fac. Appl. Biol. Sci., Hiroshima Unlv,, Hlgashi-hlroshima, Hiroshima 724, Japan] Pagrus major. 

95-004344 Ikeda, Shizunori. OTHER ORGANIC COMPONENTS AND INORGANIC COMPONENTS. 
Advances in Fish Science and Technology. Proceedings of the Jubilee Conference, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 
luly 1979. 1. 1. Connell, editor, p. 1 1 1-124. 1980 (reprinted 1 991). FR 40(3) 
Data for 30 species. 

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95-004857 Kawanwa, Kouichi; Kazumi Hosoya and Kunihiko Fukusho. SPERMATOZOA OF ARTIFICIALLY 
INDUCED TRIPLOID RED SEA BREAM PACRUS MAJOR (TEMMINCK AND SCHLEGEL) Fish Set 
6l(2|:355-356. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Nail. Res. lust. Aquacult., Nansei, Mie 516-01, ]apan| 

95-004858 Keen, John E.; Richard W. Brill and Anlhonly P. Farrell. CHOIINERGIC AND ADRENERGIC 
REGULATION OF RESTING HEART RATE AND VENTRAL AORTIC PRESSURE IN TUNAS. High Performance 
Fish: Proceedings of an /nfeniat/ona/ Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in 
Vancouver, Canada, luty 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 257-262. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Hopkins Mar. Sin., Stanford Univ., Oceanview Blvd., Pacific Grove, CA 93950. lel:408-655-6237' 
fax:408-375-0793; e-mail:slingray@lelandstanford.Gdu] Katsuwonus pelamis and Jhunnus albacares. 

95-004859 Kreffer, Jim; Ralph Ferguson and Bruce Tufts. THE EFFECT OF BODY SIZE ON THE PHYSIOLOGY 
OF RAINBOW TROUT BEFORE AND AFTER EXHAUSTIVE EXERCISE. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu Meet Abstr. No 1 24 
p. 74, 1 994. FR 40(3) ' ' 

[Queen's Univ., Kingston, ON, Canada K7L 3N6. tel:G1 3-545-61 24] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-004860 Kiessling, A.; P. Gallaugher; H. Thorarenscn; A. Kolok; J. G. Eales; R. Sweeting- B Gong- B A 
McKeown; B. Dosanjli; A. P. Farrell and D, Higgs. INFLUENCE OF SUSTAINED EXERCISE AND ENDURANCE 
TRAINING ON GROWTH, MUSCLE PHYSIOLOGY, CARDIOVASCULAR PARAMETERS AND PLASMA 
LEVELS OF METABOLIC HORMONES OF SEAWATER ADAPTED ALL-FEMALE CHINOOK SALMON. High 
Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British 
Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, July 16-2 J, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 300-305. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Aquacult. & Dep. Food Sci., Swedish Univ, Agric. Sci., Box 7024, S-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden tel-t-46 
18 671000; fax:+46 10 G72995] Oncorfcyndius tshawytscha. 

05-004861 Kiessling, A.; K.-H. Kiessling and K. Lindalil-Kiessling. CHANGES IN THE ENERGY METABOLISM 
AND MOBILIZATION OF ENERGY DEPOTS DURING THE SPAWNING RUN OF EARLY STUART SOCKEYE' 
A CONSEQUENCE OFTHE DUAL FUNCTION OF WHITE MUSCLE AS CONTRACTILE ORGAN AND PROTEIN 
DEPOT. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University 
of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, July 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 335. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Aquacult. & Food Sci., Swedish Univ. Agric. Sci., S-751 07 Uppsala, Sweden. tel:++46 10 672116; 
(ax:++46 1 8 672995) Oncorhynchtis nerka in Washington and Canada. 

95-004862 Kim, K. H.; M, A. Muhamad and A. Raman. THE EFFECTS OF TOXIN EXTRACTS FROM MALAYSIAN 
MARINE FAUNA ON THE MEMBRANE POTENTIAL OF TONICALLY AUTOACTIVE NEURONE (TAN) OF THE 
AFRICAN GIANT SNAIH/CI-MNTVN/l FULICA FERUSSAQ. Selected Abstracts: Symposium on Neurotoxins, Held 
During the First Asia-Pacific Colloquium on Neurosdcnce, Singapore, 15-17 December 1994 Singapore 
Neumscience Association, organizer. Toxicon 33{6):718. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Physiol., Fac. Med., Univ. Malaya, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia] 

95-004863 Kim, Myung-Hee; Yoshitaka Oka; Masafumi Amano; Makito Kobayashi; Kolchi Okuzawa; 
Yoshihisa Hasegawa, Seiichiro Kawashima; Yuzuni Suzuki and Kalsumi Aida. IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL 
LOCALIZATION OF sGnRH AND cGnRH-ll IN THE BRAIN OF GOLDFISH, CARASSIUS AURATUS I Coma 
Neural. 356(1):72-82. 1 995. FR 40(3) ' 

[Dep. Fish,, Fac. Agric., Univ. Tokyo, Bunkyo, Tokyo 1 1 3, Japan] 

95-004864 Kirschner, Leonard B. ENERGETICS OF OSMOREGULATION IN FRESH WATER VERTEBRATES / 
Fxp, Zoo!. 271(4):243-252. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zool., Wash. Stale Univ., Pullman 99164] 

95-004865 Knoph, M. B. EFFECTS OF METOMIDATE ANAESTHESIA OR TRANSFER TO PURE SEA WATER 
ON PLASMA PARAMETERS IN AMMONIA-EXPOSED ATLANTIC SALMON (SAIMO SALAR L) IN SEA WATER 
Fish Physiat. Biochem. 14(2):103-109, 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Norwegian Coll. Vel. Mad., Dep. Morphol., Genet. & Aquat. Biol., Box 8146 Dep., N-0033 Oslo, Norway] 

95-004B66 Konecki, John T.;. Carol A, Woody and Thomas P. Quinn. INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON 
INCUBATION RATES OF COHO SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS KISUTCH) FROM TEN WASHINGTON 
POPULATIONS. Northwest Sci. 69(2):126-132. 1995. FR40(3) 

(Woody: School Fish., Univ. Wash., WH-10, Seattle 981 95] Oncorfiync/ius kisutch. 



Kornianik ' Cre 88 A, and Rebecca Verily. EFFECT OF ELEVATED PLASMA AMMONIA ON TISSUE 

LEVELS OF GLUTAMINE AND GLUTAMATE IN EMBRYOS OF THE DOGFISH (SQUALUS ACANTHIAS). Bull 
Ml. Desert 1st. Biol. Lab. Vol. 34. p. 92-93. 1995. FR 40(3) 
(Dep. Biol., Univ. N.C, Ashevrlle 28804] 



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FISHERIES REVIEW 

PHYSIOLOGY {Continued) 

95-004868 Korsgaard, Bodil. PROTEINS AND AMINO ACIDS IN MATERNAL-EMBRYONIC TROPHY 
RELATIONSHIPS IN VIVIPAROUS TELEOST FISHES. Deve/opmenl in Vertebrate Embryos: FnvfranmcrS 
Parental, and Embryonic Interactions. Proceedings of the international toint Meeting of the Society for fitpwimcr.^ 
Biology, American Society of'Zoo/og/sfs, anti Canadian Society lor Zoology, 9- 1 3 August 1 992, Cambridge, fnglard 
Amos Ar and Catol Vleck, editors, tsr. /. Zoo/. 49(3-4):41 7-429. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Irvsl. Biol., Qdense Univ., Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M, Denmark] Zoarces viv'tparus. 

95-0048&9 Kias2nai, 2.; T. Marian; I. Balkay; M. Emri and L Tron. PERMEABILIZATION AND STRUCTURAL 
CHANGES IN THE MEMBRANE OF COMMON CARP (CYPR/NUS CAKPIO I.) SPERM INDUCED fci 
HYPO-OSMOTIC SHOCK, The Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Uddr. 
Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. BHIard and G. A. E, Call, editors. Aquacultuie 129(1-4): 13-1. 19 
Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biophysics & Biomed. Cyclotron Lab,, Univ. Med. School Debrecen, P.O. Box 3, Debrecen 4012. 
Hungary) 

95-004870 Kras-znai, Zoltan; Terez Marian; Laszlo Balkay; Rezso Gaspar, Jr. and Lajos Tron, POTASSIUM 
CHANNELS REGULATE HYPO-OSMOTIC SHOCK-INDUCED MOTILITY OF COMMON CARI' (ttf'RINUj 
CARPIQ) SPERM. The Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in KaiispfA 
Hungary, 6-9 September (993. R. Bitlardand C. A. E. Gall, editors. Aquacullure 1 29(1 -4):! 23-1 28, 1 995. Fit 10{3j 
|Dep, Biophysics, Univ. Med. School Debrecen, H-401 2 Debrecen, Hungary] 

95-004871 KLilc2ykowska, Ewa. ARGININE VASOTOC1N-MELATONIN INTERACTIONS IN FISH; A 
HYPOTHESIS, Rev. Fish Biol. Fish. 5(1):96-I02. 1995. FR40(3) 

(Mar. BroE. Cent. Polish Acad. Sci., sw. Wojciecha 5 Sir., 81-347 Gdynia, Poland] 

95-004872 Kuroshima, Ryosuke. HEPATIC METALLOTHIONEIN AND GLUTATHIONE LEVEIS IN KEI) SU 
BREAM. Comp. Biochem. Physiol CPharmacol. Tox/cof. Endocrinol. 110(1):95-100. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Nai. Res. Insl. Fish. Sci., 6-31-1 , Nagai, Yokosuka, 238-03, Japan. tel;04GB-56-2887; fax:046 8-5 7*10 ytfPs&u 
major. 

95-004873 Legeros, R. Z.; C. Baulista; J. L. Wong; A. Legeros; A. Valdecanas and J. P, Legcros, HIOLOUCAL 
APATITES IN MODERN AND FOSSIL SHARK TEETH AND IN CALCIFIED FISH SCALES, BiomHiwatfMfton 9J 
7lh International Symposium on Biommeralization, Monaco - 17-20 November 1993. / riHitfamenfafi or 
B/omine/afoalion. Denis Allemand and lean-Pierre Cuil, editors. Bull. Inst. Oceanogr. (Monaco) H(h:J29-23t. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

|N.Y. Univ. Coll. Dentistry, 345 E, 24th Si, New York 10010] 

95-004874 Letcher, Susan and David S. Miller. ORGANIC ANION SECRETION IS NOT SENSITIVE TO 
MEMBRANE POTENTIAL IN ISOLATED KILLIFISH (FUNDULUS HETEROCLITUS) PROXIMAL TUBULES, (tun. Mt 
Desert Isl. Biol. Lab. Vol. 34. p. 81-82. 1995. FR 40(3) 

llab. Cell. & Mol. Pharm, NIH-NIEHS, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709] 

95-004875 Lin, H. R.; L.Wang and R. E. Peter. DOPAMINERGIC REGULATION OF CONADOTROE'IN (C.TH 
AND GROWTH HORMONE (GH) SECRETION IN COMMON CARP, CYPRINUS CARPIO. High PpfftiFOWnn 
fish: Pioceedmgs of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at (he University of British CiiAiiirAij r 
Vancouver, Canada, tufy 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 162. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Biol., Zhongshan Univ., Guangzhou, China] 



-., Lin< |ui - Hsin B and Slli - Yen Shiau. HEPATIC ENZYME ADAPTATION TO DIFFERENT DltlARV 
CARBOHYDRATES kN JUVENILE TILAPIA OKEOCHROM/S HILOTICUS X O. AUREUS. Fish Physin!. HlfwAen 

'^ 



favief; Kevin ' Kmll; )oel p - Van Eenennaam and . . 

^S 0111 F AN EN ^ME-LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY TOR THE 

nrr h < VITELL GENIN IN WHITE STURGEON (ACIPENSER TRANSMt )NTAW% 
t S2f SRM"$ " ! ' fo n Fl * h: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium } Mdufo 
* ' n C Um ' Ca " aC/3 ' luly 16 ' 21 ' '"" Don D MacKi/ay/criftw. p. If.S-iW 



(Dep, Anim. Sci., Univ. Calif., Davis 95616) 

)F F EGGS n Th n r P ' Kv p asnicka -. CYN GENESIS OF TENCH (7INCA T/NO1 \.)AHU 
I Q tent ' h icT' o ocee " n S s of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsoictl Sympmiux, 
wMpremow 1991 R. Bj//ardand G.A. E. Gall, editors. Aquacullure 1 2D( I -1 ): 1 3 4- 1] I 

.*. j >^ji w^-i /i M y . i i\ itn ji r 

[Univ. Angers, Div. Biotechnol,, Reprod. & Genet. Fish, CHRU, 40033 Angers Cedex 01, Franc*] 



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95-004879 Llnhart, O.; R. E, Peter; S. Rothbard; Y. Zohar and P. Kvasnicka. SPERMIATION OF COMMON 
TENCH (T/NCA T/NCA L) STIMULATED WITH INJECTION OR IMPLANTATION OF GnRH ANALOGUES AND 
INJECTION OF CARP PITUITARY EXTRACT. The Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored 
Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. Billard and C. A. E, Call, editors. Aquaciilture 
129(1-4|:119-121. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Univ. Angers, Div. Biotechnol., Reprod. & Genet. Fish, CHRU, 49033 Angers Cedex 01, France] 

95-004880 Logue, ).; P. Tiku and A. R. Cossins. HEAT INJURY AND RESISTANCE ADAPTATION IN FISH. \. 
Therm. Biol. 20(1/2):191-197. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Environ. Pliysiol. Res. Group, Dep. Environ. & Evol. Biol., Univ. Liverpool, P.O. Box 1 47, Liverpool L69 3BX, 
England] 

95-004881 LoPresto, Christina J.; Leslie Kendall Schwarz and Karen G. Gurnetl. AN IN VIJRO CULTURE 
SYSTEM FOR PERIPHERAL BLOOD LEUCOCYTES OF A SCIAENID FISH. Fish & Shellfish Immunol. 5(2):97-l 07. 
1995. FR 40(3) 

(Mar. Biomed. & Environ. Sci., Med. Univ. S.C., Charleston 2941 2| Sciaenops ocellatus. 

95-004882 Lumsden, J. S.; V. E. Ostland; D. D. MacPhee and H. W. Ferguson. PRODUCTION OF 
GILL-ASSOCIATED AND SERUM ANTIBODY .BY RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) 
FOLLOWING IMMERSION IMMUNIZATION WITH ACETONE-KILLED FLAVOBACTERIUM 
BRANCHIOPHILUM AND THE RELATIONSHIP TO PROTECTION FROM EXPERIMENTAL CHALLENGE. Fish & 
SheHTah Immunol. 5(2):151-165. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Fish Pathol, Lab., Dep. Palliol., Univ. Guelph, Guclph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1 ] 

95-004883 Lushchak, V. I. and K. B. Slorey. PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 
AMP-DEAMINASE FROM TROUT WHITE MUSCLE. Biochemistry (Moscow) 60(2): 1 97-202. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Karadng Branch South. Seas Biol. Insl, Ukrainian Acad. Sci., Kurortnoe, Feodosra Reg., Crimea 334876, 
Ukraine] Oncof/iynchus mykiss. 

95-004884 MacFarlane, R. Bruce and Michael ]. Bovvers. MATROTROPHIC VIVIPARITY IN THE YELLOWTAIL 
ROCKFISH SEBASJES FLAVIDUS. I. Exp. Biol. 1 98{5}:1 1 97-1 206. 1 995. FR 40(3} 
(NCAA, NMFS, Southwest Hsh. Sci. Cent., Tiburon Lab., Tiburon, CA 94920] 

95-004885 MacKrnlay, Don D,; M. V. D. Johnson and D. C. Cell). EVALUATION OF STRESS OF CARBON 
DIOXIDE ANAESTHESIA. High Performance Fish: Proceedings o( on International Fish Physiology Symposium Held 
fit the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 1 6-2 J, J 994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 42 1 -424. 
1994. FR 40(3} 

[Salmonid Enhancement Program, Dep. Fish. & Oceans, 555 W. Hastings St., Vancouver, BC, Canada V6U 
5G3. lel:604-666-3520; fax:604-666-3450] Oncorhynchus kela. 

95-004886 MacKinlay, Don D., editor. HIGH PERFORMANCE FISH: PROCEEDINGS OF AN 
INTERNATIONAL FISH PHYSIOLOGY SYMPOSIUM HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA IN 
VANCOUVER, CANADA, JULY 16-21,1 994. Am. Fish. Soc./fish Physlol. Assoc. 505p. 1 994. Available at $40.00 
(U.S.) and $50.00 (Canada) from Fish Physlol. Assoc., 2734 Trinity St., Vancouver, BC, Canada V5K 1E7. 
lel:604-25 1-6472. FR 40(3) 

[Salmonid Enhancement Program, Dep. Fish. & Oceans, 555 W. Hastings St., Vancouver, BC, Canada V6B 
5G3. tel:604-666-3520; fax:604-666-3450] Individual papers and abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries 
Review. 

95-004887 Maekawa, Koji and Shigeru Nakano. NON-OVIPOSITION OF MATURE EGGS BY FEMALE 
FLUVIAL RED-SPOTTED MASU SALMON. Hsh. Sci. 60(1):37-39. 1994. FR 40(3} 

(Nail. Res. Inst. Fish. Sci,, Komaki 1 088, Ueda, Nagano 386, Japan] Oncorbync/ius masou ishikawn in Japan. 

95-004888 Mancera, J. M.; P. Fernandoz-Llcbrez and J. M. Percz-Figares. EFFECT OF DECREASED 
ENVIRONMENTAL SALINITY ON GROWTH HORMONE CELLS IN THE GILTHEAD SEA BREAM (SPARUS 
AURATA). I. Fish Biol. 46(3}:494-500. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Dep. Biol.Anim,, Fac. Cienc. Mar., Univ. Cadiz, 11 510 Puerto Real, Cadiz, Spain] 

95-004889 Manire, Charles A.; L. E. L. Rasmussen; David L. Hess and Robert E, Huelor. SERUM STEROID 

HORMONES AND THE REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE OF THE FEMALE BONNETHEAD SHARK, SPHYR' ' ' ' 

Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 97(3):366-376. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. Shark Res., Mole Mar. Lab., 1 600 Thompson Pkwy., Sarasola, FL 34236] 



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95-004891 Marsden, M. ).; S. H. Hamrfani and C. J. Secombes. PROLIFERATIVE RESPONSES OF RAINBOW 
TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS, T AND B CELLS TO ANTIGENS OF AEROMONAS SAtMON/UDA. t*r 
& Shellfish Immunot. 5(3):1 99-210. 1995. FR 40(3) ; 

ISecotnbes: Dep. Zool., Univ. Aberdeen, Tillydrone Ave., Aberdeen AB9 2TN, Scotland] 

95-004892 Marseno, Djagal Wiseso; Kanji Hori and Keisuke Miyazawa. COMPARISON QT 
MEMBRANE-BOUND AND CYTOSOL 5'-NUCLEOTIDASES FROM BLACK ROCKFISH SEBASTES IN^-'> 
MUSCLE AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON THE FRESHNESS OF FISH. Fish. Sd. 60(1 ):1 15-121. 1994. FR WJ- 
[Miyazawa: Dep. Food Sci., Fac. Appl. Biol. Sci,, Hiroshima Univ., Higashi-Hiroshima 724, Japan] 

95-004893 Marlinez-Barbera, ]uan Pedro; Carlos Pondon; Hilario Marti-Palanca, Josep A. Calducl 'f I^S 
Ramon B. Rodriguez; Manuel M. Valdivia and Jaume Perez-Sanchez. THE USE OF RECOMBINANT ^'l-TMt 
SEA BREAM (SPARUS AURATA) GROWTH HORMONE FOR RADIOIODINATION AND SlANL 
PREPARATION IN RADIOIMMUNOASSAY. Coma Biochem. Physiol. A Comp. Physiol. 1 10(4):335-3<1O. 



-jKi 
(Perez-Sanchez: Inst. Acuicult. Torre dela Sal, CSIC, 12595 Torre de la Sal, Castellon, Spain. tel:34 G4.il J-s 

fax:3464319-509] 

95-004894 Masoval, Kjell A.; Torbjorn Asgard; Einar Wathne; Karl D. Shearer; Magne Siaurncs a "d j!J{S 
Slgholt SURVIVAL, GROWTH AND OSMO REGULATION OF ATLANTIC SALMON SMOLTS TRANbl-ti"" 
TO SEAWATER DURING SMOITIF1CAT1ON AND DESMOLTIFICATION. High Performance Fish: f.c"'' r 
of an toternatfonaJ Fish Physiology Symposium Held at (he University of British Columbia in Vancouver, * * 
fuly 16-21, I9S4. Don D. MacKintay, editor, p. 45-50. 1994. FR 40(3) . c ,i, 

[BioMar A.S., P,B. 2663 Sentrum, N-7001 Trondheim, Norway. tel:47-7351G265; fax:47-7351 7*M(Jl *" 
salar, 

95-004895 Matsubara, Takahiro and Keiichi Sawano. PROTEOLYTIC CLEAVAGE OF VITELLOGCN IN A 
YOLK PROTEINS DURING VITELLOGENIN UPTAKE AND OOCYTE MATURATION IN BARFIN Fl-Clur-u 
(VERASPER MOSERI).]. fxp. Zool, 272(l):34-45. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Hokkaido Nail. Fish. Res. Ins!., 1 1 6, Kalsurakoi, Kushiro, Hokkaido 085, Japan] 

95-004896 Matsumolo.Takashi; KumikoTerauchi and Nozomu Hirota. REGULATORY. PROPERTIES OF i 
DEAMINASE FROM SNAPPER MUSCLE. Fish. Sci. 60(1):103-106. 1994. FR40(3) 
[Showa Women's Univ., Taishido, Tokyo 1 54, Japan] Pagrus auratus. 

9S-004B97 MaUisiewic^ M. and K. Dabrowski. CHARACTERIZATION OF ASCORBYL ESTERS HYI>ROl 
IN FISH. Comp. Dioc/iem. Physiol. B Biochem. Mol. Bio/. 110{4):739-745. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[DabrawsM: School Nat. Resour., 2021 Coffey Rd., Columbus, OH 43210. fax:614-292-7432] Own *rhyi \ 
mykiss. 

95-004898 Maule, AlecC.;RobinM.Schrock;MartinS.FilzpalrickandCarlB.Schreck.lMMUNE-F.Nt >OC : 
INTERACTIONS DURING FINAL MATURATION AND SENESCENSE OF SPRING CHINOOK SALM< >M . 
Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the Held at tlw Unt\'\ 
ofBritish Columbia in Vancouver, Canadsjufy 16-21, 199-1. Don D. MacKmlay, editor, p. 170-1 71 . 1 9<)4. \ K < 

[Natl. Biol. Surv., Pac. NW Nat. Sci. Cent., Columbia River Res. Lab., Cook, WA 98605] Otxoriiyn 
tshawytscha. 

95-004899 Mazik Patricia M. and Bill A, Simco. THE EFFECTS OF SIZE, WATER HARDNESS, SALT 1. 1. 1 
AND MS-222 ON THE SURVIVAL AND STRESS RESPONSE IN STRIPED BASS (MORONE SAXATIUS). . 
Performance Fish- Proceedings o( an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of tl 
Columbia in Vancouver, Canac/a, lufy 16-2?, 1994. Don D. MacWnfay, erf/lor, p. 425-430. 1 994. FR <IO( ."!) 
[Nail, Blol. Surv., Southeast Fish Cult. Lab., Rt. 3, Box 86, Marion, AL 36756] 

95-004900 McCarthy, I. D.; D. F. Houlihan and C G. Carter. HIGH PERFORMANCE GROWTH AND I'KO' 
TURNOVER OF INDIVIDUAL RAINBOW TROUT (O. MYKISS). High Performance Fish: Procccttinns c 
Internal/onaJ fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, ('.atiittta, 
16-2 1 1 994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 394, 1 994. Abstract only, FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zool., Univ. Aberdeen, Aberdeen AB9 2TN, Scotland. tel;44-224-272867; fax:44-224-27231Kj] 

95-004901 McCormack, C. A. and M.T. McDonnell. MEDIUM-TERM ORGAN CULTURE FOR TF.LFOST 
RETINAE. J. fish Biol. 46(2):365-367. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

(McDonnell: Dep. Optometry & Vision Sci., Univ. Wales Coll. Cardiff, P.O. Box 905, Cardiff CF I :iXF f W 
C/chJasoma citrinellum. 



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95-004902 McCormick, Stephen D. LOSS OF SMOLT CHARACTERISTICS IN HATCHERY- A 1 
STREAM-REARED ATLANTIC SALMON. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiol' 
Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, Inly 16-2 1, 1 994 Don D MacKif 1 
editor, p. 51-56. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Anaclromous Fish Res. Cent., Natl. Biol. Surv., Turners Falls, MA. lcl:41 3-863-8995; fax:41 3-863-981 Ol 5i/ 
safer in New England. 

95-004903 McEnroe, Maryann and Joseph ]. Cecil. MEASUREMENTS OF THYROID HORMONES Ti A> 
T 4 , IN JUVENILE WHITE STURGEON OVER THE ANNUAL CYCLE. High Performance Fish: Proceedings o* 
International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver Canada J 
J6-2J, 1994, Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 182-185. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Div. Nat. Sci., SUNY, Purchase, NY 10577. tel:91 4-25 1-6630; fax:914-251-6635] /cipeniertransmonta^ 

95-004904 McEnroe, Maryann and Joseph J. Cecil. PLASMA CALCIUM IN THE WHITE STURGEON' EFFE 1 ^ 
OF SALINITY, LIFE-STAGE AND EXOGENOUS HORMONES. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of 
International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver Canada J 
16-2/, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 172-175. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Div. Nat, Sci., SUNY, Purchase, NY 10577. tel:914-25 1-6630; fax:914-251-6635] Adpemer transmontaf- 

95-004905 McKenzie, D. J.; G, Plracclnl; E. W. Taylor; J. F. Steffensen; P. Bronzi and L. Bolls. EFFECTS 
DIETARY LIPIDS ON RESPONSES TO STRESS IN FISH. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an Internal 
Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-21 19 
Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 431-436, 1994. FR 40(3) 

(School Biol. Sci., Univ. Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, England. tel:+44-21-41454 
fax:+44-21 41 45925] Acipenser naccarii. 

95-004906 Mclingen, G. O.; S. O. Slefansson; A. Berg and H, I. Wergcland. CHANGES IN SERUM PROTJ 
AND IgM CONCENTRATION DURING SMOLTING AND EARLY POST-SMOLT PERIOD IN VACCINAT 
AND UNVACCINATED ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SAIAR L.). Fish & Shellfish Immunol. 5(31:21 1-221 19 
FR40(3) 

[Wergeland: Dep. Fish. & Mar. Biol., Univ. Bergen, Bcfgen High Teclind. Cent., N-5020 Bergen, Norway 

95-004907 Melingen, G. O,; F. Nilsen and H. I. Wergeland. THE SERUM ANTIBODY LEVELS IN ATLA.N' 
SALMON (SALMO SALAR L.) AFTER VACCINATION WITH VIBRIO SALMONICIDA AT DIFFERENT TIN 
DURING THE SMOLTING AND EARLY POST-SMOLT PERIOD, fish & Shellfish Immunol. 5(3):223-235. 19 
FR40(.1) 

[Wergeland: Dcp. Fish. & Mar. Biol., Univ. Bergen, Borgen High Technol. Cent., N-S020 Bergen, Norwaj 

95-004900 Meng-Limpan, Kriangsak; Heibcrt Stein and Elisabeth Mathes, FISH PROPAGATION 
SPERMATOZOAN CRYOPRESERVATION USING DIFFERENT EXTENDERS. High Performance Fish: Proceed?! 
of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Cana 
luly 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor. \). 369-373. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dcp. Fish. Technol., Fac. Agric. Prod., Maejo Univ., Chiang Mai 50290, Thailand. lel:01 1-6&-53-1901 ' 
fax:011-6f)-53-4981S7|Sa/fno(mtf<i. 

95-004909 Mowes, K. R.; A. Fischer and U. Hocgcr. (ISOLATION AND CULTURE OF HEPATOCYTES FRC 
THE LIVER OF THE RIVER LAMPREY IAMPETRA FLUVtATtLIS,] Verh. Dlsch. Zoo/. Ges. No, 87.1 . p. 1 82 15' 
In German. FR 40(3) 

(Inst. Zool., Univ. Mainz, Saarstr. 21, 55099 Mainz, Germany] 

95-004910 Meycr-Burgdorff, K.-H. and H. Roscnow. PROTEIN TURNOVER AND ENERGY METABOLISM 
GROWING CARP. 3. ENERGY COST OF PROTEIN DEPOSITION./ Anlm. Physiol. Anim. Nutf. 73(3):] 34-1 ' 
1995. In English willi Gorman summ. FR40(3} 

[Inst. Anim. Physiol. & Anlm. Nutr., Kcllner-Weg 6, D-37077 GoGlllngen, Germany] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-004911 Meyer-Burgdorff, K.-H. and hi. Roscnow. PROTEIN TURNOVER AND ENERGY METABOLISM 
GROWING CARP. 2. INFLUENCE OF FEEDING LEVEL AND PROTF_IN:ENERGY RATIO. /. Anlm. Physiol. Am 
Nutr. 73(3):123-133. 1995. In English with German summ. FR 40(3} 

|lnsl. Anim. Physiol. & Anim. Nutr., Kellncr-Wcg 6, D-37077 Goctlingen, Germany] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-004912 Meyer-Burgdorff, K.-H. and H. Roscnow. PROTEIN TURNOVR AND ENERGY METABOLISM 
GROWING CARP. 1. METHOD OF DETERMINING N-TURNOVER USING A 15 N-LABELLED CASEIN./ Anl 
Physiol. Anim. Nutr. 73(3):1 1 3-1 22. 1 995. In English with German summ. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Anim. Physiol. & Anim. Nutr., Kellner-Weg 6, D-37077 Goellingen, Germany] Cyprinus carpio. 

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95-004913 Miligan, Louise. RECOVERY PROCESS: METABOLIC PATHWAYS. High Performance FisiS 
Proceedings o/afi/niernaf/bna/fisriPrixsio/ofjy Symposium Held atthe University ol British Columbia in Vancouvv. 
Canada, fuly 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacK'tntay, editor, p. 498-499. 1994. FR 40{3) 

ip&p, Zoo!., Univ. Wesl. Onlario, London, ON, Canada N6A 5B7. tel:519-&61-3869; fax:519-d&l-20R 
e-mail:milligan@uwvax.uwo,ca| \ 

95-004914 Miranda, Cristobal L.; W. Peter Sclioor; Xine Zhao; Marilyn C. Henderson; Ralph L. cisd arvd 1 
DonaldR.Buhler.lMMUNOLOCICALANDBIOCHEMICALCHARACTERIZATIONOFCYTOCHROMESl 1 ^^^ 

IN MULLET (MUCH CEPHALUS): COMPARISON WITH RAINBOW TROUT P-450s. Comp. B/ocJicm. Phywol 
CPharmacol. Toxicot. Endrocrinol. 109(1 ):27-35. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Buliler: Toxicol. Program, Oreg. State Univ., Agric & Life Sci. Btdg. 1007, Corvallfe 97331-730;! 
Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-004915 Mitchell, Stephen J. and Joseph J. Cecil, Jr. COMPARISON OF METABOLIC RATES OF STRIPED 
BASS, WHITE BASS, AND THEIR HYBRID AT SELECTED TEMPERATURES AND DISSOLVED OXYGLN UWf' 
High Performance Fish: High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposiun^i iv-3 
at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-21, 1994. Don D.MncKinlay, editor, p. 2.7-i-J?* 
1994.FR40[3) 

|Kenl SeaFarms Corp./Aquat. Syst. Div., 11125 Flintkoie Ave., Suite )., San Diego, CA 92121-1213 
tel:&19-452-5765; fax:619-452-0075] Moronechrysops and M.saxai//is. 

95-004916 Milton, Cynthia ). A. and D. G. McDonald, THE CONSEQUENCES OF PULSED " 
ELECTROFISHING AND AIR EXPOSURE ON RAINBOW TROUT. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. '^' 
p. 69-70. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Mlnlst. Nat. Resour., 3301 Trout Lake Rd., North Bay, ON, Canada P1A 4L7. |el:705-474-S5S 
Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-004917 Mora-Ferrer, C, and C. Neumeyer. |THE SIGNIFICANCE OF RETINAL DOPAMINE FOK CX>L< 
VISION IN GOLDFISH.] Verh. Dtsch. Zoo/. Ces. No. 87.1. p. 139. 1994. In German. FR 40(3) 
|lnst. Zool. Ill, J. Gutenberg-Univ. Mainz, 55099 Mainz, Germany] Carass/i/s auratus, 

95-004918 Morgan, I.), and W.T.W. Potts. THE EFFECTS OFTHIOCYANATEONTHEINTRACELLUl.AK l< 
CONCENTRATIONS OF BRANCHIAL EPITHELIAL CELLS OF BROWN TROUT. /. Btp. Biol. 1 98(5): 1 2 2>- 1 2 
1995. FR 40(3) 

(Biol. Dep., McMaster Univ., Hamilton, ON, Canada L8S 4K1 ] Satmo irulta. 



95-004919 Morrey, C; Y. Nagahama and E. G. Grau. HCG DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTS IN 
STROIDOGENESIS IN GONADAL FRAGMENTS OF A PROTOGYNOUS HERMAPHRODITIC WR ASSJE . I 
Reprod. 52(Suppl. 1):125. 1995. Abstract only. FR40(3) 

[Hawaii !nsl. Mar. Biol., Univ. Hawaii, Manoa 96822| Tria/assoma duperreyi. 



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^ 

Res 27801:171-175. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep Anim. Biol., Fac Sci., Univ. Malaga, E-29071 Malaga, Spa.n) 



tE 



e-mail :chrism35@ao1.coml 



. Na 8 a,a. h on,chi, Shin.onos* Yan^cH 75M5. *,! 
Dalafor 16 species. 

o, N, Y. Koide; M. Amano; K. Ikuta; H. Kawatichi; K. Aida; S. Kllamiira and Y. NakaLTHE 



Res 279(1):93-99. 1995. FR40(3) 

[Dep Anal., Showa Univ. School Mud, Shinagawa, Tokyo 1 42, |apan] 

95-004928 Nakaya, Misako and Shugo Watabc. MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES RAISED AGAINST CARP 



iralta feria Anguff/a roslrata and Ameiurtis nebuJosws. 

SMS^^^ 

FAaS 1-? ci Comp. Endocrine/. 98(2):1 93-201. 1995, FR 40(3) 
[Dep Zool & PliysioL, La. Stale Univ., Baton Rouge 70fl03| 

fax-409-845-37861 Sciaenops occl/atus. 

ssss-^TSsasMss^ 

SECTION IN THE GULF KILLIFISH, fUNDULUS CRANDIS. Con. Comp. Endocrmol. 97(3):327.339. 1995. 
FR IS. Cincinnati Coll. M d, Do,, Mol. S, Cell. Physid., P.O. Box 670576, Cincinnati, OH -,5267.0576| 

E ^^ 
* S' ,eK*:cSS"S Me,,, P.O. BOX 670576, Cincinnati, OH ,5267,576, 






2ft S, 52 36 Upp* S-en, 
Oncorhync/nts mykiss and Ruti/us nitilus. 

[Cenl. Res. Lab., Taiyo Kagaku Co. Ltd., Yokkaiclii, Mie 510, Japan] 

47 199f 

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95-004936 Nishimura, Hiloshi; Norihiko Akamatsu; Masaru Ikemoto; Kenji Kawai; Hitoslii Miyazawa, 
Shigeyoshi Fujimoto and Riichi Kusuda. MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY AGAINST YELLOWTAIL THYMIC 
LYMPHOCYTES RECOGNIZING ALYMPHOCYTlCSUBPOPULATION.Fish. So. 61(2):) 81-11)5. 1995. FR TO 
|Lab. Host Defense & Germfree Life, Nagoya Univ. Scliool Med.. Naeoya, Aichi 466, Japan) Soriofc 
quj'ntfueradiala. 

95-004937 Nonnolie, G, and G! Boeuf. EXTRACELLULAR IONIC AND ACID-BASE ADJUSTMENTS OF j 
ATLANTIC SALMON PRESMOLTS AND SMOLTS IN FRESH WATER AND AFTER TRANSFER TO SEA WATER. ; 
THE EFFECTS OF OVINE GROWTH HORMONE ON THE ACQUISITION OF EURYHALINITY. /. Fish Bid. \ 
4&l4):563-577. 1 995. FR 40(3} 

(IFREMER-DRV, Lab. Physiol. Polssons, B.P. 70, 29260 Plouzane, France] Salmo sa/ar. 

95-004938 Norton, Elizabeth C. and R. Bruce MacFarlane. NUTRITIONAL DYNAMICS OF REPRODUCTION 
IN VIVIPAROUS YELLOWTAIL ROCKF1SH, SEBA5TES FIAVIDUS. U.S. Nail. Mar. Fish. Sciv. Fish. flu'J 
93<2):299407. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Tiburon Lab., Southwest Fish. Sci. Cent, NMFS, NOAA, 31 50 Paradise Dr., Tiburon, CA 94920] 

95-004939 Nozaki, Masumi; Akiyoshi Takahashi; Yutaka Aniemiya; Hiroshi Kawauchi and Stada A. Sower 
DISTRIBUTION OF LAMPREY ADRENOCORTICOTROPIN AND MELANOTROPINS IN THE PITUITARY Of 
THE ADULT SEA LAMPREY, PETROMYZON MARINUS. Gen, Comp. Encloainol. 98(2):147-1 56. 1 995. Ml 4Q\t. 
ISower: Dep. Bfochem. & Mol. Biol., Univ. N.H., Durham 03824, fax:603-862-3784] 

95-004940 O'Hare, D. B.; R. Siddall; P. W. J. Robolham and R. A. Gill. INFLUENCE OF OESTRAOIOl. Ol 
FR^Of } F ER D ACTIVITY IN ROACH (RUTILUS RUTILUS 1.). C/iemospfiere 30(8):1423-142(1. 1 W 

[Cent. Res. Frosh water Pollution & Parasite!., Univ. Derby, Kedleston Rd., Derby DE22 1GB, EnfilatHll 

TL^f ?.r ' OIUli ' Hiromi ' Sa 'shi Kusuda and Satoshi Kudo. IMOTILITY OF TESTICULAR SPERMATt > Xt">Ai 
, I "r u AM SM ELT5P;R/NC/-fL/5 WfVCOMTU5.] Nippon Suisan Cafcfcaish/61(l):M2. 1995, In Jiipnn" 
wild English sunim. FR 40(3) 

[Fish Reprod. Div., Nail. Res. Inst. AquacuM., Nansei, Mte 516-01, Japan] 

?, 5 ,"P 4 r?, 42 Oikawa - 5ilin and Yasuo Itazawa. FEASIRILITY OF OXYGEN CONSUMPTION IN W l'K< > i 
MINCED BODY AS A MEASURE OF OXYGEN CONSUMPTION IN VIVO OF INTACT LARVAL FISI I. /Vs/r. J 
61(2):375-376. 1995. FR 4Q[3) 

[Dep, Fish., fac. Agric, Kyushu Univ., Hakozaki, Higashi, Fukuoka 812, Japan) Cyfirinus carpio ,1111] t*ail 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

PHYSIOLOGY (Continued) 

95-004949 Pagnolla, Antonella; 

OF CORTISOL IN RECOVERY 

72(121-2136-2146. 1994. FR 40(3) , , 

[Milligan: Dep. Zool., Univ. West. Ontario, London, ON, Canada N6A 5B7] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95 004950 Pa,k Yong-Seok; Kohji lida; Tohru Mukai and Yasunori Sakural. (AUDITORY CH ARACTER tISTICS 
OF WALLEYE POLLOCK 7HERACRA CHALCOCRAMMA (PALLAS).] Nippon Sursan Cafcfcush. 61(2):159-163, 
277 1995 In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(3) 

JFac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ., Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan] 

< nn41 Park Yon R -Seok- Yasunorl Sakurai; Kohjl lida and Tohru Mukai. [MECHANISMS OF SOUND 
SUCTION IN WALLEYE POLLOCK THEKACRA CHALCOCRAMMA (PALLAS).] Nippon to Gatta>sh. 
fj1(2)-243-244, 279. 1995. In Japanese. FR 40(3) 

[Fac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ., Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan] 



O/icor/iynchus nerica, O. ktsutcb, and O, mykiss. 

S^,S!SSSS^^^ 

THE GOLDFISH OVARY. Biol. Reprod. 52(Suppl. 1):86. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[Dep Biol. Sci., Univ. Calgaiy, Calgary, AB, Canada T2N 1 N4] Qrass/us aiimhis. 

[Nail. Biol, Surv., Coop, Fisl. & Wlldl. Res. Unit, Tox. Tecli Univ., Lubbock 79409-2125. tcl.806-742-2851, 
fax;806-742-2280] 

^ 

[Seward Mar. Cent,, Inst. Mar. Sci., Univ. Alaska, Box 730, Scward 99664) 



J6-21 jgg4.DonD.MacK/n/ay,edHor.p.125-130.. 

[Dep Ob S , e rics & Gynccol, Univ. British Columbia, Rm. 1 78-950 W. 20 Ave., Vancouver, BC, Canada V6H 
3V5 tel'604.675-2432; fax:604-87 5-2 4 96; frmall:cpcn8unixg.ubc.ca] 






Univ. Trondholm 7055, Norway. ^1:47-73-596202; fax:47-73-591 309] Oncorhynchus myftb*. 



TELEOST THE GILTHEAD SEA BREAM SP . . . -52. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Inst Aculcull. Torre dc la Sal, CSIC, 1 2595 Torre de In Sal, Castellon, Spain] 



epemcr.... 
[Dep. Zool., Univ. Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada T6G 2C9] Cypmms carpfo and Carassius auratus. 

95-004960 Pelerson, R. H. and D. J. Martln-Robldiaud. YOLK UTILIZATION RY ATLANTIC SALMOh I (WMO 
MMR L) ALEVINS IN RESPONSE TO TEMPERATURE AND SUBSTRATE. >\ Q uacu/l. Eng. 14(1):85-99. 199,. 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Biol. Sin., Si. Andrews, NB, Canada EOG 2X0] 



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MONOCLONAL ^BODIEs'RFASSc u a o j N ' P " Maaseide; J " Gtelle; C Endresen and H - > Wcrgetand \ 
(SAIMO SALAR I ) S & S^M ^ITM SERUM IgM AND LEUKOCYTES FROM ATLANTIC SALMON :' 

rw i j r. fmmunot 5(4):275.287. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

IWergeland: Dep. Fish. & Mar. Biol., Univ. Bergen, Berger, High Technol. Cent., N-5020 Bcrgen, Nonv.y] : 

^ 

^ V eK 
[Dep. Biol., Univ. HaifaOranim, Tivon 36006, Israel] 



enlarz and Pio,r Eple, SEASONAL CHANCES 

CW/0 L.). POL ^^^l^^^^^l^^ IMMATURE CARI'fCW-KINUi 
n irhii m k- i 7c . l - 41 ^ - 22 7-236.1994.ln English willi Polish summ. FR 40(3) 
p. lch.hyob,ol. & F,sh., Agnc. Acad., Krakow, 30-149 Krakow-Mydlniki, ul. Spiczakowa 6, Pol*nd| 



|Biol. Sci., Univ. Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada T2N 1N4. lel:403-220-6937l 

SwAT E R P ADmE^ OF Na^ AND CI' REGULATION IN 

/- top. Biol. 19B(2):295-3W Tl S FR 40P ) U5 WVW5S) DURINC EXER CISE AND STRESS. 



[McDonald: Dep. Biol., McMas.or Univ, ,280 Main St. W, Ha m ihon, ON, Canada US 4K1 1 

^TNpVcl^ Chiba ' LICHT AND 
j235[4i;67^ F HAGFISHES AND THREE 

^^ 

THEP^u!TARY.WTE^^^^^ MATURITY MODIFfHS THE 

fndocr/ n oA98(3}:3H. 320. 1995 FR40(3) ALAXISTOSTRESSIN MALERAINBOWTROUT. Gen. Camp. 

^LATED MOUCUUS .N THE 
HEMICALANPE^S^^^^^^ 

J3ST T UCh & HMrinB ReS ' Cem " ep - " & P ^-co,., Univ, Queensland, Brisbane, Q,d. 

STRESS ON THE IMM^SYsl^ 

TO.CO/. In*^ 109(2 KSJ5 . 994 FR Jop'r ^ """^ ^^ 

ub - INERQ - oiadei -- * 2PB , England . 



9 sircF s r::" n8Kf " u '^^ ' onv ' 



BC , 
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SO 

1995 



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PHYSIOLOGY (Continued) 

95-004973 Randall, David. ION AND GAS TRANSPORT ACROSS THE GILLS OF FRESHWATER TELEOST 
FISH. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University 
of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-21, 1994. Don D, MacKinlay, editor, p. 5-9. 1994. FR 40(3} 

[Dep, Zool., Univ. Brilish Columbia, 6270 University Blvd., Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 2G3. 
tel:604-B22-5 709; fax:604-822-24161 

95-004974 Reddy, P. K.; M, M. Vijayan; J. F. Leatherland andT. W. Moon. DOES RU486 MODIFY HORMONAL 
RESPONSES TO HANDLING STRESSOR AND CORTISOL TREATMENT IN FED AND FASTED RAINBOW 
TROUT? /. Fish Bib/. 46(2):341-359. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Lealherland: Insl. Ichthyol. & Dep. Biomed. Sci., Univ, Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1| 
Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-004975 Reid, Scott D.; ). ]. Dockray;T. K, Union; D. G. McDonald and C. M, Wood. EFFECTS OF A SUMMER 
TEMPERATURE REGIME REPRESENTATIVE OF A GLOBAL WARMING SCENARIO ON GROWTH AND 
PROTEIN SYNTHESIS IN HARDWATER- AND SOFTWATER-ACCLIMATED JUVENILE RAINBOW TROUT 
IONCQRHYNCHUS MYKISS). I. Therm. Biol. 20(1/2):231-244, 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., Okanagan University Coll., 3333 College Way, Kelowna, BC, Canada V1V 1V7] 

95-004976 Reid, Steve G.; Regrna Frilsche and Ann-Catlirinc Jonsson, IMMUNOHISTOCFIEM1CAL 
LOCALIZATION OF BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES AND AMINES ASSOCIATED WITH THE CHROMAFFIN TISSUE OF 
FIVE SPECIES OF FISH. Cell Tissue Res. 28Q(3):499-512. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Biol., Univ. Ottawa, 30 Marie Curie, Oltawa, ON, Canada KIN 6N5] Got/us morhua, Oncorhynclws 
mykiss, Anguilta anguilh, Squalus acanthias, and Myxine glutinosa. 

95-004977 Reynolds, James B. ELECTROFISHING INJURIES IN FISH: SCOPE OF THE PROBLEM AND 
PROGRESS TOWARDS RESOLUTION. Am. Fish. Soc. Anmi. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 67, 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res. Unit, Natl. Biol. Surv., P.O. Box 757100, Univ. Alaska, Fairbanks 99775-7100. 
Iel:907-474-7661 ] Oncor/iync/ius mykiss. 

95-004978 Richards, Gary P.; Julie Ctiao; Peter Chung and Lee Chao. PURIFICATION AND 
CHARACTERIZATION OF TISSUE KALLIKREIN-LIKE PROTEINASES FROM THE BLACK SEA BASS 
(CtNJROPRISTlS STRIATA) AND THE SOUTHERN FROG (RANA BERtANDIERt). Camp. Biochem. Physiot. C 
Phsrmncol. Toxicol. Endocrinol. 1 11(1):G9-82. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[L. Chao: Dep. Biochem. & Mol. Biol., Med. Univ. S.C., 1 71 Ashley AVG,, Charleston 29425. tel:803-792-432 1; 
fax:803-792-4322] 

95-004979 Robohm, Richard A. and Robert A. Koch. EVIDENCE FOR ORAL INGESTION AS THE PRINCIPAL 
ROUTE OF ANTIGEN ENTRY IN BATH-IMMUNIZED FISH. Fish & Shellfish Immunol. 5(2):137-150. 1995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Exp. Biol. Branch, Northeast Fish. Sci. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, Milford, CT 06-160] Carassius auratus. 

95-004980 Ronneslad, I. and O. Lie. LIPID METABOLISM IN DEVELOPING YOLK-SAC LARVAE OF ATLANTIC 
HALIBUT (HIPPOGIOSSUS HIPPOCLOSSUS L.). Ada Physiol. Stand. 1 53(4):32A. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
(Insl. Nutr., Dir. Fish., P.O. Box 1 900, Nordnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] 

95-004981 Rostant, Elizabeth S.; Don J. Ralnnie and Andrew Taskcr. BIOCHEMICAL INDICATORS OF 
SENSORY DISCRIMINATION IN ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR). High Performance Fish: Proceedings of 
an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at lite University of British Columbia In Vancouver, Canada, luly 
16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, cdllor. p. 450-455. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Anat. & Physiol., Atlantic Vol. Coll,, Univ, Prince Edward Island, Charloltctown, PI CIA 4P3. 
tcl:902-566-0639; fax:902-566-0958; e-mail:crostanl@acad1.upel.ca| 

95-004982 Rourke, A. W, MELATONIN AND SMOLT STATUS, High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an 
/nlernal/onaf Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 
16-21, 1994, Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 110-115. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Biol. Sci., Univ. Idaho, Moscow 83844-3051 ] Oncor/iyndius mykiss. 

95-004983 Rusl, Micliael B.; Ronald W. Hardy and Robert R. Slicknoy. DEVELOPMENTAL CHANGES IN 
ASSIMILATION OF PROTEIN BOUND, POLYPEPTIDE BOUND OR FREE 35S-METHIONINE FORCE-FED TO 
LARVAL STRIPED BASS (MORONE SAXATILIS). High Performance Fish; Proceedings of an International Fish 
Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-2 ^, 1994. Don 
D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 397-398. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Northwest Fish. Scl. Cent,, NMFS, 2725 Montlake Blvd. E., Seattle, WA 98112. tel:206-860-3382; 
fax:206-860-3394; e-mail:mike_rust@ccgate2.afsc.noaa.gov| 

95-004984 Saborowski, R, and F, Buchholz. [SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF MFO ACTIVITY IN NORTH SEA 
DAB.] Verh, Dlsc/t. Zoo/. Ces, No. 87.1. p. 314. 1994. In German. FR 40(3) 

[Biol. Anslalt Helgoland, Meeressln. D-27483 Helgoland, Germany] t/manda //manda, 

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PHYSIOLOGY (Conlinued) 

?SSr 4985 Sakai ' M ' ; M ' Koba y ash ' and T. Yoshida. ACTIVATION OF RAINBOW TROUT, CWCOKHYNCHW 
MYKISS, PHACOCniC CELLS BY ADMINISTRATION OF BOVINE LACTOFERRIN. Comp. Biochem. Phyjiol i 
Biochem. Mot. Bio/. 1 10(4):755-759. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Fac. Agric., Miyazaki Univ., Miyazaki 889-21, Japan. tel:985-58-281 1 1 

SS.'H'^r 6 Sam P ath ' l <umar J R.; R. E, Byers; A. D, Munro and T. J. Lam. PROFILE OF CORTISOL DURING 1H 
ONTOGENY OF THE ASIAN SEABASS, IATES CALCARIFER. Aquaculiure 1 32(3,4}:349-359. 1 995. FR 40(3] 
|lam: Dep. Zool., Nail. Univ. Singapore, Lower Ken! Ridge Rd., Singapore 051 1, Singapore) 

D A'C^M^ Sant ' C( Male; lvan Kalavic and J u Jug-Dujakovfc. INITIAL SWIMBLADDER INFLATION OF SEA 
?rrS. J?' CENTR ARCHUS IABRAX I. AS RELATED TO TEMPERATURE, PHOTOPERIOD AND DELAYED 
FEEDING. Period Bio/. 96(4):301-305. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Coll. Nat. Sci., Teslina 1 2, 58000 Split, Croatia] 



Sanlos ' C T ' C ' ; M - N - Fernandes and W, Severi. RESPIRATORY GILL SURFACE AREA OF A 
E AIR.BREATHING LQRICARIID FISH, RHINELEPIS STR1COSA. Can. L Zool. 72(1 1 :20Q9-20I5 
1994. In English with French summ. FR 40(3) 

IFernandes: Dep. Cienc. Fisiol., Univ. Fed. Sao Carlos, Caixa Postal 676, 13565-905 Sao Carlos, Sao Paito 
Brazil] 

95-004989 Sargent, J. R. ORIGINS AND FUNCTIONS OF EGG LIPIDS- NUTRITIONAL IMPLICATION 
Broodstock Management and Egg and larva/ Quality, Based on the Second 'Science in Aauacutturc" Intcrnaltom 
Wg$fWM" ersi * fSlirlin& ^^^^ 

(Unit Aquat. Biochem., School Nal. Sci., Univ. Stifling, Stifling FK9 4LA, Scotland) 

95-004990 Sasagawa, Ichiro. THE FINE STRUCTURE OF THE DENTINE MATRIX AND MINFRALI/ATIO' 
DURING DENTINOGENESIS IN STING RAYS, ELASMOBRANCHS. BiLlneralL 9"h " 
5ympoum on B.om.nera/./a Monaco 17-20 November 1993. 1 Fundamentals of Bft^nerateStkw. 



[Lab. Cell. Physiol., ERS, CNRS, F0100, 91405 Orsay, Francel 



AND mNboNTH R Esn%^ hl ?; c EFFECT5 OF 

CHANNEL CATFISH . A ft* BW^^;!? M ?R 4^ F CnOCHROME ^"505 FROM THE 
|D. TOXKOI. u. Arkanas Med. Sci, Utfc Rock 72205] toa/ u , us p cl a, us 






04N a ,hH 3 H rV , - K e " or -P- 26-28. 1994. FR 40H) 

ScKwartzemrubef, R. Steven- Huhpr, v a j 
Rt^^^mtSFORSTlMUWTKWBYTHYBnTPnmMnr ^ " R berl J ' Onea 



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Sm97 Secor D H-P M RccolfcA.Henderson^zapaloandE.D.Houde.TRACKINCTHEMIGRATlONS 

A 5 ND 4 E ST 7 UA^E r 'u D SE K bF I HUDSON *J% USING ^^ 
MICROCHEMISTRY. Am. Fish. Soc. Anmi. Meet. Abstr. No. 124 p. 53. 1 J J4. WWW -,nr BRnmft 

[Chesapeake Biol. Lab., Cent. Environ. & Esluarine Studies, Univ. Md. Syst., Solomons 20688-0038. 
tel'410-326-7229; e-mail:letly@cbl.umd.edu] Morone saxatilis. 

95-004998 Segner, H. and R. Bohm. [GLUCOSE PHOSPHORYLATION IN CARP LIVER.] Verh. DKch. Zoo/. 

Oekotoxikol., Postfach 2, 04301 Leipzig, 



Germanyl Cyprinus carpio. 

qr 004999 Sehfial G K P. K. Saxena and H. S. Sehgal. HORMONAL CONTROL OF SEX IN COMMON 
AND ITS APPLICATION TO COMPOSITE FISH CULTURE. The Carp. Proceedings oi the Second 
dl^ He/d ,n Budapest H W , 64 September 1993. R. Mard and C. A . Caft 



80(3):89-96. 1994. FR 40(3) .,,, 

[Dep Wild., Fish, & Consetv. Biol., Univ. Calif., Davis 95616] 

95-005001 Sharber, Norman G. ELECTROFISHING: THE USE OF INDUCED EPILEPSIES TO CAPTURE FISH. 
Am Fish. Soc. Anna. Meet. AbM. No. 1 24. p. 68. 1 994, FR 40(3) 

[PO Box 1059 Flagstaff, AZ 86002. tel:602-774-B829] Oncorhynchw mylcrss. 

Suppl p 53-58. 1990. In Russian wllh English summ. FR 40(3) 

?C^.e JSdramous Fish Res. Cent, Nad. Biol. Serv., One Migratory Way, P.O. Box 796, Turners Falls, MA 
01376] 



HeW al Ite U,Vm/ V of British 

r -S-NT^,. S, 1 Mi 8 ra 7 Wa, ,0. ta 7 OC, T ..... * MA 
01376 tcl-41 3-863-8995; fax:413-863-9B10l Oncorhyncnus fcuuich In Canada. 

SSSaSTO 1 ^ 

SINGAPORE 15 1 7 DECEMBER 1 994. Tox/con 33(6):71 3-722. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

Selected abstracts indexed in Ihis issue of Fisheries Review. 

ORnnsnofi Skorkowski E F-A Blegnlewska and K. Stachowiak. PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION 
OFTHE?ISH SEx'sPKIFicTE'sTicUUXR PROTEIN. Comp. flfochem. Phys/of. C Pharmaco/. TOXKO/. fndwmof. 

l1 lBlo| fl s;!,! 5 8M 9 80 GdSsobieszewo, Poland. ^1:40-58-3807141 Cfupea ha^nus and Oficwnynctas 

myfciss. 

95-005007 Smith, S. L. and G. Guillan. UTILIZATION OF A FIELD NECROPSY BASED HEALTH ASSESSMENT 

INDEX IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS ESTUARINE SYSTEMS. Am. Fish. Soc. Anna. Meet Abstr. No. 124, p. 62. 1994. 



Resour. Conserv. Comm., 5144 E. Sam Houston Pkwy, Houston, TX 77015. 
M/cropogon/as undu/ati/s, Lelostanws xanthuna, Arias felis, and Ictalurus fUfcatus. 



461 |Sund,"sp. PhySa, Biol., Univ. San,iago de Compo.eia, , 5706 Samiago d. Compostela, GaUcia, 

Spain) Oncorh/ncfius mykiss, 

1995 

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95-005009 Soengas I L P R i 

OF RAINBOW TROUT IS MoSlFn nift^n a " d D ' Andfes ' GfLL CARBOHYDRATE ,, lt ,, u 

t6(5):845.856.1 995. FR 40(3) "UKING CRADUAL ADAPTATION TO SEA WATER. ). fth 

SpainI OncorhyHchus myjtf^' B ''" Un ' V ' Sanlia 8 d e Compostela, 15706 Sanliago de Compostela, 



'98(4):877-8a8.19D5.FR40(3) 



W Moon. UPTAKE AND METABOLISM OF GLUCOSE, AlANItt 
F THE AMERIC AN EEL ANCWtM ROSTRATA. I. fop. B^J 



, ON, Canada KIN GN5| 
J. fxp. a/ot 198(4)953959 l 5 R403 BL D FR M THE TROUT ONCOKfffNCtKS 



?K?n? STR ' B ^ S 0?Qi{Im?^ 

CHROMATOCRAPHY AND IMMUNo2^ N cg^? Tl g " A ? ISH - ^N A DETERMINED El 

Ht40(3j ^-ncMisiKY. Cea Comp. Endocrinol. 97(3):300-307. 1955 

(Dep. Zool. & Biochem. & Mol. Biol., Univ. N H Durham mw A, , 

95-005013 ' u "mam 03824. Myxine glutinosa. 



PM Shahidi - CHANCES .N THE AMIW 

. WILD ATLANTIC SALMO 

Pop. Zoo.., Univ. Gue.ph, Cudph, ON, Canada Niciwi, 
95-005014 Stefansson, 



Bergen, Noay. 



95-005015 StillweH, Evelvn I m,l TII 

teSOWSHSM, ^ '. . S. 5I , ,. fredericton , N6 Canada E3B W) 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

PHYSIOLOGY (Continued) 

95-005021 Swanson, Penny. REGULATION OF CAMETOGENESIS IN FISH BY GONADOTROPINS Hieh 
Petfofmance Pah: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at (he University of British 
Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-2), 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 131-136 1994 FR 40(3) 

JNMFS, Northwest Fish. Sci. Cent., 2725 Montlake Blvd. E., Seattle, WA tel:206-860-3282- fax-206-860.3267- 
e-mail:swansp@u.washinglon.edu] ' ' 

95-005022 Sweeting, R. M.; G. A. Alexander; L. Boesgaard; B. A. McKeown and J G Eales EFFECTS OF 
oX'^^Tl; F D AC 7 RS N 5'-MONODEIODINASE ACTIVITY IN THE GILLS AND LIVER OF JUVENE 
SALMONIDS. High Performance Fah: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the 
University of British Columbia m Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 237-238. 

[Dep. Biol. Sci., Simon Fraser Univ., Burnaby, BC, Canada. lel:604-291-3986; fax'604-291-3496- 
e-rnail:5weeting@sfu.ca] Oncorhynchus mykiss and O. tdsutch. ' 

95-005023 Sylvester, lames L, Jr. and Glenn R. Parsons. A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF RESPIRATION 



1992 

95-005024 Tabata, Kazuo. REDUCTION OF FEMALE PROPORTION IN LOWER GROWING FISH 



[Hyogo Prefeclural Fish. Exp. Sin., Minami-Futami, Akashi, Hyogo 674, Japan] 

95-005025 Tiikemura, A.; K. Takano and H. Takahashi. THE UPTAKE OF MACROMOLECULAR MATERIALS 
IN THE HINDCUT OF VIVIPAROUS ROCKFISH EMBRYOS.;. Fish Riot. 4&(3):4B5-493 1995 FR 40(3) 

[Sesoko Sin., Trop. Biosphere Res. Cent,, Univ. Ryukyus, MotoLni, Okinawa 905-02, Japan! Sebastes 
taczanowskii. ' * ' ' "- 1 "'-" 1 " 3 

95-005026 Takii, Kenji; Manabu Seoka; Osamu Tnkaoka; Shin-idii Furuta; Motoji Nakamura and Hldeml 
Kuma.. CHEMICAL COMPOSITION, RNA AND DNA CONTENTS, AND ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE ! ACTIVITY 
WITH GROWTH OF STRIPED JACK LARVAE THROUGH JUVENILES. Fish. Sci. 60(1 ):73-76 1 994 FR I 40(3 
[Fish. Lab., Kmki Univ., Uragamr, Wakayama 649-51, Japan] Caranx dcliouisslmus. 

95-005027 Tamotsu, S.; T. Oislii; K. Nakao; Y. Fukada; Y. Shiclirda; T. Yoshizawa and Y Mnrita 
LOCALIZATION OF IODOPSIN AND ROD-OPSIN IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE RETINA AND mEAL 
COMPLEX OF THE RIVER LAMPREY, LAMPETRA IAPONICA. Cell Tissue Res. 278(1 ) 1 1 01 994 FR 40(3 

[Monta: First Dep. Phvsiol., Hamamatsu Univ. School Med., 3600 Handa-cho, Hamamatsu 431-31, Japan] 
95-005028 Tate, Andrew E.; Louis A. Hclfrich; George S. Libcy and W. E. Bcal RE 



.Mec(M6str.No 124 p 74 1994 FR 40(3) 
240G1 - 321 - lcl:703-231-S059] Moronc saxatffo and M 



95-005029 Taylor, Mark ]., and Dave Hoole. THE CHEMILUMINESCENCE OF CYF^RINID LEUCOCYTES IN 

5(3)T^ EXT " ACTS F LICULA IN S (CfSTOD^^^^S. 

(Liverpool School Trop. Med., Pembroke PL, Liverpool L3 5QA, England] RutSus ruiilus and CoWo gobto. 

95-005030 Teskeredzic, E.; M.Tomoc; M. hlacmanjek; E. McLean; Z. Teskeredzic and E Donaldson GROWTH 
AND BODY COMPOSITION OF COMMON CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO L.) MAINTAINED UNDER APHAQC 
THERMAL CONDITiONS: RESPONSETO PORCINE SOMATOTROPIN THERAPY. The C^ "S^te 
JeawK/jJquaw/lure-iponsOTcd Symposium, Held In Budapest. Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. Billed and C 
A, . Gall, editors. AqmcuHurc 1 29{1-4):343. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
(Ruder Boskovic Insf., Bijenkka 54, 41000 Zagreb, Croatia] 

95-005031 Thompson, Kevin G. and Eric P. Bergcrsen. INJURIES TO BROWN TROUT (W/MO TR( /ml AND 
RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) RESULTING FROM THE USE E OF WALK AND 
BOAT-ELECTROFISHING METHODS, AND IMPACTS ON I LONG I TERM SURVIVAL Of = BO A? 
ELECTROFISHINC IN COLORADO. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meo*. "hsrr.So 124 p 69 1994 FR 40(?) 
(Colo. State Univ., 201 Wagar Hall, Fort Collins 00526. tcl:303-249-6412I 



???SS,^ Tiefney ' M ' L; Gp Cramb and N ' Hazon - STIMULATION OF THE RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM 

ms. ?! ! 40(5) BY PAPAVERINE IN THE SEAWATER EEL ' ANCUILL * MCUIMJ- Su6^ 72 i w. 

(Catty Mar. Lab., School Biol. & Med. Sci., Univ. St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Fife KYI 6 8LB, Scotland] 



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95-005033 Tiihonen, Kirsti; Mikko Nikinmaa and Jarmo Uppivaara. GLUCOSE TRANSPORT IN CARP 
ERYTHROCYTES: INDIVIDUAL VARIATION AND EFFECTS OF OSMOTIC SWELLING, EXTRACELLULAR pH 
AND CATECHOLAMINES. /. Exp. Biol. 1 98(2):577-583. 1 995. FR 40(3} 

[Dep. Zool,, Div. Physiol., P.O. Box 1 7, FlN-00014 Univ. Helsinki, Finland] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-005034 Tobei, S. A,; M, Nozaki; ). H. Youson and S. A. Sower. DISTRIBUTION OF 
GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE-lll (GnRH-lll) IN BRAINS OF LARVAL LAMPREYS 
MARINUS). Celt. Tissue Res. 279(2);261-270. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Shriver Cent., 200 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA 02254] 

95-005035 Tocher, Douglas R,; John D. Caslell; James R. Dick and John R. Sargent. EFFECTS OF SAMNITY ON 
THE FATTY ACID COMPOSITIONS OF TOTAL LIPID AND INDIVIDUAL CLYCEROPHOSPHOLIPID CLAWli 
OF ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SAIAR) AND TURBOT (SCOPHJHALMUS MAXIMUS) CELIS IN CULT UKt 
Fish Physiol. Biochem. 14(2):125-137. 1995. FR40(3) 

INERC Unit Aquat. Biochem,, School Nat. Sci., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 



95-005036 Tomasso, ]. R. COMPARATIVE INHIBITION OF NITRITE TOXICITY BY CHLORIDE IN ^M 1 *, 
FRESHWATER AND EURYHALINE FISHES. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish I nY*t-e> 
Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, }u\y 1 6-2 1, 1 994. Don D. Mac. K rnu r - 
editor. p. 239-242. 1994. FR 40(3) nn ^ ,,, . 

|Dep. Aquacull. Fish. & Wild!,, Clemson Univ., Clemson, SC 29634. lel:803-656-2809; fax:803-fij6-JJ J^l 

95-005037 Tsuchida, S. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN UPPER TEMPERATURE TOLERANCE AND FLN.fl 
PREFERENDUM OF JAPANESE MARINE FISH./. Therm. Biol 20(1/2):35-41. 1995. FR 40(3) 
(Cent. Lab., Mar. Ecol. Res. Inst,, Onjgku, Chiba 299-51, Japan] Daia for 14 species. 

95-005038 Tufts, Bruce; Jim Kieffer and Suzanne Currie. THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON TH 
PHYSIOLOGY OF RAINBOW TROUT BEFORE AND AFTER EXHAUSTIVE EXERCISE. Am. Fish, 5oc. AMU- M** 
Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 101-102. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Queen's Univ., Kingston, ON, Canada K7L 3N6. tel:61 3-545-61 24] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-005039 Tytler, Peler and Jacqueline Ireland. THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY f 3NTW. 

STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF MITOCHONDRIA IN CHLORIDE CELLS IN THE SKIN OF THE l.AKVAEQ: 

THETURBOTISCOPHTHAIMU5MAMML/SU Therm. Biol. 20(1/2}:M5. 1995. FR 40(3) ; 

(Dep. Biol. & Mol. Sci., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] ', 

95-005040 Val, Adalberlo L; Joanne Lessard and David J. Randall. EFFECTS OF HYPOXIA ON KAINDO/ 
TROUT(ONCORHYNCHUSMYK/5S):lNTRAERYTHROCYTICPHOSPHATESJ.xp.Bio/. 19B(2):30!>-3 tO. I99: ; 

FR 40(3) j 

(Inst. Mac. Pesquisas Amazonia, Alameda Cosmo Ferreira, 1 75&, 69083-000 Manaus, AM, Brazil] ; 



95-005041 Vallarino, Mauro; Denis Tranchand-Bunel; Jean-Louis Thoumas; Marra Angela Masini; 
Conlon; Alain Fournier; Georges Pellelier and Hubert Vaudry, NEUROPEPTIDE TYROSINE IN THE BRArN Cf t 
THE AFRICAN LUNGFISH.PKOTOPTERUS ANNECTENS: IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIXATJON ANii 
BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION./. Comp. Neurol. 356(4}:537-551, 1995. FR40(3} I 

[1st. Anal. Comp., Univ. Cenova, Viale Benedello XV, 1 61 32 Geneva, Italy] 

95-005042 van der Heijden, M. H.T.; J. B. M. A. Rooijakkers; G. H. R. Booms; ]. H. W. M. Rnmbmil iijif t JJ. HJ 
Boon. PRODUCTION, CHARACTERISATION AND APPLICABILITY OF MONOCLONAL ANTIE1ODIES TO; 
EUROPEAN EEL (ANGUILLA AMCUILIA L., 1758) IMMUNOGLOBULIN. Vet. Immiinol. tmnnii\n^3l^ 
45(1,2):151-164.1995.FR40(3} 

|Dep. Fish Cult. & Fish., Wageningen Agric. Univ., P.O. Box 338, 6700 AH Wageningen, NGllu>rlnml&| 

95-005043 van der Meer, H. ]. and J. K. Bowmaker. INTERSPECIFIC VARIATION OF PHOTORE< EPTORS tt : 
FOUR CO-EXISTING HAPLOCHROMINE C1CHL1D FISHES. Brain Behav, Evol. 45(4):232-240, 199S, FH -IO(J) 
(Res. Group Ecol. Morpho!., Dep. Organismal Zool., Univ. Leiden, Netherlands] Hap/oc/iroinis iVjjcns, Jl 
p/ceali/5, H. ishmaeli, and H. pyrihocephalus. 

95-005044 van der Meer, H. J. VISUAL RESOLUTION DURING GROWTH IN A CICHLII) FISH- .' 
MORPHOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL CASE STUDY. Brain Behav. Evoi. 45(1 ):25-33. 1 995. FR -10(3) 

(Res. Group Ecol. Morphol., Dep. Organismal Zool., Univ. Leiden, P.O.B. 9516, NL-2300 RA Leitfcn, 
Netherlands] Haphcbromis argens. 

95-005045 Verbost, Pieter M. and James C. Fenwick. N-TERMINAL AND C-TERMINAL FRAGMENTS Of W- 

HORMONESTANNIOCALCINSHOWDIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS IN EELS. Gen. Comp nc/ocnno/90(2)-ie5-l9i' 
1 995. FR 40(3) ' ' '' 

(Dep. Anim. Physiol., Univ. Nijmegen, Toenooiveld, 6525 ED Nijmegen, Netherlands] Anguflla nuirard arA - 
A snguilla. 

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95-005046 Vermeulen, G. ).; ). G. D. Lambert; C. A. Teilsma; M. A. Zandbergen and H. ]. T. Coos. ADRENAL 
TISSUE IN THE MALE AFRICAN CATFISH, OARIAS CARIEPINUS: LOCALIZATION AND STEROID HORMONE 
SECRETION. Cell Tissue Res. 280(3):653-657. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Coos: Dep. Exp. Zool., Res. Croup Comp. Endocrinol., Univ. Ulrech, Padualaan 8, NL-3584 CH Utrecht, 
Netherlands] 

95-005047 Vijayan, M. M. and T. W. Moon. THE STRESS-RESPONSE AND THE PLASMA CLEARANCE OF 
CORTICOSTEROID AND GLUCOSE IN A MARINE TELEOST, THE SEA RAVEN. High Performance Fish: 
Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, 
Canada, /u/y 16-21, 1994. Don 0, MacKinlay, editor, p. 449. 1994. Abslract only. FR 40(3) 

[EVS Environ. Consult., 195 Pemberton Ave., North Vancouver, DC, Canada V7P 2R4. lel:604-986-4331; 
{ax:6G4-662-8548] Hemitripterus americanus. 

95-005048 Wainwright, Peter C. and Barton A. Richard. SCALING THE FEEDING MECHANISM OF THE 
LARGEMOUTH BASS (M1CROPJERUS SALMOIDES): MOTOR PATTERN. ). Exp. Biol. 1 98(5}:1 161-1171.1 995. 
FR40(3} 

. Biol. Sci., Fla. Stale Univ., Tallahassee 32306-3050] 



95-005049 Wang, Yunxia and J. Michael Conlon. PURIFICATION AND STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION 
OF VASOACTIVE INTESTINAL POLYPEPTIDE FROM THE TROUT AND BOWFIN. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol, 
98(1):94-101. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Regulatory Peptide Cent., Dep. Biomed. Sci., Creighton Univ. School Med., Omaha, NE 681 78. 
fax:402-28 0-2690) Oncor/iync/ius mykiss and Am/a catva. 

95-005050 Webb, M. A.; S. I. Doroshov and J. P. Van Eenennaam. EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON FINAL 
OVARIAN MATURATION IN WHITE STURGEON, AOPENSER 7RANSMONTANUS. High Performance Fish: 
Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, 
Canada, ]uly 16-21, 1994. Don 0. MacKinlay, editor, p. 186-190. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Anim. Sci., Univ. Calif., Davis 95616. tel:91 6-752-2058; fax:91 6-752-01 75; 
e-mailnnawebb@ucdavis.edu] 

95-00505 1 Webb, Tamika A.; Wendy J. Kowalski and Richard A. Fluck. MICROTUBULE-BASED MOVEMENTS 
DURING OOPLASMIC SEGREGATION IN THE MEDAKA FISH EGG (ORYZIAS MT/PES). Biol. Bull. (Woods 
Hole} 1 88(2 ):1 46-1 56. 1 995. FR 40(3} 

[Fluck: Franklin & Marshall Coll., Dep. Biol., Lancaster, PA 1 7604-3003] 

05-005052 Whilesel, Timothy A.; Peter T, Lofy; Richard W. Carmichael; Rhine T. Messmcr; Michael W. Flesher 
and Dennis W. Rondorf. A COMPARISON OF THE PERFORMANCE OF ACCLIMAT6D AND DIRECT STREAM 
RELEASED, HATCHERY-REARED STEELHEAD SMOLTS IN NORTHEAST OREGON, High Performance Fish: 
Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, 
Canada, fuly 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 87-92. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep, Fish & Wildl., 211 Inlow Hall, East. Oreg. State Coll., La Grande 97050. tel:503-962-3777; 
fax:503-962-3849] Oncorhyrtchus mykiss. 

95-005053 Whilesel, Timothy A. and Richard W. Carmichael, BIMODAL DEVELOPMENT AND 
SMOLTIFICATION IN HATCHERY-REARED CHINOOK SALMON. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an 
It-iternati onai Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, July 
16-21, J99-f. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 1 16-121. 1994. FR 40(3} 

[Dep. Fish & Wildl., 211 Inlow Hall, East. Oreg. State Coll., La Grande 97850. tel:503-962-3777; 
fax:503-962-3849] Oncorriynchus (shawylscna. 

95-005054 Wiegand, M. D. THE GOLDFISH (CARASSIUS AURAWS] AS A MODEL SYSTEM FOR THE STUDY 
OF EMBRYONIC AND LARVAL LIPID METABOLISM IN CYPRINID FISH. The Carp, Proceedings of the Second 
Aquacultwe-Sponsored Symposium, Held In Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. Biltard and C. A. E. Gall, 
editors.' Aquaculiure 129(1-4):13G-137. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(3} 
(Dep. Biol., Univ. Winnipeg, MB, Canada] 

95-005055 Wieser, W. THE ENERGETICS OF FISH LARVAE, Acta Physlol. Scand. 1 53(4):24A. 1 995. Abstract 
only. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Zool,, Univ. Innsbruck, Austria] 

95-005056 Williams, E. E. and ]. R. Hazel. RESTRUCTURING OF PLASMA MEMBRANE PHOSPHOUPIDS IN 
ISOLATED HEPATOCYTES OF RAINBOW TROUT DURING BRIEF IN VITRO COLD EXPOSURE. /. Comp. 
Physiol. B Biochem. Sysl. Environ. 1 64(8):600-608. 1 995, FR 40(3) 

[Oep. Zool., 3029 Cordtey Hall, Oreg. State Univ., Corvallis 97331-2914] Onownync/ius mykiss. 

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o? c ??n 5 ?^ 7 Wohmiann < Andreas P. A. ANTIFREEZE GLYCOPEPTIDES OF THE HIGH-ANTARCTIC SILVERRfr 
PLEURAGRAMMA ANTARCTICUM (NOTOTHENIOIDEI). Comp. Biochem. Physiol. C Pharmacof Towd 
fndocnno/. 111(1):12M29. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Polarokol., Univ. Kiel, Wischhofstrasse 1-3, Gebade 1 2, D-24148 Kiel, Germany] 

95-005058 Wourms,JolinP.THECHALLENGESOFPISCINEVIVIPARITY.Deve/opmenI/nV/efiebra(eFm&j>- 
Environmental Parental and Embryonic Interactions. Proceedings of the International joint Meeting offheSotiV 
tor txpenmental Biology, American Society of Zoologists, and Canadian Society for Zoology, 9-13 August 199 = 
Lsmbndge, England. Amos Ar and Carol VIeck, editors. !sr. }. Zool. 49(3-4):551-568. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Biol. Sd, Clemson Univ., Clemson, SC 29634-1903] 



cMn,^ Wr ' 8hl ' P " A ' ; P " Part and C M ' Wood ' AMMONIA AND UREA EXCRETION IN THE TIDEPOO. 
iS-J ,.J^l C ^ COnUS M ACUtOSU5): SITES OF EXCRETION, EFFECTS OF REDUCED SALINITY A\J 
MECHANISMS OF UREA TRANPORT. Fish Physiol. Biochem. 14(2):1 1 1-123. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Zool., Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada N1 G 2W1 ] 

95.005060 Yamamoto, Naoyuki; Yoshilaka Oka; Masafumi Amano; Katsumi Aida; Yoshihisa Hascpwa xt 
c'?, Kawashlma - MULTIPLE GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE (GnRHJ-IMMUNORACTM 
?S, 5 1N , THE BRA1N F THE DWARF GOURAMI, COLISA LAUA: IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY AM 
RADIOIMMUNOASSAY.y. Comp. Neurol. 355(3):354-368. 1995. FR 40(3} 

|Dep. Anal. & Lab, Comp. Neuromorptiol., Nippon Med. School, Sendagi 1 -1 -5, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 1 1 3, J apart 

REGULATION OF GAMETOCENESIS AND SPAWKIM 



[Dep, Zool., Tel-Aviv Univ, Israel] Cyprihus carp/o in Israel. 

?Sp Ti, Ya r "' Z p Vl ' ENE ? OCR ' N 1 E CONTROL OF GAMETOCENESIS AND SPAWNING INDUCTION I 
n,5 h iS ^.^^^d^^lt^SponsoredSYmposliim, Heldin Budapest, n* 
6-95epiemfaer J993. R. Btllard and G. A. . Call, editors. Aquaculture nBM-49-73 1995 FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Zool,, Tel-Aviv Univ., Tel-Aviv 69978, Israel) Cyprinus carpio. 

95-005063 Yogev, Leon; John E. Halver and Ronald W. Hardv DIETARY ARGININF 
UVENLE COHO SALMON {ONCORHYNCHUS KISUTCH). H^^^ 



. 

nn - He ' dat lhe ^^''Y ^ British Gambia in Vancouver, 

, 1994. Don D. MacKmlay, editor, p. 396. 1994. AbslracI only. FR 40(3) 
[School Fish,, WH-10, Univ. Wash., Seattle 981 95| 



j. Borskj/ N Haro[d Rjchman |N and 
IGrau: Inst. Mar. Biol., P.O. Box 1346, Kaneohe, HI 96744] 



Ca 



Ml Mar. Sd., Univ. Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh] Oariu gariepinus 

^^^^ 
J?- TCChniCal ^^ N - ^' - 1<S1^ NS, Canada 03^ 2X 

2 SB^^ 

Ackman: Canadian Inst. fish. Techno Tech E we V ( 2 J ;171 ' 17B - 1995 - 40(3) 
2X4. 1^:902-420-7734; faxflOMflSzSl " a ' P -' B X 1000 ' Halifax - NS, Canada B3 



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95-005069 Zohar, Y.; A. Elizur; N. M. Sherwood; J. F. F. Powell; ). E. Rivier and N Zmora 
GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING ACTIVITIES OF THE THREE NATIVE FORMS OF 
CONADQTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE PRESENT IN THE BRAIN OF CILTHEAD SEABREAM SPARUS 
AURA7A. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 97(3}:289-299. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. Mar. Biotechnol., Univ. Md, 600 E. Lombard St., Baltimore 21202| 

GENETICS, VARIATION STUDIES AND HYBRIDIZATION 

95-005070 Agnese, Jean-Francois; Ziriga Josue Oteme and Sylvain Cilles. EFFECTS OF DOMESTICATION ON 
GfNETIC VARIABILITY, FERTILITY, SURVIVAL AND GROWTH RATE IN A TROPICAL SILURIFORM' 
HETERQBRANCHUS LQNGIFIIIS VALENCIENNES 1840. Aquacultute 131(3,4):197-204. 1995 FR 40(3} 
[ORSTOM, 213 rue La Fayelle, 75480 Paris Cedex 10, France] 

95'005071 Aparicio, Samuel; Alastair Morrison; Alex Gould; Jonathan Gillhorpe; Cliitrita Chaudhuri; Peier 
Rigby; Robb Krumlauf and Sydney Brenner. DETECTING CONSERVED REGULATORY ELEMENTS WITH THE 
MODEL GENOME OF THE JAPANESE PUFFER FISH, FUGU RUBKIPZS. Pioc. Nat/, Acad So USA 
92{5):1 664-1 688. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Mol. Genet. Unit, Dep. Med., Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge CB2 2QQ, England) 

95-005072 Aral, K. GENETIC STUDIES ON GYNOGENETIC, ANDROGENETIC AND POLYPLOID PROGENY 
PRODUCED FROM NATURAL TETRAPLOID LOACH, MISCURNUS ANGUIIUCAUDAJUS. Abstracts of 
Lectures Presented at the Second Japanese-Israeli Symposium on Aquacullitre, April 17-22, 1 994, Kagoshima, Japan. 
jaap win Rijn, editor. Isr. J. Aquacult. Bamidgeh 46(3):15fl-1S9. 1994. FR 40(3} 
[Fac. Appl. Biol. Sri., Hiroshima Univ., Higashi-hiroshima, Japan] 

95-005073 Arnason, Einar; S. Palsson; P. H. Pclersen and K. Kristinsson. GENE FLOW AND NEUTRALITY 
PARAMETERS INFERRED FROM CYTOCHROME B SEQUENCE VARIANTS IN ATLANTIC COD (GADUS 
MORHUA). Heredilas (Lund) 121(3):213. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[Inst. Biol., Univ. Iceland, Grensasvegur 1 2, IS-1 08 Reykjavik, Iceland] 

95-005074 Bargelloni, Luca; Peter A. Ritchie; Tomaso Patarnello; Bruno Battaglia; David M. Lambert and Axel 
Meyer, MOLECULAR EVOLUTION AT SUBZERO TEMPERATURES: MITOCHONDRIAL AND NUCLEAR 
PHYLOCENIES OF FISHES FROM ANTARCTICA (SUBORDER NOTOTHENIOIDEI), AND THE EVOLUTION 
OF ANTIFREEZE GLYCOPEPTIDES. Mol. Biol. Evol. 1 1 (6):854-BG3. 1994. FR 40(3) 
(Dip. Biol., Univ. Padova, Via Triestes 75, 35121 Padova, Italy) 

95-005075 Beacham, T, D,; R, E. Wlthler and C. C, Wood. STOCK IDENTIFICATION OF SOCKEYE SALMON 
BY MEANS OF MINISATELLITE DNA VARIATION. N. Am. I. Fish. Manage, 1 5(2):249-265. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Biol. Sci, Branch, Pac. Biol. Stn,, Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K5| Oncorhynchus nerka 
in llie North Pacific Ocean. 

95-005076 Beaudou, Dominique; Gliislaine Catlaneo-Berrebi and P. Berrebi. (GENETIC IMPACTS OF TROUT 
(SALMO TRUTTA FARIO) STOCKING PRACTICES ON IN S/TU POPULATIONS: CASE OF THE ORB BASIN 
(HERAULT).] Buff. Fr, Pcche Piscic. No. 332. p. 83-92. 1 994. In French with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Bcrrebi: Lab, Genome & Popul., CNRS URA 1493, Univ. Montpellier II, PI. Eugene Bataillon, 34095 
Montpellier Cedex 5, Franco] 

95-005077 Beaumont, A. R.; J. Bray; J. M. Murphy and I. J. Winfield. GENETICS OF WHITEFISH AND VENDACE 
IN ENGLAND AND WALES. /. Fish Biol 46(5):880-890. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[School Ocean Sci., Univ. Wales, Bangor, Menai Bridge, Gwynedcl LL59 5EY, Wales] Corcgoni/s albula and 
C. 



95-005078 Benlzen, Paul and Jonathan M. Wright. EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND THE SEARCH FOR 
NEW'MARKERS.Mm. Fish. Soc. Anmi. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 63-64. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Univ. Wash,, HF-1 0, Seattle 981 95. tel:206-685-9994| 

95-005079 Bernatchez, L. [MOLECULAR BIOLOGY TECHNIQUES IN FISHERY MANAGEMENT: 
APPLICATIONS AND PERSPECTIVES.] Bull. Fr. Pec/re Piscic. No. 332. p. 1-9. 1 994. In French with English summ. 
FR40(3) 

[Insl Nail. Rech. Sci. (INRS-Eau), 2800 Einstein, Suite 105, C.P. 7500, Sainte-Foy, PQ, Canada G1V 4C7] 

95-005000 Bernatchez, Louis. USEFULNESS OF MITOCHONDRIAL DNA VARIATION ANALYSIS FOR 
MANAGING ANADROMOUS STOCKS OF RAINBOW SMELT, Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. 
p. Ibfl. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[INRS-Eau, 2800 rue Einstein, Sainte-Foy, PQ, Canada G1V 4C7J tel:418-654-3822| Osmerus mordax in 
Canada. 

95-005081 Bidwell, Christopher A. and Don M. Carlson. CHARACTERIZATION OF VITELLOGENIN FROM 
WHITE STURGEON, ACIPENSER TRANSMQNTANUS. }. Mol. Evol. 41(1):104-112. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(1026 Poultry Sci. Bldg., Dep. Anim. Sci., Purdue Univ., West Lafayette, IN 47907) /c/u/iyomyzon unicuspis. 

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95-005082 Brett, Betty Lou. LOW GENETIC VARIABILITY IN NORTHERN FRESHWATER FISH SPECIIS ' 

fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 70. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

'?fi*k B .'l" Naz . ar f lh ColL Rochester, 4245 East Ave., Rochester, NY 14618-3790. lur7U.58H- 

ernail:blbretienez.edu| Etheostoma, Rhinichthys, Micropterus, and Stizostedion in the Great Lakes. 

Imcl^Lnr^J'^^! ' G ' Franzin ' DIFFERENTIATION OF WALLEYE {$7KOSTEDK>N ViJRii 
ANA, vc r COM P ARISON T0 THEIR POND-REARED STOCKS USING MORPHOLOGICAL ANDCENE 
AiMALYbtb Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aqtiat. Set. No. 1 963. 27p. 1 994. In English with French summ f R 4CH 31 
[Cent. & Arctic Reg. Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3T 2N6] 



smAMA, v' ,-WMOfiUSNflLF 

in . - SES OF MALES REARED INDIVIDUALLY AND IN GROUPS./. Hered 83(1):43-48 1'W2 FR*- 
IDep. Fish. & Aquacult,, Univ. Fla, 7922 N.W. 71st St., Gainesville 32606-0300) 



. I. I. Gomelsky; N. Ben-Dom and Y. Peretz. CHROMOSOMES 

, , COMMON CARP, CYPRINUS CARPIO L, The Carp. Proceedings of ii\c Sv- 

AquacuHure-SponsoredSympos/um, Held In Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. BfflantnmK; A 1 1 
editors. Aquaculture 129(1-4):21 7. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

(A.R.O., Fish & AquaculL Res. Stn., Dor, M.P. Hof Hacarmel 30820, Israel) 



; and B. I. Gomelsky. CYTOfiCNtKC to 
THE CRUCIAN CARP AND THE COMMON CARft ' 

c f i A c ., f ~ - E NT OF DISTANT HYBRIDS. The Carp, /Vorwiftifif < 

second AquacuKuK-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September /9<>? R'fWffartlav 

ACa/t6d, (W s.^o^ re p9(M):217-218M995.AlracUnt.FR40(3} 

[ F mP 1 uan ^ 3 . Bnc ,^, PondFlsh . (RybnoeiDmitrovD . st _ jMoscow ^ 4]g2 W uss . a|c ^^ 



95-005087 Cocca, Ennio; Manoja Ratnayake-Lecamwasam; Sandra K. Parker; Laura (-.imnnftira- V, 
HEM^S ? ENOMIC REMNANTS OF a-CLOBIN GENESIS 

p^rsiSSS ttS^-^^FK s -- 

charcoii. "wawi, Nolothema comceps, Cob,onoiolhen gibberifrons, nncl ttiraf7i.ien.Wr 



SP EOUS TRIPLOIDV IN 

. Z oo,. & Anlrapol ., Fac . 



AND THE F'OSSi- 

a UegftBefeiiim WftiV 1993 PJIIw! B T ir i. LY ^ INID , AE - Tabfe Ronde Barfjus f/. ftipcfs fwni 
334 p. 191-199. In English with French s'umm. FR 4W31 Cftl ' fian/zers ' Bo "- fr - f^^l'i^^ 



COUN7ERGRADIENTVARIATION INGRO^H^PArl?? i ? D J F [ ERENT LATITUDES: NEW EVII JENCK 
1 994. FR 40(3) nrnu \ t.Arn. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 2-1. p. V 

(Mar. Sci. Res. Cent., SUNY Stonv n rnn i, ^ 

,, : dconov^cc 1 |. sun ^, ttl]MoroneHxa 2a n 5rirte, er Ss 4 - 500a '"^"""" t! 
^S^^S^^^g^^l^^^^ca^^^^ 

Pipe,, *om Ifte Co)/o<| U i TO Uege, ft*ium H lufc?L^ , ^ RS OF RESEARCH.] Tobfe Non* tot.. 
recrie PiHiic. No. 114 n i7?_ion inn, . ' ' .' Iyyj - ratnck Berrebinnrl p.-> cf -iio : .- n.n 



me uwoqotom liege, fie/ g(um , ^ /u v , 99 , ^ ' ' ' "".V ^tbtARCH. 7nt 
:. No. 334. p. 177-189. 1994. In FrencJ Tw?h Fn^S 8e/re ^ a " d ^ca/Ponan, ^ K ,,, W( .v : 
[La^Genome & Popul, Univ. MonlpeWw H CT li S c SUmm ' FR 40(3 ' 
ne^ Swbmmeritfion^iand 8. faarbus ' '" Eugene B a'a'on, 34095 Montpplllcr C 



szmaa,Cs.;Z s i enev .|(; Tn , n 
RACES IN A LIVE GENE ffl'oM^M^ 

95*5093 Dav ' v* ' Szalvas ' """Wl Cyprinuj carpfa 



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95-005094 Deeley, M. A. and T. J. Benfey. LEARNING ABILITY OF TRIPLOID BROOK TROUT. 1. Fish Bio/. 
4&(5):905-907. 1995. FR40{3) 

[Benfey: Dep. Biol., Univ. New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, Canada E3B 6E1 i Salvelinus fontinalis. 

95-005095 Desjardins, Marc D.; Robert D. Fields; David H. Wahl and David P. Philipp. GENETIC ANALYSIS 
OF MUSKELLUNGE (fSOX MASQUINONGY) AND NORTHERN PIKE (ESOX LUCIUS) WITHIN THREE 
ADJACENT WATERSHEDS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 68. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. Aqual. Ecol., Nat. Hist. Surv., 607 E. Peabody Dr., Champaign, IL. tel:2 17-244-3946; 
e-maiLdielil@uxa.cso.uiuc.edu] 

95-005096 Devlin, R. H.; T. Y. Yesaki; C. Biagi; E. M. Donaldson; P. Swanson and W.-K. Chan. GROWTH 
ENHANCEMENT OF SALMONIDS THROUGH TRANSGENESIS USING AN "ALL-SALMON" GENE 
CONSTRUCT. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the 
University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, July 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 343-345. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, 4160 Marine Dr., West Vancouver, BC, Canada V7V 1N6. lel:604-G66-7926; 
fax:604-66 6-3497 1 Oncorhynchus nerka, O. kisutch, and Salmo salar, 

95-005097 Dueck, Lucy A. and Roy G. Danzmann. POPULATION DIVERGENCE OF INTRODUCED 
RAINBOW TROUT IN THE LAKE ONTARIO WATERSHED. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 103. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada N1G 2W1. tel:51 9-824-41 20[ Oncornync/uis ntykiss. 

95-005098 Elder, John F., Jr., and Isaac ). Schbsser. EXTREME CLONAL UNIFORMITY OF PHOXINUS 
ZOS/NEOGAEUS GYNOGENS (PISCES: CYPRINIDAE) AMONG VARIABLE HABITATS IN NORTHERN 
MINNESOTA BEAVER PONDS. Proc Nat!. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 92(11):5001-5005. 1995. FR 40(3) 
(Dop. Biol., Box 9019 Univ. Stn., Grand Forks, ND 58202| 

95-005099 Elo, Kari; Jaakko Erkinaro; Jukka A. Vuorinen and Eero Niemela, HYBRIDIZATION BETWEEN 
ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR) AND BROWN TROUT (S. TRUTTA) IN THE TEND AND NAATAMO 
RIVER SYSTEMS, NORTHERNMOST EUROPE. Nord. I. Freshwater Res. No, 70. p. 5G-61 . 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Biol., Univ. Joensuu, P.O. Box 111, FIN-80101 Joensuu, Finland] 

95-005100 Fernandez-Podrosa, Victoria; Ana Gonzalez; Mario Planelles; Andres Moya and Amparo Latorre. 
MITOCHONDRIAL DNA VARIABILITY IN THREE MEDITERRANEAN POPULATIONS OF APHANIUS IBERUS, 
Special Issue: Endemic Freshwater Fishes of the Northern Mediterranean Region - Based on a Workshop at the 
Biological Station of Tour du Valat, Camargue Area, France, 28 January to ) February, 1993. Alain I. Crivelli and 
PeterS. Maitland, editors. Biol. Consetv. 72(2}:251-256. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Latorre: Dep. Genet., Fac. Biol., Univ. Valencia, Doctor Moliner, 50, 46100-Burjasot, Valencia, Spain] 

95-005101 Figueroa, Felipe; Hldeki Ono; Herbert Tichy; Colm O'Huigin and Jan Klein. EVIDENCE FOR 
INSERTION OF A NEW INTRON INTO AN Mhc GENE OF PERCH-LIKE FISH. Proc. R. Soc. Land. Ser. B Biol. Sci. 
259(1 356):325-330. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Max-Planck-lnst. Biol., Abtcilung Immungenel., D-72076 Tucbingen, Germany] 

95-0051 02 Folmar, L. C,; N. D. Denslow; R. A. Wallace; G. LaFleur; T. S. Gross; S. Bonomclli and C. V. Sullivan. 
A HIGHLY CONSERVED N-TERMINAL SEQUENCE FOR TELEOST VITELLOGENIN WITH POTENTIAL VALUE 
TO THE BIOCHEMISTRY, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY OF VITELLOGENESIS. I. Fish Biol. 
46(2}:255-263. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[U.S. Environ. Prot. Agency, 1 Sabine Island Dr., Gulf Breeze, FL 32561] Data fornlne species. 

95-005103 Garcia-Vazquez, Eva; Paloma Moran; Ana R. Linde; Alberto M. Pendas and Jorgo I. Izquierdo. 
EVOLUTION OF CHROMOSOME POLYMORPHIC PATTERNS IN SALMONIDS: WITHIN-GENERATION 
VARIATION WITH AGEING. Aquwullure 1 3 2 (3,4): 2 3 3-2 3 7. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol. Func. (Genet.), Univ. Oviedo, 33071 Oviedo, Spain) Salmo salar and S. trutta, 

95-005104 Gliadessy, F. J.; K. Joyascelan; H. E, Khoo and R. Yuen. MOLECULAR CLONING AND 
PRELIMINARY CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GF.NOMIC LOCUS ENCODING THE STONUSTOXIN GENE 
FROM STONEFISH (SYNANCEiA HORRIDA). Eleventh World Congress on Animal, Plant and Microbial Toxins, 
TefAviv, Israel, 2-7 October J994: Abstracts of Presentations. Alan L Harvey, editor. Toxicon 33(3):303-304. 1 995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Dep, Biochem., Natl. Univ. Singapore, Kent Rldgc Crescent, Singapore 051 1] 

95-005105 Grewe, Peter M.; Robert Ward; Nick Elliotl and Adam Smolensk!. ALLOZYME AND 
MITOCHONDRIAL DNA VARIATION AMONG SOUTHERN BLUEFIN TUNA SAMPLED FROM THE PACIFIC 
AND INDIAN OCEANS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 1 70-1 71 . 1 994. FR 40(3) 

ICHIRO Div. Fish., GPO Box 1538, Hobart, Tasm. 7001, Australia, tel:+61-02-325-374; 
e-mail:peter,grewe@ml.csiro.au] Thunntis maccoyii. 

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95-005 KM Grunina, A. S.; A. A. Neyfakh and B. I. Gomelsky. INVESTIGATIONS OK DIPLO 
ANDKOGENESIS IN FISH. T/ie Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, N& 
Riithpesi. Hungary; 6-9 September 1993. R. Billard and C. A E. Call, editors. Aquacullure 1 29(M):21B-219.1! 
Ahiirnct only- FR 40(3) 

[N.K. Koltzov Inst. Dev. Biol., 26 Vavilova sir., Moscow 1 1 7808, Russia] Cypiintis csrpio, Cafsssius a- i 
dm! ,-V:ipt.'flser. 

')>005107 Hall, H. f. and L W. NawrocM. A RAPID METHOD FOR DETECTING MITOCHONDWALO 
VARIATION IN THE BROWN TROUT, SALMO TRUTTA. I- Fish Biol. 46(2}:360-364. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Jnu. Ztml, Nu/field Bldg., Regent's Park, London NW1 4RY, England] 

yj-005108 Hansen, Michael M.andVolkerLoeschcke. TEMPORAL VARIATION IK MITOCHONDRIA!.? 
HAPLOTYPE FREQUENCIES IN A BROWN TROUT (SALMO TRUTTA L.) POPULATION THAT SHO 
STABILITY IN NUCLEAR ALLELE FREQUENCIES. Hereditas (Lund) 1 21 (3):2 1 7. 1 994. Abslr.icl only. Fa 4C-) 
[Dcp. Ecol. A Genet., Univ. Aarhus, Ny Munkegade, Bldg. 540, DK-8000 Aarhus C, Denmark| 

03-003109 Hollebecci, Marie-Gwenola and P. Haffray. [GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF COMMON 
O/WNUS CARP/0 L: STATE OF THE ART.] Bull. FT. Peche Piscic. No. 333. p. 93-124. 199-1. In Frenthi 
English sumni. FR 40(3) 

[L.ih. Gcncl. Poissons, INRA, 78352 )ouy-en-Josns Cedex, France] 

f .~ 005 110 Horvath, L and L. Orban. GENOME AND GENE MANIPULATION IN THE COMMON CAR^ 
Csrp Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsorecl Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-95cprff 
I'K'.'i. R. liillirc! am! C. A. E. Gall, editors. Aquacuttwe 129(1-4):157-181. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Lil>. Bioit- chnol, Dep. Anim. Genet., Inst. Anim. Breeding & Reprod., Univ. AgrJc. Sci., Pater K. LI 1., H-J 
c.otJolIo, HunRary. le1:(36-28)-310 200, ext.1659; fax:(36-28)-310 804; e.maif:orban@lujbi,nl]c,hu| Cw 

C.'.'p:i). 

JuStl ncTrn^i^' 1 S ' M ' Bayrics and D - Thoi "Pson. PROGRESS TOWARDS THE IDENTIFICATION 
r -I? -IS - IN 'NG MECHANISM OF THE SOLE, SOLEA SOLEA (L,), BY THE INDUCTION OF DJPil 
C , . M Jf.,ENESlS. Aquaculi. Res. 26(2):135-1 40. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

ir Rshl ReS " Fish ' Ub " Conwy ' Gw V nedd ' Wales l mppoglossus 



' Elsuro Yamaha ; Fumio Yamazaki and Michihlro C- YoshWa. E 
^?," " 050 ^ ' N MRLY EM8RVOS F SA^ON"> Fl ^ 
H kkaido Univ - Hak date 041 y Japan] O/icorftynriius ni^/ss, CX mi 

VIABILI F POLISH AND HUNGARIAN CARP LINES. W,* C 









Szaa'as, Hungary] 



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95-0051 1 9 Johnson, Ronald L and Judith Pignatare. RESTRICTION FRAGMENT LENGTH POLYMORPHISMS 
IN THE LARGEMOUTH GASS (MtCROPJERUS SALMOIDES SALMOIDES) IN A SMALL MASSACHUSETTS 
KETTUHOLL Am. Midi. Nut. 133(2):3&4-367. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Zool., Arkansas Slale Univ., State University 72467] 

95-005120 Kalo, Teichi. BIOTECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCHES AT THE PREFECTURAL FISHERIES 
EXPERIMENTAL STATION IN JAPAN. Proceedings of the Seminar-Wotkshop on Aquaculture Development in 
Southeast Asia and Prospects for Seafarming and Searanching, Hollo G'ly, Philippines, 19-23 August 1991. f. 
Lacanilao, R. M. Cotoso, andC. F. Quinitio, editors, p. 68-74. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Nail. Res. Inst. Aquacull., Nansei, Mie, 51 6-01 Japan| Paralichlhys olivaceus. 

95-005121 Kellogg, Karen A.; Jeffrey A. Marker!; Jay R. Stauffer, Jr., and Thomas D. Kocher. MICROSATELLITE 
VARIATION DEMONSTRATES MULTIPLE PATERNITY IN LEKKING CICHLID FISHES FROM LAKE MALAWI, 
AFRICA. Pmc R. Soc. Lond B Biol. Sci. 260{1357):79-84. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[School For. Resour., Pa. Slate Univ., Rm. 9, Ferguson Bldg., University Park 16802] Data for seven species. 

95-0051 22 Komen, ).; P. de Boer and C. ). ). Richter. MALE SEX REVERSAL IN GYNOGENETIC XX FEMALES 
OF COMMON CARP (CWRtNUS CARPIO L.) BY A RECESSIVE MUTATION IN A SEX-DETERMINING GENE. /. 
Hered 83(6);431-434. 1992. FR40{3) 

[Dep. Fish Cull. & Fish., Agric. Univ. Wageningen, P.O. Box 338, 6700 AH Wageningen, Netherlands] 

95-005123 Lee, Woo-Jai; Janet Conroy; W. Huntling Howell and Thomas D. Kocher. STRUCTURE AND 
EVOLUTION OFTELEOST MITOCHONDRIA!. CONTROL REGIONS J. Mo/. Era/. 41(1):54-66. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Kocher: Dep. Zool., Univ. N.H., Durham 03824] Data for 23 species. 

95-005 1 24 Liang, Yiu Hon; Christopher H. K. Cheng and King Ming Chan. CLONING OF A COMMON CARP 
INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR COMPLEMENTARY DNA. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an 
International Fish Physiology Symposium Held al the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 
16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 352-357. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Chan: Dep. Biochem., Chinese Univ., Shatin, NT., Hong Kong. Iel:852-609-G867; fax:852-603-5123] 
Cyprinus carp/o. 

95-0051 25 Linhart, O, and M. Flajshans. TRIPLOIDIZATION OF EUROPEAN CATFISH, SILURUS CtANIS L, 
BY HEATSHOCK./\quacu/t Res. 26(5):367-370. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Div. Biotech., Reprod. & Genet. Fish, Univ. Angers, CHRU, F-49033 Angers Cedex 01, France] 

95-005126 Linhart, O.; P. Kvasnlcka; M. Flajshans; A. Kasal; P. Rab; J. Palecek; V. Slechta; J. Hamackova and 
M. Prokes. GENETIC STUDIES WITH TENCH, J1NCA TINCA L.: INDUCED MEIOTIC GYNOGENESIS AND SEX 
REVERSAL. Aquacullure 1 32(3,4):239-251 . 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Res. Inst. Fish Cult. & Hydrobiol., Dep. Fish Genet. & Breeding, 389 25 Vodnnny, Czech Republic] 

95-005127 Maeda, Hiroshi; Kalsuloshl Watanabe and Yasuhiko Taki. GENETIC RELATIONSHIPS OF 
JAPANESE BAGRID CATFISHES. I. Tokyo Univ. Fish. 81(2):111-121. 1994. In English with Japanese summ. 
FR40(3) 

[Ogasawara Fish. Cent. Tokyo, Kiyose, Chichi-jima, Ogasawara, Tokyo 100-21, Japan) Pscudobagnts 
auranliacus, P. ichikawai, P. nudiceps, and P. tokiensis, 

95-0051 28 Matsubara, Kumi; Katsutoshi Aral and Ryo Suzuki. SURVIVAL POTENTIAL AND CHROMOSOMES 
OF PROGENY OF TRIPLOID AND PENTAPLOID FEMALES IN THE LOACH, MtSGUKNUS 
ANCUILUCAUDATUS. Aquaculture 131(1/2):37-48. 1995. FR40(3) 

|Arai: Grad. School Biosphere Sci., Hiroshima Univ., 4-4, 1-chomc, Kagamlyama, Hignshi-Hiroshima 724, 
Japan] 

95-005129 Mironovskiy, A. N. THE MORPHOLOGICAL DIVERGENCE OF ROACH, RUTILUS RUTILUS 
(CYPRINIDAE), POPULATIONS FROM SMALL BODIES OF WATER NEAR MOSCOW: THE QUESTION OF 
THE FORMATION OF "INDUSTRIAL RACES," /. Ichlhyol. 34(8):84-96. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Inst. Evol. Morphol. & Ecol. Anim., Russian Acad. Sci., Moscow, Russia] 

95-005130 Moav, Boaz. DEVELOPMENTAL AND MOLECULAR GENETICS IN FISH. Development in 
Vertebrate Embryos: Environmental, Parental, and Embryonic Interactions. Proceedings of the International Joint 
Meeting of the Society for Experimental Biology, American Society of Zoologists, and Canadian Society for Zoology, 
9-13 August 1992, Cambridge, England. Amos Ar and Carol Vleck, editors. Isr. I. Zool. 49(3-4):441-466. 1994. 
FR 40(3) 

]Dep. Zool., George S. Wise Fac. Life Sci., Tel Aviv Univ., Tel Aviv 69978, Israel] Dan/o rerio. 
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95-005131 Moore, Craig A.; Jeffrey D. Kiltilson; Stephanie K. Dahl and Mark A. Sheridan. ISOLATFONJ 
CHARACTERIZATION OF A cDNA ENCODING FOR PREPROSOMATOSTATIN CONTAINING! 
Cly L >SOMATOSTATIN-14 FROM THE ENDOCRINE PANCREAS OF RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHY^ 
MYKISS. Cm Comp. Endocrinol. 98(3}:253-261 . 1995. FR 40(3) 
|Dep. Zool. & Regul. Biosci. Cent., N.D. Slate Univ., Fargo 58105J 

95-005132 Moran, P.; A. M. Pendas; E. Carcia-Vazquez; J. I. Izquierdo and J. Lobun-Ccrvia. ESTIMATES 
CNE FLOW AMONG NEIGHBOURING POPULATIONS OF BROWN TROUT. /, Fish Biol. 4GMJ:59^ 
1995. FR 40{3) - 

|Dt>p. Biol. Fund. (Genet.), Univ. Oviedo, 33071-Oviedo, Spain] Sa/mo Irutta in Spain, 

95-005133 Mork, J. and M. Giaever. GENETIC VARIATION AT ISOZYME LOCI IN BLUE WMITINEi Ft 
THE NORTH-EAST ATLANTIC. I. Fish Biol. 46(3):462-468. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Biol. Sin., Bynesveien 46, N-701 8 Trondheim, Norway] Mkromesistius poutassou. 



v? D "fSnol n ,^TJi M " y R ' and Michael l Ryan ' LARGE BODV SIZE IN THE PYGMY SWORC1 
XIPHOPHQRUS PYGMAEUS. Biol. }. Linn. Soc. S4(4}:383-395. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Nal. Sci., Univ. Md., East. Shore Campus, Princess Anne 21 853-1 299] X. muft///rre<iti anil X 



Mulve y- Margaret; Cwen P. Keller and Gary K. Meffe. SINGLE- AND MUITJI'IE-LOQ 

^^ " OLBKOOKI M " 

[Unrv. Ca., Savannah River Ecol. Lab., Drawer E, Aiken, SC 29802. e-mail :mulveyesreJ.odu| 
95-005136 Myers, J. M.; D. J. Penman; Y. Basavaraju; S. F. Powell- P BaoDrasertknl- K I H-.,*,. w ton-* 

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FISHERY ZONE (PISCES, GADIFORMES ^CRoS)SVI HER |, B , 7 ?' CATCHD lf ^ THE TALCAHUAS 

wh En^ffh wmm. FR 40(3) rUKMW ' MA CROURIDAE).] Rev. Biol. Mar. 28(2):33 1-340. 1 9J3. In Sfri 

" Casilla 29 ^' Concepcion, Chile] Anttow ,, fraM in* 

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/""* IIX>mas P-; Andrew H. Dillman- N Phil D,,. 

AND GROWTH OF SIBLING CROUPS OF i i\ Elerson and E ^ Volk. SPATIAL ui.MKIHUIMJ. 
^EtFtRlWENTAL STREAM CHANNEL ran V , N [ LE COH O SALMON (OWXtRUYNClV 
Ft*,Urov. Wash., Sealtle 981 951 ' 72 ('2):2119-2123. 1994. FR 40(1) "i 

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GENETICS, VARIATION STUDIES AND HYBRIDIZATION (Continued) 

95-005145 Shiozawa, Dennis K. and R. Paul Evans. THE USE OF DNA TO IDENTIFY GEOGRAPHICAL 
ISOLATION IN TROUT STOCKS, Wild Trout V: Wild Trout in (he 2 1st Century, a Symposium Held at Yellowstone 
National Park, September 26-27, 1 994. Roger Barnhart, Bill Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p. 1 25-1 3 1 1 994 
FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zool., Brigham Young Univ., Provo, UT 84602] Oncorhynchus clarki, O, c. pleuriticus, O. c. bouvieri, 
and O. c. Utah in Ulali. 

95-005146 Sin, F. Y. T.; S. P. Walker; J. E. Symonds and I. L Sin. SPERM-MEDIATED GENE TRANSFER IN 
CHINOOK SALMON. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held 
at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, July J 6-21, 1994. Don D, MacKinlay, editor, p. 360-365. 

1994. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Zool., Univ. Canterbury, Private Bag 4800, Christchurch 1, New Zealand. Iel:03-3642-039; 
fax:64 -03-364202 4; e-mail:zool1 S7@csc.canlerbury.ac.nz] Oncor/iync/tus (s/iawyrscha. 

95-005147 Smouse, Peter E, and Carol J. Kobak. STATISTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF MOLECULAR DATA FOR 
MIXED STOCK FISHERY ANALYSIS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 65-66. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. Theoretical & Appl. Genet., Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick, N) 08903-023 1 . tel:908-932-1 1 20] Alosa 
sspiclissima in the Northwestern Atlantic Ocean. 

95-005148 Snudns, E.J.jJ.M. Gunrt and P. E.lhssen. PRESERVING BROOKTROUT DIVERSITY: THE AURORA 
TROUT. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 68-1 69. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Aquat. Ecosyst, Res. Seel, Onlario Minist. Nal. Resour., Dep. Biol., Lauren tian Univ., Sudbury, ON, Canada 
P3E 2C6. tel:705-688-1 1 39] Salvelinus fontinalis in Canada. 

95-005149 Sumantadinata, K. PRESENT STATE OF COMMON CARP [CYPRINUS CARl'IO I.) STOCKS IN 
INDONESIA. The Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, 
Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. Billatd and C. A. E. Gall, editors. Aquaculture 129(1-4):205-209. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Aquacult,, Fac, Fish., Bogor Agfic. Univ., Bogor 16610, Indonesia] 

95-0051 50 Thien, T. M. and T. D. Trong. GENETIC RESOURCES OF COMMON CARP IN VIETNAM. The Car/3. 
Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1 993. 
R. Billard and G. A. E. Gall, editors. Aquaculture 129(1-4):216. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
(Res. Inst. Aquacull. No. I, Dinh Bang-Tien Son, Ha Bac, Viclnaml Cyprinus carpio. 

95-005151 Thresher, Ronald E.; Craig H, Proctor and David Mills. PROBE MICROANALYS1S OF OTOLITHS 
AS A MEANS OF DETERMINING STOCK STRUCTURE: TRIALS IN A DEEPWATER MARINE FISH SPECIES. Am. 
Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 171. 1994. FR 40(3} 

[CSIRO Div. Fish., GPO Box 1538, Hobart, Tasm. 7001, Australia. tel:002/325222; 
e-mail:craig.proclor@ml,csiro.au| Hoploslethus atlanticus. 

95-0051 52 Toline, C. Anna and Allan). Baker. MOLECULAR VARIATION AMONG POPULATIONS OF DACE, 
PHOXINUS EOS: INVESTIGATING MICROEVOLUTIONARY PROCESSES. Am. Fish. Soc Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 
124. p. 169. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Univ. Toronto, Dep. Zool., 25 Harbord St., Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 1A1. tel:4 16-586-5523; 
e-mail :tolinc@zoo.utoronto.ca] 

95-005153 Irani, John M. ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE cDNA ENCODING THE SPINY 
DOGFISH SHARK (SQUALUS ACANTHIAS) FORM OF CYTOCHROME P450c1 7. /. Exp. Zool. 272(1):25-33, 

1995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Zool. & Physiol., 202 Life Sci. Bldg., La. Stale Univ., Baton Rouge 70803) 

95-005154 Tsai, Huai-Jen and Liang-Tung Yang. CLONING AND SEQUENCING OF THE cDNA ENCODING 
THE PITUITARY GONADOTROPIN II B-SUBUNIT OP YELLOWFIN PORGY (ACANTHQPAGRUS MTUS). ). Fish 
Biol. 46{3):501-508. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Insl. Fish. Sci., Nail. Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan 1 06] Data for nine other species. 

95-005155 Tsai, Huai-Jen; Su-Ru Shih; Ching-Ming Kuo and Lu-Ku Li. RETINAL PHOTORECEPTOR PROTEINS 
GENES OF COMMON CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO): MOLECULAR CLONING OF RHODOPSIN cDNA. High 
Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British 
Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly J6-2f, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 346-351. 1994. FR 40(3) 
(Inst. Fish. Sci., Nail. Taiwan Univ., 1 Roosevelt Rd, Sec. 4, Taipei, Taiwan 1 06. fax:886-2-3638483] 

95-005156 Tsujimura, Akio and Nobuhiko Taniguchi. |GENETIC DIFFERENCES IN SOME REPRODUCTIVE 
CHARACTERS FOUND BETWEEN LANDLOCKED AND AMPHIDROMOUS FORMS OF AYU PLF.COGLOSSUS 
ALT1VELIS ALTIVELIS.] Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi 61(2):165-169, 278. 1995. In Japanese with English summ. 
FR 40(3) 

[Wakayama Prefect. Freshwater Fish. Cent., Momoyama, Wakayama 649-61, Japan] 
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/ARIATION STUDIF<; AMr. uun, 

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Coastal Resour Insl falif PI , i ^^ as '' sfef, editor, p. 98-109. 1994. FR40CH 
Callbn*. lnsl ' ' Ml** State Uni,, San Lui s Obispo 93407, 



in O regon . n ct & E "". ". WW. 20th Si, New York, NY ,00, ,. ,ol :2 , MJ . 



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FISHERIES REVIEW 

BtHAVI OR (Continued) 

95-005169 Bean, C. W. and I. J. Winfield. HABITAT USE AND ACTIVITY PATTERNS OF ROACH (P.UTILUS 
RUJILUS (L)), RUDD (SCARD1NIUS ERYTHROPHTHALMUS (1.)), PERCH (PERCA FLUVIATILIS L.) AND PIKE 
{tSOX LUCIUS L) IN THE LABORATORY: THE ROLE OF PREDATION THREAT AND STRUCTURAL 
COMPLEXITY. Eco/. Freshwater Fish 4(1 ):37-46. 1 995. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(3) 
[Freshwater Biol. Assoc., Ferry House, Far Sawrey, Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 OLP, England] 

95-005170 Berglund, Anders. MANY MATES MAKE MALE PIPEFISH CHOOSY. Behaviour 132(3-4):213-218 
1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zoo!., Uppsala Univ., Viilav. 9, S-752 36 Uppsala, Sweden) Syngnat/ius typhle, 

05-0051 71 Brown, Granl E.; Douglas P. Chivers and R. Jan F. Smith. LOCALIZED DEFECATION BY PIKE- A 
RESPONSE TO LABELLING BY CYPRINID ALARM PHEROMONE? Behav, Eco/. Sodobtol, 36(2}:1 05-1 1 1 995 
J=R40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., Univ. Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N QWO] Pimcphales prome/as and Esox lucius. 

95-005172 Cain, Peter. NAVIGATION IN FAMILIAR ENVIRONMENTS BY THE WEAKLY ELECTRIC 
ELEPHANTNOSE FISH, CNAWONEMUS PETERS// L. (MORMYRIFORMES, TELEOSTE1). Ethology 99(4):332-349. 
1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. BioStruclure & Fund., Univ. Conn. Health Cent., Farmington 06030-3705] 

95-005173 Chivers, Douglas P.; Grant E. Brown and R. Jan F. Smith. ACQUIRED RECOGNITION OF 
CHEMICAL STIMULI FROM PIKE, ESOX LUCIUS, BY BROOK STICKLEBACKS, CULAEA INCONSTANS 
fOSTEICHTHYES, GASTEROSTEIDAE). Ethology 99(3):234-242. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., Univ. Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N OWO| Pimcphates protnelas. 

95-005174 Chivers, Douglas P. and R. Jan F. Smith. CHEMICAL RECOGNITION OF RISKY HABITATS IS 
CULTURALLY TRANSMITTED AMONG FATHEAD MINNOWS, PIMEPHALES PROMELAS (OSTEICHTHYES, 
CYPRINIDAE). Ethology 99(4):286-296, 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep, Biol,, 112 Science PL, Univ. Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N 5E2] 

95-005 1 75 Chivers, Douglas P. and R. Jan F. Smith. FATHEAD MINNOWS (PIMEPHALES PROMELAS) LEARN 
TO RECOGNIZE CHEMICAL STIMULI FROM HIGH-RISK HABITATS BY THE PRESENCE OF ALARM 
SUBSTANCE, fie/iav. Eco/. 6(2):155-158. 1995. FR40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., 112 Sci. PL, Univ. Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N 5E2] 

95-005176 Chivers, Douglas P.; Brian D. Wiscnden and R. Jan F. Smith. PREDATION RISK INFLUENCES 
REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOUR OF IOWA DARTERS, ETHEOSJOMA EXILE (OSTEICHTHYES, PERCIDAE}. 
Elho/ogy99(4):27B-285, 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol,, 1 1 2 Science PL, Univ. Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N 5E2] 

95-0051 77 Cole, Kathleen S, and Douglas Y. Shapiro. SOCIAL FACILITATION AND SENSORY MEDIATION 
OF ADULT SEX CHANCE IN A CRYPTIC, BENTHIC MARINE GOBY. ;. Exp. Mar. Biol. Eco/. 1 86(1 ):65-75. 1 995 
FR 40(3) 

JDep. Biol. Sci., Bishop's Univ,, Lennoxville, PQ, Canada J1 M 1 Z7] Coryphoptcrus glaucofracnum. 

95-0051 78 Contor, Craig R. and J. S. Griffith. NOCTURNAL EMERGENCE OF JUVENILE RAINBOW TROUT 
FROM WINTER CONCEALMENT RELATIVE TO LIGHT INTENSITY. Hydmbloloala 299{3):179-183. 1995 
FR40(3) 

[Griffith: Dep. Biol. Sci., Idaho State Univ., Pocatello 83209] Qncorhynchus mykiss in Idaho. 

95-0051 79 DeBlois, E. M.; G. A. Rose and C. R. Lilly. SCHOOLING BEHAVIOUR OFCOD (GADUS MORHUA) 
IN RESPONSE TO FORAGING ACTIVITY: AN INTEGRATION OF ACOUSTIC AND STOMACH CONTENT 
DATA./Un. Fish. Soc Annu. Mcet.Abstr. No. 124. p. 42. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish, & Oceans, Sci. Branch, P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1. tGl:709-772-2065; 
e-mail:deblois@nflorc.nwafc.nf.ca| Mallotas villosus. 

95-005 1 80 Dellefors, Claes and Jorgen I. Johnsson. FORAGING UNDER RISK OF PREDATION IN WILD AND 
HATCHERY-REARED JUVENILE SEA TROUT (SALMO 1RUTTA L.). Nord I. Freshwater Res. No. 70. p. 31-37 
1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zool., Univ. Goteborg, Medicinaregalan 18, S-413 90 Goleborg, Sweden] 

95-005 1 81 Doving, Kjell; Mari Marslol; Jon Roar Andersen and Jan Atle Knutsen. CHEMOKINESIS IN NEWLY 
HATCHED COD LARVAE (CADUS MORHUA L).Acta Phystol. Scand. 1 S3(4):31 A. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[Sect. Gen. Physiol., Dep. Biol., Univ. Oslo, P.O. Box 1051, N-031 6 Oslo, Norway] 

95-005182 Draud, Matthew J. and Murray Itzkowitz. INTERSPECIFIC AGGRESSION BETWEEN JUVENILES 
OF TWO CARIBBEAN DAMSELFISH SPECIES {GENUS STEGASTES), Cope/a 1995(2}:43 1-435. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Behav. & Evol. Biosci,, Lehigh Univ., Chandler-Ullmann #17, Bethlehem, PA 1 801 5] Pomacenl/us /eucost/'cius 
and P. diencaeus in Mexico. 

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BEHAVIOR (Continued) 

05-005226 Sirois, P. and D. Boisclair. THE INFLUENCE OF PREY BIOMASS ON ACTIVITY AND 
CONSUMPTION RATES OF BROOK TROUT./ fish Biol. 4G(5):787-805. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Boisclair: Univ. Montreal, Dep. Sci. Biol., C.P. 6120, Succursale Centre ville, Montreal, PQ, Canada H3C 
j|7| Saivelinus fontinalis. 

05-005227 Smith, Carl and Robert J. Wootton. THE COSTS OF PARENTAL CARE IN TELEOST FISHES Rev 
Biol. Fish. 5(1 ):7-22. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Inst. Biol. Sci., Univ. Wales, Aberyslwytli, Dyfed SY23 3DA, Wales] 

95-005228 Tatrai, I. and A. Herzig. EFFECT OF HABITAT STRUCTURE ON THE FEEDING EFFICIENCY OF 
/OUNGSTAGESOFRAZOR FISH (PELECUSCULTRA7US(L)): AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH. HydroWotajjia 
2 99(1};75-81. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Limnol. Res. Inst., H-8237 Tihany, Hungary] 

95-005229 Tyler, J. A. and D. P.CIapp. PERCEPTUAL CONSTRAINTS ON STREAM FISH HABITAT SELECTION: 
AFFECTS OF FOOD AVAILABILITY AND WATER VELOCITY, fool. Freshwater Fish 4(1):9-16. 1995. In English 
,vilh Spanish summ. FR 40(3) 

[Great Lakes Cent., Buffalo State Coll,, 1300 Elmwood Avc., Buffalo, NY ]A222\Rhinichthysatraiulus. 

35-005230 Tyler, William A, III. THE ADAPTIVE SIGNIFICANCE OF COLONIAL NESTING IN A CORAL-REEF 
FISH. An/in. Behav. 49(4):949-966. 1995, FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., Adams State Coll., Alamosa, CO 81 102] Abudefduf abdominalis. 

35-005231 Uiblein, Franz. EFFECTS OF VERTICAL PREY DISTRIBUTION ON THE FOOD-SEARCHING 
BEHAVIOUR OF DANUBE BLEAK CHALCALBURNUS CHALCOIDES MENTO. Space Partition Within Aquatic 
Ecosystems: Proceedings o( the Second International Congress of Limnology and Oceanography Held in f wan, 
France, May 25-28, 1993. Gerard Balvay. editor. Hytlrobiologia Vol. 300/301. p. 329-333. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
|Konrad Lorenz-lnst. Vgl, Verlmltensforsch., OAW, Savoyenslr. la, A-1 160 Vienna, Austria] 

35-005232 Werner, Robert G. and Michael J. Lannoo. DEVELOPMENT OF THE OLFACTORY SYSTEM IN 
FfSHES: IMPRINTING AND HOMING. Program and Abstracts, The Mew York Natural History Conference III, 
Apr// 13-Aprins, 1994. Gordon C Tucker, editor, p. 51. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Environ. & For. Biol,, SUNY Coll. Environ. Sci. & For., Syracuse, NY 13210] Catostomus commersoni. 

35-005233 Wickstcn, Mary K. ASSOCIATIONS OF FISHES AND THEIR CLEANERS ON CORAL REEFS OF 
BONAIRE, NETHERLANDS ANTILLES. Cope/a t995(2):477-4B1. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., Tex. A&M Univ., College Station 77fl43-3258| Bodianus nrfus, Jhatassotm bifasdatum, 
Gobiosoma cvefynae, and data for 43 other species. 

LIFE HISTORY-GENERAL WORKS 

95-005234 Bagarinao, Tcodora. THE NATURAL LIFE HISTORY OF MILKFISH. SEAFDEC Asian Aquacutl. 
1 6(3):3-6. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[SEAFDEC/AQD, P.O. Box 256, 5000 lloilo City, Plillippincs] Cftanos chsnos. 

95-005235 Brown, Larry R,; Scott A. Malern and Peter B. Moylo. COMPARATIVE ECOLOGY OF PRICKLY 
SCULPIN, COT7US ASPER, AND COASTRANGE SCULPIN, C MEU71CUS, IN THE EEL RIVER, CALIFORNIA. 
Environ. Bio/. Fishes 42(4):329-343. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[U.S. Geol. Surv,, 2800 Cottage Way, Rm. W-2233, Sacramento, CA 95025] 

95-005236 Burgner, Robert L. LIFE HISTORY OF SOCKEYE SALMON (QNCORHYNCHUS NERKA). In: Pacific 
Salmon Life Histories. C Croof. and L. MargolJs, editors, p. M 17, 2pl, 1991 . FR 40(3) 

D5-005237 Chen, Y. and H. H. Harvey. GROWTH, ABUNDANCE, AND FOOD SUPPLY OF WHITE SUCKER. 
Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 124(2):262-271. 199S. FR 40(3) 

[Harvey: Dep. Zool., Univ. Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 1 Al ] Calostomus commcisoni In Canada. 

9S-005238 Chittenden, Mark E., Jr. DISTRIBUTION AND MOVEMENTS OF BAY ANCHOVY, ANCHOA 
MtrCHILLI, IN THE DEEPER, OPEN WATERS OF THE MAINSTEM CHESAPEAKE BAY, VIRGINIA. Am. Ft$h. Soc, 
Annv. Meet. Abslr. No. 124. p. 113. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Coll. William & Mary, Va. Inst. Mar. Sci., Gloucester Point 23062. tel:004-642-7324] 

95-005239 Cochran, Philip A, and Joseph E. Marks. BIOLOGY OFTHE SILVER LAMPREY, ICHTHYQMYZON 
UNICUSPIS, IN GREEN BAY AND THE LOWER FOX RIVER, WITH A COMPARISON TO THE SEA LAMPREY, 
PETROMYZON MARINUS. Copela 1 995(2):409-42 1. 1995.FR4Q(3) 

[Div. Nat. Sci., Saint Norbert Coll., DePere, Wl 54115] Salvellnus fontinafis, Calostomus commersonij Loin 
iota, and Perca flavescens in Wisconsin. 

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LIFE HISTORY-GENERAL WORKS (Continued) 

L 5 ^An?r^ CunninBham ' Ceof S e R- REPRODUCTIVE ECOLOGY AND POPULATION STRUCTURE 
,nr , CUS MARCAK < T A> PEARL DACE, IN THE SANDHILLS OF NEBRASKA, Proc. Nebr. Acail. 5dA 
1 05. p. 24, 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
(Dep. Biol., Univ. Nebr., Omaha 68182] 

95-005241 Domanevsky, L. N. [SEA HORSES (MACRORHAMPHOSUS) IN THE CENTRAL-EAST ATLAKTt 
/ecology and fish Stocks in the East Atlantic Collective Papers.] Fisheries Committee of the Russian fechw:-. 
p. 133-142, 209. 1993, In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 



iSS^S Ji Ri 3nd S - L Shacl <ley. NOTES ON PORBEAGLE SHARKS, LAMNA NASUS, 

BKISTOL CHANNEL ), Fish Biol. 46(2):368-370. 1 995. FR 40(3) ! 

[Mar. Fish & Fish. Lab., School Biol. Sci., Univ. Coll. Swansea, Singleton Park, Swansea SA2 8PP, W*V 

icomber scombrus and C/upea harengus in England. r 

5 

DCD D ? rnandez " Del S ad ' Car!os and Mercedes Herrera. AGE STRUCTURE, GROWTH H r . 
SS??iJF riON F RUJILUS LEMMIN Ctl IN AN INTERMITTENT STREAM OF THE GUADALQUWIR RF.l 
BASIN, SOUTHERN SPAIN. Hydroblologia 299(3):207-213. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Zool. Sect., Dep. Anim. Biol, Sci. Fac, Univ. Cordoba, San Alberto Magno Ave., 1 4001 Cordoba, Spi'rj 

??5??r Fe/nandez-Delgado, C. and M. Herrera. AGE STRUCTURE, GROWTH AND REI-RODUCHOS! 
*,. ?f yREWA/cu SIN AN INTERMITTENT STREAM INTHE GUADALQUIVIR RIVER BASIN, SOUTHEl 
SPAIN, /. fish Biol. 46(3):371-380. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Zool. Sect., Dep. Anim. Biol., Sci. Fac., Univ. Cordoba, San Alberto Magno Ave,, 1 4004 Cordtiha, Spar 

FR S 45 F ' nley ' LCe ' FRESHWATER CATFIS HES OF NEW ENGLAND. Trap. Fish Hobbyist 4;)(9):!M)5. IS 
Wolurus insigfi/s, N. gyrinus, Ameiurus nebulows, A. me/as, A. natalis, A. calus, and iciaiurtrs punriaruif. 

95-005246 Grimes, C. B.; K. W. Able; D. C. Twichell and R. S. Jones. HABITAT ABUNDANCE t 
COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIPS OF TIIERSH. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet Abstr. No 124 p 26 19'M Fm 
(NMFS, 3500 DeKvood Beach Rd., Panama City, FL 32407. !el:904-234-6541l Lopholaiilus and CattltA 
in the North Atlantic Ocean. 

95-005247 Groot, C. and L. Margolis, editors. PACIFIC SALMON LIFE HISTORIES. Univ British Cotumbit 

l596p]1991.AvailableatS65.00(cloth:ISBNO-7748<)359-2)fromUniv.Bri l ishCoiL 1 mbi a PmV S " fiVM M 
Rd., Vancouver, 8C, Canada V6T 1 Z2. Iel : G04.822-3259; fax ; 604-a22-6083. FR 40(3) 
Oncoihynchus. Individual chapters indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-005246 Gurgel, Helio de Castro Bezerra; Ccraldo Barbieri and Lisandro Juno Scares Vinin I POPI 
BIOLOGY OF JACUNDA, CRENICICHIA UP1DO7A (HECKEL, 1840) [PERCIFORMK nrHI nil . 
REDONDA RESERVOIR, NIZ.A FLORESTA, RIO GRANDE DONoSiK^^^ 
Portuguese with English summ. FR40H3) - n^oo/.ojo IM,. 

|Univ. Fed. Rio Grande do Norte, Dep. Bot., Ecol. & Zool., 59072-970 Natal, RN, Brazil] 
95-005249 Hatlori, Akihisa. COEXISTENCE OF TWO ANEMONEFISHFS 

* WH ' CH UTIUZE E SAME HOST SEA SS 



[Cent. Ecol. Res., Kyoto Univ., Shimosakamoto. Otsu, Shiga 520-01 Japan) 






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LIFE HISTORY-GENERAL WORKS (Continued) 

95-005254 Hulberl, Richard C., Jr.; Gary S. Morgan' and S. David Webb, editors. PALEONTOLOGY AND 
GEOLOGY OF THE LEISEY SHELL PITS, EARLY PLEISTOCENE OF FLORIDA. Bull. Flu. Mus. Nat. Hist. 
37(pl.l&2):1-660. 1995. Papers in English with Spanish summ. FR 40(3) 

[Dcp. Geol., Ga. Soulh. Univ., Statesboro 31460-8149] Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries 
Review. 

95-005255 Jamet, lean-Louis. REPRODUCTION, CONDITION AND FOOD OF ADULT ARCTIC CHARR 
(SALVEUNUS ALPINUS, L.) IN LAKE PAVIN (MASSIF CENTRAL, FRANCE). Space Partition Within Aquatic 
Ecosystems: Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Limnology and Oceanography Held in Cvian, 
France, May 25-28, 1993. Gerard Balvay, editor. Hydrobiohgis Vol. 300/301 . p. 279-288. In English with French 
summ. FR 40(3) 

[Univ. Blaise Pascal, Lab. Zool.-Protistol,, Blol. comp. Protistes, URA CNRS 138, 63177 Aubiere Cedex, 
France] 

95-005256 Johnson, Jerald R.; Mark C. Belk and Dennis K. Shiozawa. AGE, GROWTH, AND REPRODUCTION 
OF LEATHERSIDE CHUB (GILA COPE/). Great Basin Nat. 55{2):1 83-187. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
|Dep. Zool., Brigham Young Unlv,, Provo, UT 84602] 

95-005257 Kato, Fumihiko. LIFE HISTORIES OF MASU AND AMAGO SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS MASOU 
AND ONCORHYNCHUS RHODURUS}. In: Pacific Salmon Life Histories. C Groat and L Margolis, editors. 
p. 447-520, 2pl. 1991. FR 40(3) 

95-005258 Kempinger, James J. THE HABITAT, GROWTH AND FOOD HABITS OF FINGERLING LAKE 
STURGEON IN THE LAKE WINNEBAGO SYSTEM, WISCONSIN. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. 
p. 97. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Nal. Resour., Bur. Res., Univ. Wis., Halsey Sci. Cent., Oshkosh 54901 1 Acipenser (ulvescens. 

95-005259 Kulcsz, Joanna. SEASONAL BIOLOGY OF NOTOTHENIA GIBBERIFRONS, N. ROSSI AND 
TREMATOMUS NEWNESI, AS WELL AS RESPIRATION OF YOUNG FISH FROM ADMIRALTY BAY (KING 
GEORGE, SOUTH SHETLAND ISLANDS). Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 41(1 ):79-l 02. 1 994. In English with Polish summ, 
FR40(3) 

(Cent. Mar. Biol., Polish Acad. Sci., Sw. Wojciecha 5, fll-347 Gdynia, Poland] N. nudifmns, N. nejjlecta, and 
T. euiepidotus. 

95-005260 Kuzishchin, K, V. and G. G. Novikov. MORPHOECOLOGICAL DIFFERENTIATION OF ATLANTIC 
SALMON, SALMO SALAR, AND SEA TROUT, S. 7RUTTA, JUVENILES IN SMALL STREAMS OF NORTHERN 
KARELIA./. Ichthyol. 34(0):72-83. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Biol. Fac., Moscow Slate Univ,, Russia] 

95-005261 Lein, Gregory M. and Dennis R. DcVries. QUANTIFYING ADULT PADDLEFISH 
CHARACTERISTICS IN TWO ALABAMA RIVER TRIBUTARIES; A DISTINCT POPULATION? Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. 
MeetAbstr. No. 124. p. 183. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacult., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849. tol:205-844-93l; 
e-mail:ddevries@ag.auburn.edu] Polyodon spathula. 

95-005262 Leslichcva, T. S. and A. Y. Zhuikov. [STUDY OF FISHES.] Moscow "Sci.", Acad. Sci., USSR 10p. 
1989. In Russian. FR 40(3) 
Dnia for 57 species. 

95-005263 Lin Jingqi. [ECOLOGY AND RESOURCES OF THREE KINDS OF CODS.] Mar. Sci. (Qlngdao) 
1994(2):25-29. 1994. In Chinese. FR 40(3) 

Tneragra cbafcogramma, Cat/us morhus, and Me/anogram/nus aeg/efinus. 

95-005264 Lin Jingqi. [ON THE ECOLOGICAL CHARACTER AND RESOURCES OF THE CAPLIN, 
MYCTOPHIDS AND SAND LAUNCES.] Mar. 5d. (Qlngdao) 1 994(4):23-25. 1 994. In Chinese. FR 40(3) 
Maltotus villosus and Ammodylcs pcrsonatus, 

95-005265 Liu Jiafu; Weng Zhongchai; Tang Xiaogang; Guan Jinzang; Slii Xuewen and Hong Gangchunn, 
[TAGGING TECHNIQUES OF PSEUDOSCIAF.NA CROCHA (RICHARDSON) IN GUANJINGYANG SEA AREA 
AND A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON ECOLOGICAL HABITS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF EARLYTAGGED FISH.] 
Mar. Sci. (Ojngdito) 1 994(5):53-58. 1 994. In Chinese with English summ, FR 40(3) 
[Fish, Inst. Ningde Prefecture, Fujian 352100, China] 

95-005266 Martinov, V. G, edilor. (SALMON OF THE TRIBUTARIES OF THE PECHORA BASIN. ECOLOGY, 
MORPHOLOGY, AND REPRODUCTION,] Akacl. Naufc USSR (Moscow) 1 27p, 1 984. In Russian. FR 40(3} 

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LIFE HISTORY-GENERAL WORKS (Continued) ' 

STUD?E 2 S & AT (^ C R^A H TrnM h rS Brown and Cordon F ' Har 'n. A REVIEW Of WINTER HAD.!'"' 

D RECTONS FO ^FUTURE RFSFARrH 1 ^ C r L , U c MB ' A: (MPLICAT| ONS TO HABITAT MANAGEMENTS 

IR^ n */ I URERK ^ RC ^^-^. Soc. Annu. Meet. AbstrMo. 124. p. 141. 19g4.FR4H : 

|B,ol. Dep., Mont. State Univ., Bozeman 59717. te l:40G-994- 2 492| Oncorhynchus toulch. \ 

?N TH"SA B N F^AN 8 cis e co B^ 

tel'9li.97n4fiiil piS'/iT'' Sacrai " enl , F 'eld Off., 2800 Cottage Way, Sacmnmnlo, CA 
California I ] P g '" C/lt/I >' s "wrolepldot*. Hypomws transpaclLs, and SpMw "-'^ 



Kilajima. SALINITY TOLERANCE OF THE \ 

,r- , D . , r "H- 1- tec. Agric. Kyushu Unt'v. 39(l-2):25-.'13. 19! 

|Hsh. Res. Lab., Fac. Agric, Kyushu Univ., Fukuoka 81 1-33, Japan] 

t, Jr. OVERVIEW OF THE GEOLOGY AND VERTEfllW 
"*" r '" COUNTy, FLOR13 

c. f-fci^Jtvt, ;*., cio. 

with SpjnJsliiinv 



[Mus. Nat. Hist., 1801 Mountain Rd. NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104-137SJ 
CROH RAreTTSTA^ AMana - PACIF ' C HAGF ' SH 

l; ^NO !u4 P ^?iS5i D F3, POPULATION SIZE 

[Biol. Sci. Dep., Calif. Polylech. Univ., San Luis Obispo 93407. 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

LIFE HISTORY-GENERAL WORKS (Continued) 

95-005281 Scudder, Sylvia J.; Erika H. Simonsand Gary S. Morgan. CHONDRICHTHYES AND OSTEICHTHYES 
FROM THE EARLY PLEISTOCENE LEISEY SHELL PIT LOCAL FAUNA, H1LLSBOROUCH COUNTY, FLORIDA. 
Pa/eonfo/ogy and Geology of the Leisey Shell Pits, Early Pleistocene of Florida. Richard C Hulbert, Ir., Gar/ S. 
Morgan, and S. David Webb, editors. Bull. Ha. Mus. Nat. Hist. 37(pt.1):25 1-272. 1995. In English with Spanish 
summ. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. AnthropoU Mus. Nat. Hist., P.O. Box 1 1 7800, Gainesville, FL 3261 1-78001 

95-005282 Sharps, Cameron S.; Carl B. Sctireck and Walton W. Dickhoff. SMOLTIFICATION STRATEGIES IN 
WILD SPRING CHINOOK SALMON: IMPLICATIONS FOR AQUACULTURE. High Performance Fish: 
Proceed/figs of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, 
Canada, July J 6-21 1994. Don D.MscKinlay, editor, p. 68-70. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Coop. Fish. Res. Unit, Oreg. Slate Univ., Dep. Fish. & Wildl. 1 04 Nash Hall, Corvallis 9733 1 . tel:503-73 7-453 1; 
fax:503737-3590; e-maibharpec@ucs.orsl.edui Oncorhynchus (shawytsc/ta in Washington. 

95-005283 Sung, Stan. COLLECTING HERICHTHYS (JHERAPS) TUBA Trop. Fish Hobbyist 43(9):126-130. 
1995, FR40(3) 

95-005284 Thiesing, M. A. and G. Dale. SPATIAL PREFERENCE AND FEEDING HABITS OF NOTROPIS 
AMOENUS: TEST FOR COMPETITION. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference, Ami? 
20-22, J990. Daniel P. Molloy, compiler. N.Y. State Mus. Ore. 54:53. 1990. FR 40(3) 

95-005285 Thompson, Carolyn and John Stevens. A WHALE OF A SHARK. Line/scope (W.A.) 10(2):28-34. 
1 994-95. FR 40(3) 

Rhincodon typus in Australia. 

95-005286 Tucker, Gordon C., editor. PROGRAM AND ABSTRACTS, THE NEW YORK NATURAL HISTORY 
CONFERENCE III, APRIL 1 3-APRIL 1 6, 1 994. N.Y. State Mus. 75p. 1 994. Available from Stale Mus., Albany, NY 
1 2230. FR 40(3) 

[Biol. Sutv., State Mus., Albany, NY 1 2230) Selected abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-005287 Tupper, M. and R. G. Boulilier. SIZE AND PRIORITY AT SETTLEMENT DETERMINE GROWTH 
AND COMPETITIVE SUCCESS OF NEWLY SETTLED ATLANTIC COD, Mar. Ceo/. Prog. Ser. 1 18(1-3):295-3()0. 
1995. FR40{3) 

[Rellairs Res, Inst. McGill Univ., St. James, Barbados] Gadus morhua in Nova Scotia. 

95-005288 Tzeng, W.-N.; P.-W. Cheng and F.-Y. Lin. RELATIVE ABUNDANCE, SEX RATIO AND POPULATION 
STRUCTURE OFTHE JAPANESE EEL ANGUILIA IAPONICA IN THE TANSHUI RIVER SYSTEM OF NORTHERN 
TAIWAN. /.F/s/iBM 46(2):183-2Q1. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Zool., Nail. Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan 1061 7] Data for 41 species. 

95-005289 van Zwieten, Paul A. M, BIOLOGY OF THE CARDINALFISH CLOSSAMIA CIELLERUI'I 
(PERCIFORMES: APOGONIDAE) FROM THE SEPIK-RAMU RIVER BASIN, PAPUA NEW GUINEA, Environ, flto/. 
fis/ies42(2):161-179. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish., P.O. Box 740005, Nchelenge, Zambia] 

95-005290 Weeks, Stephen C. COMPARISONS OF LIFE-HISTORY TRAITS BETWEEN CLONAL AND SEXUAL 
flSH (POECILIOPStS: POECILIIDAE) RAISED IN MONOCULTURE AND MIXED TREATMENTS. Evol. Eml. 
9(3):2 58-274. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Univ. Akron, Dep. Biol., Akron, OH 44325-3908| 

95-005291 Wisenden, Brian D. FACTORS AFFECTING REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN FREE-RANGING 
CONVICT CICHLIDS (CICHIASOMA NIGROFASCIATUM). Can. I. Zool. 72(1 2):21 77-21 85. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Biol., Univ. Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N OWO] 

95-005292 Zeldis, John R.; Paul J. Grimes and Jonathan K. V. Ingerson. ASCENT RATES, VERTICAL 
DISTRIBUTION, AND A THERMAL HISTORY MODEL OF DEVELOPMENT OF ORANGE ROUCIHY, 
HOPLOS7ETHUS A7LANTICUS, EGGS IN THE WATER COLUMN. U.S. Nat/. Mar. Fish. Scrv. Fish. Hi;//. 
93(2}:373-385. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[MAF Fish., Greta Point, Box 297, Wellington, New Zealand] 

POPULATION STUDIES, PRODUCTION, RECRUITMENT, ETC. 

95-005293 Beaumont, W. R. C,; J, S. Welton and M. Ladle. COMPARISON OF ROD CATCH DATA WITH 
KNOWN NUMBERS OF ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SAIAR) RECORDED BY A RESISTIVITY FISH COUNTER 
IN A SOUTHERN CHALK STREAM. Catch Effort Sampling Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater Fisheries 
Management. Papers from the Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April (990. Ian G. Cowx, editor, p. 49-60, 
1 991. FR 40(3) 

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" PR ??^[' ON ' RECRU 'ENT, ETC. (Continued) 

" FAILURE IN BLUEGILL I'ONDS. . 



Ann Arbor, M, 48,09-1084, iol: 3 . 3-66J.HH 

W " Ta * r FACTORS AFFECTING THE RCCRUUMNT C* 

1994 FR 40(3) BAY ' LAKE HUROH Am ~ Fish ~ Soc - An - M <*<- Abstr. No. 1 24 ' 



[Dep. Fish. & Wildl., Mich. State Univ., East Lansing 48824. tefcSI 7-353.6697] Osmew rmmAix, 

5 A^MA?S^^ 

I2IA MainSl Mnrhn 2 F E A / ON DYFI ' M 'D'WALES./. ftft B/oM6(4)r703-7H, 1 "J!J!i. F K .1(J|!I 
U i A. Mam St., Mochrum, Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire DG8 9LY, Scotland) 

|lnst. Oceanagr., Univ. Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria] ' ' 

95-005300 Galaklionova, A. I. [REGULARITIES OF TUP VA/CCT ACH.^.L, . 

DISTRIBUTION IN THE CENTRAL-EASTATLANTiri fr ^ KJ ' M ^ N HORSE-MACKEREL l'( M'UIAV^ 

Papers./ f/shenes Qnm,- B ?iA e Z^S^ C Sf ^SJ % I" S>* East AtM '' "^ 
FR 40(3) uei a,ion p. 125-133, 208. 1993. In Russian wllli E:ii|ilM> su' - 

Trachuruj trecae. 

^ OF A WH, Sill * 



'- Dep ' " te - Co-ell Univ., ,, h aca, NY M8 53 M c/pc,, s< , ,,>, 



s . . 

RIVER HERRING ToS K^u?lf F R ESTIMA TING Till! RHA1IV 

* 1N <:< 




., Univ. Mass., HoWsworth Hall, AmluTM <)| W l 






and L N - Se nina. IEVAI IMTION (B 

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95-005307 Morgan, M. Joanne; Claude A. Bishop and James W. Baird. TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIATION 
IN ACE AND LENGTH AT MATURITY IN COD IN DIVISIONS 2| AND 3KL. Collection of Papers Related to 
Northern Cod anil Seals in NAFO Divisions 2) and 3KL: Papers Presented to the Scientific Council - 1993. T. 
Amaratunga, editor. Northwest All. Fish. Organ. Sci. Counc. Stud. No. 21 . p. 83-89, 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Northwest All. Fish. Cent., P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1 j Cac/us 
rnorhua in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean. 

95-005308 Myers, R. A.; N. J. Barrowman and K. R. Thompson. SYNCHRONY OF RECRUITMENT ACROSS 
THE NORTH ATLANTIC: AN UPDATE. (OR, "NOW YOU SEE IT, NOW YOU DON'T."} fnl Counc fop/or. 5ea 
J. Mar. 5ci.52(1):103-l 10. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Sci. Branch, P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1 ] Clupea harengus, Cadus 
mor/iu.i, and Melanogrammus aeglcfinus. 

95-005309 Neill, William H.; John M. Miller; Henk W. van dor Veer and Kirk O. Winemiller ECOPHYSIOLOGY 
OF MARINE FISH RECRUITMENT: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING PATTERNS IN 
TIME AND SPACE. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at 
the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-2], 1994. Don D. MacKintay editor p 29-31 
1994. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Wildt. & Fish. Sci., Tex. A&M Univ. Sysl., College Station, 77843-2258. lel-409-845-5777- 
fax:409-8 45-3 786| 

95-005310 Nesterov, A. A. [ICHTHYOPIANKTON DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE VARIATIONS AS 
FACTORS AFFECTING THE LONG-TERM VARIABILITY OF PELAGIC FISH STOCKS IN THE PERUVIAN AREA 
Of THE SOUTH-EAST PACIFIC OCEAN.] (Fisheries Researches in the Atlantic and Southern Pacific Oceans. 
Collected Volume of Scientific Papers.] Fisheries Committee of the Russian Federation, p. 1 24-1 38, 256. 1 993. In 
Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 



95-00531 1 Newberger, T, A. and E. D. Houde, POPULATION BIOLOGY OF BAY ANCHOVY ANCHOA 
MITCHILLI IN THE MID CHESAPEAKE BAY. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 1 !6(1-3):25-37. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Houde: Univ. Md. Syst,, Cent. Environ. & Estuarine Studies, Chesapeake Biol. Lai).. P.O. Box 3(1, Solomons 
206S&] 

95-0053 1 2 Polak, Kalherine E.; Joseph E, Hightower and Kenneth H. Pollock. ESTIMATING ABUNDANCE OF 

GULF STURGEON IN THE APALACHICOLA RIVER, FLORIDA, USING CAPTURE-RECAPTURE METHODS. /\m 
Fish. Soc.Annu. MceiAbstr. No. 124. p. 34, 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Coop. Fish &Wildl. Res. Unit, Dep. Zool.,N.C. Stale Univ., Raleigh 27695-761 7. tol;91 9-51 5-2631 \Adpcnser 
oxyrhynchus desotoi, 

95-005313 Rulherford, Edward S. and Edward D. Houde, THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON 
COHORT-SPECIFIC GROWTH, SURVIVAL, AND RECRUITMENT OF STRIPED BASS, MORONF. SAXATIUS 
LARVAE IN CHESAPEAKE BAY. U.S. Nat/. Mar. Fish. Setv. Fish. Hull. 93(2):315-332. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|lnsl. Fish. Res., Dep. Nal. Resour., 212 Museums Annex Bldg., 1 1 09 N. University St., Ann Arbor, Ml 481 09] 

95-005314 Sedlctskaya, V. A. [ABUNDANCE TRENDS OF FISH AT EARLY STAGES OFF SHERBRO.j {Ecology 
and Fish Stocks in the East Atlantic. Collective Papers.] Fisheries Committee of the Russian Federation p. 88-100, 
206-207. 1993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(1) Dccapfcrus rhonchus, 0. punctatus, Chloroscornlmis 
chiysutust Jrachurus trecae, Sardinella maderensis, S. aurita, and Hoops hoops in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean. 

95-005315 Talimicri, N. EFFECTS OF MICROHABITAT CHARACTERISTICS ON THE SETTLEMENT AND 
RECRUITMENT OF A CORAL REEF FISH AT TWO SPATIAL SCALES. Oecotogfe (Heltietb.) 1 02(1 ):52-63. 1 995. 

[Dep. Biol. Sci., Univ. Windsor, Windsor, ON, Canada N9B 3P4| Pomaccntrus planifrons in the Virgin Islands. 

SPAWNING HABITS AND MOVEMENTS, FECUNDITY, ETC. 

95-005316 Ahnesjo, Ingrid. TEMPERATURE AFFECTS MALE AND FEMALE POTENTIAL REPRODUCTIVE 

RATES DIFFERENTLY IN THE SEX-ROLE REVERSED PIPEFISH, SYNCNATHUSTYPHLE.tichav.Ecol. 6(2):229-233 

1995.FR40(3) 

[Dep, Zool., Uppsala Univ., Villavagen 9, S-752 36 Uppsala, Sweden) 

95-00531 7 Alekseev, F. E.; E. I. Aleksecvna; E. I. Ryasantsevna and S. N. Lobov. (COMPARATIVE STUDY OF 
EGG PRODUCTION FOR THREE COMMON HORSE-MACKEREL GENERA TRACHURUS.] {Ecology and Fish 
Slocks in the East Atlantic. Collective Papers.] Fisheries Committee of the Russian Federation p. 71-88, 206. 1 993 
In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 

95-00531 & Allen, Bob. BREEDING SYNODONTIS MULTIPUNCTAJUS. Trop. Fish Hobbyist 43(1 0):1 46-1 62. 
1995. FR 40(3) 

Pseudotropheus zebra. 

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SPAWNING HABITS AND MOVEMENTS, FECUNDITY, ETC. (Continued) 

95-005319 Almada, Vilor C. and Ricardo Serrao Santos. PARENTAL CARE IN THE ROCKY 
CASE STUDY OF ADAPTATION AND EXAPTATION IN MEDITERRANEAN AND ATLANTIC 
Fish Bio/. Fish. 5(1):23-37. 1995. FR 10(3) 

(Santos: Univ. Acores, Dep. Oceanogr. & Pescas, PT-9900 Horta (Acores), Portugal! Dala * or ^ s^ , 

95-005320 Asano, Hirotoshi and Yoshikazu Kubo, [SPAWNING FORM ESTIMATED BY MEANS <v 
COLLECTED SAMPLES IN THE JAPANESE WHITING.] Mem. Fac. Agric. Kinki Univ. No. 28. p. 51-Gl), ^ 
Japanese with English summ. FR 40(3} ^ 

(Lab. Fish BioL, Dep. Fish., Kinki Univ., Nakamachi, Nara 631, Japan] Sillago japonica in llie ]'acifl c ^ 

95-005321 Baggerman, Bertha. STICKLEBACKS. In: Reproductive Seasonally Scasonality i'n T 
Environmental Influences. Angus D. Munro, Alexander P. Scott, and 7. 1. Lam, editors, p. 79-107. 1991). F'' 



95-005322 Baras, E. THERMAL RELATED VARIATIONS OF SEASONAL AND DAILY Sl^ 
PERIODICITY IN BARBUS BARBUS.I. Fish Biol. 46(5):915-917. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Univ. Liege, Lab. Fish Demog. & Aquacult., 10, Chemin de la Justice, B-4500Tihange, 



95-005323 Berlinsky, David L; Mary C. Fabrizio; John F. O'Brien and Jennifer L Specker, AGE-AT-f^ $ 
ESTIMATES FOR ATLANTIC COAST FEMALE STRIPED BASS. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. ^24(2).2(}7^ . 
FR 40(3) 

(Dep, Zool., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 276951 Moione saxatitis in Rhode Island. 



95-005324 Boreman, John and R. Ian Fletcher. USING EGG SURVEY DATA TO DETERMINE 
PATTERNS OF FISHES. /\m. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 124. p. 153. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[UMass/NOAA CMER Program, Blaisdell House, P.O. Box 30820, Univ. Mass., Ainhifrsl d 1 QO i o).: 
tel:4 13-545-2842) Mororie saxati/is and Alosa sapidissima in New York. 

95-005325 Bye, Victor ). TEMPERATE MARINE TELEOSTS. In: Reproductive Seasonally i 7c ^ 
Enviionmenial Influences. Angus D. Munro, Alexander P. Scott, and T. I. Lam, editors, p. 125-1 'IS. 1 !)'J(i H f^4.: 
Data for 25 species in the North Sea. 

95-005326 Carmichael, John T.; Steven L. Haescker and Joseph E. Hightower. EFFECTS OP Fl( j w A 
TEMPERATURE ON SPAWNING MIGRATION BEHAVIOR OF ALBEMARLE SOUND-ROANOKE R" 
STRIPED BASS. Am. fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr, No. 1 24. p. 36. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res. Unit., Box 761 7, N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 2 7&95-761 7. (el:9 1 0*5 1 5-2(rt } \ .f fl - 
saxaiilit in North Carolina. 5 

95-005327 Casselman, John M. EFFECT OF SPAWNING TIME ON THE SURVIVAL AND DEVCI OI'MFNF- 
LAKE TROUT EGGS AND FRY IN EASTERN LAKE ONTARIO. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. l ~j 4 p - 
1994. FR 40(3) '* *' h ' 

(Ontario Minist. Nat. Resour., Res., Sci. & Technol. Branch, Aquat. Ecosyst. Res. Sect., Glcnora Fish Srn I 
4, Picton, ON, Canada KOK 2TO. tel:613-47&.2400] Salvetinus namaycush. ' ' ' 



r Art El . and Denis GilbwL EFFECTS OF TIDAL S 

MIGRATING ATLANTIC MACKEREL Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet Abstr. No. 124 p 93 1994 FR '1(l('tJ 
[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Maurice-Lamonlagne Inst., Mont-Joli, PQ, Canada) Scomber sco/nbnw in Can adi 



E Chillenden - Jr- REPRODUCTIVE BJOLOGY OF SPASJ 
124 p 1 U S, IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Afc-W. 



(Coll. Wiliam & Mary, Va. Inst. Mar. Sci., Gloucester Point 23062. tel:fl04-642-73 1 6| 



'SSS MiE^^ LUNAR PHASE AND DAWNING AC.HV.TV C 
N DISTR1BUT ION OF LARVAE. Itott. 



(Mar. Res. b,, Dep. Environ. Prot., 100 Eighth Ave. SE, Si. Petersburg, FL 33701-S095] 

0^ F'SH REPRODUCTIC3N IN T- 
fc foffleote Pam] 
English summ. FR 40(3) 



FlFMT: T SPAWNINGS AREAS OF T- 

124-p. M. 1W4. FR 40t3) S ' N THE ATLAN TIC OCEAN. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Moot. *** ^ 

. Kearneysvil, e , WV 25430. t el:304-72 5 ^^<, r 



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95-005333 Ellis,). R. and S.E.Shackley. OBSERVATIONS ON EGG-LAYING INTHETHORNBACK RAY / Fish 
Biot. 46{5):903-904. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Mar. Fish & Fish. Lab,, School Biol. Sci., Univ. Wales, Swansea, Singleton Park, Swansea SA2 8PP, Wales] 
Raja cfavata. 

95-005334 Fitzsimons, John; Joe Leach; Steve Nepszy and Floyd Cornelius. EFFECTS OF ZEBRA MUSSELS ON 
THE SPAWNING HABITAT OF WALLEYE AND LAKE TROUT IN LAKE ERIE AND LAKE ONTARIO Am Fish 
Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 174-175. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Burlington, ON, Canada L7R 4A6. tel:416-3364B65| Salvelinus namaycush and 
Stizostedion vitreum. 

95-005335 Gillet, C, and ). P. Dubois. A SURVEY OF THE SPAWNING OF PERCH (PERCA FLUVIAJILI^) PIKE 
(E50X LUCIUS), AND ROACH (RUTILUS RUTILUS), USING ARTIFICIAL SPAWNING SUBSTRATES IN LAKES, 
Space Partition Within Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Limnology and 
Oceanogiaphy Held in Evian, France, May 25-28, 1993. Gerard Balvay, editor. Hydrobiotoaia Vol. 300/301 
p, 409-4 15. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|)NRA, Sin. Hydrobiol, Lacustre, B.P. 51 1, 74203 Thonon-les-Bains Cedex, France] 

95-005336 Grllet, Christian; Jean P. Dubois and Stephane Bonnet, INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND SIZE 
OF FEMALES ON THETIMINC OF SPAWNING OF PERCH, PERCA FLUVIA7ILIS, IN LAKE GENEVA FROM 1 904 
TO 1993. Env/Von. Blot. Fishes 42(4):355-363. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

JStn. Hydrobiol. Lacustre, INRA - 74203 Thonon cedex, France! 

95-005337 Green, Richard F. and David L G. Noakes. IS A LITTLE BIT OF SEX AS GOOD AS A LOT! / 7/ieor 
Biol. 1 74( 1 ):87-96. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Math. & Stat., Univ. Minn., Duluih 55812] Rivutus marmoratus. 

95-005338 Hontela, Alice and Norman E. Stacey, CYPRINIDAE. In: Reproductive Seasonally in Teleosts: 
Environmental Influences. Angus D. Munro, Alexander P. Scott, and T. }. Lam, editors, p. 53-77. 1 990. FR 40(3) 

95-005339 Hopkins, Todd E.; Maxwell B. Eldridge and Joseph J. Cech, Jr. METABOLIC COSTS OF VIVIPARITY 
IN VELLOWTAIL ROCKFISH, SEBASJES FLAVIDUS. Environ. Biol. Fishes 43{1);77-84. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

|UnJv. Miami, Div. Mar. Biol. & Fish., Rosenstiel School Mar. & Almos. Studies, 4GOO Rickenbackor Causeway 
Miami, FL33149-1098] 

95-005340 lida, Kohji; Tohru Mukai; Doojin Hwang; Tomoko Hayakawa and Yukibiro Matsuyama. 
(ACOUSTIC OBSERVATION OF SPAWNING WALLEYE POLLOCK 7HERACRA CHALCOGRAMMA AND 
HYDROGRAPHIC CONDITION IN FUNKA BAY.) Nippon Suisan GMaishi 61 (1 );27-34. 1 995. In Japanese with 
EngFishsiimm. FR 40(3) 

[Fac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ., Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan| 

95-005341 ll'ina, L. V. (DIFFERENCES IN TEMPERATURE AND OXYGEN REGIMES IN SOCKEYE SALMON 
NEST ON SPAWNING GROUNDS OF VARIOUS KINDS.] /flio/ogy of Shelf and Anadromous Fish Species. 
Collection of Scientific Papers.) V. N. tvankov, editor. Mar. Biol. (Vladivostok) Suppl. p, 27-32. 1 990. In Russian 
with, English summ. FR 40(3) 

Oncorhynchus nerka in Russia. 

95-005342 Irwin, Elise R. and Phillip W. Bettoli. INTRODUCED CLUI'EIDS IN A SOUTHERN RESERVOIR: 
MORE EVIDENCE FOR SYSTEM-SPECIFIC REPRODUCTIVE STYLES. Environ, liiol. Fishes 42(2);151-159, 1995. 
FR4D(3) 

[Dep. Zool,, N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27695] Atosa pseudoharenmis and Dorosoma petencnsc in Tennessee, 

95-005343 Ismen, All. FECUNDITY OF WHITING, MERLANGIUS MERLANGUS EUXINUS (L.) ON THE 
TURKISH BLACK SEA COAST. Fish. Res, (Amst.) 22(3,4):309-318. 1995. FR 40(3) 
(Insl. Mar, Sci., Middle East Tech. Univ., P.O, Box 28 33731, Erdemli-lcel, Turkey] 

95-005344 Koya, Yasunori; Tomonori Hamatsu and Takabiro Matsubara. ANNUAL REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE 
AND SPAWNING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FEMALE KICHIJI ROCKFISH SF.BASTOLOBUS MACROCHIR. 
Fish. Sci. 61(2):203-208. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Hakkaido Nail. Fish. Res. Inst., Fish. Agency Japan, Katsurakoi, Kushiro, Hokkaido 085, Japan] 

95-005345 Kuboshima, Yasuko. [DISTRIBUTION OF ALFONSINO BERYX SPLENDENS EGGS IN THE 
SPAWNING GROUND AROUND THE SEA MOUNTS OFF IZU ISLANDS, MIDDLE JAPAN.] Nippon Suisan 
Gakkaishi 61(2):187-192, 278. 1995. In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(3) 

(Kanagawa Prefect. Fish. Exp. Stn,, Jougashima, Misaki, Miura, Kanagawa 238-02, Japan) 

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SPAWNING HABITS AND MOVEMENTS, FECUNDITY, ETC. (Continued) 

2?wcD 5 c 3 J!L n mbur8 ' K ' E ' GROW AND G0: SPATIOTEMPORAL PATTERNS OF SUBYEARLING HUDSON 

K'VtKiHAD.ProiramandMjtrac&TheNewyorkNaM 

C Tucker, editor, p. 30. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Insl. Ecosysl. Studies, Millbrook, NY 1 2545) Alosa sapidissima in New York. 

?^"? 3 ^r-^ hi ; Gustavo l [BATCH FECUN D'TY ESTIMATION IN THE SILVERSIDE (ODONTfSTMH 
SMITH) 8Y GRAVIMETRIC AND STEREOMETRIC METHODS.] Rev. Biol. Mar. 28(2):349-357. 1993. In Spanish 
with English iumm. FR 40(3) 

cjJ C ^ nSe l, n, ac ' ' nvest - Ciontincas &Tecnicas-lnst. Nac. Invest. & Desarrollo Pesquero, CC.l 75, Playa Grande, 
S/N, Mar del Plata (7600), Argentina) 



D?Do^m 4 ,r a nr ak ' 5 ' Eueene G ' ; William S. Woolcott and William R. McGuire. NOCTURNAl 
REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR IN SEMOVLUS AJROMACULA7US (PISCES, CYPRINIDAE). Southeast. Fishd 
Counc. Pioc. No. 31. p. 1-3. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|Sci. Mus., 2500 W. Broad St., Richmond, VA 23220] Clinostomtis (unduloides and Phoxinus areas m Virginia 

^MD 5 c^,p^i!l 0n ' D ' A ' ; S ' ' M ' Blaber and N ' ' F - Rawllnson. FECUNDITY AND EGG PRODUCTION Ol 
FOUR SPECIES OF SHORT-LIVED CLUPEOID FROM SOLOMON ISLANDS, TROPICAL SOUTH PACIFIC. Jnl 
Counc fxp/or Sea /. Mar Set. 52(1):1 1 1-125. 1995. FR 40(3) 

ICSIRO Div. Fish Mar. Lab., P.O. Box 1 20, Cleveland, Qld. 41 63, Australia] Stolephorus devisi, 5. heicrototwi 
Spratelloides deticatulus, and 5, lewisi. 

95-005350 Munro, A. D. GENERAL INTRODUCTION. In: Reproductive Seasonally in Te/eosls: Environments 
Influences. Angus D. Munro, Alexander P. Scott, and J. /. Lam, editors, p. 1-1 1 . 1 990. FR 40(3) 

95-005351 Munro, A. D, TROPICAL FRESHWATER FISH. In: Reproductive Seasonally in Te/cosU 
tnviranmema/ /nfluences. Angus D. Munro, Alexander P. Scon, and J. I. Lam, editors, p. 1 45-239. 1 990. FR 40(3 



?c,^Sc 3 T 5 c 2 cl ^m,!^. Al>BUS D ' ; Alexander P- Scott and T. J, Lam., editors. REPRODUCTIVE SEASONALITY If 
TELEOSTS: ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES. CRC Press, Inc 254 P . 1 990. Available at $207.00 (cloth) from CR( 
fress, Inc 2000 Corporate Blvd., N.W., Boca Raton, FL 33431. tel:800-272-7737; fax:407-997-0949. FR 40(1! 
Individual chapters indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 



Di u N , a ,rr S ! 1 . i ,'i lfl k Br ' an S ' and Ceor 8 e H - Win 'efs. TIMING IS EVERYTHING: SYNCHRONOUS EVENT 
p 43 9^4 FR 40(3) CAPEL ' N {MALL ' IUS VILLOS(J ^ Am - Fi ^- ^c. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 2< 



t-n De P- Fi fh. & Oceans, St. John's, NF, Canada. lel:709-772-41>25 

e-mail:nakasliima@nflorc.nwafc.nf.ca] 



i ,m 5 ' L and , R - A ' Dailiels ' REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF THE REDBREAST SUNFISI 

r T L ? gr !?l andAb * lracts ' e New York Natural History Conference II, April 29-May 1, 1 99, 
C Tucker, editor. N.Y. State Mus. Ore. 54:57. 1 992. FR 40(3) 



Pierre Pe|]in - HATCH DATE AND GROWTH RATE COMPARISONS G 
3^ ' N E NEWFOUNDLAND REGION - ^ * 5oc. ton 
^aiSp^ Newfoundland, S,. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5S: 

, REP , ROD V CTIVE BIOL GY OF INTERTIDAL KLIPFISH (PERCIFORME: 
Alr ~ ' Z00/ ' 29 H):244-251 . 1 994. In English with Afrikaans summ. FR 40(3 ) 
r*" Univ ;, Ca l }e Tow "' Rondebosch 7700, South Africa] Cllnus ncumlnaius, t 
, C. supercitiosus, and C. dorsalis. 

. (RELATION OF MACKEREL SPAWNING 



- 

' 1 24. p. 1 23. 1 994 FR 40/3) 



in . . ' - - - ' . p. . 403 

[Dap. Zool., Uni, Toronto, Mississauga, ON, Canada L5L 1C6. La(l:canSSln.uloionlo.ca| 

40(3? 1?S ?? ^UTIONOFMATINC SYSTEMS. U e *, D.SC/, 2o O /. Ce 
40 < 3 ) IZwI. '"St., Univ. Zuerlch, Winterthurer Str. 190, CH-a057 Zucrlcl 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

SPAWNING HABITS AND MOVEMENTS, FECUNDITY, ETC. (Continued) 

95-005360 Reynolds, John D. and Isabelle M. Cote. DIRECT SELECTION ON MATE CHOICE: FEMALE REDL1P 
BLENNIES PAY MORE FOR BETTER MATES. Bebav. Ecol. 6(2): 1 75-181 . 1995. FR 10(3) 

[School Biol. Sd., Univ. East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7T), England] Ophioblennius at/anticus, Pomacenlrus fuscus, 
P. paftilus, Microspathodon chrysurus, and Synodus intermedium in Barbados. 

95-005361 Rubin, J. F. SPAWNING BEHAVIOUR OF THE ARCTIC CHAR, SALVBLINUS ALPINUS (I.), 
OBSERVED IN LAKE GENEVA FROM THE SUBMARINE "FA-FOREL" Buff Fr. Pec/ieP/sc/c. No. 333. p. 149-157. 
1 994. In English with French summ. FR 40(3) 

[ECOTEC ENVIRON. SA, 3 Rue F. Ruchon, CH-1203 Geneve, Switzerland] Lota lota in Switzerland. 

95-005362 Schmidt, R. E. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF POTADROMY IN HUDSON RIVER FISHES. Program and 
Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference III, April 13-April 16, 1994. Gordon C. Tucker, editor- p. 41. 
1994. FR 40(3) .... , 

[Simon's Rock Coll., Greal Barrington, MA 01230] Caloslomus commersoni, Nolropis ftudsomus, and 
Micropterus do/omieu in New York. 

95-005363 Scott, A. P. SALMONIDS. In: Reproductive Seasonally in Te/eosts: Environmental Influences. Angus 
D. Munro, Alexander P. Scott, and T. I. Lam, editors, p. 33-51 . 1 990. FR 40{3) 

95-005364 Shao B UTILIZATION OF PUMPKINSEED SUNFISH NESTS BY SPAWNING GOLDEN SHINERS. 
Program and Abstracts, Trie New York Natural Histoty Conference III, April }3-Aprit 16, 1994. Cordon C Tucker, 
editor, p. 41-42. 1994. FR40(3) . . 

[Dep. Biol. Sci., SUNY, Albany, NY 1 2222] Nolem/go/ius cryso/eucas and Lepomis gibfaosus in New York, 

95-005365 Smith, Carl and Robert ]. Wootton. EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF SOME FACTORS AFFECTING 
PARENTAL EXPENDITURE AND INVESTMENT IN GASTEROSTEUS ACULEATUS (GASTEROSTEIDAE). Environ. 
S/ol/ : isries430):63-76.1995.FR40(3) 

[Inst. Biol. Sci., Univ, Wales, Aberyslwyth, Dyfed SY23 3DA, Wales] 

95-005366 Sumpter, John P. GENERAL CONCEPTS OF SEASONAL REPRODUCTION /n: Reproductive 
Seasona/fty in Teleosls: Environmental Influences. Angus D. Munro, Alexander P. Scott, and T. ). Lam, editors. 
p. 13-31.1990. FR 40(3) 

OS nn<n&7 Tarasvuck S. N. IEGG DISTRIBUTION AND TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS OF EGG 
DEVELOPMENT NTH RED HALIBUT H/PPOCtOSSO/DCS DUBIUS SCHMIDT IN THE TATAR TRAIT 1 
SSS? ofSMfand Antdromous Fish Species. Collection of Scientific Papers.] V. N. Ivankov, editor. Ma, Brf. 
(Vladivostok) Suppl. p. 33-38. 1 990. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 



95-005368 Taylor, Malcolm H. ESTUARINE AND INTERTIDAL TELEOSTS In: Re P^ uctive .^^'S 
Tctoxto Environmental Influences. Angus D. Munro, Alexander P. Scott, and T. I. Lam, ednors. p. 1 09-1 24. 1 990. 

FR 40(3} 

Tsygir, V. V. (THE LANDLOCKED MASU SALMON ONCORHVfVCHl/S MASOU FROM 



summ. FR 40(3) 

n R no70 Wilson Charles A and David L. Nieland. REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF RED DRUM SCIAENOPS 
OCflMTUS FS THE NERITic WATERS OF THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO. Am. Fbh. Sec. Anna Meet. 



Rou g e 708 03- 7 503. ,1:504,8^-6455, 
= ^^SS^SSL^ SSS 



' 9? [ Se ik R ai Nai Fish. Res. Inst., Fish. Agency ] a pan, 2-5-20 Higashiyamato-machi, Shimonoseki 750, Japan] 

"' "u 6 s'fhh * wS' S t *$L> Wu Resour. M. King Salmon, AK 996,3| Onco, h y^ ***. 

and Et/ieostoma /u//ae in Arkansas. 

1995 
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MOVEMENTS, SEASONAL AND DEPTH DISTRIBUTION, ETC. (Continued) 

95.005374 Balvay, Gerard, edilor. SPACE PARTITION WITHIN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS: PROCEEDINGS OF 
THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY HELD IN EVIAN, 
FRANCE, MAY 25-28, 1 993. Hydrobiatogia Vol. 300/301 . 444p. 1 995. FR 40(3} 

[INRA, Sin. Hydrobfol. Lacustre, B.P. 511, 75 Ave. de Corzent, F-74203 Thonon-les-Bains Cedex, Francel 
Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-0053 75 Begout, Marie-Laure and Jean-Paul Lagardere. AN ACOUSTIC TELEMETRY STUDY OF SEABREAM 
(SPARUS AURATA L): FIRST RESULTS ON ACTIVITY RHYTHM, EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES 
AND SPACE UTILIZATION. Space Part/iron Wllhin Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the Second International 
Congress of Limnology and Oceanography Held in Evian, France, May 25-28, 1993. Gerard Batvay, editor. 
Hydrobiologia Vol. 300/301 . p. 41 7-423. In English with French summ. FR 40(3} 
(Cent. Rech, Ecol. Mar. & Aquacult., B.P. 5, 1 71 37 L'Houmeau, France! 

95-0053 76 Bergsledt, Roger A. and James G. Seelye. EVIDENCE FOR LACK OF HOMING BY SEA LAMPREYS. 
Trans. Am. Fish. Soc, 124(2}:235-239. 1995. FR40(3) 

(Natl. Biol, Serv., Great Lakes Sci. Cent., Lake Huron Biot. Sin., 11188 Ray Rd., Millersburg, Ml 49759} 
Petromyzon marinas in Michigan and Canada. 



r Beinard , David R.; Kelly R. Hepler; |. Douglas Jones; Mary E. Whalen and Douglas N. . 

SOME TESTS OF THE "MIGRATION HYPOTHESIS" FOR ANADROMOUS DOLLY VARDEN (SOUTHERN 
FORM). Trans, Am. Fish. Soc. 124(3):297-307. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Dap. Fish & Game, Div, Sport Fish, 333 Raspberry Rd., Anchorage, AK 99518-1599] Satvelinus matnat in 
Alaska. 



; Bramblett ' Robert G. and Robert G. While. HABITAT USE AND MOVEMENTS OF PALLID 

TLVr^ EON AND SHOVE LNOSE STURGEON IN THE MISSOURI AND YELLOWSTONE RIVERS, MONTANA 
AND NORTH DAKOTA. Am. Fish. Soc. Anna. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 36. 1 994, FR 40(3) 

[Coop. Fish. Res, Unit, Mont. State Univ., Bozeman 59717. e-mail:repadgmsu.oscs.mornana.ccliil 
Scaphirhynchus a/bus and S. p/ato/ync/ius. 

95-005379 Brown, Richard S. and William C Mackay. WINTER ECOLOGY OF CUTTHROAT TROUT IN THE 
RAM RIVER, ALBERTA. Am. Fish. Soc. Anrtu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p, 139-140. 1994. FR 40(3} 

[Univ. Alberta, Dep. Zool., Edmonton, AB, Canada T6G 2E1. iel:403-492-1 295| Oncorhynchus darki. 



,,' K Richard ' CONSISTENT YEARLY APPEARANCE OF AGE-0 WALLEYE POLLOCK, 
THtRAGRA CHALCOGRAMMA, AT A COASTAL SITE IN SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA, 1 973-1 994, U.S. Natl. Mar. 
Fish. Serv. Fish. Bull. 93(2):38G-390. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Auke Bay Lab., Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, 1 1305 Glacier Hwy., Juneau 99801-8626] 



icD.xr^ P3SCale and Yves Lelourneuf ' SPATIAL PATTERN OF SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF FOUR 
FISH SPECIES ON REUNION CORAL REEF FLATS. Space Partition Within Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceeding? of 
secwa International Congress of Limnology and Oceanography Held in 1993.Gerat(l 

Balvay, ednor Hydrobiologia Vol. 300/301. p. 299-308, In English with French summ. FR 40(3} 

[Lab. Ecol. Mar Univ. Reunion, BP 71511, 15 Ave. Rene Cassin, 97715 Saint-Denis Messag. Cedex, U 
Keumon, trance) Lhaetodon tttfasciatus, Dascyftis aruanus, Slethoiulis albovittata, and Oenoc/iaerus sfrfalus. 



? - and William G - Pearc V- DISTRIBUTION, MIGRATION, AND GROWTH OF 

M i r- SAL M ON ' ONCORHYNCHUS 7SHAWYTSCHA, OFF OREGON AND WASHINGTON. 
. Natl. Mar. Fish. Sen. Fish. Bull 93(2}:274-289. 1 995. FR 40(3} 
[Oceanogr. Admin. Bldg. 104, Coll. Oceanic & Atmos. Sci., Oreg. State Univ., Corvallis 9733 1-5503] 



\ C . e ^ d n Massot} and J ean -Claude Moreteau. TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF PERCH 
A LAXE-RESERVOIR (MOSELLE, FRANCE): ANALYSIS OF CATCHES WITH VERTICAL 
Partltfon . w ;*fti/'J"a"c Ecosystems: Proceedings of the Second International Congress of 
> May25 - 28 ' 1993 ' Gerard Ba/vay, editor. Hydtobtologla Vol. 



" Dem0eco1 " 1 ' me des Recol ' e s ' BP 41 16, 57 040 Metz Codex 01, 

STREAMF|SHmM l J ' F ' Gilliam - N ONLETHAL PREDATOR EFFECTS: PATTERN AND PROCESS IN A 

I ? rrL J r T J ^ f S ^ l nd Abstracts ' The New York Nalural Histo <y Conference tl, 
I, 1992. Cordon C Tucker, editor. N.Y. State Mas. Ore. 54:36. 1992 FR 40(3) 

Poeatu ret/cu/ala, Rhuhs /tart/, and Hoplias ma/abaros in Trinidad. 



BTOEEN DIURNAL^NS'lS^ E ' Th rpe ' TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT SWITCHES 

rSS^^ ^ WINTERING JUVEN.LE ATLANT.C SALMON. A^ 

(Fish Behav. & Ecol. Group, Zool. Dep., Glasgow Univ., Glasgow G1 2 8QQ, Scotland] 

FR 40(3) ft , 

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95-005386 Freeman, Mary C. MOVEMENTS BY TWO SMALL FISHES IN A LARGE STREAM. Cope/a 

199 [3 3 BioL Su!Midcon 4 Sent Ecol. Sei. Cent, Auburn Field Sin, 108 Swingle Hall, Auburn Univ., Auburn, 
AL 36849-5419] Lepomis aumus and Percina fugrofasc/ala in Georgia. 



nsnn^R? Fniiia Toshihiko- Tadashi Inada and Yoshio Ishito. DEPTH-GRADIENT STRUCTURE OF THE 

?>S 

^ r iSS^,^H^unSm ( sLiu.u, Tokyo 169, Japan] Thwgra cWa** Cade, 



,.u, Tokyo 169, Japan] Thwgra 
macrocephaJus, and data for 75 oilier species. 
osnnviflR f.arrett lames W and David H. Bennetl. SEASONAL MOVEMENTS OF ADULT BROWN TROUT 
RELATIVE TO ^EMPERATuRE IN A COOLWATER RESERVOIR. N. An, ,. fish. Manage. 15<2):480-487. ,995, 



. Fish & Wildl. Resour., Univ. Idaho, Moscow 83844-1 1 3G| Sa/mo frutia in Washinglon. 

OK nnno rpkt nivid R and ludilh A Williams. MOVEMENT AND HABITAT UTILIZATION OF ADULT 

NCHUS TSHAWYTSCHA) IN THE HANFORD REACH OF THE 



SALMON 



e-mailidr geist@ccmail,pnl.gov| 

95-005390 Gotceilas, Vytenis and Joseph A. Brown. LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS OF HABITAT USE BY 

JUVENILE ATLANTIC COD. Am. F/sh.SocMnm, ' M ^^^ 2 r A -^\^^^n7^5^C iK h n 

[Ocean Sci, Cent., Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, Si. John's, NF, Canada Al C jS7. lel.70 J-7J7-J^ J| t,nm;.s 

mor/iua. 

S^=^^ 

Cope/a 1995(2}:343-353. 1995. WR 249 (School For. Resour,, Univ. Ga., Athens 30C02] 

OS nn-5192 Haeseker Steven L; John T. Carmichael and Joseph E. Higbtower. SUMMER DISTRIBUTION ANI ) 
CONDITION OF STmPED BASS WITHIN ALBEMARLE SOUND, NORTH CAROLINA. Am. fish. Sac. An.n,. 

M 1coo?FKw^ 

saxaii/i's. 

95-005393 Hakoyama, Hiroshi and Wataru Sakamoto. [PINK SALMON MIGRATION IN RELATION TO s ^ 

SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND DAY-LENCTH IN THE OPEN SEA.] N.ppon Suban CMwhl f,l(2).l37-141, 

in th. North ^ 



Ocean. 



Harmelin-Vivien M. L.; J. G. Harmelin and V. Leboulkux. MICROHABITAT REQUIREMENTS FOR 

MENTOMUVES ON MEDITERRANEAN ROCKY SHORES space ^ on vw ,, 

^Vac/cos^ 

Ev/an, France, May 25-28, 1993. Gerard Balvay, editor. Hydrobmloya Vol. 300/30 1 . p. 309-320. In hnglisn WIHI 



enan, Stn. Ma, Endoume, CNRS URA 4,, 13007 Marseille, France] Dfpfodus anm^ns, 
D. punlazzo, D. sargus, D. vu/garb, Ob/ada me/anura, and Sarpa sa/pa. 

95-005395 Hillman, T. W. SPATIAL INTERACTION OF JUVENILE CHINOOK SALMON AND THE JJEDSII )j; 
SHINER In- Summer and Winter Ecology ofluvunlle Chinook Salmon and Stec/head Trout m i the Wenala.lnv 
^VMS!^^ ' CheSi County Public Ut% D/sfrfct Washtogtoa /ne Wfl9. Do, 



Consu/lanis, Inc. P. 209-247. 1989. FR 40(3) 

Oncorfi/nchiis (s/iawylsc/ia and R/c/iardson/tis baitcalus. 



Consutenls, (nc. p. 83-108. 1989. FR 40(3) 

Oncof/iyncrtus mykiss and O. tshawytscha. 

95-005397 Hudson, John P.; Richard D. Clark and James S Diana. SEASONAL AND DAILY MOVEMENTS J OF 
LARGE BROWN TROUT IN A MICHIGAN STREAM. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. J4. I J.f 

FR 4 [Dep. Nat. Resour, Insl. Fish. Res., 212 Mus. Annex Bldg., Ann Arbor, Ml 48109. lel:31 3-663-3554] 5fl/m 



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MOVEMENTS, SEASONAL AND DEPTH DISTRIBUTION, ETC. (Continued) 

FR 40(3) MJUAL INTERACTION. Word./. Freshwater Res. No. 70. p. 38-48. 1995. 

[Norwegian Ins.. Nat. R, Tungaslel.a 2, N-7005 Trondheim, Norwayl 5a/n,o sa/ar in Norway. 

3nd Russe " F ' Thurow ' D 'EL PATTERNS IN BULL TROUF 



VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION, AND DRIFT OF 
h c AL S^ WEAK UPWELLIN G. Dynamics of Upwelline m (Ac OS 



. namcs o pwene m (c 
'' ^"^ ^^ Sea Coop ' Res ' Re P" No ' 206 - P- ?'- ' '-- Abslracl 



only FR 40(3) 

C/ Z '- '" St - & ^ Mar.in-Lu.ne,^.^ 3, 



TJ^^^^^ Sandhelnrlch. RESPONSES OF BLUECILLS AND 

U PPER MBSOTP1 RlVFR nii TE ^^ ERATlJRE ' AND CUR ^NT IN BACKWATER LAKES OF7HE 
fNatl Ri^l N ?, NTER ' W Am ' J " Fish ' Ma "^ e - ] 5(2):390-399. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

'^ 



'M^ RIVER FLOW ' AND TIDAL CYCLES ON THE 

4G(5):891-902 1995 FR 403) MIGRATION 'NTO FRESH WATER IN THE AMERICAN EEL. / Fish Mol 

iV " 76 Sand Pi nl ^ NE ' Seatlle - W A 981 1 5-0070| AnstOth strata in 



AND H ABITAT USE OF GOLDEN TROUT, 

IMYO NATIONAL I ORBT Xm Fhh^' ' N ^ TIV L STREAMS OF THE GOLDEN TROUT WILDERNESS, 
n 1 7 ' UN -. KtbT ' ^ m - Flsh - Soc - A <>- Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 37. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[US. Dep. Agfic., For.Serv. Res. Stn., Box 245, Berkeley, CA 94701. tel:51 0-559-6454] 



' SE F RADIOTELEMTRV TO 

LANDLOCKED ATLANTCA jS K^n S R F/ ON fAC/PEN5fR FULVESCMS) IN ONTARIO ANO 
KED 1 C A ^^^^^^ 

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P T PARA ?H R ' VER L WER DEL ^ ARGENTINA. 

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rP OF SHORTNOSE 

1 24(2} : 225-234 1995. FR 40(3) FEAR R ' VER ' NORTH CAROL 'NA. Tra^s. A/n. Fish. SOL: 



Ave " Wilmi S'^' NC 28403| Acipenser brevirostrum and A. 

FAffcSKoSM 

FR 40(3) V.ULUMHIA KIVER HATCHERIES. Trans. Am. f/s/i. Soc. 1 24(3):308-320. 1 995. 

[Dep. Zool. (N,.,5), Univ. Wash., Sea.de 98. 95] Oncorhynchus Bftawytefta in Washington and Oregon. 
^^ ROLE OF TURBULENCE IN THE 



MARROW CHANNELS. Dok/S5a'Vo| R ^1 N p. 21^215 iS^FR^ ^^ STACES ' ' N W ' E AND 
t- Problems Ecol. & Evol, Russian Acad. Sci, Leninski^L, Moscow 1 1 7071, Russia] 



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MOVEMENTS, SEASONAL AND DEPTH DISTRIBUTION, ETC. (Continued) 

95-005409 Pillo John , Jr. WINTER AREAS - THE LIMITING HABITAT FOR LARGEMOUTH BASS IN THE 
UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER. Am. Fish. Soc.Annu. MeeLAbstr. No. 124. p. 141-142. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Nat. Resour, Bellevue Res. Sin., 24143 Hwy. 52, Bellevue, IA 52031. lel:319-B72.4976] Micropterus 
salmoides in Iowa. 

)> 005410 Porler Julie M. and Heath H. Stone. A MARK-RECAPTURE EXPERIMENT ON BLUEFIN TUNA 
?THUNNU5 THYNNUS L) FROM THE BROWN AND GEORGES BANKS REGION OF THE CANADIAN 
ATLANTIC Am Fish. Soc. Anmi. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 89-90. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Biol. Stn, St. Andrews, NB, Canada EOG 2X0. tel : 506-529.8854| 

95 005411 Rosecchi E and A. ). Crlvelli. SAND SMELT (ATHERINA BOYERI) MIGRATION WITHIN THE 
WATER SYSTEM OF THE CAMARGUE, SOUTHERN FRANCE. Space Partition Within Aquatic Ecosystems: 
Proceeds of the Second hternaitona/ Congress of Umnotow and Oceanograp/iy Held ,n Evtan, France, May 
25 28 1 993 Gerard Ba/vay, editor. HydroWo/og/a Vol. 300/301 . p. 289-298. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Sin, Biol. Tour du Valal, Le Sambuc, 1 3200 Aries, France] 

95-005412 Rossier, Oliver. SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL SEPARATION OF LITTORAL ZONE FISHES OF LAKE 
GENEVA (SWITZERLAND - FRANCE). Space Partition Within Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the Second 
^a/C^leB of limno/ogy and Oceanography Held in CWan, Trance, May 25-28, 1993. Gerard Batvay, 
itor Hydrobfotagfe Vol. 300/301. p. 32 1-327.1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Lab. Ecol. & Biol. Aqual., Univ. Geneve, 1 8 ch. des Clochelles, CH-1 20G, Geneva, Switzerland] Data for 1 6 
species. 

95-005413 Spyker, Kay A. and Eric P. van den Berghe. DIURNAL ABUNDANCE PATTERNS OF 
MEDITERRANEAN I FISHES ASSESSED ON FIXED TRANSECTS BY SCUBA DIVERS. Trans. Am. Ash. Soc. 

1 "van dtnBt'ri\?Unil 4 Md! Appalachian Environ. Lab., Gunter Hall, Froslburg 21532) Data for 18 species. 

95-00541 4 Swain, D. P. and D. L. Kramer. ANNUAL VARIATION IN TEMPERATURESELECTION I BY ATLANTIC 
COOCADUSMORHUA IN THE SOUTHERN GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE, CANADA, AND ITS RELATION TO 
POPULATIONSIZE.Mar.fco/.rrog.Ser.116(l-3) ; 11-23.1995.FR40(3J 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Gulf Fisli. Cent., P.O. Box 5030, Moncton, NB, Canada E1C 9BG] 
95-005415 Thorpe I E.; N. B. Metcalfe and N. H, C. Fraser. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF SWITCH 
BETWEEN NOCTURNAL AND DIURNAL SMOLT MIGRATION IN ATLANTIC SALMON. High Performance 
Rih-ftoceedfcigs of an International Fish Physiology Symposium He/d at ^n'vers.lyof British Cohimtoa >n 
V-mrniiver Canada luhf 16-21 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 83-86. 1994. FR 40(3) 

TotS Toff Agric L Fish. Dep., Freshwater Fish. Lab., Pi.lochry PH1G 5LB, Scotland. teh079G-4720GO; 
fax:0796-47-3523] Sa/mo sa/ar in England, Scotland, Norway, and Sweden. 

95-005416 Thorrold, Simon R. and A. David McKinnon. RESPONSE OF LARVAL FISH ASSEMBLAGES TO A 
RIVERINE PLUME IN COASTAL WATERS OF THE CENTRAL GREAT BARRIER REEF LAGOON. Urrmol. 
Oceanogr. 40{1):177-181. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Australian Insl. Mar. Sci., PMB No. 3, Townsville, Qld. 401 0, Australia] 

95-005417 Warner Eric J. and Thomas P. Quinn. HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL MOVEMENTS OF 
TfLEMETEREC tKlNBOW TROUT (ONCORI-IYNCHUS MYKISS) IN LAKE WASHINGTON. Can. ;. Zoo/. 
7K1V146-153 In EnRlish with French sumrn. FR 40(3) 

( |Fish Dep, Muckleshoo, Indian Tribe, 39015 SE 172nd Ave., Auburn, WA 98002| Coitus asper m 
Washington. 

95-005418 Welter, Robert R. and Jimmy D. Winter. HABITAT PREFERENCE OF FLATHEAD CATFISH IN A 
WEST TEXAS RESERVOIR. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 02. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
(Range & Wildl. Dep., Tex. Tech. Univ., Lubbock 79409. lel:806-742-l 983] Py/odfctis olivam. 

95-005419 Wroblewski, ]. S.; Sally V. Goddard; R. Kent Smedbol and Wade I Bailey ; M ?VEMEms OF 
ATLANTIC COD (GADUS MORHUA) WITHIN THE SPRING THERMOCLINE IN TRINITY BAY, 
NEWFOUNDLAND. ). Mar. Biol. Assoc. U.K. 75(2):2G5-284. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Fish. Oceanogr. Group, Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, St. John's, NF, Canada Al B JX/| 

95-005420 Young, Michael K. MOBILITY OF BROWN TROUT IN SOUTH-CENTRAL WYOMING STREAMS. 
Can. /. Zoo/. 72(1 2):207B-2083. 1994. FR 40(3} 

[Rocky Mt. For. & Range Exp. Sin,, 222 S. 22nd Si,, Laramie, WY 82070] Sa/mo Jruita. 

95-005421 Young, Michael K. TELEMETRY-DETERMINED DIURNAL POSITIONS OF BROWN I TROUT 
(SALMO JRUTTA) IN TWO SOUTH-CENTRAL WYOMING STREAMS. Am. Midi. Nat. 133(2):2G4-273. 1995. 

[Rocky Ml. For. & Range Exp. Sin., 222 S. 22nd Si., Laramie, WY 82070) 
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95-005422 Adams, C. E. and ). Mitchell. THE RESPONSE OF A GREY HERON ARDM CINEREA BREEDING 
COLONY TO RAPID CHANGE IN PREY SPECIES. Bird Study 42( 1 ):44-49. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

(Fish Behav. & Ecol. Group, Univ. Field Sin., Glasgow Univ., Rowardennan, Glasgow G62 OAW, Scollnnd] 
Rutilus rutilus, Cymnocep/iaJus cemuus, and data for 1 3 other species in Scotland. 

95-005423 Bailey, Kevin M.; Michael F. Canino; Jeffrey M. Napp; Stella M. Spring and Annette L. Brown. 
CONTRASTING YEARS OF PREY LEVELS, FEEDING CONDITIONS AND MORTALITY OF LARVAL WALLEYE 
POLLOCK 7HERACRA CHALCOCRAMMA IN THE WESTERN GULF OF ALASKA. Mar. Ecol. Prog, Set. 
U9{1-3):1l-23, 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., NOAA, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 981 15| 

95-005424 Beauchamp, David A. RIVERINE PREDATION ON SOCKEYE SALMON FRY MIGRATING TO LAKt 
WASHINGTON. N. Am. 1. Fish. Manage. 1 5(2):358-365. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res, Unit, Dep. Fish. & Wildl., Ulah State Univ., Logan 84322-5210] Caioswmiw 
macmcheilus, Ojicorhync/ius nerka, and O. myfciss in Washington. 

95-005425 Bellwood, David R. CARBONATE TRANSPORT AND WITHIN-REEF PATTERNS OF BIOEROSION 
AND SEDIMENT RELEASE BY PARROTFISHES (FAMILY SCARIDAE} ON THE GREAT BARRIER REEF. Mar. F.cot. 
Pmg.SeF. 117(1-3):127-13G. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Mar. Biol., )ames Cook Univ., Townsville,Qld.4811, Australia] ScanjsgibbusandS.sorcMjs in Australia. 

95-005426 Biro, Peter A. and Mark S. Ridgway. INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN FORAGING MOVEMENTS IN 
A LAKE POPULATION OF YOUNG-OF-THE-YEAR BROOK CHARR (SALVELINUS FONTINAUS). BchwifHH 
132(l-2):57-74. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Insl. Ichthyol., Dep. Zool,, Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1 1 

95-005427 Biro, Peter. MANAGEMENT OF POND ECOSYSTEMS AND TROPHIC WEBS. The Ca/p 
Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September jy<>.l 
R, Bitfard and G. A E. Call, editors. Aquacuiture 129(1-4):373-386. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Balaton Limnol. Res. Inst., Hungarian Acad. Sci., H-8237 Tihany, Hungary] Cyprinus t,ir/)fc) 
Genopfoaryngodon idella, Hypophlhalmkhlhys nobilis, and H. mo/;tr. 

95-005428 Blake, M. A. and P. ]. B. Hart. THE VULNERABILITY OF IUVENILE SIGNAL CRAYFISH TO FTRCI 
AND EEL PREDATION, Freshwater Biol 33(2):233-244. 1 995; FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zool., Univ. Coll. Cork, Lee Mailings, Prospect Row, Cork, Ireland] /\ngu///a anguilla and Pi?rc.i ftuviatilii 

95-005429 Brewer, D. T.; S. ). M. Blaber; ]. P. Salmi and M. J. Farmer. FEEDING ECOLOGY OF PREIJATOtt' 
F5SHES FROM CROOTE EYLANDT IN THE GULF OF CARPENTARIA, AUSTRALIA, WITH SPECIAL REFERENC : 
TO PREOATION ON PENAEID PRAWNS. sfuar/ne Coas(a/5he//Sci. 40(5):577-600. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[CSIRO Div, Fish., Mar. Lab,, P.O. Box 120, Cleveland, Qld. 4163, Australia] Rhlzoprkmotkm aailu 
Psammoperca iva/g/ens/s, Seombero/cfes commerson/anus, and data for 26 other species, 

95-005430 Bryan, Scott D.; Tracy D. Hill; Sean T.Lynott and WalterG.Duffy.THEINFLUENCE OF CHANGINI 
WATER LEVELS AND TEMPERATURES ON THE FOOD HABITS OF WALLEYE IN LAKE OAHE, SOUTI 
DAKOTA, /. Freshwater Ecol. 10(1):1-!0. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res. Unit, Dep. Wildl. & Fish. Sci,, S.D. Stale Univ., Brookings 57006] Osmcn/s tnunti 
and Stizosledi'on vilreum. 

95-005431 Burke, Nancy C. NOCTURNAL FORAGING HABITATS OF FRENCH AND BLUESTKII'EI 
GRUNTS, HAEMULON FLAVOUNEATUM AND H. SCIURUS, ATTOBACCO CAYE, BELIZE. Environ, dial. flst\t 
42441:365-374. IQW. FR 



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95-005434 Clifton, Kenneth E. ASYNCHRONOUS FOOD AVAILABILITY ON NEIGHBORING CARIBBEAN 
CORAL REEFS DETERMINES SEASONAL PATTERNS OF GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION FOR THE 
HERBIVOROUS PARROTFISH SCARUS ISERTI. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 1 16(l-3):39-46. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[STRI (Panama), Unit 0948, APO, AA 34002-0948| 

95-005435 Cloe, William W. Ill; Greg C. Carman and Scott A. Slranko. THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF THE BULL 
CHUB (NOCOMIS RANEYI) AS A PREDATOR OF THE ZEBRA MUSSEL (DREISSENA POLYMORPHA). Am. Fish. 
Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 80. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Biol., Va. Commonwealth Univ., Richmond 23284-2012] 

95-005436 Costanlini, M, Lelizia and Loreto Rossi. "PHOSPHORUS TRANSFER IN SYSTEMS OF FISH AND 
AMPHIPODS EXPLOITING DETRITUS PARTICLES. Hydrobiologia 302(1):81-87. 1995. FR40(3) 
jDep. Biol,, Univ. Lecce, 73100 Lecce, Italy] Mug//. 

95-005437 Dalpadado, Padmini; Nina Borkner and Hein Rune Skjoldal. DISTRIBUTION AND LIFE HISTORY 
OF THEMISTO (AMPHIPODA) SPP., NORTH OF 73EN IN THE BARENTS SEA. Fisken Havel No. 1 2. 42p. 1 994. 
In English with Norwegian summ. FR 40(3) 

[Borkner: Dep. Fish. & Mar. Biol., Univ. Bergen, Bergen High Technol. Cent, 5020 Bergan, Norway] 
Hippogtossus hippoglossus and Mallolus villosus. 

95-005438 Dodrill, Jon; Charles S. Manooch III and Ann Bowman Manooch. FOOD AND FEEDING 
BEHAVIOR OF ADULT SNOWY GROUPER, EPINEPHELUS NIVEA7US (VALENCIENNES) (PISCES: 
SERRANIDAE), COLLECTED OFFTHECENTRALNORTH CAROLINA COAST WITH ECOLOGICAL NOTESON 
MAJOR FOOD GROUPS. Bfimleyana (). N.C. State MLIS, Nat. 5ci.J No. 19. p. 101-135. 1993. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Nat. Resour, Div. Recreation & Parks, Dist. 2, Admin., 3540-A Thomasville Rd., Tallahassee, FL 32308) 
Peprilus triacantltus, Myrophts punclalus, Epinephelus flavolimbalus, Pagrus pagrus, and data for 27 other species, 

95-005439 Du Bull, Marie Henrietle. FOOD AND FEEDING OF COD (GADUS MORHUA L) IN THE CELTIC 
SEA. Fish. Res. (Amst.) 22<3,4):227-241 , 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. Natl. Rech. Sci., Lab. Biol. Mar,, Coll. France, 29 182 Concarneau, France) M/cronies/sl/tis poutassou, 
Tmopterus esmarki, T. minutus, and Gadus morfiua in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean. 

95-OOS440 Esteves, Katharina Eichbaum and Pedro M. Galetli, Jr. FOOD PARTITIONING AMONG SOME 
CHARACIDS OF A SMALL BRAZILIAN FLOODPLAIN LAKE FROM THE PARANA RIVER BASIN. Environ. Biol. 
fishes 42(4):375-389. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Insl. Pesca, Secretaria Agric. Abaslecimenlo Estado Sao Paulo, Av. Francisco Matarazzo, 455, CEP: 
05031-900, Sao Paulo, Brazil) Moenkhausla intermedia, Asiyanax fasciaius, A. btmaculalus, A. schuharti, and 
Cheirodon stenodon. 

95-005441 Felix, Adolfo; Margaret E. Stevens and Robert Lee Wallace. UNPALATABILITY OF A COLONIAL 
ROTIFER, SINANJHERINA SOCIALIS, TO SMALL ZOOPLANKTIVOROUS FISHES. Invertebr. Biol. 
114(2):139-144.1995.FR40(3) 

[Wallace; Dep. Biol., Ripon Coll., Ripon, Wl 54971-0248] Data for 1 3 species. 

95-005442 Feltham, M. J. CONSUMPTION OF ATLANTIC SALMON SMOLTS AND PARR BY 
GOOSANDERS- ESTIMATES FROM DOUBLY-LABELLED WATER MEASUREMENTS OF CAPTIVE BIRDS 
RELEASED ON TWO SCOTTISH RIVERS. I. Fish Biol. 46(2):273-281 . 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[School Biol. & Earth Sci., Liverpool John Moorcs Univ., Byrom St., Liverpool L3 3AF, England] 5a/mo sa/ar. 

95-005443 Findholl, Scott L. and Stanley H. Anderson. FORAGING AREAS AND FEEDING HABITAT 
SELECTION OF AMERICAN WHITE PELICANS (PEIECANUS ERYJHRORHYNCHOS) NESTING AT 
PATHFINDER RESERVOIR, WYOMING. Colon. Waterbirds 18(1):47-57. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish & Wildl., For. & Range Sci. Lab., 1 401 Gekcler Ln., La Grande, OR 97850] Caloslomus commersoni 
and Cyprinus carpio. 

95-005444 Findholt, Scolt L. and Stanley H. Anderson. DIET AND PREY USE PATTERNS OF THE AMERICAN 
WHITE PELICAN (PEIECANUS ERYTHRORHYNCHOS) NESTING AT PATHFINDER RESERVOIR, WYOMING. 
Colon. Walerbirds 18(1);58-68. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish & Wildl., For. & Range Sci. Lab., 1401 Gekeler Ln., La Grande, OR 97850] Cyprinus carpio, 
Pimephales prometas, Caloslomus commersoni, C. catostomus, and Et/ieostoma extfe. 

95-005445 Forney, J. L. ECOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS IN FISHES OF ONEIDA LAKE, NY. Program and 
Abstracts, T/ie New York Natural History Conference, lune 20-22, 1990. Daniel P. Moltoy, compiler. N.Y. Stale 
Mus. Ore. 54:29. 1 990. FR 40(3) 

Sti'zosled/on vi'treum and Perca flavescens, 

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UF>S 5 ** 46 Frflfia ' S ' HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS IN RELATION TO WIND INDUCED COASTAL 
s V y ELl -ING AND RIVER PLUMES. Dynamics of Upwellirig in the ICES Area. Selected Papers Presented aiTheme 
, ss jj? ri O at the ICES Statutory Meeting, 23 September-) October 1993. E. Hagcn and A. forge da Silva, cdiion. 
lf ~ <~0tinc, Expfor. Sea Coop. Res. Rep. No. 206, p. 35-43: 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[ I rist. Espanol Oceanogr., Apdo. 1 552, 36280 Vigo, Spain) 

Fraser ' D u8las F.; James F. Gilliam and Trevor Yip-Hoi. PREDATION AS AN AGENT OF 

FRAGMENTATION IN A TROPICAL WATERSHED. Eco/ogy 76(5):14G1-1472. 1995. FR 40(3J 
. BioL, Siena Coll., Loudonville, NY 1221 1| Hoplias malabaricus and Rivulus harti in Trinidad. 



French ' ) h n R- P- HI and Michael N. Morgan. PREFERENCE OF REDEAR SUNFISH ON ZEBRA 
AND RAMS-HORN SNAILS./. Freshwater Era/. 10(1):49-55. 1995. FR 40(3) 
I Naif. Biol. Serv., Great Lakes Sci. Cent., 1451 Green Rd., Ann Arbor, Ml 48105] Lepomis microiophus. 



Gerkin 8' Shelb V D - CEDING ECOLOGY OF FISH. Academic Press, Inc. 416p. 1994. Available al 
T ( clolh ) from Academic Press, Inc., 1250 Sixth Ave., San Diego, CA 92101-4495. te!:800-321-50IJB. 

[Dep. Zool., Ariz. Slate Univ., Tempe 85287] 



GGi Gibson < R - N 'i M - C. ^n and L. Robb. THE BEHAVIOURAL BASIS OF PREDATOR-PREY SIZE 

5, TV TIONSH1PS BET WEEN SHRIMP (CRANGON CRANCON) AND JUVENILE PLAICE {PLEURQNECTES 
rTESSA). ]. Mar. Biol. Assoc. U.K. 75(2):33 7-349. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dunslaffnage Mar. Lab., P.O. Box 3, Oban, Argyll PA34 4AD, Scotland) 

" OS4S1 Guichet ' R - THE DIET OF EUROPEAN HAKE (MERIUCCIUS MERLUCCIUS) IN THE NORTHERN 
T OF THE BAY OF BISCAY. /nt. Counc. Exp/or. Sea/ Mar. Sd. 52(1):21-31. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[IFREMER, BP 7, 17137 L'Houmeau, France] Merlucdus merlucdus, Engraulis encrasicottis, Tfaclmrus 
, Ttisopierus minmus, and dala for 22 olher species. 



pS-OO5452 Halley, D. ].; N. Harrison; A. Webb and D. R. Thompson. SEASONAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL 
VARIATIONS IN THE DIET OF COMMON GUILLEMOTS URIA AALCE OFF WESTERN SCOTLAND. SotbinJ 
No. 1 7. p. 12-20. 1995. FR 40(3} 

| VVebb: Seabirds & Cetaceans Branch, Joint Nat. Conserv. Comm., 1 7 Rubislaw Terrace, Aberdeen AH 1 IXE, 
bcotland] Ammodytes matinus and data for 12 other species. 

95-OO5453 Haug,Tore; Harald Gjosaeter; Ulf Lindstrom andKjellT. Nilssen. DIET AND FOOD AVAILABILITY 
FOR NORTH-EAST ATIANTICMINKE WHALES (BAMENOPTERA ACUTOROSTfiAM), DURING TI-IE SUMMER 
OF 1992,/nt. Counc. Explor. Seal. Mar. Sd. 52(1 ):77-86. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Morwegfan Inst. Fish. & Aquacult., P.O. Box 251 1, N-9002 Tromso, Norway] Dala for 10 species. 

95-OO5454 HeUman, Gene S. SPINNING FOR THEIR SUPPER. Wat. Hisi 104(5}:26-29. 1995. FR 40{3) 
(Insl. Ecol., Dep. Zool., Univ. Ga., Athens 30602] Anguilla rostrata. 

95-005455 Hernandez-Garcia, Vicente. THE DIET OFTHESWORDFISH,X/PHMSCMD/L/5 LINNAEUS, 1750, 
IM THE CENTRAL EAST ATLANTIC, WITH EMPHASIS ON THE ROLE OF CEPHALOPODS. U.S. Ntul. Mar. /VirS- 
Serv. Fish. Bull. 93(2)^403-411. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., Fac. Gene. Mar, Univ. Las Palmas de G. Canaria, C.P. 35017, Canary Islands, Spain] Dala for 
eignl otherspecies. 

95-005456 Hillman, T. W. NOCTURNAL PREDATION BY SCULPINS ON JUVENILE CHINOOK SALMON 
AMD STEELHEAD. In: Summer and Winter Ecology of juvenile Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Trout in f/jc 
Wena tehee firver, Washington. Final Report to Chetan County Public Utility District, Washington, >tine W89. Dor. 
Consultants, Inc. p. 248-264. 1 989. FR 40(3) 



Coitus confusus, Oncorhynchus mykiss, and O. (s/iaivy(sc/ia. 

95-OO5457 Hodgson, (ames R,; Daniel E. Schindler and James F. Kltchell. DENSITY DEPENDENCE OI 
PREOATOR DIET SELECTION. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr, No. 124. p. 143. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[St. Norbert Coll,, DePere, Wl 541 15. lel:403-337-31B6] Microplerus sa/moic/es. 



r S A?',5-, h ^ 5 ! P her and Frank J' Scl wartz. ATLANTIC OCEAN OCCURRENCES OF THE SE/ 
U5 (PETROMYZONTIFORMES; PETROMYZONTIDAE), PARASITIZING 
r UMflU5 ' AND DUSKY ' C OBSCURUS (CARCHARHINITORMES 
A- SH c J R , l S ? FF NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA. Brimleyana ft N.C. State Mus, Wai. Stl. 
. . p. 69-72. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Mar. Sd., Untv. N.C, Morehead City 28S57] 



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yS-UUat 3 J JOnnSOFl, james i i. niiu U-..U . u . ,,..,... - , nnr en <fi/Tl 

INTHE]UNlATARIVER,PENNSYLVANIA./.Ffeshiva(ercoMO(1):1l-18.1995.FR40U) 

IRes & Dev Lab Nail. Biol. Surv., Rural Delivery (14, Box 63, Wellsboro, PA 16901 Lepomis aun y* 
M fc!ras dofoS, No.rop/5 vo/uW U4 Cypr/netfa .pi/optera, Caiostomns commersom, and P.mephafe 
noiatus. 

Kohl Franz ION THE WWF STUDY, "CORMORANTS AT THE DANUBE EAST OF VIENNA;-: 
ANALYSES AND AN ASSESSMENT TOWARD A NEW INTERPRETATION.) Oeslerr. F.sch. 



48(41-89-95 1995. In German. FR 40(3} 

[Oeslerr. Kuralorium Fisch, & Gewaesserschu.z, c/o Tuchlauben 1 7/4, 1 010 Wien, Austria] Cymnocephahis 
cernuus in Austria. 

95 005461 Uptikhovskiy, V. V. THE EFFECT OF THE ARGENTINE SQUID FISHERY ON THE DIET OF THE 
MA)0 5sHESON?HEPATAGONIAN SHELF./. IchihyoL 34(8): 150-1 52. 1994. FR 40 3) 

Res Inst, Fish. & Oceanogr., Kaliningrad, Russia! Mertuccius hofabst M.crome S t,us austrafa 
mageWanLs, and P a( agono<o lfl en ramsay/ in the southwestern AllanUc Ocean. 



editor. Northwest All. Fish. Organ. Sd. Counc Stud. No. 21. p. 43-154. "^ FR 40(3 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Sci. Branch, P.O. Box 5667, Si, John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1] Data for 21 species in 

Ihe northwestern Atlantic Ocean. 

95-005463 Li Jun and Yang Jiming. [STUDY ON THE ECOLOGICAL GROWTH EFFIGENCY OF |UVENILE 

REDLIP MULLET.) Mar. Sd. (Qingdao) 1 995(1 ):&8-69. 1995. In Chmese. FR 40(3) 
MtigH so-iuy. 

95-005464 Li J.n. IFOOD COMPOSITION AND FEEDING HABITS OF JAPANESE SEA BASS IN THE BOHAI 

SEA.) Mar. Scl. (Qingdao) 1994(3):39-44. 1994. In Chinese with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Lst. Oceanol, Chinese Acad. Sd., Qingdao 266071 , China] Lateobbra* /aponicus and data for 26 other 

species in the Yellow Sea. 

CC^N^^^ 

SN^ES^IS W DOUARNENEZ BAY OF FRANCE.l Mar. Sd. fQfngdao) 1 994(1):32-36. 1994. In Ch.nese 

wilh English summ. FR 40(3) 

TFMPERATURE AND PREY CONCENTRATION ON THE 
ON ZOOP^NKTON. A m . fl* 



5oc. Annu. Meet Abslr. No. 124. p. 97-98. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Dep Biol Sci., Mich. Technol. Univ., Houghton 49931. tol:906-4Q7-2025] 



K ov 

SSI RcJ?D TOl EFFECTS ON F^H STOCKS.) Oesterr. Fiscl, 48(2/3):43-53. 1995. in German w.ih En B l.sh 



46, A-2531 Gaaden, Austria] fiutffus tutOus, Gymnocepfta/us cernuus, Cbilus gobfo. and data for 
1 1 oilier species in Austria. 

sro^r^s^^^ 

(SOSSETOVCENTRAL ITALY). Avocelta 10(1):53-56. 1994. In Italian wilh English summ. FR 40{3) 
[Via Dragoncello 577, 00126 Roma, Italy) Data for nine species. 



Map!e, ON, Canada L 6A ,S, tel :005,32,,0 91 

namayctw/i. 

95-005470 Mehner, Thomas; Heinz Schullz and Reglindis Herbs). INTERACTION OF ZOOPLANiaON 
DYNAM CS AND DIET OF 0* PERCH (PERCA WWWSL) IN THE TOP-DOWr, MAN ^LATED BAUTZEN 
RESERVOIR (SAXONY, GERMANY) DURING SUMMER. Limnologies 25(1):1-9. 1995. FR40(3} 
|lnst. Hydrobiol., Tech. Univ. Dresden, D-01062 Dresden, Germany] 

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PRED^ 

199? FR 40(3 VRI ^ P ' AND GROWTH. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 148-149. 

(Dep. Conserv., 1 1 10 S. College Ave., Columbia, MO 65201 . tel:314-882-98801 

ELACIC FOOD WEB OF ONEIDA LW NEW YORK. 

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. 

SfKOJterfidn WJwum, Perca flavcejis, and Dorosoma cepetflanuro. 

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CmATERSOFTHEGRE 



Sjl olhw l?Kie eP ' Rsh - & WildL Bio1 - Col - Slate Univ - Fort Collins 8 0523] Ptychocheilus fudus .ind data 



FHA 

IN THE s^ ( -S^ ENLANDICA) DURING LACTATION AND MOULT IN MARCH-MAV 

WHITE SEA - ' 



l > P '- Box 2S11 ' N ' 9002 Tr mso, Norway] C/upea r 

spei n Ru S ' Ca!(efOS ' eui acute ""* Cac/,5 m0 r/ 1Ua , Ammoc/ytes, and date for 1 3 oilier 



RU crn -,. flnd K Mona 8 han - DIETS OF ADULT AND CHICK HERRING GULLS 

1995! FR 40 ^RCfNTEUS ON A1LSA CRAIG, SOUTH-WEST SCOTLAND. Seabird No. 1 7. p. 5&-63. 



species. D: APPl ' ' nilholi Uni '' 2 L Dep " Glasgow Univ " Glas 8 w G12 8 QQ< Scotland l Dalil f 

M f r\?? ^J vlenkhors t- ASPECTS OF THE BREEDING AND FEEDING ECOLOGY OF 

N I i ANN FT \At\D\ 1C CCDo *x/-\n ih i r^*n-- r-. ^ ^ ^ -_. . ....__ 



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SR ^^ 'N PORT PHILLIP BAY, VICTORIA, 1988-92. Emu 



u NaL Resour - P -' Box 137 ' Heidelberg, Vic. 3084, 

other species in Australia. 



'' Raymond M ' Newman and Mary C. Henry. DIET AND FEEDING 
' 1S R ' VER ESTUARY ' ^ SUPERIOR. ^a n , Aa , fftfr. 5oc. 

Res " Unit " Dep ' Fish 



GREENLAND WAtl^T ^ FE c EDING HAB1TS F STARRY RAY <^ ^DMTA) IN WEST 
rrv I :7 J u "'- Co '" lc - fx ' J ' ''- 5ea /- Mar - ^(. S2(l}:43.53. 1995. FR 40(3) 



-', Uv " DK - 2200 c Penhagen N, Denmnrk] , 

*"PP"Sfcsofcte4 txcoc/es, Wgfa w teptagonw decagons, and 



FREHWATER7lS e HK| r ^ Angela H ' A r'hingion. THE FEEDING ECOLOGY OF 

J995 FR40I3) SOFTHEAUSTRAUANWETTR ^ 

^ Sd ' Griffilh Univ Nalhan ' 



ae^ 
FR 40(3) ' "- Da "' e/ R Mo "y' complin- K.Y. Stale Mus. Cite. 54:44. 1 990. 

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FOODS/FEEDING (Continued) ^^ 

95-005482 Robinson, B. W. and D. S. Wilson. THE EVOLUTION OF PLANKTIVORY BY PUMPKINSEEDS 
UEPOMIS GIBBOSUS) IN THE ABSENCE OF BLUEGILLS (L MACKOCHIRUS). Program and Abstracts, The New 
York Natural History Conference H, April 29-May 1, 1992. Gordon C. Tucker, editor. N.Y. Stale Mus. Ore 54:61 . 
1 992. FR 40(3) 

95-005483 Robinson R. L; G. F. Turner; A. S. Grimm and T. ). Pitcher. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF 
PHYTOPLANKTON FEEDING IN THREE TILAPI1NE CICHLIDS. /. Fish Biol. 46(3):449456. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

(Univ. Aberdeen, Dep. Zool., Tillydrone Ave., Aberdeen AB9 2TN, Scotland] Ti/ap/a nflot/ca, T. //dole, and 
T. fcarongae. 

95-005484 Rooker lay R. FEEDING ECOLOGY OF THE SCHOOLMASTER SNAPPER, LUTfANUS APODUS 
?WA?BAUM), FROM SOUTHWESTERN PUERTO RICO. B.//. Mar. Sci. 56(3) : 881-B94. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Mar. Sci., Univ. Tex. Austin, Port Aransas 78373-1 267] 

95-005485 Roy, C.; C. Porleiro and ). Cabanas. THE OPTIMAL ENVIRONMENTAL WINDOW HYPOTHESIS 
IN THE ICES AREA- THE EXAMPLE OF THE IBERIAN SARDINE. Dynamics ofUpwettmg in he ICES Area Sefected 



. 



,.... 

[Dep, TOA, ORSTOM, 213 rue La Fayette, 75480 Paris Cedex 10, France] Sardma pi/chardus in the 
northeastern Atlantic Ocean. 

95-005486 Rudstam, Lars G.; Gunnar Aneer and Mikael Hilden. TOP-DOWN CONTROL IN THE PELAGIC 
BALTIC ECOSYSTEM. Special Issue on fish and fisheries in the Ba/t/c. /an Beyer. Villy Christens*, >M,chae to, 
Erik Hoffmann, C. C Hopkins, Thomas Kiorboe, William T. Peterson, and Dietrich 5chm.dc, editors. Dana Vol. 

' [Dep. Nat. Resour., Cornell Univ. Biol. Field Stn., 900 Shackellon Point Rd., Bridgeport, NY 13030) Cadus 
morbua, SpratKis sprattus, and C/upca barengus. 

95-005487 Saino, Nicola; Mauro Fasola and Edward Waiyaki, DO WHITE PEUCANS PtECANUS 
ONOCRQTALUS BENEFIT FROM FORAGING IN FLOCKS USING SYNCHRONOUS FEEDING? Ibis 
137(2):227-230. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Biol, Sez. Zool. Sci. Nat., Via Celoria 26, 201 33 Milano, Italy] Ti/apia a/ca/ica grahamr. 

95-005488 Schneider, James C. and James E. Greek. OVERWINTER CONS ^MPTION OF BLUEGiUS BY 
WALLEYES AND YELLOW PERCH. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 01 . 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep Nat Resour., Inst. Fish. Res., 21 2 Museums Annex Bldg., Ann Arbor, Ml 48109-1 084. tel:3 1 3-663-35,4] 
Lepomis macmcbirus, Stizostedion vitreum, and Perca flavescens in Michigan. 
95-005489 Sempeski, P.; P. Gaudin; H. Persat and O. Grolet. DIET SELECTION IN EARLY-LIFE STAGES OF 

GRAYLING (^^^ 

lURA CNRS 1451, Lab. Ecol. Eaux Douces & Grands Fleuves, Univ. Claude Bernard Lyon 1, 43 Blvd. du 1 1 
Novembre 1918, 69G22 Villeurbannc cedex, France) 

95-005490 Shealer, David A. and Joanna Burger. COMPARATIVE FORAGING SUCCESS BETWEEN ADULT 
AND ONE-YEAR-OLD ROSEATE AND SANDWICH TERNS. Co/on. WtHerbirds 1 8(1 ):93-99. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Biol. Sci,, Rulgers Univ., Piscalaway, N] 08855] /enWnsfe (amprotaen/a in Puerto Rico. 

95-005491 Sparholl, Henrik. FISH SPECIES INTERACTIONS IN THE BALTIC SEA. Spednf Issue on Fish , and 
fisheries in the' Baftfc/Jan E. Beyer, Villy Chr^cnsen, Michael fltott Enfc Hojfmann C C Hopfcns, Thomas 
Kiorboe, William J. Peterson, and Dietrich Schnadc, editors. Dana Vol. 10. p. 131-162. 1994. FR 40(3) 
(ICES, Palaegadc 2-4, DK-1 261 Copenhagen, Denmark] Gadus morfiua and data for 23 other species. 

95-005492 Stevens, John. COOKIE MONSTERS, Wlldl. Aust. 32(1 ):5-7. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[CSIRO Fish. Div., Hobart, Tasm., Australia] tsisilus brasi/iensi's. 

95-005493 Stone,C.J.; A.WebbandM.LTasker.THEDlSTRIBUTIONOFAUKS ANpPROCELlARIIFORMES 
IN NORTHWEST EUROPEAN WATERS IN RELATION TO DEPTH OF SEA. Bird Study 42(1):50-56. 1995. 



F Iseabirds Sea Team, Seabirds & Cetaceans Branch, Joint Nal. Conserv. Comm,, 17 Rablslaw Terrace, 
Aberdeen AB1 1XE, Scotland] 



95-005494 Slranko, Scott A. and Greg C. Carman. THE DYNAMICS OF PREDATOR P^Y INTERACTION 
AMONG REINTRODUCED AMERICAN SHAD (AtOSA SAPIDISSIMA) AND RESIDENT FISHES IN THE JAMES 
RIVER, VIRGINIA, Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 1 75-1 76. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
(Dep. Biol., Va. Commonwealth Univ., Richmond 23284-201 2] Mkropterus dolomleu. 



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1 5 ' 36 mm GRACING FRY (THYMALLUS THYMALLUS L, 175&J 
!?. 1994. InSerbo-Croatlan with English 



IZavod za ribistvo, Zupanclceva 9, Ljubljana, Slovenia] 



S 8fian Mufphy ' EXPERIM ^NTAL TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF JUVENILE 



[Harbor Branch Oceanogr. Insl, 5600 US-1 N., Fort Pierce, FL 34946] 



B0FNrFfliT a " E DIET F THE AN TARCTIC FISH TREMATOMUS NEWfU* 

FR 40(3? (NOTOTHENIIDAE) FROM TERRA NOVA BAY, ROSS SEA. Antarct. Sci, 7(l}:37-3a. I9H 

[ICRAM-Cent. Insl. Mar. Res,, via L. Respighi, 5, 00197 Rome, Italy] Data for nine oilier sjwclos. 



!,?; E IMPACT F INTRA " AND INTERSPECIFIC INTERACTIONS O* 
, IN TEMPERATE LAKES. /. Fish BIol 46(4):669-686. 1995. Fk -1013) 
uebeC Trois - Riv ^res, C.P. 500, Trois-Rivieres, PQ, Canada G9A 5M? 
iosiomui commersoni in Canada. 



- and )ohn ' Loch - INDEX OF P R EDATION ON JUVENILI 

/ QUA ^ FISH ' N E LOWER AND MIDDLE COLUMBIA RIVER AND IN THI 
. Am. Fah. 5oc.124(3):321-334. 1995. FR 40(3) 



OTTERS AT AMrwife KfTM^*^ 3 " 556 and Tim M ' Tinker ' BALD EACLES KLEPTOPARASITIHINf; 5FJ- 
fif \t 5 H ' TKA ISLAND ' ALASKA ' Condor 97(2)1588-590. 1995, FR 40(3) 

' P ' Z0 '" U8hlhOUSe Fie ' d Stn " Cromart y- R -shire, IV1 1 BVJ, 



nd Li Jun ' [ EJ <P ER 'MENTS ON ENERGY FLOW OF A SIMPLE FOOI 
. 1995. In Chinese wild English summ. FR 40(3) 
., Chinese Acad. So., Qingdao 266071, CM} Ammodytes personals and Sel>astesriHf.cw. 

AGE AND GROWTH 

cS?FIDENCE OF Om?S? ^5$ ^^h; James A. Rice; Stephen W. Nixon and Wilson C l> f |(cliar<: 
BREVOORTM ^SJm !V< M GE N M THROUGH THE fUVENILE STAGE FOR ATLANTIC MENHAIHIS 
[BeaJon Lab S Vr ^f -^ ^ 5e/V ' FB/I ' Buft 93(2):209-2 1 6. 1 99S. FR 40(3) 
IBeauforl Lab., Southed Fish. Sc,, Cent., NMFS, NOAA, 1 01 Piv G rs Island Rd., Beaufort, NC 285 I fr0722| 

^ ViclOr E ' Cussac - GROWTH AND NUTRITiONA 

): AN EXPERIMENTA- 



t. Reg. Univ. Bariloche, Univ. Nac Comahue, C.C. 1 336 Baribche, 8400 Rio N eg ro, 

, ?/,^ f Z hB Si lfte r teft/C /an ^^ ^ C >"*" 

Vol. 10- p. 203-234 1994. F R43 } ' * Peterson - d Dietrich Schnack. etlitars. 

CaS " e ' DK - 292 Charlottenlund, Denmark] Cfapea h 



^ 

A '' 



f , , . 

fish. Cvgan. Sdcsi. ^ r^ 7n m^^n^?- I9M " T -^-'^' *"" 
. Fish. & Oceans, Sd Branch, P, O P Box SCes^Canada A, C 5X1 , 



OF ATLANTIC COD 

95-005507 Brown David ' NR33 HT ' Enfi ' andl 

GROWTH CHRON%LCY^F an FSEsfwATlRSS STRENGTH, AND 45-VEAR OTCJLITH 

Or^AR10.Am.H^ 5 ocA nnu . Me eM^ FROM EASTERN WKE 

[Ortario Minist. Nal. Resour Sd A T^'k i L P u 1 45 ' 1 994 ' FR 40 (3) 

Picton, ON, Canada KOK 2TO. lel:61 3-476 SSS] " ' AqUat ' Ecosyst - Res ' Sect - Glenora Fish. Stn., R.R. A. 

FIUOO) 



92 1995 



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ACE AND GROWTH (Continued) 

95-005508 Callahan, Sean P.; David H. Wahl and Clay L Pierce. GROWTH OF BLUEGILL AND 
LARGEMOUTH BASS IN ILLINOIS RESERVOIRS IN RELATION TO FISH ABUNDANCES, FOOD AVAILABILITY, 
AND OTHER LIMNOLOGICAL VARIABLES. Am. Fish. Sac. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 146. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Zool,, East. III. Univ., Charleston 61920. tel:217-581-312&) Micropterus sa/moides and Lepomis 
macrochrrus. 

95-005509 Campana, S. E.; R. K. Molin; S. J. Smith and G. Chouinard. SPATIAL ANALYSES OF A 
TEMPERATURE-BASED GROWTH MODEL FOR COD OFF THE EASTERN COAST OF CANADA. Am. Fish. Soc. 
Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 45. 1994. FR40(3) 

[Mar. Fish Div., Bedford Inst.Oceanogr., P.O. Box 1 006, Dartmouth, NS, Canada B2Y 4A2. tel:902-426-3233] 
Gat/us morhua. 

95-00551 Daniels, R. A. GROWTH AND FEEDING OF LEPOMISAURITUS IN THE HUDSON RIVER. Program 
and Abstracts, Jhe New York Natural History Conference III, April 13-April 16, 1994. Cordon C. Tucker, editor. 
p. 57. 1994.FR40(3) 

|Stale Mus., Biol.Surv. Lab., 145 Jordan Rd.,Troy, NY 12180) 

95-005511 Dulcic, Jakov. ESTIMATION OF AGE AND GROWTH OF SARDINE, SARDINA PILCHARDUS 
(WALBAUM, 1 792), LARVAE BY READING DAILY OTOLITH INCREMENTS, fish. Res. (AmsL) 22(3,4):265-277. 
1995. FR 40(3) 

(Insl. Oceanogr. & Fish., Sel. I, Meslrovica 63, Split, Croatia] 

95-00551 2 Elorduy-Garay, Juan F. and Juan G. Dtaz-Uribe. AGE VALIDATION OF CAULOiAJILUS AFFINIS, 
GILL 1 S65 (PISCES: BRANCHIOSTEGIDAE) FROM THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA USING OTOLITHS. Sci Mar. 
58(4):227-287. 1 994, In English with Spanish summ, FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Brol. Mar., U.A.B.C.S., Apdo. Poslal 19-B, 23081 La Paz, B.C.S., Mexico] 

95-0055 1 3 Franzin, William G. and Paul M. Cooley, AN ANALYSIS OF GROWTH OF WALLEYE FROM SIX 
NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO LAKES IN RELATION TO LAKE SIZE. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 124. 
p. 143. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Cent. & Arctic Reg., Freshwater Inst., 501 University Crescent, Winnipeg, MB, Canada 
R3T 2N6. tel:204-983-5082] Sfrzosied/on vitreum. 

95-00551 4 Guindon, Kathryn Y.; Pauline Kamermans and John M. Miller. GROWTH POTENTIAL OFJUVENILE 
SOUTHERN FLOUNDER, PARAUCHTHYS LETHOSTIGMA, IN LOW-SALINITY NURSERY AREAS OF THE 
PAMLICO SOUND, NORTH CAROLINA. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 40. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[N.C. State Univ., Dep. Zool., Box 7617, Raleigh 27695. tel:91 9-51 5-3583) 

95-005515 Harlman, Kyle J. and Stephen B. Brandt. ONTOGENETIC CHANGES IN HABITAT SUITABILITY 
OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY FOR STRIPED BASS AND BLUEFISH. Am. Fish, Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 121. 
p. 115. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Great Lakes Cent., Buffalo Stale Coll., 1300 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, NY 14222. 
e-mail: hartman@lota.umd.edu | Morone saxatilis and Pomalomus sa/latr/x. 

95-005516 Hayashi, Amane; Kosei Dotsu and Masataka Ohta. [READABILITY OF SURFACE READING 
METHODS TO COUNT OTOLITH OPAQUE ZONES ON AGING IN MARBLED ROCKFISH SEBAST1CUS 
MARMORATUS COMPARED WITH THE CUTAWAY READING METHOD.] Nippon Suisan Cakkaishi 61 (1 ):1-5. 
1995. In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. Lab., Mar. Ecol. Res. Inst., Onjuku, Chiba 299-51, Japan] 

95-005517 Hayashizaki, Ken-ichi; Masato Hirohashi and Hitoshi Ida. EFFECT OF EGG SIZE ON THE 
CHARACTERISTICS OF EMBRYOS AND ALEV1NS OF CHUM SALMON. Fish. Scl. 61 (2):1 77-1 80. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[School Fish. Scl., Kitasato Univ., Sanriku, Kesen, Iwate 022-01, Japan] Oncorhynchus keta In Japan. 

95-005518 Jennings, Cecil A. EFFECTS OF ZEBRA MUSSEL DENSITY ON THE GROWTH OF JUVENILE 
FATHEAD MINNOW PIMEPHALES PROMELAS.Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 75. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Univ.Ga., Athens 30601] 

95-005519 Johnson, Allyn G. and L. Alan Collins. AGE-SIZE STRUCTURE OF RED GROUPER, (EPINEPHELUS 
MORIO), FROM THE EASTERN GULF OF MEXICO. Northeast Gulf Scl. 13(2):10H06, 1994. FR40(3) 
[NMFS, Southeast Fish. Sci. Cent., Panama City Lab., 3500 Delwood Beach Rd., Panama City, FL 32408] 

95-005520 Johnson, Jeffrey S.; Clay L. Pierce; David M. Day; David H. Wahl and John H, Putman. GROWTH 
OFILLINOIS STREAM FISHES IN RELATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES: ATEST OF EXISTING MODELS. 
Am. Fish, Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 83. 1 994. FR 40(3} 

(Dep. Zool., East. til. Univ., Charleston 61920. tel:217-348-0199] Lepomis macrochitus, Ictalurus punctatus, 
Miciopterus salmoides, M. dolomieu, and AmbloplUes rupestris. 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

AGE AND GROWTH (Continued) 

95-005521 Kershner, Mark W.; Denisc M. Schael and Roy A, Stein. HOW INDIVIDUAL-BASED 
CONSUMPTION, THERMAL REGIME, AND WALLEYE MOVEMENT INFLUENCE GROWTH OF LAKE ERiE 
WALLEYE. Am. Fish. Soc. Anmi. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 46-47. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

jAquat. Ecol. Lab., Dep. Zool., Ohio State Univ., Columbus 432 1 2. lel:61 4-292-1 61 3] Stizostcrlio 



95-005522 Kohler, Nancy E.; Jolin C. Casey and Patricia A. Turner. LENGTH-WEIGHT RELATIONSHIPS FOS 
13 SPECIES OF SHARKS FROM THE WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC. U.S. Nat/. Mar. Fish. Setv Fish Bu'l 
93(2):412-418. 1995.FR40{3) 

iNarragan&etl Lab., Northeast Fish. Sci. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, Narragansett, Rl 02882-1 1 99] 

95-005523 Lecomle-Finiger, Raymonde and Ahmed Yahyaoui. [OTOLITH MICROSTRUCTURE ANALYSIS IN 
THE STUDY OF THE EARLY LIFE HISTORY OF THE EUROPEAN KLANCUILLA ANGUILLA.} C R. Acad So. 
Ser. Ill Sci. Vie 30B(1):l-7. 1989. In French with English summ. FR 40(3) 

95-005524 Liao, Hongsheng; Clay L. Pierce; David H. Wahl; Joseph B. Rasmussen and William C. LeggeSl 
RELATIVE WEIGHT (W,) AS A FIELD ASSESSMENT TOOL: RELATIONSHIPS WITH GROWTH, PREY BIOMASf, 
AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 1 24(3):387-400. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Anim. EcoL, Sci. II, Iowa State Univ., Ames 5001 1 \ 

95-005525 Limburg, Karin E. OTOLITH STRONTIUM TRACES ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY Of 
SUBYEARLINC AMERICAN SHAD ALOSA SAPIDISSIMA. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 1 1 9(1-3):25-35. 1 995. FR -10(5) 
[Inst. Ecosyst. Studies, Box AB, Millbrook, NY 1 2545] 

95-005526 Martin, Michael H. VALIDATION OF DAILY GROWTH INCREMENTS IN OTOLITNS Of 
ANCUILLA ROSJRATA (LESUEUR) ELVERS. Can. I. Zoo! 73(1 ):20B-21 1 . In English with French summ, FR 4D(JJ 
[Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., RACE Div., 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 981 1 5-0070] 

9S-005527 McCormick, Mark I. and Brett W. Molony. INFLUENCE OF WATER TEMPERATURE DURING THE 
LARVAL STAGE ON SIZE, AGE AND BODY CONDITION OF A TROPICAL REEF FISH AT SETTLEMENT, Mv. 
Ecoi Prog. Ser. 1 18(1-3);59-68. 1995. FR 40(3) 

JDep, Mar. Biol., James Cook Univ. North Queensland, Townsville, Qld. 481 1, Australia] Upencus Iragula in. 
Australia. 

95-005528 Mclnerny, Michael C. and )ohn W. Held, FIRST-YEAR GROWTH OF SEVEN CO-OCCURRING 
FISH SPECIES OF NAVIGATION POOL 9 OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. /. freshwater Ecot. 10(1 1:33-41 . 1995. 

l ' 



[Dep. Nat. Resour., 20596 Hwy. 7, Hulchinson, MN 55350] Hiodon tergisus, Dorosoma cepeclisnum, Morone 



95-005529 Megalofonou, P.; J. M. Dean; G. De Metrio; C. Wilson and S. Berkeley. AGE AND GROWTH OJ 
JUVENILE SWORDFISH, XIPHIAS GIADIUS LINNAEUS, FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA. /. Exn. Mar. Bid 
Ecol 18fl(1):79-88. 1995.FR40{3) 

[Dean: Belle W. Baruch Inst. Mar. Biol.& Coastal Res., Dep, Biol.Sci. & Mar. Sci. Program, Univ. S.C., Columbia 
29208| 

95-005530 Miller, Thomas J.; T. Herra and W. C. Leggelt. INDIVIDUAL GROWTH TRAJECTORIES IN LARVAL 
COD (CADU5 MORHUA). Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 66. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., McGffl Univ., 1 205 Ave. Docteur Penfield, Montreal, PQ, Canada H3A 1 B1 . tel:5l 4-39B-&455I 

95-005531 Nicieza, Alfredo G.j Forentino Brana; Luis Reiriz and Felipe G, Reyes-Gavilan. GEOGRAPHIC 
KSi?M ^l N L N GROWTH - BIMODALITY, AND DIGESTIVE PERFORMANCE OF JUVENILE ATLANTIC 
bALMON. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium ttekl 31 ittt 
University o! British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 57-62. 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

AGE AND GROWTH (Continued) 

95-005534 Peterson, R.; D. ). Martin-Robichaud and A. Berge. INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY 
ON EARLY STRIPED BASS DEVELOPMENT. Am. Fish. Sac. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 124. p. 122. 1994. FR 40(3) 
(Fish. & Oceans Canada, Si. Andrews Biol. Sin. & Inst. Mar. Res., Malredal, Norway. 
e-mail:r_pelersQn@hionet.bio.dfo.caj Morons saxatilis. 

95-005535 Peuhkuri, Nina; Esa Ranla; Sanna-Kaisa Juvonen and Kai Lindstrom. SCHOOLING AFFECTS 
GROWTH IN THE THREE-SPINED STICKLEBACK, GASTEROS7EUS ACULEATUS. I Fish Biol. 46(2):221-226. 
1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Integralive Ecol. Unit, Dep. Zool., Div. Ecol., P.O. Box 17, (P. Raiitaliekalu 13), Univ. Helsinki, FIN-00014 
Helsinki, Finland) 

95-005536 Phillips, J. M.; J. R. Jackson and R. L Noble. HATCHING DATE INFLUENCE ON ACE-SPECIFIC 
DIET AND GROWTH OF AGE-0 LARCEMOUTH BASS. Trans. Am. Fish. Sac. 1 24(3):370-379. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[School Nat, Resour., 1 1 2 Stephens Hall, Univ. Mo., Columbia 652 1 1 1 

95-005537 Pierce, Clay L; Joseph B. Rasmussen and William C, Leggelt. GROWTH RELATIONSHIPS OF 
LITTORAL FISHES WITH ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES IN SOUTHERN QUEBEC LAKES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. 
Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 100-101. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res. Unit, Dep. Anim. Ecol., Iowa State Univ., Ames 5001 1 , lel:5 1 5-294-31 59] Lcpomis 
gibbosus and Woiem/goni/s oyso/eucas. 

95-005538 Potts, Jennifer C. and Charles S. Manooch III. ACE AND GROWTH OF RED HIND AND ROCK 
HIND COLLECTED FROM NORTH CAROLINA THROUGH THE DRY TORTUGAS, FLORIDA. Buff. Mat. Sci. 
56(3):784-794. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[NOAA, NMFS, Southeast Fish, Sci, Cent., Beaufort Lab., 101 Pivers Island Rd., Beaufort, NC 2B516-9722] 
Epinephelus guttatus and L adscensionis. 

95-005539 Pulman, John H.; Clay L. Pierce and David M. Day. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTAL 
VARIABLES AND SIZE-SPECIFIC GROWTH RATES OF ILLINOIS STREAM FISHES. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 
124(2|:252-261. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Pierce: Natl. Biol. Serv., Coop. Fish & Wildl. RGS. Unit, Dep. Anim. Ecol., Iowa State Univ., Sci. Hall II, Amos 
5001 1 1 Micropterus dotomieit, M. salmoides, Amblopliies rupestris, Lspomis macrochirus, and laalurus pimctatus. 

95-005540 Ron), Philip and Thomas P. Quinn. GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION IN SIZE AND AGE OF NORTH 
AMERICAN CHINOOK SALMON. N. Am. I. Fish. Manage. 1 5(2}:325-345. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Fish & Wildl., 1 000 Point Whitney Rd., Brinnon, WA 98320) Oncorhynchus ishawyiscba. 

95-005541 Sabo, M. J. and D. J, Orth. GROWTH OF AGE-0 SMALLMOUTH BASS (MICROPTERUS 
DOLOMIEU LACEPEDE): INTERACTIVE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE, SPAWNING DATE, AND GROWTH 
AUTOCORRELATION. Ecol. Freshwater Fish 4{1}:28-36. 1995. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(3) 
(School For., Wildl. & Fish., La. Stale Univ., Baton Rouge 70803] 

95-005542 Savinykh, V. F. and Vlasova, L. V. THE LENGTH-AGE STRUCTURE AND GROWTH RATE OF THE 
PACIFIC POMFRET, DRAMA IAPONICA (BRAMIDAE). /. Ichthyot. 34(8):97-1 07. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Pac. Ocean Sci. Res. Inst. Sea Fish. & Oceanogr,, Vladivostok, Russia) 

95-005543 Scherbllch, L. V. and L. I. Venediklova. [AGE ESTIMATION METHOD FOR THE MACKEREL 
SCOMBER IAPONICUS COLIAS GMELIN IN THE CENTRAL-EAST ATLANTIC.] /Eco/ogy am/ Fish Stocks in the 
East Atlantic. Collective Papers./ Fisheries Committee of the Russian Federation p. 49-60, 205. 1 993. In Russian 
with English summ. FR 40(3} 

95-005544 Smith, Stanley D.; Alec G. Maule and Thomas P. POG. THE EFFECTS OF INCIDENTAL 
ELECTROFISHING ON ADULT SPRING CHINOOK SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS TSHAWYTSCHA). Am. Fish. 
Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 67-68, 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Natl. Biol. Surv., Nail. Fish. Res. Ccnt.-Columbia River Field Stn., M.P. 5.48L Cook/Underwood Rd,, Cook, 
WA 98605. tel:509-538-2299] 

95-005545 Stead, S. M.; D. F. Houlihan; H. A. McLay and R. Johnstone, DO DOMINANT FISH GROW THE 
FASTEST? High Performance Fish; Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University 
of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-2 1, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 337-339. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
|Dep. Zool., Univ. Aberdeen, Tillydrone Ave., Aberdeen AB9 2TN, Scotland. tel:(0224) 295303; fax:(0224) 
295511]Sa/mosa/ar. 

95-005546 Theilacker, Gail H. and Steven M. Porter. CONDITION OF LARVAL WALLEYE POLLOCK, 
7HERAGRA CHALCOGRAMMA, IN THE WESTERN GULF OF ALASKA ASSESSED WITH HISTOLOGICAL AND 
SHRINKAGE INDICES. U.S. Natl. Mar. Fish. Fish. Serv. Fish. Bull. 93(2);333-344. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent,, NMFS, NOAA, 7600 Sand Polnl Way NE, Seattle, WA 981 1 5] 

FR40(3) 95 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 
AGE AND GROWTH (Continued) 



Radlke; Daniel P - Malone and J hn P ' Wallinga. US GFOTQLITH 

RU rn w HIND ' CASTING LARVAL COD CADUS MOKHUA DJSTRlOUTlOtf 

RELATIVE TO WATER MASSES ON GEORGES BANK. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 1 1 9( l-3):37-44. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
|Dep. Oceanogr. & Cent. Mar. Studies, 5741 Libby Hall, Univ. Maine, Orono 04469-5741 ] 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION, FISH SURVEYS, ETC. 

Wllmf ^FMH^AT, 5 ;^ R 1 A - Cun i ak and TJ ' Benfey " SHOR T-TERM VARIABILITY IN GROWTH RATES OF 
An KT.i, AT k ^ NTIC SALMON (SALMO SAIAR) IN TWO NEW BRUNSWICK STREAMS. Am. fiih S 
Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 57. 1994. FR 40(3) 

exi WOT 8 ' ''' Un]V ' NeW Brunswick ' Ba S Seiv - # 4511 ] < Fredericton, NB, Canada E3B 6EI. iol:5QW53-S) 



SSSi! ^ B r alik ( : Sul !Tf n - FRESHWATER FISH IN ANATOLIA, TURKEY. Spec/a/ Issue: Fmfc/nfr freifnvtffr 
nl , , f t Med(terran ea" Region - Based on a Woffcs/iop at the Biological Station of Tour rfu V'a'Jl 

72(2^21 3 S^ST^R 40^^ ( ' F ^^ 

[Ege Univ. Fen Fak., Biyol. Bolumu, Bornova, Izmir, Turkey] Dala for 30 species. 



nKMc,' C; Rober t S'ndacoand Nicoletta Fedrrghini. NOTES ON THE DISTRIBUTION 



/ \t TiAf/i crcurp IL i i 1 1 -*-<-*. -'^"wiiwi^uiifcff ii^^i i_j x__-i T ii 1 1, uu j hML/ 

FR 40(3) ANATOLIA. Zoo/. Mddfe fast Vol. 1 1. p. 73-77. 1995. In English with Gernian 

and'ri/apS; inTulke '' CaSC ' na V ' 8na ' CP ' 89 ' 10 22 Carma 8 flola ( T ). Italy] Aphanius, Cambusb iMlhrock. 
^WJ^^kS^-P STEEL ^ EAD POPULATIONS OF THE.KlAMATH-TRINm : 



24Mirrh IPO . . 

-24 Marcj i 1994. Tnomas | Hasster, erffor. p. 73-97. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

mi*Kd O ishS^i NaU ' Bi0li ^^ HUmb !C " Sla ' e UtliV " ArC3la ' CA 95521( Oncorh^chM Mutch, 



K\^ ]o Car ' OS Bcauniord and Miguel Petrere, Jr. COMPARISON FiEFWECN 
? P ^ AN ^ R ' VR {MT) AND JACARE PEPIRA R'VER (SP>, BRAZIL. /\c(a Wr.J. l'f 
r i o r 4 r ln . En8llsh Wlth S P anish summ - F R 40(3) 
[UNESP-Dep. Etol., CP 199, 13506-900, Rio Claro (SP), Brazil] Data for 58 species. 

CHTpA 5 DnnT^ and Migue1 Pelrere - J f - FISH COMMUNITIES OF MANSO KIVEfl, 

FR 40(3 GU1M ARAES, MT, BRAZIL. /\cla Biol. Venez. 15(2):21-35. 1 994. In English wilh S|,,i.,l S h sun^ 

lUNESP-Dep. Ecol., CP 199, 13506-900, Rio Claro (SP), Brazil] Data for 74 species. 

TH 5 H 5 ALLOW^Mm^1mTc^ e r r and) ' P ' Salinl FISH COMMUNITIES AND THE NURSKRY HOLE OF 
SLSi^ffiSg^^ 1 ^" ^f f P M IN THE CULF CARPENTARIA, AUSTRAU, 
[CSIRO D,v. F,sh., Ma, Lab., P.O. Box 1 20, Cleveland, Qld. 41 63, Australia) Data for 1 1 sperms. 

^^^ edilors ' EVOLUTIONARY HISTOKY f)F ; 



HISTORICAL ECOLOGY: EXAM.N1N<1 
* OF COMMUNITY EVOLUTION. In: Species Divctsity in EcologicA 

pi ^ 

[Dcp. Zool., Univ. Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada MSS 1A1 ] 

STURCE N WATERS AND FISHERIES IN NEW YORK STATF. } Cl 



HlSvATTo^E^^^ INFLUENaNG FISH ASSEMr3LAC iE ; S OF A 

|Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res Unit Uni w i Ll CwatBasm Nat. 55(2): 169-1 73. 199S. FK -;0()| 

CpJatyrhynchus, C commeisoni 'pimpnhJ''r. ^' e8 n 2 . J 1 ' 3166 ]K/Hn/ch%soscuftjs, Catosio/nus/altornnfi 

, cp(iafes promeias, Ricnardsonius baltcmnv hvrlmnhlnv -in^i f"jii - *- 

ne nncccn r- i_ --"ijuiiiui udiiedlUS nyClrOpflfOX, ana Ijfkl i 

95-005559 Cashner, Robert r Frjnr o r- i , , 

VARIATION (W THE nic-mm.T;'.!.." r- Le lw!ck and William 1. Malthowc CPATIAI Awri rrj 



VARIATION IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF HtHK /S ^ Willlam J- Matthews. SPATIAL AND ._.. 
PnNTrwADTDAiMCPT. .. . i? wr riSMfcb OF THE LABRANCHE WETLANDS AREA OF THE 

atCulfScl. 13{2}:107-120, 1994. FR 40(3) 
is, LA 70148] Dala for 38 species. 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION, FISH SURVEYS, ETC (Continued) 

95-005560 Changeux, T. and D. Pont. ICHTHYOCEOCRAPHIC REGIONS AND WATERSHED SIZE IN THE 
FRENCH RIVER RHONE NETWORK. Space Partition Within -Aquatic ecosystems: Proceedings of the Second 
International Congress of Limnology and Oceanography Held in Evian, France, May 25-28, 1993. Gerard Balvay, 
editor. Hydrobiologia Vol, 300/301 . p. 355-363. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Lab. Ecol. Syst. Fluviaux, URA CNRS 1451, Univ. Cl. Bernard, I rue Parmentier, 13200 Aries, France] Data 
for 29 species. 

95-005561 Changeux, Thomas and Didier Pont. CURRENT STATUS OF THE RIVERINE FISHES OF THE 
FRENCH MEDITERRANEAN BASIN. Special Issue: Endemic Freshwater Fishes of the Northern Mediterranean 
Region - Based on a Workshop at the Biological Station of Jour du Va/al, Comargue Area, France, 28 January to I 
February, 1993. Alain /. Crivelli and Peter S. Maitland, editors. Biol. Conserv. 72(2):137-158. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Lab. Ecol. Syst, Fluviaux, URA, CNRS 1451, 1, Rue Parmentier, 13200 Aries, France] Data for 56 species. 

95-005562 Clarke, Thomas A. LARVAE OF NEARSHORE FISHES IN OCEANIC WATERS OF THE CENTRAL 
EQUATORIAL PACIFIC. Pac. Sd. 49(2): 1 34-1 42. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Mar. Biol., P.O. Box 1 346, Kane'ohe, HI 96744] Daia for 72 species, 

95-005563 Crivelli, Alain ]. and Peter S. Maitland. INTRODUCTION. Special Issue: Endemic Freshwater Fishes 
of the Northern Mediterranean Region Based on a Workshop at the Biological Station of Tour du Valat, Camatgue 
Area, France, 28 January to 1 February, 1993. Alain /. Crivelli and Peter S. Maitland, editors. Biol. Consetv. 
72{2}:121-122. 1995, FR 40(3) 

(Sin, Biol. Tour du Valal, Le Sambuc, 1 3200 Aries, Camargue, France) 

95-005564 Crivelli, Alain ). and Peter S, Maitland, editors. SPECIAL ISSUE: ENDEMIC FRESHWATER FISHES 
OFTHE NORTHERN MEDITERRANEAN REG ION -BASED ON A WORKSHOP ATTHE BIOLOGICAL STATION 
OF TOUR DU VALAT, CAMARGUE AREA, FRANCE, 28 JANUARY TO 1 FEBRUARY, 1993. Biol. Conserv. 
72(2):121-337. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Stn. Biol. Tour du Valal, Le Sambuc, 1 3200 Aries, Camargue, France) Individual papers indexed in this issue 
of Fisheries Review. 

95-005565 Dalley, E. L and ]. T. Anderson. DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF DEMERSAL JUVENILE 
COD (GADUSMORHUA) FROM INSHORE TO OFFSHORE LOCATIONS ON THE NORTHERN GRAND BANK 
AND NORTHEAST NEWFOUNDLAND SHELF IN DECEMBER, 1992. Collection of Papers Related to Northern 
Cod and Seals in NAFO Divisions 21 and 3KL Papers Presented to the Scientific Council 1993, T. -Amaratunga, 
editor. Northwest All. Fish. Organ. Sci. Counc. Stud. No. 21 . p. 91-103. 1994, FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Sci. Branch, P.O. Box 5fi&7, Si. John's, NF, Canada A1 C 5X1 ] 

95-005566 Diamond, )ared. B1OGEOGRAPHIC MOSAICS IN THE PACIFIC. Btogeograp/iy of the Tropical 
Pacific: Proceedings of a Symposium. Honolulu, Hawaii, May 23-26, /9S2. Frank I. Radovsky, Peter H. Raven, and 
S. H. Sohmer, editors. Bishop Mus. Spec. PUD/. No. 72. p. 1-14. 1984. FR 40(3) 

95-005567 Doyle, Miriam ).; William C. Rugen and Richard D. Brodcur. NEUSTONIC ICHTHYPLANKTON IN 
THE WESTERN GULF OF ALASKA DURING SPRING. U.S. Nail. Mar. Fish. Serv. Fish. Bull. 93(2);231-253. 1995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-0070] Data for 57 
species. 

95-005568 Fcdorov, V. V. and N. V. Parin. DEREPODICHTHYS ALEPIDOTUS GILBERT (ZOARCIDAE), AN 
INHABITANT OF THE HYDROTHERMAL ZONE IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA. }. Ichthyol. 34(8):126-131. 
1994, FR 40(3) 

[Zool. Inst., Russian Acad. Sci., St. Petersburg, Russia] Lycenchelys and Paraliparis. 

95-005569 Fedorov, V. V. CIGANTACTIS EiSMANI, THE FIRST REPORT OF A SPECIES OF THE FAMILY 
CIGANTACFINIDAE (LOPHIFORMES) FROM THE SEA OF OKHOTSK. /. Ichlhyot. 34(8):132-134. 1994. 
FR 40(3) 

[Zool. Inst., Russian Acad. Sci., St. Petersburg, Russia] Data for 20 species. 

95-005570 Felley, James D. and Michael Vecchione. ASSESSING HABITAT USE BY NEKTON ON THE 
CONTINENTAL SLOPE USING ARCHIVED VIDEOTAPES FROM SUBMERSIBLES. US. Nat/. Mar. Fish. Sciv. Fish. 
Bull. 93(2):262-273. 1995. FR 40(3} 

(Off. Inform, Resour. Manage., Rm. 2310, A&l Bldg., Smithsonian Inst., Washington, DC 20560] Nezum/a, 
Synaphoorandius, Urophycis cheslcrl, Helicolcnus, Saurida, Lycenchelys vemlli, Lycodes atlanticus, and 
G/yptocep/ia/us cynog/ossus in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean. 

95-005571 Fouda, M. M. LIFE HISTORY STRATEGIES OF FOUR SMALL-SIZE FISHES IN THE SUEZ CANAL, 
EGYPT. 1. Fish Biol. 46(4):687-702. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Sultan Qaboos Univ., Coll. Agric., Dep, Fish. Sci. & Teclinol., P.O. Box 34, AI-Khod 123, Muscat, Oman] 
Silhouettes aegypt/a, Aphanius dispar, Pomaloschistus marmoratus, Atherina boycri, and data for 3 1 other species. 

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GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION, FISH SURVEYS, ETC. (Continued) 

95-005572 Franke, Rebeca and Arluro P. Acero. (THE COLOMBIAN SPECIES OF THE GENUS BROJUiA 

(PISCES: QPHIDIIDAE).] Ca/dasia 17(82-85):597-602. 1995. In Spanish with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[INDERENA (Parque Mac. Nat. Gorgona), Apdo. 3039, Cali, Colombia] Brotula clarkae, B. ortlwsyi, and a 
barbata. 

95-005573 Franz, Richard; Judy Bauer and Tom Morris. REVIEW OF BIOLOGICALLY SIGNIFICANT CAVES 
AND THEIR FAUNAS IN FLORIDA AND SOUTH GEORGIA. Brimteyana (I. N.C Stale Mus. Wai. Sci.) No. 20, 
p. 1-10. 1994. FR40(3) 

(Mus. Nat. Hist., Univ. Fla., Gainesville 3261 1 ] Anguilfa rostrata, Notropis harperi, Ameiunis natelis, find dal* 
for six other species. 

95-005574 Cobalet, Kenneth W. A PREHISTORIC STURGEON FISHERY IN SAN PABLO, CONTRA COSTA 
COUNTY, CALIFORNIA: AN ADDENDUM. Calif. Fish Came B0(3);125-127. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. BioL, Calif. State Univ., Bakersfield 933 1 1 ] Adpenser and daia for 1 2 other species, 

95-005575 Gomelyuk, V. E.; S. L Kondrashev and A. V. Levin. (ICHTHYOFAUNA OF ALEKSEEVA BAY (PETER 
THE GREAT BAY, SEA OF JAPAN) UNDER AN INFLUENCE OF THE JAPANESE SCALLOP CULTURE-! {ttlofogf 
of Shelf and Anadromous Fish Species. Collection of Scientific Papers.] V. N. Ivankov, editor. Mar. Bio!. (Vt^ivmiokf 
Suppl. p. 5-8, 1990. In Russian with English summ, FR 40(3) 
Data for 52 species. 

95-005576 Hayes, Daniel B.; Lisa C, Hendrickson and John F. Kocik. DECLINE IN GEOGRAPHIC RANGE OF 

HADDOCK IN THE GULFOFMAINEANDCEORCESBANK.Am. fish. 5oc.Annu. Meet. >\/str. No. 124. p. < 
1994. 



INMFS, IGG Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1097. (ol:50B-S48-5 12 Jj 
e-maikdliayes@whsunl.wh.whoi.edul Me/anogrammus aegtcftnus. 

95-005577 Henley, Douglas T. OHIO RIVER SPORT FISHERY INVESTIGATIONS. Ky. Dep. Fish. WrkU, Know. 
Fish. Bull. No. 95. 66p. 1 995, FR 40(3) 
Data for 59 species. 

95-005578 Hensley, Valentine I. and Dannie A. Hensley. FISHES EATEN BY SOOTY TERNS AND URC >WN 
NODDIES IN THE DRY TORTUGAS, FLORIDA. Bull. Mar. Sci. 56(3):813-821 . 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Univ. Puerto Rico, Dep. Mar. Sci., P.O. Box 5000, Mayaguez 00681 1 Data for 84 species. 

95-005579 Holland-Bartels, Leslie E.; Michael R. Dewey and Steven J. Zigler. ICHTHYOI'LANKTON 
ABUNDANCE AND VARIANCE IN A LARGE RIVER SYSTEM CONCERNS FOR LONG-TERM MONITORING. 
Regul. Rivers Res. & Manage. 10(1):1-14. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Nail. Biol. Surv., Sci. Cent., 101 1 E. Tudor Rd., Anchorage, AK 99503] Data for nine genera in the Mississippi 

95-005580 Hugueny, Barnard and DidierPaugy. UNSATURATED FISH COMMUNITIES IN AFRICAN KIVFRS. 
Am, Nat 146(1):162-169. 1995. FR 40(3) 

^JS? 1 ;,!*"? DoucesCrancls F^uves, URACNRS 1451, Univ. Claude Bernard, 43 8d.du 11 Novomhri- IVIfl, 
69622 Villeurbanne Cedex, France] 



*n,. ^ Hunte/ Wa V ne; Haze! A - Oxenford and Robin Mahon. DISTRIBUTION AND RELATIVE 

^y??^ E .S F FLYINGFISH (EXOCOETIDAE) IN THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN. II. SPAWNING SUBSTRATA, 
EGGS AND LARVAE. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Set. 1 17{l-3):25-37. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Bellairs Res. Inst., McGill Univ., Si. James, Barbados] fxocoefus volltons, Parexocoetus bracliwlwu*. 
Cypselurns cyanoplerus, and Hfrundfchlhys aftinis. 

95-005582 Kay E. Alison. PATTERNS OF SPECIATION IN THE INDO-WEST PACIFIC. BlOBcogfaphy <*F the 
tropical Pacific Proceedings oCa Symposium. Honolulu. Hawaii, May 23-26, 1982. Frank I. Rndovsky. I'^lrr i t. 
Kaven, and S. H. Sohmer, editors. Bishop Mus. Spec. Publ. No. 72. p. 15-31. 1984. FR 40(3) 



c u ' B L eniyT ' KENTUCKY FISH- Ky. Dep. fbh Wild!. Resour. 38p. 1993. FR 40(3} 

[Div. Fish., Dep. Fish& Wildl. Resour., ffl Game Farm Rd., Frankfort, KY 40601] 

E SAND - DWELL1NG P ^COCKS OF LAKE MALAWI. Trap. Pish 



^ 

K WT,r a , n rr7 a '- M n P - I MYCTOPHID AE SPECIES COMPOSITION AND DISTRIBUTION IN TMI 
Ct l e l ' n D the Atiantic and Southern Pad(ic Ocea " s - Co/teci/ Wrf.imr. o 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION, FISH SURVEYS, ETC. (Continued) 

95-005586 Leibel, Wayne S. INTRODUCING THE CICHLIDS OF CENTRAL AMERICA. Trap. Fish Hobbyist 

43(9):96-106. 1995. FR 40(3) 

95-005587 Marie, Drago. ENDEMIC FISH SPECIES OF MONTENEGRO. Spec/a/ Issue: Endemic Freshwater 
Fishes oi the Northern Mediterranean Region - Based on a Workshop at ihe Biological Station of Tour du Valat, 
Camargue Area, France, 28 January to I February, f 993. Alain I. Oivelli and Peter S. Maitland, editors. Bio/. Conserv. 
72(2):187-194. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Biol. Inst., Univ. Montenegro, P.O, Box 98, 81000 Podgorica, Montenegro, Yugoslavial Data for 24 species 
in Yugoslavia. 

95-005588 Mrakovcic, Milorad; Stjepan Miselic and Mela Povz. STATUS OF FRESHWATER FISH IN 
CROATIAN ADRIATIC RIVER SYSTEMS. Spec/a/ Issue: Endemic Freshwater Fishes of the Northern Mediterranean 
Region - Based on a Workshop at the Biological Station of Tour du Valat, Camargue Area, France, 28 January to I 
February, 1993. Alain I. Criwili and Peter S. Maitland, editors. Biol. Conserv. 72(2):179-185. 1995. FR 40(3) 
(Fish! Cent., Kneza Mislava 2/V, 41000 Zagreb, Croalia) Dala for 64 species. 

95-005589 Nichols ), H.; G. M. Haynes; C. ]. Fox; S. P. Milligan; K. M, Grander and R. |. Chapman. SPRING 
PLANKTON SURVEYS OF THE IRISH SEA IN 1 982, 1 985, 1 987, 1 988, AND 1 989: HYDROGRAPHY AND THE 
DISTRIBUTION OF FISH EGGS AND LARVAE. Fish. Res. Tech. Rep. Minist. Agric. Fish. Food (Lowestoft) No. 95, 

[Fish Stock Manage. Div. (Sect. 2), MAFF Dir. Fish. Res., Fish. Lai)., Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 OHT, England] 
Dala for 47 species. 

95-005590 Oxenford, Hazel A.; Robin Malion and Wayne Hunte. DISTRIBUTION AND RELATIVE 
ABUNDANCE OF FLYINGFISH (EXOCOETIDAE) IN THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN. I, ADULTS. Mar. Ecol. Prog. 
Ser. 117(1-3):11-23.1995.FR40(3) 

[Mar. Resour. & Environ. Manage. Programme (MAREMP), Univ. West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados] 
Parexocoelus brachypierus, Hirundichthys affinis, and Cypselurus cyanopterus. 

95-005591 Oxenford, Hazel A.; Robin Mahon and Wayne Hunte. DISTRIBUTION AND RELATIVE 
ABUNDANCE OF FLYINGFISH (EXOCOETIDAE) IN THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN. III. JUVENILES. Mar. Ecol. Prog, 
Ser. 117(1-3):39-47.1995.FR40{3) 

[Mar. Resour. & Environ. Manage. Programme (MAREMP), Univ. West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados] 
Hintndic'hlhys affinis, Exocoetus volitans, and Pttrexocoetus /jrachypterus. 

95-005592 Pappantoniou, A,; ]. Klonowski and C. Vichpt. ICHTHYOFAUNAL SURVEY OF THE SAWMILL 
R IVER WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NEW YORK. Program and Abstracts, Trie New York Natural History Conference, 
fune 20-22, 1990. Daniel P. Mo/Joy, compiler. N.Y. State Mus. Ore. 54:43. 1990. FR 40(3) 

Rhinichlhys atralu/us, Calostomus commersoni, Esox amer/canus, and Oncornyncnus myMss. 

95-005593 Pepin, P. and J. A. Helbig. MODELING THE EVOLUTION OFTHE DISTRIBUTION OF FISH EGGS 
IN A COASTAL EMBAYMENT USING HF RADAR. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 166. 1994. 

[Fish. & Oceans, P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1. tel:709-772-2081] Hlppogtossoldes 
platessoides, Gadus mor/iua, and Pleuronectes ferru&neus in Canada. 

95-005594 Pequeno R., German and Julio Lamllla G. [BATOIDS COMMON TO CHILE AND 
ARGENTINA-URUGUAY COASTS (PISCES: CHONDRICHTHYES).| Rev. Biol. Mar. 28(2):203-217. 1993, In 
Spanish with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Zool. "Ernst. F. Kilian," Univ. Austral Chile, Casllla 567, Valdivia, Chile] Data for 54 species. 

95-005595 Picard, Chris R.; Michael A. Bozek and Walter T. Momot. THE INFLUENCE OF GEOLOGY ON 
BROOK TROUT DISTRIBUTION IN NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. 
p.fl9. 1 994. FR 40(3) . 

[Lakehead Univ., 955 Oliver Rd,, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada P7B 5E1 . tel:807-343-4002] 5alve/inus fontinalls 
in Canada. 

95-005596 Provenzano R., Francisco. [LEPORACANTHICUS GAIAXIAS ISBRUKER Y NIJSSEN (1989) (PISCES: 
SILURIFORMES: LORICARHDAE), A NEW REPORT OF A LORICARID CATFISH FROM VENEZUELA.] Acta. Biol. 
Venez. 15(3-4):97-9B. 1995. In Spanish. FR 40(3} 

|lnst. Zool. Trop., Fac. Ciencias, Univ. Cent. Venezuela, Apdo. 47058 Caracas 1041 A Venezuela] 

95-005597 Radovsky, Frank J.; Peter H. Raven and S. H. Solimer, editors. BIOGEOGRAPHY OFTHETROPICAL 
PACIFIC: PROCEEDINGS OF A SYMPOSIUM. HONOLULU, HAWAII, MAY 23-26, 1982. Bishop Mus. Spec. 
Pub/. No. 72. 221 p. 1 984. Available at $1 5.00 (paper) from Assoc. Systemalics Collections, 730 1 1 th St., N.W., 
Washington, DC 20001-4521. tel:202-347-2850. FR 40(3) 
Selected papers indexed In this issue of Fisheries Review. 

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[Univ. Wyo., Laramie 82071. lel:307-766-421 2} 

Ve,h. (Uiden) No. 297 p 43 83 ?ST g 3^'* 0992-1993J, Volume /. /. wo <fc, .i,t JS 
[Bemfce P. Bishop Mus., P.O. Box 19000A, Honolulu, HI 96817-0916] 

AND cSRVpHlciT'p^P^T^c ^ DIVERSITY 'N ECOLOGICAL 

A^ OCCURRENCE OF BULL TROUT IN NATURALLY 

[US. For. sen,., , ntenm . ^L F ^ j? auTM 1 ";,^ ^ 124(3 > ;285 - 29& - 1 . PR ,0(3) 
ldal ">- ' CPl Lab " 316 E - M V rt| e, Boise, ID 83702) Salvctinus amfhtCDtia in 

SOUTHERN lSotAND T NORTHE^ ON FIS HES AND FISHERIES IH 

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GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION, FISH SURVEYS, ETC. (Continued) 

95-005610 Smith, C. L. INFRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN NEW YORK STATE FRESHWATER FISHES: AN 
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference II, Apiil 29-May 
I, T992. Cordon C Tucker, editor. N.Y. Stale Mus. Ore. 54:67. 1992. FR 40(3) 

95-00561 1 Sokolov, V. E., editor. [FLORA AND FAUNA OF USSR NATURE RESERVES: VERTEBRATES OF THE 
PINYEZHSKY NATURE RESERVE.] Akad. Nauk USSR (Moscow) 27p. 1 988. In Russian. FR 40(3) 
Data for 12 species. 

95-005612 Tyler, James C. and Brian E. Luckhursl. UNUSUAL FEATURES OF THE COLONIES OF THE 
COMMON WESTERN ATLANTIC GARDEN EEL (HETEROCONGRINAE), WITH A NEW RECORD FOR 
BERMUDA, Northeast GulfSd. 1 3(2):fl9-99. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Nail. Mus, Nat. Hist., Smithsonian Inst. (MRC-1 06), Washington, DC 20560] Heterocoriger /ongissimus. 

95-005613 Warnes, S. and B. W. Jones. SPECIES DISTRIBUTIONS FROM ENGLISH CELTIC SEA 
GROUNDFISH SURVEYS, 1 984 TO 1 991 . Fish. Res. Tech. Rep. Minist. Agric. Fish. Food (Lowestoft) No. 98. 42p. 

1995. FR 40(3) 

|MAFF, Fish. Lab., Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 OHT, England] Data for 93 species in the northeastern Atlantic 

Ocean. 

95-005614 Wilson, D. S. SINGLE POPULATIONS AS ECOLOGICALLY DIFFERENTIATED UNITS: EXAMPLES 
FROM SUNFISH. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference II, April 29-May I 1992. 
Cordon C Tucker, editor. N.Y. State Mus. Circ. 54:75. 1 992. FR 40(3) 
Lepomis gibbosus and Lepomis macrochirus. 

95-005615 Winston, Matthew R. CO-OCCURRENCE OF MORPHOLOGICALLY SIMILAR SPECIES OF 
STREAM FISHES. Am. Nat. 145(4):527-545. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Wildl. Sci., VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 240&1-0321. e-mail:mwinstonvtvm1. cc.vl.edu] Data for 
27 species in Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, 

95-00561 6 Zazanci, Nilgun and Volker Salcwski. A RECORD OF LAMPREYS (PETROMYZONTIDAE) FROM 
THE BLACK SEA REGION IN TURKEY. Zoo/. Middle East Vol. 1 1 . p. 79-80. 1 995. In English with German summ. 
FR40(3) , , , 

[Hacettepe Univ., Biol. Dep,, Hydrobiol. Sect., 06532 Beytepe, Ankara, Turkey] 

ABUNDANCE, FACTORS OF; SURVIVAL AND MORTALITY 

95-005617 Arendl, J. D. and D. S. Wilson. LIFE-HISTORY EVOLUTION OF FISH IN RESPONSE TO 
INTRODUCED COMPETITORS. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference III, April 
13-April 16, 19M. Gordon C, Tucker, editor, p. 11. 1994. FR 40(3) 

JSUNY, Binghamton, NY 1 3902-6000] Lepomis gibbosus and L macrochirus in New York. 

95-005618 Argent, David G. and Patricia A. Flebbe. THE EFFECTS OF FINE SEDIMENTS ON THE SURVIVAL 
AND EMERGENCE OF BROOK CHAR EGGS IN ARTIFICIAL SYSTEMS. Am. fish. 5oc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 
1 24. p. 92-93. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Wildl. Sci., Va. Tech., Blacksburg 24061-0321. tel:703-231-4458] Satvellnus fonttnnlis in llio 
United States. 

95-005619 Auster, Peter J.; Richard J. Malalesta and Carol Lee S. Donaldson. SMALL-SCALE HABITAT 
VARIABILITY AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF POST-LARVAL SILVER HAKE, MF.RIUCCIUS BILINEARIS. Am. Fish. 
Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No, 1 24. p. 25-26. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[NOAA's Natl. Undersea Res, Cent., Univ. Conn. Avery Point, Groton, CT 06340. tel:203-445-471 4] 

95-005620 Bozek, Michael A. THE EFFECT OF FINE SEDIMENT ON SURVIVAL AND EMERGENCE OF LAKE 
TROUT (SALVELINUS NAMAYCUSH}. Am, Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No, 1 24. p. 93. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Cent. North. For. Ecosyst. Res., Lakehead Univ., 955 Oliver Rd., Thunder Bay, ON, Canada P7B 5E1. 
161:807-343-4009) 

95-005621 Castonguay, Martin and Peter V. Hodson. IS THERE A ROLE OF OCEAN ENVIRONMENT IN EEL 
DECLINE! Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet, Abstr, No. 1 24. p. 49-50. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Maurice-Lamontagne Inst., P.O. Box 1000, Mont-Joli, PQ, Canada G5H 3Z4. 
lel:41 8-775-0634| Anguilta anguilla and A. roslrata in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean. 

95-005622 Cunjak, Richard A. WINTER MOVEMENT AND SURVIVAL OF SALMON1D FISHES IN EASTERN 
CANADIAN STREAMS, Am. fish. Soc. Annu. Meet, Abstr. No. 124. p. 139. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Sci. Branch, Dep, Fish. & Oceans, P.O. Box 5030, Moncton, NB, Canada El C 9B6. tet:506-851-2002] 5a/mo 
sa/ar, S. tcutta, and Salvelinus fontinails. 

95-005623 Evans, D. O. and B. J. Shuter. WINTER SURVIVAL AND ZOOGEOGRAPHIC BOUNDARIES FOR 
TEMPERATE FISH SPECIES. Am. fish, Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 142. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Aquatic Ecol. Res. Sect., Ontario Minist. Nat, Resour., Box 5000, Maple, ON, Canada L6A 1S9| 

FR40(3) 101 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

ABUNDANCE, FACTORS OF; SURVIVAL AND MORTALITY (Continued) 

95-005624 Griffith, Jack. FIRST-WINTER SURVIVAL AND HABITAT USE OF SALMONIDS IN IDAHO 
STREAMS, AS AFFECTED BY FLOW AND HABITAT QUALITY. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Aixtr. No. 1 24. p. 1 H 
1994. FR 40(3) J , . n , , , 

[Idaho State Univ., Dep. Biol. Sci., Pocatello 83209. (el:208-236-2 1 1 6] Oncorhync/nJs mykrss, O, clad* Ja'mo 
tfulta, and Sa/vefinus foniinalis. 

95-005625 Gu,HongandSteveMiranda.TEMPORALHATCHINGDISTRIBUTIONOFGIZZARDSHW)ANE) 
ITS EFFECT ON GROWTH AND MORTALITY. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 95. 1 994. FR 4<M} 

[Coop. Fish & Wild!. Res. Unit, Miss. State Univ., Mississippi Slate 39762. iel:G01-325-?'1; 
e-mail:hg2@ra.msslate.edu] Dorosoma ceped/anum in Mississippi. 

95-005626 Cunn, |ohn M. and Ed ]. Snucins. BEHAVIOURAL THERMOREGULATION BY LAKE TROUT IN 
WARM SHALLOW LAKES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 36-37. 1 994. FR 40 3} 

[Ontario MlnlsL Nat. Resour., Aqual. Ecosysl. Res. Sect,, Dep. Biol., Laurentian Univ., Sudhnry, ON, Canada 
P3E 2C6. tel:705-&88-1 1 39; e-mail:tmayer@nickel.laurentian.ca] Salvelinus namaycush. 

95-005627 HalUwell, D. B. and N. H. Ringler. ASSEMBLAGE TRAITS OF FISH IN NORTHEASUHN 
FRESHWATER ENVIRONMENTS. Program and Abstracts, Trie New York Natural History Conference M, /\P r ' . 
t3^prH 16, 1994. Cordon C Tucker, editor, p. 23. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[SUNY-ESF, EMAP-SW Northeast Lakes, New England Off., Waterville, ME 04901 ] 

95-005628 Hanson, Mark A. EFFECTS OF FISH PREDATION ON WETLAND INVERTEBRATES:. RESULTS Oj 
ACOMPARISON OF WETLANDS WITH AND WITHOUTFATHEADMINNOWS.M/nn. Dep. Nat RciMH-Mfi-a 

Popui & Res. Unit Rep. p. 101. 1993. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

Pi'mepfiales promefas. 

95-005629 Hanson, Mark A. and Christians Roy. BAIT FISH EFFECTS ON WETLAND .INVERTEBRATE 
COMMUNITIES AND MALLARD DUCKLINGS. Minn. Dep. Nat Resour, Wttdl. Popui.&Res. Unit Krj>, p. fll-iuu. 
1993. FR 40(3) 

Prmephalei prome/as in North Dakota. \ 

95-005630 HoEfmann,Annetle;C.ScottAbernethyandDuaneA.Neiizel.SURVIVALESTIMATfSFORSl'RINC; 
AND FALL CHI NOOK SALMON, AND COHO SALMON SMOLTS IN THE YAKIMA RIVER. Ani.Ffsfh Soc Arj-i | 

Meet. Abslr. No. 124. p. 54. 1994. FR 40(3} ''- 

IBauelle-Norlhwest, P.O. Box 999, Richland, WA 99352. lei: 509-3 76-31 33] Oncor/iy/K/iiM isliawyhc/ia ar,3 -, 
O. kisutch in Washington. 

95-005631 Hurst, ThomasP.;DavidO.ConoverandEricT.Schultz,EVIDENCEOFSIZE-DEPENI)CNTWINTtR 
MORTALITY OF HUDSON RIVER YOUNG-OF-THE-YEAR STRIPED BASS. Am, Fish. Soc. Atmu. Mw\. Abslr. h3 
124. p. 142-143. 1994.FR40(3) .,. d kl , 

|Mar. Sci. Res. Cent,, SUNY, Stony Brook, NY 1 1 794-5000. tel;51 6-632-8659) Morone swattlu In Nuw Y0?i 



95-005632 Juanes, Francis and Carl ], Walters. ROLE OF RESTRICTED FEEDING HABITATS AND I' 

RISK TAKING TO RECRUITMENT SUCCESS OF JUVENILE FISHES. Am. Fish, Soc. Annu. Meet. Ahttt. No. 

p. 27. 1994. FR 40(3} 

[Dep. For. & Wildl. Manage., Univ. Mass,, Amherst 01003-4210. tel:413-545-275fl| 

95-005633 Karpenko, V. I. and V. V. Maximenkov. [ON SIMILARITY OF MECHANISMS OF : 
GENERATIONS IN FISH SPECIES WITH DIFFERENT ECOLOGY (ON THE EXAMPLE OF HI-.RRINC, AND 
SALMONS).] /Bio/ogy of Shelf and Anadromous Fish Species. Collection of Scientific Papas.) V. N. Jvanhtv. ribix 
Mai. Biol. (MadivostokJ Suppl. p. 75-81. 1990. In Russian with English summ. FR40(3) 
Oncorhynchus gorfauscha and 0. nerka. 

95-005634 Koster, Friedrich W. and Dietrich Schnack. THE ROLE OF PREDATION ON EARLY Ul ; t= STAGE 
OF COD IN THE BALTIC. Special Issue on fish and Fisheries in the Baltic. Ian E. Beyer, Villy C/w/slensfn. Mtrte 
Wait, Erik Hoffmann, C C. E. Hopkins, Thomas K/orfaoe, William T. Peterson, and Dietrich Schnack, nlttors. DJJI 
Vol. 10. p. 1 79-201. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(In&t, Meereskunde,DuesternbrookerWeg 20,0-24105 Kiel 1, Germany] Cadus morftua, .Sprain H fpraw 
and Cfupea harengus. 

95-005635 Langdon, R. W. AN INDEX OF BIOTIC INTEGRITY FOR STREAM FISH POPULATIONS I 
VERMONT. Program and Abslracls, The New yorlt Natural H/sto/y Conference /H, Apr// 13-Aprll 16, J!J!M. C7arJ 
C. Tucfcer, editor, p. 29-30. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Environ. Conserv., 103 S. Main St., Waterbury, VT 05671-0409] 

95-005636 Lankford, T. E., Jr. and T, E. Targett. OVERWINTERING BY AGE-0 ATLANTIC CROAV 
(M/CROPOCONfAS UNDUMTU5) IN MID-ATLANTIC BjGHT ESTUARIES: EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AJ 
' MZE ON SURVIVAL. Am. Fish. Antw. Meet. Abslr. No. 124. p. 114-115, 1994. FR 40(1) ; 

,. Coll. Mar. Studies, Univ. Del., 700 Pilollown Rd., Lewes 19958. tel:302-645-430fil 

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/fier, Ben H. and James A. Rice. HOW DOES FOOD LEVEL AFFECT COHORT AND 
^ | ABILITY IN GROWTH? Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124, p. 164-1 65. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
* jv,, Dep. Zool., Box 761 7, Raleigh 27695, tel:91 9-51 5-4597) Coregonus hoyi. 
<* 

niann, S. E.; C.T. Taggarl; D. Griffin; K. Thompson; G. A. Maillel and K.T. Frank. SPATIAL AND 
OF THE DYNAMICS OF A LARVAL FISH COHORT AT A CONVERGENT FRONT. Am. 



. Abstr. No, 124. p. 165. 1994. FR 40(3} 
&\., Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, NS, Canada B3H 4J1| 

,s, William F. and Anne-Marie Eklimd. LONG-TERM DYNAMICS OF AN F.VERGLADES 



L In: Everglades: The Ecosystem and Its Restoration. Steven M. Davis and John C.Ogdcn r 
- 1 994, FR 40(3) 

; ^ll. Park, Homestead, FL| 

,f n, Sluart A. and Dennis R. DeVries. DETERMINATION OF LARGEMOUTH BASS YEAR-CLASS 
2ZOLE OF HATCH DATE, SIZE-SELECTIVE OVERWINTER MORTALITY, AND GIZZARD SHAD. 
\jii. Meet. Absti. No. 1 24. p. 121. 1994. FR 10(3) 

& Allied Aquacult., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849. tel:205-844-4767; 
^es@ag,aiiburn.cdii.] Microplerus saltnoides and Dorosoma cepedianum. 

-aulick, Daniel D. EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON COMPETITION AMONG BROOK TROUT 
%ROUTMm. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 144. 1994. FR 40(3} 
;,, Univ. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, tet:41 2-624-5497; e-mail:ddimt3@vms.cis.pitt,cdu] 
'./kiss ar| d Salvelimm fontinalis. 

-alchoff, Mark H. ESTIMATES OF SHORT TERM MORTALITY FOLLOWING 
, A5E OF 8UJEFISH (POMATQMUS SALTAJRtX), STRIPED BASS (MORONE SAXATIUS), ANO 
?fvlUS CHRYSOPS) IN LONG ISLAND WATERS, Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet, Abstr, No, 124, 

,40(3) 
0rne\\ Univ. Lab., 39 Sound Ave., Riverhead, NY 11901. tel:516-727-3910] 

-Cosh, Morgan L. EVALUATION OF REGIONAL CLIMATOLOGICAL VARIABLES AS A 
f DEEP-WATER TEMPERATURES AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO FLUCTUATIONS IN 
LJRVIVAL OF ALEWIFE IN LAKE ONTARIO. Am, Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 8!i. 

vVildl. Serv., Lower Great Lakes Fish. Resour. Off., 405 N. French Rd., Amherst, NY 1422ft. 
] Absa pseudoharengus. 

,(loy, D. P. ARE BLACK FLIES A CRITICALLY IMPORTANT ELEMENT IN THE FOOD WEB OF 
fvW Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference, /une 20-22, J990. Dan/W 

fer. N.Y. Stale Mus. Ore 54:41. 1990. FR 40(3) 
ttis, Satvclinus fontinalis, and 5afmo irulla. 

ielarits, William JJr. COMPETITIVE ASYMMETRY AND COEXISTENCE IN SIZE-STRUCTUREIJ 
C5F BROOK TROUT AND SPRING SALAMANDERS. Ottos 73(2):188-1 98. 1995. FR 40{3) 
. Ecol., Nat. Hist, Surv,, 607 E. Peabody Dr., Champaign, IL61820] Sa/ve/ihus fontinalis In Virginia. 

ynolds, James B, WINTER SURVIVAL OF RESIDENT AND ANADROMOUS FISHES IN 
OF ARCTIC NORTH AMERICA. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 139, 1994. 

& Wild Res. Unit, Nail. Biol. Surv., Box 757100, Univ. Alaska, Fairbanks 99775-7100. 
I ] fhytnallus nrcticus and Csox Indus. 

<liGrford, Edward S.; KennGlh A. Rose; Dennis Singh Dermott; John L. Forney and Edward L. Mills. 
L-BASED MODEL OF WALLEYE (ST/ZOS7ED/ON VIJREUM) AND YELLOW PERCH (PERCA 
I ONEIDA LAKE, NY: MODEL DESCRIPTION AND BASELINE SIMULATIONS. Am. Fish. Sot: 
tr. No. 124. p. 47. 1994. FR 40(3) 
V. Biol. Reid Sin., 900 Shadtelton Pt. Rd,, Bridgeport, NY 13030-9750. tel:315-633-9243; 



'Mucci, Victor )., Jr. and David H. Wahl. THE ROLE OF PREDATION AND OVERWINTER 

REGULATING RECRUITMENT OF YOUNG-OF-YEAR BLUEGILL. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. 

:i - 124. 1994. FR 40(3) 

*W Wildl. Found., P.O, Box 9, Dundee, IL 601 1 8. lel:708-G95-4610j Lepomis macrochitus. 

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SUT^^ 

19 [ ' F Canada MB 3X7. **** 



d. Cen,., Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, St. John's, NF. Canada MB 3X7. 
fleginus graces. rtlJ r D i 



, NV ,^4-5000. ,*5,3M79.| 



p'Hsi & Wildl. Re, Unit, Dep. For. & Wildl. Manage,, Univ. Mass., Ante. 1003. U*4 * 3-5 
Morane saxati/is. 

95-005652 Stenson, G. B. THE STATUS OF PINNIPEDS IN THE NB^NDLAND ^IQ^Ca 
PaperjfefaledtoNo/ihemCodamiSeabiY^ 
. 1993. 1 Amarawng* ed/Ior. Northwest M. Fish. Organ. So. Counc Stud. No. 21 .p. I h _i 1 1 J- 

(Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Northwest All. Fish. Cent., P.O. Box 5667, St, John s, NF, Canada AI t.- ** 

55-005653 Stenson, G. B. and D. J. Kavanagh. DISTRIBUTION OF .HARP A N HOC 
OFFSHORE WATERS OF NEWFOUNDLAND. Collection o, Papers Retaicd lo Norti ern Cor/ n 

3.rM m a(un^edilw.N 



0an.Sci.CouncSlud.No.21.p.12M42.1994.FR40(3) nniH-i Alt' ' 

|Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Northwest Atl. Fish. Cent., P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, N F, Canada Alt-. 

morhua in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean. 

95-005654 Swink, William D. GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF = NEWLY PARASITIC SEA .LA* 

REPRESENTATIVE WINTER TEMPERATURES. Trans. Am. fish. Soc 124(3):380 -3ft& '/ ^'illl \l\r V 
[Nat. Blol. Serv., Great Lakes Sci. Cent, Lake Huron Biol. Sin., 11188 Ray Rd, Mllli:rslnirg< 

Pelromyzon marinui, Coregonus hayi, and Caloslomus catostomus. 

95-005655 Zengel, Scott A.; William T. Mason, Jr., and lames P. Clugston USE Of 

HABITAT ZONES BY JUVENILE SPOTTED SEATROUT CYNOSCION NEBULOSUS. Am. 

AbiI/.No.124.p.40. 1994. FR 40(3) . 

[Mail. Biol. Surv., U.S. Dep. Interior, 7920 N.W. 71sl St, Gainesville, FL 32606. lel:<JU1-.J /- 1 

IDENTIFICATION, KEYS, CLASSIFICATION FT1J1 - ,-,*,.v 

95-005656 Acha, EduardoM. DEVELOPMENT AND OCCURRENCE OFLARVAE OFTH1:< .Cn*>, 
PARfil (GINSBURG) (COBIIDAE), IN THE ESTUARY OF THE RIO DE LA PLATA, AKCjfcN Tlf 
5B(4}:337-343. 1994. In English with Spanish summ, FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Cienc. Mar. UNMDP, INIDEP, c.c. 1 75, 7600 Mar del Plata, Argentina] Cobiasniixi tifist, 
and G. pafri. 

95-005657 Alay, Faruk; Fidelina Gonzalez and J. Cabello. |GENETIC VARIAU1L1TY IN ' 
MAOJWTU5tTSCHUDI,1846)(OPHIDIFORMES).lRev.Bto/.Mar.2a(2):301'312. 109.l.lnS|irtmi 

summ. FR 40(3} 

[Lab. Genet,, Dpio.Biol. Mol., Fac. Cienc. Biol., Univ. Concepclon, Casilla 1 52-C, Corii:i![u:k>i 

95-005658 Andriyashev, A. P. REVIEW OF L1PARIDAE (SCORPAEN1FORMES) FROM SLI 
ISLANDS OF THE INDIAN OCEAN, WITH A DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES OF PAKALH'Al 
34l8):1-9. 1994. FR 40(3} 

IZool InsL, Russian Acad. Sci,, St. Petersburg, Russia] P. du/iameff and data for nine tillior spi 

95-005659 Bagutskaya, N.G. and V, G. Poznyak. REDESCRIPTION OF LBUOSCUS Al'l MPSl AI 
(LEUOSClNAE,CYPRlNIDAE)J.lchtf,yo/. 34(fl):24-34. 1994. FR 40(3) 

IZooL Inst, Russian Acad. Sci., Si. Petersburg, Russia) L cephatus and L. boryslhonicus In 



' IRWIEW OF THE SPE CIES HYPLEUROCHILUS GEMINA7US 

1824 1 AND R AEQU/HNN/S (GUNTHER 10&1), WITI-l R 
G1RARD 185fi ) AND DESCRIPTIONS OF TWO NfcW SI' 
^ B ( ol. 74(1/2} ; 59. 8 5. 1994. In German with English summ. FR 4013 ) 
. 45,066953 Plmasens, Germany! H caudoWttatus and H. 



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95-005661 Bernard!, Giacomo and Dennis A. Powers, PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AMONG NINE 
SPECIES FROM THE GENUS FUNDULUS (CYPRINODONTIFORMES, FUNDULIDAE) INFERRED FROM 
SEQUENCES OF THE CYTOCHROMEp GENE. Copeia 1995(2):469-473. 1995. FR 40(3) 
|Dep. Biol., Univ. Calif., Santa Cruz 95064] Data for 10 species. 

95-005662 Berrebi, Palrick. SPECIATION OF THE GENUS BARBUS IN THE NORTH MEDITERRANEAN 
BASIN: RECENT ADVANCES FROM BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS. Spec/a/ Issue: Endemic Freshwater Fishes of the 
Northern Mediterranean Region - Based on a Workshop at the Biological Station of Jour du Va/al, Gimargue Area, 
France, 28 January to 1 February, 1993. Alain I. Crivelti and Peter S. Maittand, editors. Biol. Conserv. 72{2):237-249. 
1995. FR 40(3) 

[Ub. Genome Popul., URA 1493 CNRS, Univ. Monlpellier II, case 063, PI. E. Balaillon, 34095 Monlpellier 
cedex 05, France] Dala for 34 species. 

95-005663 Bohlke, Eugenia B. and John E. Randall. CYMNOJHORAX MECASPILUS, A NEW SPECIES OF 
MORAY EEL (ANGUILLIFORMES: MURAENIDAE) FROM SOUTHERN OMAN AND SOMALIA. Notulae Nat. 
No. 472. 5p. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 1 900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy., Philadelphia, PA 1 91 03-1 1 95) 

95-005664 Campos-da-Paz, Ricardo. REVISION OF THE SOUTH AMERICAN FRESHWATER FISH GENUS 
STERNARCHORHAMPHUS EIGENMANN, 1905 (OSTARIOPHYSI: GYMNOTIFORMES: APTERONOTIDAE), 
WITH NOTES ON ITS RELATIONSHIPS. Proc. Blol. Soc. Wash. 108(l):29-44. 1995. In English with Portuguese 
sunim. FR40(3) 

[Secao Peixes, Mus. Zool., Univ. Sao Paulo, Ave. Nazare 481, Ipiranga, Sao Paulo, SP, CEP 04263-000, Brazil] 
5. muelleri in Soulh America. 

95-005665 Cofer, Larry M. INVALIDATION OF THE WICHITA SPOTTED BASS, MtCROPJERUS 
PUNCTUIAWS W1CHITAE, SUBSPECIES THEORY. Cope/a 1995{2):487-490. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Wildl. Conserv., HC 32, Box 580, Lawton, OK 73501) M. p. puncfu/alus and M. d. dolomieu in 
Oklahoma. 

95-005666 Costa, Wilson ]. E. M. REVISION OF THE NEOTROPICAL ANNUAL FISH GENUS CYNOPOECtLUS 
(CYPRINODONTIFORMES: RIVULIDAE). Copeia 1995{2):456-465. 1995, In English with Portuguese summ. 
FR40(3) 

[Lab. Ictiol. Geral & Apl., Dep. Zool. & Biol. Mar,, Univ. Fed. Rio de Janeiro, Cx. Postal 68049, Cidade 
Universilaria, CEP 21944-970, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil] Cyno/efa/as me/anotaen/a in Brazil and Uruguay and data 
for three other species. 

95-005667 de Pinna, Mario C. C, and Richard P. Vari. MONOPHYLY AND PHYLOGENETIC DIAGNOSIS OF 
THE FAMILY CETOPSIDAE, WITH SYNONYM tZATION OF THE HELOGENIDAE (TELEOSTEI: SILURIFORMES). 
Smithson. Contrib. Zoo!. No. 571. 26p. 1995. In English with Portuguese summ. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Zool., Inst. Biodenc, Univ. Sao Paulo, Caixa Postal 1 1 294, Sao Paulo, SP 05422-970, Brazil] He/ogenes 
mamiorfltus, Pseudbcejops/s plumbeus, P. bleekeri, and data for 1 2 other species. 

95-005668 Eisenhour, David J. SYSTEMATICS OF ETHEQSTOMA CAMURUM AND E. CHLOROBRANCHIUM 
(OSTEICHTHYES: PERCIDAE) IN THE TENNESSEE AND CUMBERLAND RIVER DRAINAGES WITH ANALYSIS 
OF HYBRIDIZATION IN THE NOLICHUCKY RIVER SYSTEM. Cope/a 1 995(2);368-379. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Zool., South, lit. Univ,, Carbondale 62901-6501] 

95-005669 Evseyenko, S. A.; N. V. Parln and A. V. Suntsov. THE LARVAE OF APHANOPUS INTERMEDIUS 
(TRICHIURIDAE) FROM THE NORTH PACIFIC. ;./c/)(hyo/,34(B):135-139. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Inst. Oceanol., Russian Acad. Sci., Moscow, Russia] 

95-005670 Garrido-Ramos, M. A.; M. Jamilena; R. Lozano; S. Cardenas; C. Ruiz Rejon and M. Ruiz Rejon. 
PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS OF THE SPARIDAE FAMILY (PISCES, PERCIFORMES) INFERRED FROM 
SATELLITE-DNA. Heredifas (Lund) 122(1):1-6. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Gen'el., Fac. Gene., Avda. Fuentenueva s/n, Univ. Granada, 18071 Granada, Spain] Sparus, Pagrus, 
and data for 1 species. 

95-005671 Con, Ofer. REVISION OF THE CARD1NALFISH SUBGENUS IEPIDAMIA (PERCIFORMES, 
APOGONIDAE, APOGON). Isr. I. Zool. 41(1):l-22. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[J.L.B. Smith Inst. Ichlhyol., Private Bag 1015, Grahamslown 6140, South Africa] A mullitaeniatus, A. 
omanensis, A. natalensis, and A, kahsoma. 

95-005672 Hastings, Philip A. and Victor G. Springer. REVIEW OF SMTHMONOTUS, WITH REDEFINITION 
AND PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE CHAENOPSIDAE {TELEOSTEI: BLENNIOIDEI). 5m/(rison. Contrib. 
Zoo!. No. 558. 48p. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Ecol. & Eva!, Biol., Univ. Ariz,, Tucson 85721 ] S. slnuscalifornici, S. stahll, S. gymnodermis, S. hempMli, 
S. culebrai, and 5. Ittgubris. 

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SXS!! H 7 ? r - ?T e [ d ' G - A - and R - J ' Lavenberg. RECORD OF LARVAL PARATAENiOPHORUS BREWS FROM 
HAWAII. I. FatiBtoi 4G(5):908.9l 1. [Sccl. Verlebr., Nat. Hist, Mus. Los Angeles Cty, 900 Exposition Illvd ,\rs. 
Angeles, CA 90007"! Data for three other species. 



,J n A^ ational Comm ' ssit)n on Zoological Nomenclature. OPINION 1798. 
r. P EY ' 188 (OSTE'CHTHYES, CYPRINODONTIFORMES): GIVEN PRECEDENCE OVER R 
52( 1J-106 1 06 1868 ' ^ A NEOTYPE DESIGNATED FOR * MARMORATUS. Bull. Zoo/. 



[c/o Nat. Hist. Mus., Cromwell Rd, London SW7 5BD, England. lel:0171-938 9387] 

UlaMcc^r lnternalional Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. OPINION 1799. NAUCRAJK 
RAFNESQUE 1810 AND XYR/CHTYS CUVIER, 1814 (OSTEICHTHYES, PERCIFORMES): CONSERVED. BJ 
Zoo/. Nomencl. 52(]):109-110. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[c/o Nat. Hist. Mus., Cromwell Rd., London SW7 5BD, England, tel: 01 71-938 9387] N. duclorandX. novacv'i- 



,.,?' Tomio and Y " ri L Saz v. REVISION OFTHE GENUS KUMBW (PISCES, GADIFOBMESi 
. >'. WITH THE DESCRIPTION OFTHREE NEW SPECIES. Proc. Calif. Aczd. Sci. 43(1 1):22t-23?. 

1994. In English with Russian summ. FR 40(3) 

pep. IchlhyoL, Calif. Acad. Sci., Golden Gate Park, San Francisco 941 1 8] Data for seven spades. 



..' E ' S ' MTTMCHELYS ERRORIENSIS SP. NOVA (NETTASTOMATinAl, 

ii , ' A NEW SPECIES FROM THE ERROR SEAMOUNT IN THE NORTHWESTERN INDIAN 

./ Ichthyol. 34(8|:121-12S. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Oceanol., Russian Acad. Sci., Moscow, Russia] 



7FA Ad. DESCRIPTION OF PSEUDOJROPHZUS ESTHERAE SP. NOV., THE WELL-KNOWS 

ZEBRA CICHLID FROM LAKE MALAWI. Trop. fish Hobbyist 43(9):206-21 0. 1 995. FR 40(3} 
P. zebra and P. callainos. 



n ] " HISTORY OFT HE GENERA LEBIA OKEN 1 91 7 AND LEBIAS GOLDFUSS 1BK' 

(FRwV 7 Y SP ONTIFORMES:CYPR INODONTIDAE) WITH DESIGNATION OF ATYPES'PEiGCSFOa 
LEBIAS. Cope/a 1995{2):50I-503. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Math. & Sci., U.S. Merchant Mar. Acad., Kings Point, NY 1 1024-1 699] Aphwius. 



l 1 ^/- 01 R ' A " en; G " M ~ Wellin 8ton and Eldredge Bermmgliam, GENE1IC AND 

rran'S^ CE AT THE EASTERN PACIFIC DAMSELFISH ABUDE&UF DECUWROM K 
DISTINCT FROM A COWCOiOR (POMACENTRIDAE). Cope/a 1995(2):277-2fl8. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Smilhsonian Trap. Res. Inst., Box 2072, Balboa, Panama] A taurus and A iroschettl. 



- and Madhu N ' Mahadeva. SYMPHURUS CALLOPTERUS (CYNOGLOSSIIMI 

' 



mS,c n ^ 

c^ 

SUfl SPECIES!j Rev. Blot. Ma, 28(2):341-348. 1993. In Spanish with Enalkh mn 

[Univ. C al olica Santisima Concepcion, Fac. Cienc, Casilla 297, Concepcion, Chile] 

IQUALUS Ar^T^J^MM^rM^ 010 ' 101 ^ - ! D IFFE R ENCES BETWEEN TERMINAL EMRRYOS OF 

(&ONDRIC^ ' D 7S ? AN S 'MITSUKURII JORDAN & SNYOEK, 1901 

surnm FR 40(3^ SQUALIDAE M ^ B ''- War. ^para/so 29{1):137-145. 1994. In Spanish vvllh EngTiin 

[Inst. Zool. 'Ernst F. Kilian,' Univ. Austral Chile, Casilla 567, Valdivia, Chile] 



MuTLIDAVK^ 

IB! A \A o n MARIANA ISLA ^DS. Mfcronesfca 26 1 :69-75. 1993. FR 40(3} 
IB.shop Mus., P.O. Box 19000-A, Honolulu, HI 9681 7] 

BRACHYCNATHUS, A NEW SOLDIERFISH 
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1u 5 ., Box 19000-A, Honolulu, Hi 9681 7] Urpptayg/wgenfe and data for 3 1 other spccin 



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95-005687 Randall, John E. FUSIGOBIUS WHITLEY, A JUNIOR SYNONYM OF THE GOBIID FISH GENUS 
CORYPHOPJERUS GILL. Bull. Mar. Sd. 56(3):795-798. 1 995, FR 40(3} 
[BerniceP. Bishop Mus., Box 1900D-A, Honolulu, HI 96817] 

95-005688 Roberts, Tyson R. and Chavalit Vidthayanon. SYSTEMATIC REVISION OF THE ASIAN CATFISH 
FAMILY PANGASIIDAE, WITH BIOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF THREE NEW SPECIES. 
Proc. Acad. Wat. So. Phila. Vol. 143. p. 97-143. 1991. FR 40(3) 

|Acad. Sci., Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA 94118] Pangasius, P. myanmar, P. conchophilus, P. 
kinabatanganensis, and P. pangasius in Southeastern Asia. 

95-005689 Ropke, Andreas and Christine Freitas. LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE INDIAN DRIFTFISH 
CUBtCEPS SQUAMICEPS (PISCES, NOMEIDAE) FROM THE ARABIAN SEA. Bull. Mar. Sci. 56{3):799-804. 1 995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Univ. Miami, Rosenstiel School Mar. & Atmos. Sci., Div. Mar. Biol. & Fish,, 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway, 
.Miami, FL 33149-1098] C baxteri. 

95-005690 Shaw, Kate; O. E. Wiley and Tom A. Tilus. PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AMONG MEMBERS 
OF THE HYBOPSIS AMBLOPS SPECIES GROUP (TELEOSTEI: CYPRINIDAE). Occas. Pap. Nat. Hist. Mus. Univ. 
Kans. No. 1 72. 28p, 1 995. FR40{3) 

[Div. Ichthyol., Nat. Hist. Mus. & Dep. Syst, & Ecol., Univ. Kans. Lawrence 66045-2454] Notropis, N. 
lineapunclalus, and N. amnis in North America. 

95-005691 Shcherbachev, Yuri N. and Tomio Iwamoto. INDIAN OCEAN GRENADIERS OF THE SUBGENUS 
CORYPHAENOIDES, GENUS CORWVMENO/DE5(MACROURIDAE,GADIFORMES, PISCES). Proc. Calif. Acad. 
Sci. 4B(14):285-313. 1995.FR40(3) 

|P.P. Shirshov Inst. OceanoL, Acad. Sci., 23 Krasikova St., Moscow 117218, Russia] C aspretlus, C. caslanens, 
C hexli'i C hoskyni, C. macrotophus, C rudis, C. sibogae, and C. woodmasoni, 

95-005692 Sheiko, B. A. CASE 2897. ACONUS BLOCH & SCHNEIDER, 1801 (OSTEICHTHYES, 
SCORPAENIFORMES): PROPOSED CONSERVATION; AGONIDAE KIRBY, 1837 (INSECTA, COLEOPTERA) 
AND AGONIDAE SWAINSON, 1839 (OSTEICHTHYES, SCORPAENIFORMES): PROPOSED REMOVAL OF 
HOMONYMY. Bull. Zoo/. Nomend 52(1):57-60. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Ichthyol., Collections, Kamchatka Ins!. Ecol., Russian Acad. Sci., Partuzanskaya 6, Petropavlovsk-Karnchasky 
683000, Russia] A catapliraclus. 

95-005693 Slobodyanyuk, S. )a.; S. V. Kin'lchik; M. E. Pavlova; S. I. Belikov and A. L. Novitsky. THE 
EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS OF TWO FAMILIES OF COTTOID FISHES OF LAKE BAIKAL (EAST SIBERIA) 
AS SUGGESTED BY ANALYSIS OF MITOCHONDRIA!. DNA. /. Mo/. Evol. 40{4}:392-399. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Limnol. Inst. Siberian Div. Russian Acad. Sci., Ulan-Balorskaya st. 3, 664033 Irkutsk, Russia] Cotlus kessteri, 
Coj tocomep/iorus grewingki, C. inermis, Paracodtis /(fieri, Sarrac/iocottus baicalensis, and Comep/iorus ba'tkatensis 
in Russia. 

95-005694 Springer, Victor G. IDENTIFICATION OFTHE BLENNIOID FISH TAXA TACUSA AND T. DELICATA 
HERRE WITH THE LABRISOMID MALACOCTENUS ZONOCASTER. Cope/a 1 995(2}:494-496. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Div. Fishes, Dep, Vertebr. Zool., Nail. Mus, Nat. Hist., MRC 159, Washington, DC 20560] 

95-005695 Springer, Victor G. and Jeffrey T. Williams. THE INDO-WEST PACIFIC BLENNHD FISH GENUS 
ISTtBLENNIUS REAPPRAISED: A REVISION OF ISTIBLENNIUS, BLENNIELIA, AND PARALIICUS, NEW GENUS. 
Smtthson. Contrib. Zool. No. 565. 193p. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Div. Fishes, Dep. Vertebr. Zool,, Natl. Mus. Nat. Hist., Washington, DC 20560] Data for 24 species. 

95-005696 Stanley, Scott E.; Peter B. Moylo and H. Bradley Shaffer. ALLOZYME ANALYSIS OF DELTA SMELT, 
HYPOMESUS TRANSPACIFICUS AND LONGFIN SMELT, SPIRINCHUS 7HALEICHTHYS IN THE 
SACRAMENTO-SAN JOAQUIN ESTUARY, CALIFORNIA, Cope/a 1 995(2):390-396. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Shaffer: Sect. Evol. & Ecol,, Univ. Calif., Davis 9561 6| H. n/pponens/s, H. pretiosus, and S. starksi. 

95-005697 Thompson, Bruce A. PERCINA AUS7ROPERCA: A NEW SPECIES OF LOGPERCH (PERCIDAE, 
SUBGENUS PERCINA) FROM THE CHOCTAWHATCHEE AND ESCAMBIA RIVERS IN ALABAMA AND 
FLORIDA. Occas. Pap, Mus. Hat Sci. La. Slate Univ. No. 69. 20p. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Coastal Fish. Inst,, Cent. Coastal, Energy & Environ. Resour., La. State Univ., Baton Rouge 70803-7503) P. 
macrolepida, P. carbonaria, and P. jenkinsi. 

95-005698 van der Heiden, Albert M. and Sergio Mussot-Perez. OTHARICHTHYS MARIA1ORISAE, A NEW 
FLATFISH FROM THE SHALLOW COASTAL WATERS OF THE EASTERN TROPICAL PACIFIC 
(PLEU RON ECTI FORMES; PARALICHTHYIDAE). Cope/a 1995(2):439-446. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. Invest. Alimentacion & Desarrollo, A.C.-Unidad Mazatlan Aculcult. & Manejo Amblental, Sabalo 
Cerritos s/n, Estero del Yugo, Apdo. Postal 71 1 , Mazatlan, Sinaloa C.P. 82010, Mexico) C gilbert!. 

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coMP^V^ 

Proc. fliof S Wash iSfiaJS ?T? DA & T DESCRIPTION OF THREE NEW SPKi 
juL.vvasn. ii(^.46H-4B2. 1989. In English with Portuguese summ. FR 40(3) 

itemdacftnenna pfen/mu/fc S. gracite, and 5. quasimodoi in South America. 



^ 

/. No. 564. 97p. 1995. FR 40(3} 



'' 'flT M r S " N l'- HiS '" , Smilhs nian '", Washington, DC 20560| Cwnofort* C 
/eia, B. tatemtn^, B. maculala, B. ludus and ft cuvteri in South America. 



MEINKEN 

re -.fi/o/. 74(1/2):87.89. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Forschungsmst. Senckenberg, Ichlhyol. I, Senckenberganlage 25, D-G0325 Frankfurt a. M., Cir 



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OUTBREAKS OF EPIZOOTIC ULfrt 
BANGUDESH -^ M 0/ S . 18(3):263-271. 1995. FR 40(3) 
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emwj 5econt/ Aquacu/ft/re-Sponsored Sympos/iini, Hr-li/ in flw/j r ^ 
only FR ;40(3) emer 1 R ' 8 '' /3 ^ ^d C. A. f. Call, editors. Aquacultu re 1 29(M):437-4.1B. l095.Ab^- 

|SI. Fish Di,, Dep. Vet. Microbiol., Royal Vet. & Agric. Univ., Bulowsvej 1 3, Frederiksh.r,- C, i J,,mrt 



ET PARAS1TOS DE ? VALOR RtCRFATr." 

Rfco Dep. Rectos Nat & Amb S,'* ^ ? ' D ES F PUERT RIC FRESH WATER SPORT FIStrS.fft-i 
Available gratis ( paper , fam SSj^. FS*' 10 R ' CO ' 8&P ' ' " S ' ln S|Janish ' Als<) availllW ' f lrl ( ^ 4 



other species. ' r H Ui ne " e "> Le P mis "'. Tilapia homorum, Gertes cincrcus, .mil ibtji ft 

95-005708 Pan r 

CHEMOTHERAPY OF DTOE^mtf A S Jn?D,,9 N , BI - EN CAPSULATION FOR J>ftOIHVlACH 

FR4IX3) un rtlNU I'KAWN.] Mar. Sd. (Qingdao) 1994(2):7-8. 1<J!H. In C\VK-* 

.^.I^UNOMODULATORY FFECT OF LPS, LAMINAPAN A.V 
TIC SALMON, SALMO SALAR L., 



Due T T and 

RR(SUb lNcNA^ F K HWATCR RESIDENT AND ANADROMO/ 
, Wands grygge 39 DK-2300r. ^ ^ LAND "'- S'o/.46(4) =578-592. 1995, 
Cadu, ngac, and Am mo ^ B lo ^ n ^ w Copenhagen S, Denmark] SaA*flhi/s a/p/nt;., 



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PARASITES AND DISEASES-GENERAL (Continued) 

95-005711 Foott, J. Scott; Robert L. Walker; John D. Williamson and Kimberly C. True. HEALTH AND 
PHYSIOLOGY MONITORING OF CHINOOK AND STEELHEAD SMOLTS IN THE TRINITY AND KLAMATH 
RIVERS, Klamalb River Fish. Resour. Off. Publ. 93(FP-04):[ 1 2p.| 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[U.S. Fish & Wild). Scrv., Calif.-Nev. Fish Health Cent., Anderson, CA 96007] Oncorhynchus mykiss and O. 
lsha\vytscha in California. 

95-005712 Foott, ). Scotl; Robert L. Walker; John D. Williamson and Kimberly C. True. HEALTH AND 
PHYSIOLOGY MONITORING OF CHINOOK AND STEELHEAD SMOLTS IN THE TRINITY AND KLAMATH 
RIVERS, Klamath Basin Fisheries Symposium: Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Eureka, California, 23-24 March 

1994. Thomas }. Hassler, editor, p. 110-121. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(U.S. Fish & Wildl, Serv., Calif.-Nev, Fish Health Cent,, Anderson, CA 96007] Oncorhynchus ts/iawytscha and 
O. mykiss in California. 

95-005713 Heckmann, Richard A. MANAGING AND UNDERSTANDING FISH HEALTH. Aquacull. Mag. 
21(1):43-S7. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zool., Brigham Young Univ., 574 Widslone Bldg., P.O. Box 25255, Provo, UT 84602-5255] 

95-005714 Jeney, Zs.andGalinaJeney. RECENT ACHIEVEMENTS IN STUDIES ON DISEASES OF COMMON 
CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO L). The Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held 
in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. Billatd and C. A. E. Call, editors. Aquacullure 129(l-4):397-420. 

1995. FR 40(3) 

(Fish Cult. Res, Insl, P.O. Box 47, H-5541 Szarvas, Hungary] 

95-005715 Kurata, Osamu; Nobuaki Okamolo; Eri Suzumura; Natsumi Sano and Yayoi Ikeda. 
ACCOMMODATION OF CARP NATURAL KILLER-LIKE CELLS TO ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURES. The 
Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 
1993. R. Billard and C. A. E. Gall, editors. Aquaculture 1 29(1-4):42 1-424. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Okamoto: Dep. Aquat. Biosci., Tokyo Univ. Fish., Konan 4, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108, Japan] Cyprinus carpio. 

9S-00571 & Lucky, Zdenek. METHODS FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF FISH DISEASES (ENGLISH TRANSLATION), 
U.5. Fish & Wildl. Serv. & Nat/. Sci. Found. 1 40p. 1 977, FR 40(3) 
Data for 10 species, 

95-005717 McDaniel, David. PROCEDURES FOR THE DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF CERTAIN 
FISH PATHOGENS. Am. Fish. Soc Fish Health Sec. 1 1 Bp. 1 979. FR 40(3) 

95-005718 Meinertz, J. R.; G. R. Stelily; W. H. Gingerich and J. L. Allen. RESIDUES OF | H C[-MALACHITE GREEN 
IN EGGS AND FRY OF RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS (WALBAUM), AFTER TREATMENT OF 
EGGS./. Fish Dis. 18(3):239-247. 1995. FR 40(3} 

(Natl. Biol. Serv., Upper Mississippi Sci. Cent., P.O. Box 018, La Crosse, Wl 54602-0818] 

95-005719 Mliaisen, Furhan T. and Najim R. Kliamees. CHECK-LIST OF THE PARASITES AND DISEASE 
AGENTS OF THE SILURIFORMES OF IRAQ. Zool. Middle East Vol. 1 1 . p. 1 1 3-1 20. 1 995. In English with German 
summ, FR40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., Coll. Educ. (Ibn AI-Hailham), Univ. Baghdad, Aathamiya, Sahat Anlar, Baghdad, Iraq] Dala for 1 8 
species. 

95-005720 Mhaiscn, Furhan T. PARASITES OF FISHES OF BASRAH PROVINCE MARSHY AREA, IRAQ. /. 
Environ. Sci. Health Pan A Environ. Sci. fog. 30(1 ):41-49. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Biol., Coll. Educ., Univ, Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq) 

95-005721 Mitchell, Andrew J. AGRICULTURAL PESTICIDES IN FISH PRODUCTION. Aquacult. Mag. 
21(2):54-59. 1995. FR 40(3) 

JNatl. Biol, Surv., Fish Farming Exp. Lab., Stuttgart, AR] 

95-005722 Muroga, Kiyokuni. [VIRAL AND BACTERIAL DISEASES IN LARVAL AND JUVENILE MARINE FISH 
AND SHELLFISH: A REVIEW.] Fish Pathol. 30(1 ):71 -85. 1 995. In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(3) 
[Fac. Appl. Biol. Sci., Hiroshima Univ., Kagamlyama, Higashi-Hiroshima 724, Japan] Data for 1 5 species, 

95-005723 Murrell, K. D. FOODBORNE PARASITES. Int. I. Environ. Health Res. 5(1):63-85. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Beltsville Agric. Res. Cent., ARS, U.S. Dep. Agric., Bldg. 003, BARC-West, Beltsvllle, MD 20705] 

95-005724 Nougayrede, Ph. [MAJOR INFECTIONS AND PARASITIC DISEASES IN INTENSIVE FARMED 
TROUT.) Rev. Med. Vet. (Toulouse) 146(4):245-250. 1995. In French with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Conseil Gen. Landes, Lab. Dep. 1, rue Marcel David, B.P. 129, F-40004 Mont de Marsan Cedex, France] 
Oncorhyncf)i/s mykiss, 

95-005725 Premdas, P. D. and C. D. Metcalfe. THE ETIOLOGY OF EPIDERMAL PAPILLOMA IN WHITE 
SUCKER OATOSTOMU5 CQMMERSONI. Am. fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 61 . 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Biol., Queen's Univ., c/o ERS Dep., Trent Univ., Peterborough, ON, Canada K9J 7B8] 

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LAKF Thl 6 r, f Sar p WUP ^' U ' M ; and N " Saglam ' SOME EXTERNAL PARASITES ON CYPRINIDS IN KE0A, 

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iNFLU 5 ENCE OF &S IMm' A^n' ^'SS'l go; A ' Faris; K ' Krovace ^ ' Mansson; M. A. Bordas nnd ). | 
WM^^^?^!^*?^ F PAT HOGEN,C WRK> STRA.NS TC> 
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[Borrego: Dep. Microbiol, Fac. Sci, Univ. Malaga, 29071-Malasa, Spain. fax : (^34-5) 2. 1 3.20.CH)| 

'SoTiai"^'/^ 

[SOAFD Mar. Lab ., P.O. Box .01, Aberdeen AB9 8DB, Sc Ol land| 5a/ mO afar. 



W - S ' Nelson a "d R- P. Lcvine. BACTERIAL SPECIES 

MtMOMw WITH ANTISERA A<JAIN ? 

POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION I (Prpf n ? , P" GEN * F "- SALMONINARUM AS DETGCrH) IJY m 

[Biol. Sci. Branch Den Fi.hT^ 1 ' ^ ^. liat O/g ' 21 (3):227-231. 1995. FR 40(3) 
5K61 O^hynSSch *' ^ BloL Sln " 31 90 Hammond Ba V Rd " Nanalmo, BC, (Miuub VS* 



PSYCHROPHtLAmH MOKJAimn^r^^ lef(rey D ' Teska ' ASSOCIATION OK 

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^rH' j u ; in8hamUniV - Med SC " 0| < Q-ft ^ Cen-., Nottingna. 
ANCUILIARUM AND TOfURftM'p^rjnnf ^J^" L Bar ' a ' GENETIC TRANSFORMATION OF 
Mfao^tatlZan^-wrrMSFR^ BY ELECTR OPORATION. FMS (Fed. Eur. Mtot 

]Dep. Microbiol. & Parasiiol Fac Rinl rt - c - 
Spain. tEl:i-34 (81) 56i 100 ext 3255: fTv^?lVc a n n ^ 
95-005738 de la Rosa Call e-m a il:m P a e |jlb@usc. e s] 

(ISOLATION OF WBRTO SP. IN^RE^RSH AT .^"lS^ Unez Espinosa and Leandj - a Mlreyn Nicnti Tflfow 
1995 In Spanish wilh English sumrnFR40(3 A LAVIGAMAR[ <ET IN MEXICO CITY.] Vet, Mox. 2611)^ 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

BACTERIAL DISEASES (Continued) 

95-005739 Dixon, Beverly A. and Bernardo Contreras. ISOLATION OF EDWARDSlELtA TARDA (EWINC AND 
McWHORTER) FROM THE FRESHWATER TROPICAL PETFISH, METYNNIS SCHREITMUELLERI (AHL) AND 
WICHQCAS7ER 7R1CHOPJERUS (PALLAS). /. Aquarlc. & Aquat. Sci. 6(2):31-32. 1992. FR 40(3) 

95-005740 Duis, K.; C. Hammer; M, C. M, Beveridge; V. Inglis and E. Braum. DELIVERY OF QUINOLONE 
ANTIBACTERIALS TO TURBOT, SCOPHTHALMUS MAXIMUS (L.), VIA BIOENCAPSULATION: 
QUANTIFICATION AND EFFICACY TRIAL I Fish Dis. 18(3);229-238. 1995. FR 40(3) 
(Fleitberg 2, 23619 Heilshoop, Germany] 

95-005741 Eissa, I. A. M.; A. F. Badran; M. Moustafa and H. Fetaih. CONTRIBUTION TO MOTILE 
AEROMONAS SEPTICAEMIA IN SOME CULTURED AND WILD FRESHWATER FISHES. Vet. Met/. /. G/za 
42(1)A:63-69.1994.FR40(3) 

[Poullry & Fish Dis. Dep., Fac. Vel. Med., Suez Canal Univ., Egypt] Tilapia nilotica and Clarias lazera in Egypt. 

95-005742 Elliott, Diane C.; Ronald J. Pascho and Aldo N. Palmisano. BROOD STOCK SEGREGATION FOR 
THE CONTROL OF BACTERIAL KIDNEY DISEASE CAN AFFECT MORTALITY OF PROGENY CHINOOK 
SALMON (ONCOfiHVNCHUS TSHAWYTSCHA) IN SEAWATER. PAMAQ V Fifth International Colloquium on 
Pathology in Marine Aquacullure, Held at Montpellier, France, 2-4 April 1992. C. Vivares and D. I. Alderman, 
editors. Aquaculture 132(1,2):! 33-144. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Mail. Biol. Serv., Northwest Biol. Sci. Cent., Bldg. 204, Naval Sin., Puget Sound, Seattle, WA 9811 5] 

95-005743 Gaggero, A,; H. Castro and A. M. Sandino. FIRST ISOLATION OF PISCIRICKETTSIA SALMONIS 
FROM COHO SALMON, ONCORHYNCHUS KtSUTCH (WALBAUM), AND RAINBOW TROUT, 
QNCORHYNCHUS MYKISS (WALBAUM), DURING THE FRESHWATER STAGE OF THEIR LIFE CYCLE. I. Fish 
Dis. 18(3):277-279. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Sandino: Unidad Viral., Inst. Nutr. &Tecnol. Alimenlos, Univ. Chile, Av. lose Pedro Alessandri 5540, Santiago, 
Chi!e| 

95-005744 Gingerich, W. H.; J. R. Meinertz; V. K. Dawson; ). E. Gofus; L. ]. Delaney and P. R. Bunnell. 
DISTRIBUTION AND ELIMINATION OF [ I4 C] SARAFLOXACIN HYDROCHLORIDE FROM TISSUES OF 
JUVENILE CHANNEL CATFISH (1CTALURUS PUNCTATUS). Aquaculture 131(1/2):23-36. 1995. FR 40(3) 
(Upper Mississippi Sci. Cent., Natl. Biol. Serv., P.O. Box 818, La Crosse, Wl 54602-0818) 

95-005745 G|edrem,T. and H, M. Gjoen. GENETIC VARIATION IN SUSCEPTIBILITY OF ATLANTIC SALMON, 
SALMO SALAR L., TO FURUNCULOS1S, BKD AND COLD WATER VIRRIOSIS. Aquacull Res. 26{2):129-134. 
1995. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Aquacult. Res. Ltd. (AKVAFORSK), As, Norway] 

95-005746 Guerin-Faublee, Veronique; L. Rosso; Marline Vigneulle and J.-P. Flandrois. THE EFFECT OF 
INCUBATION TEMPERATURE AND SODIUM CHLORIDE CONCENTRATION ON THE GROWTH KINETICS 
OF VIBRIO ANCUILLARUM AND VIBRIO ANCU/tMRUM-R ELATED ORGANISMS. ). Appl. Bacleriol. 
78(6):621-629. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Univ. Claude Bernard, URA CNRS 243, Lab. Bacteriol., Fac. Med., Lyon-Sud, 69921 Oulllns Cedex, France] 
D/cenlrarcnus labrax and Oncor/iync/ws mykiss. 

95-005747 Karlyshev, Andrey V. and Sheila Maclntyre. CLONING AND STUDY OF THE GENETIC 
ORGANIZATION OF THE EXE GENE CLUSTER OF ABROMONAS SALMONICIDA. Gene (Amst.) 1 58(1):77-82. 
1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Maclntyre: Dep. Microbiol., Univ. Reading, Whileknights, Box 228, Reading, Berkshire, England. 
lel:(44-1 734)31 8-898; fax;(44-1 734)3 1 6-671; e-mail:sksmcntr@reading.ac.uk] 

95-005748 Kawai, K. and R. Kusuda. LISTONELLA ANCUILLARA INFECTION IN AYU, PLECQGLOSSUS 
ALJIVELIS, AND ITS PREVENTION BY VACCINATION. Abstracts of Lectures Presented at the Second 
tapanese-lsraeli Symposium on Aquaculture, April 17-22, 1994, Kagoshima, Japan. Jaitp van Rijn, editor. Isr. I. 
Aquacult. Bamidgeh 46(3):151. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Fish Dis, Lab., Fac. Agric, Kochi Univ., Nankoku, Kochi 783, Japan] 

95-005749 Khoo, L; P. M. Dennis and G. A. Lewbart. RICKETTSIA-LIKC ORGANISMS IN THE BLUE-EYED 

PLECOSTOMUS, PANAQUE SUTTONI (EIGENMANN & EIGENMANN). /. Fish Dis. 18(2):157-163. 1995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med., Coll. Vet. Med., N.C. State Univ., 4700 Hillsborough St., 
Raleigh 27606] 

95-005750 Lawler, Adrian R, HUMAN MYCOBACTERIUM MAR1NUM ARONSON INFECTIONS. ). Aqtiaric. 
& Aquat. Sd. 6(4):93-94. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[). L Scott Mar. Educ. Cent. & Aquarium, Gulf Coast Res. Lab., P.O. Box 7000, Ocean Springs, MS 
39564-7000] 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

BACTERIAL DISEASES (Continued) 

95-00575 1 LuntU.jT.Gjedrem; H. B. Bentsen; D. M. Eide; H. J. S. Larsen and K. H. Roed. GENETtC VARIATION 
IN IMMUNE PARAMETERS AND ASSOCIATIONS TO SURVIVAL IN ATLANTIC SALMON, / fiih BX 
46(5):748-75B. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Morphol., Genet. & Aquat. Biol., Norwegian Coll. Vet. Med., Box 8146, N-0033 Oslo, Norway! S^o 

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95-005752 Luntf, Terje; Jarunee Chiayvareesajja; Hans ). S. Larsen and Knut H. Roed. ANTIBODY RESPONSE 
AFTR IMMUNIZATION AS A POTENTIAL INDIRECT MARKER FOR IMPROVED RESISTANCE AGAMT 
FURUNCULOSIS. Fish & Shellfish tmmunol. 5{2):109-1 19. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Morplio!., Genel. & Aqual. Biol., Norwegian Coll. Vet. Med., Norway] Salmo sa/ar. 

95-005753 MacPliee, D. D,; V. E. Ostland; J. S, Lumsden and H. W. Ferguson. DEVELOPMENT (W AS 
ENZYME-LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY (ELISA) TO ESTIMATE THE QUANTITY OF FLA VQttAClt Rl(,v 
8RANCHIOPHH.UM ON THE GILLS OF RAINBOW TROUT ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS. Oh. AmaL OTJ 
21(1):13-23. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Maple Leaf Foods, Inc., Shur Gain Div., P.O. Box 279, 1 Salar Ct., St. George, NB, Canada EOG 2\0| 

95-005754 MacPhee, D. D.; V. E. Ostland; J. S. Lumsden; J, Derksen and H. W, Ferguson. INFLUENCE. Of 
FEEDING ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF BACTERIAL GILL DISEASE IN RAINBOW TROUT QNCQRl IWCHUf 
MYKISS. Dls. Aquat. Org, 21(3):163-170. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Ferguson: Fish Palhol. Lab., Dep.Pathol., Ontario Vol. Coll., Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIC 2WI| 

95-005755 Maeno, Yukio; Kazuhiro Nakajima; Mrnoru Sorimachi and Yasuo Inui. (PATHOPHYSIOLOCK'AL 
STUDIES OF JAUNDICED YELLOWTAIL, SERIOIA QUINQUERADIATA.] Fish Pathol. 30(1}:7-M. 1995. li 
Japanese with English summ. FR4Q{3) 

INall. Res. Inst. Aquacult., Nansei, Mie 516-01, Japan) 

95-005756 Magarinos, Bealriz; Francisco Pazos; Ysabel Santos; Jesus L. Romalde and Alicia E, TOH) 
RESPONSE OF PASttUREUA PISCICIDA AND FLEXIBACTER MARITIMUS TO SKIN MUCUS OF MARINEflSH. 
DJS. Aquat. Org. 21(2):103-108, 1995. FR 40(3) 

pep. Microbiol. & Parasilol., Fac. Biol., Univ. Santiago de Compostela, E-15706 Santiago du Compostrf), 
Spam) Scophibatmus maximus, Spans auratus, and Dicenlrarchus labrax. 

95-005757 Moki, Shouzo Toda; Telsuichi Nomura and Mamoru Yoshimizu. [EFFECT OF INCUBATION 
TEMPERATURE FOR ISOLATION ON AUTO-AGGLUTINATION OfAEROMONAS SALMONICIVA.] Fitfi ft(W 
30(1 ):67-68. In Japanese wilh English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Yamagala Prefect. Inland Waler Fish, Exp. Sin., Izumi-machi, Yonezawa 992, Japan] 

95-005758 Mooney, Jenny; Eithne Powell; Catherine Clabby and Richard Powell. DETECTION OF 
AEROMONASSALMONtaOA IN WILD ATLANTIC SALMON USING A SPECIFIC DMA PROBETEST.Oft /IfluW 
0/g.21(2):l31.135.1995.FR40(3) 

IPowell: Recombinanl DNA Croup, Dep. Microbiol., Univ. Coll. Galway, Ireland) Salma solar In to-bad. 

95-005759 Neelam, Beena; Kim D. Thompson; Nicholas C. Price; Mary F, Tatner; Alexandra Adams; Ambon 
r.r.'^n, t Uwis Stevens ' DEV ELOPMENT OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES TO IRON-REGULATQIHJUlEl 
51^01^08 ^^F 5 AN LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE OF AEROMONAS SALMON1CIDA. f>ix. Aqwl. Or; 
[Thompson: Inst. Aquacult., Univ. Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA, Scotland] 



IS2!? 1 ! , ..^nT"' Setsuzo and Nobum Ohara - PRODUCTION AND SOME PROPERTIES OF HIE 
EXTRACELLULAR PROTEASE OFCWOPHACA COLUMNARIS. Fish. Scl. 60(1):97-102. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[School Fish. Sci., Kitasato Univ., Sanriku, Iwate 022-01, Japan] Anguilla /apon/ca. 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

BACTERIAL DISEASES (Continued) 

95-005764 Oslland, V. E.; D. D. MacPhee; J. S. Lumsden and H. W. Ferguson. VIRULENCE OF 
FUWOBACttRIUM BRANCHlOPHtLUM IN EXPERIMENTALLY INFECTED SALMONIDS. /. Fish Dis. 
18{3:249-262. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Fish Palhol. Lab., Dep. Palliol., Ontario Vet. Coll., Univ. Cuelph, Cuelph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1J 
Oncorhynchus mykiss, O. tshawytscha, Salvelinus fontinalis, S. alpinus, and tuxi/us comutus. 

95-005765 Pascho, Ronald ].; Marsha L Lnndoll and Jerry E. Ongertli. INACTIVATION OF RENIBACJERIUM 
SALMONINARUM BY FREE CHLORINE. Aquaculture 131(3,4):! 65-175. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Northwest Biol. Sci. Cent., Nail, Biol. Serv., Bldg. 204, Naval Stn., Seattle, WA 981 1 5| 

95-005766 Pedersen, Karl and Jens Laurits Larsen. EVIDENCE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF DISTINCT 
POPULATIONS OF VIBRIO ANGUILLARUM SEROGROUP Ol BASED ON PLASMID CONTENTS AND 
RlBOTYPES.App/. Environ. Mlcrobiol. 61(6):2292-2296. 1995. FR40(3) 

(Lab. Fish Dis., Dep. Vet. Microbiol., Royal Vel. & Agric. Univ., Bulowsvej 13, DK-1870 Frederiksberg C, 
Denmark] 

95-005767 Plumb, John A, and Craig Shoemaker. EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND SALTCONCENTRATION 
ON LATENT EDWARDSIELIA ICTALUR! INFECTIONS IN CHANNEL CATFISH. Dis. Aquat. Org. 21(3):1 71-1 75. 
1995. FR 40(3) 

[Southeast. Coop. Fish Dis. Pro)., Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacult., Agric. Exp, Stn., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 
36649] Ictalurus punctatus. 

95-005768 Press, C. McL; L, J. Reilan and T. Landsverk. ANTIGEN RETENTION AND ENZYME REACTIVITY 
IN THE SPLEEN OF ATLANTIC SALMON, SALMO SALAR L, FOLLOWING ADMINISTRATION OF INJECTABLE 
FURUNCULOSIS VACCINES./ Fish Dis. 18{3):199-210. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Morphol., Genet. & Aquat. Biol., Norwegian Coll. Vel. Med, Box 01 46, 0033 Oslo, Norway] 

95-005769 Quenlel, C. and M. Ogier de Baulny. VACCINATION OF JUVENILE TURBOT, SCQPHJHALMUS 
MAXIMUS L, AGAINST VIBRIOSIS. PAMAQ V - Fifth International Colloquium on Pathology in Marine 
Aquaculture, Held at Montpellier, France, 2-4 April 1992. C. Vivares and D. /. Alderman, editors. Aquacutture 
132(1, 2):125-131, 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. Natl. Etudes Vet. & Alimentaires, Lab. Pathol. Anim. Aquat., B.P. 70, 29280 Plouzane, France] 

95-005770 Romalde, Jesus L.; Beatrix Magarinos; Helen Fouz; Isabel Bandin; Soledad Nunez and Alicia E. 
Toranzo. EVALUATION OF BIONOR MONO-KITS FOR RAPID DETECTION OF BACTERIAL FISH 
PATHOGENS. Dis. Aquat Org. 21(1):25-34. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Toranzo: Dep. Microbiol. & Parasitol., Fac. Biol., Univ. Santiago, E-15706 Santiago de Compostcla, Spain] 

95-005771 Sakai, M.; T. Yoshida; S. Alsula and M. Kobayashi. ENHANCEMENT OF RESISTANCE TO 
VIBRIOSIS IN RAINBOW TROUT, ONCQRHYNCHUS MYKISS (WALBAUM), BY ORAL ADMINISTRATION OF 
CLOSTR/D/UM0U7YR/CUMBACTERIN.y.FfchD/s. 10(2):187-190. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Fac. Agric., Miyazaki Univ., Miyazaki 889-21, Japan] 

95-005772 Sakai, Masahiro; Shizuo Atsuta and Masanori Kobayashi. EFFICACIES OF COMBINED VACCINE 
FOR VIBRIO ANGUILLARUM AND STREPTOCOCCUS SP. Fish. Sci. 61(2):359-3C.O. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Fac. Agric,, Miyazaki Univ., Miyazaki 809-2 1, Japan] Oncorhyncluis mykiss. 

95-005773 Salati, F.; G. Glorgetti and R. Kusuda. COMPARISON AMONG STRAINS OF PASTZURELLA 
PISaCtDA FROM JAPAN, ITALY AND U.S.A. Riv. Hal. Aquacolt. 29(4):133-139. 1994. In English with Italian 
summ, FR 40(3) 

[Fish Dis. Lab., Fac. Agric., Kochi Univ., Koch! 783, Japan] 

95-005774 Schrock, Robin M. QUANTIFYING NON-SPECIFIC DISEASE RESPONSE IN ADULT AND 
JUVENILE SALMON. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at 
the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, July J6-2J, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 476-480. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[U.S. Natl. Biol. Surv., Pac. NW Nat. Sci. Cent., Columbia River Res. Lab., Cook, WA 98605] Oncornync/ius 
tshawytscha and O. kisutch. 

95-005775 Sheppard, M. E.; M. J. Beatlie and C. K. Johnson. EFFICACY OF AQUAFLOR PREMIX AGAINST 
FURUNCULOSIS IN ATLANTIC SALMON SMOLTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. High Performance Fish: 
Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia /n Vancouver, 
Canada, Jufy 16-21 (994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 481-484. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Moore-Clark Co. Inc., #303-909 Island Hwy., Campbell River, BC, Canada. tel:604-287-9242; 
fax:604-2B7-3216] 5a/mo salar. 

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BACTERIAL DISEASES (Continued) 

95-005776 Straub, David V.; Bernardo Contreras and Beverly A. Dixon. ISOLATION OP t'tTROBAt 
FREUNDII (WERKMAN AND GILLEN} FROM AQUARIUM FISHES. ]. Aquatic. & Aqual $ti. GI3J-76-77. V 
FR40f3) 

(Qixon: Dep. Biol. Sci., Calif. Slate Univ., Hayward 94542] 

95-005777 Toranzo, Alicia E.; Juan M. Culrin; Soleda.d Nunez; Jesus L. Romalde and Juan L. llarja, ANIJCf 
CHARACTERIZATION OF ENTEROCOCCUS STRAINS PATHOGENIC FOR TURBOT AND TH 
RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER GRAM-POSITIVE BACTERIA. Dis. Aqual Org, 2 1 (3):1 87- 191.1 995. FR 40fl 
[Dep. Micfobiol. f, Parasitol., Fac. Biol., Univ. Santiago de Composlela, E-1 5706 SanliaRO clu Compos 
niu! maximus. 



95-005778 Tsai, Ching-Lin and Kuan-Hong Hon. EFFECT OF INDOMETHACIN ON SURVIVAL 
AtRQMONAS WDROPHtlA INFECTED TILAPIA, ORfOCHROM/S M05SAMB/OJ5. Zoo). Stud 34{I(:S1 
199 3 . In English with Chinese summ. FR 40(3) 

I0ep. Mar. Resour., Nail, Sun Vat-sen Univ., Kaohsiung, Taiwan 804| 



r V 'B neul| e. M. and F. Baudin Laurencin, SERRATIA UQUEFAOENS: A CASE REF'OUT IN TURI 
(SCQPHJHAIMUS MAXIMUS} CULTURED IN FLOATING CAGES IN FRANCE. PAMAQ V - fifth 
i.o hoquium on Pathology in Marine Aquaculture, Held at Monlpellier, Franco, 2-4 April 1 992. C Viv 
rtwerman, editors. Aquacullure 132(1,2):! 21-124. 1995. FR 40(3} 

ICent. Nail. Eludes Vet. & Alimentaires, Lab. Palhol. Anim. Aqual., B.P. 70, 29280 Plouzano, Hiesl, 

?imn.5 t lc*M^! ts " Perltins ' Beverly A ' and Anlnor >Y E- Ellis. CHEMOTACTIC RESPONSE OF 
^Mm,S, r L MMR) WACR OPHAGES TO VIRULENT AND ATTENUATED STRAINS Of 
SfliMOiN/C/DA. Fish & Shellfish Immunol. 5(4):31 3-323, 1 995. FR 40(3) 

IDep. Microbtol., Palhol. & Parasitol., Coll. Vel. Med., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27606) 

OF ATYPICAL' AEROMONAS SALMONICIDA IN WATCR > 
Bi GlY ' Arlilteri 83tan 6, FIN-20520 Abo, Finland] Mati 



f 'MVPKM.' AEROMONAS SALMONIODA ISOtATEO 

- DiiAqu*. Org. 21(2):M5-150. 1995, FR 40(3) 

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FR 4 H THE RSH PATHOGEN AEROMONAS SAI.MONKWA. 
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FUNGAL DISEASES 

Vsp n EcL 8 AinriATS a [f; iT ^ P- Bo " d ad-Reantasa; J. C. Cliir. and K. 1'. < < l o fl orn 

lDSroS ULCERATIVE SYNDROMfi (HIS) IN 

11:233-238 U ' AUSTRAL1A: PRELIMINARY COMPARATIVE STUDIES. 



ai C)r K . 21(11:233-238 U995. FR 3) 



B5 Willoughhy L G- R i 

^ PATH CEN'OF FRESH WATF'^^nL^^^^ ^^" IWMMIS si'. ., 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

PROTOZOAN DISEASES (Continued) 

95-005788 Bartholomew, Jerri L; Rusty ). Rodriguez and Cindy K. Arakawa. DEVELOPMENT OF A DMA 
PROBE FOR THE MYXOSPOREAN PARASITE CERATOMYXA SHASTA, USING THE POLYMERASE CHAIN 
REACTION WITH ARBITRARY PRIMERS. Dis. Aquat. Org. 21(3):215-220. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. Salmon Dis. Res., Dep. Microbiol., Dreg. State Univ., Corvallis 97331-3804] Oncorhyncbus mykiss. 

95-005789 Burgess, P. J. and R. A. Matthews. FISH HOST RANGE OF SEVEN ISOLATES OF CRYPTOCARYON 
fin/WS(CILIOPHORAU FisbBiol. 4G(4):727-729. 199S. FR 40(3) 

[Fish Res. Unil, Dep. Biol. Sci., Univ. Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, Devon PL4 BAA, England] 

95-005790 Casal, G. and C. Azevedo. NEW ULTRASTRUCTURAL DATA ON THE MICROSPORIDIAN 
tCHTHYOSPORlDIUM GIGANJEUM INFECTING THE MARINE TELEOSTEAN FISH CTENOIABRUS RUPES7RI5 
(L)./. Fish Dis. 18(2);19M94. 1995. FR40(3) 

[Azevedo: Dep. Cell Biol., Inst. Biomed. Sci., Univ. Oporto, Lg. A. Salazar, no. 2, 4000 Porto, Portugal] 

95-005791 Cheung, Paul, EIMERIA SOUTHWELL! HALAWANI, 1930 (AP1COMPLEXA: COCIDIA) FROM A 
NEW HOST, THE COWNOSE RAY, RHiNOPTERA BONASUS MITCHILL /. Aquatic. & Aqual. Sci. 6(3|:G8-75. 
1993. FR 40(3) 

[Osborn Lab. Mar. Sci,, Aquarium Wildl. Conserv., NYZS Wildl. Conserv. Soc., Surf Ave. & W. 8th St., Brooklyn, 
NY 11224] 

95-005792 Jensen, ). O. T.; W. E. McLean; M. Kent; M. Higgins; T. Sweeten; J. Bennett and B. Yee. 
DETERMINATION OF OZONE EFFICACY AGAINST PROLIFERATE KIDNEY DISEASE (PKD). High 
Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British 
Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, }uly 16-2 1, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 485-408. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Fish. & Oceans, Pac. Biol. Sin., Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6. Iel:6Q4-75f.-7013; fax:60-1-756-70531 
Oncorhynchus Ishawylsc/ia. 

95-005793 Kent, Michael L and Leo Margolis. PARASITIC PROTOZOA OF SEAWATER-REARED 
SALMON!DS.AqLraaj/(.Mag.21(3):64-74. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Biol. Set, Branch, Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Pac. Biol. Stn., Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6] 

95-005794 Kou, Guang-Hsiung; Chung-Hsiung Wang; Hsu-Wei Hung; Yun-Shiang Jang; Chili-Ming Chou and 
Cliu-Fang Lo, A CELL LINE (EP-1 CELL LINE) DERIVED FROM "BEKO DISEASE" AFFECTED JAPANESE EEL ELVER 
(ANGUILLA IAPONICA) PERSISTENTLY INFECTED WITH PLEIS7OPHORA ANGUILLARUM. PAMAQ V Fifth 
Intetnational Colloquium on Pathology in Marine Aquaculture, Held at Monipellier, Franco, 2-4 April 1992. C, 
Vivares andD. /. /Merman, editors. Aquaculture 132(1, 2):1 61-1 73. 1995. FR 40(3) 
|Lo: Dep. Zool., Natt. Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan 107] 

95-005795 Kovalyova, A. A.; P. Vclev and P. Vladov. |NEW DATA ON MYXOSPORIDAE FAUNA 
(CNIDOSPORA, MYXOSPOREA) IN COMMERCIAL FISHES OFF THE ATLANTIC COAST OF AFRICA,] {Ecology 
and Fish Stocks in the East Atlantic. Collective Papers.] Fisheries Committee of the Russian Federation p. 1 74-1 94, 
210. 1993. In Russian with English summ. FR40(3) 

95-005796 Kovalyova, A. A. [MIXOSPORIDAE AS THE COMMERCIAL MARINE FISHES PAR ASITES.] fisheries 
Researches in the Atlantic and Southern Pacific Oceans. Collected Volume of Scientific Papers.] Fisheries 
Committee of (fie Russian Federal/on, p. 1 93-201 , 25B. 1 993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 

95-005797 Lorn, J.; E. J. Noga and I. Dykova. OCCURRENCE OF A MICROSPOREAN WITH 
CHARACTERISTICS OF CLUCEA ANOMALA IN ORNAMENTAL PISH OF THE FAMILY CYPRINODONTIDAE. 
Dis. Aquat. Org. 21(3):239-242. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Parasilol., Acad. Sci. Czech Republic, Branispvska 31, 370 05 Cesko Buclejovice, Czech Republic] 
Nothobranchius eggersi, N. korthausae, Aphyosomion filamenlosus, and Cynolcbias nigripinnis, 

95-005798 Muzzall, Patrick M. DISTRIBUTION OF MYXOROLUS SCLEROPERCA (MYXOBQLIDAG: 
MYXOSPOREA) IN YELLOW PERCH (PERCA FLAVESCENS) IN THE GREAT LAKES. /. Paras/to/. 81(3):498-499. 
1 995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Zool., Nat. Sci. Bldg., Mich. State Univ., East Lansing 48824] 

95-005799 Nilsen, Frank. DESCRIPTION OF TRICHODINA HIPPOGLOSSI N. SP. FROM FARMED ATLANTI 
HALIBUT LARVAE HIPPOCLOSSUS HIPPOGLOSSUS, Dis. Aquat. Org. 21 (3):209-2 1 4. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Fish. & Mar. Biol., Univ. Bergen, Bergen High Technol. Cent., N-5008 Bergen, Norway] 

95-005800 Yokoyama, Hiroshi; Kazuo Ogawa and Hlsatsugu Wakabayashi. CHEMORESPONSE C 
ACTINOSPOREAN SPORES OF MYXOBOLUS CULTUS TO SKIN MUCUS OF GOLDFISH CARASSK. 
AURATUS. Dis. Aquat. Org. 21 (1 }:7-1 1 . 1 995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep, Fish,, Fac.Agric, Univ. Tokyo, Yayol 1-1-1, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 11 3, Japan) Data for five oilier specie 

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<)5-005a01 Yokovarna, Hiroshi; Kazuo Ogawa and Hisatsugu Wakabayashi. MYXQBOLUS CUL7L 
(MYXOSPOREA- MYX080LIDAE) IN THE GOLDFISH CARASSIUS AURATUS TRANSFORMED Pft 
ACTINOSPOREAN STAGE IN THE OLIGOCHAETE BRANCHIURA SOWERBYL ]. Parasttal. 8 M3):-)46-4! 
FR40(3) 

[Dep. Fish., Fac. Agric., Univ. Tokyo, Yayor 1-1-1, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113, Japan] 

VIRAL DISEASES 

95-005802 Bernoth, Eva-Maria and Mark St, J. Crane. VIRAL DISEASES OF AQUARIUM FISH. Vital 
Carry M. Goss, editor. Semin. Avian firat Pel Med 4(2):103-1 10. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

IAAHL Fish Dis. Lab., CSIRO Australian Anim. Health Lab., Private Bag 24, Geclong, Vic. 3220, Ai 

95-005803 Bovo, G.; N. ]. Olesen; P. E. V. Jorgensen; W. Anne and J. R. Winlon, CHARACTERIZATH 
RHABDOVIRUS ISOLATED FROM CARPIONE SALMO TKUTTA CARPtO IN ITALY. Dis. Aqi 
2I{2}:115-122. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|lslii. Zooprotilaitico Sperimentale delle Venezie, Via G. Orus 2, 1-35129 Padov.1, Italy] Oncorhynch 

93-005B04 Cross, Carry M., editor. VIRAL DISEASES. Scmin, Avian Exot. Pet Med <1(2,:61-1 10. 1995. 
Selected paper indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-005805 Esteve, Consuelo; Carmen Amaro; Elena G, Biosca and Espcranza Garay. BIOCHEMK 
TOXICENIC PROPERTIES OF VIBRIO FURNISStl ISOLATED FROM A EU ROPEAN EEL FARM. P/1MAJ 
International Colloquium on Pathology in Marine Aquaculture, Held at Montpcllier, France, 2-4 April 
Wva/cs and D. /. Alderman, editors. Aquaculture 1 32(1,2):81-90. 1 995. FR 40(3} 

[Dep. Microbiol. & Ecol., Fac. Bio!., Univ. Valencia, E-46100 Burjasot, Valencia, Spain. lol:(*3-1-6) 
f j\.{+34-6) 3864372] Anguilh anguilla, 

95-005806 Faik, K. and B, H. Dannevig. DEMONSTRATION OF A PROTECTIVE IMMUNE RESP 
INFECTIOUS SALMON ANAEMIA (ISA)-INFECTED ATLANTIC SALMON SALMO SALAR. Dis Ac 
2IOM-5. 1995. FR 40(3) 

jDep. Virol., Cenl. Vet. Lab., P.O. Box 81 56 Dep., N-0033 Oslo, Norway] 

95-005B07 Ciraud, P.; ]. Facon; ]. Catel; H. Knockaerl; J. Cuenol and ]. M. Savin. [STUDY OP A : 
TRANSMISSION OF VMS AND IHN VIRUSES FROM INFECTED TROUT FARMS TO Wl 
POPULATIONS.] Bull. Fr. Peche Pisdc. No. 333. p. 159-166. 1994. In French wilh English Blimni. FR A 
jlab. Vet. Dep. Pas-de-Calais, SP 1 8, 62022 ARRAS Cedex, Ffance] OncorViyndws rnykks, Salmo ( 
and data ftx eight olher species in France. 



,. Crobef 8' W - 1- f f -' s ' T - Onjukka and N. L. Hurtado. ELEVATED WATER TCMI'ERATURE 
,^ NICAL ERVTHROCYTIC INCLUSION BODY SYNDROME IN JUVENILE SPRING CHINOOK 
(ONCORHYNCHUS JSHAWYJSCHA}. High Performance fish: Proceedings of an International Fish I 

r, Canada,^ J6-2J, 1994. OonD. i 



^f q ^'' Fi ^ pa 'h o1 - Lab - BadgleyHalLEasl.Oreg.StateColf.,UGrande97850.| C l:S03J 
lax. 503-962-3873] Oncorrtynchus kisutch, 



un 3nd U Zhuo - LVMPHOCYSTIS DISEASE IN THE SCAT, SC4TX 

, D CUVSSFISH ' CM^NDA RANCA (HAMILTON-BUCHANAN), IN A PRO! 
Aquant A Aquai Set. 6(2):41-51. 1992. FR 40(3) 

MULTIPLICATION OF INFECTIOUS PANCREATIC t 
ISOLATED FR ATLANTIC SALM01 



l^mmer.Norwe g )a n ,ns,.R S h. & Aquacult. Inc., P.O. Box 251 1, N-9002 Tronic, Norway] 

fpnr^ IN VITRO STUDIES OF INFECTIOUS PA? 

^ ' OLATED FROM ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO 
" % Pa(/1 '8V "> Marine Aquacutture, Held at Monrpottw, I 

^^^^ 

' & Aquacult Lld ' M ^. P.O. Box 2511, N-9002 Trom.o, Norway] 

Mlyazaki HERPESVIRAL HAEMATOPOIETIC NECROSIS OF C 
tt. IB(3):211-220. 1995. FR 40{3) 
5 Kamihama,Tsu, Mie 514, Japan] Cyprinus carp/o. 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

VIRAL DISEASES (Continued) 

95-005813 Kumagai, Akira; Noriyuki Horie; Yoshinori Sato; Kiyotaka Takaliashi; Tokuo Sano and Hideo 
Fukurfa. [APPLICATION OF FLUORESCENT ANTIBODY TECHNIQUE ON DIAGNOSIS OF SALMONID 
HERPESVIRUS 2 INFECTION IN MARICULTURED COHO SALMON.] Fish Pal/io/. 30(1):S9-65. 1995. In 
Japanese with English summ. FR 40(3) 

|Msyagi Prefect. Freshwater Fish. Exp. Sin,, Taiwa, Miyagi 981-3(i, Japan] Oncorhynchus kisutch. 

95-00581 4 Maeno, Yukio; Minoru Sorimachi and Syuzo Egusa. HISTO PATHOLOGY OF VIRAL DEFORMITY 
IN YELLOWTAIL FINGERLING, SERIOLA QUINQUERADIATA. Fish Pathol. 30(1):53-58. 1995. In English with 
Japanese summ. FR 40(3) 

[Natl. Res. Inst. Aquacull., Nansei, Mie 516-01, Japan] 

95-00581 5 Muller, Martin; Paul Schnilzler; Eugene V. Koonin and Gholamreza Darai. IDENTIFICATION AND 
PROPERTIES OF THE LARGEST SUBUNIT OF THE DNA-DEPENDENT RNA POLYMERASE OF FISH 
LYMPHOCYSTIS DISEASE VIRUS: DRAMATIC DIFFERENCE IN THE DOMAIN ORGANIZATION IN THE 
FAMILY IRIDOVIR1DAE. I. Gen. Viroi 7G{5):1099-1 107. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Darai: Insl. Med. Viral. Univ, Heidelberg, IMNeucnheimer Feld 324, 691 20 Heidelberg, Germany. fax:+49 
6221 56 3104; e-mail :73@vm.urz.u ni-lieidelberg.de] 

95-00581 6 Myouga, Hisashi; Mamoru Yoshimizu; Kenichi Tajima and Yoshio Ezura. PURIFICATION OF AN 
ANTIVIRAL SUBSTANCE PRODUCED BY ALTEROMONAS SP. AND ITS VIRUCIDAL ACTIVITY AGAINST FISH 
VIRUSES. Fish Pathol. 30(1 ):1 5-22. 1995. In English with Japanese summ. FR 40(3) 
(Lab. Microbiol., Fac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ., Hakodate, Flokkaido 041, Japan] 

95-00581 7 Nakajlma, Kazuhiro and Minoru Sorimaclii. PRODUCTION OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES 
AGAINST RED SEA BREAM IRIDOVIRUS. Fish Pathol. 30{1):47-52. 1995. In English with Japanese summ. 
FR 40(3) 

[Nail. Res. Inst. Aquacull, Nansei, Mie 516-01, Japan] Pagrus major. 

95-00581 8 Newbound, G. C; R. J. F. Markham; M. L, Kent; D. J. Speare and M. A. Thorburn. COMPARATIVE 
ANALYSIS OF A MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY-BASED IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE TEST FOR PLASMACYTOID 
LEUKEMIA IN CHINOOK SALMON ONCORHYNCHUS 7SHAWYTSCHA. Dis. Aqttat. Org. 21 (2):1 23-1 30. 1 995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Vet. Biosci,, 1925 Coffey Rd, Ohio Slate Univ,, Columbus 43210-1092] 

95-00581 9 Novoa, B.; J. L Barjaand A. Figueras. ENTRY AND SEQUENTIALDISTRIBUTION OF AN AQUATIC 
BIRNA VIRUS IN TUR$OT(SCOPHTHALMUSMAXIMUS). Aquaculture Wtf/2):W. 1995, FR 40(3) 

[Figueras: Insl. invest. Mar., CSIC, Eduardo Cabello 6, 36208 Vlgo, Spain. tcl:(34-8G)-231930; 
fax:(34-fi&}-292762] 

95-005820 Nylund, A.; T. Hovland; K. Walanabe and C. Endresen. PRESENCE OF INFECTIOUS SALMON 
ANAEMIA VIRUS (ISAV) IN TISSUES OF ATLANTIC SALMON, SALMO SALAR L, COLLECTED DURING THREE 
SEPARATE OUTBREAKS OF THE DISEASE./. Fish Dis. 10(2):135-145. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Fish. & Mar. Biol., Univ. Bergen, HiB, N-5020 Bergen, Norway] 

95-00582 1 Oh, Myung-Joo; Mamoru Yoshimizu; Takahisa Kimura and Yosliio Ezura. A NEW VIRUS ISOLATED 
FROM SALMONID FISH. Hsh Pathol. 30(1 ):23-32. 1 995. In English with Japanese summ. FR 40(3) 

[Lab. Microbiol., Fac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ., Minato, Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan] Oncor/iyncrnis kisutch, 
O. mykiss, O. masou, Salvelinus lettcomacnis pluvlus, and P/ecog/ossus altivelis. 

95.005822 Oh, Myung-Joo; Mamoru Yoshimizu; Takahisa Kimura and Yoshio Ezura. PATHOGENICITY OF 
THE VIRUS ISOLATED FROM BRAIN OF ABNORMALLY SWIMMING SALMONID. Fish Pathol. 30{1):33-38. 
1 995. In English with Japanese summ. FR 40(3) 

(Lab, Microbiol., Fac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ., Minato, Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan] Oncor/tynchus kisutch, 
O. mssouj O. myklss, Hucho pcrryi, and Salvelinus leucomsenis pluvlus. 

95-005823 Peters, N. and W. Schmidt. FORMATION AND DISINTEGRATION OF VIRIONS IN 
LYMPHOCYSTIS CELLS OF PLAICE PLEURONECTES PIA7ESSA. Dis. Aquat. Org. 21 (2):1 09-1 1 3. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Zool. Inst. & Zool. Mus., Univ. Hamburg, Martln-Luther-King-Platz 3, D-2014G Hamburg, Germany] 

95.Q05B24 Rodriguez, Sylvia; M. Pilar Vilas, Carmen Gutierrez and Sara I. Perez. IN VITRO QUANTITATIVE 
KINETIC STUDY OF INFECTIOUS PANCREATIC NECROSIS VIRAL ANTIGEN BY FLOW CYTOMETRY. Fish 
Pathol. 30(1):l-5. 1995. In English with Japanese summ. FR 40(3) 

(Perez: Cent. Invest. Biol. (Consejo Super. Invest. Cient.), C/Velazquez 144, 28006 Madrid, Spain] 

95-005825 Sano, Tokuo. VIRUSES AND VIRAL DISEASES OF SALMONIDS. PAMAQ V Fifth International 
Colloquium on Pat/io/ogy in Marine Aquaculture, Held at Montpellier, France, 2-4 April 1992. C. Wvares and O, /. 
Alderman, editors. Aquaculture 132(1,2):43-52. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zool., Nat. Taiwan Univ., Fish. Scl. Bldg., Rm. 206, Taipei, Taiwan 1 0764] 

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Ky*W and ^anfred Walrf. fA NEW FIS 
lnG < FOR AUSTR.A, 

. Anat. & Morphol., Ins.. Zool., Uni, Wien, Ahhanslr. 1 4, A-.090 Wien, Aus.ria) Carte, */ 

R ' CHNESS JN F ' ARASITES 

i i a Dolph Schtuter, editors, p. 185-1 93. 1<J94. FR 40(3} 
UniVers " Mon.o ' 



K 

[Dep. Blot Auburn Un vSni i a Dolph Schtuter, editors, p. 185-1 93. 1<J94. FR 4 
and At jLSff Un ' V " 73 UniVers "V ^ Mon.gomery, AL 361 1 7] Mc,op ( en,s c/^a^r,,, 



^^^ INDICATOR ORGANISMS FOR HfAW . 

Hani si( *-. 65 ( 4 ) : 154. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
l., Rand Afnkaans Umv _ p Q Box 5 ^ 2Qof . AUC X U 



SPECIES OF /RCUU5 FROM KOSt OAV, 
[Dep. Zool fa Af ?? Sn B F THE GENUS ' ' CoH/oe 37 < 2 ) ;89 -. ' ^^. FR 40(3 J 



(CHONDRICHTHY MYLIOBAwhM RIIDAE) IN ^ fT O^^ WARW/^f (EUWIKA^ 
/- ftraj/to/. 81(2}:244 246 1995 f K *n) ' MYLIOBATID AE) FROM THE GULF OF NICOYA; COSH R<- 

iDep. Zool., Univ. Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 1 A1 ] 
95-005831 Bruce NIP! I 3n ,i TU 

aRATOrHOAANDCtOsioB^JrRn^r^Tv":^ SPECIES OF THE PARASITfC fSOf'O.1) iifNE!, 
AND HALFBEAKS (BELONIFORMF^ ^ USTACEA i C YMOTHOIDAE) FROM THE MOUTHS OF FLYINC. fi^H- 
\ -.wiiiruKMbbJ. 5mi[/uon. Conwfa. Zool. No. 489. 28p. 1 989, FR -IQp} 

LTIC COD ^DUSMoS/S-'^^ TIONS F ^INORHYNCHUS CADI PARASI7ISMO 

[Sect. Rsh Dis Den v e , wfri f" ^ 46 ( 3 ) ;53 ^40. 1995. FR 40(3) 
nmar '" Dep " VeL Mlcrob 'l- ^" Vet. & Aric. - 



. s s Den v e , wr . . 

Denmark] '" Dep " VeL Mlcrob 'l- ^" Vet. & Agric. Univ, 13 Bulowsvej, 

fROMTH\SKIN e o^SoUCHTS NEW DE NDROMONOCOTYLINID 

Sd. 6[3):63-68. 1993. FF ! 40(3) ST 'NGRAY, D^SY^T/5 CENTROURA MITCHILL. / rf fllMf -. A 

NY [Osb 2 OrnLab. W ar.Sci,A qU anu mW | d ,Xonserv,NY ZS Wildl.Conserv.Soc,SurfA^ 

FlVE-YEAROLDGOLDmH\ L L ; cLSp/ ( ? R bert Donnel1 ' WHAT IS YOUK 1)1 ACINOSE 

IDep. Comp.Med, Coll V S i ^ 24(1):5 ' 28 ' 29 ' 1995 - 40(3) 
95-005835 Curra S h '""" Knowl e3790 ^071| oiassfes .. 

'^^P'RAUNmVlNf OF A VM? H ^ ENT SITE S PEC'F'CI1Y AND Tf IE TAI'EWOW 
7. 1995. FR 40(3) ' NltbTINE OF THE BLUE SHARK (PRIOMAC ClAUCA}. I. touiti 



; Hillary M. Carpen.er; Cristobal L 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

OTHER DISEASES AND PARASITES (Continued) 

95-Q05B40 Hussain, N. A. and E. W. Knight-Jones. FISH AND FISH-LEECHES ON ROCKY SHORES AROUND 
BRITAIN.;. Mar. Biol.Assoc. U.K. 75(2):31 1-322. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Mar. Sci, Cent., Basrali Univ., Iraq] Lipophrys pholis, Pholis gunnellus, Coryphobtennius galerita, Taurutus 
bubaiis, Myoxocephalus scotpius, Symphodus me/ops, and data for 23 other species. 

95-005841 Jansen, P. A. and T. A. Bakke, SUSCEPTIBILITY OF BROWN TROUT TO CYRODACIYLUS SALARIS 
(MONOGENEA) UNDER EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS. /. Fish Biol. 46{3):41 5-422. 1995. FR 40(3) 
(Zool Mus., Univ. Oslo, Sars gt 1 , N-0562, Norway] Sa/mo sa/ar and 5. trutta. 

95-005842 Kristoffersen, Roar. TEMPORAL CHANCES IN PARASITE LOAD OF LAKE RESIDENT ARCTIC 
CHARR SALVELINUS AlPINUS (L.) HELD IN BRACKISH WATER CAGE CULTURE. Nord I, Freshwater Res. No. 
70. p. 49-55. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Norwegian Coll. Fish. Sci., Univ. Tromso, Breivika, N-9037, Tromso, Norway] 

95-005843 Lambert, Alain and Salwa El Gliarbi. MONOGENEAN HOSTSPECIFICITY AS A BIOLOGICAL AND 
TAXONOMIC INDICATOR FOR FISH. Special Issue: Endemic Freshwater Fishes of the Northern Mediterranean 
Region - Based on a Workshop at the Biological Station of 7our du Valat, Camargue Area, France, 28 fanuary to ) 
February, 1993. Alain I. Crivelli and Peter S. Maitland, editors. Biol. Conserv. 72(2);227-235. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Lab. Parasitol. Comp,, Unit Associated CNRS (URA 698), Univ. Montpellier II, PI. E. Balaillon, F. 34095 
Montpellier Cedex 5, France] 

95-005844 Lopez Tirado, Jorge Ramon. |UTILIZATION OF FRESH PAPAYA SEEDS (CAR1CA PAPAYA L.) AS 
A NEMATOCIDE vs. SPIROCAMELIANUS SP. IN TILAPIA HYBRIDS (OREOCHROMiS SP.).) Vet Mex. 26(1 ):81 . 
1995. Spanish abstract only. FR 40(3) 

95-005845 Luque, Jose and Marcelo Oliva. TREMATODES OF MARINE FISHES FROM THE PERUVIAN 
FAUNISTIC PROVINCE (PERU AND CHILE), WITH DESCRIPTION OF LECITHOCHIRIUM CALLAOENSIS N. SP. 
AND NEW RECORDS, Rev. Biol. Mar. 28(2):271-286. 1993. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(3) 

|Oliva: Inst. Invest. OceanoL, Univ. Antofagasta, P.O. Box 1 70, Antofagasta, Chile] Data for 38 species. 

95-005846 Mahdy, Olfat A. SOME STUDIES ON METACERCARIAL INFECTION IN THE FRESH WATER FISH 
(SCHILBE MYSJIS) WITH POSSIBLE TRANSMISSION TO PIGEONS, AT GIZA, GOVERNORATE, EGYPT. Vet. 
Wed./. Gfea 42(1)8:251-256. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Parasitol., Fac. Vet. Med,, Cairo Univ., Cairo, Egypt] 

95-005847 Marcogliese, David J. COMPARISON OF PARASITES OF MUMMICHOGS AND STICKLEBACKS 
FROM BRACKISH AND FRESHWATER PONDS ON SABLE ISLAND, NOVA SCOTIA. Am. Midi. Nat. 
133 (2}:333-343. 1995. FR 40(3) 

pep. Fish, & Oceans, Maurice Lamontagne Inst., P.O. Box 1 000, Mont-Joli, PQ, Canada G5H 3Z4] Fundulus 
heterocdlus and Pungitius pung/i/us. 

95-005848 Marx, H. and A. Avenant-Oldewage. ASPECTS OF THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE PARASITIC 
COPPOD MMPROGLENA CLARIAE FRYER, 1 956. /. S. Mr. Vet Assoc, 65(4):1 57. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
pep. Zool., Rand Afrikaans Univ., P.O. Box 524, 2006 Auckland Park, South Africa] C/ar/as (jariepi'nus in 
South Africa. 

95-005849 Nagasawa, Kazuya; Julio Roberto Watanabe; Shizuo Kimura and Akihiko Hara. INFECTION OF 
SALMINCOLA 5THM7U5 (COPEPODA: LERNAEOPODIDAE) ON SAKHALIN TAIMEN HUCHO PERRY! 
REARED IN HOKKAIDO. Bull. Fac. Fish. Hokkaido Univ. 45(4):109-1 12. 1994. FR40(3) 
[Natl. Res. Inst. Far Seas Fisli,, Fish. Agency Japan, Orido, Shimizu, Shizuoka 424, Japan] 

95-005850 Nezlin, L P.; R. A. Cunjak; S. E. McGladdery and M. F. Stephenson, INFECTION OF ATLANTIC 
.SALMON WITH GLOCHIDIA OF FRESHWATER PEARL MUSSELS: A COMPARISON OF GILL EPITHELIUM 
RESPONSE IN CANADIAN AND RUSSIAN POPULATIONS. Am, Fish. Soc. Amu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 99. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Dev. Biol., Russian Acad. Sci., Vavilov Str., 26, Moscow 1 1 7000, Russia] Sa/mo sa/ar. 

95-005851 Nikolaeva, V. M. and T. N. Mordvinova. [DATA ON THE TREMATODES OF THE GENUS 
CONAPODASMIUS FROM FLYING FISHES OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN.] Vesln. Zoo/. No. 1. p. 1 4-1 7. 1 988. In 
Russian. FR 40(3) 

Exocoetus obtusirostris, E. volitans, Hirundichthys speculiger, H. affinis, Cypselurus cyanoplerus, C, furcates, C. 
ntgricans, C belerurus, and C. cxsiliens. 

95-005852 Ogawa, K.; M. G. Bondad-Reantaso; M. Fukudome and H. Wakabayashi. NEOBENEDENIA 
GIRtlLAE (HARGIS, 1955) YAMAGUTI, 1963 (MONOGENEA: CAPSALIDAE) FROM CULTURED MARINE 
FISHES OF JAPAN. /. Paras/to/. 81 (2):223-227. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep, Fish., Fac. Agrrc., Univ. Tokyo, Yayol 1-1-1, Bunkyo-ku 1 13, Tokyo, Japan] Data for 14 species. 

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in y eiAssoc - &5(4>:158. 1994. AbstracI only. FR 40(3) 

|Uep. Zool., Rand Afrikaans Univ., P.O. Box 524, 2006 Auckland Park, South Africa] 



E UL TRASTRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF CUTICULAR 
S.I. S. Air. Vet. Assoc. 65(4):158. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
. Zool., Rand Afrikaans Univ., P.O. Box 524, 2006 Auckland Park, South Africa] 



GENFRA 5 TMc Z DD^K^ e Le n ' Gerardo and Daniel R ' Brooks ' PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS & 

81(2):26777 ^^5 ?R 4flS AE L SS ' 1%2 ( DIGENEA: PARAMPHISTOMirOKMES). f. Pn. 

[Inst. Bid., Univ. Nac. Autonoma Mexico, Mexico, D.F. Apdo. Poslal 70-1 53 C.P, 045 1 0, Mexico L 

NORnMANM^^S^n^ B ' M " MacKi n- LIFE CYCLE OF A SEA LOUSE, CAUCUS EUMGAIVSV. 
EnriStri* ' h (COP ^ ODA ' SIPHONOSTOMATOIDA, CALICIDAE). Gin. / Zool. 73(1 |r7*. Itf 
tngiish with French summ. FR 40(3) 

[Univ. Agric., Kazimierza Kolewicza 4, 71-550 Szczecin, Poland] Safveffnus alpinus. 

Son/jM 'r' R c ert - EV LUTIONARY INFLUENCES ON BODYSIZE IN FREE-LIVING AND PAW 
in , '; Unn - 5oc S4 < 3 ):231-244. 1995. FR40(3) 
IDep. Zool., Univ. Otago, P.O. Box 56, Dunedin, New Zealand] 

VASn 8 NS R fwV^rVp, a " d C - L U B' em - PROKROMEJRA MACROSTOMA (DIC.ENEA: AIVC":-. 
FR40(3) CERCAR| AL MORPHOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY. Paras/to/ogy I 10{4) : 9.* I* 

mat^Wmi ? C i?/l B ?;- Sci " Univ ' K V- Lexington 40506] Ambloptiies rupestris, tcpomJi mfi'---. 
macro:/,,* L su , OSUSi Mlcropterus dohmieUr and M sa/moW ^ J |n Ken 7 ucky( o ' hio/ and ^ [dl i K , in , 

COPEPOn I F^wi n Fr" d , A l Avenant - 0ldewa Se. STUDIES ON THE MORPHOLOGY OF TJIH PAW 
FR40{3? AEA aPKINACA U LINNEAUS, 1758. /. S. Afr. Vet. Assoc. 65<4):I5B, 19'J4. AhiUKt:- 

IDep. Zool., Rand Afrikaans Univ., P.O. Box 524, 2006 Auckland Park, South Africa] 

PAS^ OF MA RINE PARASITES: AN INTRODUCTION TO MK 

Suite 102 TurTrm m 10 *?*?*' " 3i Availab| e a $40.50 (paper) from Univ. Ariz. Press, 1 2.10 N. P**i. 

[Den S Tiffjl 9 - 4 ^- | [eI f 0-426-3797; fax:602-621.fl899 FR 40(3) 

luep. Zool., Univ. New England, Armidale, N.S.W. 2351, Auslralia] 

THE IMMUNOCnn?-MFMrS V f^-^ G ' Jenkins; ^ V - Hone ; A. B. Wrathmell; P. M, Rmsdl .irnl J. E. HJ 
THE SAlISr? ^f ?OTSii2Ki S f TION F POTENT| AL CANDIDATE VACCINE ANTIC JENS ^ 
FR 40(3} iE IEPEOP ^HIRUS SALMON1S (KROYER 1837). A^uacu/n/re 1 32(:i^}:22 1-2 J?. U 



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FISHERIES REVIEW 

OTHER DSSEASES AND PARASITES (Continued) 

95-005867 Yang, C. Z. and L. ). Albright, ELEVATION OF PLASMA CORTISOL AND HYPERTROPHIC 
RESPONSE OF INTER-RENAL AND CHROMAFFIN TISSUES OF RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS 
MYKISS (WALBAUM), TO THE HARMFUL DIATOM CHAETOCEROS CONCAVICORNIS. I. Fish Dis. 
1 8(2): 1 65-1 74. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Dep. Biol. Sci., Simon Eraser Univ., Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 156] 

POLLUTION 

95-005868 Addison, Richard F. FIELD EXPERIENCE IN THE USE OF FISH HEPATIC MONO-OXYGENASE 
ACTIVITY TO ASSESS ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. Am. fish. 5oc Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 20. 1 994. 
FR40[3) 

|Dep. Fish, & Oceans, Insi, Ocean Sci., P.O. Box 6000, Sidney, BC, Canada VBL 4B2. lel;604-363-6800] 

95-005869 Ahle, Ronald C. and Gerrit Jobsis. DEVELOPMENT OF AN INDEX OF BtOTIC INTEGRITY FOR 
THE LOWER PIEDMONT ECOREGION OF SOUTH CAROLINA USING STREAM FISH COMMUNITIES. 
Program Issue: Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North American Lake Management Society, 
Orlando, Florida, October 3 /-November 5, 1 994. Roger W. Bachmann, lohn R. /ones, Robert H. Peters, and David 
M. Sobalie, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2);50. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Nat. Resour., Div. Wildl, & Freshwater Fish., Rembert C. Dennis Bldg,, P.O. Box 167, Columbia, SC 
29102, tel:B03-734-2728] 

95-005870 Axlcr, Richard; C. Owen; ). Ameel; E. Ruzycki and J. Henneck. WATER QUALITY ISSUES 
ASSOCIATED WITH AQUACULTURE: A CASE STUDY IN MINNESOTA MINE PIT LAKES. Program Issue: 
Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North American Lake Management Society, Orlsndo, 
Florida, October 31-November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, John R. /ones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. 
Sobalie, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):53. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Nat. Resour. Res. Inst., Univ. Minn., Dululh 55811, tel:21 8-720-431 6; e-mail:raxler@sage.nrri.umn.edu] 

95-005871 Baudanza, T. P. CONTAMINANT LEVELS OF FRESHWATER FISHES IN NEW YORK CITY PARK 
WATERS. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference, lime 20-22, 1990. Daniel P. Molloy, 
compiler. N.Y. State Mus. Ore. 54:19. 1990. FR 40(3) 

95-005872 Bevelhimer, Mark and Robert LeHew. CONGENER-SPECIFIC ANALYSIS USED TO IDENTIFY 
POTENTIAL SOURCES OF PCB CONTAMINATION IN A RESERVOIR WITH MULTIPLE SOURCES. Am. Fish. 
Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 25. 1 994. FR40(3) 

[Environ, Sci, Div., Oak Ridge Nail. Lab., P.O. Box 2008, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6038. tel:615-574-7977; 
e-mail:lehewrf@ornl.gov] Ictalurus punctalus, Microplerus salmoldes, and Morone saxatilis in Tennessee. 

95-005873 Browdy, Craig L. and J. Stephen Hopkins, editors. SWIMMING THROUGH TROUBLED WATER, 
PROCEEDINGS OF THE SPECIAL SESSION ON SHRIMP FARMING, PAPERS PRESENTED AT AQUACULTURE 
'95, FEBRUARY 1-4, 1 995, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA. World MarkulL Soc. 253p. 1 995. Available at $40.00 
(paper) from World Maricult. Soc., 1 43 J.M. Parker Coliseum, Baton Rouge, LA 70803. FR 40(3) 
IWaddell Maricult, Cent., Dep. Nat. Resour., P.O. Box 809, Bluffton, SC 29910] 

95-005874 Carpenler, S. R., coordinator. FORUM - ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANTS IN THE GREAT 
LAKES. Eco/. Appl. 5(2):291-310. 1995. Available at $3.00 (paper) from Off. Executive Dir., Ecol. Soc. Am., 2010 
Massachusetts Ave., NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20036. tel:202-833-8773; fax:202-833-8775. FR 40(3) 
[Cent. Ltmnol., Univ. Wis., Madison 53706] Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review, 

95.005875 Caux, P.-Y. and R. A. Kent. CANADIAN WATER QUALITY GUIDELINES FOR PESTICIDES. Hew 
Ditections in Pesticide Research, Development, Management, and Po//cy: Proceedings of the Fourth National 
Conference on Pesticides, November 1-3, 1993. Diana L Wetgmann, editor, p. 429-436. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Ecosyst. Sci. & Evaluations Dir., Eco-health Branch, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1 A OH3. tel:819-953-0602j 

95-005876 Coughlan, David J,; Donald G. Cloutman; B. Kim Baker and W. Mark Rash. FISH HEALTH 
ASSESSMENT OF CATAWBA RIVER, NC/SC, LARGEMOUTH BASS. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an 
international Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 
16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 464-469. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Duke Power Co., Environ. Div., 13339 Hagers Ferry Rd,, Huntersville, NC 28078. lel:704-875-5236; 
fax:7Q4-875-5038| Micropterus salmoides, 

95-005877 D'Aoust, Brian G. DOES THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THRESHOLDS PROVIDE THE BEST 
UNDERSTANDING OF SUPERSATURATION MORTALITY AND MORBIDITY! High Performance Fish: 
Proceedings of an /nternaf/ona/ Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, 
Canada, Inly 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 236. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[Common Sensing, Inc., P.O. Box 130, Clark Fork, ID 8381 1. tel:208-266-15411 

FR40(3) 121 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW ; 

POLLUTION {Continued) 

95-005873 Eddlemon, Gerald K. A RETROSPECTIVE EXAMINATION OF THE PREDICTED AND OBSEIM2 
EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL FUEL PROJECTS ON AQUATIC RESOURCES. Am. Fish. Soc. Anna. Meet. Atnlfo 
124. p, 126. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Environ. Sci. Div., ORNL, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6036. tel:615-574-7337; e-mail:grc@co5iiiai]l.cld.om1 S :v ; 

95-005879 Firth, ). N. M.; S. ). Ormerod and H. J. Prosser. THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF WW't 
MANAGEMENT IN WALES: A CASE STUDY OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS IN A SMALL EUROPE 
REGION./. Environ. Manage. 44(2):163-179. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Ormerod: Caldimenl Res. Group, School Pure & Appl. Biol., Univ. Wales, Coll. Cardiff, P.O. Box 9lS,Caiii 
CF1 3TL, Wales] 

95-005880 Greene, Richard W. and Roy W. Miller, SUMMARY AND ASSESSMENT OF POLYCHLORINAIK 
BIPHENYLS AND SELECTED PESTICIDES IN STRIPED BASS FROM THE DELAWARE ESTUARY W(Tn 
IMPLICATIONS FOR RISK MANAGEMENT. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 127-128, 19*1 
FR 40(3) 

(Div. Water Rescuir., Dep, Nat. Resour. & Environ. Control, P.O. Box 1401, Dover, OC 19K] 
tel:302-739-34411 Morone saxatifo. 

95-005881 Grigg, Richard W. and Steven ]. Dollar, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION MISAPPLIED; ALIEGED; 
VERSUS DOCUMENTED IMPACTS OF A DEEP OCEAN SEWAGE OUTFALL IN HAWAII. Ambio 24(2): 1 2Sld 
1995. FR 40(3) 

[School Ocean, Earlh, Sci. & Techno!., Univ. Hawaii, Honolulu 96822| 

95-005882 Grimes, David. VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALIT1! 
BIOACCUMULATION INITIATIVE: MONITORING, ASSESSMENT, AND RESPONSE. Am. Fish. Fish. StK ft*-. 
Meet. Abstr, No. 124. p. 127. 1994. FR 40(3} 

[Dep. Environ. Quality-Water Oiv., 4900 Cox Rd,, Glen Allen, VA 230CO. lel:604-52 7-5095 1 

95-005883 Iwala, Hisalo; Shinsuke Tanabe; Kozo Ueda and Ryo Talsukawa. PERSISUh". 
ORGANOCHLORINE RESIDUES IN AIR, WATER, SEDIMENTS, AND SOILS FROM THE LAKE BAIKAL RE(.ION 
RUSSIA. Fnvfron. Sci. & Techno/. 29(3):792-801. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Tanabe: Dep. Environ. Conserv., Ehime Univ., Tarumi 3-5-7, Matsuyama 790, Japan) 

95-005884 Kingston, J. C; H. J. B. Birks; A. ). Uutala; B. F, dimming and ). I 1 . Smtil, EVAIUA1W 
ADIRONDACK FISHERIES DAMAGE AND ALUMINUM CHEMISTRY: A PALEO UMNO LOGICAL S1UD 
USING SILICEOUS ALGAE. Program ancMbsfrads, The New York Natural History Conference, Jut ie 2022, Ifc. 
Daniel P. Molloy, compi/er. N.Y. Stale Mus. Ore 54:37. 1 990. FR 40(3) 

95-005885 Kilchell, James F. TOXIC CONTAMINANTS IN THE GREAT LAKES: A POLYTHETIC VIILWOFTH 
ISSUES AND EVIDENCE. Forum - OrganocWorine Contaminants in trie Great Lukes. S. R. Carpenter, ctinrdn}') 
Ecol. Appi 5(2):304-307. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. Limnol,, Univ. Wis, Madison 53706] 

95-005886 Kiwek, Franz. |MOTORBOATING A PREVIOUSLY IGNORED FACTOR IN THE DECLINE < JF OH 
DANUBE FISHES?) Oeslerr. flsch. 48{2/3):55-56. 1995. In German. FR 40(3) 
[Handelskai 300/4/4/74, 1020 Wien, Austria) 



95-005887 Lara, R. ).; A. Asteasuain; C. Rusansky and R. Asteasuain. DISTRIBUTION OP 
HYDROCARBONS IN WATERS OFTHE BAH1A BLANCA BAY, ARGENTINA. Mar. Pottul. Bull. 30[4|:Jfll-!H 
1995. FR 40(3) 

[Alfred Wegener Inst. Polar & Mar. Res., Am Handelshafen 1 2, 27570 Bremerhaven, 



95-005888 Lindsay, Kate M.and D. W. Smith. FACTORS INFLUENCING PULP MILL EFFLUENT TREATMEV 
LN ALBERTA./. Environ. Manage. 44(1 ):1 1-27. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[DERU, RR1 513 C12, Smilhers, BC, Canada VOJ 2ND] 

95-005889 MacKenzie, K.; H. H. Williams; B. Williams; A. H. McVicar and R. Slddall. HARAS1KS A 
INDICATORS OF WATER QUALITY AND THE POTENTIAL USE OF HEMINTH TRANSMISSION IN MARK 
POLLUTION STUDIES. Adv. Parasilol Vol. 35. p. 85-144. 1 995. FR 40(3) : 

(SOAFD Mar. Lab., P.O. Box 101, Victoria Rd,, Aberdeen AB9 8DB, Scotland) 

95-005890 Mahmoud, N. A. M. AQUATIC FAUNA AND WATER POLLUTION IN EGYPT. Vet. ML t. Cri ; 
42(1)B:25-27.1994,FR40(3) ; 

j 
pR M hamed Sayed ' FISH AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION. Vet. Mcd I Cu ] 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

POLLUTION (Continued) 

95-005892 Mires, D. AQUACULTURE AND AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS. Abstracts of Lectures Presented at 
the Second Japanese-Israeli Symposium on Aquaculture, April } 7-22, J 994, Kagoshima, Japan, /aap van Rijn, editor. 
tsr. LAqiucutL Bamidgeh 46(3):161. 1994, FR 40(3) 
[Fish. Dep. - AqLiacult. Div., Hakiriya, Tel Aviv, Israel] 

95-005893 Mower, Barry and Terry A. Haines. INTERNATIONAL TOXICS MONITORING PROGRAM FOR 
TRACE METALS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 99. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
|Dep. Environ. Prat., State House Sin. 1 7, Augusta, ME 04333] 

95-005694 Munkittrick, K. R-; W. N. Gibbons and L. S. McCarty. ECOEPIDEMIOLOGY: CAUSE AND EFFECT 
ORJUSTB-CAUSE?Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet.Abslr. No. 124. p. GO, 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, 867 Lakeshore Rd., Burlingion, ON, Canada L7R 4A6] 

95-005895 Munro, John L. ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF SEAFARMING AND SEARANCHING. Proceed/rigs of 
the Seminar-Workshop on Aquaculture Development in Southeast Asia and Prospects for Sesfarming and 
Searanching, Uoilo City, Philippines, 19-23 August J99J. F. Lacanilao, R. M. Cohso, and G. F. Quinitio, editors. 
p. 145-151. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(ICLARM, MC P.O. Box 2631, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines] 

95-005896 Newey, S. and R. Seed. THE EFFECTS OF THE BRAER OIL SPILL ON ROCKY INTERTIDAL 
COMMUNITIES IN SOUTH SHETLAND, SCOTLAND. Mar. Pollut. Bull. 3 0(4): 2 74-280. 1995, FR 40(3) 
(School Biol. Sci., Univ. Wales Bangor, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2UW, Wales] 

95-005897 Pearce, John B. NEW YORK BIGHT: A CASE STUDY OF MARINE HABITAT QUALITY, 
CUMULATIVE EFFECTS AND MANAGEMENT IN THE 21st CENTURY. Conservation and Marine Ecosystems: 
Selected Papers from the 20th Annual Natural Ateas Conference, University of Maine, tune 1993. lohn B. Pearce, 
editor. Nat. Areas!. !5(1):37-42. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[NOAA, NMFS, Woods Hole, MA 02543] 

95-00589B Persell, John S.; Stephen J. Smilli and Scott O, Kins. MERCURY IN THE LAKE VERMILION 
ECOSYSTEM. Program Issue: Program and Abstracts, 14lh International Symposium, North American Lake 
Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 3 /-November 5, J 994, Roger W. Bachmann, John R. tones, Robert 
H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):1 03. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Chippewa Res. Lab., Box 21 7, Cass Lake, MN 56533] Catoslomus commersoni, Perca (lavescens, Ambloplites 
rupestris, Slizosledion vilreum, and fsox lucius in Minnesota, 

95-005899 Schwarzkopf, Larry; John Sorensen; Gary E. Glass and Kent W, Schmidt. THE RELATIONSHIP OF 
RESERVOIRS TO MERCURY CONTAMINATION ON THE ST. LOUIS RIVER WATERSHED. Program Issue: 
Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North American Luke Management Society, Orlando, 
Florida, October 31-November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, lohn R. tones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. 
Sobaile, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9{2):1 1 3. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

|Fond du Lac Nat. Resour. Program, 105 University Rd., Cloquet, MN 55720. tel:2 18-879-4593; 
fax:21 8-879-41 46| S(/zosted/on w'treum in Minnosola. 

95-005900 Stow, Craig A.; Stephen R. Carpenter; Lisa A. Eby; James F. Amrliein and Robert J. Hesselberg. PCB 
CONCENTRATION TRENDS IN LAKE MICHIGAN FISHES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 26. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. Limnol., Univ. Wis,, Madison 53706. tel:60B-263-3146; e-mail:cstow@macc.wisc.edu] 

95-005901 Tutundzic, V. V.; L, B. Vidmanrc and V. D. Poleksic. EFFECTS OF INFLOW WATER QUALITY ON 
LIVING CONDITIONS IN CYPRINID FISH PONDS. The Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored 
Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September (993. R. B'tllard and C. A. E. Gall, editors. Aquaculture 
1 29(1 -4):3 54-395. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Anim. Breeding, Fac. Agric., Nemanjina 6, 1 1 080 Zemun-Belgrade, Yugoslavia] 

95-005902 Wan, M. T.; S. Szeto and P. Price. DISTRIBUTION OF ENDOSULFAN RESIDUES IN THE 
DRAINAGE WATERWAYS OF THE LOWER ERASER VALLEY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. /. Environ. Set. Health 
Pan B Pestle. Food Contam. Agrlc. Wastes 30(3};401-433, 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Environ, Canada, Environ, Prol. Pac. & Yukon Reg., 224 W. Esplanade Ave., North Vancouver, BC, Canada 
V7M 3H7J Oncorhyncnus mykiss. 

95-005903 Webb, Rick; Frank Deviney and James Galloway. WILL THE CLEAN AIR ACT PROTECT WILD 
TROUT STREAMS IN THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS? Wild Trout V: Wild Trout in the 2 1st 
Ceniury, a Symposium He/da( Veffovratone National Park, September 26-27, 7994. Roger Barnhart, Bill Shake, and 
R. H. Harnre, editors, p. 189-190. 1994. FR40(3) 

(Dep. Environ. Scl,, Univ. Va., Charlottesville 22903) 

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TOXICOLOGY; BIOASSAYS (Conlinuetl) 

95-005917 Arnold, H. and T. Braunbeck. [QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE EFFECTS IN HEPATOCYTES 
OF RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) FOLLOWING SUBLETHAL EXPOSURE TO 
END05ULFAN: ARE THEY MUTUALLY DEPENDENT?! Verh. Dlsch. Zool. Ces. No. 87.1 . p. 70. 1 994 In German 
FR40(3) 

[Zool. Irast. I, Univ. Heidelberg, Neuenheimer Feld 230, D-691 20 Heidelberg, Germariy| 

95-005918 Balm, P. H. M.; Y. Iger; P. Prunet; T. G. Pottinger and S. E. Wendelaar Bonga SKIN 
ULTRASTRUCTURE IN RELATION TO PROLACTIN AND MSH FUNCTION IN RAINBOW TROUT 
(ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) EXPOSED TO ENVIRONMENTAL ACIDIFICATION. Cell Tissue Res 
279(2):351-35B. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Oep. Anim. PhysioL, Univ. Nijmegen, Toernooiveld, NL-6525 ED Nijmegen, Netherlands] 

95-005919 Bancrjee, Subhadra and Shelley Bhallacharya. H I STO PATHOLOGICAL CHANGES INDUCED BY 
CHRONIC NONLETHAL LEVELS OF ELSAN, MERCURY, AND AMMONIA IN THE SMALL INTESTINE OF 
CHANNA PUNCTATUS (BLOCH). Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf. 31(1):62-68. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Popul. Dynamics, Div. Reprod. Biol,, Johns Hopkins Univ., 615 N, Wolfe St., Baltimore, MD 21205| 

95-005920 Barry, M. J.; K. O'Halloran; D. C. Logan; ]. T. Ahokas and D, A. Holdway. SUBLETHAL EFFECTS OF 
ESFENVALERATE PULSE-EXPOSURE ON SPAWNING AND NON-SPAWNING AUSTRALIAN 
CRIMSON-SPOTTED RAINBOWFISH (MELANOTAENIA FLUVIAJILIS). Arch. Environ. Contam Toxicol 
28(4);459-463. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Holdway: Key Cent. Appl. & Nutr. Toxicol., RMIT-Univ,, Cily Campus, GPO Box 2476V, Melbourne, Vic. 
3001, Australia] 

95-005921 Barton, Bruce A. MONITORING THE HEALTH AND CONDITION OF MOUNTAIN WH1TEFISH 
POPULATIONS USING THE AUTOPSY-BASED ASSESSMENT METHOD: A CASE STUDY. High Performance 
Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held a( the University of British Columbia in 
Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor. \i. 459-463. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[pep. Biol,, Univ. S.D., Vermillion 57069. te!:605-677-521 1; fnx:605-677-(>557; 
e-m a ihbbar ton@charlie.Li5d.edu] Prosopium williamsoni in Canada, 

95-005922 Baumann, P, C. THOUGHTS AND DATA FROM EPIZOOTIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF LIVER 
CANCER IN BROWN BULLHEAD OF THE BLACK RIVER. Am. Fish. Soc. Amu. Meet. Abstr. No, 1 24. p. 62. 1 994. 
FR 40(3) 

[Natl. Biol. Surv,, 202 1 Coffey Rd., Ohio State Univ., Columbus 43202. Iel:61 4-469-5701 1 Amciurus nebuiosus 
in Ohio. 

95-005923 Begum, G. and S. Vijayaraghavan. CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM IN HEPATIC TISSUE OF 
FRESHWATER CATFISH ClARIAS BAJRACHUS L. DURING DIMETHOATE EXPOSURE. Food Chcm. Toxicol 
33(S):423-42G. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zool,, Osmania Univ., Hyderabad-500 007, A.P., India] 

95-005924 Beyers, D. W. ACUTE TOXICITY OF RODEO HERBICIDE TO RIO GRANDE SILVERY MINNOW 
AS ESTIMATED BY SURROGATE SPECIES: PLAINS MINNOW AND FATHEAD MINNOW. Arch, Environ. 
Contam. Toxicol. 29(1):24-26. 1995. FR 40(3} 

|Larval Fish Lab., Dep. Fish. & Wildl. Biol., Colo. State Univ., Fort Collins 80523] Pimephalcs promclas, 
Hybognathus placitus, and H. amartis. 

95-005925 Black, K. D.; I. A. Ezzi; M. C. B. Kiemer and A. J. Wallace. PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF THE 
EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM PERIODIC SUBLETHAL EXPOSURE TO HYDROGEN SULPHIDE ON THE HEALTH 
OF ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR L). Fish Farm Effluents and Their Control in EC Countries: Proceedings 
of a Workshop Held in Hamburg, Germany, November 23-25, 1992, Harald Rosenthal, Volker Hilge, Andries 
Kamstra, Edward A. Black, Peter Burbridge, Richard Gowen, and Ian Davies, editors. I. Appl, Ichthyol. 
10(4):362-367. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[NERC, Dunstaffnage Mar. Lab., P.O. Box 3, Oban PA34 4AD, Scotland] 

95-005926 Boyer, Marvin G. and Charles E. Cichra. EFFECT OF 2,4-D AMINE ON LARGEMOUTH BASS 
FEEDING BEHAVIOR.Program/ssne: Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North American Lake 
Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 3 1-November 5, 1 994. Roger W. Bachmann, him R. Jones, Robert 
H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9{2}:59. 1994. FR40(3) 

(Dep. Fish. & Aqual. Scl., Univ. Fla., 7922 NW 71st St., Gainesville 32653. tel:904-392-9617] Micropterus 
safmoidej. 

95-005927 Boyer, Marvin G. and Charles E. Cichra. EFFECTS OF 2,4-D AMINE ON THE MOVEMENT OF 
LARGEMOUTH BASS. Program Issue: Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North American 
lake Managemenl 5oc/ery, Orlando, Florida, October 3 f -November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, John R. Jones, 
Robert H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):58, 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(pep. Fish, & Aquat. Sci., Univ. Fla., 7922 NW 71sl St., Gainesville 32653. tel:904-392-961 7] Microplerus 
salmoides in Florida. 

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PHARMACOKINETIC AND FD MO N ,TOmNr .T, ,n 1 L D: : APPUCAT| O" TO UBORATO 
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16{3}:S24-53S.I99S.FR40(3) ' EXPOSED TO ALUMINIUM IN ACIDIC WA7CK, /. frjfr f : 

[Whitehead; 70 Nunbumholme Park, Hull HU5 5YN, England] 

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95-005935 Carballo ' ""' " Di ' Ci ' y ' Phill PP fnt!S l Tih ' Ml ^- 

CYANIDE, AMMO'NW^A'ND' NmJ^nH' a u n l j ' v ' Tarazoria - EFFECTS OF WATERBORNE COFTE 

SAPROLEGNIOSIS IN RAIN^w ?HnfJ?^?^ METERS AND CHANGES IN SUSCEITIBIMIV:. 

6H6):210B.2U2. 1995. FR 40(3) (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS). Appt. Environ. Af (f rrf: 

SpaLT Em * a T XiC01 " Cenl ' nvesf - Sa ^ad Anim., , ns ,. N.c. Invest. Agrarian E-201 30 Val^tn,^ M* 



Herbert Ortolan i^RSir7vl, ClaVl0 River Serrano; William A ' Sok; Ro S cr tW; My 
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Hea/rt PwpecL SuppA 103( 1 )Vl'm ^ 9S FR^^^^ APRIL 1 3 ' 16 ' 1993 ' SCON, ARIXONA. 

IColl. Pharm., Univ Ari 7 V ' 

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95-005940 Comhaire, Stefan; Ronny Blust; Luc Van Ginneken and Oscar L. ). Vanderborght. COBALT UPTAKE 
ACROSS THE GILLS OF THE COMMON CARP, CYPRiNUS CARPIO, AS A FUNCTION OF CALCIUM 
CONCENTRATION IN THE WATER OF ACCLIMATION AND EXPOSURE. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. C 
pharmacol. Toxicol. Endracrlnol. 1 09(1 ):63-76. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol., Univ. Antwerp (RUCA) Croenenborgerlaan 171, 2020 Antwerp, Belgium. !el:32.3,218.03.47; 
fax:32. 3.218.04.97) 

95-005941 Cooper, William E. RISKS OF ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANTS TO GREAT LAKES 
ECOSYSTEMS ARE OVERSTATED. Forum - Organochloiine Contaminants in the Great takes. 5. R. Carpenter, 
coordlnuor. Ecol. Appl. 5(2):293-298. 1995, FR 40(3} 

[Insl Environ. Toxicol., Mich. Slate Univ., East Lansing 48824| 

95-005942 Couilla'rd, Catherine M.; Benoit Legare; Jacques Bureau and Anne-Marie Prud'liomme. 
MACROSCOPIC AND RADIOGRAPHIC LESIONS IN MUMMICHOGS, FUNDUiUS HETEROCLIJUS, LIVING 
DOWNSTREAM FROM A BLEACHED KRAFT PULP MILL IN THE MIRAMICHI ESTUARY, NEW BRUNSWICK, 
CANADA, -Am. Fish. Soc,Annu. Meet. Abstr. No, 124. p. 129.1994. FR40(3) 

|Dep. Fish, & Oceans, Maurice Lamonlagne Inst., P.O. Box 1000, Mont-Joli, PQ, Canada G5H 324. 
tel:4 18-775-0681] 

95-005943 tie Wet, L. M.; H. J. Schoonbee; L. P. D. de Wet and A. J. B. Wild. BIOACCUMULATION OF 
METALS BY THE SOUTHERN MOUTHBROODER, PSEUDOCRENILABRUS PHILANDER (WEBER, 1 897) FROM 
A MINE-POLLUTED IMPOUNDMENT. Water SA (Pretoria) 20(2):11 9-126. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Schoonbee: Res. Unit. Aqua!. & Terrestrial Ecosysl,, Dep, Zool., Rand Afrikaans Univ., P.O. Box 524, 
Auckland Park 2006, Soulh Africa] 

95-005944 DiFranco, Jeanne and Barry Mower. FISH TISSUE CONTAMINATION IN THE STATE OF MAINE 
- REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (REMAP). Program Issue: 
Program and Abstracts, 14lh International Symposium, North American Lake Management Society, Orlando, 
Florida, October 31-November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, John R. Jones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. 
Sohaile, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):68-69. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Environ. Prot., State House Sin. 1 7, Augusta, ME 04333. tel:207-287-3901; fax:207-287-7826] 

35-005945 Dunier, Muriel; Christine Vergnel; Andrzej K. Siwicki and Viviane Verlliac. EFFECT OF LINDANE 
EXPOSURE ON RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) IMMUNITY: IV. PREVENTION OF 
NONSPECIFIC AND SPECIFIC IMMUNOSUPPRESSION BY DIETARY VITAMIN C 
(ASCQRBATE-2-POLYPHOSPHATE). Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf. 30{3):259-268. 1995. FR 40(3) 
|Lab. Toxicol. Metabol. & Ecotoxicol., INRA-ENVL, B.P. 83, 69260 Marcy I'Etoile, France] 

95-005946 Durham, William F. TOXICOLOGY OF INSECTICIDES, RODENTICIDES, HERBICIDES, AND 
FUNGICIDES. In: Handbook of Toxicology. Thomas /. Haley and William O. Berndt, editors, p. 364-383. 1 987. 
FR40(3) 

95-005947 Dulta, H. M.; J. S, D. Munslii; G. R. Dutla; N. K. Singh; S. Adlilkari and C. R. Rlchmonds. AGE 
RELATED DIFFERENCES IN THE INHIBITION OF BRAIN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE ACTIVITY OF 
HETeROPNEUSTES FOSSILIS (BLOCH) BY MALATHION. Comp. Blochcm. Physiol. A Physiol. 11 1(2):331-334. 
1995. FR 40(3) 

pep. Biol. Sci., Kent State Univ., Kent, OH 44242] 

95.00S948 Eisler, Ronald. SODIUM MONOFLUOROACETATE (1 080) HAZARDS TO FISH, WILDLIFE, AND 
INVERTEBRATES: A SYNOPTIC REVIEW. U.S. Nat/. Biol, Seiv, Biol. Rep. No. 27. 47p. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[U.S. Natl. Biol. Serv., Patuxenl Environ. Sci. Cent., Laurel, MD 20708] 

95-005949 Eisler, Ronald. RADIATION HAZARDS TO FISH, WILDLIFE, AND INVERTEBRATES: A SYNOPTIC 
REVIEW. U.S. Natl. Biol. Serv. Biol, Rep. No. 26. 124p. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[US. Natl, Biol. Serv., Patuxent Environ. Sci. Cent., Laurel, MD 20708] 

95-005950 EI-Enbaawy, Mona; Manal Adel; M. S. Marzouk and A. A. Salem. THE EFFECTS OF ACUTE AND 
CHRONIC AFLATOXICOSIS ON THE IMMUNE FUNCTIONS OF OREOCHROMIS NILOTICUS IN EGYPT. Vet. 
Mad. J. Ciza 42(3):47-52. 1 994, FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Microbiol. Fac. Vet. Mod., Cairo Univ,, Egypt] 

95-005951 Flemming, J.; J. Podhorny; A. Schroeder; H. Ralimann and R. Triebskorn. QUANTITATIVE 
EVALUATIONOF SWIMMING BEHAVIOUR OF RAINBOWTROUT{ONCORHVNCHUSMWC/SS) AND ZEBRA 
FtSH (BRACHYDANIO RBRIO) HATCHLINGS AFTER INTOXICATION WITH ORGANIC POLLUTANTS. Verh. 
Dlsch, Zool. Ges. No, 87.1. p. 240. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Zool., Univ. Hohenlieim, Garbenstr. 30, 70593 Sluttgart, Germany] 

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15-005964 Huang, Z. C; R, W. Fujimura; B, J. Rnlayson and C, N. Alpers. TOXICITY AND METAL CONTENT 
3F RESERVOIR SEDIMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH AN ABANDONED COPPER-ZINC MINE. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. 
4eel. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 97, 1 994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Fish & Game, Aquat. Toxicol. Lab., 9300 Elk Grove Florin Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95624. tel:91 6-685-1 880] 
Incarhynchus mykiss in California. 

'5-005965 Hussein, Yehia A,; Abd EI-Huseib; A. Faied and Ibrahein M. EI-Ashmawy. SOME EFFECTS OF 
MTRYNE (CESAPAX-500 FW) ON SOME BLOOD PARAMETERS IN COMMON CARP (CYPR1NUS 
~ARPfO). Vet. Med. I- C/za 42(2):69-73. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

'5-005966 Hwang, P. P.; S, W. Lin and H. C. Lin. DIFFERENTSENSITIVITIES TO CADMIUM IN TILAPIA LARVAE 
3KOCHROM/SMO55AMB/CUS;TELOSTEI).,4rc/i. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 29(l):1-7. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Inst. Zool, Acad. Sinica, Nankang, Taipei, Taiwan 1 1 529] 

5.005967 Iger, Y,; P, H. M. Balm and S. E. Wendelaar Bonga. CELLULAR RESPONSES OF THE SKIN AND 

:HANGES IN PLASMA CORTISOL LEVELS OF TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) EXPOSED TO ACIDIFIED 

VATER. Cell Tissue Res. 278(3):535-542. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Wendelaar Bonga: Dep. Anim. Physiol., Fac. Set, Univ. Nijmegen, NL-6525 ED Nijrnegen, Netlierlands] 

5-005968 Jackson, Leland J. and Stephen R. Carpenter. PCB CONCENTRATIONS OF LAKE MICHIGAN 
^VERTEBRATES: RECONSTRUCTION BASED ON PCB CONCENTRATIONS OF ALEWIVES (ALOSA 
SEUDOHARENCUS) AND THEIR BIOENERGETICS. /. Ci. Lakes Res. 2 1 {1 ):1 1 2-1 20. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
jCent. Limnol., Univ. Wis., 680 N. Park St., Madison 53706] 

5-005969 James, R. and K. Sampath. SUBLETHAL EFFECTS OF MIXTURES OF COPPER AND AMMONIA 
)N SELECTED BIOCHEMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN THE CATFISH HETEROPNEUSTBS 
OSS1US (BLOCH). Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 55(2):1 87-1 94. 1 995, FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Zool., V.O. Chidambaram Coll., Tullcorin-628 008, Tamil Nadu, India] 

5-005970 James, Raja; Kuncliitham Sampath and Srinivasan Alaguralhlnam. ACCUMULATION AND 
REDICTION OF LEAD ELIMINATION IN QREOCHROMIS MOSSAMHICUS AS A FUNCTION OF BODY SIZE. 
,c(a Hydrabiol. 36(1 ):1 15-124. 1994. In English with Polish summ. FR 40(3) 
[V.O. Chidambaram Coll., Dep. Zool., Tuticorin-62fl 008, Tamil Nadu, India] 

5-005971 Jedamski-Grymlas, Jurgen; Ulrike Kammann; Anelte Tempclmann; Ludwig Karbe and Dietrich 
iebers. BIOCHEMICAL RESPONSES AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS IN BREAMS (ABRAMIS 
RAMA L.) CAUGHT IN THE RIVER ELBE. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf, 31 (1 ):49-56. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Univ. Hamburg, Inst. Hydrobiol. & Fischereiwiss. (IHF), Elbelabor, Grosse Elbstrasse 268, 22767 Hamburg, 
iermnny] 

5.005972 Jezierska, B. and B. Bartnicka. THE EFFECT OF pH ON EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT OF CARP 
ZYPRINUS CARPIO L), The Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsorcd Symposium, Held in 
udapesf, Hungaty, 6-9 September! 993. R.Billard and C. A. E. Gall, editors. Aquacultwe 129(1-4):1 33-1 34. 1995. 
Lbstract only. FR 40(3} 

[Dep. Anim. Physiol., WSR-P, ul. Prusa 1 2, 08-1 1 Siedlce, Poland] 

5-005973 Kayal, S. and D. W. Connell. POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN BIOTA FROM THE 
RISBANE RIVER ESTUARY, AUSTRALIA. Estuarfne Coastal Shelf Sci. 40(5):475-493. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Ind. & Environ. Affairs Dep., Saudi Aramco, Dhahran 3 1 3 1 1 , Saudi Arabia] Mug// cep/ia/us, Nematalosa come, 
nd Arius graeffel. 

5-005974 Keddy, Caihy J.; Joseph C. Greene and Mark A. Ifonnell. REVIEW OF WHOLE-ORGANISM 
IOASSAYS: .SOIL, FRESHWATER SEDIMENT, AND FRESHWATER ASSESSMENT IN CANADA. Ecotoxicol. 
nviron, Saf. 30(3):221-251. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[RR 1, Carlelon Place, ON, Canada K7C 3P1 ] Oncorhynchus mykiss and Pimephsles pmmelas. 

5-005975 Kelly, A. G. and D. Campbell. PERSISTENT ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANTS IN FISH AND 
HELLFISH FROM SCOTTISH WATERS. Scott. Fish. Res. Rep. No. 54. 26p. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Mar. Lab., P.O. Box 101, Victoria Rd., Terry, Aberdeen AB9 BOB, Scotland) Data for 12 species. 

5-005976 Kennicult, Mahlon C. II; Susanne J, McDonald; Jose L Sericano; Paul Boothe; John Oliver; Stephen 
afe; B. J. Presley; Hong Liu; Douglas Wolfe; Terry L, Wade; Alan Crockett and Dan Bockus. HUMAN 
iONTAMINATION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT - ARTHUR HARBOR AND McMURDO SOUND, 
ANTARCTICA. Environ. Sci. & Techno/. 29{5}:1 279-1 287. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

EGeochem. & Environ. Res. Group, Tex. A&M Univ., 833 Graham Rd., College Station 77845. 
-mail:mck2@gerga,lamu.edu] 

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.pXICOLOGY; BIOASSAYS (Continued) 

-005990 Marzouk, M. S. M,; A. A. Manal and A. A, Shaheen, SOME INVESTIGATIONS ON AFLATOXICOSIS 
^J CULTURED COMMON CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO L). Vet. Med I. Ciza 42(1 )A:1 69-1 74. 1994. FR 40(3) 
' jFac. Vel. Med., Cairo Univ., Cairo, Egypt] 

,,5-005991 Matliieson, Scot and Donald S. McUisky. INTER-SPECIES VARIATION OF MERCURY IN SKELETAL 

MUSCLE OF FIVE FISH SPECIES FROM INSHORE WATERS OF THE FIRTH OF CLYDE, SCOTLAND. Mar. poiim 

tfliiii. 30(4): 283-286. 1995. FR 40(3} 

p [Aqual. Environ. Branch, Scottish Nat, HeriL, 2 Anderson PI., Edinburgh EH(i 5NP, Scotland] Zoarces viviparus, 
Aj?onus caiaphractus, Limanda limanda, I'leuronecles plalessa, and Hippoglossoidos pfatessoi'des. 

,,5-005992 Mendola, Pauline; Germaine M. Buck; John E. Vena; Maria Zielezny and Lowell E. Sever. 
CONSUMPTION OF PCB-CONTAMINATED SPORT FISH AND RISK OF SPONTANEOUS FETAL DEATH. 
ffiviron. Health Perspect. 103(5):498-502. 1995. FR 40(3) 
f [Dep. Social & Preventive Med., Farber Hall 270, SUNY, Buffalo, 14214] 

jr)5-GQ5993 Monod, Jean-Louis; Patrick M, Arnaud and Andre Arnoux. PCB CONGENERS IN THE MARINE 
0IOTA OF SAINT PAUL AND AMSTERDAM ISLANDS, SOUTHERN INDIAN OCEAN. Mar. Pollut. Butt. 
?0(4):2 72-274. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Lab. Hydro!. & Molysmol. Aquat., Fac. Pharm,, 13385 Marseille Cedex 5, France) Polyprion oxygeneios. 

5-005994 Mulwich, Ann G.; Raymond T. Jones; Andrew S. Kane; Robert S. Anderson and Renate 
izeimscheussel EFFECTS OF CHRONIC COPPER EXPOSURE ON THE MACROPHAGE CHEMILUMINESCENT 

RESPONSE AND GILL HISTOLOGY IN GOLDFISH (CARASSIUS AURAJUS L.). Rah & shellfish immunoi. 

5 H):251-2&4, 1995. FR 40(3) 

||ones: Dep. Palhol., Univ. Md. Scliool Med,, 105. Pine St., Baltimore 21201 ] 

5-OQ5995 Munkittfick, Kelly R.; B. Blunt; M. R. Servos and M. Leggett. DEVELOPMENT OF A SEDIMENT 
TOXICITY TEST FOR DETERMINING THE UNAVAILABILITY AND EFFECTS OF PAHs ON FISH. Am. Fish. Soc. 
nir. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 131. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
(Great Lakes Lab., Flsli. & Aquat. Sci., Dep. Fish. & Oceans, 867 Lakeshore Rcl., Burlington, ON, Canada I7R 



95-005996 Murphy, Dierdre L PESTICIDE MONITORING IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY WATERSHED. New 
Corrections in Pesticide Research, Development, Management, and Policy: Proceedings of the Fourth National 
Conference on Pesticides, November 1-3, 1993. Diana L Weigmann, editor. p. 30-43. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Environ., 2500 Broening Hwy., Baltimore, MD 21225. tel:410-631-390G| 

95-005997 Myers, M. S.; L. L. Johnson; O. P. Olson; C. M. Stehr; B. B. McCain; S. L. Chan and U. Varanasi. 
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TOXICOPATHIC HEPATIC LESIONS AND EXPOSURE TO CHEMICAL 
CONTAMINANTS IN MARINE BOTTOMFISH SPECIES FROM THE NORTHEAST AND PACIFIC COASTS OF 
THE UNITED STATES. Am. fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 124, p. 60. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Environ. Conserv. Div., Northwest Fish. Sci. Cent,, NMFS, NOAA, 2725 Montlakc Blvd. E., Seallle, WA 981 1 2. 
te l:206-860-3200| Pleuronectes vctulus, P. americanus, P/aricbt/iys stellatus, and Genyoncmus i/neatus. 

95-00599S Nagpal,NarendorK.DEVELOPMENTOF WATER QUALITY AND SEDIMENTCRITERIAFORPAHs 
TO PROTECT AQUATIC LIFE. High Performance Fish: Proceedings ofan International Fish Physiology Symposium 
Held al the University o( British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, Inly 16-21 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor. 
p, 193498. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Waler Quality Branch, Environ. Prot, Dep,, BC Minis!. Environ., Lands & Parks, 765 Broughton St., Victoria, 
BC, Canada V8V 1X4. lel:604-387-9507; fax:604-356-02981 

35-005999 Niemela, Scott L. and M. S. Grecley, Jr. THE EFFECTS OF BLEACHED KRAFT MILL EFFLUENT 
(BKME) ON EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT IN FISH. Am. Fish, Sac. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 125-126. 
1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Environ. Sci. Div,, ORNL, Oak Ridge, TN 37031. lel:615-574-7335; e-mail:fla@ornl.Bov.] Miaoplerus 
sa/moides and Lepomis aor/iiis in Virginia and Tennessee, and Qryzias /a(/pes. 

QS-006000 Nordln, Rick; Kevin Rleberger and Colin McKean. AN EVALUATION OF MOLECULAR 
INDICATORS OF METALSTRESS (MIMS) AS ATECHNIQUE OF DETECTING SUB-LETHAL EFFECTS OF METALS 
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA FRESHWATER FISH. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an fntematibnaf Fish 
Physiology Symposium Held al the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-21, 7994. Don 
D, MacKlnlay, editor, p. 217-222. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Water Quality Branch, British Columbia Mlnist. Environ,, 765 Broughton St. Victoria, BC, Canada V8V 1X5. 
tel;604-387-9517; fax:604-356-8298; e-mail:rnordin@water.env.EOv.bc.ca] Oncor/iynchus nerfca, O. myklss, O. 
/, Safve/inus fonlina/is, and S, ma/ma. 



95-006001 Olsson, Anders and Ake Bergman. A NEW PERSISTENT CONTAMINANT DETECTED IN BALTIC 
WILDLIFE: BIS(4-CHLOROPHENYL) SULFONE. Amblo 24(2}:1 1 9-1 23. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Environ. Chem., Wallenberg Lab., Stockholm Univ., S-106 91 Stockholm, Sweden] Perca (luvistilis. 

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Gdynia, I>oland| ' Iron - rotJnst - Ocean 8r. Univ. Gdansk, AI.MarszalfeaPJlsudsfcit-go-lfc&l-r 

95-006003 Qulmi Y A c i j 

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IK 006015 Silva, Patricio; Melissa Taylor; Ricliard Solomon; Kalherinc Spokes and Franklin H, Epstein. EFFKr 
OF MERCURIC CHLORIDE ON TRANSPORT IN THE RECTAL GLAND OF SQUALUS ACANTHIAS, thill M , 
Oescrt Is!. Bid tab. Vol. 34. p. 51-52. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Med., Harvard Med. School & New England Deaconess Hospital & )oslin Diabetes Cent., Boston, MA 
022151 

95 006016 Singer, M. M.; S. George and R. S. Tjeerdema. RELATIONSHIP OF SOME PHYSICAL PROPCRTII s 
OF OIL DISPERSANTS AND THEIR TOXICITY TO MARINE ORGANISMS. Arch. Environ. Contain. Toxinjl 
29(1}:33-38. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Cliem. & Blochcm, & Inst. Mar. Sci., Univ. Calif., Santa Cruz 950M] Athcrinops affinis. 

9SQ06017 Singh, N. N. and A, K. Srivastava. FORMOTHION AND PKOPOXUK INDUCED ALTERNATK >NS 
IN BIOCHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS OF CATPISM, HETERQIWEUSTES FOSSILIS. Tmicol. Environ. ('h,;n 
48(3-4):149-153. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Zool., Kamla Nehru Insl. Physical & Social Sci., Sullanpur-22 118, U.I'., India) 



95.006018 Singleton, Howard J. ENVIRONMENTAL CRITERIA FOR DIOXINS AND FURANS TO 
AQUATIC LIFE. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of .in International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at tt. 
University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, July 16-21, /9<M. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. I'MKttM. 
1 954. FR 40(3) 

[Water Quality Branch, Environ. Prot. Dcp., British Columbia Minisl, Environ., Lands & Parks, 765 Uroiijildi n\ 
S.I, Victoria, DC Canada VflV 1X4. tcl:604-387-9512; fax:6(M-3SG-a29H; e-mail:li5lniilctwalor.env.Bov.lir.<'.i| 

95-006019 Sleklerink, H, M.; I. Ooslingli; A. Goksoyr and J. P. Boon. SENSITIVITY OF CYTOCHROMli l'4'iti 
1A INDUCTION IN DAB (LIMANDA UMANDA) OF DIFFERENT AGE AND SEX AS A BIOMARKER I ( )K 
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS IN THE SOUTHERN NORTH SEA. Arch. Environ. Contain, Tnxinil 
28(4):423-430. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Netherlands Inst. Sea Res. (NIOZ), P.O. Box 59, 1 790 AH Den Burn, Txl, Niilliurlands) 

95-006020 Smith, I. R. and D. A, Rokosh. LIVER NEOI'LASIA IN GREAT LAKES WHITE SUCWHS 
CATOSTOMUS COMMERSONI. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Wool. Abslr. No. 124. |>. 6 I'M. 1994. Fit 40(3) 

[Ontario Minisl. Environ, & Energy, -10 Si. Clair Avn. W., 14lh Floor, Toronto, ON, Canada M4V IM,' 
lel:4 1 6-3 14-7996] 

95-006021 Stay, F. S. and A. W. Jnrvlnnn. USE OF MICROCOSM AND FISH TOXICITY DATA TO Slit I i | 
MESOCOSM TREATMENT CONCENTRATIONS. /Vdi, Environ. Contam. Tox/co/, 2l){4);45l-4. r ii). ID'J.I.FR .!( l\ 

[U.S. Environ. Prol. Agency Environ. Res. Lab., 6201 Coiifidon Dlvd,, Dululh, MN 
and Pimcphales promo/as. 



95-006022 Stow, Craig A,; Stephen R. Carponlur; Lisa A. El)y; ]<nm>s F. Amrlusin and Roliorl 

EVIDENCE THAT PCBs ARE APPROACHING STABLE CONCENTRATIONS IN LAKE MICHIGAN FISI IKS. it > >t 

Appl. 5(I}:24B-260. 1995. FR -10(3) 

[Cent. Limnol., Univ. Wis., Madison 5370fi| Snlvullntis namayatsh, Ont'.orhynchtis tnykiss, O. (s/iav^ylsc/n. f > 
kisutch, Salmo irulta, Atosa /wei/(/o/iarenj>Hs, and Corofjo/nu hoyl. 

95-006023 Suzuki, Torn; Hlroakl Komacla; Rikuo Takul; Kuljl Aril and Tsimeo T. Ko/lina. RELATION HHWI I W 
TOXICITYOFCRYOPROTECTANTI3MSO AND ITS CONCENTRATION IN SEVERAL FISH EMBRY( )S. li-.li >* 
61{2):193-197. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Dep. Food Sci. & TuclinoL, Tokyo Univ. Fisli,, Konan, Minnio, Tokyo I OH, )apiin| C.yprliws I'.UCM 
Oncor/iync/iifs mykiss t Austromenklln bonaritinsis and C J/y/tas latlntm. 

95'00602'1 Svobodova, Z,; IJ. Vykusova; ]. Madiova and V. Pi.irka. EVALUATION OF THE CONTENI I U 
POLLUTANTS IN MARKET CARP FROM PONDS OF THE CZECH REI'UHLIC. T/iu Cnr/j. Pnmmlttw ut rfn- 
Second Aiiuacultutc-Sponsorcd Symposium, llckl in Dutlapcst, I htnuary, 6-9 Stipiambur IWM. R. Rillanl atitt* 
A.F.Ca//,e(//tors./\(;Hacu/l(if(!l29(1"1):341-:J'l2. 1995. Alislr.Kl only. FR 4U(3) 
(Res. Insl. Fish Cull. & Hydroblol., Vodnany, Czocli Republic) Cyprlnus carplo. 

95-006025 Svobodova, 2.; J. Machova and R. Faina. TOXIC GILL NECROSIS IN CARP. T/ie Carp. l>i(H:ft'tt'K* 
at the Second Aquscultwc-Sponsared Symposium Jk'ld in llwfapMtJIttnttW^ WM.Attuat'itfatii* 

129(H};438-439. 1995. AbslMCt only. FR 40(3) 
[Res, Inst. Fish Cull. & Hydroblol,, 3fl'J 2S7 Vodniiny, Czech Ropiiblkl fyptlmn carplo. 

95-006026 Szegletcs, T.; Cs. Polylios; T. Ballnl; A. A. Rady; G. Lang; O. Kufcsak and J. Nemcsok. W WV* 
EFFECTS OF DELTAMETHRIN ON SOME BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF CARP (CY/WNU5 CARPIO t 1 
fnwroit. Monit, Assess. 35(2):97-1 1 1 . 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. liiochcm., Alllla Jozsof Univ., P.O. Box 533, M-6701, Szeged, Hungary] 

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" AOTVI7Y S DUT B |0^ r^S C S'r CHANGES CAUSED BV MElHIDrn 

fl/bcftem. PW. 52(1):71 79 1995 F R^3) OFCARP(CWWNUS GW/OLJ AW 

^ |Dep. Biochen, A ,ila Jozsef Univ, Kozep fasor 52., H-6726 Szeged, Hungary] 

oSuNE T R^ONS n ES OF RAINBOW* TROUT ^i? - ^^ ^^^ DRILLINO 

[Secombes; Dep Zool Univ Ah!2 TK 1 I &IW J ' C n ' am ' T X/C A a9 l'|r27-.12, 
95 00602 ' ^^ SC " andl 0ncorf V d "V 

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KIUIFISH: CO ^{^0^1^X1^ ^'Mn i iTvr A , CCUMULATION OF inP ' ^RATl IIQN rtMHA 
fnc/ocr/no/. 1 1 1 (ill 9 22 1995 VR 40(3) IXED PESTICIDES ' C^P- 8ioc/ie/n. /^W. C ^ -.- 

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HEALTH ASPECTS F E METAIS 
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|Mar. Chem Nail Inti r |3 J3. r-K 40(jj 

Box 20907, NL-2500 EX Th'e l^e, NffiiUSj 8 "" MiniSt ' TranSp rt ' Publlc WofJts & Walw 

ROPHENfSvS ' N t AKE SEDIME NTS AND FISH AF1ER AfiRO.'- 
Emfrnl S , ? em ip/iere 30(8):1439-H51 . 1995. FR 40|^) 
a^ Ktioplo, Finlandl Box /, K ^ PL rVl: 

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OLLUTION WITH CHLOROPHENfv ' N t AKE SEDIME NTS AND FIS 

INall. Public Health Inst Div Emfrnl S , ? em ip/iere 30(8):1439-H51 . 1995. 
OCe P^^^Mb;^a^ Ktioplo, Finlandl 

95-006037 i( KQstaflon /uaoperca Jn Finland. 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

TOXICOLOGY; BIOASSAYS (Conlinued) 

95-006039 Watanabe, Tomoharu; Hitoshi Ida and Munehico Iwata. SERUM ION REGULATION IN PACIFIC 
SALMON EXPOSED TO SHORT TERM ACIDWATER STRESS DURING SEAWARD MIGRATORY AND POST 
MIGRATORY SEASONS. Fish. Sci. 61(2):3S3-354. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Iwata: School Fish. Sci., Kilasalo Univ., Sanriku, Iwale 022-01, Japan] Oncorhyncbus mykiss, O. nerka, O. 
ftefa, and 0. masou. 

95-006040 Wayusuvvanwii, Termpong and Hiroshi Kawatsu. HISTOPATHOLOGICAL CHANGES OF THE 
GILLS INDUCED BY A GROUP OF AMPHOTERIC SURFACTANTS IN THE COMMON CARP. Fish. Sci 
61(2):305-308.1995.FR40{3) 

(Div. Fish Pallio!., Fac. Agric., Miyazaki Univ., Gakuen-Kibanadai, Miyazaki 889-21, Japan] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-006041 Weeks-Perkins, Beverly Anne. RECENT ADVANCES IN THE ASSESSMENT OF 
ENVIRONMENTALLY INDUCED IMMUNE SYSTEM DYSFUNCTIONS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr No 
124. p. 59-60. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[School Mar. Sci., Va. Insl. Mar. Sci., Gloucester Poinl 23062. tel:804-642-7343] 

95-006042 Weigmann, Diana L, editor. NEW DIRECTIONS IN PESTICIDE RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, 
MANAGEMENT, AND POLICY: PROCEEDINGS OFTHE FOURTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PESTICIDES, 
NOVEMBER 1-3, 1993. Va. Water Resour. Res. Cent. 852p. 1994. Available at $45.00 from Publ. Serv., Water 
Resour. Res, Cent., 617 N. Main St., Blacksburg, VA 24060-3397. FR40(3) 

|Water Resour. Res. Cent., VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24060] Selected papers indexed in ihis issue of Fisheries 
Review. 

95-006043 Wirgin, Isaac; Cheryl Grunwald and Simon Courlenay. EFFECTS OF BIOLOGICAL FACTORS ON 
CYP1 A mRNA INDUCIBILITY IN ATLANTIC TOMCOD AND OTHER SPECIES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. 
No. 124. p. 130-131. 1994. FR40[3) 

[Insl. Environ. Med, N.Y. Univ. Med, Cent., Tuxedo 10987. tel:91 4-351-4539] Microgadus tomcod in New 
York and Canada. 

95-006044 Witeska, Malgorzata; Barbara Jezierska and Jerzy Cliaber. THE INFLUENCE OF CADMIUM ON 
COMMON CARP EMBRYOS AND LARVAE. The Carp. Proceedings of the Second Aquaculture-Sponsored 
Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 1993. R. Billard and G. A. E. Call, editors. Aquacultute 
129(1-4):129-132. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep, Anim. Physiol., WSRP, Ul. Prusa 1 2, 001 10 Siedlce, Poland] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-006045 Zahn, T.; C. Hauck and T. Braunbeck. [RESPONSES OF PERMANENT CELL LINES FROM 
RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) AS CYTOLOGICAL BIOMARKERS OF EFFECTS OF 
(ECOVTOXICOLOGICAL SUBSTANCES,] Verb. Dtsch. Zoo/. Gej. No. 87.1. p. 290. 1994. In German. FR 40(3) 
[Zool. I, Im Neuenheimer Feld 230, D-69120 Heidelberg, Germany] 

95-006046 Zaidi, J. H,; I. H. Qureshi; M. Arif and I. Fatima. TRACE ELEMENTS DETERMINATION IN SOME 
SPECIES OF FISH COMMONLY CONSUMED IN PAKISTAN. Inl I. Environ. Anal. C/iem. 60(1 ):1 5-22. 1995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Nuclear Chem. Div., Pakistan Inst. Nuclear Sci. & Teclinol., P.O. Nllore, Islamabad, Pakistan] Barbus putitota, 
Labeo rohita, L. ca/oasu, Mastacembe/us armalus, and Tenualosa Ulsha. 

95-006047 Zidar, B.; B. Kampl; E. Srcbocan and Z. Kozaric. [INFLUENCE OF DURATION OF EXPOSITION 
TO METOXYETHYLMERCURY ACETATE ON THE PROPORTION OF GREAT AND SMALL LYMPHOCYTES IN 
BLOOD OF CARPS {CYPRINUS O\RP/O).| Dtsch. Tieraerztl. Wochenschr. 101(1 1):444-446. 1994. In German 
with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Kampl: Anst. Palhophysiol. Veterinaermod. Fak. Zagreb, 41000 Zagreb, Heinzelova 55, Croatia] 

RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT-GENERAL 

95-006048 Aas, Oystein. CONSTRAINTS TO LEISURE FISHING AND EFFECT OF MANAGEMENT ACTIONS 
TO INCREASE PEOPLE'S FISHING PARTICIPATION AMONG DIFFERENT INTEREST/PARTICIPATION 
GROUPS IN HARSTAD, NORWAY. T/ie Fifth International Symposium on Society and Resource Management: 
Creating Research, Education, and Management Partnerships Among Natural Resource Professionals, Colorado 
State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, lune 7-W, 1994. Book of Abstracts, lennifer Pale, coordinator, p. 98. 1994. 
FR 40(3) 

[East. Norway Res. Inst., P.O. Box 1066 Skurva, N-2600 Llllehammer, Norway) 

95-006049 Alkire, Carolyn. WILD SALMON AS NATURAL CAPITAL. The Fifth International Symposium on 
Society and Resource Management: Creating Research, Education, and Management Partnerships Among Natural 
Resource Professionals, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, lune 7-W, 1994. Book of Abstracts. 
fenntfet Pale, coordinator, p. 306. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Witderness Soc., 900 Seventeenth St., N.W., Washington, DC 20006-2596] 

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(Natl. Biol. Surv., Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res. Unil, P.O. Drawer BX, Mississippi Slate, MS 197&2] 

?M H T TER FISH AND THEIR CONSERVATION IN I'OKIUCM. 
** - Based on a WW, 0;J at On Sin! 



- WORKFORCE DIVERSITY IN NATURAL RESOURCES. fl,r fiflh L-^v 
"^^"^"iw^Creat/ng Reseat f^catfwvwdM^flpmprtrA^ 
e Prafa ?' ona ' s ' Co/orado Stale Un/wwfty, fort Coffins, Cotorwft* June Mfc ?S>- 
Jennifer Pa(e, coordinator, p. 1 48. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[U.5. Fish & Wildl. Serv.-MAT, 1 205 Oakridge Dr., Suite 300, Fort Collins, CO 80525.5S96| 

11 !' BmC c e ' KEYN OTE ADDRESS: WILD TROUT IN THE 21st CENTURY. \\W T,c^ 
. Hamre, ed/(ors. p. 3-6. 1 994. FR 40(3) 



'. George J. AQUATIC RESOURCES EDUCATION: MORE DIVERSITY, 
ram and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North American inktfM.inj^tvihv.'! 
cioberS /-Novembers, J994. Roger W. Bachmann, John R. Jones, Rolml 1 1. Pttmn 
Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):53. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Uep. Environ. Prol., Fish. Div., 79 Elm St., Hartford, CT 06106-5127] 



)Dhn R ' )ones ; Robert H - Pelers and Davtd M. Suhall, . 

LAKE MANAFW ??n A rS A ? S ' Mllt ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM, NllKTU A-Vtt 
MaLe 9m-n^^of ? E Vl, RWND0 ' FLORIDA ' OCTOBER 31-NOVEMtiEll fl, 1)94. 

27 Alachu, F 1AM ?ot', AVa ' S' 6 at $5 ' ( P a P er ) from N - Am - Lake Ma ' ia 8e. Sec, UMH ll.j 
^/, iacnua l-L 3661 5-9536. lel:904-462-2S54. FR 40(3) 

iun.v. Fla., Gainesville 3260 1 ] Selected abstrac.s indexed in this issue of Hd )W tar Kfvhw. 
COMMON PROPF R STnr a A n t d c A ! 1 T l h0n) : Davis ' COMMON IN CUSTOM, UNCOMM* )N IN A 

toSK^;^^^^^^^ 

lAuburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36830] '.- 

7 iSfuSn 81 !? 6 and R ' H ' Hamre ' editors - WILD TROUT V: WII.I) 1HOUT IN T-l 

^ 

' (P3per) fr m COOp ' Flsh Res ' Unil ' Huml)oW ' Sl '"* ! UnSv - >;;l 



95521. 

this &A^K^ mboldl Slate Univ - A ^ta, CA 95521 ] Selected papers .mil . 

Southed f&oSroc ^ "j chae '^ Ta V |or - THEAUBUR NUNIVERSITYMUSnUM PIS1 1(:OUEO 
[T^ane Univ. Mu, Na. Hist/BdleChasi'u 70037 4 ] 0(3) 

AN^CONSERVATION' ^ T F^ N ? ER ? ANDINC HUMAN VALUES IMPACTS IN FISHERIES MAN AW 

|Dap. Fl,h ft wwT" 7'An ^"'^ Abstr ' N ' 124 ' P" 160 ' 1994 ' FR "' :i 
e-mai1:hillm9rainbow.dfw.or'ov yn St " Clacka mas, OR 970 in. ich!0)-&Src 



--... vu,,. mi 100 )F INLAND WATERS: EFFECTS ON THE 

[Tech. Univ. Dresden Fachrh. w German wilh E ^ ]sh SLJmm - FR ' I0 1- 1 > 

en, Fachncht. WassP rw,> con , , nst . Hy drobiol, D-01062 D.esclen, Clrrmjny] 



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J5-006062 Bianco, Pier Giorgio. MEDITERRANEAN ENDEMIC FRESHWATER FISHES OF ITALY, Special Is 
Endemic Freshwater Fishes of the Northern Mediterranean Region - Based on a Workshop at ihe Biological Sta 
jfTour du Valat, Camargue Area, France, 28 January to 1 February, 7993. Alain I. Crivelli and Peler 5. Maitl, 
editors. Bio!. Comcrv. 72(2):1 59-1 70. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Dip. Zool., Via Mezzocannone 8, 801 34 Napoli, Italy! Data for 71 species. 

35-006063 Biber-Klemm, S. LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE CONSERVATION OF ENDEMIC FRESHWATER F 
iN THE NORTHERN MEDITERRANEAN REGION. Spec/a/ Issue: Endemic Freshwater Fishes of the WorlJ 
Mediterranean Region - Based on a Workshop al the Biological Station of Tour du Vatal, Camargue Area, Fra 
28 lanuary to I February, 1 993. Alain I. Crivelli and Peter S. Maitland, editors. Biol. Conserv. 72(2):32 1-334. 1! 
FR 40(3) 

[Bur. Naicons, Steinegraben 2, 4051 Basel, Switzerland! 

35-006064 Bolster, Betsy C; Tim Coonan and Edwin P. Pister. COTTONBALL MARSH PUPFISH. In: Lif, 
ihe Edge: A Guide to California's Endangered Natural Resources: Wildlife. Carl C. Thelander and Margo Crab 
editors.?. 386-387. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

jDep. Fish & Came, 1 701 Nimbus Rd., Suite C, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670| Cyprinodon salinus miller 

135-006065 Bosworth, Robert G. INTEGRATING SOCIAL SCIENCE WITH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT: 
CASE OF THE SUBSISTENCE STUDIES PROGRAM IN THE ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME. 
fifth International Symposium on Society and Resource Management: Creating Research, Education, 
Management Partnerships Among Natural Resource Professionals, Colorado State University, Fort Co 
Colorado, lune 7-fO, 1 994. Book of Abstracts, lennifer Pale, coordinator, p. 5-6. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Fish & Game, Div. Subsistence, Box 25526, Juneau, AK 99802} 

95-006066 Boydstun, L B. ROLE OF THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME IN 
MANAGEMENT OF THE ANADROMOUS FISHERY RESOURCES OF THE KLAMATH BASIN. Kiamath I 
Fisheries Symposium: Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Eureka, California, 23-24 March i 994. Thomas I. Ha: 
editor, p. 148-151.1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish & Game, 1416 Ninth St., Sacramento, CA 95814) Oncor/ij/nc/n/s kisutch, O. mykiss, am 
Isriawytsc/ia. 

95-006067 Branlon, Robert and Slephen J. Smith. OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAM BASED SYSTEMS 
FISHERIES DATABASES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 80. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Mar, Fish Div., Dep. Fish. & Oceans, P.O. Box 1006, Dartmouth, NS, Canada B2Y 4A2. tel:902-426-3 
e-mail:s_smth@bionet.blo.dfo.ca] 

95-006068 Breton, Yvan; Clara Benazera; Steve Plante and Julie Cavanagh. ECONOMICS CR 
DEMOCRATIZATION AND SMALL-SCALE FISHERIES IN SOUTHEAST BRAZIL: THE REDEFINITION OF 
COLONIAS.Mm. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet.Abslr. No. 124. p. 119. 1994. FR 40(3) 
|Dep. Anthropo!., Univ. Laval, Quebec, PQ, Canada G1K 7P4. tel:41 8-656-5867] 

95-006069 Brouha, Paul. WILD TROUT: THE RESULT OF SUCCESSFUL ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT. 
Trout V: Wild Trout in the 2 1st Century, a Symposium Held at Yellowstone National Park, September 26-27, 1 
Roger Barnhart, BUI Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p. 7-19. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Am. Fish. Soc., Bethesda, MD] 

95-006070 Brown, P. S. and J. P. Daily. EMMELINE MOORE AND THE BIOLOGICAL SURVEYS OF f 
YORK WATERSHEDS. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference III, April 13-Apr, 
)994. Gordon C. Tucker, editor, p. 14-15. 1994. FR 40(3) , 

[Biol. Dep., Siena Coll., Loudonville, NY 1221 1 ] . 

95-006071 Burke, Vincent J. HUMAN NATURE AND PEER REVIEW: AN ARGUMENT FOR ANONYA 
Herpetol. Rev. 25(4):1 57-1 58. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Savannah River Ecol. Lab., Drawer E, Aiken, SC 29802] 

95-006072 Camphuysen, C. ].; Henk ]. L Heessen and Chris J. N. Winter. DISTANT FEEDING , 
ASSOCIATIONS WITH CETACEANS OF GANNETS MORUS BASSANUS FROM THE BASS ROCK, MAY 1 
Seabird No. 1 7. p. 36-43. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Netherlands Insl. Sea Res., P.O. Box 59, 1 790 AB Den Burg, Texel, Netherlands] Clupea narengus and Spi 
sprattus in the North Sea, 

95-006073 Chabanel, P.; V, Dufour and R. Galzin. DISTURBANCE IMPACT ON REEF FISH COMMUN 
IN REUNION ISLAND (INDIAN OCEAN). /. Exp, Mar, Biol. Ecol. 1 88(1 ):29-48. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Univ. Reunion, Lab. Ecol. Mar., B.P. 71 51 , 1 5 Ave. Rene Cassin, 9771 5 St Denis Messag Cedex, La Reu 
France) Data for 32 species. ' 

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Pep. finance * Manage. Sci,, Sain, Mary's Univ., Halifax, NS, Canada. .01:902-420-57321 

^ 5 to vS!^ 

Heart/, 2(2):99-l09.1993 J^J" 10 ^ ' w Av ax ,27 (o 3, May 1991. M. tav, e^.M^^ 
[R.R.4,Piclon,ON,CanadaKOK2TOj 

0^ ANGLER DIARIES TO EXAMINU, 

1995. FR 40(3) KECALL N MAIL QUESTIONNAIRES. Trans. Am. Mi Soc. 12-1(3J 4\h 

|Hu m an Dimensions Res. Uni,, Dep. Nat . Resour, Cornell Univ., Fernow Hall, l.hnca, NV Hj| 



95 oo; 

Rra?MM?NDA C TIONS FOR^NA'cEMENT'S/,^ 1 ^^ STRATECIE S: CONCUISfONS i- 
Fisheries Management. Papers fomtte Sn' ^ , ' 5am ^' nfi Sirate S': Their Applr.^ in 
P. 404-413. 1991. FR 40(3) ^PMK"". Un/ven/q, of Hull, UK, 2-5 April i 990, fan (;. (; 



VH"^ 

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Mediterranean Region . flasima WoJSnJifc W ^ nofeinfc f ^i w Fisbt-s of 
M/anuarytolftbma^ J 99 J Alain I rS ^^^^ 
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(Sin. Biol. Tour du Vala., Le Sambuc, 1 3200 Aries, France] 



2 A POPULAT,ON 

. Rog e , Barn/iar(( w//s ' "^, aS Xm p s, um He/da ( Ve//ow, t one National Park. 

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EVERGLADES: THE ECOSYSTEM AND^ 

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95-006082 D " ^ WeSt Palm Beach l ***** Chapter indoxedin this IISUG of fhftn fl >, ft 

WILDLIFE DEPATS"'S^HOO\ R ?^ 

No- 124. p. 1 74. 1 994. FR 40(3) W RK TRAN SITION PROGRAM. Am. Fish. S<x. Aon:,. M eti * 



^ Bea r d T and Berlrand D *- [SPAWNING AT K. 

m C a nada. ^^'^^o^^o/e.casMm/a ca/va, 



texlacfitt, bpomis gibbon S SUmm ' FR 40 & 

*H^ S3 ^ RSHES F GREECE ' **' '-< fc* 

L S, afg ," e ^ rea ' fran - 2B lan" a r?,l,r 8 L n ' Based on a Workshop at the Btotoofcat Swton ti :, 
t-onse/v. 72(2):201-2H. 1995. FR 40(3) Ae0nia 'K '99-5. Alain 1. Crivelli and Paler S. Mahhnii, ctfr 

IrtrisiQiie Univ. Thessalnnii.; n -, . . _ 



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i-006087 Fedler, Anthony J. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHANCE: CAN WILD TROUT SURVIVE IN THE 
si CENTURYf Wild Trout V: Wild Trout in the 2 Jst Century, a Symposium Held at Yellowstone National Park, 
ptember 26-27, 7994. Roger Barnhart, Bill Shake, andR. H. Hamre, editors, p. 141-144. 1 994 FR 40(3) 
[Am. Sport Fisliing Assoc., 1033 N, Fairfax Dr., Suite 200, Alexandria, VA 22314] 

i-006088 Filzhugh, E. Lee and John E, Aubert. RELATIONSHIPS AMONG SOME WETLAND AND 
OIST-SITE HABITAT CLASSIFICATIONS USED IN CALIFORNIA. Trans. West. Sect. Wildl. Soc. Vol. 30. p. 72-80. 
194. FR 40(3) 
[Wildl., Fish & Conserv. Biol., Univ, Calif., Davis 9561 6| 

i-006069 Forsgren, Harv. WILD TROUT: KEY INDICATORS OF ECOSYSTEM HEALTH, Wild Trout V: Wild 
out in the 2 Jst Century, a Symposium Held at Yellowstone National Park, September 2 6-2 7, 1994. Roger liarnhan, 
ft Shake, and R. H, Hamre, editors, p. 47-50. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Nail. Fish. & Aquat. Ecol. Program, U.S. For. Serv., Washington, DC] 

i-00&090 Frome, Michael. NATIONAL PARK GUIDE 1994, Prentice Hall Travel 247p. 1994. Available al 
6.00 (paper) from Prenlice Hall Books, 15 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10023. tel:212-373-8258; 
<:212-373-84fl4. FR40(3) 

i-006091 Fulton, David C; Michael J.Manfrcdo; Jim Lipscomb and Perry Olson. COLORADOANS' WILDLIFE 
\LUES AND THEIR APPLICABILITY TO WILDLIFE PLANNING. The Fifth International Symposium on Society 
it/ Resource Management: Creating Research, Education, and Management Partnerships Among Natural 
source Professionals, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, lune 7-TO, 7994. Book of Abstracts, 
wifer Pate, coordinator, p. 108-109. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
(Human Dimensions Nal. Resour. Unit, Colo. State Univ., For! Collins 00523] 

i-006092 Gauvin, Charles F. MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF TROUT AND SALMON CONSERVATION 
^JD AVOIDING GRIDLOCK IN THE "INFORMATION AGE." Wild Trout V: Wild Trout in the 21st Century, a 
mposium Held at YeWowstone National Park, September 26-27, 7994. Roger Barnhart, Bill Shake, and R. H. 
trnre, editors, p. 13-14. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Trout Unlimited, 1500 Wilson Blvd., Suile 310, Arlington, VA 222Q9-2310| 

i-006093 Gerard, P. and J. A, Timmermans. COMPARISON OF FISH POPULATION ESTIMATES AND 
OGLING CATCH ESTIMATES IN A NARROW SHIP CANAL IN BELGIUM. Catch Effort Sampling Strategies: 
leir Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers from the Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-fi 
wit 7990. fan G.Cmw, editor, p. 127-133. 1991. FR 40(3) 
Rutihts ititilus, Abramis brama, Leucasplus dclinealus, and data for 1 other species. 

i-006094 Glass, Ronald ].; Thomas A. More and Rodney Zwick. CONFLICTS BETWEEN ANGLER 
OTIVATIONS AND PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE OF SPORT FISHING. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. 
2. 1994. FR 40(3) 
(U.S. For. Scrv., Northeast. For. Exp. Stn., P.O. Box 960, Burlington, VT 05402. tel:802-951-6773] 

i-006095 Cotlschalk, John and Mary R. Frye. THE AMERICAN FISHERIES SOCIETY MATURES: THE LAST 
UARTER CENTURY. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 1 10-1 11, 1994. FR 40(3) 
[900 N. Taylor St., Arlington, VA 22203-1 858] 

1-006096 Graff, Delano R. WILD TROUT IN NORTH AMERICA - AN EASTERN PERSPECTIVE. Wild Trout V: 
'Hd Trout in the 2 fit Century, a Symposium l-leld at Yellowstone National Park, September 2(i-27, 7994. Roger 
i/nhart. Bill Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p. 37-43. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Fish & Boat Comm., Bureau Fish,, 450 Robinson Ln., Bellefonte, PA 16023-9620] 

5-006097 Green, Trellis, G. and James R. Kahn. MARINE AQUACULTURG AND FISHERIES MANAGEMENT 
I A MODEL OF EFFICIENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. The Fifth International Symposium on Society 
it/ Resource Management; Creating Research, Education, and Management Partnerships Among Natural 
jsource Professionals, Colorado Stale University, fort Co/fins, Colorado, lune 7-10, J994. Book of Abstracts. 
nnifcr Pate, coordinator, p. 110. 1994. FR 40(3) 
|Dep. Econ. & Int. Business, Univ. South. Miss., Hattiesburg 39406] 

S-OOG09B Hair, Jay H. A SENSE OF PLACE: KEEPING THE WILD IN TROUT FISHING. Wild Trout V; Wild 
out In the 2 1st Century, a Symposium Held atYellowstone National Park, September 26-27, 1994. Roger Barnhart, 
'H Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p. 1 5-1 8. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
(Nail. Wildl, Fed,, 1400 Sixteenth Si,, NW, Washington, DC 20036-2266| 

5-006099 Halliwell, D. B. FRESHWATER FISH BIODIVERSITY CRITICAL HABITATS IN THE NORTHEAST, 
ogrant and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference II, April 29-May ), 1992. Gordon C. Tucker, 
iilor. N.V, State Mus. Ore, 54:40. 1992. FR 40(3) 

JCouesfus plumbeus, Phoxtnus eos, Percopsis omiscomycus, Cottus cognadis, tola lota, Rhlnichthys alratulus, 
id R, cataractze In the northeastern United Slates. 

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RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT-GENERAL (Continued) 

r, 5 ,!^ Harpman, David A.; Michael P. Welsh and Richard C. Bishop. NONUSE ECONOMIC 

EMERGING POLICY ANALYSIS TOOL. Rivers 4(4):280-291 . 1 993. FR 40(3) 

[Econ. Tech. Croup, U.S. Bur. Reclam., P.O. Box 25007 (D-8270), Denver, CO 80225-GOQ7J 



cv. Hasslefl T 110 5 J- edilor - KLAMATH BASIN FISHERIES SYMPOSIUM: PROCEEDINGS^ 

SYMPOSIUM HELD IN EUREKA, CALIFORNIA, 23-24 MARCH 1994. Calif. Coop. Fisft. Res Urtifflfc-t 

*n 7 A%,}? 9A ' Available a " $15.00 (paper) from Coop. Fish. Res. Unit, Humboldt Slaic Univ,*- 
l , FR 40(3} 



Selected papers and abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. Oncorhynchm in Orf*: r 

' 



California. 



S 6 ^L ^' n5 ' S ' k ' R " Allen; C Russe "; K - N - White; K.Conlan;K. Hendry and H.D. Jones. RESTCK- 
AND MANAGING DISUSED DOCKS IN INNER CITY AREAS. Restoring the Nation's Marine fritfc". 
| roccecfings of the NOAA Symposium on Habitat Restoration, Washington, D.C, September 25-26, 1990. fo 
IV. Jhaycr, editor, p. 473-542. 1 992. FR 40(3) 

IPoM Erin Mar. Lab., Liverpool Univ., Isle of Man, Uniled Kingdom] 



^ rn ' Kay " STU ENTMENTORING PROGRAMS: DEVELOPMCNTOFTHETEXASPAR<i L 
PAR ENT ' S "WOMEN IN THE NATURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES MENTOR 
. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 172, 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Parks & Wild. Dep., Human Resour. Div., 4200 Smilh School Rd., Austin, TX 78744. tel:fi 



v, S" 1 *' ^ be ? L MAN AGEMENT FOR WILD TROUT FISHERIES IN THE MIDWEST: STATUS .'. 
ion/ n n W ' lflTf0ul "> "'e 2 1st Centura Symposium Held at Yellowstone National /'.wfc, Stpx: 
m4. Roger Bimharl. Bill Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p. 29-36. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[N2254 Sky View Ln., Waupaca, Wl 54981 J 

^ 811 ^ PROT ECTION AND RESTORATION WITHIN A WATERSHED CONTfc- 
AN SPECIFIC APPLICATION. Wild Trout V: Wild Trout In the 2 hi 

i Septemher 26 ' 2?i '"* Roger 



(Aquat. Ecosyst. Branch, Ontario Minisl. Nat. Resour., P.O. Box 5000, Maple, ON, Canada LOA 1 $% \ 

y; ti- e f , r - I BIOLOGY OFSHELF AND ANADROMOUS FISH SPECIB-COLUC,; 

S.IAfe Bra/. (Vladivostok) Suppl. 84p. 1 990. Papers in Russian with Enri5li5iimrti.FRi' 

n , d JI X lhiS ' SSue of Fisheries Review - Hucho P e "Yi, H 
Russa ' " " WU g0rtusc '' a ' Mu ff s -' u >-- 5comfaer toonicus, and 



AN,w ay ' US ER-GROUP INVOLVEMENT IN FISHERIES MANA< 

1994 FR 40, R M INTERNATJ ONAL EXPERIENCES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. MccL Atetr. N,. I 24. p 

[Insl. Social Sci., Univ. Trornso, Tromso, Norway) 



EWARD (BfFt-2) SITE: THE ZOOARCHAEOLCXiV OF AS 

II.Apr<n9-MavTww^''"r^'7 U ^- Pf08r * mandAbstr3C ^ 

" U tucker, editor. N.Y. State Mus. QIC. 54:45. 1 992. FR 40(3) 

. Moxostoma, and Micropterus dolomieu in Canada. 



m , S c uch ? le Daosuk ho. HANDBOOK FOR FISHERY EXTEND 
rutc. (ioutfteasl Asian Fish. Dev. Cent.) 103p, 13a&. FK'l(){3)i 

55-006110 Kennedv. lanwc i ^A r-_^. : _ , ... ..., 

Hullis. EMPOWERING WILDLIFE/FISMCRIHS UIOLtM 
MULTIPLE-USE MANAGEMENT AGENCIES. Tfte fa 
rfanagemen(:fioofcoMfas(/acts, May 
n, coordinator, p. 65-66. 1992. FR 40(3) 



^ SCALE AND HIERARCHY. *,; cc , 

FR40I3) ^'^ 5te P hen WHeyi /a mes Kay, and George Francis, editors, p. 10-4S. U 



: HELD C AND INTRIN SIC VALUES ASSOCW 

. 1994. fiogw haTfttf ' S e ^ U/y ' a ^P "'""" ^e/d ai VW/mwtonc Wj-i, 

? aild f; H Hamre ' ed ' to - P- 147-1 SO. 1 9M. F JJ 
r., Cornell Univ., lihaca, NY 1 4853-3001] 



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RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT-GENERAL (Continued) 

qs 0061 1 3 Konig Fleischer, Andrea, [ANALYSIS OF THE INCREASE IN THE ECONOMIC SECTOR IN MEXICO 
(1940-1987): THE CASE OF FISHING.] Secretar/a Pesca (Mexico) 57p. 1993. In Spanish. FR 40(3) 

0061 14 Lamont E E ROY LATHAM: NEW YORK'S PREMIER NATURALIST OF THE 20lh CENTURY. 
Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural Histoty Conference III, April 13-April 16, 1994. Cordon C Tucker, 
editor- p. 29.1 994. FR 40(3} 

[Biol. Dep., Riverhead High School, Riverhead, NY 1 1 901 ] 

w 0061 1 5 Layher D William C. RECRUITING MINORITIES FOR FISHERIES CAREERS: A SUCCESS STORY. 
Am fish Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 1 72. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

'[Pine Bluff Coop. Fish. Res. Pro)., U.S. Natl. Biol. Surv., Univ. Arkansas, Agric. Exp. Sin,, P.O. Box 4005, Pine 
8luff7160l.tel:50l-543-8136] 

OS 0061 16 Littell Richard. CONTROLLED WILDLIFE VOLUME I; FEDERAL PERMIT PROCEDURES SECOND 
EDITION Assoc Syst Co/lections (Washington, DC) 263p. 1993. Available from Assoc. Syst. Collections, 73O 
1 1 ih St., NW, Second Floor, Washington, DC 20001 -452 1 . FR 40(3) 

q 10061 17 Loesch Joseph G. and Steven M. Atran. HISTORY OF AiOSA FISHERIES MANAGEMENT: 
VIRGINIA, A CASE STUDY 'Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 42-43. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[School Mar. Sci., Coll. William & Mary, Gloucester Point, VA 23062] 

9500611B Loomis, David K, THE ALLOCATION OF SCARCE FISHERY RESOURCES: THE COMMONS 
DILEMMA AND ANGLER PERCEPTIONS OF FAIRNESS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 1 34. 1 9D4. 

FR 40(3) 

(Univ. Mass., Dep. For. & Wlldl. Manage,, Amhersl 01003-4210. tel;41 3-545-6641 ] 

95-006119 Loomis, John B. INTEGRATED PUBLIC LANDS MANAGEMENT: PRINCIPLES AND 
APPLICATIONS TO NATIONAL FORESTS, PARKS, WILDLIFE REFUGES, AND BLM LANDS. Columbia Univ. 
Press 474p1 993. Available at $50.00 (cloth) from Columbia Univ. Press, 562 W 1 1 3lh St., New York, NY 10025 . 
tel: 212-316-7129. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Agric. & Resour. Econ., Colo. Stale Univ., Fort Collins 80523] 

95-0061 20 Maffill, Noah T. EVENTS IN WILDLIFE LAW. In: Life on the Edge: A Guide to California's Endangered 
Natural Resources: Wildlife. Carl C. Thelander and Margo Crabtree, editors, p. 41 . 1 994. FR 40(3) 

95-006121 Maitland, Peter S. THE CONSERVATION OF FRESHWATER FISH: PAST AND PRESENT 
EXPERIENCE Special Issue: Endemic Freshwater Fishes of the Northern Mediterranean Region - Based on a 
Workshop at'lhe Biological Station of Tour du Va/at, Camargue Area, France, 28 January to / February, '993. Alain 
} Crivelli and PeterS. Maitland, editors. Biol. Conserv. 72(2):259-270. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Fish Conserv. Cent., Easter Cringate, Stirling FK7 9QX, Scotland] 

95-006122 MalvestiHo, Stephen P. THE CUSTOMIZATION OF RECREATIONAL FISHERY SURVEYS FOR 
MANAGEMENT PURPOSES IN THE UNITED STATES. Calch Effort Sampling Strategies: Their App/talion in 
freshwaier fisheries Management Papers from the Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April J990. Ian G. Cowx, 
editor, p. 201-213. 1991. FR 40(3) 

95-0061 23 Marancik, Jerry and Paul Nlckerson. LISTING THE ATLANTIC SALMON: A CASE HISTORY. Wita 
Trout V- Wild Trout In the 2 1st Century, a Symposium Held at Yellowstone National Park, September 26-27, J9D4. 
Roger Barnhart, Bltt Shake, and K. H. Hamre, editors, p. 09-92. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[U.S.' Fish & Wlldl. Serv., East Orland, ME) Salmo sa/ar in the northeastern United States. 

95-006124 Martin, Jim. WILD TROUT MANAGEMENT FOR THE 21sl CENTURY - A WESTERN STATE 
FISHERIES MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE. Wild Trout V: Wild Trout In the 2 1st Century, a Symposium Held a 
Yellowstone National Park, September 26-27, 1994. Roger Barnhart, BUI Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p. 44-46 
1994. FR 40(3} 

95-006125 Mavros, William V. APPLICATION OF VISUAL PREDICTIVE ANALYSIS TOOLS IN FISHERIES 
MANAGEMENT. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 5. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Baltelle Pac. Northwest Lab., P.O. Box 999, Rlchland, WA 99352. tel:50D-376-3626; fax:509-372-351 5 
e-mail:wv_mavros@pnl.gov| 

95-006126 McCovey,Pliny.MANAGEMENTOFTHEKLAMATHRIVERFISHERY-THEHOOPAPERSPECTIVE 
K/amath Basin fisheries Symposium: Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Eureka, California, 23-24 March 1994 
Thomas /. Hassier, editor, p. 1 52-1 56. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Hoopa Valley Tribal Council, Hoopa, CA 95546] Oncorhynchus ts/iawytscnain California. 

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A^ NATURAL HISTORY COLLECTIONS IN NEW VORK STA1E- A 

%co mp% S^ 



SYMPOSIUM 

1992, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN. 
FR 40(3)' ""' |md0150n ^ J U P- ] " 2 - Available from Mary Miron, 800 Ungdon St., Uii 



^ oees , ew . eiv 

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95-006134 Morilzfr- A' " '' ox ' Burlington, VT 05402. td:802-951.6773] 

B ' IOGY 1N AU ^L,A AN, 

^ "994.Avalableat Sf m^ 5? ^ F Q UEENS ^ND, OCTOBER 1091, 
- * m ^^ BeaUy & S nS ' ^ RIchard 



^ C3/ , , ress [219pi] > ii 

Berkeley 94720. fax:600-999-1 95B. FR 40{3 



. FR 40(3, 



THE CASE Or 

niv. Mass Hdd' V' 3 ' 1994 3) ' ES RESOURCES 'N ALASKA. A.n, fW. 

-006138 NaiutalA, ^ HalUmher '' 01003. tdMlJ.54S.1820] 



7. 1994 



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RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT-GENERAL (Continued) 

95-006142 Nielsen, Larry A. THE HISTORY OF FRESHWATER FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. 
Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 1 1-1 1 2. 1 994, FR 40(3) 

|Pa. Slate Univ., School For. Resour., Ferguson Bldg., University Park 16802-4300. lel:81 4-864-7093] 

95-006143 Noble, Richard L MANAGEMENT IS MANAGEMENT. Am. Fish, Soc. Annu. Meet. Absir. No. 124. 
p. 177. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[N.C. Slale Univ., Campus Box 7646, Raleigh 27695-7647. tel:91 9-51 5-7586] 

95-006 144 Nolle, David A. THE FUTURE OF NATIVE TROUT FISHING IN THE U.S. Wild Trout V: Wild Trout 
in (he 2 1st Century, a Symposium Held at Yellowstone National Park, September 26-2 7, 1 994. Roger Bamhari, Bill 
Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p, 1 65-1 70. 1 994. FR 40(3} 
[Trout Unlimited, Redmond, OR] 

95-006145 Noss, Reed F.; Edward T. LaRoe III and ]. Michael Scott. ENDANGERED ECOSYSTEMS OF THE 
UNITED STATES: A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF LOSS AND DEGRADATION. U.S. Nail. Bio/. Serv. tSiol. 
Rep. No. 28. 158p. 1995. Available from Publ. Unit, U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., 1849 C St., N.W., Mail Stop 130, 
Webb Bldg., Washington, DC 20240. tel:703-358-1 71 1 . FR 40(3) 
[Univ. Idaho, Dep. Fish & Wildl., Moscow 83B44| 

95-0061 46 Nxomani, C. D,; A. J, Ribbink and R. Kirby. DIFFERENTIATION OF ISOLATED, THREATENED FISH 
POPULATIONS IN DOLOMITIC WATERS OF THE TRANSVAAL, SOUTH AFRICA, BY POLYACRYLAMIDE GEL 
ELECTROPHORESIS (PACE) OFTOTAL CELLULAR PROTEINS. Biol, Conserv. 69(2):185-189. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[J. L B. Smith Inst. Ichthyol., Somerset Si., Private Bag 1015, Grahomstown 6140, South Africa] Ttlapia 
sparrmartii, T. guinasana, and Pseudocrenilabrus philander. 

95-005147 O'Hara, K. andT, R, Williams. ANALYSIS OF CATCHES FROM THE BRITISH NATIONALANGLING 
CHAMPIONSHIPS. Catch Effort Sampling Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers 
from the Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April 1990. /an C. Coivx, editor, p. 214-222, 1 991. FR 40(3) 

95-006148 Orth, Donald J, POGO WAS RIGHT LET'S CHANGE THE WAY WE TEACH RESOURCE 
MANAGEMENT. Am. fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. P. 1 77-1 78. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Fish. & Wildl, Sci., VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24062-0321. tel:703-231-5919| 

95-006149 Oven, L, S.; L. P. Salekhova and A. D. Gordlna. IN MEMORY OF TAT'YANA VLADIMIROVNA 
DEKHNIK (1 91 8-1 993). /. Ichthyol. 34(8): 1 53-1 56. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

95-006150 Pate, Jennifer, coordinator. THE FIFTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON SOCIETY AND 
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: CREATING RESEARCH, EDUCATION, AND MANAGEMENT PARTNERSHIPS 
AMONG NATURAL RESOURCE PROFESSIONALS, COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY, FORT COLLINS, 
COLORADO, JUNE MO, 1 994, BOOK OF ABSTRACTS. Colo. State Univ. 332p. 1 994. Available from Human 
Dimensions Unit, Coll. Nat. Resour., Colo. State Univ., Fort Collins 80523. FR 40(3) 
Selected abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review, 

95-006151 Patrick, Ruth and Drew M. Palavago. THE VALUE OF SPECIES AS INDICATORS OF WATER 
QUALITY. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. Vol. 1 45. p. 55-92. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Acad. Nat. Sci., 1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy., Philadelphia, PA 191 03-1 195] Data for 160 species in the 
eastern United States. 

95-006152 Peterman, Larry G. A STATE PERSPECTIVE ON THE FUTURE OF FISHING FOR WILD TROUT. 
Wild Trout V: Wild Trout in the 2 1st Century, a Symposium Held at Yellowstone National Park, September 26-27, 
1994. Roger Barnbart, Bill Shake, and R.H. Hamre, editors, p. 171-173. 1994. FR 40(3) 

95-006153 Pierotli, Raymond. RECRUITMENT AND RETAINMENT OF NATIVE AMERICAN RESEARCH 
PERSONNEL: EFFECTIVECOMMUNICATION ACROSS CULTURAL BARRIERS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. MecL Abstr. 
No. 124, p. 173. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Systematlca & Ecol., Univ. Kans., Lawrence 66045-2106. 161:913-864-4326] 

95-006154 Pinkerton, Evelyn. FOLK MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF STATE MANAGEMENT AND 
CO-MANAGEMENT: A THEORETICAL OVERVIEW. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 5. 1994. 
FR 40(3) 

[Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada] 

95-006155 Pister, E. P. THE RIGHTS OF SPECIES AND ECOSYSTEMS. Fish&les (Bethesda) 20(4):28-29. 1 995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Desert Fishes Council, Bishop, CA 93515. tel/fax:61 9-872-8751 1 

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CHINOOK INl-HVnif'MPT^KJrw^M^^- SUBSTOCI < MANAGEMENT OF KLAMATH RIVER FALL 

^mSm-PmrPMS f ? FISH ! RY ,?? /HE YUROK INDIAN RESERVATION. Wamafh 8asi fl F, s her 

p 1 35- 1 44 1 994 FR 40(3) ^P"" 1 HeW '" furefea ' c *, 23-24 Marc/! I 994. Thomas f. Hassle,, editor. 

[Yurok Tribal Fish. Program, P.O. Box 218, Klamath, CA 95548| Oncorf.yi.cAui triumybcfe in Califeria. 

YOUrAR 7 F /^ n r-\ P r fldre f Denesa MEN TORING : IT'S NOT HOW MUCH YOU KNOW - IT'S HOW MUCH 

I R "f T' , ?"' ^ nnU ' Mee '' Ab5 "- Na 124 ' ' J ' ] 71 - ] 72 ' 1994 ' FR 40(3} 

I- Biol. Surv., 1 201 Oak Ridge Dr. #200, Fort Collins, CO 80525. tel:303-2G6-9401, ext. 233| 

'' S K ATUS ?[ FRE ? HWATER FIS HES IN THE ADRIATIC CATCHMENT OF 5LOVENIA 
es/iwater Fishes of the Northern Mediterranean Region Based on a Workshop at ' l - 



data'for S 



,, SYSTEM FOR * VORK STATE, ft 

Mus. OTc 54:44 ^990 F uS?l ^ Conf *<*> I" 20-22, 1990. Daniel P. Motley, compiler, W.V. 



R?vS ^IN^w ?i2 J- u/, r Sa ^ f" Nob t ARE PURE " NATIVE TROUT IN T HE MID-COLUMBIA 
ftptemto2M7 isw BoLT h^Tl/S f '*' ^"7' a ^P " Wdal ^ws^e Naitonrf^ 



oia. l in, c r ' Hamre ' editors ' P- ' 77 '1 8t- ' 0^4. FR 40(3) 

ff taSi n ' V " F rl C lllnS 8 5231 5a '^ s confl.e/,,,5, OncorftAiis clarfti /oms/, and 



' ANIMAL RIGHTS " MOVE MENT ON THE FUTURE OF HSHINC. 
S)/mpo J' um He/d at Ve//cwsi,e National Park, Septomb* 26-27, 

Mag ra r d,MN' ^ ""^ P ' 151 ' 156 ' 1994 ' FR 4 (3) 



DasMAK^ PUBLIC 'NVOLVEMENT IN THE FISHERIES 

FR40{3) "^ISIUN MAKING PROCESS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 124. p. 1J5. 1994, 

. Manage. Di,., Main Floor, N. Tower, Petroleum Plaza, 9945-108 Sl,Edmc,nloaAB,CanadaT5K 2G6] 

^"^ 
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^^^ STATUS OF FRESHWATER FISH OF ALBANIA. 

Station of Tour du Valai ~ A, ^ r M , ec/( e ' fane 3" Region - Basec/ on a Wwte/jop nt t/ie fltoto^w/ 

' F ^^' '** *' / C&eW nn^ero, J. 

"' 42/1 ' Hyr! 3 ' A P- 22 ^ana, Albania] 5a/ m o% ( nu5 ohrftta* &*,. 



FR 40(3) ecosystems. Stephen Wood/ey, /ame S Ka^ and George Francis, editors, p 3-1 ft, 1993 

llwl Envnro,. Studies, Univ. To ranto , Toronto, ON, Canada) 

^ 

T&TiJC'E"!! 111 W T' 1 / mer ' Can taie Management Sodof. O^nrfe 
. take Reservo/r Manage 9(2|-108 1994' FR r fi ' /ones ' ofae H Pelers, andDavidM. Soballc, 

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95-0061 69 Ripple, William ]., editor. THE CIS APPLICATIONS BOOK EXAMPLES IN NATURAL RESOURCES: 
A COMPENDIUM. -American Society (or P/totogrammeiry and Remote Sensing 380p. 1 994. Available at $70.00 
(paper) from Am. Soc. for Photogrammetry & Remole Sensing, 5410 Grosvenor Ln., Suite 210, Belhesda, MD 
20814-2 1&0.tel:301-493-0290; fax:301-493-0208. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. For. Resour., Oreg, State Univ., Environ. Remole Sensing Applications Lab., (ERSAL), Corvallis] 

95-006170 Risser, Paul G., editor. UNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING ECOTONES: PROCEEDINGS OF 
THE 3rd INTERNATIONAL SCOPE/UNEP WORKSHOP ON ECOTONES, MOSCOW, DECEMBER 3-5, 1993. 
Eco/. Inl No. 22. 102p. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Miami Univ., Roudebush Hall, Oxford, OH 45056] Selected paper indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-0061 71 Roos-Collins, Richard. THE MONO LAKE CASES. Rivers 4(4):328-336. 1993. FR 40(3) 
[Nal. Heritage Ins!., 1 14 Sansome St., San Francisco, CA 94104] 

95-0061 72 Rose, Sheldon H. DIVERSITY AND THE FISHERIES STUDENT: A LOOK AT THE IMPORTANCE 
OF THE GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT. Am- Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 73. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Grambling State Univ. & Conserv. Career Dev. Program, P.O. Box 954, Ruston, LA 71273-0954. 
lel:318-351-3699] 

95-006) 73 Sawhill, Steven G. ENFORCEMENT CONSIDERATIONS FOR INDIVIDUAL QUOTA SYSTEMS IN 
THE UNITED STATES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 124, p. 11-12. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Fish, Law Enforcement Branch, U.S. Coast Guard, 2100 2nd St. SW, Washington, DC 20593-0001. 
tel:202-267-1 784] 

95-006174 Scalet, Charles G. and Ira R. Adelman. ACCREDITATION OF FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE 
PROGRAMS, fisheries (Belhesda) 20(2):8-1 3. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep, Wildl. & Fish. Sci., Box 2140B, S.D. State Univ., Brookings 57007. e-mail:wf1 4@sdsumus.sdstate.edu] 

95-OOfi 1 75 Scherbitch, L. V. [METHOD OF AGE ESTIMATION AND STATISTIC YEAR SUBSTANTIATION FOR 
THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE FISHES.] /Eco/ogy and Fish Stocks in the East Atlantic. Collective Papers./ Fisheries 
Committee of the Russian Federation p. 34-48, 204-205. 1993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 
Trachurus capensis. 

95-0061 76 Schmidtke, L M. and J. Carson. CHARACTERISTICS OF FLEXIBACTER PSYCHROPHtiUS ISOLATED 
FROM ATLANTIC SALMON IN AUSTRALIA. Dis. Aquat. Org. 21(2):1 57-161. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Carson: Fish Health Unit, Dep. Primary Ind. & Fish., P.O. Box 46, Kings Meadows, Tasm. 7249, Australia] 
Salmo salar. 

95-006177 Shackell, N. L.; B. Freedman and C. Slaicer. NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING: A 
CASE STUDY OFTHE ATLANTIC MARITIME REGION. /n;Eco/ogica//n(egritx.inc/(/ie Management of Ecosystems. 
Stephen Woodley, lames Kay, and George Ftancis, editors, p. 131-153. 1993. FR 40(3) 
jDep. Biol, & School Resour. & Environ. Studies, Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, NS, Canada] 

95-0061 78 Shake, Bill. WEST COAST SALMONID HABITAT RESTORATION. Wild Trout V: Wild Trout in the 
2 1st Century, a Symposium Held si Yellowstone National Park, September 26-27, 1 994. Roger flam/tart, Of'// Shake, 
andR. H. Hamre, editors, p. 73-76. 1994. FR 40(3) 
|U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Portland, OR] 

95-006179 Sommarstrom, Sari, editor. PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE ON DECOMPOSED 
GRANITIC SOILS: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS. OCTOBER 21-23, 1992, REDDING, CALIFORNIA. Kinmalh 
River Fish. Resour. Off. Publ. 92(E-1 1 ):241 p. Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-006180 Stanfield, Los W. A WATERSHED BASED REPORT CARD. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 
124. p. 90. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Fishermen Involved in Saving Habitat, c/o R.R. 9, Picton, ON, Canada KOK 2TO. tcl:613-476-1545j 

95-0061 81 Starnes, Lynn B.; Guillermo Cornpean Jiminez; Douglas Dodge; Gene Huntsman; Phil Janik; James 
Lloyd; Norville Prosser; William Royce and William Taylor. AFS DRAFT POSITION STATEMENT: NORTH 
AMERICAN FISHERIES POLICY. Fisheries (Belhesda) 20(4):6-9. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[P.O. Box 308, Albuquerque, NM 87103-0308J 

95-0061 82 Steedman, Robert and Wolfgang Haider. APPLYING NOTIONS OF ECOLOGICAL INTEGRITY. In: 
Ecolosicallntegrily and the Management of Ecosystems. Stephen Woodley, lames Kay, and George Francis, editors. 
p. 47-60, 1993. FR 40(3) 

[Ontario Mlnist. Nal. Resour., Cent. North. For. Ecosyst. Res., Thunder Bay, ON, Canada] 

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95-0061 83 Taylor, G. D. WILD TROUT MANAGEMENT IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. VWW Trout V; Wild Trout in 
the 2 !si Century, a Symposium Held at Yellowstone National Park, September 26-27, 1 994. Roger Bamhart B-'\ 
Shake, and R- K Hamre, editors, p. 51-57. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Fish. Branch, Minisl. Environ., Lands & Parks, Victoria, BC, Canada] 

95-006184 Taylor, William W.;C.Paola Ferrari; Fred L. Poston and John Robertson. EDUCATING fISHERIlS 
PROFESSIONALS USING A WATERSHED APPROACH TO EMPHASIZE THE ECOSYSTEM PARADIGM, ATI. 
Fish. Soc. Anmi. MeeLAfastr. No. 124. p. 178. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep, Fish. & Wildl., Mich. Slate Univ., East Lansing 48824. tel:Sl 7-353-0647] 

95-006185 Thelander, Carl G. OTHER SPECIES OF CONCERN. In: Life on the Edge: A GuJrto 10 (WomiVi 
Endangered Natural Resources: WHcIIH'e. CarlG. T/ie/ander arid Margo Crabtree, editors, p. 532-539. 1934. Tab'* 
only. FR 40(3) 

[BioSyst. Analysis, Inc., 303 Polrero St., Santa Cruz, CA 95060-2719] Data for 1 1 species. 

95-0061 86 Tolh, John F., Jr. and Ralph B. Brown. SYSTEMIZATION OF THE SOCIOLOGICAL LITERATURE IN 
FISHING/FISHERIES RESEARCH VIA MATRIX DISPLAYS: IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGERS AND 

RESEARCHERS OF FISHERIES RESOURCES. The Fifth International Symposium on Society ami ' " 

Management: Creating Research, Education, and Management Partnerships Among Natural Resource Pro 
Colorado Stale University, Fort Coffins, Colorado, /une 7-10, 1994. Book of Abstracts. Jennifer Pale, m 
p. 128-129. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Oep. Sociol., P.O. Drawer C, Miss. State Univ., Mississippi State 39762-55031 

95-006187 Townsend, Ralph E. BANKABLE ITQs. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Afastr. No. 124. |>. U7. 
[Dep. Econ, 215 Stevens Hall, Univ. Maine, Orono 04469. tel:207-58M 854-1 

95-006188 Tmelson, R. L. DISSOLVED OXYGEN CRITERIA PROPOSED FOR AQUATIC LIFE IN I1RITISH 
COLUMBIA. High Performance Fish: Proceedings of an /nternal/ona/ Fish Physiology Symposium I IrM at ^ 
Uniyersrty of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p, 20!">-2IQ- 
1994. FR 40(3) ,< i , 

[Water Quality Branch, British Columbia Minist. Environ., 765 Broughlon St, Victoria, BC, Caiwd.i VBV IX*. 
tel:604-3 87-9492; fax:604-356-8298; e-mail:btriiels@waler.env.gov.bc.ca| 

?S5?JiS? Tucker ' Gordon C " editor - PROGRAM AND ABSTRACTS, THE NEW YORK NATURAL 1 llSTOWf 
CONFERENCE II, APRIL 29-MAY 1, 1992. N.Y. State Mus. Circ. 54;76p. 1992. FR 40(3) 
selected abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review, 

firSS?!? K len ' C " Cornel 's- ECONOMICS OF PROTECTING WILDERNESS AKIAS AND 
OLD-GROWTH TIMBER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. For. Chron. 71 1 :52-58. 1995. FR 40(3) 
lueo. Njf.Resour. Manage., Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1 Z2) 



TIMING OF JUVENILE SALMONIDS THROllC.tJ ItlE 

.__ Symposium: Proceedings of a Symposftjm lii'ff/ in t^tte'n 
Thomas/. Hauler, editor, p. 54-72. 1994. FR 40(3) 
'. 5341 Ericson Way, Arcata, CA 95521| Oncorhj/ncrius kisutch, O. inyA-y^, nnd 



MCWON MAKINr S ? jh ^ M ' THE R LE OF ORGANIZATIONAL AMBIGUITY IN FISHERIESAI.UJCATION 

IU.S Deo Cwnr^T wn. AMU ' Meet ' Abstf ' No ' ' 24 ' P- 1 61 1 " 4 " FR 4 ( 3 ' 
20910. i^Ml^n-Ssi' OM/NMFS - Anadromous Fish Habitat Div., Off. Habitat F'rot., SUvdr Spring, MU 




- V.'lVi'J 

^ 

n avid R-GelsL STUDENT RESEARCH At'.TIVHlK IS 

L LABORATORIES. Am. fish. Soc. Annu. Meef. Abstr. No. 1^-1. V 



< B X 999 ' Richla nd, WA 99352. 



J. Humphries. DO CONSERVATIONISTS AM* 

'EENORGANISMS IN THE SAME WAY? 

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RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT-GENERAL (Continued) 

95-006196 Willis, David W. DOES TRADITIONAL FISHERIES EDUCATION HAVE A PLACE IN THE 21st 
CENTURY? Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24, p. 1 78-1 79. 1 994, FR 40(3} 
[Dep. Wild!. & Fish. Sci., S.D. Slate Univ., Brookings 57007-1696. tel:605-697-51 21 ] 

95-006197 Wilson, James A. and James M. Acheson. CHAOS, COMPLEXITY, AND COMMUNITY 
MANAGEMENT. Am. Fish. Soc Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 08-1 09. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Resour. Econ. & Policy, Univ. Maine, Orono 04469] 

95-0061 98 Winler, Brian D. and Roberl M. Hughes. AFS DRAFT POSITION STATEMENT ON BIODIVERSITY. 
fisheries (Bethesda) 20(4):20-26. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Nail. Park Sen/., Olympic Natl. Park, 600 E. Park Ave., Port Angeles, WA 98362) 

95-006199 Wlodek, Jan M. SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT: PAPERS DEDICATED TO PROFESSOR KAROL 
STARMACHA. Ada Hydrobiol. 35(Suppl.):403-448. 1 993. Papers in English and Polish. FR 40(3) 

jPolska Akad. Nauk, Zaklad Biol. Wod im. Karola Starmacha, ul. Slawkowska 17, 31-016 Krakow, Poland] 

95-006200 Wolos, A. and P. Piskorski, ANGLERS' CATCHES AS AN ILLUSTRATION OF THE FISH 
COMMUNITY STRUCTURES, ANGLING PRESSURE AND ANGLING REGULATIONS, BASED ON INLAND 
WATERS IN THE KROSNO REGION, POLAND. Catch Effort Samp//ng Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater 
Fisheries Management. Papers from the Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April 1990. /an C. Covvx, editor, 
p. 166-176. 1991. FR 40(3) 

Thymallus thymallus, Barbus barbus, and data for 1 other species. 

95-006201 Woodley, Stephen. MONITORING AND MEASURING ECOSYSTEM INTEGRITY IN CANADIAN 
NATIONAL PARKS. In: Ecological Integrity and the Management of Ecosystems. Stephen Woodley, lames Kay, 
and George Francis, editors, p. 1 55-1 76. 1 993. FR 40(3) 
[Canadian Parks Serv,, Ottawa, ON, Canada] 

95^006202 Woodtey, Stephen; James Kay and George Francis, editors. ECOLOGICAL INTEGRITY AND THE 
MANAGEMENT OF ECOSYSTEMS. St. Lucie Press 220p. 1 993. Available at $59.95 (cloth) from Si, Lucie Press, 
100 E. Union Blvd., Suite 403 B, Delray Beach, FL 33483. tel:407-2 74-9 906; fax:407-274-9927. FR 40(3) 
[Canadian Parks Serv., Ollawa, ON, Canada] Selected chapters indexed in ihis issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-006203 Zhu Qian and Dong Jinhai. [STUDIES ON THE UTILIZATION AND PROTECTION OF THE 
RESOURCES IN THE EELS.| Mar. Sd. (Qingdao) 1994(4}:1 4-1 6. 1994. In Chinese. FR 40(3) 
Data for 23 species oMngui'Wa, 

95-006204 Zint, Michaela and Sliari Dann. EDUCATING YOUTH ABOUT FISH, FISHING, AND FISHERIES 
MANAGEMENT ISSUES. Fisheries (Bethesda) 20(2}:28-30. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Fish. & Wildl., Mich. State Univ., E, Lansing 48823] 

95-006205 Zoological Society of Israel, conveners. PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTY-FIRST MEETING OF THE 
ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF ISRAEL, HELD AT TECHN1ON, HAIFA, 2B-29 NOVEMBER 1994. (ST. /. Zoof 
41(1):75-10B.1995.FR40(3) 

Selected abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review, 

ADMINISTRATION AND PLANNING 

95-006206 Atlantic Salmon Federation. ANNUAL REPORT: SALMON GENETICS RESEARCH PROGRAM, 
1991/1992. Atl. Salmon Fed Annu, Rep. 26p. 1991/1992. FR 40(3) 

[P.O. Box 429, St. Andrews, NB, Canada EOG 2X0. tel;506-529-4581; fax:506-529-4438] Sa/mo sa/ar. 

95-006207 Atlantic Salmon Federation. ANNUAL REPORT: SALMON GENETICS RESEARCH PROGRAM, 
1 993/1 994. AH. Salmon Fed. Annu. Rep. 20p. 1 993/1 994. FR 40(3} 

(P.O. Box 429, St, Andrews, NB, Canada EOG 2X0. tel:506-529-4501; fax:506-529-4438] Sa/mo sa/ar. 

95-006208 Allanlic Salmon Federation. ANNUAL REPORT: SALMON GENETICS RESEARCH PROGRAM, 
1 992/1 993. All, Salmon Fed. Annu. Rep. 1 8p. 1 992/1 993. FR 40(3) 

[P.O. Box 429, Si, Andrews, NB, Canada EOG 2X0. tel:506-529-4581; fax:506-529-4438] Sa/mo sa/ar. 

95-006209 Bayliff, William H. QUARTERLY REPORT, OCTOBER-DECEMBER 1994. Inler-Am. Trop. Tuna 
Coinm, Q, Rep, 50p. Oct.-Dec. 1 994. In English and Spanish. FR 40(3) 

[Scripps Inst. Oceanogr., 8604 La Jolla Shores Dr., La Jolla, CA 92037-1 508] 

95-006210 Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE INTER-AMERICAN 
TROPICAL TUNA COMMISSION. toteMm. Trop. Tuna Comm. Annu. Rep. 1993. 316p. 1994. In English wilh 
Spanish. Available al $5.00 (paper} from Inler-Am. Trop. Tuna Comm., Scripps Inst. Oceanogr,, La Jolla, CA 
92037-1508. FR 40(3) 

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RESEARCH AND 

[US. Dep. InteriaoFi^rWHdL^rvrWashTng^D.C. 20240] 
HABJJAT ALTERATIONS 

1 A- 3lld N ^u H pS e Mr M ,M NIPULATION OF UTTORAL HABITAT TO ENHANCE 
nferencP/H ^?/^, PU , MPKINSEED SUNF I S H. Program and Abstracts, The New 
n W * f Fnr ^F 13 *?"" 6 > I 994 ' Gordo " C. Tt/cfcer, ed/io, p. 11-12, 1994. Ffi 40(3) 
lewYo* r " ' F reslry Dr " S V facuse - NY 13210] iepomis gibbosvs and Mfooptom 



S^L^S STURGE r N - ^Sm toue: Program and ^bsiwt* Hih 
4. Roger VV tech S?E e J 6 ^"^ement 5oc/ e(x , Ortanc/o, f/onrf,, 
9(2);S2-53. 1994. 



49931. .el:906-ia7.23S31 Ac4* 

THE BUCK SEABENTHlt AND d puS^nM^ n 'DyA.P, nUS and Yu ' P ' Zaitsev ' MAJOR MODIFICATIONS OF 
(Monaco) No. IS. p. 85 1 10 1995 FR 4^ E UST REE DECADES - Btjlf - 

r ' Res ' inst " 



95 B ' - 

COASTAL ENC?N*E WNC^WMB^?^^^^ ?^ LING WITH ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN RIVER AND 
ldD,MvierE n vl^^ 

[THE IMPACTS OF A TUNNEL ON 



COMMUN T RU [THE IMPACTS OF A TUNNE 

1" German with English summFR 40(3) N OS AND FISHES 'l Wmnofegfca 24(4):297-322. 

L '' Univ ' Konstanz ' M 



9 - 

f^^^^ 
1994. FR 40(3) *". w//d/e. Car/G. Thelander and Margo Crabtree, editois. p. 268-231, 

and D. ]. CibSn! TH^ CATAMARAN "innnv 'S S n; S ' Komadina -Douthwright; N. EI-Jabl;T. L. Potlock 
ATLANTIC SALMON STREAM BASIN Jm S?Si ? JE ? : ADD RESSING FORESTRY IMPACTS IN AN 

ISci. Branch, Gulf Reg., Dep. Fish & O^n,' Mn ^ K^ ^ ilr No " ' 24 ' P' 94 - ^ " 4 - 4O{3) 
95-006221 Da 1 h W 



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JM06224 Hi Wer bre,H r "' e - 53 - 263 2; e-maibkur^vm! .ccvUdu] 

^rg24061.0321.tel:703-231.5320l5 a | re /,- nus /-o n t/;s in Virginia. 
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95-006225 Humeniuk, Myron. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF THE MARINE 

TRANSPORTATION OF BULK CEMENT IN GUJARAT, INDIA. Am. Fish. Sac. Annu. Meet, Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 1 2 7. 

1994. FR 40(3) 

[2 1 4 Centre St. W., Richmond Hill, ON, Canada L4C 5K1 . tel:905-508-954&! 

95-006226 Karenge, Lawrence and Jeppe Kolding. ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HYDROLOGY AND 
FISHERIES IN MAN-MADE LAKE KARIBA, CENTRAL AFRICA. Fish. Res. (Amst.) 22(3,4):205-226. 1995. FR40(3} 
[Kolding: Dep. Fish. & Mar. Biol., Univ. Bergen, High Technol. Cent., N-5020 Bergen, Norway] Hydrocynus 
vittatus, Tilapla mortimeri, Setranochromis codringtonii, and Mormyrus hngirostris. 

95-006227 Layher, William G. CHANGES IN FISH COMMUNITY STRUCTURE RESULTING FROM A FLOOD 
CONTROL DAM IN A FLINTH1LLS STREAM, KANSAS WITH EMPHASIS ON THE TOPEKA SHINER, Am. Fish. 
Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 147-148. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Pine Htuff Coop. Fish. Res, Proj., U.S. Natl. Biol. Surv., Agric. Exp. Stn., Box 4005, 1 200 N. University, Pine 
Bluff, AR 71601. tel:501-543-8136] Micropterus salmoides and Notropis lopeka. 

9S-OOG22B Ligon, Franklin K-; William E. Dietrich and William). Trush. DOWNSTREAM ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS 
OF DAMS. Rj'o5cience45(3):1B3-192. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|EA Eng. Sci., & Technol., 3468 MI. Diablo Blvd., Suite B-1 00, Lafayette, CA 94549] 

95-006229 Losos, Elizabeth; Justin Hayes; Ali Phillips; David Wilcove and Carolyn Alkire. 
TAXPAYER-SUBSIDIZED RESOURCE EXTRACTION HARMS SPECIES. B/o5dence45(7):44G-455. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Cent. Trop. For. Sci., Smithsonian Trop. Res. Inst., 900 Jefferson Dr., Suite 2207, Washington, DC 20560] 

95>006230 Mogi, M.; V. Memah; I. Miyagi; T. Toma and D. T. Sembel. MOSQUITO (D1PTERA: CULICIDAE) 
AND PREDATOR ABUNDANCE IN IRRIGATED AND RAIN-FED RICE FIELDS IN NORTH SULAWESI, 
INDONESIA./. Med. Entomol. 32(3):3G1-3G7. 1995, FR 40(3) 

|Div, Piirasitol., Dep. Microbrol., Saga Med. School, Nabesliima 5-1-1, Saga 849, Japan.] Aplocheilus panchax. 

95-006231 Myers, Thomas J. and Sherman Swanson. IMPACT OF DEFERRED ROTATION GRAZING ON 
STREAM CHARACTERISTICS IN CENTRAL NEVADA: A CASE STUDY. N. Am. /. Fish. Manage, 1 5(2):42fl-439. 

1995. FR 40(3) 

|Unlv. Nev., 1000 Valley Rd, Reno 8951 2| 

95-006232 Overton, C. Kerry; Gwynne L. Chandler and Janice A. Pisano. NORTHERN/INTERMOUNTA1N 
REGIONS' FISH HABITAT INVENTORY: GRAZED, RESTED, AND UNGRAZED REFERENCE STREAM REACHES, 
SILVER KING CREEK, CALIFORNIA. U.S. For. Setv. Gen, Tech. Rep. INT No. 311. 27p. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Inlermt. Res, Sin., Enhancing Fish Habitats Res. Work Unit, Boise, ID] 

95-006233 Penczak, T. FOOD CONSUMPTION BY FISH POPULATIONS IN THE WARTA RIVER, POLAND, 
BEFORE AND AFTER IMPOUNDMENT. Hydrobiologia 302(1}:47-61. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Dcp. Ecol. & Vertebr. Zool,, Univ. Lodz, 90-237 Lodz, Banacha 12/16, Poland] Data for 17 species. 

95-006234 Pyle, Micliael T. BEYOND FISH LADDERS: DAM REMOVAL AS A STRATEGY FOR RESTORING 
AMERICA'S RIVERS. Stanford Environ. Law I. 14(1 ):97-143. 1995. FR 40(3) 
(McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen, San Francisco, CA] 

95-006235 Quiros, Rolando. LA PLATA RIVER BASIN (SOUTH AMERICA) DEVELOPMENT AND 
ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS ON FISH ASSEMBLAGES. Program Issue: Program and Abstracts, 14th International 
Symposium, North American Lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 3} -November 5, 1994. Roger 
W. Bachmann, lohn R. Jones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):106. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Sec. Agric., Livestock & Fish., INIDEP, Paseo Colon 982, A. Jardin, 1063 Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
tel:541-349-2321j 

95-006236 Rickard, William H., Jr. and Robert H. Gray. THE HANFORD REACH OF THE COLUMBIA RIVER: 
A REFUGE FOR FISH AND RIVERINE WILDLIFE AND PLANTS IN EASTERN WASHINGTON. Nat. Areas I. 

-74. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Gray: Environ. Prot. Dep,, Battelle-Pantex, P.O. Box 30020, Amarillo, TX 791 77] Oncor/iynchus tsriawyfsc/ia, 
O. mykiss, Micropterus dolomieu, and Acipenser transmontanus. 

9S-006237 Rinne, Jolin N. THE EFFECTS OF FIRE AND ITS MANAGEMENT ON SOUTHWESTERN (USA) 
FISHES AND AQUATEC HABITATS. Program Issue: Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North 
American Lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 31 -November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, lohn 
RJoncs, Robert H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):108. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[U.S. For. Serv., Rocky Mt. For. & Range Exp. Stn., Southwest For. Sci. Complex, 2500S. Pineknoll Dr., Flagstaff, 
AZ 06001.. tel:602-556-2001; fax:602-5S6-2130] Salvelinus fontinalls, Oncorhynchus mykiss, and O. gilae in 
Arizona and New Mexico. 

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95-006238 Sheppard ] D RESTORATION OF NEW YORK WATERSHEDS IN THE 1990 s: THE FEDIRAV 
HYDROPOwS ^LICENSING PROGRAM. Program and Ablets, Tne Ne* York Na ? ral ^r Of yCo,^ce. 
June 20-22, 1 990. Dante/ P. Mo/Jo/, compiler. N.Y. State Mus. Ore. 54:48. 1 990. FR 40(3) 

95-006239 Sieved C A and L A Walsh. CHAOBORUS IN ACID LAKES: SPECIES OCCURRENCE, UfE 

HtSTOJ!^ 

29-May 1, 1992. Gordon C. Tucfcer, editor. N.V. Stale Mus. Ore 54:66. 1992. f-K 4U(J) 

95-006240 Starnes, Lynn B. and Don C. Gasper. AFS DRAFT POSITION STATEMENT SURFACE MINING 
EFFECTS OF SURFACE MINING ON AQUATIC RESOURCES IN NORTH AMERICA, fis/ienes (flclhert*] 

^F-i^ 

95-006241 TKlaff, Ludwik A. and Eileen Todalf. RESTORING RIVER AND LAKE BASIN ECOSYSTEMS. Nai 

fiesour. ;. 3 4(4}:9 05-932. 1994. FR 40(3) 

IFordham Univ. School Law, Bronx, NY 10458] 

95-006242 Wichert, Gordon A. EFFECTS OF IMPROVED SEWAGE EF FLUENT MANAGEMENT AND 
URBANIZATION ON FISH ASSOCIATIONS OF TORONTO STREAMS. W. Am. 1. Fish. Manage. 1 5l2].fl H>t 

. Studies, Univ. Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 1A41 Data for 39 species In Canada. 



. ^ARACTER.SnCS OF LEISURE FISHING IN NORWAY 
IMPLICATIONS FOR FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. The fifth IrXerna.ional . ^P^^^ 
Management: Dealing Research, Education, andManagemenI Partnerships Among Na ^f Rour 
Coforado State U/t/versity, Fort Co/lins, Colorado, )une 7-10, 1994. Book trf Abstracts, lennfcr Palo, 
p. 98. 1994. FR 40(1) 

(East. Norway Res. Insl., P.O. Box 1066 Skurva, N-2600 Lillehammer, Norway] 

95-OOb244 Aas, Oystein; Bjorn Kaltenborn and Nick Sanyal. UNDERSTANDING CONSUMPTIVENtSS; 
CONCEPTUAL, MEASUREMENT AND ANALYTICAL CONSIDERATIONS OF/N EMERGING CONC-UHN 
SPORT FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. The Fifth tatemalfonar Symposium on Society and ^ource Mw ^ er 
Oeatrng Research, Education, and Management Partnerships Among Natural Resource P^ s a * in , 
Stale University, Forl Col/ins, Colorado, /une 7-10, 1994. Book of Abstracts. Jennifer Pate, coordrnalor. p. J J- i w 
FR 40(3] 

(Norwegian Insl. Nat. Res., Faberggalen 106, N-2600 Ullehammer, Norway] 

95*06245 Axfar4S.SOMEFACTORS AFFECTING ANGLING CATCHES IN YORKSHIRE RIVEIXa 
Sampling Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers from ihciympoauin, 
of Hufl, UK, 2-6 Aprif 1 990. Jan C. Cowx, editor, p. 1 43-1 53. 1 991 . FR 40(3) 
Data for 13 species in England. 



95-006246 Berlces, F.; A. Hughes; P. ). George; R. J. Preslon; B. D. Cummins and |. Turner. THE I'^ISTENp 
OF ABORIGINAL LAND USE: FISH AND WILDLIFE HARVEST AREAS IN THE HUDSON AND JAMfcb WA 
LOWLAND, ONTARIO. Arctic 48(1):8V93. 1995. In English with French summ. FR 40(3) 
[Nat Resour, Insl., Univ. Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3T 2N2) 

95-006247 Bertulio, Enrique. [MINCED FISH AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO INDUSTRIAL DIVERSIPIt: ATIOI> 
Rev. Tecnol. Aliment. Pesq, No. 4. p. 2-6. 1991. In Spanish. FR 40(3) 

Ufopfiycis cirrata, Percophis brasi'llensis, Hefico/enus dacty/oplerus, Umbr/na canosa/, and Mc//ue:t:/us hum 
in Uruguay. 

95-00624B Borrie, William T.; Joseph W. Roggenbuck and Pete Zwaneveld. CLIENTELE CiKOI 
DIFFERENTIATION AMONG ANGLERS ON SPECIAL VERSUS STANDARD FISHERY MANAGEMENT XON 
OF COLORADO'S ARKANSAS RIVER. The Fifth Intematfonal Symposium on Society and Resource Manaffmt 
Dealing Rejea/ch, Education, and Management Partnerships Among Natural Resource Professionals, C.nlnii 
Stale Univers/ty, Fort CoHins, Colorado, June 7-10, 1994. Book of Abslracts. Jennifer Pate, coordroaior |), I 
1994.FR40J3) 

IDep. For,, VP1&SU, Blacksburg, VA 240611 



CasalesFiKnles,]oseR.;Eugenio'MeanaSarinana and Francisco Casarez Borbon.|PKOOUCTl 
0i LT A ^ LE , SNACKS FROM BYCAT CH IN SHRIMP AND SQUID FISHERIES.] Rev. Tecnof Aliment. /'<.'s<|. Ni 
p. 35-53. 1991. In Spanish. 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

HARVEST, CREEL CENSUS, ETC (Continued) ^ ^^ ^^ TQ N B|ASES 

95-006250 Connelly, Nancy A- and To mm y ^ QUEST , ONNA1RES . The mh (nternalfonaJ Symposmm on 

ASSOCIATED WITH 12^ 

Societyand Resource Managemem_ Y' 6 Co/orado, June 7-10, 1994. Book of Ausiracts. 

Resource P/ofwstaiafe Co/orado Suite umrew y- 

lennifer P,.e, f 00 ^ ^ 1 ^ Dep . Nat. Lour., Femow Hall, Cornell Univ, Ithaca, NY 14853-3001 1 

|Human .mensio , PREFERENCES FOR PRESENTATION OF 

95-006251 Connelly -Nancy A. and Bartar ^A Nor|h Amer( . cgn Symp o S(Um on 5 n ^.J" d 

CRFJVT LAKES HEALTH ^'^J^May ,7-20, 7992, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. Wary 
Mi S fon, rC coord?nator. p. 2-3. 1992. FR 40(3) 

- AK.^ICO rATrw nATA TO EXAMINE POTENTIAL FISHERY 
i f^ THE USE Or ANtjUtK L,AiL-n \jf\ir\ r ^i/~-i &MI~\ r^arrh Ff/ortSsmD/inE 1 

MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS IN THE LOWER ^R p r rom ' (rie Symposium, University of" Hull 

lvl "' . . .._!:_..;,, n (VflcfnvafermneriesrvjaridBeiiii-iii. i apc-;- 



- l -' tt '* 



,5-006254 Dann, Shari L. and R. Ben I Peylon .ASSESS ^^ ^ pARTNERS H,p S . Ite Fffth 



, edfor, p 115-120. 1994 & Oncorhy(ldius ^fcfes and Sa/mo 



(PKCES: ISTIOPHORIDAE), I , Honolulu %822 ] 

(Coop. Fish. Res. Unit * De p.Zool. ( Umv. Hawaii, T. pREDlCTlNC A NT,F.SHlh 

,5-006259 FuUon^avldC.MichaenManfr^^VV^ 
*WK.A*..Soc.Au.M^Absr^^ 



*'^ E 



151 
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HARVEST, CREEL CENSUS, ETC. (Continued) 



Anderson ; Michael Willia ; George E. Morgan and Mfchad Conlo* 

rasrai r ?J?!5I HING MANAGEMENT SCENARIOS IN THE FRENCH RIVER SYSTEM 

r c CE EXPERIMENT AND AN INTERACTIVE DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM The fr l 

eitTT? V, C '' ely '"n Re , S UrCC M3 ^ement: Creating Research, Education, andAta^wtfrt 
BnS f^/Th ? *'?' Re *T Ce Pmf ^ionak Colorado State Un/vwsily, fort Coffin* Cotoo, ftme MO. 
. Boo* oMbsfracts, /ermi/erPale, coordinator, p. 11 1. 1994, FR 40(3) 
[Ontario Mmlst. Nal. Resour,, 955 Oliver Rd., Thunder Bay, ON, Canada P7B 5E1] 

SPECIALIZATION: STRATEGIES FOR UNDERSTANDING 
ANGLING PUBLIC. Am. Fish. Sac. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 124. p. 133-13-1. 1W. 

|Univ. Fla., P.O. Box 1 18209, Gainesville 3261 1-8209. tel:904-392-4048| 

Hira V ama ' [A STUDY ON REASONABLE INCOME DISTHIilUTION 
.I/. 7ofcyo Un,V. fis/,. 8l(1):1-6. 1994.ln]apane Se wil.h Engtishsuma 



|Lab. Fish. Res. Manage. Syst., Tokyo Univ. Fish., 5-7, Konan 4 cliotne, Minalo-ku, Tokyo 108, Japan] 

n Velez and Victor Ri^deneira. [PRAWN FISHERY BYCATQ1 AND 



nr, . 

. R 40(3 RESOURCE 'l Rev - Tec '- ****- ^- No. 4. p. 81-100. 1 991 . In 

Tnc/i//ui nilens, ftionoiia slep/tanop/rrys, Micropogonias allipinnis, 3nd dala for 1 21 olfict spcdu in 



jFinnish For. R. Inst., loensuu Res. Stn., P.O. Box 68, SF-801 01 Joensuu, Finland! 



P ' Cibbs and Tmolh y ' Wohl 8enanl. CANADIAN PERCEI'IIONS OF 

iv,i ii , - e - :-30. 1995. FR 40(3) 

lYale Umv, School For. & Environ. Studies, 205 Prospect St., New Haven, CT 0651 1 ] 

Mkumb - A PiLOT SAMPLING SURVEY FOR MONITORING TH( 
} FISHERY IN SOUTHERN LAKE VICTORIA (EAST AFRICA), tirrt 
in te^ler Fisheries Management. Papers from (hn Sy 
- lan C ~ Cow ^ ^Itor. p. 349-360, 1 991 . FR 40(3} 
icus, Oar/as gar/ep; nus , and Bagrus docmac. 



. 

AMONG TROUTANnKl? A ""r-^ R ' Craefe ' RECREATIONAL SPECIALIZATION AND CONSTRAINT! 

e Pa Sl^Un ^*^- ^ /"""- Meet.AD.tr. No. 124. p. 134. 1994. FR 40(3} 
. p a . Slate Univ., 201 Mateer Bldg., University Park 1 6802-1 307. tel:81 4-863-8986] 



fSHERY IN LAKE CONSTANCE (BODENSEE), <: a ,ch 



op ' N TERPERSONAL COMMUNICATKJN -N 

1 ASTUDY OF GEO ^IA SALTWATER ANGLERS. W.c- 



,, . 

no f ou . rce ^ ana F men ' : Creat/n e^searcri, WucaJfoa nm/ W.in.i^mrrr 

. o ac Prafes , S ' OI7a/s ' Co/orac/0 State L/n/Vers/ty, Torf Co//,n S , Co/oK/o, ftiw 7Jfl 

(Dep.Horticu U for K^? wrf ' na ' or -P ll21 ' 1994 '' : R 40(3) 

Ur " KanS ' ^^ UnlV " Manha1 ' 



FISHERIES MAKAK^'A^i^nF ^^ OFSOCIALJUDGEMENTTHEORYTO MARINE 

Symposwm on Society and Rwoumiw-, n BORGIA _ SALTWATER ANGLERS, The ftwrrf Wo/I/I rtniwtoi 
M *^W^*LyJwS^^ /7 ' 20 ' ' 9J2 ' Un/wnfiy.rflW.cnr.^ 

SPORT nSHER^^]^ jnC- Mangun. THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF THE LAKE MICHIGAN 

" 5oc/e( >' and "^source MaruBcmcnf: floofc rf 
n, W/scons/n. Mary Miron, cooitflnator. p. 10. 1992. 



Bin ^ aite^ 

Manchester, VT 05254] ' ed ' Ot ' 5 - P- ] 45 ' 1 46 - 1 994 ' FR 40{3) 



I9 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

HARVEST, CREEL CENSUS, ETC. (Continued) 

95-006275 Picket!, C. D. and M. G. Pawson. A LOGBOOK SCHEME FOR MONITORING FISH STOCKS; AN 
EXAMPLE FROM THE UK BASS (DtCENTRARCHUS LABRAX L) FISHERY. Catch Effort Sampling Strategies: Their 
Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers (mm the Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April 
1 990. /a/i G. Covvx, editor, p. 262-274. 1991 . FR 40(3) 

95-006276 Rabuor, C. O. CATCH AND EFFORT SAMPLING TECHNIQUES AND THEIR APPLICATION IN 
FRESHWATER FISHERIES MANAGEMENT: WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO LAKE VICTORIA, KENYAN 
WATERS. Catch Effort Sampling Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers from the 
Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April 1990. Ian C. Cowx, editor, p. 373-381. 1991. FR 40(3) 
iates niloticus, Tilapia, and Engraulicypris argentea. 

95-006277 Riechers, Robin K. and Gene R. Wilde. HUMAN DIMENSIONS STUDIES CONDUCTED BY STATE 
AND PROVINCIAL FISHERIES MANAGEMENT AGENCIES DURING 1992-1993. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. 
Abxr. No. 1 24. p. 1 35. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Parks & Wildl. Dep., Austin, TX 78744. tel:51 2-389-4645] 

95-006278 Sanyal, Nick; Oystein Aas and Bjorn Kaltenborn, CONSUMPTIVE ORIENTATION OF ANGLERS 
IN IDAHO, U.S.A., AND NORWAY: A CROSS-CULTURAL EXAMINATION OF AN EMERGING CONCEPT IN 
SPORT FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. The Fifth International Symposium on Society and Resource Management: 
Creating Research, Education, and Management Partnerships Among Natural Resource Professionals, Colorado 
Stale University, Fort Collins, Colorado, lune 7-10, 1994. Book of Abstracts. )ennifer Pate, coordinator, p. 1 26-1 27, 
1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Resour. Recreation & Tourism, Univ. Idaho, Moscow 83844-1139] 

95-006279 Schorr, Mark S.; Jaysingh Sah; Dean F. Schreiner; Michael R. Meador and Loren G. Hill. REGIONAL 
ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE LAKE TEXOMA (OKLAHOMA-TEXAS) STRIPED BASS FISHERY, fisheries 
(Bethesda)2Q(5):14-18, 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Biol. & Environ. Sci., Univ. Tenn., 615 McCallie Ave., Chattanooga 37403. tel:615-755-4149; 
e-mai1:mschorr@utcvm.utc.edu| Morons saxatilis. 

95-006280 Schurman, Rachel. THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF NEO-LIBERAL ECONOMIC POLICIES: 
THE CASE OF THE FISHING INDUSTRY IN SOUTHERN CHILE. The Fourth North American Symposium on 
Society and Resource Management: Book of Abstracts, May 17-20, 1992, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 
Wisconsin. Mary Miron, coordinator, p. 1 1. 1992. FR 40(3) 

95-006281 Secretaria de Pesca. [FISHERY STATISTICS ANNUAL: 1 988.] Anu. Estadistico Pesca (Mexico, D.F.) 
1 988. 350p. 1 990. In Spanish. FR 40(3) 

95-006282 Siaw-Yang, Yap. CATCH EFFORT SAMPLING DATA INVOLVING INDIGENOUS GEARS IN BUKIT 
MERAH RESERVOIR, MALAYSIA: A RE-EVALUATION. Catch Effort Sampling Strategies: Their Application in 
Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers from the Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April 1990. Ian G. Cowx, 
editor, p. 361-372, 1991 . FR 40(3) 

95-006283 Stevens, Thomas H.; Ronald J. Glass and Thomas A. More. ETHICS AND CONTINGENT 
VALUATION: A CASE STUDY OF ATLANTIC SALMON RESTORATION. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 
124. p. 3. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep, Resour. Econ,, Univ. Mass., 226 Draper Hall, Amherst 01003. lel:41 3-545-5853] Sa/mosa/ar in New 
England. 

95-006284 Summers, Greg L. STATEWIDE SURVEY OF OKLAHOMA SPORT ANGLERS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. 
Meet. Ahstr. No, 1 24. p. 1 36. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Fish. Res. Lab,, Dep. Wildl. Conserv., 500 E. Constellation, Norman, OK 73072. tel:405-325-7288] 

95-006285 Vaske, Jerry ].; Douglas D. Covey; Michael J. Manfredo and Robin Knox. MANAGEMENT 
IMPLICATIONS OF RESPONSE BIASES IN ANGLER SURVEYS. -Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 32. 
1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Colo. State Univ., Fort Collins 80523] 

95-006286 Whittington, Dale; Glenn Cassidy; Deborah Amaral; Elizabeth McClelland; Hua Wang and Christine 
Poulos. THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF IMPROVING THE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY OF GALVESTON BAY. 
Gaiveston Bay Nat/. Estuary Program Publ. GBNEP-38. 292p. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Environ. Sci. & Eng., Univ. N.C., Chapel Hill 27514] 

95-006287 Wolos, A. ANGLERS' OPINIONS AS TO THE QUALITY OF THE FISHING AND THE FISHERY 
MANAGEMENT IN SELECTED POLISH WATERS. Catch Effort Sampling Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater 
Fisheries Management. Papers from the Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April 1990, Ian G. Cowx, editor. 
p. 134-142. 1991. FR 40(3) 

Esox lucius, Scardinlus eiythrophlhalmus, Coregonus lavaretus, and data for eight other species. 

FR40(3) 153 199S 



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REGULATIONS 



reen Slate Univ., Bowling Green, OH 43402) 
tsox maHjuiniwigy.. ldu ' son ' Wisconsin. Ma/y Mron, coordinator, p. 8-9. mi tR *>} 






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in _ ' ""' *"* l_A I HwJ LI . "viJWIV I It- S FATlr^ki * n\Y , . ._ 

&$S^& Consa^'^Y' ^U A M^^^^ARY^DMOBILE ELECTROFISHINGfGJi 

q * *-** LdO v 500 F r^nn^i^h < ' *^- "*ft ^Ulji 

l " ^vr)SlOIF3llnh Nfni'mi.. f-^if .-__ * 

3^<X258 HJtmj- "omnan, OK 73072] Pyhdictis oAvart , n 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

MARKING AND TAGGING (Continued) 

95-006299 Martin, Steven W.; John A. Long and Todcl N. Pearsons. COMPARISON OF SURVIVAL, GONAD 
DEVELOPMENT, AND GROWTH BETWEEN RAINBOW TROUT WITH AND WITHOUT SURGICALLY 
IMPLANTED DUMMY RADIO TRANSMITTERS. N. Am. 1. Fish. Manage. 15(2}:494-498. 1995. FR 10(3) 
[Dcp. fish & Wildl., 600 Capitol Way N., Olympia, WA 98501 1 Oncor/iyncftus mykiss. 

95-006300 Osborne, Randall and Phillip W.Bettoli, A REUSABLEULTRASONICTAC AND FLOAT ASSEMBLY 
FOR USE WITH LARGE PELAGIC FISH. N. Am. I. Fish. Manage. 1 5(2}:51 2-514. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Coop. Fish. Res. Unit, Tenn. Technol. Univ., Cookeville 38505] Morone saxai/7/s in Tennessee. 

95-006301 Rojas Beltran, Ricardo; Alexis Champigneulle and Geoffrey Vincent. MASS-MARKING OF BONE 
TISSUE OF COREGONUS LAVAREJUS L. AND ITS POTENTIAL APPLICATION TO MONITORING THE 
SPATIO-TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF LARVAE, FRY AND JUVENILES OF LACUSTRINE FISHES. Space 
Partition Within Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Limnology and 
Oceanography Held in Evian, France, May 25-23, 1993. Gerard Balvay, editor. Hydrobiologia Vol. 300/301. 
p. 399407. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[INRA, Inst. Limnol., Sin. Hydrobiol. Lacustre, 75 Ave. deCorzenl, B.P. 511, 74203 Thonon-les-Bains, France) 

95-006302 Timmons, Tom J. and Mark H. Howell. RETENTION OF ANCHOR AND SPAGHETTI TAGS BY 
PADDLEFISH, CATFISHES, AND BUFFALO FISHES. N. Am, I. Fish. Manage. 15(2):504-506. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Hancock Biol. Stn., Murray State Univ., Box 9, Murray, KY 42071-0009] Polyodon spathula, Ictiobus 
cyprinellus, t. bubatus, Iclalwus punctatus, and /. furcatt/s in Kentucky. 

STOCKING AND INTRODUCTIONS 

95-006303 Balon, Eugene K. ORIGIN AND DOMESTICATION OF THE WILD CARP, CYPRINUS CARPIO: 
FROM ROMAN GOURMETS TO THE SWIMMING FLOWERS. The Carp. Proceed/rigs of the Second 
Aquacutture-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest, Hungary, 6-9 September 7 993. R. 8/7/ard and G. A. L Gall, 
editors. Aquaculture 129(1-4):3-4fl. 1995, FR 40(3) 

|lnst. Ichthyol. & Dep. Zool., Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1] C. c otrp/o and Adpenser 
nnhenus in Hungary and C c. /laematoplerus. 

95-00&304 Beaudou, Dominique; Agnes De Robert and P. Berrebi. (TROUT (SALMO JRUTTA FARtO) 
STOCKING PRACTICES IN FRENCH MEDITERRANEAN REGION: CASE OF THE ORB BASIN (HERAULT).] Bull. 
Fr. Peche Piscic. No. 332. p. 73-82. 1 994. tn French with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Berrebi: Lab. Genome & Popul,, CNRS URA 1493, Univ. Montpellier II, PI. Eugene Bataillon, 34095 
Montpellier Cedex 5, France] Data for 1 1 species in France. 

95-006305 Cassani, John R.; Ernesto Lasso de la Vega and Holly Allaire. AN ASSESSMENT OF TRIPLOID 
GRASS CARP STOCKING RATES IN SMALL WARMWATER IMPOUNDMENTS. Program Issue: Program and 
Abstracts, 1 4th International Symposium, North American Lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 
3 J -November 5, J994, Roger IV. Sac/imann, lohn R. Jones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake 
Reservoir Manage. 9(2):63. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Lee Cly. Hyacinth Control Dist., P.O. Box 60005, Fort Myers, FL 33906] Oenop/taryngoc/on idella in Florida. 

95-006306 Collis, Ken; Roy E. Beaty and Bradford R. Grain. CHANGES IN CATCH RATE AND DIET OF 
NORTHERN SQUAWFISH ASSOCIATED WITH RELEASE OF HATCHERY-REARED JUVENILE SALMONIDS IN 
A COLUMBIA RIVER RESERVOIR. N. Am. /. Fish. Manage. 1 5(2):346-357. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Comm., 729 N.E. Oregon, Suite 200, Portland, OR 97232] Plychochei/us 
oregoncnsis and Oncorhynchus in Washington, 

95-006307 Corn, Robert P. HATCHERY PRODUCTION PROGRAM FOR THE KLAMATH AND TRINITY 
RIVERS. Ktamatb Basin Fisheries Symposium; Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Eureka, California, 23-2<l March 
1994. Thomas/. Hassler, editor, p. 145-147. 1994. FR 40(3} 

[Dep. Fish & Game, 601 Locust St., Redding, CA96001 ) Oncor/iync/tus kisutch, O. mykiss, and O. tsbawy'sc/ta 
in California. 

95-006308 Courtenay, Walter R., Jr. A HISTORY OF FISH INTRODUCTIONS, WITH EMPHASIS ON NORTH 
AMERICA. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 10. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Blot. 3d, Fla. All. Univ., Boca Raton 33431-0991. tel:407-367-3331| 

95-006309 Crisp, D. T. DISPERSAL AND GROWTH RATE OF 0-GROUP SALMON (SALMO SALAR L.} FROM 
POINT-STOCKING TOGETHER WITH SOME INFORMATION FROM SCATTER-STOCKING. Ecol. Freshwater 
Fish 4[1):1-8. 1995. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(3) 

[N.E.R.C. Inst, Freshwater Ecol., c/o "The Bungalow," Boldron, Barnard Castle, Co. Durham DL12 9RQ, 
England) 

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T< " w i w *' es ^ ^ N^ 

FR 40(3) <-"J./vain/. Lnveffi and Peter S. JWa/tfond, editors. Blot. Conserv. 72(2)31 1-119. 1H> 

[Sin. Biol. Tour du Valat, Le Sambuc, 1 3200 Aries, France! Data for 70 species 

B'OMAM,PULAT,ON TOOL. ^ ^. * 



^' Brid8e H; * Y 13030 ' * 
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FR 40(3) IN W1<E SUPERI R- Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. A6str. No. 1 24. p. 18 1. 193* 

" Ann Arbor ' Ml "8105-2899. 



COMPETIT.ON AND DOW 
STOCKED BROOK TROUT. Am. Fish. Soc fon* Ht . 



Abstr. No. 124. p. 96. 1 994 FR 40(3) 

S S,'S^ n -- 

osus i n Maine. sawo'c/es, fsox n/gec, Perca flavescens, Ame/urus nebulosus, and 



BETTOR O^'SSjUWNILE WWONSs E f ^ F HAT ? HERY RELEASES N THE ABUNDANCE AND 
SiecJhead Traui m ,te WenaSwe fi/S - S?* i ' ^T a ^ Wnter co/o ^ ^^renite Chinook Satow .^ 

Pu6fe 



95-006315 Hillman, T. 



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and O. mykiss. 

BOWTROUT/s HAB ' TAT USE ' AN VERLAI> OF Wl - 

X Do^S!; r Vet ' ! Vaj/> ^ ton - ^K^ornocS^m^M^l^. 
urn. uon Lhapman Consultants, Inc. p. 109-155. 1989. FR 40(3) 

WKE^Tte'^^ 

"-"6"wu: BOOK o/ Abstracts Mav i?' 100? ,, A ericsn Symposium on Society and Rwtn-rr* 
coofdinalor. p .7^.i992. F R40('3) t/niveraty of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. Maty Miiv. 

IN ARKANSAS^EsVR^S-l?^ STOCKING OF LARGFMOUIrt 

No- 124. p. 180. 1994. FR 40{3 AS N AND RESE ^OIR TYPE. Am. Fish. Soc. Anna. Mr* 

ep. Systematic &F.co!,Univ Kans L aw n AL^r 

uiw, nans., Lawrence 6604S-2108. 161:913-864-3325) Mtcroplertn satmoldtt. 

^^^'^NCNASEfa/OND^OSrOMAW/l^SJWITIIIN 

9WM6319 Hutson Pa, L . ,,, . 

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STOCKING AND INTRODUCTIONS (Continued) 

95-006322 McMenemy, James R. SURVIVAL OF ATLANTIC SALMON FRY STOCKED AT LOW DENSITY IN 
THE WEST RIVER, VERMONT, N. Am. I. Fish. Manage. 15(2);366-374. 1995. FR 40(3) 
jDep. Fish & Wildl., R.R. 1, Box 33, Norlh Springfield, VT 051 50] 5a/mo sa/ar. 

95-006323 Minckley, W. L. TRANSLOCATION AS A TOOL FOR CONSERVING IMPERILED FISHES: 
EXPERIENCES IN WESTERN UNITED STATES. Special Issue: Endemic Freshwater Fishes of the Northern 
Mediterranean Region - Based on a Workshop at the Biological Station of Tour du Valat, Carnargue Area, France, 
28 /ant/airy to I February, 1 993. Alain I. Crivelli and Peter S. Mail/and, editors. Biol. Conserv. 72(2):297-309. 1 995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zool. & Cent. Environ. Studies, Ariz. Slate Univ., Tempe 85287-1501] 

95-006324 Muchlri, S. M. and P. Hickley. THE FISHERY OF LAKE NAIVASHA, KENYA. Catch Effort Sampling 
Strategics: Their Application in Fieshwater Fisheries Management. Papers from the Symposium, University of Hull, 
UK, 2-6 April 1990. tan C. Com, editor, p. 382-392. 1991. FR 40(3) 

Aplocheilichtftys antinorii, Barbus amphigrsrnma, Micropterus salmoides, Tilapia leucoslicta, T. zilli, and data 
for six other species. 

95-006325 Pawson, M. G. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CATCH, EFFORT AND STOCK SIZE IN 
PUT-ANDTAKE TROUT FISHERIES, ITS VARIABILITY AND APPLICATION TO MANAGEMENT. Catch Effort 
Sampling Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers from the Symposium, University 
of Hull UK, 2-6 April 1990. Ian C. Cowx, editor, p. 72-80. 1991. FR 40(3) 
5afmo trutta and Oncor/iynchus mykiss in England. 

95-006326 Plsano, Mark S. FINAL REPORT: EVALUATION OF POND REARING OF CHINOOK SALMON 
PROJECT (5.1 2) (MODIFICATION NO. 1 ). Klamath River Fish. Resour. Off. Pub/. 89(5.1 2)B: 4p. 1 993, FR 40(3) 
(Dep. Fish & Game, 215 Humbug Rd., Yreka, CA 96097] Oncorhyncnus tshaivylscna in California. 

95-006327 Raibley, Paul T.; Douglas Blodgelt and Richard E. Sparks, EVIDENCE OF GRASS CARP 
(CTENOPHARYNGODON IDELLA) REPRODUCTION IN THE ILLINOIS AND UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVERS. I. 
Freshwater Ecol. 1 0(1 ):65-74. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Nal, Hist. Surv., LTRMP Havana Field Sin., 704 N. Schrader Ave., Havana, IL 62644] 

95-006328 Richardson, Carol A.; Alan Heft and Leon Fewlass. MOVEMENT OF DISPLACED UPPER 
CHESAPEAKE BAY RADIO-TAGGED LARGEMOUTH BASS (MICROPTERUS SALMOIDES) AFTER RELEASE AT 
SPORTFISHING TOURNAMENT WEIGH-IN LOCATIONS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 35. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Nal. Re sour-Freshwater Fish., Unicorn Lake Work Cent., P.O. Box 326, Millington, MD 21651. 
tel:4 10-920-36431 

95'OOG329 Ruesink, Jennifer L.; Ingrid M. Parker; Martha ). Groom and Peter M. Kareiva. REDUCING THE 
RISKS OF NONINDIGENOUS SPECIES INTRODUCTIONS. BfoSctence 45(7):465-477. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Zool., Univ. Wash., Seattle 98195-1800! 

95-006330 Secor, D. H.; E. D. Houde and D, M, Monteleone. A MARK-RELEASE EXPERIMENT ON LARVAL 
STRIPED GASS MORONE SAXATILIS IN A CHESAPEAKE BAY TRIBUTARY. Inl Counc. Exphr. Sea /. Mar. Sri. 
52(1);87-101. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Chesapeake Biol. Lab., Cent. Environ. & Estuar. Studies, Univ. Md. Syst., P.O. Box 38, Solomons 20688J 

95-006331 Spauldlng, J. S,; T. W. Hillman and J. S, Griffith. HABITAT USE, GROWTH, AND MOVEMENT OF 
CHINOOK SALMON AND STEELHEAD IN RESPONSE TO INTRODUCED COHO SALMON. In: Summer and 
Winter Ecology of Juvenile Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Trout in the Wena(c/iee River, Washington. Final Report 
to Chelsn County Public Utility District, Washington, June 1 989. Don Chapman Consultants, Inc. p. 1 56-208. 1 989. 
FR 40(3) 

OncorfiyjicJius mykiss, O. (snawytsdia, and O. klsutch. 

95-006332 Sungkasem, Panit and Siri Tookwinas. SEAFARMING AND SEARANCHING IN THAILAND. 
Proceedings of the Sem/nar-Wor&nop on Aquaculture Development in Southeast Asia and Prospects for 
Seafarmins and SearancWng, Ihilo City, Philippines, 19-23 August 1991 F. iacanilao, R. M. Coloso, and C. F. 
Quinitio, editors, p. 1 22-1 28. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Rayong Coaslal Aquacult. Stn., Rayong Province, Thailand] 

95-006333 Terlizzi, Daniel E.; Ronald). Klauda and Frances P. Cresswell, DEVELOPMENT OF A REGIONAL 
POLICY FOR THE PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF NON-INDIGENOUS AQUATIC SPECIES: THE 
CHESAPEAKE BASIN EXPERIENCE. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr, No. 1 24, p. 1 76. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Univ. Md. Sea Grant Ext., NOAA Chesapeake Bay Program Off., 410 Severn Ave., Suite 107-A, Annapolis 
21403, lel:410-260-1871] 

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jcal/ 0n m Freshwater ft/,e;/ e s Manaw^n* pJ t LOVAKIA. Catch Wort 5ampffn B Strategies: P-: 
fan C. Cow,, //,. p lOWol * !?gj T F R ^3) J *P M ^ Un/vm.^ of f Aift Uft 3-6 ff 



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'. DIFFERENTIAL RETURN RATES OF WALLEYJi SAMPLED ti 

I^Jreat Lakes Indian Fish & WilHl''^^' 1 "' ' L ' Meet ~ Abstr - No - 125 - P- f>^f>7. 199-1. f R 40(31 
95006343 ri,, ' C0mm " danah ' Wl S48 61| St/zostec/tan Uremn in Wisconsin 

.._. -, -^- COMPAQ BETWEEN A M|N| m: N , T AND ., 

Infnrm s c R| vt. Long /erm Resour. Moult Proaram 0'1-SCHIB 12? 

' ' StS ?, ^/' D R yal Rd " s Pringfleld, VA 2 2 1 6 1 . FR 40(3 ) 
Monitoring Sin., 206 Rose St., Bellevue, IA 5203 1 ] 

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95-006348 Kadilnikov, Y. V. and N. M. Ivanovo. [THEORETICAL MODEL OF TRAWL COD-END SELECTIVITY.) 
[Fisheries Researches in the Atlantic and and Southern Pacific Oceans. Collected Volume of Scientific Papers.} 
fisheries Committee of the Russian Federation, p. 218-243, 260. 1993. In Russian wilh English summ. FR 40(3) 

95-006349 Kreiberg, Henrik and John Blackburn. PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES TO MIGRATING 
AOULTSOCKEYESALMONOFSHORT-TERMCILLNET ENTANGLEMENTS. High Performance Fish: Proceedings 
Of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of Stilish Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, 
luty 16-21 1994. Don D. MacKinlay, editor, p. 416-420. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Aquacu1t. Div,, Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Pac. Biol. Sin., Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6. tel: 604-7 5 6-701 9; 
fax: 604-756-7053] Oncor/iynchus nerka in Canada. 

95-006350 Mel'nlkov, V. N. (ON CHOOSING THE PARAMETERS OF TRAWL FRONT PART ENVELOPES.) In: 
Commetcial Fishery Technology. Fishing and Hydmbiontic Behaviour: Theoretic*/ and PraclfcaMspecis. Collected 
Papers. E.A. Karpenko, editor, p. 129-141, 230. 1993. In Russian wilh English summ. FR 40(3) 

95-006351 Merrier, John V.; ). Braun; A. J. Chester; F. A, Cross; S. P. Epperly and P. A. Tester. USE OF AVHRR 
(SST) IMAGERY TO BENEFIT US. SUMMER FLOUNDER FISHERY MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION OF 
SEATURTLESMm.fisft.5oc.Annu.Meet.-Abslr.No.124.p.37.1994.FR40(3) .,,... 

INMFS-SEFSC, 101 Pivers Island Rd, Beaufort, NC 28516. tel:91 9-728-8708] Parallclnhys dentatus in Virginia 
and North Carolina. 

95-006352 Misund, Ole Arve and Arvid K. Beltestad. SURVIVAL OF HERRING AFTER SIMULATED NET 
BURSTS AND CONVENTIONAL STORAGE IN NET PENS. Fish. Res. (AmsL) 22(3,4}:293-297. 1995. FR 40(3) 

tlnst Mar. Res., Fish Capture Div., P.O. Box 1870, N-5024 Bergen, Norway! Clupea harengus. 

0-5 006353 Oddsson Geir Ellen K. Pikitch; Walt Dickhoff and Daniel L Erickson. EFFECTS OF TOWING, 
SoRT?NC i AND CAGING ON PHYSIOLOGICAL STRESS INDICATORS & SURVIVAL IN TRAWL CAUGHT & 
DISCARDED PACIFIC HALIBUT (HIPPOGLOSSUS STENOLEPIS SCHMIDT 1904). High Performance Fish: 
Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at the University of British Columbia ,n Vancouver, 
Canada, July 16-21, J994. Don D. MacKlnlay, editor, p. 437-442. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[School Fish., Univ. Wash., Seallle 98103] H/ppog/ossus steno/ep/s in Alaska. 

95-006354 Sechin Y T'W I Bandura;S,W.ShibayevandV.V.BIinov.ANEWAPPROACHTOTHEANALYSIS 
OFAGESTRUCTUREOF^^^^ 

PATTERNS OF FISH CONCENTRATIONS. Catch Effort Sampling Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater 
Fisheries Management. Papers from the Symposium, University of Hull UK, 2-6 April 1 990. /an G. Cowx, editor. 
p. 285-297. 1991. FR 40(3) . . 

Adpenser ruthenus, Pelecus cuttratus, Abramis ballerus, A. brama, and St/zostedion lucioperca in Russia. 

95-006355 Shabalin, V. N. [ORIGINS OF THE FISHERY EFFECT DURING JIGGER LONCLINE LIGHT 
HARVESTING FOR SQUIDS WITH ACOUSTIC STIMULATION OF HYDROBIONTS.] In: Commercial Fishery 
Technology. Fishing and Hydroblonlic Behaviour. Theoretical and Practical Aspects. Collected Papers. E. A. 
Karpenko, editor, p. 1 63-1 77, 231 . 1 993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 

95-006356 Shevtsov, S. Ye. [SELECTIVE PROPERTIES OF TRAWLS WITH DIFFERENT MESH FORMS USED 
FOR THE ATLANTIC HERRING FISHERY.] In: Commercial Fishery Technology. Fishing and Hydroblonlic 
Behaviour: Theoretical and Practical Aspects. Collected Papers. B. A. Karpenko, editor, p, 113-118, 230. 1993. In 
Russian with English summ. FR 40(3} 
Clupea harengus. 

95-006357 Simonson, Timothy D. and John Lyons. COMPARISON OF CATCH PER EFFORT AND REMOVAL 
PROCEDURES FOR SAMPLING STREAM FISH ASSEMBLAGES. N. Am. I. Fish. Manage. 15(2);419427. 1995. 

[Dep. Nat, Resour, Bur. Fish. Manage., 101 S. Webster St., P.O. Box 7921, Madison, Wl 53707] 

95.006358 Smith, Stanley D.; Alec C. Maule and Thomas P. Poe. THE EFFECTS OF INCIDENTAL 

EIECTROFISHINC i ON ADULT SPRING CHINOOK SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS TSHAWTSCHA . High 
Performance Fish: Proceedings of an International Fish Physiology Symposium Held at df Un/wwfty of Bniish 
Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-21, 1994. Don D. MacKlntay, editor, p. 443-444. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Nail Biol. Sutv,, Pac. Northwest Nat. Sci. Cent., Columbia River Res. Lab., M.P. S.48L Cook-Underwood Rd., 
Cook, WA 98605. tel:509-538-2299; fax:509-538-2843] 

95-006359 Telialnik, O. V. [LIGHT FISHING FOR PACIFIC SALMONS.] In: Commercial Fishery Technology. 
Fishing and Hydrobiontic Behaviour: Theoretical and Practical Aspects. Collected Papers. A. Karpenko, editor. 
p. 1 80-1 82, 232. 1 993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 
Oncor/iynchus. 

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FISHING GEAR AND TECHNIQUES (Continued) 

nriSS^T 60 *, T f' ialn i' L ' V ' I PACIFIC SA LMON BEHAVIOUR IN NOVEL CONDITIONS.! In: Comment 
nsnwy lecftno/ogy. F,shing and Hyclmbiontic Behaviour: Theoretica/ and Practical Aspects. CoJfcciod flap* H. I 
A. Karpento, edftor. p. 177-179, 231. 1993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 
Oncoihynchus. 



r' r V y alerma j n ' T- T - a ^ A. L. Kroeber. "THE FISH DAM AT KE'PEL." In: Life on the MM, A Guide I 
LaJiiowa s fncfange/ed Natural Resources: Wildlife. Cart C. Thelander and Margo Crabfrec, editors. p. 30 WQ| 
1 994. Originally published 1 938, FR 40(3) 
Oncor/iyncfius. 

FERTILIZATION OF SOIL AND WATER 



--.,.. ....j-n, itJBi ^jf OVJIL rtfNL* WAI tK 

?NHQH 3 S^i vIS^U 13 " 13 "' P ' R - and R - Kaslur i Bai. BIOCAS-PLANT EFFLUENT AS AN ORGANIC FGftTILlSt 

in t . LULTURE - Bloresour ' techno/. 50(3):189-192. 1994. FR 40(3) 
catpta "' SC '" Bharathiar Univ - Coimbalore-641 046, India] Cirrhlnus milgala, labeo rohfta, nncl Cyprin 



J? 6 ? Carperiler, Siephen R.,et al. BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF EUTROPHICATION IN t-AKES, Cnvin 
i. & Technol. 29(3):784-786. 1995. FR 40(3) 

'". 68 ^ , N rlh Park St " Univ - Wis - Madison 53706. fax:608-265-23-1 
wisc.eduj Mioopterus salmoides and Notemigonus crysoleucas .in Wisconsin, 



nl FS| 6 c 3 H 4 * JA te &,^- ; J ' Olah; A ' Neza ^BalouchiandF.Pekar. THE EFFECTOR HIGH STOCKING 1JENSI' 
AnJS,^ J C r N POND COMMUNITY STRUCTURE. The Carp. Proceedings uf ihtt 5cco, 

er< A^?^' '^^ 05 """' He/d /n Bl/(/a P e5t ' Hun S af X' 6 ' 9 5ep(emfaer f99J. R. Billard mil C,. A. C. G 
edrtWiAqtiacufture l29(1-4):392-393. 1995. Abstract only. FR40{3) 

H nSs. P '' B X 47( H ' SM1 Szaivas ' Hun 8 ar yl Qprfnus carp/o, Hypophthalmlchthys rnolHrix, a 



if,>.^ Jl ' ah; F ' Pekar; S - A- Nezami-Balouchi and P. Szabo. FISH STRESS( 
Hl p? STOCKED FISH-CUM-DUCK PONDS. Jhe Carp. Proceedings of the Sect 

e c d *l ymp ! ' um ' Held in Su ^Pesf, Hungary, 6-9 Sepiembcr 199.1. /\i|uacuJ(i 
. 95. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[F.sh. Res. Insl., P.O. Box 47, H-5541 Szarvas, Hungary] 



- 5-' Eriksen " SEDIMENT RESPIRATION AND DENITRIFICATION IN INTECJRA1 
c . ^ Proceedin 8 s f the Second Aquaculture-Spomorcd Symposium, ttcti 
oly FRP) *' MarC/ 3f7C/ G ^' E - Ca ''' edit rS - ^wcu/lure 1 29tM):3B.l. 1 9 

[Inst. Biol., Univ. Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark] Tilapia and Cyprinus carpio. 



' ' ' nc 

Una. Aquac.1t, Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Sco.land] Cyprus carplo. 



. A . 



u, 11 ^ Leveroni Calvi and Marco L Blandilnl. USU OF I 

NORTHERN ITALY The Cam PH WIT , H ? UT SUPPLEMENT FEED IN POND CARP PRODUCTION 
ngav, 6-9 Sep, cmbe r ,993 SSnSr A S f ec .? ^"'^P^ Symposium, He.fr/ fn itutttp 
(CaiviiDip.Sd Zoi e ^^,? wd< ; ACa 't M ''twjMqoacuftufel29(1-4):387-390. I9B5. HR -II 
p.^.^olecnicheV,aG 



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AMERICAN SlANExME!!! fR^SJ ^ N reika ' PASSACE AND BEHAVIOR OF ADI 
124. p. 52. 1994. FR_40(3) WPERIMENTAL LOU VER BYPASS SYSTEM. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Altf. 



OF FISH PASSAGE MITIGATION 

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FISH WAYS, FISH PASSAGE THROUGH DAMS, ETC. (Continued) 

95-006372 Fulton, Edward. LESSONS LEARNED ABOUT FISH ENTRAPMENT. Hydro Rev. 1 4(2): 1 6-25. 1 995. 

FR40(3) 

Alosa pseudoharengus in Pennsylvania. 

9 5-006373 Hall lohn R. and Stephen M. Waste. CUMULATIVE IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND 
DECOMMISSIONING: MAJORCHANGES IN HYDROPOWERRELICENSING WHICH AFFECT FISHERIES.Am. 

Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Afwtr. No. 1 24. p. 1 84-1 85, 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[U.S. Dep, Commerce, NOAA/NMFS Anadromous Fish Habitat Div., Off, Habitat Prol., Silver Spring, MD 
20910. lel:301-713-2325) 

9=3-006374 Haro Alex EVALUATION OF MOVEMENT AND BEHAVIOR OF AMERICAN SHAD IN A 
MODIFIED ICE HARBOR FISHWAY USING VIDEO MONITORING. Am. fish. Soc Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 124. 

P ' IS O. Conte Anadromous Fish Res. Cent., U.S. Natl. Biol. Surv., P.O. Box 796, Turners Falls, MA 01376. 
-B63-8994; e-mailifws/s=rflMullnf4-c.a(b.adm/o=fws@mhs.attmail.coml Alosa sapidis 



95-006375 Katopodls, Chris. ANALYSIS OF ICHTHYOMECHANICAL DATA FOR FISH PASSAGE OR 
EXCLUSION SYSTEM DESIGN.Hfeh Performance fish: Proceedings of an International fish Physio ogy Symposium 
Hc/d at (he Un JiSJf of British CohimWa in Vancouver, Canada, luly 16-2 \, 1994. Don D. Macttnfay, editor. 

P ' 3 [Vres?wa 1 teMn3t!S!& Arctic Reg., Dep. Fish. & Oceans, 501 University Crescent, Winnipeg, MB, Canada 
R3T 2N6.tel:204-983-518l; fax:204-984-24021 

05-006376 Martin Paul D.; Donald P. Cochrane and Steve Dolat. UNDERWATER STROBE LIGHTS AND 
SOUND SUCaSSFUUY BYPASS SHAD PAST YORK HAVEN HYDRO TURBINES. Am. fish. Soc Mm. Meet. 



95-006377 McNeil, William |. WATER VELOCITY AND MIGRATION OF JUVENILE SALMON: IS FASTER 
NECESSARILY BETTER? Hydro Rev. 14(2):44-52. 1995. FR 40(3} 

11066 WeslfartWng N W., Salem, OR 97304. tel:503-362-9134) Oncorhynchus in .he Columbia River. 

95-006378 Octeh. Mufeed. HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF FISHWAYS. Am. Fish. 



e e i.Ab".No.124.M Surv po Box 796 , Turners Falls, MA 0,376. 

^^^ "> ***** '" AlaSka " 

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Surv,, Columbia River Res. Lab,, Cook, WA 90605. ,: 509-538-2 2 99. fax:509-538-2843] 
oregonens/s. 

MATHEMATICS, STATISTICAL METHODS, AND MODEUNC MATRICES FQR 



Scha.ka Div., Pac. Re, Ins.. Fish. & Oceanog,, Petropavlovsk-Kamchaiskiy, Ru !s ial 






FISHERIES REVIEW 

MATHEMATICS, STATISTICAL METHODS, AND MODELING (Continued) 
9 ^f'^S^^^^^ n ^ F D ' SPERSf OF ^CTH AT AGE IN laiwr 

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1390. Ian C Co^ ed/.o!. p! 6 "?1 S^^ ff m the ^pos^m, Un,^ of Huff, UfJ 
Oncotbyncnus mykiss. ' 

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95006397 Per, i ' OX56W ' SlJohn '* NF ' Canada A1C 5X1. ^709-772-2090] 

^MM^^^g^^^D ECOLOGICAL MODEL FOR AQUATIC 
p. Environ. Sci. & Ens. Fac <H e T 7 , (3 ' 

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95-006398 Gardiner, Ross. MODELLING ROD EFFORT TRENDS FROM CATCH AND ABUNDANCE DATA. 
Catch Effort Sampling Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers from the 
Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April 1990. Ian C. Cowx, editor, p. 92-99. 1991. FR 40(3) 
Safmo ja/arin Scotland. 

95-006399 Gascuel, D. and G. Fontenelle. [A CONCEPTUAL APPROACH OF MODELLING AN EEL STOCK 
DYNAMICS WITHIN A WATERSHED: INTEREST AND ADAPTATION OF A YIELD PER RECRUIT MODEL.) Bull. 
Fr, Pecbe Piscic. No. 332, p. 43-56. 1994. In French with English summ. FR 40(3) 

(Unit Halieut./D.E.E.R.N., Ecole Natl. Super. Agron., 65 Rue de St. Brieuc, 35042 Rennes Cedex, France] 

95-006400 'Gasyukov, P. S. [ON STABILIZATION OF COMMERCIAL STOCK ESTIMATES, OBTAINED BY 
MEANS OF THE ADAPTIVE FRAMEWORK.] {Fisheries Researches in the Atlantic and Southern Pacific Oceans. 
Collected Volume of Scientific Papers.} Fisheries Committee of the Russian Federation, p. 177-192,257-258.1993. 
In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 

95-006401 Gebhard, H.; R. Blickhan and W. Nachtigall. [CURVATURES AND THRUST OF SWIMMING 
RAINBOW TROUTS.] Verb. Dlsch. Zoo!. Ces, No. 87.1. p. 79. 1994, In German. FR 40(3) 

(Zool. Insl., Univ. Saarlandes, Fachbereich 13.4, Ban 6, D-66041 Saarbruecken, Germany] Oncorhynchus 
mykiss. 

95-006402 Gersev, V. I.; A. M, Safronov and V. V. Gerseva. POPULATION AS A FREELY OSCILLATING 
SYSTEM. Eco/. Mode//. 80(l):41-45. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Insl. Technol,, Subfac. Math,, House 43, Puskin St., 1 52900 Rybinsk, Yaroslavl Reg., Russia] 

95-006403 Harberg, Mark C. DEVELOPMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL EVALUATION MODEL FOR THE 
Ml SSOU Rl RIVER SYSTEM. Responses to Changing Multiple-Use Demands: New Directions for Water Resources 
Planning and Management. Proceedings of Extended Abstracts From a Symposium Held in Nashville, Tennessee, 
97-20 April 1994. Michael I. Sale and Rita O. Wadltngton, editors, p. 243-248. 1994. FR40(3) 

(U.S. Army Corps Eng., Mo. River Div,, 12565 W. Center Rd,, Omaha, NE 68144-3869. lel:402-22 1-7270; 
fax:4Q2-221-7257| 

95-006404 Hatch, Upton; Chien Feng Tai and Neil Martin. RECURSIVE PROGRAMMING ANALYSIS FOR 
AQU ACULTURE DECISION-MAKING. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 46. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[209B Comer Hall, Auburn Univ., AL 36849. tel:205-844-5609; e-mail:ujJion.hatch@ag,auburn.edu] 

95-006405 Helser, Thomas E. and Daniel B. Hayes. PROVIDING QUANTITATIVE MANAGEMENT ADVICE 
FROM STOCK ABUNDANCE INDICES BASED ON RESEARCH SURVEYS. U.S. Malt Mar. Fish. Serv. Fish. Bull. 
93(2):290-298, 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Northeast Fish. Sci. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, 1 66 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543] Anarhkhas lupus in the 
northwestern Atlantic Ocean. 

95-006406 Hightower, Joseph E. and James R. Bence. MEASURING UNCERTAINTY IN AN 
AGE-STRUCTURED STOCK ASSESSMENT. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 58. 1 994. FR 40[3) 

jNatl. Biol. Surv., Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res. Unit, P.O. Box 7617, N.C. Stale Univ., Raleigh 27695-7617. 
tel:9!9-515-2631] 

95-006407 Hollowed, Anne; Rebecca Baldwin; Richard Ferrero; Lowell Fritz and Bernard Megrey. AN 
EXAMINATION OF MARINE MAMMAL AND WALLEYE POLLOCK FISHERIES INTERACTIONS IN THE GULF 
OF ALASKA USING A STOCHASTIC BIOECONOMIC SIMULATION MODEL. Am, Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. 
No. 124. p, 159. 1994, FR 40(3) 

1NOAA, NMFS, Alaska Fish. Sci, Cent., 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 981 15. tel:206-526-4223] 
Theragra c/ia/cogramma, 

95-006408 Idoine, Josef S. and Gary R. Shepherd. APPLICATION OF DISTRIBUTED DELAY MODELS TO 
COMPLEX LIFE HISTORIES IN MARINE FISHERIES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 48, 1994. 
FR 40(3) 

[NMFS, Northeast Fish. Sci. Cent., Woods Hole Lab., Woods Hole, MA. e-mail:]idolne@whsun 1 .wh.whol.edu] 
Cenlropiistis striata, 

95-006409 Ivanova, V. F. [CHILEAN JACK MACKEREL FISHING INTENSITY.! In: Commercial Fishery 
Technology. Fishing and Hydrobiont'tc Behaviour: Theoretical and Practical Aspects. Collected Papers. L. A. 
Karpenko, editor, p. 90-99, 229. 1993, In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 
Ttachurus symmelrlcus in the Pacific Ocean. 

95-006410 Karpenko, E. A.; V. I. Dudov and P. S. Glul'badamov. [ESTIMATIONS OF THE FISHING INTENSITY, 
CATCHABILITY COEFFICIENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS OF POPULATIONAL COMPOSITION.] In; Commercial 
Fishery Technology. Fishing and Hydroblontic Behaviour: Theoretical and Practical Aspects. Collected Papers. L 
A. Karpenko, editor, p. 82-90, 229. 1 993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 
Tracnurus symmetticus In the Southeastern Pacific Ocean. 

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95-00641 1 Kell, L A COMPARISON OF METHODS USED FOR COARSE FISH POPULATION ESTIMATION. 
Calch Effort Sampling Slralegies: T/ie/r Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers from tte 
Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-(> April 1990. Ian C. Coivx, edi'for. p. 184-200. 1 991. FR 40(3) 

Esox /uo'ui, Abramis brama, Rutilus rutifus, St/zostedi'on luciopetca, and data for five other species in ngfirvd. 

95-00641 2 Kendall, William L; Kennelh H. Pollock and Cavell Brownie. A LIKELIHOOD-BASED APPROACH 
TO CAPTURE-RECAPTURE ESTIMATION OF DEMOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS UNDER THE ROBUSTNESS. 
Biometrics S\(\): 293-308. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Off. Migratory Bird Manage., U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Patuxent Wildl. Res. Cent., Laurel, MD 20708] 

95-006413 Kokorin, N. V. [THE USE OF BOTTOM LONGLINES FOR INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY OF FiiH 
SIZE-AND-AGE COMPOSITION ASSESSMENTS.! In: Commercial Fishery Technology. Fishing and Hydrabtonw 
Behaviour: Theoretical and Practical Aspects. Collected Papers. E. A. Karpenko, editor, p. 1 4G-1 54, 230-23 \. 1993. 
In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 

95-006414 Leclerc, M,; P. Boudreau; |. Bechara; L. Belzile and D. Villeneuve. [A MODEL OF HABITAT 
DYNAMICS APPLIED TO LANDLOCKED ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAK] JUVENILES OF THE 
ASHUAPMUSHUAN RIVER (QUEBEC, CANADA).] Bull. Fr. Peche Piscic. No. 332. p. 1 1-32. 1994. In Rendi 
wilh English summ. FR 40(3) 

|lnsl. Nail. Rech. Sci. (INRS-Eau), 2800 Einstein, Suite 105, PQ, Canada G1 V 4C7J 

95-006415 McClanahan, T. R. HARVESTING IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD: IMPACT OF RESOUKH 
COMPETITION ON HARVESTING DYNAMICS. Eco/. Mode//. BO(1):21-26. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[NYZS, Wildl. Conserv. Soc, Coral Reef Conserv. Pro]., Box 99470, Mombasa, Kenya] 

9 $-00641 6 Megrey, Bernard A. APPLICATION OF BAYESIAN PROCEDURES TO LIFE-STAGE RECRUITMENT 
MODELS. Am. fish. 5oc. Annu. Meet Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 55-1 56. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[NOAA, NMFS, Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 981 15, ld:2G&-52MI47l 
Tberagra cfialcogramma in Alaska. 

95-006417 Mel'rsikov, A. N. [SOME PROBLEMS OF FISHERY MANAGEMENT.] In: Cnmmenlal fish&y 
Technology. Fishing and Hydtobiontic Behaviour: Theoretical and Practical Aspects. Collected fMnm. A 
Kaipenko, editor, p, 1 1-24, 227. 1993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 

95-006418 Mel'nikov, A. V. [EVALUATIONS OF RELATIONS BETWEEN CATCH INTENSITY AND FISHING 

SELECTIVITY.] in: Commercial fishery Techno/ogy.^^^ 

Aspects. Collected Papers. E. A. Karpenko, editor, p. 1 19-1 29, 230. 1 993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40, j, 

95-006419 Meredith, E. K. and S. P. Malvestuto. AN EVALUATION OF SURVEY DESIGNS FOB THE 
ASSESSMtNT OF EFFORT, CATCH RATE AND CATCH FOR TWO CONTRASTING RIVER FISHERIES. Cards 
Effort Sampling Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers from tfio Sym/io S.-L-, 
University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April 1990. Ian C. Cowx, editor. P. 223-232. 1991 . FR 40(3) 

95-006420 Mohn, Robert. SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF AGE COMPOSITION IN AH. YEARS VJ. 
ItnWGRATED SEQUENTIAL POPULATION ANALYSIS. /\m.Hsh.5oc/\nnu. Meet. /\(wtr. No. 12'l,p. l!iV. 199* 
FR 40(3) 

[Mar, fish Div., Bedford lnsl.Oceanogr,,P.O.Box 1006, Dartmouth, NS, Canada 82Y4A2,lci:Q02-4I(i 459i] " 

95*06421 Mohr, Michael S.; David G. Hankin and Terry Speed. ESTIMATION OP OCEAN NATURAl 
MORTALITY RATES FOR KLAMATH RIVER FALL CHINOOK SALMON BASED ON CODED-WIHE TWT, 
RECOVERY DATA. Klamath Basin Fisheries Symposium: Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Euwka, (nfj/wr^ 
23-24 March T994. Thomas I. Hass/er, editor, p. S3. 1994. Abstract only, FR 40(3) 

(Dep. BEostat, Univ. Calif., Berkeley 94710) Oncorhyncfius in the northeastern Pacific Ocoan. 

95fl06422 Mous, P. ).; Y. L. Budeba; M. M. Temu and W. L. T. Van Densen. A CATCH EFFORT DAT. 

S^S? NG SYSTEM FOR THE flSHERY. ON THE SMALL PELAGIC RASTRINEOBOLA ARGtWtA SN TSS 

THERN PART OF LAKEVICTORIA. Calch Effort Samp/ing Strategies; Their Application in Fmstw/atct ft thefs 

?emenL Papers /mm (hoCumnnci, 



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MATHEMATICS, STATISTICAL METHODS, AND MODELING (Continued) 

95-006424 Pauly, D.; J. Moreau and N. Abad. COMPARISON OF AGE-STRUCTURED AND 
LENGTH-CONVERTED CATCH CURVES OF BROWN TROUT SALMO TRUTTA IN TWO FRENCH RIVERS. Fish. 
Res. (Anal) 22(3,4):! 97-204. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[ICLARM, MC P.O. Box 2631, 0718 Makali, Metro Manila, Philippines] 

95-006425 Pepin, Pierre. AN ANALYSIS OF THE LENGTH-WEIGHT RELATIONSHIP OF LARVAL FISH: 
LIMITATIONS OF THE GENERAL ALLOMETRIC MODEL. US. Nat/. Mar. Fish. Serv. Fish. Bull. 93(2):41 9-426, 
1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1] Data for 16 species. 

95-006426 Perrin, N. and ]. F. Rubin. ON DOME-SHAPED NORMS OF REACTION FOR SIZE-TO-AGE AT 
MATURITY IN FISHES, fund. Era/. 4(1 ):53-57. 1990. FR 40(3) 

95-006427 Pouilly, M. and Y. Souchon. [PHYSICAL HABITAT SIMULATION OF BARBEL (BARBUS BARBUS, 
1. 1 758): SELECTION OF BIOLOGICAL MODELS BASED ON PREDICTABILITY CRITERIA.] Table Ronde Barbus 
It. Papers from the Colloquium, Liege, Belgium, 6-8 July 1993. Patrick Berrebi and Pascal Poncin, organizers. Bull. 
Fi. Pecfie Pcic. No. 334. p. 213-225. 1994. In French with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[CEMAGREF, Div. Biol. & Ecosyst. Aquat., Lab. Hydroecol. Quant., 3 bis Quai Chauveau, 69336 Lyon Cedex 
09, France] 

95-006428 Power, M. and G, Power. A MODELLING FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYZING ANTHROPOGENIC 
STRESSES ON BROOK TROUT (SALVELINUS FONT1NALIS) POPULATIONS. Era/. Model}. 80(2-3):17M85. 
1 995. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Agric, Econ., Univ. Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada N2L 3G1 ] 

95-006429 Reslrepo, Victor R. and Christopher M. Legault. APPROXIMATIONS FOR SOLVING THE CATCH 
EQUATION WHEN IT INVOLVES A 'PLUS GROUP." U.S. Natl. Mat. Fish. Sen. Fish. Bull. 93(2):308-314. 1995. 
FR40(3} 

[Div. Mar. Biol. & Fish., Rosentiel School Mar. & Atmos. Sci., Univ. Miami, 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway, 
Miami, FL 33149] 

95-006430 Richards, Laura J. and Jon T. Schnute. STATE SPACE CATCH-AGE MODELS: AN APPLICATION 
TO PACIFIC OCEAN PERCH. Am. Fish. Soc Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 57-1 58.1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Pac. Biol. Stn., Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6. lel:604-756-71 77] Sebastes a/utus. 

95-006431 Robert, M. G, A POCKET GUIDE TO HOST-PARASITE MODELS. Paras/to/. Today 1 1(5):172-177. 
1995. FR 40(3) 

[AgRes., Wallaceville Anim. Res. Cent., P.O. Box 40063, Upper Hutt, New Zealand. lel:+64 4 528 6089; 
fax:+64 4 528 13BO; e-mail:robertsm@agresearch.cri.nz] 

95-006432 Rowan, David J.; Joseph B. Rasmussen and Lorna A. Chant. ESTIMATING RATION AND 
METABOLISM OF FISH USING A 137Cs BASED BIOENERGETICS MODEL. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. 
No. 124. p. 48. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Environ. Res. Branch Chalk River Lab., Chalk River, ON, Canada KOJ 1JO. lel:61 3-584-881 1, ext. 4736] 

95-006433 Rudstam, Lars G.; Sture Hansson; Mikael HildTn; James F. Kitchcll and Barry Johnson. COD 
CONSUMPTION RATES: COMPARISON OF PREDICTIONS FROM A COD BIOENERGETICS MODEL AND 
THREE DIGESTION RATE MODELS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 48-49. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Cornell Univ., 900 Shackelton Point Rd. ( Bridgeport, NY 13030-9750. tel:315-633-9243] 

95-006434 Sampson, David B. LOCAL CATCH PER UNIT EFFORT AS AN INDEX OF GLOBAL FISH 
ABUNDANCE. Catch Effort Sampling Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers 
from the Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April 1990. tan C. Cowx, editor, p. 275-284. 1991. FR 40(3) 

95-006435 Scheffer, M,; J. M. Baveco; D. L DeAngelis; K. A. Rose and E. H. van Nes. SUPER-INDIVIDUALS 
A SIMPLE SOLUTION FOR MODELLING LARGE POPULATIONS ON AN INDIVIDUAL BASIS. Ecol. Model!. 
80(2-3}:! 6M 70. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Insl. Inland Water Manage. & Waste Water Treatment, P.O. Box 1 7, 8200 AA Lelystad, Netherlands] 

95-006436 Sechin, Y. T. FORECASTING FISH CATCHES IN USSR FRESH WATERS. Catch Effort Sampling 
Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers from the Symposium, University of Hull, 
UK, 2-6 April 1990. Ian G. Com, editor, p. 298-304. 1 991 . FR 40(3) 

95-006437 Seno, Hiromi and Katsuki Nakai. MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS ON FISH SHOALING BY A 
DENSITY-DEPENDENT DIFFUSION MODEL. Ecol. Mode//. 79(1-3):149-157. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep.lnform,&ComputerSci.,NaraWomen'sUniv.,Kita-Uoya,Nishimachi,Nara,Japan|Lep/d/o/ampro/ogus 

elongates in Lake Tanganyika. 

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95-006452 Xu, Xucai and S. Y. Cliiu. POPULATION ESTIMATES WITH VARIANCES OF SPANISH SARDINE 
ALONG THE SOUTHERN FUJIAN COAST, CHINA, FROM LENGTH-BASED COHORT ANALYSIS. Trans. Am 
Fish. Sac. 124(3):437-452. 199S.FR40(3) 

[Maricult. & Fish. Dep., Kuwait Inst. Sci. Res., P.O. Box 1 638, Salmiya 2201 7, Kuwatlj Sardinella aurita. 

ACCESS 

95-006453 Echelberger, Herbert E. and Ronald ]. Glass. A CASE STUDY OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN FISHING 
ACCESS SITES IN VERMONT. The Fourth North American Symposium on Society and Resource Management: 
Book of Abstracts, May 17-20, 1992, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. Mary Miron coordinator o 3 
1992. FR 40(3) 

LAKE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH 

95-006454 Aku, Peter M. K. and William M. Tonn. CHANGES IN DENSITY AND BIOMASS OF CISCO 
iCOREGONUSARTEDI) IN A LAKE UNDERGOING HYPOUMNETIC OXYGEN INJECTION Am Fish Soc.Annu 
Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 92. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Zool., Univ. Alberta, Edmonlon, AB, Canada T6G 2E9. iel:403-492-1 295; 
e-maihpeter^m.J^akuSmls.ucs.ualberta.ca] 

95-006455 Alimoso, S. B. CATCH EFFORT DATA AND THEIR USE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF FISHERIES IN 
MALAWI. Catch Effort Sampling Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers from 
Ifte Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April 1990. Ian C. Cowx, editor, p, 393-403. 1991. FR 40(3) 

95-006456 Baigun, Claudio R. and R. L. Delfino. [RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS 
AND RELATIVE PEJERREY BIOMASS IN COLD-WARM WATER LAKES AND RESERVOIRS OF ARGENTINA I 
Ada Biol. Venez. 1S(2):47-57. 1994. In Spanish with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish & Wild!., 104 Nash hall, Oreg. State Univ., Eugene 97403] Auslromenidia bonariensis. 

95-006457 Barica, Jan. THE ANTICIPATED DEGREE OF SUCCESS OF DIFFERENT APPROACHES TO LAKE 
REHABILITATION. 5em/nar on Ecosystem Approach to Water Management, Held in Oslo, Norway, 27 to 31 May 
f 991. M, Munawar, editor. I. Aquat. Ecosyst Health 2(2):95-98. 1 993. FR 40(3) 
[Nail. Water Res. Inst., Burlington, ON, Canada L7R 4A6| 

95-006458 Barko, John W.; Robert F, Gaugush; William F. James; Barry L Johnson; Brent C. Knights; Teresa J, 
Naimo; Sara |. Rogers; Jennifer S. Sauer and David M. Soballe. HYDROLOGIC MODIFICATION FOR HABITAT 
IMPROVEMENT IN THE FINGER LAKES: PRE-PROJECT REPORT NUMBER 3, 1994. Long Term Resour. Monit. 
Program 94-T002. 56p. 1 994. Available from Nail. Tech. Inform. Serv., 5285 Port Royal Rd,, Sprint-field, VA 221 61 . 
FR40(3) 

[U.S. Army Corps Eng,, Waterways Exp. Stn., Vlcksburg, MS 39180] Micropterus salmoides, Lepomis 
macmchirus, and Pomoxis nigromaculatus in Minnesola. 

95-006459 Beaver, John R.; Walter F. Godwin and Thomas L Crisman. IMPACT OF FISH REMOVAL ON THE 
ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY OF A HYPEREUTROPHIC FLORIDA LAKE. Program Issue: Program and 
Abstracts, 34th International Symposium, North American Lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 
3 1-November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, John R. Jones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake 
Reservoir Manage. 9(2}:55. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Beaver Schabcrg Assoc, Inc., 3620 Ingleside Rd., Shaker Heights, OH 441 22, lel:21 6-92 1-4767] 

95-006460 Beaver, John R. and Jacob Kann. ZOOPLANKTON DYNAMICS RELATIVE TO WATER QUALITY 
JN UPPER KLAMATH LAKE, OREGON (1987-1993). Program Issue: Program and Abstracts, 14th /nlernai/ona/ 
Symposium, North American Lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 3) -Novembers, 1994. Roger 
W. Bachmann, lohn R. tones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):55. 
1 99-1. FR 40(3} 

[Beaver Schaberg Assoc,, Inc., 3620 Ingleside Rd., Shaker Heights, OH 441 22. tel:21 6-921-4767) 

95-006461 Bendell, Barry E. and Donald K. McNIcol. LAKE ACIDITY, FISH PREDATION, AND THE 
DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF SOME LITTORAL INSECTS. Hydroblologia 302(21:133-145, 1995. 
fR40(3) 

[McNIcol; Canadian Wildl. Serv. (Ontario Reg.), 49 Camelot Dr., Nepean, ON, Canada K1 A OH3 ] Catostomus 
comme/som in Canada. 

95-006462 Boylen, C. W. LAKE GEORGE: LIMNOLOGICAL HISTORY OF A LAKE IN TRANSITION FROM 
OLIGOTROPHY TO MESOTROPHY. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference, June 
20-22, 1990. Daniel P. Molloy, compiler. N.Y. State Mus. Ore. 54:21. 1990. FR 40(3) 

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LAKE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-006475 Fleischer, Guy W.; Ray L, Argyle and Gary L Curtis. DIRECT ESTIMATES OF FISH BIOMASS WITH 
ACOUSTICS USING A TARGET STRENGTH-WEIGHT RELATION, Am. Fish. Soc. Annu Meet Abstr No 124 
p. 33-34. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Natl. Biol. Surv., Creal Lakes Cent., 1451 Green Rd, Ann Arbor, Ml 48105. lel:313-994-3331] Alosa 
pseudoharengus, Osmerus mordax, and Coregonus hoyi in Lake Michigan. 

95-006476 Cafny, S.; A. Gasilh; M. Goren and S. R. Carpenter. IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICAL STRUCTURE 
TO FISH IN THE LITTORAL ZONE OF LAKES: A COMPARISON OF LAKES FROM WISCONSIN, USA AND 
ISRAEL. Proceedings of the Thirty-First Meeting of the Zoological Society of Israel Held at Technion, Haifa, 28-29 
November 1994. Isr.l. Zoo/. 41(1 }:8S. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[Cent. Limnol., Univ. Wis., Madison 53706] 

95'QQ6477 Gafny, Sarig and Avital Gasilh. SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF FISHES IN THE 
SHALLOW LITTORAL OF LAKE FINNERET, ISRAEL. THE EFFECT OF SUBSTRATE TYPE AND WATER LEVEL 
FLUCTUATIONS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24, p. 81-82. 1 994. FR 40{3) 
(Cent. Limnol., Univ. Wis., 680 N. Park St., Madison 53706. tel:608-262-3088] 

95-006478 Gilmore, Janet C. THE DNR MANAGES PEOPLE, NOT FISH: POLITICS AND THE REGULATION 
OF WISCONSIN'S LAKE MICHIGAN COMMERCIAL FISHERS. The Fourth North American Symposium on 
Society and Resource Management: Book of Abstracts, May 17-20, 1992, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 
Wisconsin. MaryMiron, coordinator, p. 4-5. 1992. FR 40(3) 

95-006479 Godwin, W. F.; J. E. Crumpton; E. F. Lowe; M. F. Coveney; L, E. Bailee and D. L. Slites FISH 
HARVESTING FOR NUTRIENT REMOVAL AND TROPHIC STATE EFFECTS IN LAKE APOPKA, FLORIDA. 
Piogtam Issue: Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North American Lake Management Society, 
Orlando, Florida, October 3 1 -November 5, 1 994, Roger W. Bachmamt, lohn R. /ones, Robert H. Peters, and David 
M. Sobatle, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):76-77. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[St. Johns River Water Manage. Disl., P.O. Box 1429, Palalka, FL 321 78-1429. tel:904-329-4364] Dorasoma 
ceped/ani/m. 

95-006480 Godwin, W. F,; M. F. Coveney; E. F. Lowe; L E. Batloe and J. Benlon. TROPHIC STATE CHANGES 
FOLLOWING REMOVAL OF PLANKTIVOROUS FISH FROM A HYPEREUTROPHIC FLORIDA LAKE. Program 
Issue: Prog/am and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North American Lake Management Society, Orlando, 
Florida, October 31-November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, lohn R. Jones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. 
Sobatlc, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):77. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Si. Johns River Water Manage. Dist,, P.O. Box 1 429, Palatka, FL 32 1 78-1429. tel:904-329-4364| Dorosoma 
cepeoVanum, 

95-006481 Hanson, Mark A. and Malcolm G. Butler. RESPONSES OF PLANKTON, TURBIDITY, AND 
MACROPHYTESTO BIOMANIPULATION IN A SHALLOW PRAIRIE LAKE. Minn. Deo. Nat. Resour, Wildl. Popul. 
&Res. Unit Rep. p. 102. 1993. AbslracI only. FR 40(3} 

95-006482 Harman, W. N. FIFTY-SEVEN YEARS OF CHANGE; OTSECO LAKE 1935-1991. Program and 
Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference II, April 29-May 1, 1992. Gordon C Tucker, editor. N.Y. State 
Mus. die. 54:40-41. 1992. FR 40(3) 

Nolropis atnermo/des, Lota lota, Stizoslcd'ton vitreum, Coregonus artcdi, Salmo salar, Osmerus mordax, and 
Alosn pseudoharengm In New York. 

95-006483 Hayes, Daniel B.; William W. Taylor and Harold L. Schramm, Jr. PREDICTING THE BIOLOGICAL 
IMPACT OF COMPETITIVE FISHING. N. Am. I. Fish. Manage. 15(2}:457-472. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|Dcp. Fish. & Wild!., Mich, Stale Univ., East Lansing 48824] Stizostedion vitreum and Micropterus salmoides, 

95-006484 Haynes, James M. THE FALL, RISE AND FALL? OF THE GREAT LAKES SALMONID FISHERY: 1 50 
YEARS OF HUMAN IMPACTS AND MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet, Abstr. No. 
124. p. 77. 1994. FR 40(3) 

]Cenl. Appt. Aqual, Sci. & Aquacult., Dep. Biol. Sci., SUNY, Brockport, NY 14420-2973. lel:71 6-395-5783) 
Aiosa pseudoharengus. 

95-006485 Hosper, Harry. AN ECOSYSTEM-BASED APPROACH FOR THE RESTORATION OF SHALLOW 
LAKES IN THE NETHERLANDS. Program Issue: Program and Abstracts, 14lh International Symposium, North 
American Lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 31 -November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, John 
R. Jones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):82. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Inst. Inland Water Manage. & Waste Waler Treatment, P.O. Box 1 7, NL 8200 AA Lelystad, Netherlands 
tel:31 32000 7041 1; fax:31 3200 4921 8| frox lucius. 

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95-006486 Hoyer, Mark V. and Daniel E. Canfield, Jr. LARGEMOUTH BASS POPULATIONS 
VEGETATION IN FLORIDA LAKES. Program Issue: Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, fo 
American lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 31 -November 5, 1994. Roger W. liachmznn, f-;. 1 /- 
R.Jones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. Sobalh, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):83. 19'J4. FK4(](J)' 

|Dep. Fish. & Aquat. Sci., Univ. Fla, Gainesville 32653. tel:9Q4-392-961 7: e-mail :danjr2@ncrvrn.ritwl(.wlf.*.; 
Mi'croplerus salmoides. 



95-006487 Jeppesen, Erik; Jens Bgeslrand; Per Skiver and Martin Sondergaard. IMPACT OF 
COVERAGE ON FISH-ZOOPLANKTON-PHYTOPLANKTON INTERACTIONS IN A SHALLOW 
LAKE. Program Issue: Program and Abslracls, 14th International Symposium, North American Lake 
Society, Orlando, Florida, October 3 1 -November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, John R. /ones, Kotwit It. JV 
and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):84, 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Nail. Environ. Res. Inst., Dep. Freshwaler Ecol., Vejlsovej 25, 8600 Silkeborg, Denmark. li;l:-M!i II'J '19 '* 
00! Casterosteus acufealus and Rutilus rutilus. 



95.Q06488 Johnson, Timothy 8. and James F, Kilchell. THE RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF 
ONTOCENETIC AND LONG-TERM CHANGES WITHIN THE LAKE MENDOTA PLANKTIVOKOUS [M 
COMMUNITY. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 83-84. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Cent. Limnol., Univ, Wis., 680 N. Park St., Madison 53706-1 492. tel:608-262-3087| Afomm? cVi/yiojn ftf* 
flavescens, and Coregonus aitedi in Wisconsin. 

95-006489 Jones, Michael L. THE CHALLENGE OF SUSTAINABLE FISHERIES MANAtJUMENr IN THf 
LAURENTIAN GREAT LAKES. Am. fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 30-31. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

|Aquat. Ecosyst, Res. Sect., Ontario Minist. Nat. Resour., RR 4, Picton, ON, Canada. ti!l;f>l.)-'l7fiMOO] 



95-006490 Kelly,Martin; Jeff SpenceandGene Medley. THE RESTORATION OF BANANA LAKI!: 
AND DREDGING. Program Issue: Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, Nortli /luin/uin \ 
Management Soc/ety,0r/andb, Florida, Octobers-November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, lotm lt.j<n\i'\ Kcf 
H. PC tew, and David M. 5obal/e, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):86. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Southwest Fla. Water Manage. Dist,, 7601 Hwy. 301 N., Tampa 33637. tel:81 3-985-7'l01 1 

95-006491 Lemma, Brook. CHANGES IN THE LIMNOLOGICAL BEHAVIOUR OF A TROl'ICAL AIKIC ' 
EXPLOSION CRATER LAKE: L. HORA-KILOLE, ETHIOPIA, Irmnotog/ca 24(1):57-70. 1994. PR -IOM) 
[Alemaya Univ. Agric., Div. Nat. Sci., P,O. Box 1 38, Dire-Dawa, Ethiopia] Ti/ap/a ni/olio ;inil ll.i/fM. 



95-006492 Leslie, )ohn K. and Charles A. Timmins. ECOLOGY OF YOUNG-OF-THE-YEAR FISI-IFS 
SOUND, LAKE HURON. Can. I. Zoo/. 72(1 1 ):1 887-1 897. 1994. In English with French summ. f R -H)[ 1) 

[Great Lakes Lab. Fish. & Aquat, Sci., Bayfreld Inst., 867 Lakeshore Rd., Burlington, ON, ( :.nunb UK 4.V. 
Data for 38 species. 



95-006493 Mackay, D. and A. Di Guardo. ORGANOCHLORINES IN THE GREAT LAKES lUftYSTf 
SOURCES, PARTITIONING, AND CONTROL. Forum - OiganocWorine Conlam/nants /n (fit.' flnui I ,iU-i S 
Carpenter, coord/nalor. Ecol. Appl. 5(2}:301-304. 1995. FR 40(3) 

llnst. Environ. Studies, Univ. Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 1 A4] 

95-006494 Makarewicz, J. C. EVIDENCE FOR THE RESTORATION OF THE LAKE ERSE [-COS YS1 1 M. i'n ?.' 
and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference II, April 29-May 1, 1992. Gordon C. Tut h-i, nftl. w W 
State Mus, Ore. 54:49-50. 1992. FR 40(3) 
Qncorhyncrius and 5tizoslec/ion vitreum. 



D ATCC rt n elte ' Cres and Dou S' as Baker - plt -OT MODEL FOR ESTIMATING IMPACTS Oil MM 1 1 (> 
RATES ON RECREATION USE ON THE COLUMBIA RIVER. Trie Fifth International Symposium on ft.i <Viy # 
P^fc! rCe ^Kement: Creating Research, Educaiion, and Managemenf Partnerships Amonn Natw.\IKrnw 
nctexmnatj, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, }une 7-10, 1994. Book oMtalrarlv InuM,-* f'y 
coordinator, p. 1 88-189, 1994. FR 40(3) 

i. British Columbia, P.O. Bag 1950 Sin. A, I'liiHi-li^-jj 

tndG.T.Orlob. IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THEQUALITY ( M M 'MFAI 

jeriesSympoiium; Proceedings ofa5ympos/umHeW/n Eureka, California. H-J4M^ 
r, editor, p. 11-15. 1994. FR 40(3) 
:nviron. Eng., Univ. Calif,, Davis 95616] 

:.and EstebanG. Balseiro. ZOOPLANKTON SIZE SPECTRUM IN I < It ikl A*. 

Umnohgica 24(1 ):5 1-56. 1994. FR 40(3) 
'liv. Nac.Comahue, C." 
is in Argentina. 

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95-006498 Nurnberg, Gertrud K. THE ANOXIC FACTOR A QUANTITATIVE MEASURE OF ANOXIA AND 
THE NUMBER OF FISH SPECIES. Program Issue: Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North 
American Lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 31 -November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, John 
R. Jones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):101. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Freshwater Res., R.R. 1, Baysville, ON, Canada POB 1 AO. Iel:705-7G7-371 8] 

95-006499 Oglesby, R. T. COMPARATIVE LIMNOLOGY OF CAYUGA AND SENECA LAKES. Program and 
Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference, lune 20-22, 1990. Daniel P. Molloy, compiler. N.Y. State 
Mas. Ore 54:42-43. 1990. FR40(3) 

95-006500 Pace, M. L. LAKE ECOSYSTEMS: MIRRORS FOR DETECTING ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE. 
Program and Abstracts, Trie New York Natural History Conference, June 20-22, 1990. Daniel P. Molloy, compiler. 
N.Y. State Mus. Ore. 54:43. 1990. FR 40(3) 

95-006501 Reynoldson,TreforB. THE DEVELOPMENT OF ECOSYSTEM OBJECTIVES FORTHELAURENTIAN 
C HEAT LAKES. Seminar on Ecosystem Approach to Water Management, Held in Oslo, Norway, 27 to 31 May 
1391. M. Munawar, editor. }. Aquat. Bcosyst. Health 2(2):81-85. 1993. FR 40(3) 

[Kail. Water Res. Inst., Environ. Canada, CCIW, 867 Lakeshore Rd,, Burlington, ON, Canada L7R 4A6] 
Satvetinus namaycush and Stizosledion vitreum. 

95-006502 Ringler, N. H.; C. J, Gandino; P. Hirethota and P, J. Tango. FISH POPULATIONS AND 
COMMUNITIES IN A HIGHLY PERTURBED SYSTEM: ONONDAGA LAKE, NEW YORK. Program and Abstracts, 
The New York Natural History Conference II, April 29-May J, 1992. Cordon C. Tucker, editor. N.Y. State Mus. Ore. 
54:60-61.1992. FR 40(3) 

95-006503 Robertson, John; William W. Taylor and C. Paola Fetreri. GREAT LAKES FISHERIES FUTURES; 
BALANCING THE DEMANDS OF A MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL RESOURCE. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. 
No, 124. p. 77. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Fish. Div., Mich. Dep. Nat. Resour., Lansing 48909. tel:51 7-373-3375] 

95-006504 Schmidt, Dana; Stan Carlson; Jim Edmundson and Gary Kyle. THE DECLINE AND RECOVERY OF 
KARLUK LAKE SOCKEYE SALMON: A CASE FOR NUTRIENT DEPLETION FROM FISHING. Am, Fish. Soc. Annu. 
Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 51. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Umnol. Sect., Commer. Fish. Manage. & Dev. Div., Dep. Fish & Game, Soldotna, AK. tel:907-262-9368; 
e-mail:igschmt@alaska] Oncorhynchus nerka in Alaska. 

95-006505 Schorr, Mark S; Michael R. Meador and Loren G. Hill. INCIDENTAL CATCH OF SPORT FISH IN 
CAST NETS USED TO COLLECT BAIT FISH IN LAKETEXOMA (OKLAHOMA-TEXAS), Am, fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. 
Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 85-86. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Univ. OMa, Biol. Sin., HC71 Box 205, Kingston 73439] Morone saxatilis, Dorosoma cepedianum, and D. 
petcncnse. 

95-006506 Schriver, Per; Jens Bogestrand; Erik Jeppesen and Martin Sondergaard. IMPACT OF SUBMERGED 
MACROPHYTES ON FISH-2OOPLANKTON-PHYTOPLANKTON INTERACTIONS: LARGE-SCALE 
ENCLOSURE EXPERIMENTS IN A SHALLOW EUTROPH1C LAKE. Freshwater Biol. 33(2):255-270. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
[Jeppesen: Natl. Environ. Res. Ins!., Vejlsovej 25, P.O. Box 314, DK-8600 Silkeborg, Denmark] Casferosteus 
aculeatus and Rvtilus rutilus. 

95-006507 Smith, F. W. and B. A. Gilman. POTENTIAL IMPACT OF MACROPHYTE HARVESTING ON 
JUVENILE FISH POPULATIONS. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference, lune 20-22, 
1990. Daniel P. Molloy, compiler. N.Y. State Mus. Ore. 54:49-50. 1 990. FR 40(3) 

95-006508 Smith, Stanford H. EARLY CHANGES IN THE FISH COMMUNITY OF LAKE ONTARIO. Ct. Lakes 
Fish. Comrn Tech. Rep, No. 60. 38p. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[1 308 Iromvood St., Boulder Clly, NV 89005) Sa/mo salar, Alosa pscudoharengus, Petromyzon marlnus, and 
Satveiinus namaycush. 

95-006509 Stewart, D. M. PRODUCTIVITY AND TROPHIC EFFICIENCY OFTHE UPPER FOODWEB IN LAKE 
ONTARIO. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference II, April 29-May 1, 1992, Gordon 
C. Tucker, editor. N.Y. State Mus. Ore. 54:70. 1 992. FR 40(3) 
Oncorhynchus tshawyfscna and Alosa pseudoharengus. 

95-006510 Stewart, K. M. and J. W. Sutherland. VERTICAL MIGRATION OF ZOOPLANKTON IN THREE 
LAKES OF WESTERN NEW YORK. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference, June 20-22, 
1390. Daniel P. Molfay, compiler. N.Y. Slate Mus. Ore. 54:52. 1990. FR 40(3) 
Atosa pseudoharengus in New York. 

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j AN INDIRKT lf ^' 

t Ater. No. 124. p 49 1994 FR4 (3) UTTORAL FISHES: A SIMULATION STUDY, dm. fiift Scc^ 

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ADIRONDACK UKES REALLY LOST F,x 

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1990. FR 40(3) ^ wn ' erence ' / u "^ 20-22, 1990- Dan.el P. Molloy, compiler N.Y. Slate Mat I'irr. St: 



MM 

'virvitKLlAL HSHERIES. Am. fttft. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. Nn. 1 24. ;i. 76. 1 1 

[Cent. Limnol., Univ Wi: Apn 
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53706. 



-- .^ ^ V^ZSJJSSr"^' F ' SH ' AND PE PLE C - EXIST IN E SAME I AKEf ^ 

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iox masqumngy in New York, 




RESEARCH 

FISHERMEN OF THE PUMAB pASS'^^^ 05 AND TECHNOLOGICAL ASPECTS Of I.WA 
^po^ m ,Heldin8 udapes LH unearl s Q V ^ P ' Proceedin & of the Second Aquxuliwc-Spor 

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;Tn lw " HUI WEMENTN?Fn^/ c ^J^ ter and Orion Djx - C RAPO CKCIK VVAJIKST 
4. FR 40(3) twtNTNEEDS INVENTORY. Klamath River Fish. Resour. Off. KM. M|HP-1 3;r : 

Oncof/iync/tus myfc/ss in California. 

USte |ND^KINTSrMANAr C FMP^ E " C P ' Ber ^r Sen . USEFULNESS Of STRUCTU 
' WeeL Afw. NO 1 3d " 1 7l , A^ HIGH MOU NTAIN BROOK TROUT POHJIATW* 
Frnl M,. . ., , ' U4 ' P- 147 - '994. FR 40(3) 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

RIVER AND STREAM MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-006524 Blumm, Michael C. COLUMBIA BASIN SALMON AND THE COURTS: REVIVING THE PARITY 
PROMISE. Colloquium: Who Runs the River? Sponsored by the Northwest Waler Law and Policy Project of 
Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College, November 4, 1 994. Richard Cohn-Lce and Norman I Sievert 
editors nwro/Uaw25(2):351-364. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Northwest. School Law, Lewis & Clark Coll., Portland, OR 9721 9| Oncorhynchus. 

95-006525 Bodi, Lorraine. THEHISTORY AND LEGISLATIVE BACKGROUND OFTHENORTHWESTPOWER 
ACT. Colloquium: Who Runs the River? Sponsored by THE Northwest Water Law and Policy Project of 
Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College, November 4, 1994. Richard Cohn-Lee and Norman I Sievert 
editors. Environ. Law 25(2):3&5-368. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

|Norlhwest Off. Am. Rivers, Seatlle, WA| Oncorhynchus in the Columbia River. 

95-00&526 Bogaard, Joseph. GIVING VOICE TO SALMON. VWiat future for Wild Salmon? Ellen W. C/iu and 
lames R. Karr, editors, illahee). Northwest. Environ. 1Q(4};251-261. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[309 N. Division, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104] Oncorhynchus in Ihe Columbia River. 

95-006527 Bottom, Daniel L. RESPONSE TO COLUMBIA BASIN PROPOSAL: ON RATIONALIZING 
SUSTAINABILITY. What Future for Wild Salmon? Ellen W. Chu and lames R. Karr, editors, illahee I Northwest 
Environ. 10(4):309-315. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Oregon Dep. Fish & Wild!., 850 SW 15lh St., Corvallis 97333] Oncorhynchus in Ihe Columbia River. 

95-006528 Bozek, Michael A.; Robert E. Rempel; Chris A. Picard and Walter T. Momot. DEVELOPMENT OF 
AN INTEGRATED CIS BASED, LAND USE PLANNING TOOL FOR PREDICTING BROOK TROUT 
DISTRIBUTIONS, AND FOR PROTECTING BROOK TROUT POPULATIONS AND HABITAT ACROSS 
ONTARIO DURING TIMBER MANAGEMENT PLANNING. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 8. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Cent. North. For. Ecosyst. Res., Ontario Minisl. Nat. Resour,, 966 Oliver Rd., Thunder Bay, ON, Canada P7B 
6El.tel:8a7-348-4009]Sa/ve/inusfontrna//5. 

95'006529 Bradford, Michael ).; Garth C. Taylor; ). Andrew Allan and Paul S. Higgins, AN EXPERIMENTAL 
STUDY OFTHE STRANDING OF JUVENILE COHO SALMON AND RAINBOW TROUT DURING RAPID FLOW 
DECREASES UNDER WINTER CONDITIONS. N. Am. I. Fish. Manage. 1 S(2);473-479. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, West Vancouver Lab., 4160 Marine Dr., West Vancouver, BC, Canada V7V 1N6] 
Oncorhynchus mykiss and O. kisutch. 

95-006530 Brown, Larry; Maria ]. Ellis; Thomas F. Hesseldenz; David R. Longanecker; Peter B. Moyle and 
Michael W, Oir, ROUGH SCULPIN. In: Life on the Edge: A Guide to California's Endangered Natural Resources: 
Wildlife. Call G. Thelander and Margo Crabtree, editors, p. 392-393. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[U.S. Ceol. Surv., Sacramento, CA| CoHus asperrimus, 

95-00653 1 Brown, Tommy L; Leslie Wedge and Chad P. Dawson. ETHICS, STEWARDSHIP, BIOLOGY, AND 
ECONOMICS: RESOLVING NEW YORK'S SALMON SNAGGING CONTROVERSY. Am. Fish. Soc, Annu. Meet. 
Abstr. No, 124. p. 1. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Human Dimensions Res. Unit, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY 14853. tel:607-255-7695] Oncor/iync/tus kismch 
and O. Jsfiawyisc/ia. 

95-006532 Bruce, Harry. MIRACLE ON THE THAMES. THEY'RE BACK All Salmon /. 43(4):16-19. 1994. 
FR 40(3) 

Safmo salai in England. 

95-006533 Buclial, James L. SOME FALLACIES ABOUT SALMON RESTORATION. Colloquium Who Runs the 
River? Sponsored by the Northwest Water Law and Policy Project of Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark 
College, November 4, 1994. Richard Cohn-Lee and Norman ). Sievert, editors. Environ. Law 25(2):375-3S3. 1 995. 
FR 40{3) 

Oncoihynchus In Ihe Columbia River. 

95-006534 Buchannan, Robert. TOWARDS A STRATEGIC PLAN FOR A SUSTAINABLE 
RECREATIONALLY-LED ATLANTIC SALMON FISHERY IN NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR. Am. Fish. Soc. 
Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 15. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|LGL Consult. Ltd., P.O. Box 1 3248 Stn. A, St. John's, NF, Canada A1 B 4A5. lel:709-754-1 992] Sa/mo sa/ar 
in Canada. 

95-006535 Bunt, D. A. USE OF ROD CATCH EFFORT DATA TO MONITOR MIGRATORY SALMONIDS IN 
WALES. Calch Effort Sampling Strategies: Their Application in Freshwater Fisheries Management. Papers from the 
Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April 1990. Ian G. Cowx, editor, p. 15-32, 1991. ER 40(3) 
Satnro sa/ar and S. tfulta. 

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. Fh, Wild). & Parks, 415 South Dakota St., Dillon, MT 59725. te l:406. & 83-9310| %* r a 



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iripasum ow, ,j , . Program Issue; Program andAbstmts. Hthtoivr.-*'; 

W BaSnn nh, ,B ^ Man ^ e n menl *>fc Orlando, Florida, October 3 1 .November 5, 1 9 H , 
1994 FR 40(3/ * **"* Kobert H ~ Peteri ' and Dav ' y M ' ^oMfe editors. Lake Rvwoir M^. W 

bieiSiL 8 " 1 ' SUrV " P '- B X 25 7 ' ' 3742 ' Denver ' C0 802250007] Deltistcs ft* atoi ami C^r. 

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FR 40(3) , 17-20 Apnl 1994. Michael f. SaleandRita O. WtdUngton, editots. p. JOJ-JOi- 1 k 

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I. INDEX RIVERS: A KEY TO MANAGING ANADROMOUS FISH. Wnv. fM 
Sci. Branch, Gulf Reg., P.O. Box 5030, Moncton, NB, Canada E1C <JH(,} Sa'mji 

95-006542 Chan leffrev R a H u u 

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-. . --v' */*-r i |J. I J J-T. I t\ tU^J J 

-rv., coastal Fish. Resour. Off., Arcala, CA] Oncorhynchus tshawytsctta, 

r> VV.^u^/ames'jRT 5 "' *?"' ^1^ E VALUE F WILD SALMON - 
^rt-deLuxemboure I 774?% ,?* " laheel - N r&west. Environ. 10(4):262-28(>, 1994. FK 4\1 
9S & L /L ^ Ber ange, Luxembourg] Oncor/iync/ius. 

Caich Effofi Samp/m^toE^ 

" "nivenityoFHultUK 7*1 ffnn , " '" Freshwater Fisheries Management. Pqms fro^r 
fin England. P " /3 " C ' Covv;t edilor - P- 1-4. 1991. FR 40(3) 



95006545 Clarke D- W * D 

ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENbsON V rATrM?^^- USE OF TELEMETRIC TRACKING TO 
5AL INDICES ' A CASE STUDV OF 



p. 3348. 1991. FR 40(3) "* VnposM, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 AptH imiin C fr 



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HlVER AND STREAM MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

g5-Gfl654& Cohn-Lee, Richard and Norman ). Sievert, editors. COLLOQUIUM: WHO RUNS THE RIVER? 
SPONSORED BY THE NORTHWEST WATER LAW AND POLICY PROJECT OF NORTHWESTERN SCHOOL 
Of LAW OF LEWIS & CLARK COLLEGE, NOVEMBER 4, 1 994. Environ. Law 25(2):349-424. 1 995. FR 40{3) 

[Northwest. School Law, Lewis & Clark Coll., Portland, OR 97219| Oncorhynchus in the Columbia River. 
individual papers indexed in (his issue of Fisheries Review. 

g5-006549 Copes, Parzlval, ABORIGINAL HARVEST ALLOCATIONS ON BRITISH COLUMBIA RIVERS' 
PROSPECTS FOR ENHANCED SALMON PRODUCTIVITY. Am. Fish. Soc Annu. Meet, Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 9-1 
1994. FR 40(3) 

|lnst. Fish. Analysis & Dcp. Econ., Simon Fraser Univ., Burnaby, BC, Canada VSA 1 S6. tel:604-926-2338] 

g5-006550 Craig, Sleven. NON TRADITIONAL APPROACHES TO RESOURCE MANAGEMENT- A 
COMPARISON OF THE NISQUALLY RIVER COUNCIL (WA) AND THE SALMON RIVER (BC) WATERSHED 
MANAGEMENT PARTNERSHIP. /\m. Fish, Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 101-182. 1994. FR 40(3) 
(State Dep. Ecol., Shorelands Program, P.O. Box 47600, Olympia, WA 98504-7600, Iel:206-407-6784| 

95-006551 Da Silva, V. M. F. and R. C. Best. FRESHWATER DOLPHIN/FISHERIES INTERACTIONS IN THE 
AMAZON REGION (BRAZIL). Gitlnets and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and 
\Vorkshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La folia, California, October October 
22-25, 1930. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm, Spec. Issue 
HO. 15, p. 627-628. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

(lab. Mamiferos Aquat., Inst. Nac. Pesquisas Amazonia, (INPA), Brazil| 

95-006552 da Silva, Vera and Robin C. Best. FRESHWATER DOLPHIN/FISHERIES INTERACTION IN THE 
CENTRAL AMAZON (BRAZIL). Cillnets and Celaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and 
Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La folia, California, October 22-25, 
1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 
1 5. p. 6 1 8. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

[lab. Mamiferos Aquat., Inst. Nac. Pesquisas Amazonia (INPA), C.P. 478, 6901 1 Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil] 

95-006553 Daniels, R. A.andT. L. Lawrence. CHANGE IN NEAR-SHORE FISH ASSEMBLAGES INTHE LOWER 
HUDSON RIVER, 1936-1 991 . Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference II, April 29-May 
I, 1992. Gordon C. Tucker, editor. N.Y. State Mus. Ore 54:32-33. 1 992. FR 40(3} 

Notropis bifrenatus, N. amoenus, Cyprinella spiloplera, Luxitus cornutus, Hybognathus regius, Semolilus 
atromaculatus, S. corpora/is, Scardinius erythrophlhalmus, Umbra pygmaea, Aplodinotus grunniens, and dala for 
eight other species in New York. 

95-006554 Dauble, Dennis D,; R. L. Johnson; R. P. Mueller, C. S. Abernethy; B, J. Evans and D. R. Kenney. USE 
OF NEW TECHNOLOGY TO LOCATE FALL CHINOOK SALMON SPAWNING SITES IN THE LOWER SNAKE 
RIVER. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 6. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

|Pac. Northwest Lab., P.O. Box 999, Richland, WA 99352] Oncorhynchus tshawytscha in Washington. 

95-006555 de la Fuente, Juan and Polly A. Haessig. SALMON SUB-BASIN SEDIMENT ANALYSIS. Klamath 
River Fish. Resour. Off. Publ. 91(HP-9): |375p.] 1993. FR 40(3) 

|U.S. For. Serv., Klamath Nail. For., 1312 Falrlane Rd, Yreka, CA 96097] Oncor/iyncnus tshawytscha and O. 
rnykiss in California. 

95-006556 Dennis, Donald F.; Louise M. Tritton; Deane Wang and Walter Kuonlzel. PROTECTING 
WETLANDS FOR FISHERY MANAGEMENT: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY EVALUATION. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. 
Abstf. No. 124. p. 1.1994. FR 40(3) 

[U.S. For. Serv,, Northeast. For. Exp, Stn,, P.O. Box 968, Burlington, VT 05420. tel;802-95l-6774] 

95-006557 Dixon, Douglas A.; Joseph G. Loesch and Paul V. Rudershausen. EFFECTS OF LIGHT INTENSITY 
ON AVAILABILITY OF TIDAL FRESHWATER FISH TO A PUSHNET. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. 
p. 94. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Coll. William & Mary, School Mar. Sci., Va. Inst. Mar. Sci., Gloucester Point 23062. tel:804-642-7322; 
e-mail : cfb@vims.edu] A/osa aestivalis, A. pseudobarengus, A. sapidissima, Dorosome pelenense, Anchoa mitchilli, 
tctalurus punctatus, Notropis bifrenatus, Menidia beryllina, Morone saxalilis, and M. americana in Virginia. 

95-006558 Dolloff, C. Andrew. IMPACTS OF HISTORIC LAND USE ON TROUT HABITAT IN THESOUTHERN 
APPALACHIANS. Wild Trout V: Wild Trout in the 2 1st Century, a Symposium Held at YeWowslone National Park, 
September 26-27, ) 994. Roger Barnharl, Bill Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p. 121-124. 1994. FR 40(3) 

IColdwaler Fish. Res. Unit, U.S. For. Serv., Southeast. For. Exp, Stn., Dcp. Fish. & Wildl., Va.Tech., Blacksburg 
24061-0321 \Safvelinusfontinalis. 



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Individual chapters indexed in thVls Su l of n^- D Ce ^ m ' Cron>neL FR 40(3 J 

"006560 Douce ttRichardR '7 B f ^^ fieWe - -^-^, ^^c., an t 0.^, 
DS LEAD 'NC TC MuSlMl^ A " Cui * ak - STABLE 'SOTOPJ: AKALV^v 

SkMrn firi^K J 1N 1 SMALL TRIBU TARY OF THE fcXJJk 



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iiv.,Ba,on Rouge 70*03} Eleoirissandwicen^Sienogobtus^i^ 

'^^^D^^SS 5 ,^? THE ST ' CROIX RIVER: COWLKF IN-' 
JUU. For. & Conserv. Hist. 37(41:1 79-1 87. 1993. FR 4WM 



?X5.6 Qm ..^.. mJ .. t3 W ,, 8 7.1 991 . 

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' P ' QV - & Environ ' E "8- Univ. Melbourne, Parkvifle, Vic. 303: 



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:'7 0f) , Tnl "" 1 lc "- r ' scn -' }a H):77.83.1995.lnG e rmanwtl 1 rr 1 ^ 1 

;.* ow ;.lnrt v Univ. Sal?hi,ra Hp |||, n 

nellbrunner Sir 34 A in?n c,i t. , . , 
'va, Phoxinus ohL-n,,; r^,7 S L azbur S' Austria Sa/mo (ruHa /i'i: 
nox ' n " c Co w gofa/o, and data for 1 6 oDior 






-871 86 Harnosand, Sweden! Salmn i,.n 



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RIVER AND STREAM MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-006572 Great Northern Corporation. FINAL REPORT - CHALLENGE GRANT PROJECT (ORDWAY 
RANCH}. Klamath River Fish. Resour. Off. Publ. 92(Ordway):5p. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[P.O. Box 20, Weed, CA 96064] Oncorhync/ius in California. 

95-006573 Great Northern Corporation. FINAL REPORT SHASTA RIVER RIPARIAN PROJECT (EASTON 
RANCH). Klamath River Fish. Resour. Off. Publ. 92(HR-1 7):8p. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[P.O. Box 20, Weed, CA 96064] Oncorhynchus in California. 

95-006574 Grost, Richard T. and Linda A. Prendergast. WILD TROUT AND MEGAWATTS: A CASE FOR 
COMPATIBILITY. Wild Trout V: Wild Trout in the 2 1st Century, a Symposium Held at Yellowstone National Park, 
September 26-27, J 994. Roger Bamhart, Bill Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p. 1 97. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[Harza Inc., Consult. Eng. & Sci., POB C-969000, Bellevue, WA 98009. Iel:206-882-2455| 

95-006575 Groves, Phillip A. A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF FALL CHINOOK, ONCORHYNCHUS 
T5HAWYTSCHA, SPAWNING HABITAT WITHIN THE HELLS CANYON REACH OF THE SNAKE RIVER, OR: 
OUT OF SIGHT - OUT OF MIND. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 23. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Idaho Power Co., P.O. Box 70, Boise 83707. tcl:208-383-2587] 

95-006576 Hall, L. W., Jr.; M. C. Scott; W. D. Killen and S. A. Fischer. DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF AN INDEX 
OF BIOTIC INTEGRITY WITH MARYLAND COASTAL PLAIN STREAM FISH. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. 
Na. 124. p, 96. 1994. FR 40(3) 

jUniv. Md, Agric. Exp. Sin., Wye Res. & Educ. Cent., P.O. Box 169, Queenstown 21658. tel:41 0-827-8056] 

95-006577 Harris, C. C. and J. O'Laughlin. POTENTIAL EFFECTS ON RECREATION AND TOURISM OF 
SALMON RECOVERY IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER SYSTEM. The Fourth North American Symposium on Society 
and Resource Management: Book of Abstracts, May 17-20, 1992, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. 
MaryMiron, coordinator, p. 185. 1992. FR 40(3) 

95-006578 Haury, ).; ).-L. Bagliniere; A.-l. Cassou and G. Maisse. ANALYSIS OF SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL 
ORGANIZATION IN A SALMONID BROOK IN RELATION TO PHYSICAL FACTORS AND MACROPHYTIC 
VEGETATEON. Space Partition Within Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the Second International Congress of 
Limnology and Oceanography Held in Evian, France, May 25-28, J 993. Gerard Balvay, editor. Hydrobiotogia Vol. 
300/301. p. 269-277. 1995. In English with French summ. FR 40(3) 

[lab. Eco!. Aquat., 65 rue de Saint-Brieuc, 35042 Rennes Cedex, France] 5a/mo trulta and S. sa/ar in France. 

95-006579 Holland, Marjorie M. CHALLENGES IN MANAGING FLUVIAL ECOTONES. Understanding and 
Managing Ecotones: Proceedings of the 3rd International SCOPE/UNEP Workshop on Ecotones, Moscow, 
December 3-5, 1993. PaulG. Risscr, editor. Ceo/. Int. No. 22. p. 57-71. -1995. FR40{3) 
(U.S. Environ. Prot. Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC 2771 1 1 

95-006580 Huffaker, Steven M. IMPACTS OF LISTING PACIFIC SALMON ON FISHERY MANAGEMENT. Wild 
Trout V: Wild Trout in the 2 1st Century, a Symposium Held at Yellowstone National Park, September 26-27, 1994. 
Roger Bainhart, Bill Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p. 85-88. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Bur, Fish., Dep. Fish & Game, Boise, ID] Oncorhynchus in Hie Columbia River. 

95-006581 Hulbert, P. J. MANAGEMENT OF NEW YORK'S COLD-WATER STREAM RESOURCES. Program 
and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference, lime 20-22, (990, Daniel P. Molloy, compiler. N.Y. State 
Mus. Ore. 54:34-35. 1990. FR 40(3) 

95-006582 Hulcliinson, J. Larry and Thomas B. Hardy. EVALUATION OF INSTREAM FLOW NEEDS FOR A 
FISH COMMUNITY OF THE CENTRAL PLATTE RIVER, NEBRASKA USING PHYSICAL HABITAT SIMULATION 
(PHABSIMJ ANALYSIS AND AN ABIOTIC BASED HYDRAULIC NICHE ANALYSIS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet 
Abstr. No, 1 24. p. 1 46. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

jGame & Parks Comm., 2200 N. 33rd St., Lincoln, NE 68503. lel:402-471-5554| 

95-006583 Ingendahl, Detlev; Alain Marly; Michel Lariner and Dietrich Neumann. [THE CHARACTERISATION 
OF SPAWNING LOCATIONS OF ATLANTIC SALMON AND SEA TROUT IN A FRENCH PYRENEAN RIVER.] 
Limnologica 25(1):73-79. 1995. In German with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Zool. Insr. Univ. Koeln, Wyertal 1 1 9, 50923 Koeln, Germany] Sa/mo sa/ar and S. trulta. 

95-006584 Isely, J. Jeffery; Churchill B. Grimes; Charllne S. McNeil; Douglas A. DeVries and Robert J. Alman. 
EARLY LIFEIN THE FAST LANE: RECRUITMENT DYNAMICS IN THE PLUME FRONT OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. 
Am, Fish, Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 64. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Coop. Fish & Wild Res. Unit, Clemson Univ., Clemson, SC 29634-0362] 

95-006585 Iverson, Ron. KLAMATH COORDINATED INFORMATION SYSTEM, Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet 
Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 7. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[U.S. Fish & Wild, Serv., P.O. Box 1 006, Yreka, CA 96097] 

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^ Austri , 

' 

NT COUN CIL: CAPTURE AMn^ D TE ^ R ANDTHE NORTHERN CA- 
ft/9 3 j?K^ KLAM ATH RIVER LATE RUN ?S,^ I S,52 MPONENT ' VUROK ACtC 
(P.O. Box 1006 Yreka 93 ' FR " (3) CHINOOK, FY 1 992. Klamath Rfrw fWi. 

95-006593 K| a " 7 " 1006 ' nCOr/1J " 1C ' 1W ^"Vbcfta in California. 



WJDM94 Wauda, 



AGREETMENf 
FR ' (3) GER MINATION. Khmath Rive, fhh 

^ OnCDr/1XnC/1US ^^cfta and O. nykiss in Callftirnl.1. 

C ' H-nbuch and An,, 1H1( y ,. 
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RIVER DRAINAGE BASIN, 

' ana(!mioi ' Soc ' a >'- 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

RIVER AND STREAM MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-006599 Lang, John. AGE COMPOSITION OF THE 1 992 KLAMATH RIVER FALL CHINOOK RUN BASED 
ON SCALE SAMPLING PROGRAM. Klamath River Fish. Resour. Off. Pub/. 93(FP-06}: [4p.| 1 993. FR 40(3) 
[U.S. Fish & Wild). Serv., Arcata, CA| Oncorhynchus tsha\vytscha in California. 

95-006600 Lehmann, J.; M. Schenk; F. Sturenberg and A. Schreiber. NATURAL REPRODUCTION OF 
RECOLONIZING ATLANTIC SALMON, SALMO SALAR, IN THE RHENANIAN DRAINAGE SYSTEM 
(NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN, GERMANY}. Naturwissenschaflen 82(2):92-93. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[Landesanstall Oekologie, Bodenordnung & Forsien, Dezernate Fisch., D-57399 Kirchhundem-Albaum, 
Germany] 

95-006601 Lessard, Marlin; Jean Boudreault and Gilles Bourgeois, GEOREFERENCED SALMON DATABASE. 
Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 44. 1994, FR 40(3} 

| Hydra-Quebec, 1010 Ste-Calherme Est, Montreal, PQ, Canada H2L 2G3. tel:51 4-985-71 B9] 

95-006602 Lobon-Cervia, ).; C. C. Utrilla and P. A. Rincon. VARIATIONS IN THE POPULATION DYNAMICS 
OF THE EUROPEAN EEL ANGUILIA ANGUtLLA (L} ALONG THE COURSE OF A CANTABRIAN RIVER, fro/. 
Freshwater fis/i4{1):1 7-27. 1995. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Evol. Ecol., Natl. Mus. Nat. Sci., CSIC, C/. Jose Gutierrez Abascal, 2, E-28006 Madrid, Spainl. 

95-006603 Longenbaugh, Matthew H. and Jeffrey R. Chan. KLAMATH RIVER FISHERIES ASSESSMENT 
PROGRAM. FINAL PROGRESS REPORT FOR FISHERIES INVESTIGATIONS ON BLUE CREEK, TRIBUTARY TO 
KLAMATH RIVER, NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, FY 1 993, Klamath River Fish. Resour. Off. Publ. 92(FP-2):55p. 1 994. 
FR 40(3) 

[U.S. Fish & Wiltll. Serv,, Coastal Fish. Resour. Off,, Arcata, CA| Oncor/iync/ius tshawytscha. 

95-006604 Lukas, Joseph A. and Donald J. Orlh. RELATIONS BETWEEN STREAMFLOW AND SPAWNING 
HA8ITAT FOR SMALLMOUTH BASS IN A REGULATED VIRGINIA STREAM. Am, Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. 
No. 124. p. 148. 1994. FR 40(3} 

[Idaho Power Co., P.O. Box 70, Boise 83707] Micropterus dolomieu. 

95-006605 Maas, Marian and Del Slallwood. FISHES OF HOLT CREEK (KEYA PAHA COUNTY, NEBRASKA). 
Pioc. Nebr. And 5d, No. 105. p. 31. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Cell Biol. & Anat., Univ. Nebr. Med. Cent., Omaha 681 9B] Phoxinus cos, P. neogaeus, Matgariscus 
tnargarita, Notropis hetemlepis, and data for eight other species. 

95-006606 Machado-Allison, Antonio. FACTORS AFFECTING FISH COMMUNITIES IN THE FLOODED 
PLAINS OF VENEZUELA. Acta Biol. Venez. 1 5(2):59-75. 1 994, In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(3) 
[Jnst. Zool. Trop., Mus, Biol., U.C.V., Apto. Correos 47058, Caracas 1041 -A, Venezuela] 

95-006607 Marsh, John H. APPLICATION OF A WATERSHED APPROACH TO SALMON RECOVERY. Am. 
Fish. Soc. Annv. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 54. 1 994. FR 40(3} 

[Northwest Power Planning Council, 851 SW 6th Ave,, Suite 1 100, Portland, OR 97204. tel;503-222-5161] 
Oncorhynchus In the Columbia River, 

95-006608 Millard, C. ]. and N. H. Ringler. RESTORATION OF ATLANTIC SALMON IN THREE CENTRAL NEW 
YORK STREAMS. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference III, April 13-April ffi, 1994. 
Cordon C Tucker, editor, p. 34. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(SUNY, Coll. Environ. Sci. & For., Syracuse, NY 13210| Sa/mo safer. 

95.006609 Morgan, C. R. and N. H. Ringler. ROLE OF A DENTHIC PREDATOR (COTTUS COGNATUS) AND 
STREAM COVER ON INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF A TRIBUTARY OFTHESUSQUEHANNA 
RIVER. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference, tune 20-22, 1990. Daniel P. Moltoy, 
compiler. N.Y. State Mus. Ore 54:41. 1990. FR 40(3) 

95^0066 10 Murray, K. R. BIOLOGICAL COMPONENTS OF THE U.S, GEOLOGICAL SURVEY'S HUDSON 
RIVER BASIN STUDY, NATIONAL WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT PROGRAM. Program and Abstracts, The 
New York Natural History Conference II, April 29-May 1, 1992. Gordon C Tucker, editor. N,Y. State Mus. Ore. 
5-1:55-56.1 992. FR 40(3) 

95-00661 1 Nankervis, James M. and Michael K. Young. NATURAL PROCESSES, HABITAT REHABILITATION 
AND WILD TROUT. Wild Trout V: Wild Trout in the 2 1st Century, a Symposium Held at Yellowstone National 
Park, September 26-27, J994. Roger Barnhart, Bill Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p. 77-81 . 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[U.S. For. Serv. Rocky Mt. For. & Range Exp. Stn., Forl Collins, CO] 

95-006612 Newcomb, Tammy J.; Sue A. Perry and William B, Perry. TRANSFERABILITY OF ACE-0 
SMALLMOUTH BASS HABITAT SUITABILITY CRITERIA. Am. Fish. Sac. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 87-88. 
1 994. FR 40(3) 

|pep. Fish. & Wildl., Mich. Slate Univ., 13 Nat. Resour. Bldg., East Lansing 4B824-1222. tel:5t 7-336-2760] 
e-mail:coo ntg@msu.edu] 

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MANAGEMENTAND RESEARCH (Continued) 

Dolloff and Arlhur J. Bulger. FISH HABITAT AND R5H 
" ' ' ' NATIONAL PARK WATERSHEDS. Am. Fish. Son Ann" 



,., Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, BQ Canad, 






[Dep. Nat. Resour., Sect. Fish., 7372 Slate Hwy. 25 SW, Montrose, MN 55363. tel:612.675-3301] 



, O. 



i^pS^ Chap n ' HETEROGE ^irV AND TYPOLOGY OF 

A ?- RET ? ^ ASTAL RIVER ( EL ORN-FINISTERE, FRANCE}. Space 
lcT , O/ '^ 5econd ' n(e ( ''' Co "g'5 o/' i/m/ratafy and 
P-259.2685 .FR40(3) ' ^ 2S ' 28 ' '"^ Cerard ^^^ ec//Wr - W>btok>8h Vol. 300/301. 

& Dep - Environ ' 



S.'S 3nd R dger L Nelson ' FISH HABITAT CONDIUONS;USINC 

ON TWO FFa c WAT?RSH ^ ^T P C ROCEDUR T ES ( FOR ACTING DIFFERENCES 

FR40(3) "lAiwijtu WATERSHEDS. U.S. for. Sem Cen. Tech. Rep. INT No. 300. Up. !}. 

Untermt. R es . sin., Enhancing Fish Habitats Res. Work Unit, Boise, ID| 

HAB TS IN THE LOWER COLUMBIA RIVEH: A 
tr. No. 1 24. p. 7 1 994. FR^ EXPLORING WHAT'S THERE. Am. Fish. Soc. Anau. Mm 



. . . 

INatl. Biol. Surv, Columbia River R es . Lab., Cook, WA 98605. ,61:509.538-2299] Spenser . 

wKuftoSE^^ SSg S? ANCE F LARVAL AND POST-LARVAL FISHES ON 

. No. 124 p lOO 1994 F R3 S F TW ALABAMA STREAMS. /\ m . f/sf,. Soc Anno. 



95-, 

IMF. ft Ptrtew: Noafl^^t 11 ! 113 ^^^ FOREST OF STREAM AND FISH MANAGEMENT.) 

[Agence Eau Ifton^i^.S?;! 9 ;}- ln ^hwiih English summ. FR 40(3) 
95006622 F [e "^^~^e, 31 rue Jules Guesde, 69510 Pierre-Benite, France| 

SPAWNING ESCAPEM^Nm^Ea RIVER FALL CHINO O SALMON NATURAt 

I993.FR40(3J JtCT(2 ' 21lA ^ ENDlx A.Wamath/^rF^.Resow.O/irp u W89(2.21Vt|47|i.| 

Onco/hynchirs (ihawy-tscha in California. 

SSIM? 3 ^MWP^OjOTSJamMnn^JS, R ' VER FALL C H'NOOK SALMON NATURAL 
89(2.21)B :5 p. 1933. FR40(3) ' ' 21) < MOD IFICATION NO. 1). Klamath River Fish. Resour. OH. t'ubf 

Oncorhynchus ^haw/tscfta In California. 
95-006624 Pollavciiuk M A ^ A v 
HSHERY "DASTREOF THEUSSR] tehSto 1 j'^S F E ESNA TRIBUTARIES IH Ttt 



OF SYSTEM OPERATIC 
f , New D/rea ' ons '"' WMr KSSOUKK Pl, mir , s 



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RIVER AND STREAM MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-006626 Power, Mary E.; Adrian Sun; Gary Parker; William E. Dietrich and ]. Timothy Wootton. HYDRAULIC 

FOOD-CHAIN MODELS, BibScfence 45(3):159-167. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Integrative Bio!., Univ. Calif., Berkeley 94720] 

95-006627 Pusey, Bradley ].; Angela H. Arthinglon and Marlin G. Read. SPECIES RICHNESS AND SPATIAL 
VARIATION IN FISH ASSEMBLAGE STRUCTURE IN TWO RIVERS OF THE WET TROPICS OF NORTHERN 
QUEENSLAND,AUSTRAL1A.nviron.B;o/./V5he542(2):18l-199.1995.FR40(3) 

lArthington: Cent. Catchment & In-Stream Res., Environ. Sci., Griffith Univ., Nathan, Qld, 411 1, Australia] 
Data (or 35 species. 

95-006628 Quinn, Jeffrey W. IMPACTS OF TROUT STREAM HABITAT REHABILITATION PROJECTS ON 
NONCAME FISH COMMUNITIES IN FIVE SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA STREAMS. Minn. Dep. Nat. Resour. 
WikIL Popul. & Res. Unit Rep. p. 1 42. 1 993. Abstract only. FR 40(3) _ 

[Dep Bid, Winona Stale Univ., P.O. Box 5838, Winona, MN 55987] Salvelinus fonlmahs, Cu/aea inconstans, 
Cottus cognatus, C bairdi, Sa/mo trutta, and Catostomus commersoni. 

95-006629 Railsback, Steven F.; Roger F. Blackett and N. Diane Poltinger. EVALUATION OF THE FISHERIES 
IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING PROGRAM FOR THETERROR LAKE HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT, 
Rivers 4[4J:31 2-327. 1993. FR 40(3) 

[250 California Ave., Arcala, CA 95521] Oncorhynchus in Alaska. 

95-006630 Redding, D. G,; M. F. O'Connell and T. R. Porter A SCIENTIFIC APPROACH TO MANAGEMENT 
BASED ON INDICATOR RIVERS. Am. fish. Soc Annu. Meet, Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 1 4-1 5. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Box 5667, Si. John's, NF, Canada A1 C 5X1 . e-mail:reddin@nllorc.nwafc.nf.cal Sa/mo 
safer in Canada. 

95-00663 1 Rieman, Bruce E. and John D. Mc.ntyra. DEMOGRAPHIC AND HABITAT REQUIREMENTS FOR 
CONSERVATION OF BULL TROUT. US. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. /NT No. 302, 38p. 1 993. FR 40(3) 

(Inlerml. Res. Sin., For. Sd. Lab., Boise, ID] Satvelinus confluenlus in the Rocky Mountain Region. 

95-006632 Ringler, N. H,; J. C. Kennen; S. J. Wisniewski and K. R. Murray. FISH COMMUNITIES OF LAKE 
ONTARIO TRIBUTARIES: LESSONS FROM SUBSIDIZED SYSTEMS. Pro-am and Bracts JheNewJork 
Nrtir JJ-ffstoy Conference, /une 20-22, 1990. Dan/e/ P. Molloy, compffer. N.Y. Stale N.V. State Mus. Ore. 54:46. 
1 990. FR 40(3) 

95.006633 Rode, Michael. BULL TROUT. In: Life on the Edge; A Guide to Cafffom/a's Endangered Natural 
Resources- Wildlife. CarlG. The/ander and Margo Crabtree, editors, p. 340-341. 1994. FR40(3) 

[Dep. Fish & Game, 3 N. Old Stage Rd., Mount Shasta, CA 96067] Sa/re/inus confluents. 
95-006634 Rohlf, Daniel. LEGAL ISSUES SHAPING SALMON'S FUTURE Co/toqulum: Who Run; i the River? 
^oniwedbytheNorthiveaM^^ 
November 41994. Richard Conn-Lee and Norman /. S/evert, ed/tors, Cnwraa taw 25(2):41 3-416 1 995 FR 40(3) 

[Northwest. School Law, Lewis & Clark Coll, Portland, OR 9721 9) Oncorhynchus in the Columbia River. 

95-006635 Ruffino, Mauro Luis and Victoria Judith Isaac. THE FISHERIES OF THE LOWER AMAZON: 
QUESTIONS OF MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT. Ac* Blol. Venez. 1 5(2):37-46. 1 994. In English with 



S B riiedo Amblente Recursos Nat. Renovaveis, Av. Tapajos, 2267-68.040-000 San.arenvPA, 
Bra2ill Arapaima gigas and Colossoma macropomum. 

95-006636 Schill, Daniel], and Paul A.KIine.BIOLOGICALSIGNIFICANCEOFANGLERNON.COMPLIANCE 
ON TWO IDAHO TROUT WATERS MANAGED WITH SPECIAL REGULATIONS. Am. F,sh. Soc. Annu. Meet, 
Af>s(r. No. 1 24. p. 1 63. 1 994. FR 40(3) ... 

[Dep. Fish & Game, 3806 S. Powerline Rd., Nampa, ID 83686. tel:208-465-8404| Oncorhynchus c/arfcf. 

95-006637 Schlosser, Isaac ). DISPERSAL, BOUNDARY PROCESSES, AND TROPHIOLEVEL INTERACTIONS 
IN STREAMS ADJACENT TO BEAVER PONDS. Eco/ogy 76(3):908-925. 1 995, FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Blol., Univ. Sin., Grand Forks, ND 58202-901 9] Data for 1 2 species in Minnesota. 

95-006638 Seki, Shingo; Nobuhiko Taniguchi; Naozumi Murakami; Akira Takamlchl and I Isao TakahashL 

SEASONALCHANGESINTHEMIXINCIWTEOFRESTO 

STOCKUSINGANALLOZYMEMARKER.F/sh.ScUO(1):31-35.1994.FR40(3) 

|Dep. Cult. Fish., Fac. Agrlc,, Kochi Univ., Nankoku, Kochl 783, Japan] P/ecog/osus alttvelis in Japan. 
95-006639 Shelby, Bo; Thomas C. Brown and Jonathan G. Taylor. STREAMFLOW AND RECREATION. U.S. 
For. Sen-. Cert. Tech. Rep. RM No. 209. 27p. 1 992. FR 40(3) 



FR40(3) 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

li**? ST * EAM MA _ NAGE MENTAND RESEARCH (Continued) 

r THE IMPACTS OF PASSIVE NETS AND TRAPS ON THE CIANGtllC 

"Ofporahng the Proceedings of the Symposium anil Workshop on tie 

Vets and Traps, la lolla, California, October 22-25, 1 990. Wi//;,ira F, Petcn 
'"" "~ '- ""-'=-'- - ' -,. is.p.627. 19' 



IRoyal Nepal Acad. Sci. & Technol. & Dep. Zool,, Kirtipur Campus, Kalhmandu, Nepal] 

' T RAL E LGY F F1SHES IN THE HUDSON RIVE * BASIN, 



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/ e RE ?f?, NSET COLUMB| A BASIN PROPOSAL: "IT'S THEORGANIZATIOM,...' 
1994. FR 40(3) " ^"d/ames fi. Karr, ed/iors. /tehee/. Nort/iiven fnwon. 1 0H):MH001 

[Dep. Anthropol,, Waldo 238, Oreg. State Univ., Corvallrs 9733 1-6403] 



C; THE SCOH 

ftsher ' es ^/npos/um: Proceedings of a Symposium Held if 

re - rho s > Hassler ' "UK*- P- ' 94-200. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

California. Walershed CRMP Group, P.O. Box 719, Elna, CA 96027] Oncorhyndw Isha^wfu in 



i A C Mn P ; a ,^^ harleS R Rabeni ' RE CIONAL EVALUATION OF THE RELATION Of HABITAT 
T ? AND ABUNDANCE OF SMALLMOUTH BASS AND LARGEMOUTH BASS IN MISSOURI 
. T/anr. Am. fij/i. Soc 124{2):240-251. 1995. FR 40(3) 

nJV ' M " 112 Slephens Hal1 ' Columbia 



, F R ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT OF LARGE RIVERS AND Tltilfl 

:168-182. 1995. FR 40(3) 
[River Res. Lab., P.O. Box 590, Havana, IL 62644] 



SALMON RECOVERY FOR THE BONNEVILLE !>(>IVER 
" Co ' / g"''""-- Who Rum the River? Sponsored by the Northivnr Win 

eeanWn nf - 5choo/ ^ tv erf tew/s & C/arfc Co//ege, November 4, 1994. 

j/i ee an Norman J. S;ever(, edtors. Environ, taw 25(2) ; 407-4 1 2. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
Oncorhynckus in the Columbia River. 



EDc SOIL AND WATER WHILE HARVCSTINC; TIMBER IN 

, n^ B ! C ,??S! N- Pceedmgs of (he Conference or, Decomposed CrDn/lfc i'Hlfe 
Of 92(E.?1, 73 83 1993 FR 4o ( 3) /n& Qfffera/a - 5a " 5ommafstrom ' *'". WaMWfh R to f(* 

(Div. Mmes & Geol., P.O. Box 670, Santa Rosa, CA 95402] 



FLOW 6 ?NCRE S MFNT k I[' SSli^l k^ mb; )im Henriks0 n; Xen Bovee and John Bartholnw. THE INS1KEAM 
199^40(3) ME THODOLOGY: A PRIMER FOR IFIM. US. Nat/. Blol. 5erv. Mot, R C p. No, 29. 4^p. 

INatl. BioL Serv., Midcontinent Ecol. Sci. Cent,, 4512 McMurry Ave, Fort Collins, CO aQ52!HH<lll| , 



AN OB J EC E AND QUANTITATIVE MliTMOtJ OF 
124. p. 182 1OT4 FR 4(X3J R RDER STREAMS "^ ^ 5oc. /^mu. Mwf. AhM. N* 



Salmonid Unit, R.R. H Picton, ON, Canail.1 KOK 2TO 
95*06650 S ^ns,Gretch e n.CONSaoU S NESSOFSTREAMS.N e mfromHud S ^ a (NT.J11(n 



AM Roe ' CONFLICTS BETWEEN ATLANTIC SALMON 

FR 40(3) *IIUNAU ANGLING. Am. f/sh, Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 2-4. p, 1-1. " 






WATERSHED NGND e^r R SJSr J ' l 'iS lda; Raymond P - Wor S an aild Micl * ac!l l Bowman : 
MARnAND.^.fth.Soc.Ann, S^E^J? ^ 101 *'^ OF AN AC IDIC STREAM IN 
IERM, Inc., 2666 Ri va Rd SuiuoS A , N ' 124 ' P- 128 - 1994 - FR 10(3) 
' iUUe 2 s, MD. tel:410.22frOflOfi1 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

RIVER AND STREAM MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-006653 Thruow, Russell F. and Daniel ]. Scliill. CONFLICTS IN ALLOCATION OF WILD TROUT 
RESOURCES: AN IDAHO CASE HISTORY. Wild Troul V: Wild Trout in the 21st Century, a Symposium Held at 
Yellowstone National Park, September 26-27, (994. Roger Barnhart, Bill Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors. 
p. 132-140. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Inlerml. Res, Stn., U.S. For. Serv., Boise ID) Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-006654 Thurow, Russel F. and Burns, David C. FISH RESPONSE TO FINE SEDIMENT DEPOSITION IN THE 
IDAHO BATHOLITH. Proceedings of the Conference on Decomposed Cranatic Soils: Problems and Solutions. 
October 21-23, 1992, Redding California. Sari Somrnerstrom, Editor: Klarnath River Fish. Resour, Off. Publ. 
92(E-11):12Q-130, 1993. FR 40(3) 

|U.S. For. Serv. Inlermt. Res. Stn. 316 E. Myrtle, Boise, ID 83702] Oncorhynchus ishawytscha in Idaho. 

95-006655 Timm, Tobias and Frans Heinrich Ohlenforst. [THE GROUNDWATER-EFFECTED LOWLAND 
BROOK.] Limnologica 24(3}:213-229. 1994. In German with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Iml. Oekol.j Abl. Hydrobiol. Univ. CHS Essen, 45117 Essen, Germany! Lampetra planeri, Nemacheilus 
barbatulus, and Cottusgobio in Germany. 

95-006656 Trush, William J. SHOULD THE PRIMARY GOAL FOR ANADROMOUS SALMONID 
RESTORATION IN THE KLAMATH RIVER BASIN BE GEOMORPHIC? Klamath Basin Fisheries Symposium: 
Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Eureka, California, 23-24 March 1994. Thomas I, Hassler, editor, p. 38-42. 
1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Init. River Ecosysl., Humboldt Slale Univ., Arcata, CA 9552 1 1 Oncorhynchus in California. 

95-006657 Volkman, John M. STEERING BY DICTA. Colloquium: Who Runs the River? Sponsored by the 
Northwest Water Law and Policy Project of Not thweslern School of law of Lewis & Clark College, November 4, 
1994. Richard Cohn-Lee and Norman I. Sievert, editors. Environ. Law 25(2):385-388. 1995. FR 40(3) 
Oncorhynchus in the Columbia River. 

95-006658 Weaver, William and Danny Hagans. THE CHALLENGE OF PROTECTING AND RESTORING 
KLAMATH RIVER WATERSHEDS FROM SEDIMENT-RELATED IMPACTS. Klamath Basin Fisheries Symposium: 
Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Eureka, California, 23-24 March 1994. Thomas I. Hassler, editor, p. 16-37. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

(Pac. Watershed Assoc., P.O. Box 4433, Arcata, CA 9552 1 ] 

95-006659 Werner, R. G. ECOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS OF FISH COMMUNITIES IN THE ST. LAWRENCE 
RIVER. Program and Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference, June 20-22, 1990. Daniel P. Molloy, 
compiler, N.Y. State Mus. Circ. 54:55. 1990, FR 40(3) 

95-006660 Wernstedt, Kris and Charles M. Paulsen. ECONOMIC AND BIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS TO AID 
SYSTEM PLANNING FOR SALMON RECOVERY IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER BASIN. /. Environ. Manage. 
43(4):3 13-33 1,1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Quality Environ. Div., Resour. Fulure, 1616 P St., NW, Washington, DC] Oncor/iynchus, 

95-0066&1 Whelan, Will. IDAHO'S STRATEGY IN IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF FISH & GAME v. NATIONAL 
MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE, Colloquium: Who Runs the Riverf Sponsored by the Northwest Water Law and 
Policy Project of Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College, November 4, 1994. Richard Cohn-Lee and 
Norman /. Sievert, editors. Environ. Law 25(2):399-402. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
Oncor/iyncnus in the Columbia River. 

95-0066&2 Whitaker, Richard S. DEVELOPING A REWARDING SUSTAINABLE RECREATIONAL SALMONID 
FISHERY IN NEWFOUNDLAND. Am. Fish, Soc, Annu. Meet. Abstr. No, 124. p. 15. 1994. FR 40(3} 

(Salmonid Assoc. East. NF, Mar. Inst. Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, Box 4920, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 
5R3.tel:709-778-0419]5a/mosa/ar in Canada. 

95-006663 Williams, John G. and Merritt E. Tuttle. THE COLUMBIA RIVER: FISH HABITAT RESTORATION 
FOLLOWING HYDROELECTRIC DAM CONSTRUCTION. Restoring the Nation's Marine Environment. 
Proceedings of the NOAA Symposium on Habitat Restoration, Washington, D.C., September 25-26, 1990. Gordon 
W. Jhayer, editor, p. 405-422. 1992. FR 40(3) 
INMFS, Northwest Fish. Cent., Seattle, WA) 

95-006664 Wooster, David and Andrew Sih. A REVIEW OF THE DRIFT AND ACTIVITY RESPONSES OF 
STREAM PREY TO PREDATOR PRESENCE. Oikos 73(1 ):3-8. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

(Cent. Evol., Ecol. & Behav., 101 Morgan Bldg., Univ. Ky., Lexington 40506-0225] 

95-006665 Wright, Al. SHOULD THE COURTS RUN THE RIVER? CoWoquium; Who Runs the River? Sponsored 
by the Northwest Water Law and Policy Project of Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College, November 
4, 1994. KJchard Cohn-Lee and Norman /. Sievert, editors. Environ. Law 25(2):403-405. 1 995. FR 40(3} 
Oncorhynchus in the Columbia River. 

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^ 



TE 5 MPERATUR Y F a FOR PRmF^Sn^^."^ and Michael J ' Sale ' MODELING OF RESERVOIR RELEAy 
n^SnlT? FORPR TE CTING DOWNSTREAM FISH HABITAT. Program /ssue; Program ancMbiiwls f^ 

"sTC^^^ 

9(2 ):1 25 1 9 ^ *" "' 



[Environ. Consult. Eng., P.O. Box 22668, Knoxville, TN 37933. tel:61 5-691-3888] 
PARAn Si M , l ^ a ,i,5 1 -r and R ' Nkk SchmaL MOBILE TROUT: CONSEQUENCES Of A N7-', 



,,. ' a ^pos/ Um HeW at n 

. Roger flamftarf, Bill Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p, 185-180. 1994. FRJ3) 
|U.S, For. Serv., Rocky Ml. For. & Range Exp. Sin., Laramie, WY] 



CHESTNt ir iwS Si f REDATION ON "-I^ORAL MICROCRUSTACEA ASSOCIATED WI1H WM[l 
fU^? IN Ti y LI SOUTH BAY ' A HUDSON RIVER TIDAL FRESHWATER WETIA^ 



SMAltSl iT^c^ru'.MK^ K and Roberl M ' Parker REUTIVE DENSITY AND DISTRIBUTION C* 
^ 

elvn st " clackamas ' OR 97015 ' Slizostedio " 



Paul W ' Seelba ch. THE EFFECTS OF STREAMFLOW AHI> HABITV 
A RM CARRYING CAPACITY OF A STREAM FOR SMALLMOUTI I 8* A: 

u. Meet. Afaslr. No. 124. p. 149. 1994. FR40(3) 

[Insl. nsh.Res.,212Mus. Annex fildg,, Ann Arbor,MI 48109-1084. (el:31 3- 



'^O^DMESfT MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH 

IOWA PrLSl 3 ? R 8ef W J a ? d 71m0thy A ' H V man ' THE RESTORATION OF UNION CIROV l>A 
*,^JS a I n ^ d ^, tract% J4t/1 /n(e ">^/ona/ Sxmpojfum, North American take Man3g*n[ 
ShSfc^-P^f 3 D '- Wovem ^r5, J994. Roger W. Sacfimana /oftn R. /ones, RobwiH ft-! 
oba/te,ed,t .iafceReservo/r Manage. 9(2):53-54. 1994. FR40(3) 
. & Aquat. Sci., Univ, Fla., Gainesville 32653. tel:904-392-961 7; fax:904-392-3462| 



P PULATIONS AND AQUATIC VEGETATION IN A HYKREUTROHtf 



r 

nSd M S J "* C( 1 er 3 '' Wo ^^ * "34. Roger W. Jtachma^, 
' ba/ ' e ' ed ' tO "- Lake 



d M ' . . 

/ r-V' ba/ ' e ' ed ' tO "- Lake ervo /r Manage. 9(2);56. 1 994. 
ater F,sh Comrn., Eustis, FL 32726. tel ; 904-357 6631 ] 

hTfv^*; n?? n ^ an , Abstract5 > 14ih International Symposium, North Amuten iid 

dM^ 
ITVA Reservoir nn , a " e ' ltors - Lake Reservo/r Manage. 9(2):60-61 . 1 994. FR 40(3) 

l'VA,R eS ervoIrOpe r at,on S planning&Dev.,Knoxvllle,TN 37902. tel:615-632-7l64 
9WM&675 ' Cnvelli A I-P rnii u i 
OF RAISING WATER I&piV A^ i^lT/.?^^ 
KE 



. RESERVOIR ' A ^MSAR SITE IN NORTHERN GREKI. 

inus carph. '' " 3 ' at ' U Sambuc ' 1 320 Ar| es, France] sox ludus, Angullla anQuilh, Sitwai glanii, vi 

Rcsponwi to awgS/MeSn! F J N INEERS WATER USE CONFLICT - ALLOCATION STUDS 
Pnpcwxfings of BfcndWvUwS finmT? ^ D/recltons for W/ater Resources Planning wi 
Sate i and RfeO.Wadlfngt W ;S7 D m ^ S ^T mHeW/flNai/lW//e ' Ter "> e ee, 17-20 April 
' IHydroL tng. Cent, 609 SBMMI r . ' FR4 ( 3 > 

, Second St., Da W s, CA 9561 6. lel:91 6-756-1 1 04] 



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95-006677 Dekker,Willem, ASSESSMENT OF THE HISTORICAL DOWNFALLOFTHEIJSSELMEER FISHERIES 
USING ANONYMOUS INQUIRIES FOR EFFORT DATA. Catch Effort Samp/ing Strategies; Their Application in 
Ftesbwaler Fisheries Management. Papers from (he Symposium, University of Hull, UK, 2-6 April 1990. Ian C. Coivx, 
editor, p. 233-240. 1991. FR 40(3) 

Anguilla anguilla, Osmerus eperlanus, Stizostedion ludoperca, and Perca fluviatiiis in the Netherlands. 

95-006678 DeVries, Dennis R. and Roy A. Stein. ASSESSING THE ROLE OF SHAD IN OUR WATERS: CAN 
WE DRAW ANY CONCLUSIONS? Program issue: Program and Abstracts, Nth international Symposium, North 
American Lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 3 1 -November 5, 1 994. Roger W. Bachmann, John 
R. /ones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage, 9(2}:68. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacull., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849, tel:205-844-9322; 
e-mail :ddevries@ag.auburn.edul 

95-006679 Mains, John ].; Joe H. Carroll and Michael C. Alexander. EFFECTS OF HYDROLOGY AND 
LACUSTRINE PROCESSES ON FISH HABITAT IN HARTWELL LAKE, SC/GA. Program Issue: Program and 
Abstracts, I4th International Symposium, North American Lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 
3 {-November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, lohn R. Jones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake 
Reservoir Manage. 9(2):78. 1994, FR 40(3) 

[USAE- Waterways Exp. Sin., P.O. Box 533, Calhoun Falls, SC 29628. tel;8Q3-447-8561| 

95.006680 Haverland, Timothy ]. and Paul F. Hopkins. USING CIS AND GPS TO INVESTIGATE THE SPATIAL 
ACCURACY OF STREAM HABITAT INVENTORIES USED FOR FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. Am. Fish. Soc. Anna 
Meet. Abslr. No. 124. p. 9. 1994. FR40(3) 

[SUNY, Coll. Environ. Sci. & For., Syracuse, NY 1320B] 

95-OD6681 Henny, C. ]. and ]. L. Kaiser. EFFECTS OF ROTENONE USE TO KILL "TRASH" FISH ON OSPREY 
PRODUCTIVITY AT A RESERVOIR IN OREGON./. Raptor Res. 29(1):58. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[Nail. Biol. Surv., 3080 SE Clearwaler Dr., Corvallis, OR 97333| 

95-006682 Home, Alex ], TURBIDITY, FISH KILLS, AND MINIMUM POOLS IN CALIFORNIA-NEVADA 
RESERVOIR OUTFLOWS. Program Issue: Program and Abstracts, Mth International Symposium, North American 
Lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 3 f -November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bachmann, lohn R, tones, 
Robert H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):82-83. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
|Dep. Civil & Environ. Eng., Univ. Calif., Berkeley 94530] 

95-006683 Irwin, Elise R. and Richard L Noble. QUANTIFICATION OF JUVENILE LARGEMOUTH 
BASS- LITTORAL HABITAT RELATIONSHIPS USING CIS: A LANDSCAPE APPROACH. Am. fish. Soc. Annu, Meet. 
Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 7. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[N.C. State Univ., Dep, Zool., Box 761 7, Raleigh 27695. tel:91 9-51 5-4590, cxt. 7586] Micropterus saimoides 
in North Carolina. 

95-0066B4 Konikoff, Mark and H. Dickson Hoese. EFFECT OF MARSH MANAGEMENT ON FISHERIES 
SPECIES IN COASTAL LOUISIANA PONDS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p, 1 14, 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Biol., Univ. Southwest. La., Lafayelle 70504. lei :3 18-23 1-6 75 4] 

95-006685 Lowery, Donny R.; William B. Wrenn and Michael J. Maceina. LARGEMOUTH BASS AND 
AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL IN A MAINSTEM TENNESSEE RIVER IMPOUNDMENT. Program Issue: Program 
a/id Abstracts, 14th internationai Symposium, North American Lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, 
October 31-November 5, J994. Roger W. Bachmann, lohn R. /ones, Robert H. Peters, and David M. Sobai/e, 
editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):92. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

ITVA OSA IB, Muscle Shoals, AL 35660. lel:205-386-2729j Ctenopharyngodon Idelta and Micropterus 
saimoides in Alabama. 

95-006686 Maceina, Michael ]. and William C. Reeves. THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN AQUATIC PLANT 
ABUNDANCE AND TOURNAMENT CATCH STATISTICS OF BLACK BASS ON TWO TENNESSEE RIVER 
IMPOUNDMENTS. Program issue; Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North American Lake 
Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 31 -November 5, 1994. Roger W. Bacnmannjofin R. tones, Robert 
H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):93. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacull., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849. tel:205-844-9319| Micropterus saimoides 
in Alabama, 

95>006687 Mltzner, Larry. MANAGEMENT OF AQUATIC VEGETATION WITH GRASS CARP IN IOWA, 
1973-1993. Program Issue; Program and Abstracts, 14th International Symposium, North American Lake 
Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 3 1-November 5, 1 994. Roger W. Bachmann, lohn R. /ones, Robert 
H. Peters, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2}:99-1 00. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

| Dep. Nat. Resour,, Rt. 1, Box 209, Chariton, IA 50049. tel:51 5-774-2958] Ctenopharyngodon idella. 

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LARGE IMPOUNDMENT MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-006688 Pinney, Chris A; William V. Mavros and Betty ]. Evans. BIOTIC ANALYSIS OF LOWER ORA.MTI 
RESERVOIR DRAWDOWN USING CIS. Am. Fish. Soc. Amu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. B. 1991. FR 40(3) 
(U.S. Army Corps Eng., Walla Walla, WA 99362. tel:509-522-6613| 

95-006689 Pinney, Chris; Bill Mavros and Betty Evans. BIOTIC ANALYSIS OF LOWER GRANITK RESIRVO.* 
DRAWDOWN USING CIS. Program Issue: Program and Abstracts, 1 4th International Symposium WwihArr.rr.^1 
Lake Management Society, Orlando, Florida, October 31 -November 5, 1994. Roger W. fiaduiwmj, fntw tt. 
RobettH. Peteis, and David M. Soballe, editors. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2J:104. 1994. FR 4<1[J> 
(U.S. Army Corps Eng., Walla Walla, WA 99362. lei :5 09-5 2 2-6 61 3| 

95-006690 Porak, Weslley; Steve Crawford and Dennis Renfro. STOCKING ADULT LAROEMOUTIi 
AND USING RESTRICTIVE HARVEST REGULATIONS IN A 24-HECTARE STRIP-MINE LAKE. Am. fMt. ><H' 
Meet Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 89. 1994. FR 40(3) 

ICame & Fresh Water Fish Cornm., P.O. Box 1903, Eustis, FL 32727-2903. lel:M57-hfi3 H M'ur 
ja/mo/des in Florida. 



95-006691 Silva, Rui P. E.; David R. Stanley and Charles A. Wilson. DENSITY AND TAIMU.T 
DISTRIBUTION OF FISH THROUGH ATIDAL PASS USING STATBONARY DUAL BEAM HYl)R< >A JlJSTKi. 
Am. fish. Soc Annu. Meet. Abstr. No, 1 24. p. 38-39. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Coastal Fish. Ins!., Cent. Coastal Energy & Environ, Resour, La. Slate Univ., Baton Roiiftu VOItl) I] 

95-006692 Wilkerson, Michael L and William L Fisher. CIS BASED ANALYSIS OP 5TKIITI) UASS HABITAT 
SUITABILITY IN ROBERTS. KERR RESERVOIR, OKLAHOMA. Am. Fish. Soc, Annu. MtXL Atntr. Nu. U4. p *>. 
1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Coop, fish & Wild!. Res. Unit, 404 Life Sci. W,, Okla. Slate Univ., Slillwaler 74070] Mnnmf MI.K.'I* 

ESTUARY MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH 

95-006693 Bagge, Ole; FriizThurow; Erik Steffensen and Jesper Bay. THE BALTIC COD. .S'pi'c /.i( tw <i t- 1 
and Fisheries in the Bailie. Ian E. Beyer, Viliy Christensen, Michael Elliott, Erik Hoffmann, C C. (:. IttiitMw. INvii 
Kioiboe, William T. Peterson, and Dietrich Schnack, editors. Dana Vol. 10. p. 1-28. 1 994. FR -1<I( !1) 

(Danish Inst. Fish. & Mar. Res,, Charlottenlund Castle, DK-2920 Cliarlotlcnlund, Dcnntark^ C.if/rit M^yjfc 
the Baltic Sea. ; 

95-006694 Beyer, Jan E.; Villy Christensen; Michael Elliott; Erik Hoffmann; C. C. E. Hn|jklns; 'Tin ..... i^ Kn^it^ 
William T.Peterson and Dietrich Schnack, editors. SPECIAL ISSUE ON FISH AND FISHEKIliS IK IMF 
Dana Vol. 10. p. 1-234. 1994. FR 40(3) 

panish Inst, Fish. Res., Charlottenlund Castle, DK-2920 Charlaltenlund, Denmark] Scli-ctril 
m this issue of fisheries Review. 



v Breitburg, D. L; T. Loher and C. Pacey. tFFECTS OF LOW DISSOLVED OXY( IfN < JN fK* JfHK 
INTERACTIONS IN AN ESTUARINE FOOD WEB, Am. fish. Soc. Annu. Mcel. Abstr. No. \M. |). 'Ml, PI'H fK-J-iO 
'^l U l ' Sci " fi enedicl Estuarine Res. Lab., Benedict, MD 2061^. li;l: ill 1 'J7-M I H 
frmau : |ohersay.acnat5d.or g ] Wo/one saxatilis in the Chesapeake Bay. 



)effrey A ' and David - Conover. PREDATION BY JUVENILE BUJ1IHS1 1 W t 

USDONRIVERESTUARYMm.Rsh.Soc.Arinu.Mm.Abstr.No.l^.p. Ill, Vi' 
l . m B m " Univ ' Slon >' Brook ' Ston V Brook, NY 11794-5000. lrl:'iH-M; H*,M 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

ESTUARY MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-006701 Creenway, Margaret. TROPHIC RELATIONSHIPS OF MACROFAUNA WITHIN A JAMAICAN 
SEAGRASS MEADOW AND THE ROLE OF THE ECHINOID LYTECHINUS VARIEGATUS (LAMARCK). Bull. Mar. 
Sci. 56(1):71 9-736. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|Fac. Environ. Sci., Griffith Univ., Nathan, Qld. 411 1, Australia] Data for 29 species. 

95-006702 Guillen, George; Peter J. Hanson; Diana Sleinman and Steven Marx. CHARACTERISTICS OF 
DEMERSAL NEKTON POPULATIONS INHABITING AN INDUSTRIALIZED COASTAL BAYOU, Am. Fish. Soc 
Annu, Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 95. 1 994. FR40(3) 

[NaI.Resour.Conserv.Comm., 5144 E, Sam Houston Pkwy.N., Houston, TX 7701 5) 

95-006703 Hart, T. F. PROTECTING THE HUDSON ESTUARY. Program and Abstracts, T/ie New York Natural 
History Conference !!, April 29-May I (992. Gordon C. Tucker, editor. N.Y. State Mus. Circ. 54:41 . 1 992. FR 40(3) 

95-006704 Jassby, Alan D.; William ). Kimmerer; Stephen G. Monismith; Charles Armor; James E. Cloern; 
Thomas M. Powell; Jerry R. Schubel and Timothy J. Vendlinski. ISOHALINE POSITION AS A HABITAT 
INDICATOR FOR ESTUARINE POPULATIONS. Ecol. Appl. 5(1):272-289, 1995. FR 40(3) 
|Div. Environ. Sludies, Univ. Calif,, Davis 95&1 G] Morone saxat///s in California. 

95-006705 Karlsson, Lars and Osten Karlslrom. THE BALTIC SALMON (SALMO SAIAR L): ITS HISTORY, 
PRES ENT SITUATION AND FUTURE. Spec/a/ Issue on Fish and Fisheries in the Baltic. Ian E. Beyer, Villy Christensen, 
Michael Elliott, Erik Hoffmann, C. C. E. Hopkins, Thomas Kiorboe, William T. Peterson, and Dietrich Schnack, 
editors. Dana Vol. 10, p. 61-85. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Swedish Salmon Res. Inst,, Forskarstigen, S-810 70 Alvkarleby, Sweden] 

95-006706 Keister, Julie E.; E. D. Houde and D. L. Breitburg. HABITAT SELECTION AND PREDATION RISK: 
EFFECTS OF LOW DISSOLVED OXYGEN ON FISH LARVAE IN CHESAPEAKE BAY. Am. Fish. Soc. Annii. Meet. 
Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 1 6. 1 994. FR40(3) 

JChesapeake Biol. Lab., Univ. Md., Solomons 2068B-0038. tel:410-326-7314; e-mail:keister@cbl.umd.edu| 
GobJosoma bosc and Morone saxalitfs. 

95-006707 Kirkman, Hugh. LARGE-SCALE RESTORATION OF SEAGRASS MEADOWS. Restoring the Nation's 
Marine Environment. Proceedings of the NOAA Symposium on Habitat Restoration, Washington, D.C, September 
25*26, 1990. Gordon W.Jhayer, editor, p. 111-140. 1992. FR 40(3) 
ICSIRO Div. Fish., W.A., Australia] 

95-006708 Largy, T. B. ANIMAL AND PLANT REMAINS FROM STATUE OF LIBERTY AND ELLIS ISLAND, 
N EW YORK. Program and Abstracts, T/ie New York Natural History Conference II, April 29-May I 1 992. Gordon 
C. Tucket, editor. N.Y. State Mus. Circ. 54:47. 1 992. FR 40{3) 
Acipenser and Pogonfas cromis. 

95-006709 Lugovaya, E. S. [COMMERCIAL RESOURCES RESERVES AND PROSPECTS OF FISHERY 
INTENSIFICATION IN THE VISTULA BAYOFTHE BALTIC SEA.) /fisheries Researches in the Atlantic and Southern 
Pacific Oceans. Collected Volume of Scientific Papers.] Fisheries Committee of the Russian Federation, p. 201-211, 
258-259. 1 993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 

Abtamis brama, Rulltus rutilus, Stizostedion lucioperca, Anguilla anguilla, and Perca fluviatilis. 

95-00&710 McEachron, Lawrence W.; Gary C. Matlock; C. E, Bryan; Phil Unger; Terry J. Cody and Joe H. 
Martin. WINTER MASS MORTALITY OF ANIMALS IN TEXAS BAYS. Northeast Gulf Sci. 13(2):121-138. 1994. 
FR40(3) 

[Parks &< Wild Dep,, Coastal Fish. Div., 702 Navigation Circle, Rockport, TX 70302] Data for 1 03 species. 

95-0067 1 1 McFarlane, Robert W. AN ENVIRONMENTAL INVENTORY OF THE ARMAND BAYOU COASTAL 
PRESERVE. Galveston Bay Nat/. Estuary Program Publ. GBNEP-8. 66p. 1 991 . FR 40(3) 
Data for 39 species in Texas, 

95-006712 McKay, Laura; Sarah Mabey and Bryan Watts. COMBINING SONGBIRD AND FISHERIES 
HABITAT PROTECTION WITH SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON VIRGINIA'S EASTERN 
SHORE, Conservation in Working Landscapes; 20th Annual Natural Areas Conference, University of Maine, Orono, 
Maine, June 22-26, 1993. Natural Areas Association, convener, p. 27. 1 993. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

95-006713 Monaco, Mark E. and Tony A. Lowery. ESTUARINE BIOGEOGRAPHY AS DEFINED BY THE 
COUPLING OF PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. 
p. 116-117,1994. FR 40(3) 

[NOAA's Strategic Environ. Assessments Div., 1305 East West Hwy., Silver Spring, MD 20910. 
tel:301-713-3000] 

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95-00671 4 Monleiro Filho, Emygdio L A. ACCIDENTAL CATCH OF SOTALIA BRAStLIENSIS IN SOUTHEAST 
BRAZIL. G/Jtoeis and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of (he Symposium and Workshop on (he Mortality 
of Celaceans In Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October 22-25, 1 990. William F. Perrin, Gregory 
P. Donovan, and lay flar/oiv, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 625. 1 994. Abstract only. 
FR 40(3) * 

[Oep. Zool., Inst. Biol., Campinas, SP, CP 6109, Cep. 13.081, Brazil] 

95-006715 Nelson, David M. and Mark E. Monaco. NOAA'S ESTUARINE LIVING MARINE RESOURCES 
(ELMR) PROGRAM: COMPLETION OF A NATIONAL DATA BASE. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. AbOr. No 1 24. 
p. 87. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Estuarine Living Mar. Resour. Program, Biogeogr. Characterization Branch, NOAA NOS Strategic Environ. 
Assessments Div., 1305 Easl-West Hwy., 9lh Floor, Silver Spring, MD 20910. tel:301-71 3-3000, exL 162] 

95-006716 Parmanne, Raimo; Olto Rechlin and Bengt Sjostrand. STATUS AND FUTURE OF HERRING AND 
SPRAT STOCKS IN THE BALTIC SEA. 5pecfo/ Issue on Fish and Fisheries in the Baltic. )an E. Beyer, Vilty Chrisicnsw, 
Michael Elliott, Erik Hoffmann, C C . Hopkins, Thomas Klorboe, William I Peterson, and Dietrich Schnsct:, editor*, 
Dana Vol. 10. p. 29-59. 1994, FR 40(3) 

(Finnish Came & Fish. Res. Inst., Fish. Div., FIN-001 50 Helsinki, Finland] Clupea harengus and Spra tlus stilus. 

95-006717 Schmidt, R. E. ECOLOGY OF FISHES OF THE LOWER HUDSON RIVER SYSTEM. Program and 
^bslractj, The New York Watuva/ History Conference, tune 20-22, 1990. Daniel P. Molloy, compiler. N.Y. Slate 
Mus. Ore 54:47. 1990, FR 40(3) 

Notropis hudsonius and Catostomus commersoni in New York. 

95-00671& Seneca, Ernest D. and Stephen W. Broome. RESTORING TIDAL MARSHES IN NORTH CAROLINA 
AND FRANCE. Restoring the Nation's Marine Environment. Proceedings of the NOM Symposium on ftoJjfwi 
Restoration, Washington, D.C, September 25-26, 1990. Gordon W. Thayer, editor, p. 53-78. 1992. PR 40(.l) 
IDep, Botany & Soil Sci., N.C, State Univ., Raleigh 27607| 

95-006719 Simenslad, Charles A. and Ronald M. Thorn. RESTORING WETLAND HABITATS IN URBANE/CD 
PACIFIC NORTHWEST ESTUARIES. Restoring the Nation's Marine Environment. Proceedings of tho NOAA 
Symposium on Hafai'tal Restoration, Washington, D.C., September 25-26, 1990. Gordon W. Thwcr. ciUlor. 
p. 423-472. 1992. FR 40(3) 

[Fish. Res. Inst., Univ. Wash., Seattle 98195] 

95-006720 Turk Boyer, Peggy T. and Gregory K. Silber. ESTIMATE OF VAQUITA, PHOCOENA SINUS, 
MORTALITY IN GILLNET FISHERIES IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF CALIFORNIA, MEXICO. COtocls and 
Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in 
Passive Rshing Wets and Traps, la lolla, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F, Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, 
and fay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 628-629. 1994. Abstract only, FR 10(3) 
llntercull. Cent. Study Deserts & Oceans, 2601 E. Airport Rd,, Tucson, AZ 85706] 

95-006721 Zedler, Joy B. RESTORING CORDGRASS MARSHES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Restoring the 
Nation's Marine EnvrronmenL Proceedings of the NOM Symposium on Habitat Restoration, Washington, D.C, 
September 25-26, 1990. Gordon W. Thayer, editor, p. 7-51. 1992. FR 40(3) 
(Pac. Estuar. Res. Lab. (PERL), San Diego State Univ., San Diego, CA 92182] 

MARINE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH 

?, lj^ ud0 ' ] Z nac] ~ PRELIMINARY REPORT ON DEATH OF CETACEANS IN CILLNCTS IN 
NORTHEASTERN VENEZUELAN WATERS. C/Wnels and Cetaceans; Incorporating the Proceeding of tho 
Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La loltn, CaSfhmtt, 
October 22-25, 1990. WrWiam F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Uftaftu Comm. 
Spec, Jssue No. 1 5. p. 623. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3} 

IFundacetacea Fund. Venbezolana para Invest., Defensa & Conserv. Mamiferos Cetaceos & Afines, P.O. Bos 
1 273, Carmelilas, Caracas 1010, Venezuela] 



- COLLECTION OF PAPERS RELATED TO NORTHERN COD AMI) SFAIS 
<hn a ,. PAPERS PRESENTED TO THE SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL - 1993. 

Fish. Organ. Set. Counc. Stud. No. 21. 154p. 1994. FR 40(3) 



Elilif,' 11 ; ' 8 ^ S ?' ^ UnCil Sludies ' P -- Box 638 ' Dartmouth, NS, Canada B2Y 3Y!)| C.'srfui 
the northwestern Atlantic Ocean. Individual papers indexed inthis issue of Fisheries Review. 

l ' RSHERS BETWEEN DANCERS -^ m ' Fish - Soc > Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24, p. 1 19. 
(Anthropol Dap., Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5S7. teh 709-7374870] 



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95-006725 Anderson, Emory D. ICES: THE SOURCE OF SCIENTIFIC ADVICE ON FISHERY MANAGEMENT 
IN THE NORTHEAST ATLANTIC. Am. Fish, Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 3. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[.NOAA/NMFS, Northeast Fish. Sci. Cent., Woods Hole, MA 02543. tel:508-S48-5123] 

95-006726 Angel, John. RESOURCE ALLOCATION - A COLLISION COURSE WITH RESOURCE 
CONSERVATION? Am. Fish. Soc, Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 29. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Fish. & Habitat Manage. Branch, Dep, Fish. & Oceans, Halifax, NS, Canada. tel:902-426-2583| 

95-006727 Annand, C; G. Peacock and R. O'Boyle, THE IMPLICATIONS OF INDIVIDUAL BOAT QUOTA 
MANAGEMENT FOR SPECIES OUTSIDETHE IQ PROGRAM. Am. Fish. Soc, Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 75-76. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, P.O. Box 1066, Darmouth, NS, Canada B2Y 4A2. iel:902-426-3514| Pollachius Wrens 
and Me/a/iogrammcis aeglefinus in Canada. 

95-006728 Anlhony, Vaughn C. and Stephen H. Clark. ICNAF AND ITS ROLE IN MANAGEMENT OF 
NORTHWEST ATLANTIC FISHERIES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 3. 1 994. FR 40(3} 
[NOAA/NMFS, Northeast Fish, Sci. Cent., Woods Hole, MA 02543. lel:508-54a-5123] 

95-006729 Apostle, Richard; Bonnie McCay and Knul H. Mikalsen. CENTRALIZATION AND 
PRIVATIZATION: A COMPARISON OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT REGIMES IN ATLANTIC CANADA AND 
NORWAY. Am. fish. 5oc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 1 7, 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Sociol., Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, NS, Canada B3H 3)5, tel:902-494-2069] 

95-006730 Atkinson, D. B. SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE BIOMASS AND ABUNDANCE OF FISH 
CAPTURED DURING STRATIFIED-RANDOM BOTTOM TRAWL SURVEYS IN NAFO DIVISIONS 2J AND 3KL, 
AUTUMN 1981-1991. Collection of Papers Related to Northern Cod and Seals in NAFO Divisions 2} and 3KL 
Papers Presented to the Scientific Council - 1993. T. /\maratunga, editor. Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ. Sci. Counc, 
Sltid. No. 21 . p. 43-66. 1 994, FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Northwest Atl. Fish. Cent., P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1 1 Cat/us 
morhua, Sefaastes, Reinhardlius hippoglossoides, Hippoglossoides platessoides, and Glyptocephalus cynog/ossus 
in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean. 

95-006731 Baracco, Alan. MANAGEMENT OF OCEAN SALMON FISHERIES IN CALIFORNIA AND 
OREGON. Klamath Basin Fisheries Symposium: Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Eureka, California, 23-24 
March 1994, Thomas f. Hassler, editor, p. 129-133. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish & Game, 1 701 Nimbus Rd., Suite B, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670] Oncorhynchus tshawylscha. 

95-006732 Barlow, Jay; Robin W. Baird; John E. Heyning; Kate Wynne; Albert M. Manville, II; Lloyd F. Lowry; 
Doyle Hanan; John Sease and Vladimir N. Burkanov. A REVIEW OF CETACEAN AND PINNIPED MORTALITY 
IN COASTAL FISHERIES ALONG THE WEST COAST OF THE USA AND CANADA AND THE EAST COAST OF 
THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION. Cillnets and Cetaceans: Incorporating (he Proceedings of (he Symposium and 
Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October 22-25, 
1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 
1 5. p. 405-426. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Southwest Fish. Sci. Cent., P.O. Box 271, La Jolla, CA 92030| 

95-006733 Barrett, Gene and Sveln Jentoft. FLEXIBLE SPECIALIZATION OR FLEXIBLE DIVERSIFICATION? 
RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND SMALL BUSINESS NETWORKING STRATEGIES IN FISHER-DEPENDENT 
COMMUNITIES. -Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 6. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep. Sociol., Si. Mary's Univ., Halifax, NS, Canada. lel:902-420-5879] 

95-006734 Barros, Netlo B. and Rogerlo L. Teixeira. INCIDENTAL CATCH OF MARINE TUCUXI, SOTMIA 
FLUVIATILIS, IN ALAGOAS, NORTHEASTERN BRAZIL. C///nels and Cetaceans: /ncorporal/ng (he Proceedings of 
(he Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La Jollct, California, 
October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and Jay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. 
Spec Issue No. 1 5. p. 265-268. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Hubbs-Sea World Res. Inst., P.O. Box 691602, Orlando, FL 32869-1602] Trichlurus lepturus, Diaplenis 
oiislhonomus, Mugil liza, and Stelltfer. 

95-006735 Benke, Harald. A NOTE ON CETACEAN BYCATCHES IN GERMAN WATERS. Gillnets and 
Cetaceans; Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in 
Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, 
andjay Barlow, editors. Rep. Inl Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15, p. 217-218. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Forsch. & Technologiezenlr. Westkueste Univ. Kiel, Werftstr. 10, D-25761 Buesum, Germany) Cadus 
morhua. 

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i-l 993. Gillnels and Cetaceans: 
of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing f 

. - -- _. ^f.-f.. tJJU. William h fftfrin ^*nrrrt, n r-i , --"tiii^ r 

Corn.. Spec, tssue No. , 5. p. 2 1 1 2 T 5 I^TpR S7 * DO " OVan ' ^ ^ Bar ' W ' 
'- Zool, Stockholm Univ., S-1 06 91 Stockholm, Sweden] 

( M - ^^^^J^S^?f. ^T RSHERY MANAGEMENT. 

'- Hosier, editor, pj 57-158. 1994. FR 40m Vmp S ' t/m HeWm Eureka ' Califo ^ 23-24 Mvch W* 
ihirilrli Cick- 1_ .... . ' ' 



95-006738 Bioree A R I R n 

INCIDENTAL CATCHES Of 'SSS. CETACEA^^Z", ""^ F ' Perrin ' editors - SIGNIFICANT DIRECT AND 

Symposium and Workshop o n the MorLlfo o CeSc^ , P C ? (a ?"? : '""ipoiaffofl (he Proceed 

October 22-25, 1990. W a m F. Pe^n ell P n n ^ ^7 ^T 8 NetS and 7ra P s ' l 

Spec. fe ue No. 1 S, p. 73-1 30 1 994 FR40m ^ '^^ et *' toffi fie ^' '"' 

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P. 197-208. I9 94.FR 40(3) 

[Fish. Div,, CS1 RO Ma, La,, , O . Box 120, Cleveiand, Q, d . 41 63, Austria, 



9s o, 1-60100 Ancona, Italy] 

ATIANT1C. cfeSceL^^;^" 35 - THE t FRENCH ALBACORE TUNA FISHERY IN THE NORTH 

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editor. Ma, fi/o/. j.^ ^^.^tibn artctoiffffcftjw,,; 

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95'006748 Cadrin, Steven X.; Arnold B, Howe; Steven ]. Correia and Thomas P. Currier. EVALUATING THE 
EFFECTS OFTWO COASTAL MOBILE GEAR FISHING CLOSURES ON FINFISH ABUNDANCE OFF CAPE COD. 
N. Am. I Fish. Manage. 15(2):300-315. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Div. Mar. Fish., 1 8 Rt. 6A, Sandwich, MA 02563] P/euronecies americanus, Stenotomuschrysops, Centroptistis 
striala, Scopnlha/mus aquosus, Paratichthys dentatus, and Raja ennacea in Massachuselts. 

95-006749 Cannella, Graciela and Alfredo Ximenez. REVIEW OF GILLNET AND TRAP FISHERIES IN THE 
BRAZILIAN REGION. Cillnets and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop 
on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La folia, California, October 22-25, 1 990, William 
F. Peirin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. /n(. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 618. 1994. 
Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

|Lab. Mamiferas Aqua!. & Ictiol. Univ. Fed. Santa Catarina, Caixa Postal 5132, Campus Universitario 88049 
Flortanopolis, SC, Brazil] 

95-006750 Capistrano, L; R. Ramos and A. P. Beneditto. INCIDENTAL CAPTURE OF SMALL CETACEANS 
ON THE COASTS OF RIO DEJANEIRO, ESPIRITU SANTO AND BAHIA STATES, BRAZIL, Gil/nets and Cetaceans: 
In corpora (ing the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing 
Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, 
editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 623. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

(FEMAR, World Wildl. Fund-US Pro], No. 3807, Rua Marques Olinda 18, Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro 22.230, 
Brazil] 

95-006751 Castilla, Aurora M. and Juan Jimenez Perez, RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN FISHERY ACTIVITIES AND 
PRESENCE OF THE AUDOUIN'S GULL (LARUS AUDOUINII] IN THE COLUMBRETES ISLANDS. Colon. 
Waterbirds 1 8(1 ):1 08-1 12. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Biol, Univ. Antwerp (UIA), B-2610 Wilrijk, Belgium] 

95-006752 Chadwick, Michael. CANADA'S EAST COAST: THE FUTURE OF MIXED-STOCK FISHERIES. Am. 
fish, Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 63. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Sci. Branch, Gulf Reg., P.O. Box 5030, Moncton, NB, Canada E1C 9B6. 
tel:506-851-6206] 

95-006753 Chouinard, G. A. and A. F. Sinclair. SOUTHERN GULF OF ST, LAWRENCE COD - CAUSES OF 
DECLINE AND LESSONS FOR THE FUTURE. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu, Meet. Ahstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 51 . 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Dep, Fish. & Oceans, Gulf Fish. Cent., P.O. Box 5030, Moncton, NB, Canada E1C 9BG. tel:506-851-6220; 
fax 506-851-2387) Gat/us mornua in Canada. 

95-006754 Chu, Ellen W^ and James R.Karr, editors. WHAT FUTURE FOR WILD SALMON? Wahee/. Northwest 
Environ. 10(4):245-319. 1994. FR40(3) 

Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. Oncorhynchus in the Columbia River. 

95-006755 Cockcroft, V. G. and R. Krohn. PASSIVE GEAR FISHERIES OF THE SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN AND 
SOUTHEASTERN ATLANTIC OCEANS: AN ASSESSMENT OF THEIR POSSIBLE IMPACT ON CETACEANS. 
GiJ/neis and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of 
Cetaceans In Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory 
P, Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No, 15. p. 317-32Q. 1994. FR 40(3} 
[Cent. Dolphin Studies, Port Elizabeth Mus., P.O. Box 13147, Humewood 6013, South Africa] 

95-006756 Cockcroft, V. G. IS THERE COMMON CAUSE FOR DOLPHIN CAPTURE IN CILLNETS? A REVIEW 
OF DOLPHIN CATCHES IN SHARK NETS OFF NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA. Of/net* and Cetaceans: /ncorporal/ng 
jfte Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, 
La lolla, California, October 22-25, 1 990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. 
Whating Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 541-547. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Cent Dolphin Studies, Port Elizabeth Mus., P.O. Box 13147, Humewood 6013, South Africa] 

95-006757 Coe, James M. DISCUSSION PAPER ON MANAGEMENT OPTIONS TO CONTROL MARINE 
MAMMAL MORTALITY IN PASSIVE FISHING GEAR. Clllnels and Cetaceans; Incorporating the Proceedings of 
the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, 
October 22-25, J990. William F, Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. 
Spec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 620. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

[NMFS, Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 981 1 5] 

95-006758 Colbourne, Eugene. OCEANOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS DURING THE ANNUAL AUTUMN 
GROUNDFISH SURVEY IN NAFO DIVISIONS 2J AND 3KL. Collection of Papers Related to Northern Cod and 
Seals in NAFO Divisions 21 and 3KL; Papers Presented to the Scientific Council 1993. T. Amaraiunga, editor. 
Northwest Atl. Fish. Organ. Sci. Counc. Stud. No. 21. p. 19-41. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish, & Oceans, Northwest All. Fish. Cent., P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada Al C 5X1 ] 

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95-006759 Cole, R. G. ABUNDANCE, SIZE STRUCTURE, AND DIVER-ORIENTED BEHAVIOUR O 
LARGE BENTHIC CARNIVOROUS FISHES IN A MARINE RESERVE IN NORTHEASTERN NEW ZEALA1 
Conse/v. 70(2):93-99. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Earlh Sci., Univ. Waikato, Private Bag 3105, Hamilton, New Zealand] Pagrus auratus, P. ct 
Cheilodactytus spectabilis. 

95-006760 Conover, Robert ).; Scott Wilson; Garath C, H, Harding and W. Peler Vass. CLIMATE, CO 
AND COD: SOMETHOUGHTS ON THE LONG-RANGE PROSPECTS FOR A SUSTAINABLE NORTHfl 
FISHERY. Own. Res. 5(1):69-82. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|Fish. & Oceans, Bedford Inst. Oceanogr., P.O. Box 1 006, Dartmouth, NS, Canada Q2 Y 4A2 1 Gadu 

in Ihe North Atlantic Ocean. 

95-006761 Corcuera, Javier. INCIDENTAL MORTALITY OF FRANCISCANAS IN ARGENTINE WAT 
THREAT OF SMALL FISHING CAMPS. Gfflncts and Cetacean* Incorporating the Proceedings of the Sy 
and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets a/id Traps, ta folia, California, Octol 
1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, 'and lay Barlow, editors. Rep, Int. Whaling Cornm. Spec. , 
15. p. 291-294, 1994. FR 40(3) 

iMuseo Argentino Cienc. Nat. '8. Rivadavia' & Estac. Hidrobiol. Puerto Queqiron-CON ICET, Av. A. 
470, (1405) Buenos Aires, Argentina) 



95-006762 Corcuera, Javier; Florencia Monzon; Enrique A. Crespo; Alex Aguilar and J, Antar 
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN MARINE MAMMALS AND THE COASTAL FISHERIES OF NECOCH 
CLAROMECO (BUENOS AIRES PROVIENCE, ARGENTINA). Ctllnets and Cetaceans: Incoipot, 
woceedmgs of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and 
lout , Ufcftwnia, Ociofaer 22-25, f990. William F, Petrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and fry Barlow, editors. 
V*t>almg Comm. Spec Issue No. 15. p. 283-290. 1994. FR 40(3) 

r a j( US !S l i rt ti CienC Nat " ' B ' Rivadavia ' (MACN)-CONICET & Estac. Hldroblol. Puerto Qucqii 
n2n . , ' ' 405BlJ f nosAires ' Ar g efllilia l ngrausanc/io/(a,5com6er/aponfcus, GafeorWnusnafcs, 
Odontaspis taurus, and Squatma argeni/na. 



rS ^'.' Chris ' MISMA TCH BETWEEN CANADIAN ALLOCATIONS AND CORRESPI 
M ^ TIC GROUN DFISH: A SOCIAL PROBLEM IN NEED OF REDRESS. Am. fish. S 
r, No. 124. p. 81. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Biol. Dcp., Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, NS, Canada B3H 4J1 , lel:902-494-701 6| 



ie McCay ' WHAT MAKE IT Q S A GOOD BU Y?: COMPARING 
^ A CANADIAN AND A Ks. IQ FISHERY. Am. Fish. Soc. An 



. P 

' StudJGS ' Dalhousle Univ " 



Q^AQiyi r p - . 

BETWEEN MARINF MAMMA 6 , c'*K.l avier Frand sco Corcuera and Andrea Lopez Cazorln. INTER; 
^CeScS^ A P NDFIS HERIES IN SOMECOASTAL FISHING AREAS OF ARCENTIN, 
Pajyve ^'?? s f (/ie S Vnpos/um and Workshop on the Mortality of Ca 

' Ca '' forn ' a - ^ober 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. , 



.. 1994. FR 40(3) 
' 9120P ^ 

A REVIEW OF THE I>ASSIVU 
^ SEA AND OF TH CETACEAN BYCATCH. O 
ets and Trapj a rrr S YP and Workshop on the Mortality of Cel 



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PHILIPPINES. Q// ne( , anc/ Cetaceans: 
" lhs . M rtal ^ofC e tacean S in Passive rf s hine Nets ^ 



S^J!2N? OF_PELAGIC FISH CO M 
ATLANTIC.] /tcofoijy 
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95-006769 Dominy, C. Leslie. EDUCATION AND PUBLIC AWARENESS IN SUPPORT OF RECREATIONAL 

FISHERIES Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 81. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Atlantic Salmon Fed., P.O. Box 429, Si. Andrews, NB, Canada EOG 2X0. tel:506-529-1070] 

95-006770 Donovan, C. P. DEVELOPMENTS ON ISSUES RELATING TO THE INCIDENTAL CATCHES OF 
CETACEANS SINCE 1992 AND THE UNCED CONFERENCE. Giiinels and Cetaceans: Incorporating the 
Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La 
}o!!a California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. 
Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 609-613. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Int. Whaling Comm,, Red House, 1 35 Station Rd., Cambridge, CB4 4NP England] 

95-006771 Drew, Sjephen C. THE CROUNDFISH CILLNET FISHERY IN THE GULF OF MAINE: FISHING 
GEAR AND METHODS. Cillnets and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop 
on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La lotla, California, October 22-25, 1990. William 
F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 619-620. 
1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(3} 

(Box 936, Manomel, MA 02345] 

95-006772 Dupouy, H.; B. Kergoat and ]. J. Rivoalen. [CATCH OF THE DAY ON THE INDUSTRIAL TRAWLER 
"JEAN-GERMAINE" OF LORIENT, FOR THE STUDY OF GRENADIER.] Eqttinoxc No. 51 . p. 1 2-1 4. 1 994, In French. 
FR 40(3) 

(Lab, Ressour. halieut., Lorient, France) Coryphaenoides rupestris in the North Sea. 

95-006773 Earte, Michael; Thomas H. Woodley and Michael Hagler. AN INVESTIGATION OF INCIDENTAL 
CATCHES OF LARGE-MESH DRIFTNET FISHERIES FROM THE SOUTH PACIFIC AND NORTH ATLANTIC. 
Gillnets and CeJaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of 
Cetaceans in Passive fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory 
P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 529-532. 1994, FR 40(3) 

[Greenpeace Int., Rue Cochelay 54, 4140 Gomze-Andoumont, Belgium] Jhunnus alalunga and Xiphias 
giadius. 

95-006774 Endter-Wada, Joanna and Douglas Levine. SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF SUBSISTENCE HARVESTING 
IN BRISTOL BAY, ALASKA. T/ie Fifth International Symposium on Society and Resource Management: Creating 
Research Education, and Management Partnerships Among Natural Resource Professionals, Colorado Slate 
University, Fort Collins, Colorado, /tine 7- JO, 1994. Book of Abstracts, lennifcr Pate, coordinator, p. 152. 1994, 
FR40(3) 

(Nat. Resour, & Environ. Policy Program, Dep. For. Resour., Ulali Slate Univ., Logan 84322-5215) 

95-006775 Felix, Fernando and Jorge Samaniego. INCIDENTAL CATCHES OF SMALL CETACEANS IN THE 
ARTISANAL FISHERIES OF ECUADOR. Gillnets and Cetaceans; Incorporating (he Proceedings of the Symposium 
and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La }olta, California, October 22-25, 

i 990, William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 

1 5. p. 475-480. 1994. FR 40(3} 

(Fund. Ecuatoriana Estudio Mamiferos Mar. (FEMM), P.O. Box 09-01-6637, Guayaquil, Ecuador] 

93-006776 Fell, Lawrence F. FISHERS' FATALISM AND BIOLOGISTS' UNPREDICTABILITY: 
UNDERSTANDING AND RESPONDING TO UNCERTAINTY IN THE CANADIAN ATLANTIC SALMON 
FISHERY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR INTEGRATING FISHER KNOWLEDGE INTO FISHERY MANAGEMENT. 
Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 109. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Sociol., Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5F7. tel:709-737-8862| Saimo 
safer. 

95-006777 Felt, Lawrence F. MAXIMIZING ECONOMC BENEFITS FROM RECREATIONAL ANGLING FOR 
ATLANTIC SALMON IN A COMMON PROPERTY ENVIRONMENT: SOME LESSONS FROM QUEBEC'S ZEC's. 
Am. Fish. Soc, Annu. Meel Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 6. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Memorial Univ., Arts Annex, Si. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5S7. lei: 709-75 4-0401; fax:709-737-4569; 
e-mail:! fel(@kean.ucs.mun.ca] Saimo salar In Canada. 

95-006778 Felt, Lawrence. TWO TALES OF A FISH: THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF INDIGENOUS 
KNOWLEDGE AMONG ATLANTIC CANADIAN SALMON FISHERS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. 
p. 4. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, St, John's, NF, Canada] 

95-006779 Flnlayson, Chris. THE QUESTION OF CHAOS: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN DYNAMICAL 
SYSTF-MS THEORY AND SOME IMPLICATIONS FOR FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. Am, Fish. Soc. Annu. Meel. 
Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 08. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Human Ecol., Cook Coll,, Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick, NJ 08903] 

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95-006780 Flemma, Jean. FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVES TO STRENGTHEN COOPERATIVE 

MANAGEMENT OF ATLANTIC COAST FISHERIES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Afastr. No, 124. p. 66. 1994. 

FR40(3) 

|Comrn. Merchant Mar. & Fish., Rm. 546, Ford H.O.B., Washington, DC 20515. 161:202-226-3547) 

95-006781 Fontaine, Pierre-Michel; Cyrille Barrette; Mike O. Hammill and Michael C. S. Kingsley. INCIDENTAL 
CATCHES OF HARBOUR PORPOISES (PHOCOENA PHOCOENA) IN THE GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE AMD THE 
ST. LAWRENCE RIVER ESTUARY, QUEBEC, CANADA. CiWnets and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of 
(he Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La ]oila, California, 
October 22-25, 1 990. William F. Petrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and Jay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. 
Spec. foue No. 1 5. p. 1 59-1 63. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

|Dep, Biol., Univ. Laval, Quebec, PQ, Canada G1K 7P4| Cadus morhua. 

95-006782 Fox, William W., Jr. INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION FOR THE CONSERVATION OF ATLANTIC 
TUNAS: A SILVER ANNIVERSARY AUDIT. Am. fish. 5oc Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 4. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
(NOAA/NMFS, 1335 East-West Hwy., Silver Spring, MD 20910. tel:301-28l-3l26) 

95-006783 Fraidentmrg, Michael E.THEGAME'S AFOOT: THE DYNAMICS OF INTERNATIONALCONR.O 
OVER SALMON. The Fourth Worth American Symposium on Society and Resource Management: Book of 
Abstract, May 17-20, 1992, L/niversily of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. Mary Miron, coordinator, p. 4, 1992. 
FR 40(3) 

95-006784 Francour, P.; M. Harmelin-Vlvien; J. G. Harmelin and J. Duclerc. IMPACT OF CAULERPA TAXIKMA 
COLONIZATION ON THE LITTORAL ICHTHYOFAUNA OF NORTH-WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SfA: 
PRELIMINARY RESULTS. Space Partition Within Aqualic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the Second International 
Congress of limnology and Oceanography Held in Evian, France, May 25-28, (993. Gerard flaJv.iv, editor. 
Hydrobiologia Vol. 300/301. p. 345-353. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Lab. Biol. Mar & Ecol. Benthos, Fac. Sci. Luminy, 1 3009 Marseille, France] Data for 33 species. 

95-006785 Franz, D. R.; D. Riepe; A. Scaglione and ). T. Tanacredi. DOES SECONDARY PRODUC1 ION OF 
THE BENTHIC AMPHIPOD AMPEUSCA ABDITA SUPPORT THE WINTER FLOUNDER NURSERY IN JAMAICA 
BAY? Program and Abstracts, The New Vbrfc Natural History Conference, lune 20-22, (990. Daniel P. Mofloy. 
compjfer.N.Y. Stale Mus. Ore. 54:30. 1990. FR 40(3} 
Pteuronecles americanus in New York. 

95-006786 Freedman, Bill. ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Attstt. No. 
124. p. 30. 1994.FR40(3) 

|Dep. BioL&School Resour.& Environ. Studies, Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, NS, Canada. tel:902-194-3737| 

95-006787 FrolkinaJ. A. [ICHTHYOCENE DYNAMICS IN THESOUTH GEORGIA AREA.lfffeJieriesKwenrcJici 
in the Atlantic and Southern Pacific Oceans. Collected Volume of Scientific Papers.] Fisheries Committee? of the 
Russian Federation, p. 138-153, 256-257. 1993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 

95-006788 Furness, R. W. IMPLICATIONS OF CHANGES IN NET MESH SIZE, FISHING EFFORT AND 
MINIMUM LANDING SIZE REGULATIONS IN THE NORTH SEA FOR SEABIRD POPULATIONS, Intnt Nut 
Conse/v. Comm. Rep. No. 133. 72p. 1992. FR 40(3) 

jAppl. Orniihol Unil, Dep. Zool, Univ. Glasgow, Glasgow Gl 2 8QQ, England] Me/anogr<tmmu,v ctPiifrftnus 
and Merfajigi'tis mer/angus. 

95-006789 Gavaris, Slraiis. USE OF SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION IN A POPULATION RIGHTS (AS OPPOSED 
TO HARVEST RIGHTS) BASED FISHERIES MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. AlMr. NIK I 24. 
p. 152. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Dcp. Fish. & Oceans, St. Andrews Biol. Stn., St. Andrews, NB, Canada EOG 2X0. Icl:50r>'r>2 
fax:506-529-4274) Cat/us morhua. 



L^^nl^n^'?' Palfick *' ; Sharon R - Me1in : Robert L - DeLong; Hiroshi Kajimura and Michael A. Jotiiworx 
SS ^-.r 1 INTERACATIONS WITH A CHINOOK SALMON SET-NET FISHERY IN WASHINGTON 
bTArfc. GiHnels and Cetaceans: /ncorporat/ng the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on l/ic Mmlality 
of Cetaceans m Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La Jo//a, California, October 22-25, 1 990. William F. Pcaln, C.waory 

TK?T, n ; M r J3y i ' H *' tw * Rep ' '"' Whaft> S Comm ' S P ec - ' ssue No - 1 5 - P- 427-438. 1 994. FR 4GU) 
INaU. Mar. Mammal Lab., AFSC/NMFS, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 981 1 5-0070| Oncnthyncbm 
tshawytscha and data (or nine other species. 



iNM HiST RICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

FR40{3| ENV)RONMENT *L EDUCATION. Am. fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. I 7.1 . 

[Savannah State Coll., Dep. Biol. & Life Sci., Savannah, GA 31404. tel:91 2-356-2809] 



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95-006792 Gillis Darren M ; Ellen K. Pikitch and Randall M. Peterman. DYNAMIC DISCARDING DECISIONS: 
FORAGING THEORY FOR HIGH-GRADING IN A TRAWL FISHERY. Bettav. Era/. 6(2):1 46-1 54. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
|Dcp, Zool., Univ. Manitoba, Winnipeg R3T 2N2, Canada) Anoplopoma fimbria in Oregon. 

95-006793 Ginter, Jay J. C. INITIAL IFQ ALLOCATIONS AND THE APPEALS PROCESS IN THE ALASKAN 
HALIBUT AND SABLEFISH FISHERIES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 11 . 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Fish. Manage. Div., NMFS, P.O. Box 2 1 668, Juneau, AK 99802-1 668. lel:907-586-722B; fax:907-586-7 1 31 1 
Anoplopoma fimbria and Hippoglossus stenoiepis, 

95-006794 Gjiknuri, L THE ALBANIAN SEA-COAST: PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES. Bull, tost Oceanogr. 
(Monaco) No, 15. p.187-201. 1995. FR 40(3) 

(Fac. Nat. ScL, Tirana Univ., Albania! Dala for 20 species, 

95-006795 Gjosaeler, Harald. [CAPEL1NE STOCKS IN THE BARENTS SEA IN THE WINTER OF 1994.] Fisken 
Havet No. 2. 10p. 1994. In Norwegian with English summ. FR 40(3) 

|Havforskningsinsl., Nordnesparken 2, Postboks 1 870, 5024 Bergen, Norway. lel;55 23 85 00; fax:55 23 85 
3 1 1 Trj'sopferus mi'nutus. 

95-006796 Goodall, R. N. P.; M. Iniguez and P. Sulton. CAPTURE OF SMALL CETACEANS IN GILLNETS OFF 
THE PROVINCE OF SANTA CRUZ, ARGENTINA. Ci'Wncls and Cetaceans: incorporating (he Proceedings of She 
Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality ol Cetaceans In Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La /of/a, California, 
October 22-25, J990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep, int. Whaling Comm. 
Spec, issue No. 15. p. 624. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

(3410 Ushuaia, Cent. Austral Invest. Cienl., Tiorra Fuego, Argentina] 

95-006797 Goodall, R. Natalie P.; Adrian C. M. Schiavini and Carlos Fermanl. NET FISHERIES AND NET 
MORTALITY OF SMALL CETACEANS OFF TIERRA DEL FUEGO, ARGENTINA. GiVinels and Cetaceans: 
incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing 
Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October 22-25, 1 990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, 
editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec, issue No, 15. p. 295-304. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Cent. Austral Invest. Gent. (CADIC), C.C. 92, 9410 Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina! Saiiiota auslraiis, 
Genyplerus blacodes, Eleginops maclovinus, Merlucdus auslralis, and Auslroat/ierina nigrans. 

95-006798 Goodreau, Lou and Stanley Wang, ASSESSMENT OF U.S. AND CANADIAN IMPACTS OF THE 
HAGUE LINE DECISION ON GULF OF MAINE FISHERIES: AN ECONOMETRIC APPROACH. Am. Fish. Soc. 
Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 72. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[New England Fish. Manage. Council, Saugus, MA 01 906. tet:61 7-231-0422| 

95-006799 Gore, James A. and F. Douglas Shields, |r. CAN LARGE RIVERS BE RESTORED? BloSdence 
45{3):142-1 52. 1995. FR 40(3} 

[The Conservancy, 1 450 Mernhue Dr., Naples, FL 33942] 

95-006800 Gregg, Kurtis L. COMPARISONS OF THREE MANUFACTURED ARTIFICIAL REEF UNITS IN 
ONSLOW BAY, NORTH CAROLINA. N. Am. /. Fish. Manage. 15{2):31 6-324. 1995. FR40{3) 

|Dep, Environ., Health, & Nat. Resour., Div. Mar. Fish., P.O. Box 769, Moreliead City, NC 2B557-07G91 Data 
for 14 species. 

95-006801 Haase, Ben and Fernando Felix. A NOTE ON THE INCIDENTAL MORTALITY OF SPERM WHALES 
(PHYSErm MACROCEPHALUS] IN ECUADOR. Clllnets and Cetaceans; Incorporating the Proceedings of the 
Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans In Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La lola, California, 
October 22-25, J 990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P- Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int Whaling Comm. 
Spec, issue No. 15. p. 481-483. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Fund. Ecualoriana Estudio Mamiferos Mar. (FEMM), P.O. Box 09-01-6637, Guayaquil, Ecuador] 

95-006802 Haedrich, Richard L.; M. Cuadalupe Villagarda and Manuel C. Gomes. SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL 
CHANGES IN THE FISH COMMUNITY OF THE NEWFOUNDLAND-LABRADOR SHELF. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu, 
Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 82. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Biol., Memorial Univ., St. John's, NF, Canada A1B 5S7. tel:709.737-9833; 
e-mall:haedrich@kean.ucs.mun.ca] 

95-006803 Hagen, E. and A, forge da Sllva, editors. DYNAMICS OF UPWELLING INTHE ICES AREA. SELECTED 
PAPERS PRESENTED ATTHEME SESSION O ATTHE ICES STATUTORY MEETING, 23 SEPTEMBER-! OCTOBER 
1993. int. Counc. Expior. Sea Coop. Res. Rep, No. 206. 73p, 1995. Available from Int, Counc. Explor. Sea, 
Palaegade 2-4, DK-1261 Copenhagen K, Denmark. FR40(3) 

[Inst. Ostseeforsch., Seestr. 15, 19119 Warnemuende, Germany) Selected papers and abstract Indexed In 
this issue of Fisheries Review. 



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ORC?A & NsllS H T a ^ F THE IMPA CT OF DRIFTNET FISHING ON OCEAN'C 

Ce^^^S^^^ " V H c E RESULTS F THE GR( *NPEACE EXPEDITION. Ofotfiand 
Passive F^ ts and T/7fw,.T,/ V mp ^''" m and Worksh P " <^ MorlaHly of Ccianxu n 
and lay Sar/ofv Sto"s Rep f nl w5 C f Ofn ' a ' Oc '^ e ^ "-25, 1990. Wfc F. Perrm, Crego^ />. Dowwa 



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FR 40(3) 5a/camot * convene N,ppon Suisan Cafcfca/sW 61(2):255-256. 1*195. 

[Mie Prefect. Cov., Tsu, Mie 514, Japan] 



^ CATCHES F TW ATLANTIC COD STOCKS IN AW OTTE * 

FR 40(3) APPLICATION OF THE EM ALGORITHM. N. Am. / fisft. Manage. 1 5(2):277-2B9. 13. 

en '" P -' B X 5 3 ' M nC1 n ' NB ' <** EIC 9R &} Cad. 



Akamatsu; Hideo Soeda; Tetsuya Shlmamtira and 

ceen/, V E JAPA( ? ESE SALMON GILLNET RSHERY ' Gil! ets *** <* 
and Traps ta T cSl; ^f ^ and Workshop on ihe Mortality of Cetaceans In ftiulw, 

edriois. Rep^t w'% 0ct0faer2 f- 25 ' ' 990 ' W////am F ' Pem '"' ^^ P- Donovan, am/ 



e^ and Traps ta c; on e oray o etaceans n iuw, 

edriois. Rep^t wS^'% 0ct0 t faer2 f- 25 ' ' 990 ' W////am F ' Pem '"' ^^ P- Donovan, am/ /jy 

[Nail Lo Fi S Comi ?.. S f? c J" u ? N - ' 5- p. 549-563. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
Ocean. ' ^ Eng " Eblda1 ' H ^"chi, Ibaraki, 314-04, Japan] Qncorhynchus In Ihc North 



FISHING EXP^S N K 8 fKiLr h ^f^^^ 

19S9-1990.aei25(SSn5 i ACE C ' LLNETS ' N THE SOUTH AND THE NORTH PACinC. 

Morality of Cetaceans in P*SF*1-- ' n r P ra !'"S t/ie Proceedings of the Symposium and Wtukdiop on the 
Gregory P. Donovan and '/TfeSl Ins N . ets and j^' ^/o//a, CWom/a, Ocrofae. 22-25, J990. VW/tom r. ft^i^. 
Abstract only. FR 40(3) X ' ^'^ Rep ' lni Whalin S Comm. Spec. /5sue No. 15. p. 622-&2X 1094. 



rn hi ' Shizuoka 424 ' )apanl 

FISHING MORTALITY^' Jj 11 ^ 1 *- T ' ? dziak - IMPACT Of DISCARD MORTALITY ON SUSTAINABLE 

[NOAA, NMFS toSaSfish Srf r" '."S i?* N ' 1 24 ' P ' ' 5S ' 1 994 ' FR 40 f 3 
95-006810 Hwk aCent " 166WalerS t-'WoodsHole,MA02543-l097.td : 50fl.S.|Jl.!il23| 

C MPLEXITYAScbNFUCTlNlra5 A |iwA^ MARSH MANAGEMENT, AND MARICULTURf: 

, ICoop. fish & Wild! R llnT icn c A " l - l ?* h - Soc -A"-MeeLAbstr.No.U4.p,W5. 19MfH40{3f 

^:504-38Miao] Rfii ' Un "' LSU Sch o1 For, Wildl., & Fish., Baton Rouge, LA 70003.620? 

: AN INDUSTRY IN ECONOMIC TURMOIL I 



D " Wo dhouse. A NOTE ON ODONTOtETI 
THERN CALIF ORNIA. CH/hefs a 
n the Mortality of Ceteceans / 

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iSec Buds & Mammals, Nat Hist M , I V P' 39 " 442 ' 1 994 ' FR 4 ( 3 ) 

95-0068,3 Hlns Diane A """ 9 EXP SitiOri Blvd " L S An8ele& ' CA 

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95-006816 Huntsman, Gene R. MARINE FISHERY MANAGEMENT: A BRIEF HISTORY OF A BRIEF PERIOD. 

Am. fish. 5oc. Anna. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 1 1 . 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Beaufort Lab,, Southeast Fish. Sci. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, 101 Pivers Island Rd, Beaufort, NC 28516-9722. 
tel:919-728-9718| 

95-006817 International Pacific Halibut Commission. INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC HALIBUT COMMISION 
ANNUAL REPORT 1 993. Int. Pac. Halibut Comm. Annu. Rep. 56p. 1 993. FR 40(3) 

|P.O. Box 95009, Seattle, WA 98145-2009] Hippoglossus stenolepis in the North Pacific Ocean. 

95-006818 Ismen, Ali. GROWTH, MORTALITY AND YIELD PER RECRUIT MODEL OF PICAREL (SPICARA 
SMARIS L.) ON THE EASTERN TURKISH BLACK SEA COAST. Fish. Res. (Amst.) 22(3,4):299-308. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
(Inst. Mar. Sci., Middle East Tech. Univ., P.O. Box 28, 3373 1 , Erdemli-lcel, Turkey] 

95-006819 Jagielo, Thomas H. ABUNDANCE AND SURVIVAL OF LINGCOD AT CAPE FLATTERY, 
WASHINGTON. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 124(2):170-183, 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fisli & Wildl., GOO Capitol Way N., Olympia, WA 98504-1091] Ophiodon elongates. 

95-006820 Jefferson, Thomas A.; Barbara E. Curry and Nancy A, Black. HARBOR PORPOISE MORTALITY IN 
THE MONTEREY BAY HALIBUT GILLNET FISHERY, 1 909. Gillnets and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings 
of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La lolls, California, 
October 22-25, f990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and }ay Barlow, editors. Rep. Im. Whaling Comm. 
Spec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 445-148. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

(Moss Landing Mar. Lab., P.O. Box 450, Moss Landing, CA 95039] Paralichthys califomicus in California, 

95-006821 Jennings, S.; A. S. Brierley and J. W. Walker. THE INSHORE FISH ASSEMBLAGES OF THE 
GALAPAGOS ARCHIPELAGO. Biol. Conserv. 70(1);49-57, 1994. FR 40(3} 

[Dep. Mar. Sci. & Coastal Manage., The Univ., Newcastle-upon-Tyne NE1 7RU, England] Data for 43 species. 

95-006822 Jentoft, Svein and Hakan T. Sandersen. CO-MANAGEMENT IN TROPICAL FISHERIES: THE CASE 
OF ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 120. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Inst. Social Sci., Univ. Tromso, Tromso, Norway) 

95-006823 Jones, Linda; Michael Dahlberg and Shannon Fitzgerald. HIGH SEAS DRIFTNET FISHERIES OFTHE 
NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN, Gillnets and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and 
Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La jolla, California, October 22-25, 
1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm, Spec. Issue No. 
15. p. 620. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

[NMFS, Alaska Fish. Sci. Cent., 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 981 1 5] Thunnus and Oncorhynchus. 

95-006824 Karpenko, E. A.; G. N. Stepanov and P. S. Giul'badamov. [ASSESSING MIDWATER TRAWL 
CATCHABILITY AND SPECIFYING THE COMPOSITION OF EXPLOITED FISH AGGREGATIONS.! In: 
Commercial Fishery Technology. Fishing and Hydrobiontic Behaviour: Theoretical and Practical Aspects. Collected 
Papers, . A Karpenko, editor, p. 99-108, 229. 1993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 
Trachurus symmetficus in the South Pacific Ocean. 

95-006825 Karpenko, E. A., editor. [COMMERCIAL FISHERY TECHNOLOGY. FISHING AND 
HYDROBIONTIC BEHAVIOUR: THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL ASPECTS. COLLECTED PAPERS.] Ail-Union 
Res. Insl. Mar. fish. & Oceanogr. (Moscow:VNIRO) 234p. 1 993. In Russian with English abstracts. FR 40(3) 
Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-006026 Kearney, John F.; Fred Page and John D. Neilson. CO-OPERATIVE SCIENCE AS A CRITICAL 
COMPONENT OF CO-MANAGEMENT: THE ROLE OF FISH HARVESTERS IN FISHERIES SCIENCE. Am. Fish. 
Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 1 09-1 1 0. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Sociol., St. Francis Xavier Univ., Antigonish, NS, Canada B2G ICO. tel:506-463-2608| Hippogtossus 
fuppog/ossus and P/euronectes americanus in Canada. 

95-006827 Kearney, John F. FROM CRISIS TO SUSTAIN ABILITY: ELEMENTS OF A SOCIAL AND 
ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 1 8. 
1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Sociol. & Anthropol., St. Francis Xavier Univ., Anligonish, NS, Canada B2G ICO. tel:902-867-2133] 

95-006828 Kenchlngton, R. A. CONSERVATION BIOLOGY AND COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT. 
Conservation Biology in Australia and Oceania: Result of a Conference Held at The University of Queensland, 
October 1991. Craig Moritz and /fro Kifcawa, editors, p. 245-250. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Great Barrier Reef Mar. Park Authority, P.O. Box 791, Canberra, A.C.T. 2601, Australia) 

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95-005829 Kinze, Carl Chr. INCIDENTAL CATCHES OF HARBOUR PORPOISES (PHOCOENA mQCQlW, \ 
IN DANISH WATERS, 1 986-89. Ci//ne(s and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of ihe Symposium a-.J | 
Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in PassiVe Fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October 21-li, ; 
1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm, Spec hwe to 
15. p.183-187. 1994. FR 40(3) 

jZool. Mus., Univ. Copenhagen, Universitetsparken 1 5, DK-2 1 00 Copenhagen 0, Denmark] 

95-006830 Kinze, Carl Chr. CETACEAN MORTALITY IN PASSIVE FISHING NETS AND TRAPS IN THE BALTIC 
SEA: A REVIEW. Giltnets and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Woikihop en tft 
Mortafily of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October 22-25, 1 990. VWIItom f- Pcnr. 
Gregory P. Donovan, andjay Bar/ow, editors. Rep. fnt. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 61 8. 1 994. Abs'-rad 
only. FR 40(3) 

(Zool. Mus., Univ. Copenhagen, Universitetsparken 1 5, DK-2 1 00 Copenhagen 0, Denmark] 

95-006831 Kirkley, James E. ASSESSING OPEN-ACCESS FISHERIES AND INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY! 
Am. fish. 5oc. Annti. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 72. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

IDiv. Mar. Advisory Serv., School Mar. ScL, Coll. William & Mary, Gloucester Point, VA 230(V2| 



95-006832 Kobayashi, Hiroshi; Eiichi Hasegawa; Hirokazu Sugino and Toshio Sakamoto, 

[MINI-SYMPOSIUM: PRESENT STATUS AND FUTURE OF FISHERIES IN KUMANO-NADA.] Nippon SUK 

Cakkaishi 6 1(2): 247-258. 1 995. Individual papers in Japanese. FR 40(3) . . 

[Fac. Bioresour,, Mie Univ., Tsu, Mie 514, Japan] Individual papers indexed in this issue of fisheries Rc\is* 

95-006833 Kornev, S. I. A NOTE ON THE DEATH OF A RIGHT WHALE (EUBAtAENA GtACMRS} ( )FF CAf 
LOPATKA (KAMCHATKA). Gil/nets and Cetaceans: incorporating the Proceedings of itic $yni;MMMri a 
Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, Gctottr-r 22i 
1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. i'/wc 
15, p. 443-444. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(KAMCHATRYBVOD, Parlizanskaya 9, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, GB3000, Russia] 

95-006834 Korotkov, V. K. [A LIKELIHOOD OF CAPTURING THE SOUTH-EASTERN PACII'K* HOB 
MACKEREL BY TRAWL MOUTH.] In: Commercial Fishery Technology. Fishing and Hydrobiontii: 
TfieoreticaJandPracticaMspects. Coi/ected Papers. A. Karpenko, editor, p. 109-1 13, 229. 1 9>3. I 
English summ. FR 40(3) 
Trac/iurirs symmeiricus. 

95-006835 Kraus, Scott D. ; Colleen Coogan and Patricia M. Fiorelli. INCIDENTAL TAKE Ol= CETACEAN! 
FISHING ACTIVITIES IN THE NEARSHORE WATERS OF THE NORTHEASTERN US, 1 975-1 <JOD, < '.it 
Cetaceans: fncorporaling Jhe Proceedings oi the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of ( j^n 
and Traps, La lolla, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrirt, GwKuiy i*. 1 



Passive Fishing Nels an 

and /ay Barlow, editors. Rep Int. Whaling Comm.'Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 624-625. 1994. Abstract <mly. FK 41 
(New England Aquarium, Cent. Wharf, Boston, MA 02 1 1 0| 

95-006836 Krohn, Roger. DRIFTNET FISHING IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC. Gjtfnels ami 
Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in JVi 
Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, ant/ fay ftx 
editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec, issue No. 1 5. p. 61 7. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

(Zool. Dep., Univ. Cape Town, Rondebosch 7700, South Africa] T/tunnus a/afungii. ; 

55-006837 Kuno, Masahiro. (EXPLOITATION AND EFFECTIVE UTILIZATION OF DEEP-SEA I : ISH STOC 
(Mini-Symposium: Present Status and future of fisheries in Kumano-nada./ Hiroshi Kobnyashl, f; Her if / tecrj 
Hirokazu Sugifio, andTos/iio Sakamoto, convenors. Nippon Suisan Gakka/shi 61(2):257-25(. l<M>.'i, In J.ip ai 

(Fish. Res. lust. Mie, Hamajima, Shima, Mie 51 7-04, )apan| : 

K^ Q T 6 ur?r r al Mohan ' R " S ' REVI W OF GILLNET FISHERIES AND CETACEAN ElYCATCHtS IN 

^vl i u AN OCEAN - c '" ne ' s 3"^ Cetaceans: incorporating (he Proceedings of liif Sympt 

1 oa^urS- P ?" B Monal "Y ol Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La /o//a, California. < tt'inbcr ! 

15 M9343 {ZT > fS KffUyP ' Donwan ' ^d lay Barlow, editors. Rep. tot Whaling Comm, Si we. /*itfl 

(Conserv. Nal. Trust, B/24, Gandhinager, Caticut-673005, Kerala, India] 

lh Ap5uc^ REVlmOFENTANGLEMENTOFSMALLCETACEANS IN S1U' N l-T$ AN! 
Uj- THE INDIAN COAST, Cilfnets and Cetaceans; incorporating ttte PfOnJi^/m^i i 

n ww n F o M 9 rtaKty o{ c e'aans in Passive fishing Nets and Trap* lit /nll.i, traTil 
n i e li'-i i 1 !! . " J Cre E or X P- Donovan, and Jay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. W/i,i line C 
o. 1 5. p. 617. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
s. Cent. Cent. Mar. Fish. Res. Insl., Wesl Hill, Calicut-673 005, India] 



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95-006840 Lane, Daniel E. and Robert L Stephenson. TOWARD IMPROVED MANAGEMENT VIA FISHERIES 
MANAGEMENT SCIENCE: STRATEGIC PLANNING, CO-MANAGEMENT AND DYNAMIC MODELING. Am. 
Fish. Six. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 137. 1994. FR 40(3) 

IFac. Admin., Univ. Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada KIN 6N5. tel:613-564-6824] 

55-006841 Langton, Richard W.; Peter J. Auster and David C. Schneider. A SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL 
PERSPECTIVE ON FISH DISTRIBUTIONS: IMPROVING OUR DEFINITION OF FISHERIES HABITAT. Am. fish. 
Sac. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No. 1 24. p. 27, 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Qep. Mar. Resour., P.O. Box 8, West Boothbay Harbor, ME 04575. tel:207-633-9504] 

95-006842 Lapshin, O. M. (EFFICIENCY OF OFFSHORE FISHERIES ON COMPLEX ARTIFICIAL REEFS.] In: 
Commercial Fishery Technology. Fishing and Hydrobion tic Behaviour: Theoretical and Practical Aspects. Collected 
Papers. E. A. Karpenko, editor, p. 210-218, 232. 1993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 

1)1-006843 Lennerl, Cleridv; Susan Kruse; Marilyn Beeson and Jay Barlow. ESTIMATES OF INCIDENTAL 
MARINE MAMMAL BYCATCH IN CALIFORNIA GILLNET FISHERIES FOR JULY THROUGH DECEMBER, 1 990. 
Giltnels and Celaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality ol 
Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La folia, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory 
P Donovan, and fry Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 449-463. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Southwest Fish. Sci, Cent., NMFS, NOAA, P.O. Box 271, La Jolla, CA 92038] Paralichthys ca/iforniais, 
Squatina California, and Xiph'tas gladius. 

95-006844 Lewandowski, Tania A. U.S. AND CANADIAN ENFORCEMENT PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH 
'REGULATION OF GEORGES BANK FISHERIES. Am. fish. 5oc Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 160-161. 1994. 

[Holdsworlh Nal. Resour. Cent., Univ. Mass., Amlierst 01003. lel:413-549-1859] 

95-006845 Lien, Jon. ENTRAPMENTS OF LARGE CETACEANS IN PASSIVE INSHORE FISHING GEAR IN 
NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR (1979-1990). Gi'Wnets and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of 
the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Celaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla California, 
October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and /ay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. 
Spec, fssue No. 1 5. p. 1 49-1 57. 1994. FR 40(3} 

[Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, St, John's, NF, Canada A1C 5S7] 

95-006846 Lien, Ion; G. B. Stenson; Sue Carver and John Chardine. HOW MANY DID YOU CATCH! THE 
EFFECT OF METHODOLOGY ON BYCATCH REPORTS OBTAINED FROM FISHERMAN. Gillnels and 
Cetaceans' incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Celaceans In 
Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, la lolla, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F, Petrtn, Gregory P. Donovan, 
and iay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Wha/ing Comm. Spec. /ssuc No. 15. p. 535-540. 1994. FR 40(3} 

(Ocean Sci. Cent. & Dep. Psychol., Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C SS7| 

95-006847 Lindstedt, Ingallll. MORTALITY OF HARBOUR PORPOISES IN THE SWEDISH GILLNET FISHERY. 
GiWnels and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality ot 
Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla, California. October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory 
P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 625. 1 994. Abstract only. 
FR40I3) 

[Insl. Mar. Res., P.O. Box 4, S-453 00 Lysekil, Sweden] 

95-006848 LodL Liliane; Salvatore Siciliano and Monica Borobia, SURVEY OF INCIDENTAL NET CATCHES 
OF MARINE SOTALIA FLUVIATILIS, PONTOPORIA HLAINVILLF.I AND OTHER SMALL CETACEANS IN BRAZIL 
Gillnets and Cetacean* /ncorporal/ng the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of 
Cetaceans In Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, la lolia, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory 
P. Donovan, and fay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 625. 1 994. Abslract only. 

[Prof. Baleia Jubarle, Parque Nac. Mar. Albrolhos, Praia Kitongo sino., Caravelas, Bahia 45.900, Brazil] 

95-006849 Loefflad, Martin and David Ham. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 
QUOTAS IN ALASKA: LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE EXPERIENCE. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. 
p. 10. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[NMFS, P.O. Box 21668, Juneau, AK 99802. tel:907-5867228] Theragra cha/cogramma. 

95-006850 Lowry, Nicholas and Jonas Teilmann. BYCATCH AND BYCATCH REDUCTION OF THE 
HARBOUR PORPOISE (PHOCOENA PHOCOENA) IN DANISH WATERS. Gttlnets and Celaceans; Incorporating 
the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, 
La folia, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. 
Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 203-209. 1 994. FR40I3) 
IDIFTA, North Sea Cent., P.O. Box 59, 9850 Hirtshals, Denmark] 

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95-00685 1 Lucas, Kenneth C. HOW CHANGES IN FISH RESOURCES AND IN THE REGIME Of Tl It SFA *' 1 , 
AFFECTING FISHERIES MANAGEMENT, DEVELOPMENT AND UTILIZATION. Advances in fish Swnif ** 
Technology. Proceedings of the Jubilee Conference, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, My 1979. /. /. 0<V- * 
edi'for. p. 1-9, 1980 (reprinted 1991). FR 40(3) 

95-006852 Mace, Pamela M. APPROACHES TO THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION ( tf 
NEW ZEALAND VERSUS THE UNITED STATES. Am. Fish. Soc. Amu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24, (>. 12. 
[NMFS (F/CM4), 1335 East-West Hwy., Silver Spring, MD 20910. tel:301-713-2347] 



95-006553 MacKenzie, Debora. END OF THE LINE FOR LIVING FOSSIL: A fJ^IW SUVIVlO 
EXTINCTION OF THE DINOSAURS MAY FINALLY BE KILLED OFF BY A COMBINATION OI bUKt W AM 
ANDTHE DEMAND FOR A LAXATIVE. New So'. 146(1978):14-15. 1995. FR 40(3) 
latimeria diafumnae in ihe Comoros. 

95-006854 Ma B uire, |,J. A PERSPECTIVE ON CANADIAN ATLANTIC GROUNDFISM STOCKS **- 
FISHERIES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. MeeJ. Abstt. No. 1 24. p, 30. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

IDep. Fish, & Oceans, P.O. Box 1 5500, Quebec City, PQ, Canada, tel:41 8-64B-445B] 

' c f ''I 

95.0Q6855 Maguire, ].-].; D. B. Alkinson; R. N, O'Boyle; G. A. Chouinard and D Gascon, it II! COI I A*'* 
NORTHWEST ATLANTIC CANADIAN GROUNDFISHES- HOW SEVERE? Am. Fish. Soc, Amur. Mi-ri *'.* 
124. p. 149. 1994. FR 40(3) , , ... .^| 

|Dep. Fish. & Oceans, P.O. Box 15500, Quebec City, PQ, Canada G1K 7Y7. irHlll IMM 
fax:418-64 a-4470l 

95-006856 Maguire, ).-J.; C. A, Bishop; R, K. Mohn; G. A. Chouinard; A. Frechcl; S . (JaviHU ,tml J I .'^J 
WOULD LOWER EXPLOITATION RATES HAVE PREVENTED THE COLLAPSE OF CANADIAN A 1 1 AN I H 
STOCKS! Am. flsh. Soc. /\nnu. Meet Afastr. No. 124. p. 152. 1994. FR 40(3) ...... j 

|Dep. Fish. & Oceans, P.O. Box 15500, Quebec City, PQ, Canada G1K 7Y7, U'Mlttf-*' 1 
fax:418-648-44701 

95-006857 Maigret, (acques. MARINE MAMMALS AND FISHERIES ALONG THE WEST AIRICAN < *-^' 
Qlfneb and Cetaceans: fncorporal/ng the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop nil (In- " f ""' ! 
Cetaceans m Passive HsAing Nets and Traps, ta/o/fe, Ca/ifornia, October 22-25, J990. WltHwn I ' |1 '"' p - r ' , ^, 
P. Donovan, and ^a^ fiar/ow, edilors. Rep. M W/ia/ing Comm. Spec. /ssue No. 15. p. 307-.) K.. I M-I. i K ' ^ 
[Mus. Nail, Hist. Nat, Cell. Prefiguration Galerie Evol., 36 rue Goeffroy St. Hilalrc, 7r,iM':> l'.nK. S u<n * 

95-006a5B Man, Alias; Richard Law and Nicholas V. C. Polunin. ROLE OF MAKINI HtSV> 
RECRUITMENT TO REEF FISHERIES: A METAPOPULATION MODEL Bio/. Conswv. Vl(^):l ( t/-rf *- 
FR 4013) 

[Law: Biol. Dep., Univ. York, York YO1 5DD, England] 

95-006859 Maragos, James E. RESTORING CORAL REEFS WITH EMPHASIS ON I'AniK Kills t^-'i 
IneNation's Marine Environment Proceedings ofiheNOM Symposium on Habitat Rcslornl/i m. \\.\>l>" -^' **. 
September 25-26, 1990. Core/on W. Thayer, editor, p. 141-221. 1992. FR 40(3) 
tEnviron. & Policy Inst., East-West Cent., Honolulu, HI] 

95-006860 Markevich.A. 1. (DAILY DISTRIBUTION AND DENSITY OF SOME FISH I'OPUI AIM W* "*j 
COASTAL ZONE OF THE BOLSHOI PELIS ISLAND (PETER THE GREAT BAY, SEA OF JAI 1 AN).] jlhi.'- 'f 
and Anadrornous Fish Species. Collection of Scientific Papers.] V.N.Ivankov, editor. Mar, nini(VI.^I>,"^'^) > 
p, 16-19. 1990. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 

Sebastes taczanowskii, Opisthocentrus oceWatus, H/popryc/ius dybowskii, HeMgraininn'S <n fMH'-*" 3 -'*^ 1 i 
e/egans, Fmogrammus hexagrammus, and f/egrnus grac/Ws. ; 

95-006861 Marshall, C. Tara and Kenneth T. Frank. DO COMPENSATORY IWM'ISSls KU ,ij 
HADDOCK RECRUITMENT? Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 83-1 84. I !HM . I K -It H 1 

(Dep. Oceanogr., Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, NS, Canada B3H 4J1. e-maHiLmnrslialNsli ..... * **' t 
Melanogrammus aeglefinus in the North Atlantic Ocean. 

95-006862 Martin, Cabol.THECOLLAPSEOFTHENORTHERN COD STOCKS: WHATIVI K I IM1'(M 
86/25J Rjfieries (BethesdaJ 20{5):6-8. 1995, FR 40(3) 

[Newfoundland Inland Fjsh. Assoc, P.O. Box 5580, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5W] < ,,ut<n >, ^ t,.,, j 
northwestern Atlantic Ocean. 

95-006863 MaUuda,HlroyuW;,lsamuMitaniandKenjiAsano. IMPACT FACTORS OF IIJNSI MINI N^ 
DIP NET FISHERIES ON A CHUB MACKEREL POPULATION. Res. Popul Ecol. (Kyoto) 3d( i} -'I I - j hT 1 . 



[Dep. Biol., Fac. Sd, Kyushu Univ., Higashi-ku, Fukuoka 81 2, Japan] Scomber japonlms In 
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95-006864 McCay, Bonnie. EQUITY, CONSERVATION, AND RESILIENCY IN PRIVATIZED FISHERIES 
MANAGEMENT. Am. Fish. Soc. Anna. Meet. Abslr. No. 124. p. 136. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Human Ecol., Cook Coll., P.O. Box 231, Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick, N] 08903] 

95-006865 McClanahan, T. R. A CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM-FISHERIES MODEL IMPACTS OF FISHING 
INTENSITY AND CATCH SELECTION ON REEF STRUCTURE AND PROCESSES. Ecof. Modei/. BO(1):1-19. 1995. 
FR 40(3) 

[Wildl. Conserv. Soc., Coral Reef Conserv. Proj., P.O. Box 99470, Mombasa, Kenya] 

95-006866 McFarlane, Robert W. AN ENVIRONMENTAL INVENTORY OF THE CHRISTMAS BAY COASTAL 
PRESERVE. Caiveston Bay Nail. Estuary Program Pub/. CBNEP-7. 95p. 1991. FR 40(3) 
Data for 96 species in Texas. 

95-006867 McGuire, Thomas R. ENDANGERED SPECIES AND PRECARIOUS LIVES: THE BIOSPHERE 
RESERVE IN THE UPPER GULF OF CALIFORNIA. Am. Fish. Sac. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 117. 1994. 

(Bur. Appl. Res. Anttiropol., Univ. Ariz., Tucson 8572 1 . lel:602-621-6282] Totoaba macdmaldl in Mexico, 

M-006868 Mclnnis, Rodney R. KLAMATH SALMON HARVEST MANAGEMENT: THE FEDERAL ROLE. 
K/amatrt Basin fisheries Symposium; Proceedings of a Symposium Heldm Eureka, California, 23-24 March J994. 
Thomas f. Hass/er, editor, p. 159-167. 1994. FR 40(3) 

INMFS, Southwest Reg., 501 W. Ocean Blvd., Suite 4200, Long Beach, CA 90802) Oncorhyncfiiis (shawylscha 
in California. 

95-006869 Milewski, Inka A. MARINE BIODIVERSITY: SHAPING A POLICY FRAMEWORK. Conservation and 
Marine Ecosystems: Selected Papers from the 20th Annual Natural Areas Conference, University of Maine, lune 
,993. fohn R Pearce, editor. Nat -Areas/. 15(1):61-67. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Conserv. Council New Brunswick, 249 Montague St., St. Andrews, NB, Canada EOG 2X0] 

95-006870 Montevecchi, W. A. and Ransom A. Myers. PREY HARVESTS OF SEABIRDS REFLECT PELAGIC 
FISH AND SQUID ABUNDANCE ON MULTIPLE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL SCALES. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 
117(1-3):1-9. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Psychol. & Biol., & Ocean Sci. Cent., Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, Si. John's, NF, Canada Al B 3X9] 
Scomber scombrus in Newfoundland. 

K.nnfiH71 Murawski Steven A; Fredric M. Serchuk and Ralph K. Mayo. AN EVALUATION OF THE 
P^CTABm /55SlD5fflSY OF THE DEPLETION/COLLAPSED F THE CROUNDFISH RESOURCES ON 
GEORGES BANK AND IN THE GULF OF MAINE. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 151. 1994, 

FR4 [NMFS, Northeast Fish. Sci. Cent., Woods Hole Lab., Woods Hole, MA 02543. tel:506-548-5123; 
fax:508-548-1158] 

95-006872 Nagao, Kazuhiko. REGULATION OF THE JAPANESE HIGH SEAS DRIFTNET FISHERIES. Ci/toets 
and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans to 
Pa^ fishing Nets and Traps, la /o//a, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F Perm ^Gregory P. Donovan, 
and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. inl. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 381-384. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Offshore Fish. Div., Fish. Agency Minist. Agric., For. & Fish. 1-2-1 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100, 
Japan] 

95-006873 Niazl, Mohammad Sadiq. INFORMATION ON FISHERIES OF PAKISTAN. Gil/nets and Cetaceans; 
Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans In Passive fishing 
Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, 
editors. Rep. tot Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 618-619, 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

[Mar. Fish. Dep,, Gov. Pakistan, Westwharf, Fish Harbour, Karachi-74000, Pakistan] 

95-006874 Nlelander, William J. ENFORCEMENT AND PROSECUTIONS OF ITQs: FROM SIMPLE 
VIOLATIONS TO WHITE COLLAR FRAUD. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 1 . 1 994. FR 40(J) 
[NOAA, 1325 East-West Hwy., SSMC2, Rm. 11303, Silver Spring, MD 20910. let:301-713-2231] 

95-006875 Nitta, Eugene T. A REVIEW OF GILLNET AND TRAP FISHERIES IN MICRONESIA AND THE 
CENTRAL PACIFIC. Of/nets and Cetaceans: /ncorporatfng the Proceedings of the Symposium and Woriuftpp on 
the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La /o//a, California, October 22-25 '& m F. 
Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and Jay Barlow, editors. Rep. tot, Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 61 J. l JW, 
Abstract only. FR 40(3} 

INMFS, Southwest Reg., Pac. Area Off., 2570 Dole St., Honolulu, HI 96822-2396] 

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95-G06B76 Northridge,SimonP,ACCIDENTALCAPTURESOFMARINEMAMMALSBYFISHERIES\NBRlT!SH 

WATERS WITH PARTICULAR EMPHASIS ON GILLNET FISHERIES. Gitfneis and Cetaceans; lncaipoialmgt.e 
Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans In Passive Fishing Nets and Ttaps, It 
tolls, California. October 22-25, J990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Bar/ow, editors. Rep. ir.l 

Whaling Comm. Spec. fssue No. 1 5. p. 626. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

Imperial Coll. Cent. Environ. Techno!., Mar. Resour. Assessment Group Ltd., 8 Princes Gardens, London W*/ 

1 NA, England] 



95-006877 NoruVidge, Simon P. DRIFTNET FISHERIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON NON-TARGET 

GIBnets and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the M 

Celaceans in Passive fishing Nets and Traps, LaloOa, California, October 22-25, 1990- William F ; Pwnn, 

P. Donovan, and /ay Bar/ow, edilors. Rep. int. Whafing Comm. 5pec. Issue No. 15. p. 619. 1094. Absiiaci on?,. 

FR40(3) 

[Mar. Resour. Assessment Group, 8 Princes Gardens, London SW7 1NA, England] 

95-006878 Northridge, Simon P. AN UPDATED WORLD REVIEW OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN MARINE. 

MAMMALS AND FISHERIES. Cii/nets and Cetaceans; Incorporating the Proceedings of the iy-mwifum aw 
Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October Jf-^3, 
7990. Wifflam F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Inl. Whaling Comm. ipcc. issue no. 
15. p. 626. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) . . t n c w 

[imperial Coll. Cent. Environ.Technol., Mar. Resour. Assessment Group Ltd., 8 Princes Gardens, London ywr 
IN A, Englandl ' 

95-006879 Oliver, Chris. INTEGRATION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT QUOTAS (CDCJs) IN AN \ 
INDIVIDUAL FISHING QUOTA (IFQ) PROGRAM: SABLEFISH AND HALIBUT IN THE NORTH PACJfK-, Am , 
fish. Soc Annu. Meet Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 10. 1994. FR 40(3} nji _ .. , 

IN. Pac. Fish. Manage. Council, 605 W. 4th Ave., 3rd Floor, Anchorage, AK 99501. Icl'JOAJ/ i-^u^ i 
Anop/opoma firnbria and Hippog/ossus steno/epis. 

95-006880 Orsi, Joseph A. and Alex C. Wertheimer. MARINE VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION OF JUVENLLI 
CHINOOK AND COHO SALMON IN SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 124(2):1 5*1 fi J. 1 -"> 

[Auke Bay Lab., Fish. Set. Cent., NMFS, 11305 Glacier Hwy., Juneau, AK 99801-86261 Orxrorfynrfnu 
ishawyiscfia and O. fcisulch. 

95-006881 Ozdamar, Emin; Kohei Kihara; Kazumi Sakuramoto and Ibrahim Erkoyuncu. VARIATION IN Tl J 
POPULATION STRUaURE OF EUROPEAN ANCHOVY, ENCRAULIS ENCRASICOLUS L IN THE HLAC.K btA 
I Tokyo Univ. Fish. 81(2):123-134. 1994. In English with Japanese summ. FR 40(3) 

|Dep, Mar. Sci. &Technol., Tokyo Univ. Fish., 5-7, Konan 4-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 100 J.i!>an| 

95-006882 Pacific Fishery Management Council. PRESEASON REPORT II: ANALYSIS OF I'ROI'OSID 
REGULATORY OPTIONS FOR 1995 OCEAN SALMON FISHERIES. Pac. fish. Manage. Counc. Prcttuscm Kfp. 9 
4lp.1995, FR40{3) 

IPac. Fish. Manage. Counc., 2130 SW Fifth Ave., Suite 224, Portland, OR 97201] Oncorhyndius Wiurrh anfl 
O. tsfiawytscha in the northeastern Pacific Ocean. 

95-006883 Panek, Frank M. PRESERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF MARINE AND COASTAL TISI IERIE5 
IN THE NATION AL PARK SYSTEM. Conservation in working landscapes: 20th Annual Natural Arn.is Ctti \ frrew 
University of Maine, Orono, Maine, June 22-26, 1993. Naturai Areas Assoc/ation, convener. ]>. *J. 109.1. AbslW 
only- FR 40(3) 

95-006884 Parn>k, Frank M. PRESERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF MARINE AND COASTAL TISI ItfM 
IN THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM: A REVIEW OF RESEARCH PROGRAMS. Consciv.il/on amt MM\* 
Ecosf stems: Selected Papers from the 20th Annua/Natura/ Areas Conference, University of Maine, hme 199.1. Jot 
S. Pearce, edrtor. Nat. Areas 1. 1 5(1 }:7-1 1 . 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[U5. Natl. Park Sen., Wild. & Vegetation Div., P.O. Box 371 27, MS490, Washington, DC 200 1 3 } 

95-006885 Payne, P. Michael; Charles T. Yustin and Gregory Power. INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE NG 
ENGLAND SLNK-GM.LNET FISHERY AND THE HARBOR PORPOISE, PHOCOENA PHOCOCMA. KtittHHf at 
Cetaceans; Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on (he Mortality of Ceuream 
Passrve fishing Nets and Traps, La lolla, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Cre^oiy l\ Oftnovi 
and jay Barfow, edilors. Rep. Jnt Whaling Comm. Spec fssue No. 1 5. p. 620. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 
{Manomet Bird Observ., P.O. Box 936, Manomet, MA 02345] 



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MARINE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-006886 Pearce, John B, editor. CONSERVATION AND MARINEECOSYSTEMS- SFl Frrr-iu>;uu- Dt , 
THE 20th ANNUAL NATURAL AREAS CONFERENCE, UNIVERSITY OF MAINE IIJNF l<m 
S5(1):4-67. 1995. FR 40(3) '' "* " " ^"'- ' 

[Northeast Fish. Sd. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, Woods Hole, MA] Selected papers indexed in this rstuL'dff,-'.-, 
Review. " "'"'* 

95-006887 Pemberton, David; Bora Merdsoy; Rosemary Gales and Deane Renouf THE 
BETWEEN OFFSHORE COD TRAWLERS AND HARP PHOCA CROENLAND/CA ANt')" 
CrSTOPHOKA CRI5JAJA SEALS OFF NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA Bio/ Comerv 6BC 
FR10(3) ' "" " ' '"' 

[Dep, Parks, Wlldl. & Heritage, P.O. Box 44A, Hobart, Tasm. 7001, Australia! Car/us marhua. 

95-006338 Perra, Paul. THE ROLE OF COORDINATING BODIES WHEN CONDUCTING MIXED STOCK 
STUDIES. Am. Fish. Sac. Annu. Meei Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 66. 1 994. FR 40(3) ' " ' 

[Atl. States Mar. Fish. Comm,, 177G Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Suite 600 Washington DC 'OHf. 
lcl:202-452-87QOl ' ~ " 

35-006880 Perrin, William F-; Geregory P. Donovan and Jay Barlow, editors. GILLNETS AND CETACEANS- 
INCORPORATING THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIUM AND WORKSHOP ON THE MORTALITY OF 
CETACEANS IN PASSIVE FISHING NETS AND TRAPS, LA JOLLA, CALIFORNIA, OCTOBER 22-25 1990 Rep 
int. Whaling Comm. Spec, Issue No. 15. 629p, 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Southwest Fish Sci, Cent, NMFS, NOAA, P.O. Box 271, La Jolla, CA 92038| Selected papers and absiracis 
indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-006890 Perrin, William F. and Robert L Brownell, Jr. A BRIEF REVIEW OF STOCK IDENTITY IN SMALL 
MARINE CETACEANS IN RELATION TO ASSESSMENT OF DRIFTNET MORTALITY IN THE NORTH PACIFIC 
Gittncts and Cetaceans; Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on (fie Mortality of 
Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La folia, California, October 22-25, 1990. William f. Penin, Gregory- 
P Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 393-401. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Southwest Fish. Sci. Cent, P.O. Box 271, La Jolla, CA 9203S] 

95-00&891 Perrin, William F., convenor. REPORT OF THE WORKSHOP ON MORTALITY OF CETACEANS IN 
PASSIVE FISHING NETS AND TRAPS. G///n els ano* Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium 
and Workshop on (he Mortality of Cetaceans In Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La folia, California, October 22-25, 

7990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and }ay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec, fcsue No. 

15. p. 1-71.1994. FR 40(3) 

(Southwest Fish. Sci. Cent,, NMFS, NOAA, P.O. Box 271, La Jolla, CA 92038) 

95-006092 Pesca (Mexico). [INTER-AMERICAN CONFERENCE ON RESPONSIBLE FISHING, MEXICO, D.F. 
JULY 20-29, 1993.] Pesca (Mexico) 102p. 1993. In Spanish and English. FR 40(3) 

95-006893 Peterson, Allen E-, Jr.; Fredric M. Serchuk; Steven A. Murawski and Ralph K. Mayo. REBUILDING 
DEPLETED NEW ENGLAND GROUNDFISH STOCKS: INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS NEEDED TO 
PROMOTE STOCK RECOVERY AND PREVENT/AVERT FUTURE COLLAPSES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstt. 
No 124 p 152-153 1994 FR 40(3) 

[NMFS, Northeast Fish. Sci. Cent., Woods Hole Lab,, Woods Hole, MA 02543. tel:508-548-5123; 

iax:50B-54B-1 1 58) 

95-006894 Petit, M.; L. Dagorn; P. Lena; M. Slepoukha; A. C. Ramos and J. M. Stretta, OCEANIC LANDSCAPE 

CONCEPT AND OPERATIONAL FISHERIES OCEANOGRAPHY. Mem, InsL Oceanogr. (Monaco) No. IB. 

i) 85-97. 1994. In English with French summ.FR 40(3) 

|Sm. SEAS, ORSTOM, DP 1 72, 97492 Sle Clotilde CEDEX, La Reunion, France. e-mail:pe W@orsloro.orstom.fr 

&M.petil/omnel| 

95-006B95 Petrocci, Charles. TAILS FROM THE ROAD: THE BLACK SEA BASS. Aquacult. Mag. 21(2}:48-52. 
1995. FR 40(3) , . n 

Cenlroprislis s(r/ata in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean. 

/ING THE THREATENED COASTAL RESOURCE AGAINST ALL 
s- Selected Papers from the 20th Annual Natural Areas Conference, 

... ., . j i icn\.cnc.n mot; PR dftlVl 

PO1 2LF, 



Pike, D. G. THE FiSHERY EOR GREENLAND H^^S'^ 
CUMBERLAND SOUND, BAFFIN ISLAND, 1 987-1992. Can. Feed. Rep. Fish. AM. Sci, No. 



'" E [S R*:&otans,rs.A,c 4 Sri, P.O. Box 358, M * NT, Canada XOA OHO] So^o^i^pMus 
and Ka/a /ad/a la In Canada. 

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95-006898 pined r ^ ria C^^^ PONTOPORIA BMINWLLH . CHfned and 

BRAZIL WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THt f^^p d ' Workshop on the Mortality of CeJaccani m 
Cetaceans: Incorporating (fie Proceedings o; tne jyr p wnij am p perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and Jay 

passive Fishing Nets and Traps, la Jolla, October u-t3, 251 _ 25g ]g94 FR 40 ( 3 } 
Bartow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. ^pec is - - H- Grande[ RSf g^j 

IDep. Oceanogr, Fundacao Univ. Rio Grande, C.P. 4/4, Ltrjo^ 

INCIDENTAL FISHERY MORTALITY ON THt ACt 

1M ^L n i <m ir-i i AV nll^nie- and riitxrf>af;f 



,.. . .noirT rF INCIDENTAL FISHERY MORTALIT 
95-006899 Pinedo, Maria CristmaMPACT^ 

STRUCTURE OF PONTOPORIA BLWIUEI IN ^THERNBRAi ILA ^ ^ ^^ f . 

Incorporating (he Proceedings o the S^posuma. ^ Worts top^on Hte JJ ^ ^^^ an(/ ^ 0ai! ^ 
Neu and Traps, la /of/a, Cahfornra, October 22-25 1 9J ft ITI 
editor, Rep. Int Whaling Comm. pec. /ue No 15 p ^^^^^ Crande , RS , Bro.il] 

IDep. Oceanogr., Fundacao Univ. Rio Grande, C.P. 474, Ltr ruorB1 , wr 

2K!^^^ 



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. 

LINE Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet, Abstr. No. 124. p. 72. 
INMFS, Woods Hole, MA 02543. i e l:5Q8-542-5123l 

05-OOS902 Praderi, Ricardo, MORTALITY OF ^ 

d ' 



- , 

OBnets and Cetaceans: fncorporatmg the ^. d '% S/er 22 -25, 1990. WI/Ham F. 
Ce.aceans in f^isto flshhig Nis and Tnps, ajola,^ Cato, Octol er ^ 617> Igg4 

P. Donovan, and /ay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec 

f * A \Mo&. Nac. Hist. Nal. Casilla Correo 399, Montevideo, Uruguay! 

95-006903 Prado, ,oeL and Andrew S.i^POSSlBIUT.S OF REDUCING 

MORTALITY OF MARINE MAMMALS IN DRIFTNET I "SHEWK. C^ an ^^^^ , 



Whaling Comm, 5pec. Issue No. 15. p. 617. 1994. Abslracl only. 
(Fish. Technol. Serv., Fish. Ind. Div., FAO, Rome, Italy) 



95 *06904 Rao, Rayavarapu ,. STATUS AND 
COASTOFANDHWPRADmiNDlA.GiteandCeta^nnco^^^ 

and Workshop or, the Mortality o ^Cetaceans m ^^^^^t^J^Comm.SflCt:. lw\ 

1 990. WiHiam F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Kep. im. b 

1 5. p. 626-627. 1994. Abstract only, FR 40(3) ; 

|School ZooL, liwaji Univ., Gwalior-474 01 1, India! 
95^06905 ^Andrew |. INTERAaiONSBF^EENCETAC^ 

IN THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC. Cillnels and Cetaceans: Incorporat ng (lie 7 "'" fci ,^ n r >f>cr I 
Wo Sop on the Mortality of Cetaceans In Passive Fishing Nets ^^.^^^^rf^t^ 
1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. apci.. J^u^ 

P ' "woodsll'te Ocetogr. Ins., Woods Hole, MA 025431 Cfupea harengc^ Gachis morhun, 5,if n H. W f, 
' 



C PorrJn flrr>(rrjJV JT* Dot 

ssive Fishing Nets and Traps, La (o/fa, Calilornia, uctooer u-ts, tyw. WUHWH r. temn, vi/n, wy * . /w 
id Jay Sarlow, editor Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 627. 1 994. Abstract only, m tm. 
(Dep. Zool,, Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1 1 Myxlne g/utinosa. 

95-006907 Reyes, )ulio C. and Jorge A. Oporto. GILLNET FISHERIES AND CETACEANS IN TH li St >UJ 
PACIFIC. CiHnetsand Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium anaWoituhttpoa incM 
of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La /olla, California, October 22-25, i 990. William F.Pei tin \ 
P. Donovan, and /ay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 467-474. 1 9<M . F R 
ICasilla 392, Talcahuano, Chile) : 

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95-006908 Richards Andrew H.; Lui ]. Bell and Johann D. Bell. INSHORE FISHERIES RESOURCES OF 
SOLOMON ISLANDS. Mar, PolluL Bull. 29(1-3):90-98. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[S. Pac. Forum Fish. Agency, P.O. Box 629, Honiara, Solomon Islands] Katsuwonus pelamis and Tnunnus 
aJba cares. 

S5-OQ69Q9 Richards, Andrew H. PROBLEMS OF DRIFT-NET FISHERIES IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC. Mar. Poltul 
Bull. 29(1-3): 1 06-1 11. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(S. Pac. Forum Fish, Agency, P.O. Box 629, Honiara, Solomon Islands) 

95-006910 Richards,Laiira).;]effFargoandJonT.Schnute.FACTORSINFLUENCINGBYCATCHMORTALITY 
OF TRAWL-CAUGHT PACIFIC HALIBUT. N. Am. /. Fish. Manage. 1 5(2):266-276. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Biol. Scl. Branch, Pac. Biol. Stn., Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6] Hippog/ossus 
stertolepis in the northeastern Pacific Ocean. 

95-00691 1 Roberts, Kenneth J. FISHERIES POLICY AND MANAGEMENT: CATCH AND RELEASE SOCIAL 
SCIENTISTS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 1 2. 1 994, FR 40(3) 

[La, Stale Univ., Agric. Cent., P.O. Box 25100, Baton Rouge 70094-5100. Id: 504-3 88-2 1451 

95-00691 2 Ro R ers Christopher; Rebecca Lenl and Pamela Mace. BEYOND THE HAGUE LINE: COMPARING 
CANADIAN AND U.S. DOMESTIC MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR ICCAT SPECIES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. 
Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 73. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

INMFS, F/CM4, 1335 East-West Hwy., Silver Spring, MD 20910, Iel:301-71 3-2347] 

95-006913 Sakuma loom. LARGE SCALE TRAP NET FISHERY IN JAPAN. CWfriets and Cetaceans: JnowporaWng 
(lie Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, 
La folia CaWbrnia, October 22-25, 1 990. William F. Perm, Gregoiy P. Donovan, and /ay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. 
Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 61 9. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

[Japan Fish. Agency, Kasumigaseki, Chiyodaku, Tokyo 100, Japan] Oncorhvncnus. 

95-006914 Sakuma, Yoshiaki. [FISHERIES ECONOMICS IN MIE PREFECTURE.] /M/ni-Sympos/um: Present 
Status and future of Fisheries in Kumano-nada.] Hiroshi Kobayashi, Eiichi Hasegawa, Hirofcazu Sugmo, and Toshra 
Sakamoto, convenors. Nippon Suisan CaWtahW 61(2):251-252. 1995. In Japanese. FR 40(3) 
[Lab. Fish. Econ., Fac. Bioresour., Mie Univ., Tsu, Mie 5 1 4, Japan] 

95-0069 1 5 Schlck, Daniel F.; Michael Borwn and Mark Lazzari. INTERACTION OF THE SHRIMP FISHERY 
AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF FINFISHES IN COASTAL WESTERN GULF OF MAINE. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. 
Abstr. No. 124. p. 28, 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Mar, Resour., WesI Boothbay Harbor, ME 04575. lel:207-633-9500| 

95-0069 1 6 Schiel, David R. and Michael S. Fosler. RESTORING KELP FORESTS. Restoring the Nation's Marino 
Environment. Proceedings of the NOAA Symposium on Habitat Restoration, Washington, D.C, September 25-26, 
1990. Cordon W. Thayer, editor, p. 279-342. 1992. FR 40(3} 
[Dep. Zool, Univ. Canterbury, Chrislchurch, New Zealand] 

95-006917 Schmied, Ronald L. THE IMPLICATIONS OF HUMAN DIMENSIONS RESEARCH FOR 
COMMUNtCATIONS-BASED MARINE FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. 
p. 135-136. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[NMFS, 9450 Koger Blvd., Si. Petersburg, FL 33702. tel:813-893-3144| 

95.0069ia Seeb, Lisa W. MIXED STOCK ANALYSES AND CSI: THEIR APPLICATIONS ALONG THE PACIFIC 
RIM. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meel. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 63. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish & Game, 333 Raspberry Rd., Anchorage, AK 99751 ] tel:907-267-2249] Oncorhynchus isliawytscha 
and O. keta. 

95-006919 Sequeira, Marina and Carlos Ferroira. COASTAL FISHERIES AND CETACEAN MORTALITY IN 
PORTUGAL. Glilnets and Cetaceans; Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the 
Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La folia, California, October 22-25, 990. WiliamF Perm 
Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 165-181, 1994. 

FR 4 |nsl. Conserv. Nat., Div. Invest. Estudos Ecol., R. Filipe Folque, 46-3, 1000 Lisboa, Portugal| Data for 27 

species, 

95-006920 Serchuk, Fredric M. and Ralph K. Mayo. STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF CROUNDFISH 

RESOURCES IN THE GEORGES BANK-GULF OF MAINE REGION UNDER EXTENDED JURISDICTION: A CASE 

STU DY. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 49-1 50. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

[NMFS, Northeast Fish. Sci. Cent., Woods Hole Lab., Woods Hole, MA 02543. tel:508-548-5123] 
fax:508-548-1158] 

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Jirw;cm ^eye^YijJ^and U.^agauidinov. [PERFECTING SCIENTIFIC BASES IN Tl IE MJJ 

r "SMENT.| In: Commercial Fishery Tec/mo/ofjy. rishintf -^ J1 " 1 
Ws. Collected Papers, E. . A ^""" i -'- 'iJir " iit--i2, **' 



' NERI ? IS 9 PRY STUDY OF UPWELLING AND ITS BIOLOGICAL 



I",? 6 CK *"* Scleclcd Pve Presented at Theme Sessfrm O *t *hn f 

lV^FR^f """ "* A *"* * 5fe ' ^^ ""' r " (m ^ 
[Sea Fish. Res. | nst ., Private Bag X2, R ogge Bay B012j Cape Town, South Africa] 

- ^ AINST EM KLAMATH RIVER FALL CHINOOK SI'AWNINt 

IU Fkh au i r' *? R "r- Off - PM 93(FP-7):23p. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Coastal Fish. Resour. Off., Arcata, CA] Oncorhynchus 



Susan F ' Vif! - DEVELOPING PREFABRICATEI'J RliErS: AN 
Reslo S "'e Nation's Marine fnv/RHimctil. 
25-26, 1990. 



|ABB Environ. Serv. Inc., Wakefield, MA| 



^ 17 " 6 MAIN PRINCIPLES OF THE CONCEITION ANI> T 
IN rnK,? NSERVATION AN D REPRODUCTION IN Tl IE IIAI.TU -' SFA 
COI 1 D ' TI0 ^ OF TRANSITION TO MARKET.] /Fisheries Rt-RM/rh.-, i'"" 1 

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)oanne Mor *- AN ANALYSIS or SPAWNS 

> tN DIVIS10NS 2 J AND 3KL c; "" f ' ( ^' rl (l/ ;5 '' 
anc/ 3W: ftpera ftesenled to the ViivU/lVr < '< nwin 

, M h -,' Sc '- Count Siud. No. 21. p. 67-^. I W-l. IK .If P( -0 

, & Oceans, Norlhwest All. Fish. Cent, P.O. Box 56G7, St, John's, NF, Can.if U A I < : S 

.^ hofporaiihg ihe Piooetfings of l/io Syn V i.hH fll 

, Ne ' Sant/ Tra P s ' La lot!a ' CaKfon^ Oaoln* JM*. IW 

1994. FR an Bar/ 0lV , erftors. fiep /lit Whaling Comm. S/:. Asm- M.K 15- 

Fundacao Brasileira Conserv. Natureza-Rua Miranda Valverde, 1034ot.iro g o K4r. ck |.t n. -U ., K| 



PeflCOck a ' ld K " Z^^nbur, Wl 1Y T f II-: r Jll|l 
Soc Annu. M ee( Abstr No m n i HAVE NOT BEEN MET IN THE SCOTIA F-l JNI >V HI < il() 

lOep.Fish AOceaw Rinl D ", ISI - 1994 - FR 40 ( 3 ) 
fax:902-426-78271 ' ""^ P '' Box 1006 - Dartmoulh, NS, Canada It 2 V -1 A J . H-1:'ll) 

95-006929 Smith T D C T w 

OF THE BIOLOGICAL SIGN FirAMr 8 /^ 1 " 1 Wl Pola check. FACTORS IMPORTANT IN INI 1 1 Al 1\ 
Proceedings of the Symposium a^iwn,^ CETACEAN BYCATCH. C/ffncts and Cvlafww I'^'H 
oWa, Califofnia, October 22-25 Jqgn u,' P n "^MortaBty of Cetaceans In Passfvc ^i/w /*.';> i 
WhaKng Comm. Spec. Issue No i? it S? F ' Pem ' n ' ^S 1 ^ P. Donovan, ant/ /ay ffci/fi H v. i-(Jfl 
INottheasl F. Cent., Woods Ho| e MA] ' ' " 4 " AbStr3Cl nly ' FR 40(3 ' 



^^ 

N GULF OF MEX ICOA?, RSHES ASS OCIATED WITH AN OIL AMI > i AS I'l, 
Fis t 1 ' lnst - Cent. Coaial c 5oc ' Anr "'' Meet - ^ 6jlr ' No. 1 2 1. 1 1. IM , in -1 , I H , 
^ ' ReSOUr -' La ' Slate Univ., U.H.m He 



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MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

Stephenson, Robert L, and Daniel E. Lane. QUOTA MANAGEMENT IN THF srOTiA-Fl INDY 
PURSE SEINE FISHERY: AN EVALUATION OF THE OLDEST MARINE ITQ EXPERIMENT Am Fish 
. MeclAhstr. No. 124. p. 75. 1 994. FR 40(3) X ArcKiMEiNi.rtm.rHn. 

Ftsh. & Oceans, Biol. Sin., Si. Andrews, MB, Canada EOG 2X0. te1:506-529-88541 

306933 Slovens, Jane E. THE ANTARCTIC PACK-ICE ECOSYSTEM. BroSrience 45(31-128 132 1995 
40(3) '' ' 



Stevenson, David K.; Kevin Friedland and David Libby. A NEW APPROACH TO ATLANTIC 
ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT IN THE GULF OF MAINE. Am. Fish.SocAnnu Meet Abslr No 
I. p. 39. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[pep. Mar. Rcsour., P.O. Box 0, West Boolhbay Harbor, ME 04575. tel:207-633-953Q] Clupea harengus. 

OQ&935 Slfaley, Janice M. and C. Scoll Baker. ENTANGLEMENT OF TWO HUMPBACK WHALES AND 
IE CRAY WHALE IN PASSIVE FISHING GEAR IN SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA. GiWnets and Ceiaceans: 
orporaling (fie Proceedings of the Symposium and and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive 
ling Nels and Traps, La folia, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and My 
low, editors. Rep. .Int. Whaling Comm. 5pec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 628, 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
(Glacier Bay Nail. Park. & Preserve Gustavus, AK 99826] 

QO6936 Sullivan, Patrick ). and Donald A. McCaughran. THE INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC HALIBUT 
,MMISSIOK: A CASE STUDY IN INTERNATIONAL FLATFISH MANAGEMENT. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. 
stf. No, 124. p. 14. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Int. I 3 ac. Halibut Comm., P.O. Box 95009, Seattle, WA 98145-2009. tel:206-634-1 838] 

QQ6937 Tagsnrl, C. T. and ]. Mulchings. BIOLOGICAL METRICS AND THEIR UTILITY IN MONITORING 
E -HEALTH" OF A HIGHLY EXPLOITED STOCK: EXAMPLES FROM NORTHERN COD AND THEIR FUTURE 
PLICATION. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abslr. No, 1 24. p. 1 50. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

fSci. Branch, Dep. Fish. & Oceans, NW All. Fish, Cent., P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada AT C 5X1 . 
:7O9-772-2fi1 7; fax:709-772-4188; e-mait:laggarl@mrspock.nwafcnf.caj Cadtis morhua in Canada. 

-O06938 Taggnrl, C,; S. Lochmann; D. Griffin; K. Thompson; G. Maillet and K. Frank. A TIME SERIES OF 
DLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LARVAL COD IN A TRACKED WATERMASS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. 
,sir. No. 1 24. p. 1 67. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Dcp. Fish. & Oceans, Northwest All. Fish. Cent., P.O, Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1 ] 

-006939 TakeucW, Junichi, [FISHERIES OPERATION AND HYDROGRAPHIC CONDITIONS IN THE 
>UTHERN AREA OF KUMANO-NADA.) {Mini-Symposium: Present Status and Future of Fisheries in 
m.-ino-natAi.; Hiroshi Kobayashi, Elichi Hasegawa, Hirokazu Sugino, and Toshio Sakamoto, convenors. Nippon 
isitn GaWkaisWG1(2):253-254. 1995, In Japanese. FR 40(3) 
IWakayama Prefect. Fish. Exp. Sin., Kushimolo, Wakayama 649-35, Japan] 

i-006940 Thayer, Gordon W., editor. RESTORING THE NATION'S MARINE ENVIRONMENT. 
tOCEEDINCS OF THE NOAA SYMPOSIUM ON HABITAT RESTORATION, WASHINGTON, D.C., 
PTEMBER 25-26, 1990. Md. Sea Grant (College Park) 71 6p. 1 992. Available at $49.50 (cloth) from Md. Sea 
rant Co., 0112 Skinner Hall, Univ. Md,, College Park 20742-7640. tel:301 -405-6371; fax:301-314-9581. 



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95-006921 Sergeyev, Yu. S. and I. I. Bagautdinov. (PERFECTING SCIENTIFIC BASES IN Tilt 

TRAWL RELATIVE CATCHABIUTY ASSESSMENT.] In: Commercial Fishery Technology. FistwiK mil tyttrob-f'- \ 

Behaviour. Theoretical and Practical Aspects. Collected Papers. E. A. Karpenko, editor, p. 24-U, 227, W 'j 

Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) I 

95-006922 Shannon, L V. and K. L Cochrane.THE BENCUELA ECOLOGY PROGRAMME: 

A SUCCESSFUL INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDY OF UPWELLING AND ITS BIOLOGICAL 

Dynamics of Upwel/ing in the /CES Area. Selected Papers Presented at Theme Session O <i( (fit- K f S *'*[[ 

Meeting, 23 September- 1 October 1993. f. Hagen and A Jorge da Silva, editors, tot. C.ounr. hjilnr. V 

Res. Rep. No. 206. p. 9-14. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Sea Fish. Res. Inst, Private Bag X2, Roggc Bay 801 2, Cape Town, South Africn) 

95-006023 Shaw, Thomas A. MAINSTEM KLAMATH RIVER FALL CHINOOK SPAWNING SUKVf V: ^ 
YEAR 1993. Kfamalh River Fish. Resour. Oil Publ. 93(FP-7):23p. 1994. FR 40(3) 

JUS. Fish & Wild). Serv., Coaslal Fish. Resour. Off., Arcata, CA| Oncorhyncnus ishawylw/iii In < jli^" 

95-006924 Sheeny, Daniel ]. and Susan F. Vik. DEVELOPING PREFABRICATED REI:I : S: AN K * H * **[ 
AND ENGINEERING APPROACH. Restoring the Nation's Marine Environment. Prmxwiiiw "' lf|E ' 
Symposium on Habitat Restoration, Washington, D.C, September 25-26, 1990. Gordon IV. 
p. 543-581. 1992. FR 40(3) 

[ABB Environ. Serv. Inc., Wakefield, MA| 

95-006925 Shekhovlseva, L S. [THE MAIN PRINCIPLES OF THE CONCEPTION AND 
PROGRAMME OF FISH STOCKS CONSERVATION AND REPRODUCTION IN THE HAI.1K SI A 
INSHORE ZONE IN CONDITIONS OF TRANSITION TO MARKET.] fisheries Rasoan:ln'\ at ltu> i 
Southern Pacific Oceans. CoWected Volume of Scientific Papers.] Fisheries Committee ol (Jic Ku^ttt I 
p. 212-218, 259-260. 1993. FR 40(3) 



95-006926 Shelton, Peter A. and M. Joanne Morgan. AN ANALYSIS OF SI'AWNIH 
RECRUITMENT OF COD (CADUS MORHUA) IN DIVISIONS 2) AND 3KL. CoHectinn tit J'.ifn-** * w 
Northern Cod and Seals in NAFO Divisions 21 and 3KL: Papers Presented to the Sdvuaifh- ( ow '' ' 
Amaraliinga, editor, Norlhivest At/. Fish. Organ. Sc7. Counc. Stud. No. 21. p. 67-02. 1i)'M. FU'Wl 1} 

\Oep. Fish. & Oceans, Northwest All. Fish. Cenl., P.O. Box 5667, Si. John's, NF, Can.ul.i A K -X 1 t 

95-00&927 Siciliano.Salvalore. REVIEWOFSMALLCETACEANS AND FISHERY INTEUACIUtNS I M*<^ 
WATES OF BRAZIL. Cr//nets and Cetaceans: incorporating the Proceedings of the Symfwwun -i"' * I V - "^ 
the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La )olla, CaWornia, OctoJx-r 'Ji-f '. ' '*[* ' * "-J 
Pemn, Gregory P. Donovan, and /ay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec, hnicNu. I '- V J:] 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Fundacao Brasileira Conserv. Natureza-Rua Miranda Vaiverde, 103-Bolafogo Rio (U> J.inHi' '. H I '* " 
Brazil] 

95-006928 Sinclair, M.; j. Angel; R. O'Boyle; G. Peacock and K. ZwanenburR. Wl IV II II ' > I* * '" 
GROUNDFISH FISHERIES MANAGEMENT HAVE NOT BEEN MET IN THE SCOTIA FUNf IV KH iH ' N <M 
Soc. Anna. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 50-1 51.1 994. FR 40{3) 

(Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Biol. Sci. Branch, P.O. Box 1006, Dartmouth, NS, Canada I12Y 4 AMrV'n *^ --I. 1 ' 
fax:902-426-78271 

95-006929 Smith, T.D.jC.T. Waring and T.W.Polacheck. FACTORS IMPORTANT IN INIIIAl I VAUJ 
OF THE BIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF CETACEAN BYCATCH. Gfflnets and ColncfMin ' ..... ^l"'"-l 
Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans In Passive I'Mtinf, Wi r *t j'J I 
}olla, California, October 22-25, 1990. Wiffiam F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay IMrJmv. *-tf, -tint I 
Whafcng Comm. Spec, issue No. 1 5. p. 620-62 1 . 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[Notlheasl Fish. Cent., Woods Hole, MA] 

95-006930 SUntey, David R. and Charles A. Wilson. SPATIAL AND SEASONAL VARIATII IN IN I MM 
AND TARGET STRENGTH DISTRIBUTION OF FISHES ASSOCIATED WITH AN OIL ANI ) ( IAS \'l Alii 

THENORTHERNGULFOFMEX1CO.Am.Rsh.5oc.Annu.Meet.Afastr.No.124.p.^:i. 1')'M IK *<H1 
JCoastal Fish Insl., Cent. Coastal Energy & Environ. Resour,, La. State Univ., IMhui H<n^ 
uiaetocftptenis fafaer, Caranx cr/sos, Archosargus probatocepha/us, Pomatomus sa/tatrix, t.\ai.u\n * * -i . ( ) 
and Se/fofa dumeri/i. 



?? D 1SSSL J?S CartY B " and Dave G - Reddin - INCIDENTAL CATCHES OF SMAl I t 1 I At 
DRIFTNETS DURING SALMON TAGGING EXPERIMENTS IN THE NORTHWEST ATI AN K* *, 
5S r^i co V'*to8fa Proceedings of the Symposium and Wwfcshop on trio MiwMfuy i rt * v 

,^5f g ^ a "V rapi ' ta;o " a ' Ca '' fofn ' a ' 0ctofaer22 - 25 ''99^^ ^ 

Kri R^h^ ll0fS ^ P ;'^ Wna HCo m m. Spec, issue No. 15. p. 628. 1994. Abslr.u I i.r.l v t K 
ISo. Branch, Dep. Rsr, & Oceans, P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada A1 C 5X I ] 



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95-006933 Sevens, Jane E. THE ANTARCTIC PACK-ICE ECOSYSTEM. BibSdenc* 45(3):.2 8 -132. 1995. 
Fft 40(3) 

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. Box B, W=s, Bootoy Harbor, ME 04575. ,d : 20 7 -633- 3 530, <* tef e,, 8U , 

v 

[Glacier Bay Nail. Park. & Preserve Gustavus, AK 99826] 

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%?Jffi& 9500* Sea,,,, WA M, 45,009. ,e,: 2 6 ,34, B38, 

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u Cen,, ,0. Box 56 67, S, ,o,,,s, NF. Canada A1C SX,] 

ar> Cafckafshi 61(2);253-254. 1995. In Japanese. FR 40(3) 

\Wakayama Prefect. Fish. Exp. Stn., Kushimoto, Wakayama 649-35, Japan] 



,5-006940 Thayer, Cordon , W .dMg j R BSTO R ,NG THE 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE NOAA SYMPOSIUM ON HABITAT ^^'^^j^o (doth) from M d.Sea 



Selected papers indexed in this issue of Rsfteries Review. 



20cfi Annual Natural Areas Conference, University of Maine, lune 1993. 






and SaMoia austraffs. IA I:DCI 

ER E NTC 






FR 40(3) 

Tracni/rur symmelr/cus. 

1995 
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- INDIVIDUAL VE SSEL QUOTAS IN THE PACIFIC HALIBUT FISHERY- WHAT I'.: 



w - Hastin8S Sl " Vancouver ' BC ' Canada V6B 5C3 - 



IN THE CANADIAN 

F ' Sh '. & V 06 - 3 " 5 ' L #418 ' S , 55 W ' Haslin S s St, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6B 5G3. 
siussleno/epis in the norllieaslern Pacific Ocean. 



nq^i unc?V" f? to !: RESULTS OF THE ' OCE ANIC REEFS' EXPEDITION TO THE SEVCHEUS 

(1992-1993), VOLUME 1. Zoo/. Ver/i. fie/denj No. 297. 152p. 1994. FR 40(3} 



' NelhGrlands ' Selected P a P ers Wwed In thlitejt 

95-006947 van der Land j. THE 'OCEANIC REEFS' EXPEDITION TO THE SEYCHELLES (1 992-11133). fi.y 

n Jr PM -, C S x ? ec/ '" on (0 *e Seychelles (1992-1993), Volume 1. 1. van der land, editor Zooi- Ve\ 
(leictenj No. 297. . 5-36. 1994, FR 



n M -, 

(leictenj No. 297. p. 5-36. 1994, FR 40(3} 

[Nail, Naluurhist.Mus,, P.O. Box 9517, 2300 RA Leiden, Netherlands] 

95-006948 VanTilburg, Jo Anne.EASTER ISLAND: ARCHAEOLOGY,ECOLOGY,ANDCULTU RE. 5niWiswvi- 

vl % w? n n JJ? 1 X " 4i Available al $ 45 '0 (doth) from Smlfhsonian Inst. Press, P.O. Box 960, Hemd>. 

VA 22070-0960. tel:800-782-4612. FR 40(3) 

(Inst. Archaeol,, Univ. Calif., Los Angeles 90024] Tftunnus a/faacares. 

^'i; Van ^ rebeek - Koe a"d Julio C. Reyes. POST-BAN SMALL CETACEAN TAKES OFF PERU-. 
. UBneuand Cetaceans: /nowporalftig (he Proceed/ngs of (/ie Symposium and Workstiopon lite MortiJ j 
a " Sln ^ iS ' v ^ f ! s '" n We( S and Traps, ta^oWa, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Pwifc Crfg^ 
van, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. tot Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 1 5. p. 503-519. 1904. FR 40IH' 
(Cenl. Peruano Estudios Cetologicos (CEPEC), Casilla 1 536, Lima 1 8, Peru] 



SOtn-H 9 FRki ^M^mu^ 1 en and Julio C ' Re V. A NOTE ON INCIDENTAL FISHERY MORTALITY <> 
p2rJS^ NK c E WHALB ^ F WESTERN SOUTH AMERICA, Cfffriets and Cetaceans: hxorpoftUng h 
S r 3S n 6 ?^ P r! I r and Ww^op w f Mortafftj' of Cefaceam /n Pass/ve Hshfrig Nets and Tp* ii 

wS rZ ' ? ' b f f 32 M 5 ' '"- Witliam F - Perrin > Cre 8<Y P. Donovan, and fay Barlow, editor R*p.h 
wnasmg Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 521-523. 1994. FR 40(3} 

[Cent. Peruano Estudios Cetologicos (CEPEC), Casilla 1536, Lima 18, Peru] 

PERUV?A S |!i ncu n F^c H S e i'iS en and )ulio C> R ^ es ~ INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SMALL CETACEANS AS: 

- 1Me/ ?? N , D ANALYSIS OF TRENDS - C " /neIS d Coaceanf. 
nr P ^ f an , d Worksh P w the Mortality of Cetaceans in Passive Fishing 

S?f ? f ' w// " /am F ' Perrin - Gr ^ 0f y p - Don vs 

, Spec, /ssue No. 15. p. 495-502. 1 994. FR40(3) 
[Cent. Peruano Estudios Cetologicos (CEPEC), Casilla 1536, Lima 18, Peru] 






PECULIARIT| ES OF SUMMER-AUTUMN FISHERY OFTH 

Collection occ vWT^ PACIFIC > /8/0/0 ^ of 5ftrf and ^"a*""" f ^ 

with English summ. FR40(3) ; "^ ed " r ' Mar " e/0/ ' (^divostok) Suppl. p. 66-74, 1990. tn 

Scomber /apon/cus. 



!^^ T ' Rn*V. CETACEANS AND 

gTe ftSJSE rf *T ER C , ARIBBEAN: A PRELIMINARY REVIEW. OMncu 
Pasi/ve RsWng Neu Znli^Sj- ?/ **? s l( mpoj/um arid Worihpp on (he Mortality of Cetacean f 
nd /ayBarfow, ed^ ffit ifi^r"^^* ^ 22 ' 25 ' I99a W// " am F - ^'^' Gregory r. 



, r 

Pep. Qcnc MA nLC S A ** '" Ue N ' 1S ' P" 221 ' 233 ' 

Vchamlento 



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Morlerrev-Campus Cuaymas AD EiT? V ^ chamlento Ke os Nat., Inst. Technol. & Eslutllos Supericaf 
r , ftp. roslal 484, Guaymas, Sonora 85400, Mexico] 



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95-006955 Vyalov, Y. A. [ON THE RELATION OF THE EARTH ROTATION VELOCITY AND THE i STATE OF 
FISHERIES OBJECTS STOCKS IN OCEAN.] {Fisheries Researches in the Atlantic and Southern I acme - 
Ccflected Vo/ume of of Scientific Papers.] Fisheries Committee of I/ie Russian Federation, p. fa-JJ, "->- JJ*- 
Russian with English summ. FR 40(3) 

95-006956 Wade, Paul R. REVISED ESTIMATES OF INCIDENTAL KILL OF DOLPHINS (DELPHINIDAE) BY 
THE PURSE-SEINE TUNA FISHERY IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL PACIFIC, 1 959-1972. US. Nat/. Mar. r-isn. ierv. 
Fish, fluff. 93(2):345-354. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Southwest Fish. Sci. Cent, NMFS, NOAA, P.O. Box 271, La Jolla, CA 92038] Thunmis aloacares. 

95-006957 Waldman, John; John Hart and Isaac Wirgin. ESTIMATING RELATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF 
ATLANTIC STURGEON STOCKS TO THE NEW YORK BIGHT FISHERY. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. NO. 
12-4. p.65, 1994. FR 40(3) . , 

[Hudson River Found., 40 W. 20th St., New York, NY 1001 1 . tel:2 1 2-924-8290J Acipenser oxyrhynchus. 



95-006958 Wallace, Richard K.; William Hosking and Stephen T. Szedlmayer. lrl 

FISHERMEN: A MANUAL FOR HELPING FISHERMEN UNDERSTAND THE FEDERAL MANACEMbN I 
PROCESS. Auburn Univ. Mar. 5xf. Res. Cent. 5ea Grant Ext. MASGP-94-01 2. 56p. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
(41 70 Commanders Dr., Mobile, AL 3661 5] 

95-006959 Wallace, Richard K. and C. Lance Robinson. BYCATCH AND IJYCATCH REDUCTION IN 
RECREATIONAL SHRIMPING. Northeast Cd/f5cn3(2):139-144. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Auburn Univ., Mar. Ext. & Res. Cent., 41 70 Commanders Dr., Mobile, AL 3661 5] M/cropoflonias undutatus 
and Le/oslomus xanthums in the Gulf of Mexico. 

95-006960 Walters, Carl J. COD OFF EASTERN CANADA: LESSONS FOR STOCK ASSESSMENT AND STOCK 
REBUILDING PROGRAMS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 153. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[Fish. Cent,, Univ. British Columbia, 2204 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC, Canada VGT 1 W5. tel:604-B22-bJ2U, 
fax:604-82 2-8934) Gadus morhua. 

95-006961 Ward, Michael B, THE INFLUENCES OF OCEAN CONDITIONS ON PRODUCTION OF 
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA SALMON. K/amatn Basin Fisheries Symposium: Proceedings of a Symposium Held in 
Eureka, California, 23-24 March 1994. T/iomas /. Hassler, editor, p. 43. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[Harza Inc., 2353 130th Ave. NE, Bellevue, WA 98005] Oncor/iync/ius. 

95-006962 Watanabe, Yoh. THE JAPANESE LARGE-MESH DRIFTNET FISHERY IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN 
GiV/nels and Cetaceans: Incorporating the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality 01 
Cetaceans in Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La folia, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Crcgc ry 
P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. Whaling Comm. Spec, issue No. 1 5. p. 385-392. 1 994. rK 4U(J) 
(Natl. Res, Insl. Far Seas Fish., 5-7-1 Orido 5 Chome, Shimizu, Shizuoka 424, Japan] 

95-00&963 Waterman, Melissa. MARINE PROTECTED AREAS IN THE GULF OF MAINE. Conservatton and 
Marine Ecosystems: Selected Papers from the 20th Annual Natural Areas Conference, University of Maine, tune 
1993. John B. Pearce, editor. Nat. Areas I. 15(1):43-49. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Gulf Maine Council Mar. Environ., 104 State St., Stn. 38, Augusta, ME 04333] 

95-006964 Wellman, Katarine F. and Rachel A. Nugent. FACTORS AFFECTING SUSTAINABLE SALMON 
MANAGEMENT IN WILLAPA BAY, WASHINGTON. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 20. 1 J J4. 
FR40(3) 

[BaLlelfe Seattle Res. Cent., Seattle, WA. tel:206-528-3323| 

95-006965 Wells, Randall S. and Michael D. Scott. INCIDENCE OF GEAR ENTANGLEMENT FOR RESIDENT 
INSHORE BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS NEAR SARASOTA, FLORIDA. G/7/nets and Cetaceans; /ncorporatinj; Hie 
Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans In Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, La 
folia, California, October 22-25, 1990. William F. Perrin, Gregory P. Donovan, and lay Barlow, editors. Rep. Int. 
Whaling Comm. Spec. Issue No. 15. p. 629. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 
[Conserv. Biol. Dep., Chicago Zool. Soc., Brookfield, IL 60513] 

9S.Q06966 Winsor, Fred. LOOKING BACK TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE FISHERY. The Fifth International 
5ympos7irm on Society and Resource Management; Creating Research, Education, and Management Partnerships 
Among Natural Resource Professionals, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, /tine 7-Ift 1994. Boofc 
of Abstracts, Jennifer Pate, coordinator, p. 129-130. 1994. FR 40(3) 

|3 Fitzpatrick Ave., St. John's, NF, Canada A1 C 2K5] Gadus mor/tua in Canada. 

95-006967 Woodrow, Maureen. CRISIS AND SUSTAINABILITY: CRITERIA FOR SUSTAINABLE 
NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 1 8. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
[Sodol. Dep., Univ. Laval, Quebec, PQ, Canada G1K 7P4. tel:41 8-656-2227] 

FR40(3| 209 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

MARINE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

?MAD 6 n 9 C c 8 , k /!] a !> lan K - and Daniel G ' Foster - OCCURRENCE AND BEHAVOIR OF JUVENILt S[r 
^k^X?c%t* nCHANUS > N COMMERCIAL SHRIMP FISHING GROUNDS IN Thi 
NORTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO. Mar. fish. Rev. 56(2):9-1 1. 1994. FR 40(3) 

sh - Sdl Cent " NMFS ' NOAA ' P '- Drawer 



, f |F J S L H1NC AS ARE A-DEPENDENT INDUSTRY,] K. Skogs- 
. 1993. In Swedish. FR 40(3) 
[Fiskeriverket, Goleborg, Sweden] 



rA,c 2 ' Alffed0 ' FIRST VALUATION OF THE INTENTIONAL AND ACCIDENTAL CMCK H 

CETACEANS AT SANTA CATARINA ISLAND, BRAZIL. GV/nets and Ceiaceans: Incorporating l/ro ftocccc/'fip B 
ine iymposium and Workshop on the Morja/ily of Cefaceans In Passive fishing Nets and Traps, id lolia Ca f. : fo-.--i 
uciooer 22-25, 1990. Wi//;am F. Perm, Gregory P. Donovan, and /ay Bar/ow, ed/tors. Rep. int. Wha^ff Ccrci 
5pec. fsstie No, 15. p. 629. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(3) 

[Lab. Mamiferos, Univ. Fed. Santa Catarina, Caixa Postal 51 32, Campus Univ., 88049 Florlanopolls, SC 



' Kazunari and Mari| Y" E- Dahlhelm. KILLER WHALE, ORCINUS ORCA, DEPREDATION O 
?I H F F BOTrOMFISH IN THE SOUTHEASTERN BERING SEA AND ADJACENT WA1K 
Natl. Mar. Fish. Serv. Fish. Bull. 93(2):355-372. 1995. FR 40(3) 

, Fi ? h - R ! s ; ln ^-; *& Agency Japan, 2-5-20 Higashiyamoto-machi, Shimonosi-U 7SO, Jap* 
a, Remhardtius htppoglossoides, Alheresthes slomias, and Hippoghssus stmofcfils. 



c a u a Jm?c OI ?. zalez ' Alfredo; Jor 8 e Urban-Ramirez and Carlos Esquivel-Mncias. A NOTE 
F ' SH n ERIES INTERACTIONS WITH SMALL CETACEANS IN MEXICO. CiV/nofs AM/ C.'cJace* 
ee ? n ^ 0/ t/ie 5jmps''"n and Workshop on the Mortality of Cetaceans in Put five fnH 
D , u Ca '' fom ' a ' October 22-25, )990. Wi///am f. Pemn, Gregory P. Donov.no, om/ fry Barb 

. Rep. tot Wha/mg Comm. 5pec Issue No. 15. p. 235-237 1994 FR 40(3) 
(Cent. Invest. Clent. Educ. Superior Ensenada, Ap. Postal 2732, Ensenada Baja Calif,, Mexico) 

1 )? Wang Xiao >' an ' BRIEF REVIEW OF PASSIVE FISHING GEAR AND INCIDENT 
S IN CH1NESE WATERS ' cfflnets and Cetaceans: tncorpomtin,' I/KI f>,nccc& 
" the Mo " a '''ly o^Cetaceans In Passive Fishing Nets and Traps, in folta, C m .a MM 

15 M , 9 jfpR^ '' DO/1 Van ' ^^ *"*""' ^'^ ^ ""' ^"^ "'"" 

[Dep. Biol., Nanjing Normal Univ., Nanjing, PR China! 

UTILIZATION OF FISHERY PRODUCTS 

ADVANCES IM 0| SMnA^,^? n , el F ' and Ramon F ^and e z Martinez. [TECHNICAL REl'ORT ( 
Tecn^ta plfa S A T IZ ' c N n G M!NCED FISH PR ODUCED FROM SHRIMP FISHERY HYCATC:! l.| J! 

T e0 oM m h ** V' P n - 60 " 8 - 1991 ' '" Spanish with En 8 )ish summ - FR 4 ( 3 ) 
the c5? of Ceo ' P " st(pomo/t/ei ^w/onar/s, 5lenoto m us caprinus, and data for 1 7 other terete 



TO - CHANGE: E INFLUENCE OF FISH SCIENCE 

re/>ce nvetv of c ^ m Flsh 5c ' e/lce and TechnotogK. Pracoccffnas r>/ f/i / 

FR40(3) ^'^"^o^^deen, Scot/and, /u/y ; 97 9. /. ;. ConneW, ed/tor. p. 9-18. 1900 (n>|iiinu:<l 



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editor. P2 4i ^"^ Mfaerdeen ' Sco(/afic/ ' ^ ' 97a * '- < 



PRODUCTS QuTun C STANDARn^ R p r" M ' E ' A V ala and Miguel Callo. [MICROBIOLOGY OF FISH 
summ. FR 40{3) > ' ANU ARDS.j Rev. Tecno/. AAment Pesq. No. 4. p. 7-20. 1991. In Spanish wilU En E 

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OrftfMlVpiMAedWM. 

02142. tel:800.759-6102 FR 40(3) {C ' lh) fr m Blackwe " Sci ' Publ " 23B Mafn St., CainlirJiigo;, 

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Review. 



. 

nidec/maHs, Ajtyanaxme^^ '" Spanish with English suriin ' FR "^> 

r(e;.pt/nctatus,andDmD(eru.:n/ ( ,m ( - Pf /| n Maxim. 



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UTILIZATION OF FISHERY PRODUCTS (Continued) 

95-006980 Eddie, G. C, PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF FISH HANDLING METHODS Advances mFjsh 
Science and Technology. Proceedings of the Jubilee Conference, University of Aberdeen, Scoiland, luly J979. ). /. 
Conne/t editor, p. 18-28, 1980 (reprinted 1991). FR 40(3) 

95-006981 GhiasUddin, Syed M. HUMAN HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT FROM CHEMICALLY 
CONTAMINATED FISH AND SHELLFISH: A NATIONAL AND STATE PERSPECTIVE, New OiiecUons i . Pftsfiade 
L^^SeS Management, and Po//cy: P.oceed/ngs of Je Jbjj J National Conference on Parades, 
November (-3, J991 Diana L Weigmann, editor, p. 758-776. 1994. FR40{3) 

|Dep. 'Environ. Manage. (IDEM), Indianapolis, IN 46206-6015. tel:31 7-243-51 85] 

95-006982 Gutierrez, Maricela and Rafael A. Bello. [STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF PRODUCING FROZEN 
MINCED FISH FROM UNDERUTILIZED SPECIES.] Rev. Tecnol. Aliment. Pesq. No. 4. p. 21-34. 1991. In Spanish 



s, Cvnoso'on janaicensis, iepo^m profundonm, "* P-, and 
Miciopogonias furnieri in Venezuela. 
osnnrom HarfHnrk R I and E I Cruz editors. GUAM TOXIC SEAWEED SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE: 

TASC^ 

FR pfflce Epldemlol. & Res., Dap. Public Health & Social Serv., P.O. Box 2816, Agana, Guam 96910] Selected 

paper indexed in the issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-006984 Liston ]. MICROBIOLOGY IN FISHERY SCIENCE. Advances in Fish Science and Technotogy. 

pfocS^ 

1980 (reprinted 1991). FR 40(3) 

qi 006985 Navarro Gerardo; Evelio Proenza; Elisa Garcia and Eduardo Gonzalez. [PRODUCTION OF 
lSl FROM SHR?MF ' HSHERY MINCED BYCATCH.] Rev. Tecno/. Aliment. Pesq. No. 4. p. 54-59. In Spanish 
with English summ, FR 40(3) 

95-006986 Secretaria de Pesca, PESCADOS Y MARISCOS DE LAS AGUAS MEXICANAS: CATALOGO - 
RECETARIO. [HSH AND SHELLFISH OF MEXICAN WATER: CATALOG - RECIPES.] Secrclana Pesca fMexico) 
519p. 1*385. In Spanish. FR 40(3) 
Data for 10.2 species. 

95-006987 Steele, John C. GUAM SEAWEED POISONING: COMMON MAR ' NE TON|. Cuam Tgrfc 
SeaweedSriefllffic Conferee: Transcript ofaC^ferenceHeWatTamunrng, Guam, Ma/29, 1992. RUtaddocfc 
andf.l Cruz, editors. Micronesica 26(1):11-18. 1993. FR 40(3) 

jMicronesian Health Study, Univ. Guam, Mangilao, Guam 9G923] 

95-0069 B 8 Thomas, Maria and Carole Engle. CONSUMER ACCEPTANCE OF CANNED ' BJGHEAD CARPi A 
NEW FRESHWATER FISH PRODUCT. Arkansas Agric. Exp. Sin. Rep. Ser. No. 328. 14p. 199.,. FR 40(J) 

(Dep. Agric., Econ. & Rural Soclol., Auburn Univ., AL 368491 

95-006989 Vallod, D. CARP PROCESSING AND MARKET ANALYSIS: A CASE STUDY IN FRANCL The Qg. 
Praceedihgi of the Second Aquacul^e-Sponsored Symposium, Held in Budapest HwmWtoptemberim. 

tractonl.FR4(3 



/an.a e ors... 

[ADAPRA (Assoc. Dev. Aquacult! Peche Rhone-Alpes), 3bis qual Chateau, B.P, 220, 69336 Lyon Cedex 
09, Francej Cypcinus carp/o. 

95-006990 Venugopal, V. METHODS FOR PROCESSING AND UTILIZATION OF LOW COST FISHES: A 
CRITICAL APPRAISAL. /. Food Sci. Techno/. 32(1 ):1-1 2. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Food Technol. Div., Bhabha Atomic Res. Cent., Trombay, Bombay-400 085, India] Data for 16 species in 
India. 

95-006991 Whittle, K. J.; I. Robertson and I. McDonald. SEASONAL VARIABILITY IN BLUE WHITING 
MICROMEStS-nUS POUTASSOU) AND ITS INFLUENCE ON PROCESSING, Advances m Fish Scrcnce and 
TecSogy ; P/oceeo'/ngs of the lubilee Conference, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, luly 1979. 1. 1- Connell, 
editor, p. 378-387. 1980 (reprinted 1991). FR40(3) 



i. A STRATEGY TO DETECT FISH DiSCARDING .N 
COMMERCIAL FISHERIES BY COMBINING ONBOARD AND ONSHORE SAMPLING. Am. F,sh. Soc. Annu. 
Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 1 54-1 55. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

IDep. Malh., Univ. Moncton, Moncton, NB, Canada E1A 3E9) Gac/us morhua in Canada. 

FR40|3) 211 



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MISC. TECHNIQUES AND EQUIPMENT (Continued) 

95-006993 Armantrout, Neil B. RIPARIAN VEGETATION INVENTORY USING REMOTE SENSING. Am. 
Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 31-32. 1994. FR 40(3) 
[Box 10582, Eugene, OR 97440) 

95-006994 Ault, Jerald S. and E. Vincent Patrick. SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION, CIS AND MARINE 
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 1 24. p. 5-6. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

lUniv. Miami, Rosenstiel School Mar. & Atmos. Sci., Div. Mar. Biol. & Fish,, 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway, 
Miami, FL 33149. lel:305-361-4884; fax:305-361-4600; e-mail:ault@5hark,rsmas.miami.edu] 

95-OG&995 Chen Ciying and Zhang Shuzhen. [A PRACTICAL INVESTIGATION ON DEMERSAL FISH AND 
DSL RHYTHMIC VERTICAL MIGRATION BY ACOUSTIC METHOD.] Mar. Sd. (Qingdao) 1994(3):53-56. 1W- 
In Chinese wiih English summ. FR 40(3) 

[South China Sea Fish. Res. Insl., Guangzhou 510301, China] 

95-006996 Cowan, ). H., Jr.; R. L. Shipp; H. K. Bailey IV and D. W. Haywick. PROCEDURE FOR RAPID 
PROCESSING OF LARGE OTOLITHS. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 1 24(2):280-282. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
(Pep. Mar. Sci., Univ. S. Ala., Mobile 36688] 

95-006997 Duston, |. A LIGHT-REFLECTANCE METER TO QUANTIFY SILVERING DURING SMOLTINO IN 
ATLANTIC SALMON J. Fish Biol. 4G(5):912-914. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Connors Bros., Lid., Aquacull. Div, Blacks Harbour, NB, Canada EOG 1 HO] Salmo safer. 

95-006998 Dwyer, William P. and David A. Erdahl. EFFECTS OF ELECTROSHOCK VOLTAGE, WAVE FORM. 
AND PULSE RATE ON SURVIVAL OF CUTTHROATTROUT EGGS. U.S. Fish Wildl. Serv. Baseman inf. Leaff. NO. 
81. 16p. 1993. FR 40(3) 

(U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., 4050 Bridger Canyon Rd., Bozeman, MT 59715] Oncorhynchus claiki. 

95-006999 Eaton, ]. G.; ), H. McCormick; B. E. Goodno; D. G. O'Brien; H. G. Stefany; M. Hondzo and R. M. 
Scheller. A FIELD INFORMATION-BASED SYSTEM FOR ESTIMATING FISH TEMPERATURE TOLERANCES. 
Fisheries (Belhesrfa) 20(4):10-18. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Ecosyst. Response Branch, Environ. Res. Lab., U.S. Environ. Prot. Agency, Dululh, MN 55804^ 

95-007000 Eiler, John H. A REMOTE SATELLITE-LINKED TRACKING SYSTEM FOR STUDYING PACIFIC 
SALMON WITH RADIO TELEMETRY. Trans. Am. fish. Soc. 1 24(2):1 84-1 93. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[Auks Bay Lab., Fish Sci. Cent,, NMFS, 11305 Glacier Hwy,, Juneau, AK 99801-862&1 Oncwhyricfiu 
Ishawyticha and O. kisutch in Aklaska and Canada. 



95-007001 Fenton, Gwen E. and Stephen A. Short. RADIOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF I3LUC 
MACRURONUS NOVAEZf LANDIAE, OTOLITH CORES. U.S. Wat/. Mar. Fish. Sew. Fish. Bull. 93(2 );39 1 !) u-. 1 ^ 9. 
FR 40{3) 

[Dep. Zool,, Univ. Tasmania, GPO Box 252C, Hobart, Tasm. 7001, Australia] 

95-007002 Hoening, John M. and E. G. Dawe. NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN CHANGE-IN-KATIO AN 
INDEX-REMOVAL ESTIMATION OF POPULATION SIZE. Am. Fish. Soc. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. I'M. p. 15 

1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1 . tel:709-772-2002) 

95-007003 Hood, C. R. And W. L. Huggins. MAFF TECHNIQUES FOR THE ACOUSTIC SURVEY OP Itl-AC 
f ISH STOCKS, 1979-82. Fish. Res. Tech. Rep. Minlsl Agric. Fish. Food (iowesto(t) No. 85. 34p. 191)7. E-R -10{3 

95-007004 Hwang, Doojin; Kohji lida and Tohru Mukai. [STABLE BOTTOM DETECTION AND Ol'TIMU 
BOTTOM OFFSET FOR ECHO INTEGRATION OF DEMERSAL FISH.) Nippon Su/san Cafclca/sW ftl( 1 1:43-! 
1995. In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(3) 

[Fac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ., Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan] 

95-007005 Kahn, W. ULTRASONOGRAPHY AS A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL IN FEMALE ANIM 
REPRODUCTION. Clinical Trends and Basic Research in Animal Reproduction: Procecclliif,s nf Jhe I. 
inleinaiionat Congress on Animal Reproduction, Trie Hague, Netherlands, 23-27 August 1 992. Sicph I I )Jt> Jem 
Ben Cohnbrandei. Peier Booman, and Tetie van der Lende, editors. An'tm. Reprod. Sci. 28(! *!): MO, 15 
FR40{31 ^ 

(School Vet Med., Univ. Munich, 8 Muenchen 22, Germany] Sp/iyrna tiburo, 



6 - F - and M. K. Harte. [PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF HYDROACOUSTIC SEN SI NCI 
STUDY OF THE ATLANTIC SALMON (SAIMO SAtAR L.) SPAWNINCJ Kim 
BY DUAL>BE AM ECHOSOUNDING IN THE MOISIE RIVER, QUEBEC.) Bull. Tr. Pfirfte Pi- 
No. 332. p. 33-41. 1994. In French with English summ. FR 40(3) 

IGroupe Environ. Shooner Inc., 5355, boul. des Gradins, bur, 101, Quebec, PQ, Canada G2J 1CU] 



FISHERIES REVIEW 



41121-195-208. 1994. In English with Polish summ. FR 40(3) 

IDep Fish, Olsztyn Univ. Agric. & Technol., .0-957 Olsztyn 5, Kor.owo, Poland] 



Environ. Pro.., Mar. Res. Inst., 1 220 Prospect St., Suite 285, Melbourne, FL 32901 1 

a^ 

O F BoxWO Nordnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] C/ UP e a tare^ In the North Sea. 
,5-0070,0 Mcunaix, Beatrice. OTOLITH PATTER ,j .AS AN AID . IK I ESTUARINE AND FL UV,AL EEL STOCK 

"^ 



56(35:737-751.1995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep Geogf., Univ. Sheffield, Winter St., Sheffield SI 2TN, England] 






and Mer/ucc/us producius in the North Pac.fic Ocean. 

,5.007013 P- U 'x, E u ge n,,MPL E MENTATiONOFANEL E C^ 

HAWAIIAN LONGLiNE FLEET. Am, fish. 5oc. Annu. Meet. Abstr.No. 124. p. 11. 19J4. I-K W 

INMR i Sou*west Reg. Enforcement, 501 W. Ocean Blvd., Suite 4400A, Long Beach, CA 90802] 

95-007014 Rubin, J,F. ESTIMATING THE SUCCESS OF NATURAL SPAWNING OF SALMON.DS IN 
STREAMS./ Fish B/o/.46(4):603-622. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[ECOTEC Environ. SA, Rue Francois Ruchon 3, 1 203 Geneva, Switzerland] 



ssss, 

52(1):139-144. 1995.FR40{3) 

[Sea Fish. Res. Inst,, Private Bag X2, B012 Rogge Bay, South Africa] 

95-0070,6 Speare, Pete, PARASITES AS BIOLOGICAL TAGS 
FROM EAST COAST AUSTRALIAN WATERS. Mar. Ecol Prog. Ser. 1 1 
[Australian Inst. Mar. Sci., PMB 3, Townsville MC, Qld. 481 0, Australia] 

1993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(3} 






Atlantic Ocean ?nd North Sea. 

95-007020 Thorne, Richard E. THE HISTORY OF HYDROACOUSTICS IN FISHERIES. Am. Fbh. Soc. Annu. 
Meet Ab&. No. 1 24. p. 112-113.1 994. FR 40(3) 

[BioSonlcs, Inc., 3670 Stone Way N., Seattle, WA 98103. tel:206-834-01 23] 

,., 1995 

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^ B r ndarBnka , lR ^ HERY ACOUSTIC SURVEYS JN 

T 6 '?'/'? 60 ' J f hno ^- Fishl ^ ami Hythim* . 
apers. E. A. Karpenko, editor, p. 42-49, 22(1. I'W, In R|, c .; t i>i 

I" Buri0n - A SINGLE-ARMED MANTMIOAHIMS AM' 

56(2):12.16. 1994. FR 40(3) ARD AND ITS USE FOR UNDERWATER SLWVIiVS. H,, r.,h " 

IF*. Resou, Sci. & Manage., Sou.h. Cross Univ, Lismore, N.S.W. 2480, Au.taliaf 



FISHERY SITUATIo7MONiTORINGr, 

Theoretical *nd P [aclica , Aspects ColectST 6 '?'/'? 60 ' J f hno ^- Fishl ^ ami Hythibkmt 

English summ. FR 40(3) ^letted P 



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LOW^ "S!r no and Charles M - Crisafull '> compilers, MC IUNT sr, i ii 

J HE 198 ER UPTIONS - AN INDEXED BHII.UH;KAV*rt 
ftw. Sen-. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNWNo.342, HJp, I'J'M.frK <l 



, 1990. 



1111 SOURCES 
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A GLOBAL REVIEW ( 1C MOKTAlin' 



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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. 

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' Box271 > ^Ha, CA 92038] 
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Consen i a ' Land M *8*J Suppl. 1 . p. 3-136. 1 9U4. IK .lll( t> 

Lonserv -& Land Manage., Wlldl. Res. Cent., P.O. Box 51 y Wiimii-nin\V A 



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RESPONSES TO CHANCJINd Mill Till US 

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MISCELLANEOUS (Continued) 

95.007033 Bouton, D. M. MANAGEMENT OF ENDANGERED, THREATENED AND SPECIAL CONCERN 
FISHES INDIGENOUS TO NEW YORK; SELECTED SPECIES, STRATEGIES AND SAMPLING GEAR. Program and 
Abstracts, The New York Natural History Conference II, April 29-May f, 1992. Gordon C Tucker, editor. N.Y. State 
Mui. Ore 54:27. 1992. FR 40(3) 

Ammocrypla peUucida, Clheostoma camurum, Percina evides, P. macrocepha/a, Prosopium cy/mdraceum, 
Acipenser /u/vertscens, and Hiodon tergisus. 

95-007034 Brown, Cathy and Ramona Swenson. TIDEWATER GOBY. In: Life on (fie Edge: A Guide to 
Caff/forraa's Endangered Natural Resources: Wildlife. Carl C. Thelander and Margo Crabtree, editors, p. 390-391. 
1994. FR40{3) , . 

[U.S. Fish & Wild!, Serv., Sacramento, CA] Eucydogobius newberiyi. 

95-007035 Uruton, Michael N. HAVE FISHES HAD THEIR CHIPS? THE DILEMMA OF THREATENED FISHES. 
miron. Btol. fishes 43(l):1-27. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Two Oceans Aquarium, P.O. Box 50603, Waterfront, Cape Town 8002, South Africa) 

95.007036 Bruton, Michael N. THREATENED FISHES OF THE WORLD: LAJIMERIA CHAIUMNAE SMITH, 
1939(LATIMERIIDAE).Em*on.0fa/. Fishes 43(1):104. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[J.L.B. Smith lust. Ichthyol,, Private Bag 1015, Graliamstown 6140, South Africa! 



01007017 Budv P- C Lueckc; W. A. Wurtsbaugh; H. P. Gross and Chad Gubala. LIMNOLOGY OF 

SMOOTH VALUED 

SALMON. Northwest Sd. 69(2):1 33-1 50. 1995. FR 40(3) , 

[Ocp. Fish. & Wild!. & Ecol, Cent., Utah State Univ., Logan 84322-521 0] Oncornynchus nerlca m the Columb.a 
River and basin. 

95-007030 mieltner, Mark; Peter B. Moyle and G. Gary Scoppeltone. SHORTNOSE SUCKER In: Life on the 
Endangered Natural Resources: Wildlife. Car/ C. The/ander and Margo Crab.ree, 



Blvd., Klamath Falls, OR 97601 ] Chasmhtes farev/rostr/s. 

Buettner Mark; Peter B. Moyle and C. Gary Scoppeltone. LOST RIVER SUCKER In: Life onthe 
le to Cafa/a-; Endangered Natural Resources: WHdJffe. Car/ C. The/ander and Margo Oab.ree, 



fftle to 

Lynnood Blvd., K.ama.h Falls, OR 97601 ] De/.is.es /uxatcis. 



^^ 

^ Oncorhynchus aguabonfia whrtei and O. my. 

Dwver William P.; Charlie E. Smith and Bruce D. Rosenlund. RECOVERY OF THE GREENBACK 
TROLn A SUCCESS STORY VWW Trouf V: W//d Troul /n the 2 1st Cenlury, a Symposium He d at 
' Ae and R. H. Hamre, ed.or, 



rou : , 

19M. Ro^er ftmh* BW SnaAe, and R. H. Hamre, ed.or, 

5 ServUsO BridgerCanyon Rd, Bozeman, MT] Oncorhynchus c/arWswmfas In Colorado. 

.^^ 

WMIfe Car/ C. Jhdander and Margo Cratree, enors. p. 326-330. 1 994. FR 40(3) 
pep Fish & Game, Red Bluff, CA] Oncor/iyncnus is/iawylscna. 



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, Bhckburn D ,,a mr , MA 0,930. 



1994. FR40(3) "' MSOU/CK Wfcffife. Car/C. Thetander and Maigo Crabtree, editors. 

IU.S. Fish & Wildl, S Bn/ , Dex. e r, 



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S^ );S ^^ WUCHO HOCHO 

. Zool. & Ecosozol,, Sbvak Acad. Sci., Dubravska c e s,a 9( M2 06 Br al islava, Slovak) 
, 52 H lmeS ' B b - SAVI ^ SNAKE RIVER'S WILD SALMON. Ne w Sci. H 6 (,974| : l.|5. 
OncorTiynchus In Oregon. 



I !i0a^^ s j h ^'^^. THREATENED FISHES OF THE WOR1D 
IMS, FR 40(3) ^UAKIENSIS (CUVIER, 1829} (PERCICHTHYIDAE). Environ. Bio!. Fbhn 4J|UH 

at " R6SOUr " Sn bs Creek Fr ^hwaler Fish. Res. Stn. & Hatchery, Privalo Dag 20, Atc,a^ 




p. 82-84. 1994. PR 40(3) 
CONSERVATION. Trap. 



FISHES OF THE WORLD: 



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95-007061 Moyle, Peter B. and Clinlon Blount. THE FRANKENSTEIN EFFECT. In: Life on the Edge: A Guide lo 
California's Endangered Natural Resources: Wildlife. Carl C. Thelander and Margo Crabtree, editors, p. 309-321. 
1994. FR 40(3) 

[Dep. Wildl. & Fish. Biol., Univ. Calif., Davis 95616] Data for 23 species. 

95-0070&2 Moyle, Peter B.; Georgina M. Sato and G. Gary Scoppettone. MODOC SUCKER, In: Life on the 
Edge: A Guide to California's Endangered Natural Resources: Wildlife. Carl G. Thelander and Margo Crabtree, 
editors.?. 368-369. 1994. FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Wildl. & Fish. Biol., Univ. Calif., Davis 9561 6] Cafoslomus microps and C occ/dentatfs. 

95-007063 Moyle, Peter B. and Dale Sweetnam. DELTA SMELT. In: Life on the Edge: A Guide to California's 
Endangered Natural Resources: Wildlife. Carl G. Thelander and Margo Crablree, editors, p. 342-344. 1994. 
FR 40(3) 

(Dep. Wildl. & Fish. Biol,, Univ. Calif., Davis 9561 6] Hypomesus Uanspadficus. 

95-007064 Moyle, Peter B. and Petrea R. Moyle. ENDANGERED FISHES AND ECONOMICS; 
INTERGENERATIONAL OBLIGATIONS. Environ. Biol, /7s/ies43(l);29-37. 1995, FR40(3) 
|Dep. Wildl., Fish & Conserv. Biol., Univ. Calif., Davis 9561 6) 

95-007065 Moyle, Peier B. CONSERVATION OF NATIVE FRESHWATER FISHES IN THE 
MEDITERRANEAN-TYPE CLIMATE OF CALIFORNIA, USA: A REVIEW. Spec/a/ Issue: Endemic Freshwater Fishes 
of the Northern Mediterranean Region Based on a Workshop at ihe Biological Station of Tour du Valat, Canwgue 
Area, France, 28 lanuary lo I February, 1993. Alain /. Crivelli and Peter S. Ma'ttiand, editors. Biol. Conserv. 
72(2):271-279. 1995. FR 40(3) 

|Dep. Wildl. & Fish. Biol,, Univ. Calif, Davis 9561 6] 

95-007066 Nammack, Marta. PACIFIC SALMON PROGRAM OF THE OFFICE OF PROTECTED RESOURCES. 
Am. Fish. Sac. Annu. Meet. Abstr. No. 124. p. 53. 1 994. FR 40(3) 

INMFS, Off. Prot. Resour., F-PR2, 1 335 East-West Hwy., Silver Spring, MD 2091 0] Oncorhyncbus nerka and 
O. Ishawytscha, 

95-007067 Reid, E. Leif. RIPPLES FROM TRUCKEE: THE CASE FOR CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT 
OF DISPUTED INTERSTATE WATER RIGHTS. Stanford Environ. Law}. 1 4(1 ):1 45-1 79. 1 995. FR 40(3) 
Oncoihynchus darki henshawi and Chasmistes cujus in Nevada. 

95-007068 Rinne, John N. and Harold M. Tyus. BONYTAIL CHUB. In: Life on the Edge: A Guide to California's 
Endangered Natural Resources: Wildlife. Carl G. Thelander and Margo Crabtree, editors, p. 360-361. 1994. 
FR 40(3) 

(US. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Tempe, AZ] Clla elegans. 

95-007069 Tlielander, Carl G. and Margo Crabtree, editors. LIFE ON THE EDGE: A GUIDE TO CALIFORNIA'S 
ENDANGERED NATURAL RESOURCES: WILDLIFE. BtoSystems Books (Santa Cruz, Calif.) 550p. 1 994. Available 
at $05.00 (cloth) and $55.00 (paper) from Heyday Books, P.O. Box 91 45, Berkeley, CA 94709. tel:5 10-549-3564; 
fax:510-549-1689. FR 40(3) 

[BloSyst. Analysis, Inc., 303 Potrero St., Santa Cruz, CA 95060-2719] Selected chapters indexed in this issue 
of Fisheries Review. 

95.007070 Wada, Lorena L L; O. Eugene Maughan and Stuart C. Leon. HABITAT USE BY APACHE TROUT 
(QNCQRHYNCHUS APACHE) ON THE FORT APACHE INDIAN RESERVATION, ARIZONA. Wild Trout V: Wild 
Trout in the 2 1st Century, a Symposium Held atYellowstone National Park, September 2 6-27, 1994. Roger Barnhart, 
Bill Shake, and R. H. Hamre, editors, p. 191-195. 1994. FR 40(3) 

[U,S. Fish & Wildl. Serv,, Ecol. Serv. State Off., 2321 W. Palm Rd., Suite 103, Phoenix, AZ 85021 ] 



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pSsslSSSTr"---" =&.SSS',;ft 

uiftin? * 1 ] 10 !r tlle num berof species in thpsp OT'inlfl'i an an H ri1l ^^! erms ' mim ker of studies siimrar'-i 
siuujes. (vianyteaturesoffislipsih3ta ra ,,^^ u. ii ".' NS " e s are decided y underrenrp;pjvu>H acci.Ki^ic (-* - 

ac mo I'lpm* L ! .' "^'n-a * UU die Unfin riFarlhr rf.\-.t n A t i ""> ^"'m-tt i*\Jt\*3ctiimi ?i al J t'tli KC j_* 

^ the large breeding tubercles of some "feffi! I St thi he? 8?^!'" ai ^ TOt "f"""^'^ dbwh | 
Perhan. ih^ i, Q , * . of published expenmental sludlos on those? lopa 

rernaps the best function of th P l, ni, w fi,u.. ; ^, ,. . ... , ^ 

lists will be to stimulate experiment.!) wscnnii dw 1 .- 

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Johnston, US.O.A, tomt ft-r.v 

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inite resource by aquacffira?!rfS Syslems Wl ' becomG evcr mcitfl c liii'jlairt 
The authors of th* b -HUdcunure and other consumptive users. 

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for aauaculhiu **,! on - V s '. ems> The chanters In Pan ifn'.,^.?^' M or pntTietry and Soils, anil II. Oc-^f 

perspective oPoDi^" ,^ oss l s from ^K 

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w^ wen illustrated throughout with S P n^ i. n l and lne ^ ta ara '^en from atfcj 

In the Introduction the auihn informative tabJes. 

feel that a different loeicmi^. h a u ( - om P r elensive set of conversion tables Is in an Apnenfo 

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Itemand, Denis and Jean-Pierre Gulf, editors. B1OMINERALIZATION 93: 7th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM 
hN BIOMINERALIZATION, MONACO - 17-20 NOVEMBER 1993. I - FUNDAMENTALS OF 
lOMINERALIZATION.Ou//. Inst Oceariogr. (Monaco) 14(1 ):236p. 1994. Available from Mus. Oceanogr. (Serv. 
jbl.), Ave. Salnt-Marlin, Monaco-Wille, MC 98000, Monaco. FR 40(3) 
Selocted papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

r, Amos and Carol Vleck, editors. DEVELOPMENT IN VERTEBRATE EMBRYOS: ENVIRONMENTAL, PARENTAL, 
ND EMBRYONIC INTERACTIONS. PROCEEDINGS OFTHEINTERNATIONAL JOINT MEETING OFTHESOCIETY 
DR EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ZOOLOGISTS, AND CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR 
OOLOGY, 9-13 AUGUST 1992, CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND, far. I. Zoo/. 40(3-4): 29 1-568. 1994. FR 40(3) 
Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

achmnnn, Roger W.; John R. Jones; Robert H, Peters and David M. Soballe, editors. PROGRAM ISSUE: 
ROGRAM AND ABSTRACTS, 14th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM, NORTH AMERICAN LAKE 
MANAGEMENT SOCIETY, ORLANDO, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 3 1 -NOVEMBER 5, 1 994. Lake Reservoir Manage. 
[2}:1 3 1 p. 1 994. Available at $5.00 (paper) from N. Am. Lake Manage. Soc., One Progress Blvd., Box 27, Alachua, 
L 3661 5-9536. lel:904-462-2554. FR 40(3) 

[Univ. Fla v Gainesville 32601] Selected abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

alvay, Gerard, editor. SPACE PARTITION WITHIN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS: PROCEEDINGS OFTHESECOND 
JTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY HELD IN EVIAN, FRANCE, MAY 
5-20, 1 993. Hydrobiologia Vol. 300/301 . 444p. 1 995. FR 40(3) 

[INRA, Sin. Hydrobiol, Lacustre, B.P. 511, 75 Ave. de Corzent, F-74203 Thonon-les-Bains Cedex, France] 
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amliart, Roger; Bill Shake and R. H. Hamre, editors. WILD TROUT V: WILD TROUT IN THE 21 st CENTURY, 
. SYMPOSIUM HELD AT YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, SEPTEMBER 26-27, 1994. U.S. Fish. WHdl. Serv. 
97p. 1994. Available at $3.00 (paper) from Coop. Fish Res. Unit, Humboldt State Univ,, Arcala, CA 95521. 
21:707-626-3268. FR 40(3) 

(Coop. Pish. RES. Unit, Humboldt Stale Univ., Arcata, CA 95521] Selected papers and abstracts indexed in 
ils issue of Fisheries Review. 

crrobl, Patrick and Pascal Poncln, organizers. TABLE RONDE INTERNATIONALE BARBUS II. PAPERS FROM 
HECOLLOQUIUM, LIEGE, BELGIUM, 6-8 JULY 1993.Bu//.Fr.PecheP/sc/c.No.334.p. 167-225. 1994. Available 

t $15.00 (paper) from Conscil Superieur Peche, 134, ave. de Malakoff, 75116 Paris, France. lel:(3JJ 
/4 5, 02. 2 0.20; faxi{33) 1/45.01.27.23. Papers in English or in French with English abstracts. FR 40(3) 

|Lab. Genome & Popul., Univ. Monlpellier II, CC 063, PI. Eugene Bataillon, 34095 Monlpellier Cedex 05, 
rancc] Individual papers indexed In this issue of Fisheries Review. 

MartU. and G. A. E.Gail, editors. THECARP.PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND AQlMCUi.TUR6SPONSORED 
YMPOSIUM, HELD JN BUDAPEST, HUNGARY, 6- 9 SEPTEMBER 1993. Aquacufiure 129(1-4);1-485. 1995. I-K 

[Lab. Ichlyol., Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat., 43 rueCuvier, 75231 Paris Cedex 05, France] Cyprinus carplo. Individual 
tapers and abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

Iromage, Niall R. and Ronald ). Roberts, editors. BROODSTOCK MANAGEMENT AND EGG AND LARVAL 
3LTALITY. BASED ON THE SECOND "SCIENCE IN AQUACULTURE" INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, 
JNIVERSITY OF STIRLING, SCOTLAND, JUNE 1992. Blackwetl Set. Ltd. (Oxford) 424p. 1995. Available at 
. 1 00.00 (cloth) from Blackwelt Sci. Publ, 230 Main St., Cambridge, MA 021 42. tel:000-759-61 02. FR 40(3} 

[Insl. Aquacult, Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] Individual chapters indexed in this Issue of Fisheries 
i evr'eiv. 

J rowdy, Craig L. and J. Stephen Hopkins, editors. SWIMMING THROUGHTROUBLED WATER, PROCEEDINGS 
DF THE SPECIAL SESSION ON SHRIMP FARMING. PAPERS PRESENTED AT AQUACULTURE '95 FEBRUARY 
I -4, 1 995, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, World Maricult Soc. 253p. 1 995. Available at $40.00 (paper) from Woria 
vlnrlcult. Soc, 1 43 J.M, Parker Coliseum, Baton Rouge, LA 70803. FR 40(3) 

[Wiiddell Maricult, Cent., Dep. Nat. Resour., P.O. Box 609, Bluffton, SC 29910] 

Zarter, Dean; Jacobo Flnkleman; Octavlo Rivero Serrano; William A. Suk; Roger Bales; Jay Candolfi; Herbert 
Drlegaj Ian Popper and Robert Varady, organizers. FATE, TRANSPORT, AND INTERACTIONS OF METALS. A 
JOINT UNITED STATES-MEXICO CONFERENCE, APRIL 13-16, 1993, TUSCON, ARIZONA. Environ. Health 
PerspectSupp/,103(1):H13.1995.FR40{3) - 

(Coll. Pharm., Univ. Ariz., Tucson 85721. tel:602-626-3977; fax:602-626-2466; e-mall:carter 
loxicphiimi.arizona.edu] Selected paper indexed in the issue of Fisheries Review. 

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Colin4.ee, Richard and Norman ). Sieverl, editors. COLLOQUIUM: WHO RUNS THE RIVER? SPONSOR. 
THE NORTHWEST WATER LAW AND POLICY PROJECT OP NORTHWESTERN SCHOOL OF LAW OFU- 
& CLARK COLLEGE, NOVEMBER 4, 1994. Environ. Law 25{2):349-424, 1995. FR 40(3) 

[Northwest. School Law, Lewis & Clark Coll., Portland, OR 97219) Oncorbynchus in Ihc<-o1urri'ii : 
Individual papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

Cornell, ]. ]., editor. ADVANCES IN FISH SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. PROCEEDINGS OF THE U 
CONFERENCE, UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND, JULY 1979. Fishing Nnvs flunks slip 
Ori&inally published 1980. Available at $69.50 (cloth) from Blackwell Sci. Publ,, 23S Matti Si-, C.an*r*-it 
02142. tel:BOO-759-6102. FR 40(3} 

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Cowx, Ian G, editor. CATCH EFFORT SAMPLING STRATEGIES: THEIR APPLICATION IN 
FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. PAPERS FROM THE SYMPOSIUM, UNIVERSITY OF HULL, UK, 2-6 Am 
Fishing News Books 158p. 1991 . Available at $27.50 (cloth) from Blackwell Sci. Publ., 2311 Main Si., 
MA 02142. tel:800-759-6102. FR 40(3) 

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Crivelli, Alain Land Peter S. Mailland, editors. SPECIAL ISSUE: ENDEMIC FRESHWATER FISI 
MEDITERRANEAN REGION - BASED ON A WORKSHOP AT THE BIOLOGICAL STATION < )1- 
CAMARGUE AREA, FRANCE, 28 (ANUARYTO 1 FEBRUARY, 1993. Bio/. Conse/v. 72(2): 1 21- .U7. 

|Sln. BioLTourdu Valal, Le Sambuc, 13200 Aries, Camargue, France] Individual papers lnili'?a 
of Fisheries Review. 



Dieleman, Steph].; Ben Colenbrander; Peter Booman and Tette van der Lcnde, editors, t: LIN ICAL T tf* 
BASIC RESEARCH IN ANIMAL REPRODUCTION: PROCEEDINGS OFTHE 1 2lh INTERNATIONAL I.U, 
ON ANIMAL REPRODUCTION, THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS, 23-27 AUGUST 19 ( J2, Anmv Wp 
28(1 -4):466p. 1992. FR 40(3) . 

[Dep. Herd Health & Reprod., Fac. Vet. _Med., Utrecht Univ., Yalelaan 7, 3504, t.L Uliw hi, 
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Haddock, R. L and E. J. Cruz, editors. GUAM TOXIC SEAWEED SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE: 
A CONFERENCE HELD ATTAMUNING, GUAM, May 29, 1992: Micronesica 26{1):1-O7. I'm. FK *H3| 
[Off. EpIdemioL & Res., Dep. Public Health & Social Serv., P.O. Box 2816, AgilM.i, <*.umn 9f.9 IU] Si 
paper indexed in the issue of Fisheries Review, 

Hagen,E. and A. Jorge da Silva, editors. DYNAMICS OF UPWELLING IN THE IO!S ARHA. StLEt:TEI>PJ 
PRESENTED ATTHEME SESSION O AT THE ICES STATUTORY MEETING, 23 SEI'TEMlirK-l < H, [OHM 
Int. Counc. Exptor. Sea Coop. Res. Rep. No. 206. 73p. 1995. Available from Int. Couuir. rxjilor. Si-JrfaJ 
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[Inst. Oslseeforsch, Seestr, 15, 19119 Warnemuende, Germany] Selected papurs iinil ii I >iit r.it. I M 
this issue of Fisheries Review. 



Harvey, Alan L, editor. ELEVENTH WORLD CONGRESS ON ANIMAL, PLANT ANO MK !<>! AL, 
AVIV, ISRAEL, 2-7 OqOBER 1994: ABSTRACTS OF PRESENTATIONS. Tox/con 33{3>:a.'iX-)r. IVK.I 
Selected abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

Hassler, Thomas ]., editor. KLAMATH BASIN FISHERIES SYMPOSIUM: PROCEEDINGS iW A SYMP 
HELD IN EUREKA, CALIFORNIA, 23-24 MARCH 1 994. Calif. Coop. Fish. Res. Unit (I tumttithh \Mf* l/n^ 
1 994. Available at $15.00 (paper) from Coop. Fish. Res. Unit, Humboldt Slate Univ., Ar<:,il.i, < A f >r* *! M. I 
Selected papers and abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. Oncor/inr/ius In t Irrjvm ,viwlC 



. . rm oop. s. es. n, umo ae ., , 

Selected papers and abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. Oncor/iynr/ius In 

S^^ iroshi; Eiichi Hasegawa; Hirokazu Suglno and Toslilo Sakamoto, convcnois. JMINI SVMP 
inr , T F* AND FUTURE OF FISHERIES IN KUMANO-NADA.l Nippon Su/fiin f r^k.iiMii Mil}:. 
1 995. Individual papers in Japanese. FR 40(3) 

IT-ac. Bioresour., Mie Univ., Tsu, Mie 514, Japan] Individual papers indexed in tliin l&suo (tf t'iihctip. 



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FOURTH NORTH AMERICAN SYMPOSIUM ON SOCIETY AND RESOURCE 

MiroivMaw^ram^-A^sfSXcTS MAY 17-20, 1992, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON, 

2. Available from Mary Miron, BOO Langdon St., Univ. Wls., 



Madison 53706. FR 40(3) . 

Selected abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

n a nW P compiler. PROGRAM AND ABSTRACTS, THE NEW YORK NATURAL HISTORY 

RV - 5 ' a ' e ^ ' rC M:58P - 1 "' FR 4 (3) 
Selected abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

i ,- m ifiurawi editors CONSERVATION BIOLOGY IN AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA: RESULT 
^ OCTOBER ' "' ' Su[fey Beatey& 5 ," s Pfy ' 

^ 

eSu De MOO., Unl, Queensland, Qld. 4072, Australial Selected papers indexed in this 
issue of Fisheries Review. 

M priltnr SEMINAR ON ECOSYSTEM APPROACH TO WATER MANAGEMENT, HELD IN OSLO, 
NORWAYl/TO 31 MAY 1991 ! lW*t F.COS.SL HeeM 2(2):65-149. .993. FR 40(3) 
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yssssssz^^ 

1993 FR40(3) 

Selected abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Rewew. 

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G RE E FQRT COLUNS( COLO RApO, 

O.^ t^ 332p 1994. Available from Human D.mens.ons 
Coll Nat. Resour, Colo. State Univ, Fort Collins 80523. FR 40(3) 
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indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

Pesca (Mexico). ,,NTER-AM E R,CAN CONFERENCE ON RESPONS 1BL E FISHING, MEXICO, D.F. ]ULY 28-29. 

1993 1 Pesca fMexicoJ 1 02p. 1 993. In Spanish and English. FR 40(3) 

DC 20001-4521. tel:202-347-2850. FR 40(3) 

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.. ara* Volker Hil B e; Anclrles ^J*$^^g5!$S*^^ 
Dai, Editors. FISH FARM EFFLUENTS ANC THEIR CONTROL IN Ec ^UUNIK = _ ^ 

WORKSHOP HELD IN HAMBURG, GERMANY, NOVEMBER 23-25, r M. I. npl*. r 

l., ,ns,. Mar. Scl., Unl, Kle,, Kiel, Germany, lndlvld u al papers Indexed , this issue of M* 



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Sale, MlcrwelJ-and Rita O.Wadlln^n,edUors.RESro^^ 

DIRECTIONS FOR WATER RESOURCES PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT. PROCEEDINGS OF EXll^tf 

ABSTRACTS FROM A SYMPOSIUM HELD IN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, 1 7-20 APRIL 1994.Am, Wa(K*W 

M [ONRL!*PO.BOT 2MB, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6036J Selected papers indexed In this Issucoffftherteifift* 

Singapore Neurosder.ee Association, organizer. SELECTED ABSTRACTS: SYMPOSIUM ON NEUROTOS 
HELD DURING THE FIRST ASIA-PACIFIC COLLOQUIUM ON NEUROSCIENCE, SINGAPORE, V 
DECEMBER 1994. Toxicoi) 33(6):713-722. 1995. FR 40(3) 
Selected abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

Somnwstrom, Sari, editor. PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE ON DECOMPOSED GRANITIC S 
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS. OCTOBER 21-23, 1992, REDDING, CALIFORNIA- Mamalh R'vcr Fh. R 
Off. Pubf,92(E-11):241p. 

Selected papers indexed in ihis issue of fisheries Review. 

Thayer, Gordon W,, editor. RESTORING THE NATION'S MARINE ENVIRON^NT PROCEEDINGS C 
NOAA SYMPOSIUM ON HABITAT RESTORATION, WASHINGTON, D.C, SEPTEMBER 25-2ft, W.* 
Grant (Cof/ege Pvk) 716p. 1992. Available at $49.50 (cloth) from Md. Sea Grant Coll., 01 1 2 Sklmier Vial 

Md,, College Park 20742-7640. tel:301-405-6371; fax:301-314-9581. FR 40(3} 
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Tucker, Gordon Creditor. PROGRAM AND ABSTRACTS, THENEWYORKNATURALHISTORY CONH 

II, APRIL 29-MAY \ r 1 992. MY. State Mus. Ore 54(1992):76p. 1 992. FR 40(3) 
Selected abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

van Rljn, Jaap, editor. ABSTRACTS OF LECTURES PRKENTED AT THE SECOND JAI'ANESB 

SYMPOSIUM ON AQUACULTURE, APRIL 17-22, 1994, KAGOSH1MA, JAPAN. Isr. ). LUlL 



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|H e brewUniv.lerusalem,Fac.ABric.,D eP .Anim,Sci.,P.O.Boxl2,Rehovot 76-100, I 

indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review, 

Vivares, C. and D. ]. Alderman, editors. PAMAQ V- FIFTH INTERNATIONAL COLLOQUIUM C JN 1'ATt 
lNMARINEAQUACULTURE.Aquacul(ureB2(1,2):182p.l995.FR40(3) ..> i, 

[Lab. BloL Prolfeles, E.U. Les Cezeaux, Bio!, A, 631 77 Aubiere Cedex, Francel Selected piiperS n 
this issue of fj'sherfes Review. 

Weigmann, Diana L, editor. NEW DIRECTIONS IN PESTICIDE RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, M , AN. A 
AND POLICY: PROCEEDINGS OF THE FOURTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PESTK.IOCS, Nt 
1-3, 1993. Va. Water Resour. Res. Cent 852p. 1994. Available at $45.00 from Publ. Scrv,, Walcr K 
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Review. 



Zoological Society of Israel, conveners. PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTY-FIRST MI-ETINC 
ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF ISRAEL, HELD AT TECHNION, HAIFA, 28-29 NOVEMBER H)O4. 



41(1)75-108. 1995. FR 40(3} 

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AUTHOR INDEX 



Aas, Oyetcln 
93-0060'tB 
95-0062'i3 
93-006244 
95-OD623S 

Ans. P. 

95-005905 

Abaci. N. 

05 -006424 

Afcnkumov, A. I. 



Abbott, Cathryn c. 

95-005910 
Aba, SyLiitl 

95-005112 
Abernethy, C.. S. 

95-006554 

Abai'Tiethy, C. Scott 
05-003631} 



AblG, K. W. 

95-0032'iG 
Abraham, V. C. 

93-004736 
Acero P. , Arturo 

95-005572 
AC.G to , H - 

95-0059U 
Aelin, Krtuarclo H. 

95-005656 
Aclieson, James M. 



Ackcfora, 11. 
95-00 'i 3 '16 
i R- G - 



9 5- 00(1739 
95-005067 
Achinati, Robert G, 

95-005060 
Acostn, Uejnndro K. 

95-006337 
Adnchl, Shluji 
' 



Adam, 

95 

95-00'i970 
AdnniB, Alexandra 

95-005739 

Adnns, C. E. 

95-OD!i't22 

Adams, F. 
93-005372 

Adams, 3. MacslmU 



AdcliHon, Biclmrd F. 

93 -DOS 860 
Adcl, Hnnal 

53-005950 
AJoiman, Ira U. 

95-00617'< 

Whiknrl, S. 

95-0059A7 

, HUo D. 
95-000295 

Aalcn. Aoaelc 

95-007009 
Agneao, Jonn-Ftancois 

95-005070 

Agra, Peter 

95-005912 
Agudo, IgnncLo 

95-006722 
Agullar', Alex 

95-006762 

Atila r Boimld G' 

95-005869 



FR 



Ahmed , H . 

95-005702 
Ahmed, S. M. 
95-00^809 
Ahne, W. 

95-005803 
Alinelt, Hatald 

95-005B26 
Alines jo, Ingrid 

95-005316 
Aho, Jolin H. 
95-005827 
Aliokas, J. T. 
95-005920 
95-00600B 
Ahrenholz, Dean W. 

95-005502 
Alda, K. 

95-0047M) 

95-004927 

Alda, Katsuml 

95-004863 

95-005060 

Akagawa, Iziwii 

95-005165 
Akamatsu, Norlhlko 

95-004936 
Akaraatsu, Tomonari 

95-006807 
Akhtar, N. 

95-006516 
Akiyama, Toshio 

95-004621 
Aku, Peter H. K. 

95-006454 
Al-Ghais, S. H. 

95-004741 
Alagurattiinarn, Srlnivasan 

95-005970 
Alaml-Durante, 

95-004568 
Alanaca, A. 

95-004396 
Alay, Faruk 
95-005657 



Helcne 



95-005913 
Albetgoni, Vincenzo 

95-005914 
Albrektsen, S. 

95-004544 
Albright, L. J. 

95-005783 

95-005867 
Aldegundo, H. 

95-005008 

95-005009 

Alderman, D. J. 

95-005728 

Aldon, E. 

95-004499 
Alekseev, F. E. 

95-005317 
Alekseeva, E, I. 

95-005317 
Alexander, G. A. 

95-005022 
Alexander, Larry 

95-006517 
Alexander, Michael C. 

95-006679 

AlEthan, .Georg 

95-006037 

All, B. 

95-004741 

Alimoso, S. B. 
95-006455 



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1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Atkire, Carolyn 
95-006049 
95-006229 
Alkon, A. 

95-004469 

Allaire, Holly 

95-0043110 

95-006305 

Allan, J. Andrew 

95-006529 
Allard, Jacques 

95-006992 
Allemand, Denis 

95-004742 
Allen, Bob 
95-005166 
95-005318 
Allen, G. R. 
95-005680 
Allen, George T. 

95-005915 

Allen, J. L. 

95-005718 

Allen, J. R. 

95-006102 

Allen, Micheal S. 

95-006050 
Allen, P, 

95-005916 
Allen, William H. 

95-004743 
Alraaca, Carlos 

95-006051 
Alraada, Vitor C. 

95-005319 
Alman, Robert J, 

95-006584 
Atmendras, J. M. 

95-004529 
Alonso, Harcelo F. 

95-005503 
Alpars, C, N, 
93-00596'. 
Alvarez-Pelliteto, 

95-005786 
Alyaln, S. A. 
95-005787 
Aroano, H. 

95-004927 
Amano, Masafumi 
95-00(1863 
95-005060 
Amanze, Dee 
95-004674 
Amaoka, Kunlo 
95-005608 
Amaral, Deborah 

95-006266 

Anatatunga, T, 

95-006723 

Carmen 
95-005805 



95-OQ5BJO 

Yutaka 
95-QQW39 



E. 



9S-003900 
5-00^022 



Anderson t Emory 0- 

95-01)672^1 
Andcranii, ,1. 7. 

95-OOiSG'j 
Anilorsou, .Inffiy ! 

9S-0055gfl 
Anderson, Hnrllyi> J ' 

OS-0040/ft 
Anderson, Ltelmrt * 



Andcraon, !i 



Andlnii, H. 



Andre, V. 

93-00'.*,// 
Amlnsn, It. 



Androw, M. H. 



Anoer, (i 



Angua, Sully 

93-mifiina 

Article, I. 

93-UClWi 
Anma, lii'ii 

95-(l01(.OH 
Antmnil, (',, 



Aoltl, Kl 
g!l-(M 
Aokl, H. 



ApplUd'H'iii. 1C I 

93<>l>CiH/ 
Apiitl, Kim viit L 

S-l-UO' 

Af, AnKin 

qft-uu' 

Anil, K. 
ja-Ilf 
Aral, Ki 

i, r-lrnly K. 



ArtloH, T. t . 
lliy 
, li. 



AUTHOR INDEX 



ciiiLt.-, J . D. 
95-0051117 
ftniiin, Y, 
95-001528 
Argent, David G. 
95-003610 
, Kay L. 



Argytou, I. N. 

9S-00'i3'i7 
Arif, H, 

95-00604(1 

Aril., KeljL 

95-006023 
Annantrai.it, Neil B. 



Amior, ('.Harles 

95-O067Q'i 
Arnanoii, Binat* 

9S-005Q73 
Acnnuil, Tntrlck H. 

95-C05993 
Ariirtt, S. K. A. 

-OOr>5'i8 
Arnold, C. U. 
95-001532 
95-GD'*Ji63 
Arnold, H. 

9rj-003917 
ATIIOUH, Andre 



Aro , AnLtl 
95-006037 

ArrUafi RQce 
91-00 f.378 

Ari'tciiea Z. , 
95-005CB2 

\rrilins, M. 



, Raul 



gO' JS. A. 

05-00621'i 
Artuna, Myfii 
95-005271 

Arllvlngton, Angela H. 
95-003 '.79 
93-006627 
Asnno, lltirotoslil 

95-00532(1 
\gnno, Konji 
95-000663 
AsRard, Torbjorn 



A as. -on, II 

95-OOft551 
AnLoaaunln. A. 



95-00^887 

Atkinson, D, D. 

05-006730 

9D-OD6H55 

Athinaoii, R. J- A. 

55-003279 

Atlantic Salmon Federation 

95-006206 

95-006207 

95-OQ620B 

At fan, Steven M. 

95-006117 
Atsuta, S. 

J5-005771 
Aisuta, ShiKwo 

95-005772 
Attramadnl i Y. 



, John E, 

95-006088 



FU 



Audet, C. 

95-00^801 
Aucr, Nnncy A. 

95-OD6215 
Ault, Jerald S. 

95-00699'i 
Auperin, D. 

95-0047^6 
Austen, Douglas J. 

95-006518 

Auatcr. Petec J. 

95-005619 

95-006841 

Austin, Milt 

95-OOV.35 

Avault, James H., Jr. 
95-004348 
95-004416 
95-004642 
Avdcev, G. V. 
95-005703 

Avenant-Oldewage, A. 
95-005828 
95-005848 
95-005659 
Avenant-Oldewage, Annemarlo 

95-005829 
Avila, E. H. 
95-00^529 
Aviles-Trlgueros, H. 

95-004367 
Avlles-Trigueros, Haccelino 

95-004678 
Avnlmelech, Y. 

95-004469 
Avniraelcch, Voram 

95-004117 

Anelrod, Herbert R. 
95-004626 
95-006519 
Axford, S. 

95-006215 
Axlet, R. 

95-005905 
Axler, Richard 

95-005870 
Ayala, M. E. 
95-006977 
Aypa, Simeona M. 

95-004501 

Ay son, F. G. 

95-004529 

Ayyar, S, P. 

95-004120 

Azar, Christian 

95-0063B1 
AzEvedo, C. 

93-005790 
Babbitt, Bruce 

95-006053 
Babey, George J. 

95-006051 
Babiak, I. 

95-004747 
Dachmann, Roger H. 
95-006055 
95-006672 
nackes, J. 

95-QO'i679 
Badran, A. F. 
95-005741 
Dad ran, Ahmed F. 

95-005731 
Bagarinao, Teodora 

95-005234 
Bagautdinov , I. I- 
95-006921 



225 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Bagge, Ole 

95-006693 
Baggerman, Bertha 

95-005321 
Bagliniere, J.-L. 

95-006576 
Bagutskaya, H. G. 

95-005659 
Balgun, ClBudio R. 

95-006456 
Bailey, Conner 

95-006056 
Bailey, II. C. 
95-0044 18 
Bailey, H. K. IV 

95-006996 
Bailey, K. H. 
95-004776 
Bailey, Kevin H. 

95-005423 
Bailey, Made I. 

95-005419 
Bain, H. B. 

95-005302 
Baird, J. H. 
95-005505 
Baled, James W. 

95-005307 
Baird, Robin H. 

95-006732 
Baiter, Allan J. 

95-OD5152 
Baker, B. Kim 

95-005876 
Baker, Bridget 

95-00<i748 
Baker, C. Scott 

95-006935 
Baker, Douglas 

95-006495 
Baiter, Edward A. 

95-006520 
Bakke, Bill M. 

95-006521 
Bakke i Oyvind 
95-005398 
Bakke, T. A. 
95-005841 
Bahos, J. 
95-004419 
95-004443 
Balasubramanlan i P. R. 

95-006362 
Baldwin, Rebecca 

95-006407 
Balebona, M. C. 

95-005732 
Bales, Roger 
95-005936 
Ballk, Suleyman 

93-005549 
Ballnt, T. 
95-006036 
95-006027 
Balkay, I. 

95-004859 
Balkay, Laszlo 

95-004970 
Ball, Joseph R. 

95^005907 
BaUatorl, Nazzareno 

95-005137 
Bain, P. H. M, 
95-004749 
95-004967 
95-00591B 



...CONTINUED... 
Balm, P. H. M. 

95-005967 
Balma, Giovanni A. C. 

95-005550 
Balogum, H. 

95-004546 

Balon, Eugene K. 

95-006303. 

95-007028 

Balouchi, A. Nozomi 

95-00636<i 
Balaeiro, Kstcbnn li. 

95-006497 
Balvay, Geeaixl 

95-005 3.7ft 
Bandln, laabol 

95-0057711 
Bandura, W. I. 

95-00633/t 
Banerjce, Subhsulru 

95-005919 
Banes, M. M- 
95-006009 
Baopraaevtkul, P. 

95-003136 
Baracco, Alan 

95-006731 
Barange, Hanunl 

95-007CH. r i 
Baras, E. 
95-005167 
95-005322 
Barbara, Rol> 
95-0067'i3 
Barbieri, Conililn 

95-005240 

Barciela, P, 

95-003009 

Bargagli, It. 

95 -01)59 52 

Bargelloni, l.ncii 

95-003074 
Barica, Jnn 

95-006't57 

Barja, ,1. I.. 

95-005819 

Barja, Junn I.. 

95-005737 

95-005777 

Barko, Joll W. 

95-0064911 
Barkova, H. A. 

95-00530?) 
Barlow, Jay 
95-006732 
95-006'.n 



Barnett, Hnr<l<l ! - 

95 - 00 (.3 7 fV 
Barnhart, lUigi'i' 

95-0060S7 
Barnhart, HORIM A. 

95-003391. 
Baron. V. !> 

95-00516H 
Barratt, Rob 

95-00469(1 
Barrolla, Wnlinr 

95-003532 
Barrett, Goiio 

95-00673^ 
Barrette, CyrllU 1 

95-00&7B1 
Barroa, Hullo 

95-0067^^ 
Barrownuuit H. -t. 

9S-00330B 



FR 40(3) 



226 



AUTHOR INDEX 



rrowa , Frederic T. 
95- 00 ft ft 3 2 
95-D04'(><i 
9S-O04465 



Jr. 



Beard, T. Douglas, Jr. 



95-0045*18 



Barry, H. J. 

95-005920 
Dart, Honey L 

05-006030 
Barl.1i, T. 

95 - 00 '< 750 
Bartholomew, Jerri I. 

93-005.78(1 
IliirLKolou, John 



Biirthnlow, Jolm H. 

95-QQ6382 
nartliovfx, J. 

95-004730 
llnrt-nLckn, n. 

95-005972 
Barton, llruco A. 

95 -00 '.731 

95-005921 
Y, 



95-005136 
Unai-fio, Zubnicla U. 

95-004421 
Dalit i Hnn 
95-00 '.680 
95-0056&0 
Battagllo, Bruno 

95-00507'! 
liattlnl, Mitjuel A 

95-005503 
Datteio, L. K. 



ClmrLos I.. 

95-0.0521.4 
bnuilflitxa, T. 1*. 

95-005B71 
BnuJin Inuccncin, 

93-005770 
Qnuar, Jdy 



1* 



RautLsta, C- 
93 -00 '.873 

Bavcco, J H. 
05-OOiG'.35 

Dny, Jospf"' 
95-00&693 



Q5-006338 
05-006522 

William IE. 
93-000209 
S. H- 
95-005111 
Hcaclinm, T. D. 
95-005075 

Ocftl, W- B- 

95-ooaoaa 
Bonmcs, Dick M. 
95-004SBQ 
R. M. 
95-00^613 
Dean, C. W. 

95-005169 
Boan, lirlk P. 
95-00*1397 



Beardmoce, J, A. 

95-004610 
Beattle. M. J. 

95-005775 
Deaty, Roy E. 

95-006306 
Beauchamp, David A. 



Bcaudoin , Michel 

95-006083 

Beaudou, Dominique 
95-005076 
OS-00630'i 
Beaulleu, Jean-Louis 

95-005328 
Beaumont, A. R. 

95-005077 
Beaiunont, W. R. C. 
95-005293 
95-005296 

Beaumord, Antonio Carlos 
95-005552 
95-005553 
Beaver, John R. 
93-006459 
95-006460 
Bechara, J. 

95-006*14 
Beck, Allan D. 

95-00*697 
Becker, A. 

95-004601 
Becker, K. 

95-00<i550 
Reason, Marilyn 

95-0068*3 
Begout, Harle-Laure 

95-005375 
Begum, G. 

95-005923 
Beiningen, Kirk T. 

95-006059 
Beitinger, T, L. 

95-006010 
Belal, 1. E. H. 

95-00*551 
Bellkov, S. I. 

95-005693 
Helk, Mark C. 
95-005256 
Dell, J. Gordon 

95-004752 
Belli Johann D. 

95-006908 
Bell, Lui J. 
95-006908 
Bell, H. A. 

95-00*681 
Bellardl, S. 
95-004552 
BeLlo, Rafael A. 

95-006982 
Bellows, Shenna 

95-00*785 
Bellusclo, A. 
95-005280 
Bellwood, David R. 

95-005*25 
Belokopytin, Yu. S. 

95-004753 
Belonger, BCian 

95-005304 

Beltestad, Arvid K. 
95-006352 



227 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Belvedere, P. 
95-004920 
Belzile, L. 

95-006414 
Ben-Dora, N. 
95-004442 
95-005085 
Benatti, Gilberto 

95-00636B 
Benazcra, Clara 

95-006068 
Bence, James R. 

95-006406 
Bendell, Barry E. 

95-006461 
Bender, Reese 
95-005160 
Beneditto, A. P. 

95-006750 

Benfey, T. J. 

95-004407 

95-005094 

95-005548 

Benfey, Tillrnann J. 

95-005015 
Bengtson, David A. 

95-004758 
Benke, Ha raid 

95-006735 
Bennani, Naima 

95-004754 
BenndorE, Jurgen 

95-006060 
Bennett, David II, 

95-005368 
Bennett, J. 

95-005792 
Ben ton, J. 

95-0064BQ 
Benton, John W. 

95-006673 
Bentsen, H. B. 

95-005751 
Bcntzen, Paul 
95-005078 
Bercsenyi, H. 
95-004562 
Berenbeym, D. V. 

95-005357 
Berenbrink, H. 

95-004755 
Berg, A. 

95-004906 
Betgc, A. 

95-005534 
Berga, Ase I. 
95-005014 
Betger, Adam 
95-006523 
Bergersen, Eric P. 
95-005031 
95-006518 
Berggren, Per 
95-006736 
95-006906 
Berghelm, A. 
95-004396 
Berglund, Anders 

95-005170 
Bergman, Ake 
95-006001 
tetRoi, Pierre 

9S-Q04573 
Berguedt, Roger A. 

95-005376 
Berkeley, S, 



Berkes, P. 

95-006246 
Herlinsky, David L. 

95-005323 
BerminBltam, Etdre^g* 

95-005680 
Bernard, David R- 

95-005377 
Bernard!, Glacocw 

95-005661 
BematchcE, L. 

95-005079 
Bernatchez, Louis 

95-005D80 
Bemdt, William 0. 

95-005959 
Bernier, Nicholas J. 

95-00500*1 
Bernoth, Eva-Mafia 

95-005802 
Berrebl, P. 

95-005076 



95-006306 

Berrebi, Patrick 

95-005662 

95-006061 

Bersadschih David 

95-004470 
Bertulio, Enrique 

95-006247 
Best, R. C. 

95-006551 
Beat, Robin C. 

95-006552 

Bettoli, Phillip w- 
95-0053'i2 
95-006300 
BBvelliimor, Mark 

95-005B72 
flGVGcldge, M. C. H- 

95-005740 
Beyer, Jan E. 
95-005504 
95-006694 
Beyers, D. H. 

95-005924 
Bgcstrand, Jens 

95-006487 
Bhakta, Kushal 

95-005912 
Bhattacharj ee , Stiarmi la 

95-005937 
Bhattacharya, S. 

95-00(1922 
Bhattacliary a , She 1 1 ey 

95-005919 
Biagi, C. 

95-003096 
Blalowas, Henryk 

95-005114 

Bianchini, M. L. 

95-004552 

95-004622 

Bianchini, Marco L. 

95-00636B 
Bianco, Pier Glare* 

95-006062 
Biber-Kleirm, S. 

95-006063 
Bidwell, Christopher * 

95-005O81 
Biegnlew3ha t A. 

95-005006 

Bielak, Alex 

95-004762 



2ZS 



AUTHOR INDEX 



BleiUaiv., K, 
95-004422 
Biciilara, Krzys/.tof 

95-004953 
BIcnK, Craig 
95-U07050 
Blllanl, R. 
95-004349 
93-004423 
9S-004'i77 
95-004756 
DUlard, Roland 

95-004706 
Cloaca, Elena R. 

95-005805 
Blrcliard, ti- F. 

95-OQS97II 
Blck.an, V. 

95-004661 
Bldts, 11. J. B. 

9 5 -00580*1 
Blra, Peter 

95-005 f< 27 
Dlro, roller A. 

95-005(126 
lUttwaU, T. K. 

05- 00 '.75 7 
Blsbat, Ciiisinvo A. 

95-00475*1 

nisliop, C. A. 
95-005505 
Q5-006B56 

Bishop, Claude A. 

95-005307 
lUgliuji, Rlcliar* C. 

95-006100 
Biswas, R. 



Illtts, Dave 

05-006737 
BJordal. Asniuul 



A. 



R "i DJorn Th. 
55-004759 
bar, S. .1. M. 
95-0053'i9 
93-005429 



53-000739 

BcV, E. A. 



Black, Edwai-d A. 

95-00'i3fl6 
Rlnck, K. Tl. 

95-003925 
Black, Nancy A. 

95-0061)20 
niockburn, John 

93-006349 
Blachett, Uoger F. 

95-OOG029 
Qlnlse, 0. 

95-004760 
Blake, M. A. 



Blako, B. V. 



fllanc, J. M. 

95-OOAHQl 
Blandon, Ivanno R. 

95-0051C2 
Blast, J. 

95 -00 '(839 
Blazer, VlcH S. 

95-003704 



Blickhan, R. 
95-004701 
95-006401 
BUnov, V. V. 
95-00635'. 
Block, Mats 
95-00493*. 
95-005017 
Bladgett, Douglas 

95-006327 
Blora, J. H. 

95-004553 
Bloomganlen, Carol A. 

95-007043 
BlounC, Clinton 

95-007061 
Blow, P. Q. C. 

95-006367 
Blumm, Michael C. 

95-006524 
Dlunt, B. 

95-005995 
Blust, Ronny 
95-005940 
Bockus , Dan 

95-005976 
Bodeanu, N. 

95-006216 
Bodl, Lorraine 

95-006525 
Boesgaard, L. 
95-005022 
Boeuf, G. 

95-004937 
Bogaard, Joseph 

95-006526 
Uogatu, D. 

95-005705 
Bogestrand, Jens 

95-006506 
Boggs, Charles T. 

95-004'i24 
Bogut, I. 



Bolilke, Eugenia B. 

95-005663 
Bohm , R . 

95-004761 

95-004855 

95-004998 
Dolaclair, D. 

95-005226 
Bojorquea Landa, Leonel F. 

95-006974 
Bolls, L. 

95-004905 
Bolivar, Ma. Edna C. 



Boll, Mattaa Guilherme 

95-004425 
Dologa, A. S. 

95-006216 
Bolster, Betsy C. 

95-006064 

95-007029 

95-007030 

95-007031 

95-007032 
Bolyard, Klmherly J. 

95-005224 
Bombace, Giovanni 

95-006740 
Bomford, Jim A. 

95-004643 
Bond, Callioun 

95-004831 



Fit 40(35 



229 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Bondad-Reantaso, M. G. 
95-00578'. 
95-005852 
Bondarenko, V. H. 

95-007021 
Bonnell, Hark A. 

95-005974 
Bonnernains , J. 

95-006741 
Eonnet, Stepnane 

95-005336 
BonotnelH, S. 
95-005102 
Booman, Peter 

95-004799 
Booms, G. H, R. 

95-003042 
Boon, J, H. 

95-005042 
Boon, J. P. 

93-006019 
Booth, Richard K. 

95-004762 

Boothe, Paul 

95-005976 

Bordas, H. A. 

95-005732 

Horde, H. 

95-004811 
Boreman, John 

95-005324 
Boreta, L. A. 
95-006742 
Borltner, Nina 

95-005437 

Borlongan, Ilda G. 

95-004555 

95-004611 

Borobia, Monica 

95-006848 
Borrego, J, J, 

95-005733 
Bocrie, William T. 

93-006248 
Boraki, Russell j. 

95-005064 
Bosakowski, Thomas 

95-004668 
Bosworth, Robert G. 

95-006065 
Bottom, Daniel L. 

95-006527 
Boudreau, P. 
95-006414 
Botidreault, Jean 

95-006601 
Bouix, Georges 

95-004763 
Boujard, T. 

95-004556 
Bourgeois, Gilles 
95-006383 
95-006601 
Bourke, Elizabeth A. 

95-005163 
Boutraaud, chloe A-F, 

95-004763 

Boutilier, R. G. 

95-004824 

95-005287 

Bouton, D. H. 



Bowers, Michael .!, 

95-004004 
Bowker, D. W. 

95-006384 
Bowmaker, J. K- 

95-005043 
Bowman Mancracti , Ann 

95-0054311 
Bowman, Hlchini.l I,. 

95-006632 
Bowman, TliDmaM K. 

95-003831 
Boxruckor, Jolt' 

95-006339 
Boycc, Jolm H, 

95-006385 
Boyd, Claude [: 

95-004'.57 

95-004644 

95 - OO/i US 
Boydstun, I;, \\. 

95-006066 
Boyer, Jnmon t.. 

93-005137 
Boyer, Marvin <<. 

95-005926 

95-005927 
Boyle, Kevin J. 

95-006651 
Boylen, C. W, 

95-006462 
Bozek, Hictiac-l A, 

95-00559S 

95-005620 

95-00632H 
Bradford, Mlclinol ,1. 

95-006529 
Graga Fillm, ,linu> Mi 

95-004430 
Braks, M. A. It, 

95-004H3H 
Bramblett, Hotmi I <j. 

95-00537B 
Brana, Foront.ltm 

95-005531 
Brander, K. M. 

95-003306 

95-005509 
flrandcr, I, no 

95-000743 
Brandt, Smplicm \\. 

95-004(136 

95-005315 

95-006386 
Branton, Hoboi'l 

95-006067 
Brattgjerd, Sintn 

95-004764 
Brauga, ChriuHnti 

95-004765 
Braum, E, 

95-005740 
Braun, J. 

95-006351 
Braunbeck, T, 

95-005917 

95-005920 

95-003930 

95-0059S9 

95-006003 

95-006031 

95-006045 
Braunbeck, Tluwti<p( 

95-006004 
Bcauner, C. J. 

95-004766 



230 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Bray, J. 

95-005077 
Brazil, Brian L. 

95-00'. 426 

Brack, Janes K. 

95-00529'i 

95-005488 

BreitburR, D. L. 

95-006695 

95-006706 

Brenner, Mark 

95-006463 
Brenner, Sydney 

95-003071 
Breton, P. 

95-004825 
Breton, Yvon 
95-006068 
BrGtschneider, F. 

95- 00683 B 
Brett, Hetty Lou 

95-005082 
Brewer, D. T. 
95-00542.9 
95-005554 
Brey, Thomas 
95-005299 
Bricknell, I, R. 

95-005733 
Bridges, C, R. 

95-004755 
Bridges, R. B. 

95-004613 
Bclcua, F. 

95-005929 
Brlerley, A. S. 

95-006821 
Brleso, I. 

95-005930 

DriBtienti, I.. 

95-DO'.946 

Brill, Richard W. 

93-004767 



95-00'i3!i8 
Urittan. Martin R. 

95-00*627 
ELrodeur, Richard D. 

95-005567 
Brodgilak, Jon K. T. 

95-006387 

99-006809 
Bromago, N. 

95-004503 

95-005136 
Ilromago, H, K. 



Btomagc, Niall 
95-00^769 
95-001770 

95-004802 



93-00/.350 

95-00*351 
Brornflge. Timothy 0. 

95-003555 

95-005&06 
Bronzi, P, 

9'5-00'i905 
Brooke, J. 

95-006217 
Brooks i 

93- 
Brooks, Daniel R. 

95-005356 

95-005830 



.. . CONTINUED.. . 
Brooks, Daniel R. 

95-005855 
Brooks, Linda 

95-004949 
Broone, Stephen W. 

95-006718 
Brouha, Paul 
95-OOi6069 
Browder, RLchacd 

95-006566 
Browdy, Craig L. 

95-005873 
Brown, Annette L. 

95-005423 
Brown, Bonnie L. 

95-006744 

Brown, Cathy 

95-007034 

Brown, D. G. 

95-005931 

Brown, David M. 

95-005507 

Brown, E. H. 

95-006469 

Brown, Grant E. 

95-005171 

95-005173 

BVOWTI, J. Anne 

95-005932 

Brown, J. G. 

95-005083 

Brown, Joseph A. 

95-004561 

95-005013 

95-005203 

95-005390 

Brown , L . L . 

95-005734 

Brown, Larry 

95-006530 

Drown, Larry R. 

95-005235 
Brown, Michael 

95-006915 
Brown, P. S. 
95-006070 
Brown, Paul B. 

95-004574 
Brown, Ralph B. 

95-006166 
Brown, Richard S. 

95-005379 
Brown, Robert D. 

95-004352 
Brown, Russell Vf. 

95-005295 
Brown, Thomas c. 

95-006639 
Brown, Thomas G. 

95-005267 

Brown, Tommy L. 

95-006076 

95-006250 

95-006531 

Browne, H. Neil 

95-006283 
Brownell, R. L. . Jr. 

95-006738 
Brownell. Robert L., Jr. 

95-006890 
Brownie, Cavell 

95-006412 

Bruce, Harry 

95-006532 

Bruce, Niel L. 

95-005831 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Bruggemann, R. 

95-005933 
Brune, David E. 

95-004646 
Brunke, Matthias 

95-006218 
Bruton, Michael N. 

95-007035 

95-007036 
Bryan, C. E. 

95-006710 
Bryan, Scott D, 

95-005430 
Bryant, Michael J. 

95-004699 

95-004700 
Buchal, James L. 

95-006533 
Buchannan, Robert 

95-006534 
Buchtiolz, F. 

95-004984 
Buchrnann, K. 

95-005706 

95-005832 
Buck, Germaine H. 

95-005992 
Bucke, D. 

95-005865 
Bucltel, Jeffrey A. 

95-006696 
Budeba, Y. L. 

95-006422 
Budy, p. 

95-007037 
Buerquett, Christopher 

95-006369 
Buettner, Mark 
95-007038 
95-007039 
Buhler, D. R, 
95-004993 
BuhVer, Donald R. 
95-004914 
95-005836 
BiUjse, A. D. 
95-006388 
Bukatin, P. A. 

95-006745 
Bulger, Arthur J. 

95-006613 
BulHs, Connie A. 

95-006110 
Bullock, Graham L. 

95-004651 
Bumbatu, s. 

93-005705 
Baaguardnet , Erltt H 

95-005162 

""nklay-VlUlMw, Lucy 
95-005707 V 

Bunnell, p. R. 

95-005744 
Bunt, D, A, 

95-006535 
Burbridge, p etec 

95-004386 
Bureau, D. p, 

95-004557 
Bureau, Jacques 

95-005942 
8teau, H. 

95-005929 
Carl V 



Burger, Joanna 

93-005400 
Burgess, G. II. 0. 

95-006975 
Burgess, p. J . 

95-005769 
Biirgner, Robert I., 

95-005336 
Burkanov, V. M. 



Burkanov, Vladimir H. 

95-006732 
Burke. D. Leslie 



95-006717 
Burke i Nancy C. 

95-005131 

95-006290 
Burke, Vincent J. 

95-006071 
Burktrordt, Randy M. 

95-0063M 
Burnett, Knren G, 

95-OQ'.BBl 
Bums, Davlil C. 



Burns h Jolin R , 

95-004.771 
Durridgc, I.. K, 

95-0043SO 
Burton, Dai-rlck T. 

55-006674 
Burton, fl. 

95-004772 
Burton, Ttjoman K. 

95-007022 
Burzawa-Gernrd, K. 



Buaclunaim, Alnja 

95-004'i03 
Buah, Albert 0. 

95-005827 
Butler, ]>avicl (1. 

95-004773 



Butler, Malcolm (J. 

95-OOC'iBl 
Dutlcr, P, J. 

95 -004 7 74 
Butler, Bobcrt w. 

95-005/132 
Bya.tt, John C. 

95-005003 
Bye, Victor J . 

95-005325 
Byers, R, E. 

95-00/.9HG 
Byorth, Pntrlrk A. 

95-000530 
Cabanas, J. 

95-005/.85 
Cabello, J. 

95-OOS637 
Caceci, T. 

93-001726 
Caceres, Crlatlnn W. 



Cada, Glenn F. 

95-006370 
Cadinouclic, Moglaril 

95-OOA773 
Cadrin, Steven K. 

95-006748 
Cailteux, Richnnt [. 

95-005<133 
Cain, Peter 

95-005172 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Calra, J. N. 

95-005835 
Calssie f D. 

95-006220 
Calssle, Daniel 

95-006383 
^Lduch-GiTiGr, josep A. 

95-00*893 
;alkin9, &arryl J. 

95-006537 
:allahan, Scan P. 

95-005508 
Calllnan, R, B, 

95-00578'i 
Calvl, Silvia Leveroni 

95-006368 
Camardella, Lauca 

95-005087 
Canpana, S. E. 

95-005509 
Campbell., !> 
95-005975 
Campbell, P. H. 

95-004775 
Campbell, Sharon G. 

95-00653B 
Campbell, W. D. 

95-004683 
Camphuysen, C. J. 

95-006072 
Campos-da-Piiz, Ricardo 

95-00566*1 

Campion, D - E> 

95-00506(1 

95-007060 

Canfield, Daniel E., Jr. 

95-006^36 
Canino, M. F. 
95-00^776 
Canino, Michael F. 

95-005423 
Cannella, Gtaclela 

95-0067't9 
Cao Jixlong 

55-'00570B 
Capirpin, Emmanual C. 

95-00593'i 
Capistcano, L. 

95-0067SO 

Carballo, H. 

95-005935 

Cardenas; S. 

95-OD5670 

Catdwell, Hal 

95-006539 
Cardwell, J. B. 

95-004777 
Carlson, D. M. 

95-006540 
Carlson, Don H. 

95-005081 
Carlaon, Douglas H. 

95-005557 
Carlson, II. Richard 

95-005360 
Carlson, Stan 



Cacmlchael, John T. 

95-00532G 

95-005392 
CaraicTiael, Richnrd W. 

95-005052 

- 005053 
Cameva.ll, 0. 

95-00^920 
Carpenter, Hillary M. 

95-005836 



Carpenter, Kenneth J. 

95-006976 
Carpenter, M. Ralph 

95-006255 

Carpenter, S. R. 

95-00587A 

95-006'i76 

Carpenter, Stephen 

95-006511 

Carpenter, Stephen R. 
95-004343 
95-005900 
95-005968 
95-006022 
95-006363 
Carrillo, H. 
95-004503 
Carroll, Joe 11. 

95-006679 
Carson, J. 

95-006176 
Caras, D. N. 
95-004353 
Carter, Bernard 

95-005558 

Carter, C. G. 

95-004778 

95-004900 

Carter, Dean 

95-005936 

Carvajal C., Guy 

95-006977 
Carver, Sue 

95-006846 
Casal, G. 

95-005790 
Caaalca Fuentea, Joae R. 

95-006249 
Casarez Borbon, Francisco 

95-0062'i9 
Casey, John G. 

95-005522 
Caslincr, Robert C, 

95-005559 

Cassani, John H. 

95-00/1340 

95-006305 

Caasclman, J, M. 

95-005307 
Caaselman, John M. 

95-005327 
Cassidy, Glonn 

95-006286 
Cassau, A. -I. 
95-00657B 
Castell, John D. 
95-004752 
95-005035 
Caati.Ha, Aurora M. 

95-006751 

Costonguay, Martin 
95-005328 
95-005621 
Caatro, H, 

95-005743 
Castro, Hilda 

93-004406 
Catacutan, H. R. 

95-004558 
Catalina, Lee 

95-004427 
Catel, J. 

95-005807 
Cattaneo-Bortobi, Ghlslaine 

95-005076 
Caux, P.-Y. 
95-005875 



FR 40(3) 



233 



1993 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Cavanagh, Julie 

95-006068 
Cazabon, Dave 

95-004369 
Cazorla. Andrea Lopez 

95-006765 

Cccli, Joseph J. 

95-004903 

95-004904 

Cech, Joseph J., Jr 
95-004625 
95-004779 
95-004780 
95-004792 
95-004915 
95-004925 
95-005000 
95-005065 
95-005339 
95-005939 
Celli, D. C. 
95-004885 
Centonze, F. 
95-004920 
Cerda, j. 

95-004428 
95-004503 
Cerqueira, VInicius n 

95-004518 
Chabanet, p. 

95-006073 
Chabanet, Pascals 

95-005381 
Chaber, Jerzy 

95-006044 
Chacko, V. P, 

95-004831 
Chadwick, Michael 

95-006541 

95-006753 
Chakraborii, Phuljhurl 

95-004781 
Chakraborty, Anindita 

95-005937 
Chamberlain, Charles B. 

95-006465 
Chamberlain, Georee 

95-004354 



Chamlsh, Barry 

95-004355 
Champl gn6ulle 

95-006301 
Chan, Jeffrey fi 

95-006542 

95-006603 
Chan, King Hing 

95-005124 

95-005938 
Chan, s. L. 

95-005997 
Cton, W.-K. 

95-005096 
Chandler, owym L . 

93-00623Z 
ang, John P. 

95-004956 
angeux, T 
^ 95-005560 
Changeux, Thomas 

95-005561 
Chant, Lorna A, 

95-006432 
Chao, Julie 

95-00*978 



Chao, Lee 

95-004970 

Chapman, D. V. 

95-003252 

95-003253 

95-003396 

95-00&31S 

Chapman, It. J, 

95-005580 
Cliapon, r, H. 
95-006617 
Chardine, Joint 

95-0066'i6 
Chardon, H. 

95-00/.731 
Charles, A. T, 

95-00 w:>9 
Charles, AiHIumy T. 

95-006074 
Chattels, llervp 

95-004649 
Chattorjeo, Unlay 

95-005D37 
Chatters, I., M, 

95-004* M 
Chaudlmrl, Clill.cHd 

95-005071 
Cheah, Sin llmrk 

95-001/.B6 
Chen dying 
95-OOfi99!i 
Cfien Hnnahenn 

95-004310 
Chon, H. 

95-004429 
Chen, Jing-Slinii 

95-004459 
Chen, I,o-clmJ 
95-00^356 
Chen, Mel-Jlim 

95-00'.607 
Chen, Hi 

95-035968 
Chen, ShiiHn 
95-00^0^7 
Chen, V. 

95-005237 
95-006369 
Chen, Yong 

95-005301 
Cheng, Chriaiojiluir II. K. 

95- 005 1Z t, 
Cheng, P.-w. 
93 -005 2 89 
Cherfag, N, D. 
95-004/142 
95-005085 
95-005066 
Chaster, A- J. 

95-00*351 

Cheung, Paul 

95-005791 

95-005933 

ChiayvnreesnJJfi, Jniimen 

95-005752 
Chiba, A. 

95-001966 
Chin, J. C. 

95-0057B4 

chinabut, S. 

95-005785 

Chittenden, Hark K. , .Jr. 
95-005238 
95-005329 
Chiu, S. Y,, 
93-006452 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Olivers, Douglas P. 

95-005171 

95-005173 

95-005174 

95-005175 

95-005176 
Chaat, J. II. 

95-004767 
Chai, Heekyoung H. 

95-005939 
Chang, Kea-Chai 

95-004504 
Choongan, C. 

95-004533 
Chou, Chiti-Hing 

95-005794 
Chou, Ronee 

95-004357 

95-004505 
Chouinard, G. 

95-005509 
Choulnard, G. A. 

95-00*753 

95-006855 

95-006856 
Chouinard, Ghislain 

95-006992 
Christensen, David L. 

95-006363 
Christensen, Villy 

95-006694 
Chrlstenson, Dan 

95-007040 
Christiansen, R. 

95-004559 
Christie, W. J. 

95-006075 
Chraan, T. 

95*004523 
Chu. Ellen W, 

95-006543 

95-006754 
Chua, T, E. 

95 -.00 6 291 
C huang , Ken g - y u an 

95-004514 
Chung, Peter 

95-004978 
Churchward, A. S. 

95-00&544 
Glarajnolla, Maria 

95-005087 
Cichra, Charles E. 

95-005926 

95-005937 

CiGCGSZkO, A. 

95-0047B4 
Clereszka, AndrzeJ 

93-004360 

93-004762 

95-004783 
Ciereszko, R. E. 



Cipriano, Rocco C. 

95-005733 
dabby, Catherine 

95-005738 
ClaSbome, James Q. 

95-004783 
Clapp, D. P. 

95-005229 
Clark, Donald S. 

95-004561 
Clark, Richard D. 

93-005397 
Clark, Stephen II. 

95-006728 



Clarke, D. 

95-006545 
Clarke, Thomas A. 

95-005562 
Clarke, W. Craig 

95-004786 
Clarkson, Robert W. 

95-006546 
Clements, K. D. 

95-004787 
Clifton, Kenneth E. 

95-005434 
Cloe, William W. Ill 

95-005435 
Cloern, James E. 

95-006704 
Clonts, Howard A. 

95-004366 
Cloud, J. G. 

95-004832 

95-004833 
Cloiitman, Donald G. 

95-005876 
Clugston, James P. 

95-005653 
Clyde, Victoria L. 

95-005834 
Cocca , Ennlo 

95-005087 
cochran, Philip A. 

95-004684 

95-005239 

95-005304 

95-006547 
Cochrane, Donald P. 

95-006376 
Cochrane, K. L, 

95-006922 
CockcroCt, V. G. 

95-006290 

95-006755 

95-006756 
Cockcroft, Vic 

95-006294 
Cody, Terry J. 

95-006710 
Coe, James H. 

95-006757 
Gofer, Larry H. 

95-003665 
Cohen, Andrew N. 

95-006219 
Culm-Lee, IU chord 

95-006548 
Colbourne, Eugene 

95-006738 
Cole, Jonathan J. 

95-006363 
Cole, Katlileen S. 

95-005177 
Colo, R. A. 

95-006390 
Colo, R, G. 

95-006759 
Colcman, G. 

95-005736 
Colcnbrandcr, Ben 

93-004799 
Colgan, Patrick W, 

95-006012 
Collarea-Pcreira, Maria J. 

95-005088 
Collares-Poreira, Maria Joao 

95-005089 
Collier, John A. 

95-004646 



FR 40(3) 



235 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



ColUghan, R. J- 

95-005736 
Collin, Shaun P. 

95-004788 
Colllngwood, N. 

95-004969 
Collins, C. H. 

95-004364 
Collins, L, Alan 

95-005519 
Collins, H. C. 

95-005358 
Collis, Ken 

95-006306 

Coloso, R. H. 

95-004371 

95-004558 

Coloso, Relicardo H, 

95-004555 
Colt, John 

95-004648 
Comas, H. A. 
95-001426 
Comhaire, Stefan 

95-005940 
Compean Jlninez, Guillenno 

95-006181 
Condrey, Richard 

95-006391 
Cong le ton, James L. 

95-004921 
Conlan, K. 

95-006102 

Conley, R. A. 

95-004789 

Conlon, J. H. 

95-006220 

Conlon, J. Michael 
95-005041 
95-005049 
Conlon, Michael 

95-006262 
Connell, D. W. 

95-005973 
Connell, J. J. 

95-006978 

Connelly, Nancy A. 

95-006076 

95-006250 

95-006251 

Connor, Larry 

95-005433 
Conover, D. 0. 

95-006446 
Conover, David 0. 
93-005090 
95-005631 
95-005650 
95-006696 
Coiwver, Robert J, 

95-006760 
Conroy, Janet 
95-005123 
wee, Hainon j, 
W -006393 
nlor, Craig R, 

91-005178 
**-rta*, Bernardo 



"-OW776 



<X*. P. 
W-WH37T 



Caoley, Paul H. 

95-005513 
Coon, Ttiornaa G, 

95-006520 
Coonan, Tin 

95-00606'. 
Caop&r h Willinni E. 



Coote, G. 

95-004B2& 
Copes, Pnrzivnl 



Coppock, 

95-0059135 
Corcnern, JuvLcr 

95-00676.1 

95-0067&2 
CortUQcn, Javier I'r*nr. 

95-0067&3 
Corkett, Ctu-iH 

95-006703 
Corn, Roliart. l 1 - 

95-006307 
Cornelius, Fiuyd 

95-00533/, 
Corrazc, (i. 

35-00'i556 
Gorraao, Gennvl cvm 



Correia, Stovwii .1. 

95-006710 
Corsollnk, ft. 

95-fl05992 
Coasina, A. K. 

95 - 001 B BO 
Cos son, J, 

93-004349 

95-00 Vi77 

95-0017SO 
Costa, WlloLin .1. K. X- 

95-00366& 
Costnntlnlr M- Lot lulu 

95-003436 
Cote, Isabella K. 

55-005 3 60 
CottitiQlifim, Kntlnjin I.. 

95-000301 
CauKlilnn, Unvlil J. 

95-005Q7fi 
Couillard, Crtllioilna K. 

95-0059*2 
Courtonny, Slrvn 

95-OD&0'.! 
Courtonny, HlnwiEi t', 

i>5-00590'. 
Courtoiwy, Wrtlior K., Jr, 

95-C0630H 
Cousins, K. I.. 



Covoncy, H- K. 



Covey, Dnuglnti f>- 

95-OOOHH1 
Covlcli, Ainu P. 

95-006077 
Co-wan, J. II. , Jr. 

93-006096 
Cowjt, 1. G. 

95-OQ6O7l 

95-OOG212 
Cawx, Inn U. 

95-006253 
Coyne, Roolo 



Coz-Rakavnc, it. 
93 -00'. 791 



236 



AUTHOR INDEX 



C tat tree i Margo 

95-007069 
Crabtree, Roy E. 

95-005330 
Craig, James L. 

95-006156 
Craig, Steven 

95-006550 
Ccain, Bradford R. 

95-006306 
Cramb, G. 

95-005032 
Crane, Mack St. J. 

95-005802 
Crawford, Maurice K. 

95-005391 
Crawford, Steve 

95-005433 

95-006690 
Creed, Carolyn 

95-00676'i 
Crispin, L. 

95-005091 
Crespo, Enrique A. 

95-006762 
Cfspo. Enrique Alberto 

95-006765 
Cresswell, Frances P. 

95-006333 
Cclm, L. K. 

95-004349 
Cripps, S. J. 

95-004358 

95-004396 
CrlsafulU, Charles M. 

95-007023 
Ceisman, Thomas L. 

95-0061(59 

95-006473 
Crisp, D. T. 

95-005296 

95-003309 
Crivelli, A. J. 

95-005411 

95-D06675 
Ctlvelli, Alain J. 

95-0055G3 

95-00556/1 

95-006079 

95-006310 
Crocker, Carlos E. 

95-004792 
Crockett, Alan 

95-005976 
Crockford, T. 

95-OD4B20 
Crc-sby, Micliaal P, 

95-00669? 
Cross, F. A. 

95-006351 
Cross, Garey M, 

95-00530'. 
Cross, Thomas F. 

95-005163 
Cross, Timothy K. 

95-0064.66 
Cross{nan ( E* J. 

95-005141 
Crozior, H. W. 

95-fl04404 
Crimp ton, J. E. 

95-006*179 
Cruz, K. J. 

95-006983 
Cruz, E. M. 
95-004506 



Crycr, M. 

95-006393 
Csengeri, I. 

95-004562 

95-004595 
Gsizmadia, Cs. 

95-005092 
Cuellar, M. 

95-005935 
Gulf, Jean-Pierre 

95-004742 
Cunning, D. F. 

95-005084 
Cunmina, D. D. 

95-006246 
Cunjak, U. A. 

95-005548 

95-005850 

95-006230 
Cunjak, Richard A. 

95-005622 

95-006383 

95-006560 
Cunningham, George K. 

95-005240 
Cunningham, J . R . C . 

95-004793 
Cunningham, Kenneth K, 

95-006297 
Curran, Stephen 

95-005835 
Currens, K. P. 

95-004412 

95-00<i995 
Currens, Kenneth P. 

95-006080 
Curric , Suzanne 

95-005038 
Currier, Thomas P. 

95-006748 
Curry, Barbara K. 

95-006820 
Curtis, Gary L. 

95-006475 
Curtis, Lawrence R, 

95-005836 
Curtis, M. A. 

95-005710 
Cusack, R, 

95-004*107 
Cussac, Victor E. 

95-005503 
Cutrin, Juan M. 

95-005737 

95-005777 
Cyterski, Michael J, 

95-005532 
D'Antonlo, Mauro 

95-00'i79'i 
D'Aoust, Brian G. 

95-005877 
da Silva, Joao Horaii'a Forreira 

95-004430 
Da Silva, V. M, F. 

95-006551 
da Silva, Vera 

95-006552 
Dabrowski, K. 

95-004553 

95-004784 

95-004897 
Dabrowski, Konrad 

95-004560 

95-004782 

95-004783 
Dagorn, L. 

95-006894 



FR 40(3) 



237 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Dahl, Stephanie K. 

95-005131 
Dahlberg, Michael 

93-006B23 
Dahlheim, Marilyn E. 

95-006971 
Dally, J. P. 
95-006070 
Dalbey, Steve 

95-004795 
DaUlorph, P. H. G. 

95-006467 
Dale, G. 

95-005284 
Dallas, C, E,. 
95-094818 
Dal ley, E. 

95-005649 
Dalley, E. L. 
95-005565 
Dalno, R. A. 
95-005709 
Dalpadado, Padmlnl 

95-005437 
Daly, J. G. 

95-004796 
Dana, D. 

95-005706 
Daniels, R. A. 
95-004685 
95-005354 
95-005510 
95-006553 
Banks, J. A. 
95-001645 
Datm, Snarl 

95-006204 
Dann, Sharl L. 

95-006254 
Dannevlg, D. H. 

95-005806 
Danzmann, Roy 0. 

95-005097 
DaosuUio, Suchote 

95-006109 
Daral, Gholamreza 

95-005815 
Daral, H. 

95-004384 
Dauble, Dennia D, 

95-006554 
Davidson, I. 
95-004778 
Davidson, Kevin 

95-004762 
Davles, Brlony 

95-004769 
Daviea, Ian 

95-004386 
Davis, Anthony 

95-OOM56 
1vl, D. Allen 

S5-004S63 

I>1*. Datryl w. 

9S- 006676 



95-OM830 
t. I. 



Steven H. 



Day, Alison 

93-004359 

Day, l>avltl M, 

95-005520 

95-005539 

Day, John W. , Jr, 

95-006221 

95-00669B 

95-006699 
Day, tf, 

93 -004 7 71, 
Day, Troy 

95-003093 
de Almeida Llmi, u, 

9S-OOI-.79T 
de AnJrado, Dal. lo Hkjr 

95-004430 
de Andrade, H. OnlUic-t 

95-004797 
de Andres, Victoria 

95-004024 
de Biluinn, HCH<H>H f! - 

95-OOG304 
de Boer, P. 

95-005122 
de Croutt, rmii.i 

95-004796 
de Ita, Co Ha 

9S-OOG979 
de la Fit on I c , .hi (in 

95-006355 
de la HOIID, J. 

95-004557 

95-004RQ1 
de la Rose Cnl Ir^..!, E-; 

93 -0037 3 B 
Da Mctrio, , 

95-005525 
de Pinna, Hnrl f:. <'.. 

95-0056^7 
De Robert, Aftnei 

93-OOQ30H 
de Souza, Joao lloili^N^ 

95-004430 
de Wet, I,. I-E. 

95-005543 
de Wet, L. P. 0. 

95-005943 
Deacon, Gcog 

95-0045CO 
Deady, Sandtu 

95-005(33 '/ 
Dean, J. M. 

95-005529 
DeAngellti, It, I.. 



. 0. 
"-M7M1 



'S-OMS31 
*, V, K, 



DeBloia, K. H, 

95-005173 
Dedov, S. H, 

95-00540(1 
Dee ley, M, A. 

95-005094 
Degtyarevo, M. C. 

95-005408 
Deinatadt, John H. 

95-005253 
Deitner, R. A. 

95-006390 
Dekker, WHlcm 

95-006677 
Delanay, L, J, 

95-005744 
Delano, Anno H. 

95-007023 
Delftno, R. L. 

95-006436 



236 



AliTIIMll INHKX 



Agnail", M. 

. 004692 

. 004820 

fors, Clnus 

-005180 

nda, Medina N. 

-004507 

g, RoborL I. 

-006790 

tlev, V. N. 

-004450 

1, Christian 

-005*63 

B, Donald F. 

-OOfiSIifi 

9, 1'. H. 

-003749 

iw, N. I). 

-005102 

U, Aiiflclo 

004431 

on i J. 

-O0575'i 

tt, DonnlB Slngli 

-005647 

MIX, P. 

00607.9 
cdlno, It. 
-006468 

rdlna, Hni'c I). 
-005095 

;|,, 11, HiUtum IU 

-009087 

ij, K. V. 

-004430 

-004604 

ay, Prnnk 

-005903 

i, B. II. 

-004775 

005096 

;i, RoborL II. 

-003003 

jso, I). 

004373 

aa, Dennis 

006339 

IB, Dunn In II. 

005261 

-005640 

00667(1 

A. 



Dick, JntnoH It. 



I'. 



006984 

, Ktdmol It. 

005579 

r, c. 

004825 

i I'. 

004372 

into, A. 

006493 

talc, Anumlo 

006706 

isco, Ciuldo 

005087 

Shfthor 
004*17 
nil, Jaroil 
-003366 
i Jornfls R. 
-003397 

Jriba, Juni\ (i, 
00331! 

C. 
006007 

Pfltiln 
004406 



Ith'kluiir, Willtiui W. 

yri-Doiinay 

IHc Iciimn , SI I'pll .1 . 

'J r i"0(W/V ( J 
l)liurl<:li, Wi I I! imi ]; 



l)M,niiL, Mitt'l In N. 

JIMKK.'. II 

vn-III)'.! 1 . Hi 
1)1 1 1 , l.uvM'iinrn M, 

V'l-dll'IMO't 

llilll, Allllli'W II. 

men ',u 



IliM, 1)1 Illll 

Qi-ditft'ir/ 

llU, (II hin ,1. 
yVIKIfifiUi 
lllK'ill, IH>viifly A. 



ltlH>iii, I', i;. 



lUxini, Diiunltifi A. 
'Jl-lltlfi'i.'!/ 

11(11 Illl!]!!!, l.llltl 

yi-imrntj/i 

lliii-kniy, .1. .1. 



'Jt-llllfillll 
Dmlrlll, ,Inu 



Ihiihnin, H, V. 
l JtllllMU1 

DltllHWIU III, .'I. .1. 



1111ft VU 



llnlrtl , Krt. I, until 1 I, 



tlillllU, ( 



llixniny, C. 
99 "1)067 69 



FR 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Don Chapman Consultants, Inc. 

95-006559 
Donaldson, Carol Lee S. 

95-005619 
Donaldson, E. 
95-005030 
Donaldson, E. M. 

95-005096 

Donaldson, Edward H. 
95-004360 
95-005003 
Donaldson, Terry J. 

95-004720 
Dong Jinhai 

95-006203 
Donnell, Robert 

95-005834 

Donovan, G. P. 

95-006738 

95-006770 

Donovan, Gregory P. 

95-0068B9 
Donovan, Nicholas S. 

95-004435 
Dorazlo, Robert M. 
95-005332 
95-006700 
Doroshov, 5. I. 
95-004418 
95-004436 
95-005050 
Doroshov, Serge I. 
95-004625 
95-004877 
Dosanjh, B. 

95-004860 
Dosanjh, B. S. 

95-004613 
Dosanjh, Bakhshish S. 

95-004580 
Doadat, An to in e 

95-004649 
Dotsu, Kasei 
95-005516 
Daucett, Richard R, 

95-006560 
Douglas, David R, 

95-006673 
Douglas, John W. 

95-007053 
Doving, Kjell 

95-005181 
Doyle, Miriam J. 

95-005567 
Draud, Matthew J. 

95-005182 
Drennan, Douglas 

95-004647 

Drennan, Douglas G. II 
95-004650 
95-004659 
Drew, Stephen C. 

95-006771 
Drokin, S, I, 
95-004800 
Dropkin, D. S, 

95-004851 
Dropkin, David S. 

53-005459 
Drorl, S. 

95-003061 
Du Suit, Harle Henrlette 

95-005439 
Cube, Jean 

95-006083 

Dubols, J. p. 

95-005335 



Duhois, Joan [>, 

95 -005 3 3 & 
Duclerc, J. 

95-0067a'i 
Dudov, V. 1. 

95-006410 
Due, T. T. 

95-003710 
Ducck, I.ncy A. 

95-005097 
Duff, Doniild 

95-006141 
Duffy, HiiHm- (}. 

95-OOfi4!H) 
Dufour, V. 

95-006(17:1 
Dugathin, [,ne Alum 

95-0031H:i 

95 -005 17 
Duis, K. 

95-00.'i74(t 
Dulcic, Jnkov 

95-00329H 

95-003:111 
Dumas i lleii'U'iiiul 

95-OOKOH3 
Dumas | Miclutl li< ,1, 

95 -DOS 191 
Dumua, S. 

95-OOAflOI 
Duncan, Align n 

95 -00656 1 
Duncan, Null 

95-001770 
Duncan, Null .1- 

95-oonnoa 
Dunicr, Murltil 

95-OOS94D 
Dupouy , ][, 

95-OOC772 
Duprco, II. 

95 - 00', 'i 17 
Duray, MnrlaliH N, 

93-00/tnOH 
Durhnm, Will! inn K. 

9S- 00.19 4 6 
Duston, .1. 

95-QO/ 1 .'10<J 

9S-00/iHO:i 

95-0069 9V 
Duttit, 0. [(. 

95-00.1947 
Duttn, II. H. 

95-005947 
Dwyer, Willliiin ]', 

95-00/il)0'i 



9S-00690II 

95-007041 
DykovA , I . 

95-005797 
Dzuba, H. 11, 

95 -00'. BOO 
Kales, J, 0, 

95~00/il)60 

95-003023 
Eamos, Mnrk A. 

95-OOfi562 
Earle, Mlcluiot 

95-006773 
Eaton, J. 0. 

95-006441 

95-006999 
Eaton, Robot' 1. l 

95-00/t 005 
Eby, L. A. 

95-006469 



FR 4.0(3) 



240 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Lisa A. 



,L- 
he lberger, Herbert E. 



G. V. 
.95 -0064 69 
tek *>ardt, R. A. 



LCD natnldis, P. S. 

,, ^5-006084 

Md *, G. C. 
95.-Q06-93Q 

ncrn, Gerald K. 
95-O05B78 



95-007044 

Tin 
95-Q06470 

Ml ng. E. H. 

95-00*479 

sDn h Jim 
95.-GQ6504 
Edwards, Careen 



, S. W. 

95-006H72 
Syuzo 
95-005814 
a, n. H. 



er, John H. 
9S- 007000 
as, J. C. 
95-O05B63 

ouc, David J. 
35-005663 
lcr, Ronald 
9S- 00591 B 
ler, Ronald. 



ELssa, I. A. H. 

95-0057*1 
EMund, Anne-Marie 

95-005039 
, Ckiund, Hel W. 

95-DOA575 
El Gharbi, Salwa 

95-005843 
Ei - Ashm.wy, Ibrahein M. 

95-005965 
El-Barina, R. 



95-00^565 
El-Enbnauy, Monn 

95-005950 
EL-Ilabback, H, A. 

95-OQ4726 
El-ltaselb, Abet 

95-005965 
El-Jabl, N. 

95 -06220 
El-Jabi, Nasair 

95-006363 
El-Menyawe, Soheir M. A. 

95-005787 
El-Neklawy, El. M, 

95-005977 
El'^ahr, Camllle 

g3 -005836 
Elder, John, F. , Jr. 



E id ridge, Maxwell D. 

95-005339 
Elef thetiou, A. 

95-00*376 



Elger, H. 

95-00/ ( 69'. 
Elgcr, Harlles 

95-OQ'iGB7 
Eliaa, Jaroslav 

95-004628 
Ellasaen, R. 

95-004396 
Elizur, A. 

95-005069 
Elliott, Diane G. 

95-0057A2 
Elltott, J. M. 

95-006395 
Elliott, Michael 

95-006694 
Elliott, N. G. 

95-004688 
Elliott, Hick 

95-005105 
Ellis, Anthony E. 

95-005759 

95-005780 
Ellis, J. U. 

95-0052'i2 

95-005333 
Ellis, Maria J. 

95-006530 
Ellner, S. 

95-004522 
Elo, Karl 

95-005009 
Elorduy-Garny, Juan F. 

95-005512 
Elvira, Bcnigno 

95-006085 
EmaUa, Arnll C. 



Emel'yanovo, N. G. 

95-004689 
Emelynnova, 0. V. 

95-0050B6 
Emerctli, I. V. 

95-004806 
Ernri, M. 

95-004869 
Enrtrcson, C. 

95-004961 

95-005820 
Endter-Wnrta, Joanna 

95-006774 
Encll, H. 

95-004346 
Energy & Resource Advocates 

95-006563 
Enger, P. S. 

95-004745 
Engle, Carole 

95-006988 
English, An con 

05-004377 
Epifanlo, Joint M, 

95-006744 
Eplor, P, 

95-004422 
Epler, Piotr 

93-004963 
Epperly, S. P. 

95-006351 
Epplo, A. 

95-004807 
Epstein, Franklin II. 

95-006015 
Erdahl, David A. 

95-004804 

95-006998 



PR 40(3) 



241 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Erickson, Daniel L. 

95-006353 
Eriksen, J. R. 

95-006366 
Erklnaro, Jaakko 

95-005099 
Eckoyuncu, Ibrahim 

95-006001 
Escaffre, A.-H. 

95-QO/.566 
Esquivcl-Herrera, Alfonso 

95-004480 
Esquivel-Macias, Carlos 

95-006972 
Essler, Haralit 

95-005184 
Esteky, A. A. 

95-004474 

95-006364 

95-006365 
Estermann, R. 

95-004559 
Esteve, Consuelo 

95-005805 
Esteves, Katharina Eichbaum 

95-005440 
Estevez, J. 

95-004808 
Etim, Lawrence 

95-005299 
Etter, Marianne 

95-006747 
Evans, B. J. 

95-006554 
Evans, Betty 

95-006689 
Evans, Betty J, 

95-006688 
Evans, D. 0. 

95-005623 
Evans, David 0, 

95-005469 
Evans, Geoffrey T. 

95-006396 
Evans, R. Paul 

95-005145 
Evelyn, T. P, T. 

95-005734 

95-005783 
Evenscn, Oystein 

95-004764 
Eves, Anita 

95-004439 
Evseyenko, s, A. 

95-005669 
Ezura, Yashin 

95-005816 

95-005821 

95-005822 
E"i, I. A. 

95-005925 
Tabrlzlo, Kary c. 

95-005323 
Fckelman, p a ul a 

95-003191 
Facoo, J, 

95-005807 



Faith, Danlet P, 
95-000086 

Falcon! , A. 
95-004311 

Falk, K. 



F. A. 
9S-004809 
**, A, 

. 95-003963 
Falna, g, 

95-OOW35 



Fan Yunzhco 

95-004310 
FAO of tha UN 

95-004301 

95-004162 

95-004440 
Fargo, Jeff 

95-006910 
Farias, Guslnvo 

95-004B12 
Farls, A. 

95-005732 
Farmer, H. J. 

95-005'i29 
Farrell, A. P, 

95-00*1766 

95 -00'. 790 

95-00'tflll 

93-00'B60 
Forrell, Anitwny V. 

35-00^836 
Fasola, Mnuro 



Fataili, 11. 

95-QQ5741 
Fatima, I. 

95-006046 
Fauconncnn , Dcnol I 

95-00456U 



93-004B10 



Fed lor, Anthony J. 
95-0060Q7 
95-OOflZ96 

Fedorov, V, V. 
95-00536B 
95-005509 
Fedrlghlni, N 

95-005350 
Feiller, Ritlinul 

95-00/^27 

Foist, Grant 

95-OD4B14 

Faldmoth, C, 

95-007030 

95-007031 

95-007032 

Falix, Adoifn 

95-003'. HI 

FollK, FoL-fttn1o 

95-00677.1 

93-000301 

Felley, JnnoM fi. 

93-005570 
Felt, Lawrence 

95-006770 

Felt, Lawmiicfl f . 

95-00677G 

95-000777 

Feltlian, M. J. 

95-005442 
Fenton, Gvon K. 

95-007001 
Fenwick, J. G, 

95-00^813 
Fenwick, James (!. 

95-0050'.5 
Ferguson, II, W. 
95-001882 
93-005753 
95-00573'i 



242 



Million 1NDMX 



i( . 

Ferguson, II. W. 

95-U05 76 'i 
Fc r B1 isiin, Jolm W 

95-0063 VJ 
Ferguson, " tllpl1 



FerniLn, Armaniln C. 

93-l)(Will 
roraantln". Cnrlim 

95 -006 ft 7 3 



j,' e rnfliiil/.-l.ll-' I 1 . 
()5 -DO') HH 



Fon'nt, Itlfluu'il 

'>ri-IK)fi'i7 
Fclclio, :l"ll"l'll I*- 

yi-tH)/.IKlH 
FftwInBii, l.cini 



Floltlii, lldlntl'l 1). 

n-iuiaimn 

Flnsl, liraul 



unoian, A. 

9S-1W5IM'J 
pctiHi, K*tll|ii' 

M-OUItHH 
iulliolt, Hcoll I,. 



Fliullny, (',. 

DI-mKdllCi 
Fliullny, Muytl T. 

9S-(106'J11 
Finis Micllitot I.. 

f>S"04H17 
Fliikli'imm, ,1nilt 



i, I), ,t. 

<JS- 005964 
Flnlnytinii, Ctu'll* 

W- 01)6 7 79 
Plnlay, Leo 

9S-0046W 



Finn, Jiimcfl K. 
95-OQ'(690 
M- 000 '(6ft 



rinn , John 

93-005303 
l-'liti-ulll, Patricia H. 

l )5-[)06835 
I'li-Ui. J, N. M. 

'JS-005B79 
t'lnchcr, A. 

<J5-00'i909 
I'laiilinu, S. A. 



iluu 1 ! t'nink 

'jri-0070'.a 



IMtiluir, WllUnm I., 

9 S- 00669 a 
l''ll./niu'iilil, Shannon 



K. i.iic 

9ri-00(i(l()fl 
l/lni|tli, (iiu-y It. 



, H. H. 

ia 
rj 

Fll|ml.clik, Hart.ln S. 



Fl I'/iiliWMiu , .1. Ml 

')'!-OOfi r )fi'. 
Fll.'/.iilimmii, ,h)lin 



Klvi'lutnili Svclliiuift 

9 'I -00 '('tOO 
t'lvi'H, Julio H. 

9!i-00!lft37 
F|tH'ii, H. It. 

9!l- It 1)462 't 
Klujntiann, M. 



n -0051,7,6 

.).-!>. 

9!)-OOr)746 

1 , ClIl'Ll!) II. 



Floliln*. Pftl.i'lcln A, 
'i61.fl 

i 1 . tiny w, 



9!)-<)067f(0 
, ,1. 

M-OOVJfti 

OHCll, AlllHl 

95-00!i:i HI 

, Hlc-lmnl W. 
-003033 
U- A. 

*J!t-004!17f) 
l-'ldtrliar, Jnnms K. 

9,1-006357 
VltMilltiH', It. l(in 

05- 00 3 2't 
Khutrcn, W, I.. C. 

93-004479 
Kllk. (i. 

95-OOftfll3 
Fllohn, A. 

93-006 16'. 
Floras fioto, ennui 1 

99-00960!) 



HI 40(11} 



34 1 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Fluck, R. A. 

95-004736 
Fluck, Richard A. 

95-003051 
Focardi, s. 

95-005952 
Focken, U, 

95-00(1550 
Fogllzzo, A. M. 

95-005911 
Faley, Patrick 

95-004481 

95-004662 
Folmar, L. C. 

95-005102 
Fontaine, Pierre-Michel 

95-006781 
Fontenelle, G. 

95-006399 
Foott, J. Scott 

95-005711 

95-005712 

95-005729 
Ford, Larisa A. 

95-005735 
Ford, Timothy 

95-005953 
Forkey, Neil 5. 

95-006565 
Forney, J, L. 

95-005445 
Forney, John L. 

95-005647 
Foragren, Harv 

95-006089 
Fortina, R, 

95-004622 
Foster, Daniel G. 

95-00696B 
Foster, H. 

95-004571 
Foster, Michael S. 

95-006916 
Fonda, M. H, 

95-005571 
Founder, Alain 

95-005041 
Fouz, Helen 

95-005770 
Fowler, Jennifer 

95-005224 
Fox, C. J. 

95-005589 
Fox, William W. , j r 

95-Q06782 
Fraga, S. 

95-005446 
Fraidenburg, Michael E. 

95-006783 
Fralle, Benito 

95-004677 
Francis, George 

95-006202 
Franco- Sierra, A 

95-005786 
Francour, p. 

95-006784 
Frank, K. 

95-006938 
Frank, K. 7. 

95-003638 
r "nk, Kenneth T 

95-006661 
Franks, Rebeca 

93-005572 
Franklin, C. E. 

95-004820 



FR 40(3) 



Franz, D. R. 
95-006795 
Franz, Richard 

95-005573 

Franzin, W. G. 

95-005083 

95-005533 

Franzin, William G. 

95-005513 
Fraser, 0. f, 
95-Ofl538*i 
Fraaer, Douglas F. 

95-005447 
Fraser, H. H. C. 

95-005415 
Frasar, Neil H, C. 

95-005385 
Frechet, A. 

95-006856 
Fredenbe rg , Wade 

95-004804 
Freedman, B. 
95-006177 
Freedman, Bill 

95-006786 
Freeman, Mary C, 

95-005386 
Freitas, Christine 

95-005689 
Freitaa, J. C. 

95-QQ5954 
French, John R. P. 131 

95-005448 
Frenzen, PeLer M, 

95-007023 

Frey, B. J. 

95-004H94 

95-004821 

95-006034 

Friedland, Kevin 

95-006934 
Friedlander , Alan 

95-006258 
Fritsche, Rgina 

95-004976 
Frita, Lowell 

95-006,407 
Frolkinn, J. A. 

93-006787 
Frome, Michaal 

95-006090 
Fronans, Erik 

95-007009 
Frye, Mary R. 
95-006095 
Fryer, R. J. 
95-006395 
Fu, Y. 

95-0045-12 
Fuentes, J. 

95-005008 
Fugelli, K, 

95-OOA854 
Fujiki, Hasaru 

95-001935 
Fujimori, Osacnu 

95-004709 

Fujimoto, M, 

95-004822 

Fujimoto t Shi 

95-00^936 
Fujimura, R. W. 

95-005964 
Fujita, Kiyoshi 

95-004691 
Fujita, Toshihiko 
95-005387 



244 



AUTHOR INDEX 



tada , Y . 

95-Q05027 
Kuda, Hideo 

95-OQ5H13 
mi dome , M. 



Kunislii, Katsuhlto 

95-004723 
Ksht>, Kunihiko 

95- OO '+837 

ilLcm. David C. 

95-OOG091 

95-00&239 

illoii , Edward 

95-QQ&372 
jruGss , R . W. 

95-00678B 
jirulclil, Hasayukl 

95 -0045 14 
Livukawa , K. 
95-004740 
urut-n, Sliln-lclii 

93-005026 
uscller , Linda 



'uas , Ilowartl 
95-005407 
yl lingcn, 1. 



Kofi 



&5-Q04823 
Dafny, S. 

55-0064/6 
. Saris 



95-OD&/177 
Gnggorn, A. 

g5-0057't3 
Cfalahtlonova, A. I. 

95-005300 
Gale, Ullll^ini I.. 

93-001819 
Gales, Rosemary 

95-QDQBS7 
CitkuLtL, t'ctlro M., 

qS-OOSH'tO 
Call , fi^ A. E. 

05 -001 '.23 
Gnllauglicr, P. 



95-OQ'i8G.O 
GnlloBo, L. 

95-00*1 'SB 
GallcgulUos, Ul cnrdo 

9fi -005138 
Callo, Miguel 



Gnllcway, Jomns 

Q5-OD5903 
Galxln. !* 

95-OOC073 
GctmpQrl< A. K- 

05-00102'! 
Gandlno, C. J. 

95-006502 
Gandolfl, Jay 

95-005930 

Charles 



naln, It. SJ. 
95- 001513 
Peter 



Gacay, Esporanza 
95-005805 



Garcia-Ayala, Alfonaa 

95-004708 
Garcia- Vazquez, E. 

95-005132 
Garcia- Vazquez, Eva 

95-005103 
Garcia, Ellsa 

95-006985 
Garcia, L. Ha. B. 

95-004529 
Gacdiner, Rosa 

95-006398 
Garman, Greg 
95-006566 
Garman, Greg C. 
95-005435 
95-00549'! 
Gamier, P, 
95-004825 
95-004991 
Garrott, Jnmea W. 

95-0053B8 
Garrldo-Ramoa, M. A. 

95-005670 
GaBCO, L. 

95-004622 
Gascon, 0. 

95-006053 
Gaacuel, D. 

95-006399 
Gasith, A. 

95-00647Q 
Gasith, Avital 

95-006477 
Gaakln, David 

95-006906 
Caspar, Rezso, Jr. 

95-004870 
Gasper, Don C. 

95-006240 
Gas ton, Kovln J. 

95-006195 
Gaayukov, P, S. 

95-006400 
Gaud In, P. 

95-005489 
GaugllU, Erich J., Jr. 

95-004575 
Gaugush, Robert F. 

95-006450 
Gauldie, R. W, 

95-004826 
Gaument, Frederic 

95-004649 
Gauvin, Charles F. 

95-006092 
Gavatls, S, 

95-006856 
Qavnria, Strntis 

95-006789 
Gcnrin, Patrick J. 

95-OOC790 
Gelilmnl, . 

99-006401 
Gehnrlch, Stephen C. 

95-004837 
Goist, David R, 
95-005389 
95-006194 
Golineou, A. 
95-004556 
Geluar, Milan 

35-005826 
(ielwlck, Francos P. 

95-005559 

George t P- J- 

95-006246 



FR 40(3) 



245 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



George, S. 

95-006016 
Gerard, P. 

95-006093 
Gerdeaux, D. 
95-006260 
Gerl, G. 

95-004441 
95-0011692 
9S-004B2B 
Gerking, Shelby D. 

95-005449 
Geraev, V. 1. 
95-006402 
Gerseva, V. V. 

95-006402 
Gershanovich, A. D. 

95-004B29 

Gerstung, Eric 

95-007040 

95-007045 

95-007046 

Geurden, Inge 

95-004573 
Ghadessy, F, J. 

95-005104 
GhiasUddin, Syed M. 

95-006981 
Ghosh, Tap an K. 

95-004623 
Giaever, H. 

95-005133 
Gibb, Alice C. 

95-0051B5 

Gibbons, J. S. 

95-005986 

95-005987 

Gibbons, W, N. 

95-003694 
Glbbs, James P. 

95-006267 
Gihatson, D. J. 

95-006220 
Gibson, D. M. 
95-004711 
Gibson, N. 

95-007025 

Gibson, R, N. 

95-005279 

95-005450 

Gilbert, Alphonse H. 

95-006261 
Gilbert, Denis 

95-005328 
Gill, R. A. 

95-004940 
Gllles, Sylvain 

95-005070 
Gillet, C. 

95-005335 
Gillet, Christian 

95-005336 
Gillian, J. F. 

95-005384 
Gilliara, James F. 

95-005447 
Gilligan, Matthew R. 

95-006791 
Gillls, Anna Maria 

95-006567 
Gillis, Darren M. 

95-006792 

Oilman, B. A. 

95-006507 

Gilmoro, Janet C. 

95-006478 



Gllroy, Deirdre 

95-004369- 
Gilthorpe, Jonathan 

95-005071 

Ginserich, W. H. 

95-005718 

95-005744 

Ginter, Jay J. C. 

95-006793 
Giorgctti, S. 

95-005773 
Giovacchini, Pietro 

95-005468 
Gippel, Christopher J. 

95-00656B 
Giraud, P. 

95-005807 
Gitsclilag, Gregg R- 

95-005906 

Giul'badamov, P. S. 

95-006410 

95-006B24 

Gjfcdrem, T. 

95-005745 

95-005751 

Gjikmiri, L. 

95-006791 

Gjaen, II. M. 

95-005745 

GJasaeter, Harald 
95-005453 
95-006795 
Glass, Gary E. 

95-005899 

Glass, RonaLd J. 

95-006094, 

93-006133 

95-006283 

95-006')53 

Glechner, Regina 

95-006569 
Glotte, J. 
95-004544 
93-004961 
Glogowski, J. 
95-004747 
Glova, Gordon J. 

95-005186 
Glynn, P. J. 
95-004969 
Gobalet, Kenneth W. 

95-005574 
Gotldard, Sally V. 

95-005419 
Gocldard, Stephen J. 

95-004561 
Godin, Joan-Guy J, 

95-005187 
Godwin, W, F. 
95-00647D 
95-OQ64SQ 
Godwin, Walter F, 

95-006459 
Gofus, J. E. 
95-00574* 
Gogolewaki, R. [*. 

95-005784 
Gokaoyr, A. 
95-ooeor9 

Golani, Daniel 

95-005666 
Gomelaky, B. I. 

95-004442 

95-0050H5 

95-005086 

95-005106 



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AUTHOR INDEX 



Gomelyuk, V. E. 

95-005. r >75 
Gomes, Manuel C. 

95-Q06B02 
Cornea, K . 

95-00494B 
Gon, Ofer 

95-005671 
Gong, B. 

95-004860 
Gonzalez, Alia 

95-005100 
Gonzalez, Edunrdo 

95-006985 
Gcmznlcz i Fidclina 

95-005657 
Gananlez, Hauricio 

95-00/ifll2 
Goodall, R. TJ. P. 

93-006796 
Goodcill, R. Natalia P. 

95-006797 
Goodgnrao-TlUf L. S. 

95-00(1016 
Goodnu, B. E. 
95-006999 
Good re au i l.ou 

95-0067-98 
GO-OS, H. J. T. 

95-OOriO'tG 
Gu]ial, Krishna 

95-005953 
Uoclimiin, Aubrey 

95-005012 
Uoediip S. 

95-00 '.'t!9 
95-0044'! 3 
55-005092 
95-OG511B 
Gordltm, A. D. 

93-006149 
Gordon, H. S. 
95 r 006962 
Core, Jomoa A. 

95-006799 
Goren , H . 

05-006476 
Goixmflo, Tliomns K, 

95-006468 
Gamy i W. 



95-004010 
93-004620 
Corr, S. V. 

95-OOG3BO 
Cocthivar, Albrocht 

95-005C06 
Coryninov, A. A. 

9S-006570 
GotcoitnB, Vytonis 

95-005390 
GottHJ, LBiC 

95-006571 
Uatou, Taknnobu 



Gottschnlki John 

95-006095 
Gaudoy-Perriere, F. 

95-00*4825 

95-004991 
Gouilie, Cheryl A. 

95-00*1830 
Gould, Alex 

95-005071 
Go wen , R . J . 

95-004363 



Gowen, Richard 

95-0043B6 
Goyke, Andrew 

95-0063A2 
Graefe, Alan R- 

95-006269 
Graff, Delano R. 

95-006096 
Graham, Charles R., Jr. 

95-004831 
Grant, Alan L. 

95-004574 
Grant, R. R. 
95-OOf ( B24 
Grau, E. G. 

95-004919 
Grau, E. Gordon 

95-005064 
Gravning, Jolm 

95-004547 
Gray, Robert H. 

95-006236 
Grayson, T. H. 

95-005861 

Great Northern Corporation 
95-006572 
95-006573 
Greeley, M. S., Jr. 

95-005999 
Green, David H. 

95-006311 
Green, Richard F. 

95-005337 
Green, Trellis G. 

95-006097 
Greene, Joseph C. 

95-005974 
Greene, Richard W. 

95-005880 

Greenlee, A. R. 

95-004832 

95-004833 

Groenway, Margaret 

95-006701 
Gregg, Kurtls L, 

95-006800 
Gregory Power 

95-006885 
Greif, Nancy 
95-007047 
Grewe, Peter H. 

95-005105 
Grler, Harry J. 

95-004771 
Griffin, B. R. 

93-004364 

Griffin, D. 

95-005638 

95-006938 

Griffin, Mark E. 

95-004574 

Griffith, J. S. 

95-005178 

95-005253 

95-005396 

95-006331 

Griffith, Jack 

95-005624 
Grigg, Richard H. 
95-003881 

Grillaa, P- 
95-006675 

Grimes, C. D. 

95-003246 
Grimes, Churchill B. 

95-006584 



FR '(0(3) 



247 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Crimea, David 

95-005882 
Grimes, Paul J. 

95-005292 
Grinm, A. S. 

95-005*183 
Critters, Scott A. 

95-006343 
Groberg, W. J. , Jr. 

95-005BOS 
Grobler, D. F. 

95-005956 

95-005957 
Grolet, 0. 

95-005489 
Groom, Martha J. 

95-006329 
Groat, C. 

95-005247 
Croat, Erick P. 

95-004834 
Gross, H. P. 

95-007037 
Gross, T. S. 

95-005102 
Grossman, Gary D. 

95-005391 
Grost, Richard T. 

95-006574 
Graves, Phillip A. 

95-006575 
Grunlna, A. S. 

95-005106 
Grunwald, Cheryl 

95-006043 
Grutter, Alexandra S. 

95-005188 
Gu, Hong 

95-005625 
Gualtieri, H. 

95-004441 

95-004B2B 

Guan Jinzang 

. 95-005265 

Gubala, Chad 

95-007037 
Guenot, J. 

95-005807 
Guerln-Faublee, Veronlque 

95-005746 
Guerrero, Rafael D. Ill 

95-004444 
Cuichet, R. 

95-005451 
Chilian, G. 

95-005007 
Cuillaume, Jean 

95-004586 
Guillen, George 

95-006702 
Guindon, Kathryn Y. 

95-005514 
Gun'kovshy, S. A, 

95-005338 
Gunn, J. H. 

95-005148 
Gunn, John H. 

95-005626 
Gunnarsson, Gunnar S. 

95-005014 
Cunther, K.-D. 

95-OQ45B3 
Gupta, H. V. 

95-004487 



Gutierrez, Carmen 

95-00582* 
Gutierrez, J. 

95-004929 
Gutierrez , Joaqulm 



Gutierrez , Harlcela 

95-006982 
Gutrauter, Steve 

95-006340 
Haase, Ben 

95-006S01 
Habibi, Hamid R, 

95-004953 
Hacmanjek, H. 

95-004791 

95-005030 
Haddock, R. L. 

95-006983 
Hady, Maha M, 

95-00456;-. 
Hacdricli, Ricliartl L. 

9S-0068{)2 
Haeseker, Steven L. 

95-005326 

95-005392 
Haessig, Polly A. 

95-OOS555 
Haffray, P. 

95-005109 
Ilagans , Danny 

93-006658 
Hagedorn, Mary 

95-005189 
Ha gen , E . 

95-006803 
Hagler, Michael 

95-006773 
Hagler, Hicliael El, 

95-OOGQ04 
Ilaide r , Wo 1 f gang 

95-006182 

95-006262 

95-006471 
Hainea, Terry A, 

95-005893 

95-005910 
Hains , John J. 

95-006679 
Hair, Jay H. 

95-006008 
Hakoyama, Hiroslii 

95-005393 
Ha lama , L . 

95-OOA695 
ilaley, Nancy 

95-007048 
Haley, Thomas J. 

95-005958 
Hall, Charles A. S. 

95-006221 

95-006698 

95-006699 
Hall, H. J. 

95-005107 
Hall, John R. 

95-006373 
Hall, L. H, , Jr. 

95-006576 
Hall, ten 

95-004746 
Hall, Lenwood 

95-006566 
Bailey, D, J. 

95-005452 
Halliwell, D. B, 

95-005627 



FR 40(31 



AUTHOR INDEX 



...CONTINUED 
tlalliwaU, D 
95-006099 
Kalver, John E. 

95-005063 
Km, David 

95-006849 
Ham, Kenneth D. 

95-004835 
HaiMckova, J. 



B. 



95-0051.26 
llamada, Moritsugu 

95-004926 
Haniaguchl, Katsunori 

95-006805 
Ilamatsu, Tomonori 

95-0053i-.il 
Hamdani, S. II. 

95-004891 
Hamman, Roger 1. . 

95-007049 
Hawrair, Taina 

95-006037 
Harrmer, C. 

95-00571(10 
Harvmill, Mike 0. 

95-G067J31 

Hampton, Ian 

95-007015 

Hamtre, R. II. 

95-006057 

Han, Kyung-nam 

95-U045L4 
Han an, DoyLe 
95-006732 
Hailke, W. 

95-00-1761 

95-004855 

Hankin. David G. 

95-006421 

Hanklns, Joseph A. 

95-004651 

95-004663 

95-004666 

llannlnen, Osmo 

95-006011 
Han a en, Michael J. 

95-006312 
JIansen, Michael M. 

95-00510Q 

Hanaeti, Tom 

95-001759 

95- 0030 14 

ICanson, J. Mark 

95-006606 

Hanson, Murk A. 

95-005628 

95-005629 

95-006481 

Hanson, Peter J. 

95-006702 
Han sg en, Robert J. G, M. 

95*004890 
Hanason, Sture 

95-006433 

Hara, Akihiko 

95-004944 

95-0058(19 

llatbcrg, Hark C. 



Harbotne, Alastalr R, 

95-007011 
Itardie, P. 

95-006220 
Harding, Garetli C. It. 

95-006760 



Hardy, R. W. 
95-004613 
Hardy, Ron 

95-004547 

Hardy, Ron W. 

95-004580 

Hardy, Ronald W. 

95-004575 

95-004983 

95-005063 

Hardy, Thomas B. 

95-006582 
Harcl, H. 

95-004531 

95-004543 

llarman, W. N, 

95-006482 

Harmelln-Vivien, M. 

95-006784 
Ilarmelin-Vivlen, M. L. 

95-005394 

Harmelin, J. G. 

95-005394 

95-006784 

Haro, Alex 

95-006374 
Harpaz, 5. 

95-QO'<576 
llarpman, Davitl A. 

95-006100 

Harpster, Kelly L. 
95-006223 
95-006224 
Harrell, Reginal M. 

95-005157 
Harris, C. C. 
95-006377 
Harris, J. E. 
95-005861 
Harris, S. A. 
95-004577 
Harrison, H. 
95-005452 
Hart, John 

95-006957 
Hart, P. J. H. 

95-005428 
Hart, T. F. 

95-006703 
Harte, M. K. 
95-007006 
Hartleh, Christopher F, 

95-006313 
HarUnan, Gordon F. 

95-005267 

Harttnan, Kyle J, 

95-004836 

95-005515 

95-006386 

Harvey, Alan L. 

95-004837 
Harvey, H. II. 
95-005237 
Harvey, Harold H. 

95-005301 
Hasegawa, Eiichi 

95-006832 
Hasegawa, Sanaa 

95-004852 

Hasegawa, Yoshlhisa 
95-004863 
95-005060 
Haskard, K. 

95-004688 
Hasain, S. 
95-004543 



FR 40(3) 



249 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Hassler, Thomas J. 

95-006101 
Has to in, T. 

95-005727 
Hastings, Philip A. 

95-005672 
Hatakeyama, Yoshiml 

95-006807 
Hatanaka, Takashi 

95-006808 
Hatch, Upton 
95-006404 
Hatfield, Christine L. 

95-004575 
Ifatta, Hajlme 

95-004935 
Hattala, Kathryn A. 

95-005332 
Hattori, Akihiaa 

95-005190 

95-005249 
Hauck, C. 

95-005930 

95-005959 

95-006045 
Haug, Tore 

95-005453 

95-005474 
Haukenes, Alf II. 

95-004405 
Haury, J. 

95-006578 

95-006617 
Hauzcrova, L. 

95-004750 
Haverland, Timothy J. 

95-0066BQ 
Hawkins, S. J. 

95-006102 
Haya, K. 

95-004398 
Haya, Kats 

95-005960 
Hayakawa, Tocnoko 

95-005340 
ftayase, Shlgeo 

95-006808 
Hayashi, Amane 

95-003516 
Hayashi, H. 

95-004515 
Hayaahi, Y. 

95-004578 
Hayashizaki, Ken-ichi 

95-005517 
Hayes, Benjamin R. 

95-006667 
Hayes, Daniel B. 

95-005576 

95-006405 

95-006483 

95-006809 
Hayea, Justin 

95-006229 
Hayes, S. 

95-005302 
Haynes, G. M. 

95-005589 
Haynes, James H. 
' 95-006484 
Haywick, D. W. 

95-006996 
Hazel, J. R. 

95-005056 
Hazon, N. 

93-004845 



. ..CONTINUED. . . 
Hazon, N. ' 

95-005032 
He, Xi 

95-006363 
He, Z.-Y. 

95-004778 
Healey, M. C. 

95-005250 
Hoard, William R, 

95-005231 
Heath, Alan G. 

95-005961 

Heckmann , Hi chard 
95-005713 
95-005809 
95-005839 
Heegaen, Henk J. L 

95-006072 
Heft, Alan 

95-006328 
Heggberget, Tor O. 

95-005398 
Ileijmen, P. s. 

95-004838 
Heirabuch, Douglas R. 

95 -0065 9 ft 

Heinen, John H, 

95-004651 

95-004652 

95-004665 

95-004666 

Helbie, J. A. 

95-005593 
Held, John W. 

95-005528 
He If man. Gene S. 

93-005454 

He If rich, Louis A, 
95-004341 
95-005028 
Hella, K. D. 
95-005020 
Hellou, J. 

95-005962 
Helser, Thomas E, 

95-006405 
Hcmdal, Jay 

93-004516 
Henandez-CruK , A . 

95-004811 
Henderson- Arzapnlo, f\. 

95-004997 
Henderson j Marilyn (I. 

93-004914 
Henderson, R. J. 

95-004849 
Henderson , VQ man 

95-004693 
Hendricks, Jerry D. 

95-005836 
Htndrickson, Lisa 0, 

95-003576 
Hendry, K. 

95-006102 
Henley, Douglas T. 

95-005577 
Henneck, J. 

95-005B7D 
Henny, C. J, 
95-006681 
Henriksen, Jim 

95-0066/t6 
Henry, Mary G, 

95-005477 

Hensley, Dannie A. 
95-005578 



FR 40(3) 



250 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Hensley, Valentine I. 

95- 0055 78 
Hentschol, H. 



HildTn, Hikacl 



Hentschel, Hartmut 

95-004687 
Hopler, Kelly R. 

95-005177 
llerbst, Jennifer 

95-004472 
llerbst, Regllndls 

95-005470 
Herczeg, Bryan A. 

95-005906 
Herendcen, Robert A. 

95-OQ633fl 
Fleirke, H. II. 

95-006010 
Hernandez Alarcon, Alejandro 

95-00"457<> 
Hemandez-Garcia, Vicente 



ilerra, T, 

95-005530 
Harreta, G, A. 

95-003673 
Kerrera, M. 

95-0052'.'. 
Herrcra, Mercedes 

95-005243 
Iferreros, J. 
95-005839 
Herrmann, Hark 

95-006811 
Hcrzig r A. 

95-005228 
Hess, David L. 

95-004 BB9 

Hegselberg, Robert J. 
95-005900 
95-006022 
Hcsseldenz, Thomas F, 

95-006530 
He stand, Rue S. Ill 

95-006292 
lleynLng, John E, 
93-006732 
95-005812 
IliekUy, P. 
93-006324 
95-00654 '* 
HLJaa, A. 

95-005138 
Eliecs, Wesley 
95-0062 SB 

a, Diane 
95-006B13 
lliggins, M. 
95-005792 

s, Paul S, 
9S -0063 29 
Itlggs, D, 
95-00'iB60 
D- A. 
95-004613 

i Dave A. 
95-00'i3BO 
Higlitower, Joseph E. 
95-005312 
95-00532* 
95-005392 
95-006406 
Ililden, Hikael 

93-003486 

llllderbrand, Robert H. 
93-00622'i 



Ililge, Volker 

95-004386 

Hill, Loren G. 

95-006279 

95-006505 

Hill, Hark T. 

95-007050 

Hill, Tracy D. 

95-005430 
Hillman, T, W. 
95-005252 
95-005253 
95-005395 
95-005396 
95-005456 
95-006298 
95-006314 
95-006315 
95-006331 
Hines, Gene A. 

95-004445 

Hiney, Maura 

95-004369 

Hinrichs, David 

95-004401 

95-004662 

Hirano, Tetsuya 

95-004B52 

95-004833 

Hirata, H. 

95-004517 
Hirata, Hachiro 

95-004535 
Hirayama , Nobuo 

95-006264 
Hirethota, P. 
95-006502 
Hirohashi, Masato 

95-005517 
Hirota, Nozomu 

95-004S96 
Ho, P. H. W. 
95-004845 
Hodgson, James R. 
95-005457 
95-006363 
Hod son, P. V. 
95-005962 
Hodaon, Peter V. 
95-005621 
95-006005 
Hoeger, U. 

93-004909 
Hoeningi John M. 

95-007002 
Hoe Be, H, Dickson 

95-006684 
Hoffman, Annette 

93-004377 
Hoffmann, Annette 

95-005630 
Hoffmann, Erik 

95-006694 
Ho Eva, Jean C. 

95-004805 
Hogascn, Helga Rachel 

95-004840 
Huh, Kuan-Hong 

95-005778 
Hohn, Aleta A. 

95-007024 
Holanov, S. H. 

95-005209 
Itolcih. Juraj 
95-007051 



FR 40(3) 



251 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Holcomb, Brady D. 

95-006450 
Ho Id way, D. A. 

95-005920 

95-006008 
Hole, R. 

95-004392 
Holland-Bartels, Leslie 

95-004690 

95-006464 
Holland-Bartels, Leslie E. 

95-005579 
Holland, Marjorle H. 

93-006579 
Holland, Stephen M. 

95-006263 
Hollcbecq, Marie-Gwenola 

95-005109 
Hollenberg, Frank 

95-004841 
Holliman, F, Michael 

95-004847 
Hollis, Karen L. 

95-005191 
Hollowed, Anne 

95-006407 
Holm, Patter 

95-006814 
Holmberg, John 

95-006381 
Holmefjord, I. 

95-004521 
Holmes, Bob 

95-007052 
Holt, Earl 

95-004547 
Holt, G. J. 

95-004532 
Holzscnuh, J. 

95-005959 
Honczaryk, Alexandra 

95-004518 
Honda, H. 

95-004370 

95-004519 

95-004520 
Honda, Takeshi 

95-006264 
Hontiza, H. 

95-006999 
Hone, J. V. 

95-005861 
Hong Gangchuan 

95-005265 
Hong Wanshu 

95-004446 
Honma, V. 

95-004966 
Hontela, Alice 

95-005338 
Hood, C. R. 

95-007003 
Hooker, Paul J. 

95-006815 
Hoole, Dave, 

95-005029 
Hoover, Frank 

95-007032 
Hopkins, c. C. E. 

95-006694 
Hopkina, J. Stephen 

95-005873 
Hopkina, Paul ?, 

95-006680 
Hopkina, Todd E. 

95-004780 



...CONTINUED. . . 
Hopkins, Todd E. 

95-005339 
Hopaon, Margaret S. 

95-006473 
Horl, Kanji 

95-004892 
llorio, Noriyuki 

95-005013 
Home, Alex J. 

95-006682 
Home, E. A. 
95-005192 
Horvath, L. 
95-005110 
95-005158 
Horvath, Laszlo 

95-004447 
Hoskin, Robert H. 

95-006596 
Ilosklng, William 

95-006958 
Hosoyn, Kazuuni 

95-004857 
Hosper, Harry 

95-006485 
Hospodarsky , Dcnvnr 

95-006316 

Houdo , E . D . 

95-00*997 

95-005311 

95-006330 

95-006706 

Houde, Edward D, 

95-005313 

Houlihan, D. F. 

95-004778 

95-OD490Q 

95-003545 

Hovland, T. 

95-005820 
Howard, Kay 

95-006103 
Howe, Arnold U. 

95-006748 
llowell, B. R. 
95-005111 
Howell, Mark II. 

95-006302 
irowell, W. IlunttitiH 

95-005123 
Howerton, Robert D. 

95-004617 
Hoyer, Hark V. 

95-006486 
Hoyman, Timothy A. 

95-006672 
Hrudey, Stove. 

95-005985 
ICu, B. 

95-004429 
Huang, Baa-Quay 

95-005963 
Huang, Tung-Shi 

95-Q04B'i2 

Huang, Z. G, 

95-005964 

Hubert, Wayne A, 

95-005558 

95-006465 

Hudson, John P, 

95-005397 
Hueter, Robert E, 

95-004B89 
Huffaker, Steven H, 

95-006580 

Hugglns, W. L. 

95-007003 



FR 40(3) 



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AUTHOR INDEX 



Hughe a, A. 

95-006246 
Hughes, Robert M. 

95-006190 
Hughes, Steven G. 

95-OD/i572 
llugiieny, Bernard 

95-Q055BO 
HuUta, G. 

95-004365 

95-0044'i2 

95-005085 
HulFLta, Gideon 



Ilulbert, P. J. 

95-fl(Ki5Bl. 

Iliilhort, Ricltnnl C., Jr. 
95-005254 
95-005270 
Ikinicnluk, Hycon 

95-000225 
I[iun]i1iriea, Chris J. 

95-000195 
Hunjii Hsu-Wei 

95-00579'. 
Hunt, J. J. 

95-006.856 
Hunt, Jodea 

5.1-006317 
ElutiL, P. D. 

913-004630 
HunL, Philip 
9 5- OO'i 631 
Hunt, Robert L. 

95-00610', 

HuntG, Wjiyno 

J5-0055H1 

95-003500 

95-005591 

Huntsman, Gene 

95-OOG181 
Huntsman, Gene R. 

95-00.6816 
Hurley i M. A. 
95-01)0393 
(turat, , Tlionaa P, 

95-005631 
Hiirl.fldo, H. L. 
95-QOQflOB 



05-00^.399 

N. A, 
95-OO. r )8'iO 
][uaaola, Ychin A. 

95-005965 
HutcSitnRS , J. 
95-006937 
llntclilnBou, J. Larry 

93-000582 
HnLccok, Franz 

93-006318 
Hntaon, Pat L. 

95-006319 
[[uuskonen, SirpQ 

95-OOG011 
llvldslcn, Hlla Arno 

93-005398 
Kwong, DooJin 
95-0033*0 
95-00700'i 
Hwang, P. P. 
95-005966 
Hyatt, K. 

95.001757 
Hyde, 0. 

9S-OOH793 



Hymel, Thomas M. 
95-004462 

Hyvarlnen, Pekka 
95-0063', '. 

Ida, ISitoshi 
95-005517 
95-006039 

Idoine, Josef S. 
95-006408 

Iger, Y. 

95-005918 
95-005967 

Ihssen, P. E, 
95-005W8 

lida, Kohjl 
95-004714 
95-00',950 
95-004951 
95-005340 
95-007006 

lida, Takaji 
95-005730 

Iljima, Noriaki 



Ikeda, Shizunari 

95-00484', 
Ikeda, Y. 
95-005115 
95-005116 
Ikeda, Yayol 
95-005715 
Ikemoto, Haaaru 

95-006936 
Ikuta, K. 

95-004927 
Il'ina, L. V. 
95-005341 
Imhof, J. G. 
95-006105 
Inada, Tadashi 

95-005387 
Inage, T. 

95-004846 
Ingcndahl, Datlev 

95-006583 
Ingerson, Jonathan K. V. 

95-005292 
Inglettm, P. H. 

95-004845 

IngUs, V. 

95-004498 

95-005740 

Ingrain, Brett A. 

95-007053 
Iniguez, M. 

95-006796 
Inokuchi, Takeaki 

95-005112 
Inoue, T, 

95-006032 
Int. -Am. Trap, Tuna Comra. 

95-006210 

International Commission on Zoological 
Nomenclature 
95-005674 
95-005675 
International Pacific Halibut Commission 

95-006617 
Inui, Yaauo 
95-005755 
Ireland, Jacqueline 

95-005039 

Irnazarow, I. 

95-005113 

Imazarow, Ilglz 

95-005114 



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1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Irwin, Elise R. 

95-005342 

95-006683 

Isaac, Jake, Jr. 

95-006319 
Isaac, Victoria Judith 

95-006635 
Isely, J. Jeffery 

95-006584 
Ishli, Ken 

95-006807 

Ishikawa, A. 

95-005115 

95-005116 

Ishito, Yoshio 

95-005387 
Ishlyfuna, H. 
95-004846 
Islam, Aahraful 

95-004487 
Isman, All 
95-005343 
95-006B18 
Isotfi, Chris 

95-004654 
Itazawa, Yasuo 

95-004942 
Ito, H. R. 

95-004571 
Itzkowltz, M. 
95-005192 
Itzkowttz, Hurray 

95-005182 
Ivankov, V. N, 

95-006106 
Ivanova , N . H . 

95-006348 
Ivanova, V. F. 

95-006409 

Iverson, Ron 

95-006585 

Iwama, G. K. 

95-005734 

Iwama, George K. 

95-004834 

Iwarooto, Tornio 

95-005676 

95-005691 

95-007045 

95-007046 

Iwanaml, Shigeyuki 

95-004707 
Iwata, Hisato 

95-005883 
Iwata, Munehico 

95-006039 
Iwata, N. 
95-004519 
95-004520 
IzhaVi, Ido 

95-004449 
Izquierdo, J. I. 

95-005132 
Izquierdo, Jorge I. 

95-003103 
l3H)ulerdo, Maria Solcdad 

95-004569 
Jachner, Anna 
93-005193 
Jackson, D. A. 

95-006389 
Jackson, Donald A, 

95-005301 
Jackson, J. R, 

95-005336 

Jackson, James R, 

95-004847 



...CONTINUED, , . 
Jackson, James It. 

95-006345 
Jackson, Lelanil J. 

95-O0596B 
Jacobs , Steplion 

95-004598 

95-004599 

95-QO4600 
Jacobson, George I,., Jr. 

95-005607 
Jacobson, Paul T- 

95-006586 

95-006594 
Jager, Vetta 

95-006539 
Jager, Yetta 1. 

95-OQ6450 
JagieLo, Thomas II. 

95-OO6Q19 
Jagoe, C. H. 

95-004810 
Jagscli, Albert 

95 -00 6569 
Jahan&lr, Z. M. G. S. 

95-005117 
Jakobar, Michnol J . 

95-O03399 
Jakobaen, Par J. 

95-OO5864 
Jakuliowakl, M. 

95-QO'i695 
James i It< 

95-O05969 
James , Raja 

95-003970 
James, Willtnni K. 



Jamet, Jean-LoiiiB 

95-005255 
Jamieaon, Ian 

93-O0519'i 
Jamilona, H. 

95-OOS670 
Jams a, Aulta 

95-006013 
Janas, Dnvitl E. 

95-005915 
Jang, Ywn-ShiniiR 

93-00579'. 
Janicki, Anthony J. 

9'5-O0659i'i 
Janik, Phil 

95-006181 
Jan a en , G, 

95-005195 
Jan a en, J. K. S, 

9)5-00'i7'i5 
Jansen, P. A. 

95-0058A1 
Jarura t Jamovn , I 1 . 

95-004357 
Jarvi , Toirbjoni 

95-005139 
Jarvinon, A. W. 

95-006021 
Jassby, Alon D. 

95-006704 
Jayns, Bruce C, 

95 -00 48'. 8 
Jeanes, Eric. D. 

95-005199 
Jedamaki-Gt ymlna . Ju 

95-005971 
Jefferson, Thocnns A. 

95-Q06820 
Jeney , G , 

95-005118 



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AUTHOR INDEX 



Jeney, Galina 

95-005714 
Jeney, ZB. 

95-005092 

95-005119 

95-005714 
Jenkins, Jennifer J. 

95-005224 
Jenkins, P. G. 

9S-OOSS61 
Jennings, Cecil A. 



Jennings, S. 
95-00-5821 
Jensen, Acne J. 

93-005398 
Jen sen , Ciiris topher 

95-003458 
Jensen, J. 0. T. 

9-5-005792 

Jensen, J. H. 

95-006346 

95-006317 

Jetissen, E. A. 

95-005962 

Jontoft., Svoin 

95-006107 

95-006733 

95-006822 

Jeppesan, Erik 

OS -0064 87 

95-Q0650(i 

Jecrcntrup, II. 

95-006675 
Joyasoolnn, K. 

95-005104 
Jezieraka, B. 
95-005972 
JcRlecska, Barbara 

95-006044 
Jimenez Pores, Juan 

95-006751 
Jlcsa, D, 

93-0-04363 
Jobling, M, 

95-0&4849 

j-ouling, Malcolm 

95-004850 
Jobals, Garr.lt 

95-005869 
Jot inn 9 en, I,. -II. 

95-005810 
JohanBon, till -Heidi 

95-003811 
Johnnsen, Pater H. 

95-006013 
jQliauaaon, Keratin 

95-005223 
jolm, 11. -Ch, 

95-005'.00 
Jolinson, Antlers H. 

95-00'(992 
Johnaon, I!. K. 

95-004040 
Johnson, Allyn G, 

95-005519 
Jolinson, Barry 

93-006433 
Johnson, Barry L, 

95-005'.01 

95-006158 
Jolmsoii, C. K. 

95-003775 
Johnson, Charlaa W. 



Johnson, Don 

95-006289 



Johnson, Drew 

95-004664 
Johnson, J. H. 

95-004851 
Johnson, James E. 
95-007029 
95-007049 
Johnson, James 11. 

95-005459 
Johnson, Jeffrey S. 

95-005520 
Johnson, Jerald B. 

95-005256 
Johnson, L. L. 

95-005997 
Johnson, H. V. D. 

95-004885 
Johnson, Michael A. 

95-006790 
Johnson, R. L. 

95-006554 
Johnson, Ron 
95-004653 
Johnson, Ronald L. 

95-005119 
Johnson, Timothy B. 

95-006488 
Johnson, William E. 

95-006673 
Johnsson, Jorgen I. 

95-005180 
Johns ton , I . A . 

95-004820 
Johnstone, R. 
95-005545 
Jolly, Curtis M. 

95-004366 
Jonas, Ludwig 

95-004703 

Jones, D. W. 

95-005613 

Jones, II. D. 

95-006102 

Jones, J. D. 

95-004613 

Jones, J. Douglas 

95-005377 
Jones, John R. 

95-006055 
Jones, Ken 

95-005159 

Jones, Linda 

95-006823 

Jones, Michael L. 

95-006451 

95-006489 

95-006649 

Jones, R. A. 

95-004957 

Jones, R. S. 

95-005246 

Jones, Raymond T. 

95-005994 
Jones, Robin H. 

95-005137 
Jonsson, Ann-Cathrine 

95-004976 
Joosten, P. H. M, 

95-004367 
Jorge da Silva, A. 

95-006803 
Jorgensen, Jorgen C. 

95-004992 
Jorgensen, P. E. V. 

95-005803 

Joyce, Linda A. 

95-007043 



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AUTHOR INDEX 



Juanes, Francis 

95-005632 
Juell, Jon-Erik 

95-004399 
Jug-Dujakovic, Jurica 

95-004967 
Julieta, Maria 

95-004798 
Jung, S. J. 

95-005012 
Junker- Andersen , C. 

95-006108 
Juntaraahote, Kungwan 

95-006109 
Jui-ss, Karl 

95-004703 
Juvonen, Sanna-Kaisa 

95-005535 
Kabasawa, Hiroshi 

95-005196 
Kadilulkov, Y. V. 

95-006348 
Kahn, JaraEs R. 

95-006097 
Kalm, H. 

95-007005 
Kal, Norihlsa 
95-004926 
Kaiser, J. L. 
95-0066B1 
Kajimura, Hiroshi 

95-006790 
Kakiaawa, Sho 
95-004852 
95-004853 
Kakuk, Cs. 

95-004443 
Kaljuvee, Jurgen 

95-005137 
Kallenborn, II. G, 

95-004679 
Kaltenborn, Bjorn 
95-OD6244 
95-006278 
Kamerraans, Pauline 

95-005514 
Katneya, Alhertina 

95-006265 
Kamler, Ewa 

95-004582 
Kamnann, Ulrike 

95-005971 
Kampl, B. 

95-006047 
KornsLta, Andrios 

95-004386 
Karaunde, C, 

95-004B20 
Kanas, M. 

95-006741 
Kane, Andrew S. 

95-005994 
Kaneko, Hasoharu 

95-004486 

Kaneko, Toyoji 

95-004852 

95-004853 

Kangas, Jyrki 

95-006266 
Kanll, II. 

95-004854 
Kann, Jacob 
95-006460 
Karbe, Ludwig 

95-005971 
Kareiva, Peter H, 
95-006329 



Karenge, Lawrence 

95-006226 
Karino, Ken^i 

95-005197 
Karlsson, Lacs 

95-006705 
Karlstrom, Oaten 

95-006705 
Kariyshev, Audrey V 

95-005747 
Karmovskaya, E. 5. 

95-005677 
Karpenko, E. A. 

95 -006 A 10 

95-006024 

95-006825 
Karpenko, V. I. 

95-005633 
Karpinski, A. W. 

95-004368 
Karplua, I. 

95-0044 G9 
Knrr, James R. 

95-006133 

95-006543 

95-006587 

95-006508 

95-00675'. 
Karuk Tribe of Call 

95-006589 
Kasal, A. 

95-005126 
Kasturi Hal, R. 

95-006362 
Katano, Osnnm 

95-005 19B 
Katassonov, V. Jiu 

95-004450 
Katavic, Ivan 

95-004987 
Katayama, El. 

95-004822 
Kato, Fumiliiko 

95-005257 
Kato, Teichi 

95-003120 
Katopodls, Chfit) 

95-000375 
Kaufman, Nancy M. 

95-007054 
Kausolmanii, U. 



Kaushik, S. J. 

95-004566 

95-004656 
Kauahiki Sadasivarti 

95-00493B 
Kavanagh, D. J. 

95-005653 
Kavlio, A. 

95-004961 
Kawai, K. 

05-005 7 '.8 
Kawai, KenJI 

95-OOA930 
Kawamurn , Kou ic.1i 1 



Kaunshima, Soliclil 



95-005060 
Kowatsu, Hiroshi 

95-006040 
Kawauchi , II . 

95-00'i9 1 27 
Kawaiictii, Illroalii 

95-OOA939 



FR 40(3) 



256 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Kavrnzoc, I. 

95-004740 
Kay, E. Alison 

95-0055B2 
Kay, James 

95-006202 
Kaya, Calvin M. 

95-005199 
Kaya 1 , S . 

95-005973 
Kayania, Mitsu 



Ka^yak, Paul F. 
95-006586 



Kearney, John V. 

95-OQGB26 

9S-Q06B27 
Keiiily, Cathy J. 

95-00597', 
Keen, J. E. 

95-004790 
Keen, John E. 

95-004fl5fl 
Ktister, Julie E. 

95-00670IJ 
Kelcher, Christopher J. 

95-OD559B 
Kelt. L. 

95-006411 

95-00701B 
Keller, Chuck 

95-006293 
Keller, Gwen P. 

95-005135 
Kellert, Stephen R, 

05-006267 
Kalley, Sharon 



Kellogg, Kaircn A. 

03-005121 

Kolly, A- G. 

95-005975 

Kelly, I.. A. 

95- 0043 6 
Kelly, Martin 

95-006490 
Ko 1 acli, Steven W. 

95-004697 
Kcnip, W, Michael 

95-006221 

95-00669H 

93-006699 
KumpinBCL*, James J. 

95-OOS25B 

93-005907 
Kcmpalcr, P. I., 

95-003957 
Kenchlngton, H. A. 

05-006820 
KomSalJ, William 1.. 

05- 0064 12 
Kennedy, James J. 

95-006110 
Kcnncn, J. G. 

95-000590 

93-005632 
Kcniicy, D. R. 



Kcnnlcutt, Mali Ion C. II 

95-005976 
Kent, M. 

95-005792 
Kent, M, L, 

95-OOSB1B 
Kent, Michael L. 

95-005793 



Kent, U. A. 

95-005875 
Kentouri, H. 
95-004376 
Kerby, Howard 

95-004W7 
Kergaat, D. 

95-006772 
Korr, S. R. 

95-004407 
Kerry, Joe 

95-004369 
Keirshner, Mark W. 

95-005521 
Keratcn, C. A. 
95-004832 
95-004833 
Kestemont, P. 
95-00^451 
Ketola, G. 

95-004409 
Khalafalla, F. A. 

95-005977 
Khamoea, Najlm R. 

95-005719 
Khan, A. A. 

95-004713 
Khan, N. A. 

95-006029 
Kheyyali, Driss 

95-004609 
Khha, Keehav 
95-004623 
Khao, II. E. 

95-00510'i 
Khoo, I.. 

95-005749 
Khudoley, G, A. 

95-005838 
Kldwell, J. M. 

95-005978 
Kief for, James D. 

95-00'.762 

Kieffer, Jim 

95-004859 

95-005038 

Kiemat, M. C. D. 

95-005925 

Klessllng, A. 

95-004860 

95-004861 

Kiessllng, K.-H. 

95-004861 
Kihara, Kohci 
95-0068B1 
Klkkawa, Jiro 

95-006134 
Klkuclil, K. 
95-004370 
95-004519 
95-004520 
Klllen, W. D. 
95-006576 
Kim, Han-llee 
95-004583 
Kim, Jonathan P. 

95-005979 
Kim, K. 11. 

95-004862 
Kim, Hujo 

95-004935 
Kim, Myung-Hee 

95-004863 
Kimbrough, Renate D, 

95-005980 

Klme, David E. 

95-005981 



FR 40(3) 



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1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Klrmierer, William J. 

95-006704 
Kimura, Shizuo 

95-005849 

Kimura, Takahisa 

95-005821 

95-005622 

Klnadjlan, Lionel 

95-004(178 

Klndscni, Greg A. 

95-004401 

95-004452 

95-004465 

95-004548 

King, Anthony W. 

95-006111 
King, Judy A. 
95-004794 
King, Michael 

95-006257 
King, Scott 0. 

95-005898 
Kingsford, Michael J. 

95-004342 
Klngsley, Michael C. S. 

95-006781 
Kingston, J. C. 

95-005884 
Kinman, Benjy T. 

95-005583 
Klnne, Rolf K, II. 

95-004687 
Klnnucan, Henry W. 

95-004453 

Kinze, Carl CUr. 

95-006829 

95-006830 

Klorboe, Thomas 

95-006694 
Kltby, R. 

95-006146 
Klrchgessner, H. 

95-004603 
Kirllclilk, S, V. 

95-005693 
Kltkley, Jamea E. 

95-006831 
Kirkman, Hugh 

95-006707 
Klton, V. 

95-004538 
Kiron, Viawanath 

95-004584 
Kirachner, Leonard D. 

95-004864 
Kitajlma, Chlkara 
95-004514 
95-004590 
95-005269 
Kltamura, S, 
95-004927 
Kltchell, J. F. 

95-006469 

Kltchell, James P. 
95-005457 
95-005885 
95-006363 
95-006433 
95-006488 
Klttilaon, Jeffrey D, 

95-005131 

Klwek, Franz 

95-005886 

95-006591 

Klyono, M. 

95-004370 



. ..CONTINUED... 
Kiyono, M. 

95-004520 
Kjartansson, II. 

95-005982 

Kjorsvlk, E. 

95-004521 

Klamath River Fisheries 

95-006320 

95-006592 

95-006593 

Klauda, Ronald 

95-006586 

Klnuda, Ronald J. 

95-006333 

95-006594 

95-006652 

Klein, Jan 

95-005101 
Klcmetsen, Ander* 

95-005983 
Kline, Paul A. 

95-006636 
Klonowski , J . 
95-005592 
Knight-Jones, E. W. 

95-005840 
Knight, Charles 

95-005373 
Knight, J. G, 
95-OOS302 
Knight., Susan K. 

95-000363 
Knlglits, Brent C. 
95-005401 
95-006458 
Knockact-t, II. 
95-005007 
Knoph, M. B- 
95-004865 
Knoschc, R. 

95-004583 
Knox, CliriBtopher J- 

95-005012 
Knox, Robin 
95-000259 
95-0062B5 
Knwlsen, Uunc 

93-005983 
Kmith, Barbara A, 
95-006112 
93-006251 
Knutaon, Jan Atl 

95-005101 
Knuuttila, Soppo 

95-000037 
Kobok, enrol J. 

93-005147 
Kobnyaahl, Illroalil 

93-006832 

Kobayashl, M. 

95-004<JB5 

95-005771 

Kobaynsbl, HaklLo 

95-004.803 
Kobayaahl, Maannorl 

95-005772 
Koby, Kobort F., Jr, 

95-004401 
Koch, Robert A. 

95-004979 
Kocliba, M. 

93-004469 

Koclior, Sara 

95-005155 

Kqclier, Thomna I>. 

95-005121 



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AUTHOR INDEX 



. ..CONTINUED. . . 
Kociior, 11 lorn EI s D. 

95-005123 
Kochetov, A. A. 

95-004492 
Kochva, Malka 

95-004417 
Kocik, John F. 

95-005576 
Kohl, Franz 

95-005460 
Kohler, Nancy E. 

95-005522 
Kolitio, Iliroslii 

95-004686 
Koldc, Y. 

95-0011927 
Kojima, M. 

55-006032 
Kojima, Tokahlto 

Q5-006B07 
Kokorln, H. V. 

95-006413 
kol 'yav, H. V. 

95 -0063 BO 
KalJitiHi Jeppe 

95-006226 
Kolkovskl, S. 
95-0045.31 
Kolok, A, 

95-004800 
Komada, Hiroaki 

95-006023 
Komadina- Don thH right, S. 

95-006220 
Katnen, J. 

95-005122 
Kondrasliov, S. L. 

95-005575 
Konacki, Jolin T. 

95-004866 
Konccny, Robert 

95-005826 
Kotiig Fleischer, Andrea 

05--006113 
KonikoEf, Mark 

95-00668't 

Konings, Ad 

05-005584 

95-005678 

Konkle, Blake R. 

95-00^98/1 
Konatnnttnova, H. P. 

9D-0055H5 
Koouln, Eugenes V. 

93-005815 
Kopelkn, E. F. 

95-OQ'iBOO 
Koppc, W. H. 
95-OOH5S3 
Kora, Karue 



05-00'i476 
Kotmanik, Gregg A. 

05-004 B67 
Kornov, S. I. 

95-006833 
Korotkov, V, K. 

95-005200 

93-006834 
KorBBaardt Bartil 

95-004868 
Kotshon, M- 

95-004A55 
Korson, Charlea 

95-006595 
Korstrora, J. S. 

95-004757 



Koryak, Michael 

95-006596 
Korzeniewski , KrzysKtoE 

95-006002 
Kosa, Jarrad 
95-005303 
Koskl, K. V. 
95-006597 
Koslow, J. A. 
95-004688 
Koster, Friedrlch W. 

95-005634 
Kotak, Brian 
95-0059B5 
Kotrschal, Kurt 

95-005184 
Kou, Guang-Hsiung 

95-005794 
Kourll, J. 

95-004750 

Kovacs, T. G. 

95-0059B6 

95-005987 

Kovalyova, A. A. 

95-005795 

95-005796 

Koven, W. M. 

95-004531 

Kowalewska, Malgorzata 

95-006002 
Kowalskl, Wendy J. 

95-005051 
Kowalyk, H, E. 

95-005404 
Koya, Yaaunori 

95-005344 
Koaaric, Z. 

95-006047 
Kozima, Tsuneo T. 

95-006023 
Kraft, Clifford E. 
95-005304 
95-006547 
Kralem, M. M. 
95-004698 
Kraljevlc, Miro 

95-005298 

Krambeck, Hans-Jurgen 
95-004470 
95-004471 
Kramer, D. L. 
95-005414 
Kramer, Donald L, 
95-004699 
95-004700 
Krasznai, Z, 
95-004869 
Kraaznal, Zoltan 

95-004870 
Kraus, Scott D. 

95-006835 
Krausae, Bernhard 

95-005500 
Krechmer, Michael 

95-004632 
Kreiberg, Henrik 

95-006349 
Krlck, C. 

95-004701 
Krlae, William F. 

95-004411 
Krlstianaen, R. 

95-004396 
Kristlnsson, K. 

95-005073 

Kristoffersen, Roar 
95-005842 



FR 40(3) 



259 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Kroebar, A. L. 

95-006361 
Krolm, R, 

95-006755 
Krohn , Roger 

95-006836 
Kroll, Kevin J. 

95-00*077 
Krom, M. D. 

95-004522 
Kroat, P. 

95-004523 
Krovacek, K. 

95-005732 
Kruger, R. 

95-004498 
Krumlauf, Kobb 

95-005071 
Kruse, Susan 

95-006843 
Kruaynski, G. H. 

95-004757 
Kubasek, Nancy 

95-006288 
Kubo, Yoshlkazu 

95-005320 
Kubosnima, Yasuko 

95-005345 
Kucharczyk, D. 

95-004747 
Kutlersky, S, K. 

95-005305 
Kudo, Satoshi 

95-004941 
Kudo, Shigeharu 

95-004706 
Kuentzel, Walter 

95-006556 
Kufcsak, 0, 

95-006026 
Kuhnapfel, M. 

9S-004702 
Kulczykowska, Ewa 

95-004871 
Kulesz, Joanna 

95-005259 
Kultz, Dletmar 

95-004703 
Kurnagai, Akira 

95-005813 
Kumal, IlidemL 

95-005026 
KungvankiJ, P. 

95-004524 

95-006291 
Kunioka, H. 

95-004822 
Kuno, Masahiro 

95-006837 
Kuo, Ching-Hing 

95-005155 
Kurata, Osainu 

95-005715 
Kurdyaeva, V. P, 

95-005002 
Kurokawa, T. 

95-004704 
Kurokura, H. 

95-004520 
Kuroshima, Ryosuke 

95-004872 
Kusuda, R. 

95-005748 

95-005773 
Kusuda, Riichl 

95-004935 



...CONTINUED... 
Kuauda, Riichl 

95-004936 
Kuauda, Satoshi 

95-004941 
Kuzlshchin, K. V. 

95-005260 

Kvasnicka, P. 

95-004878 

95-004879 

93-005126 

Kyle, Gary 

95-006504 
Kynard, Boyd 
95-006369 
La Mesa, M. 

95-005497 
Laake, J. L. 
95-006382 
Lacanilao, F. 
95-004371 
Lachance, Stephanie 

95-006033 
Ladle, M. 

95-005293 
Lafaurie, Marc 

95-004754 
LaFlam, Ann 

95-005651 
LaFleur, G. 

95-005102 
Lagardere, Jean-Paul 

95-005375 
Lagunas-Solar, Manuel 

95-005939 

Lai Molian, R. S. 

95-006838 

95-006839 

Lall, S. 

95-004545 
Lam, T. J. 
95-004986 
95-005352 
Lamas, J. 

95-005762 
Lamas , Jesus 
95-005763 
Lamb, Berton L. 

95-006648 
Lamb, Berton Lee 

95-006598 
Lambert, Alain 

95-005843 
Lambert, David M. 

95-005074 
Lambert, Derek 

95-007055 
Lambert, J. G. D. 

95-005046 
Lamilla G. , Julio 

95-005594 
Lamont, E. E, 
95-006114 
Lampi , P . 

95-006036 
Lan, Wei Guang 

95-005988 
Landolt, Marsha L. 

95-005765 
Landaverk, T, 
95-005768 
Lane, Daniel E. 
93-006840 
95-006932 
Lang, G. 

95-006026 
Lang, John 
95-006599 



260 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Lang, S. L, C. 

95-004777 
Langar, llabib 

95-006586 
Langdon, R. W. 

95-005635 
Lange, Gary 

05-000456 
Lang ton, C. M. 

95-004757 
Langton, Kichard W. 

95-006841 
Lankford, T. E., Jr. 

95-005636 
Lanno, R. P. 
(5-005931 
Lannoo 1 Michael J. 

95-005232 
Lapplvnara, Jarmo 

95-005033 
Lapsbin, 0. H. 

95-006842 
Laptikhovskiy, V. V. 

95-005(161 
Lara, 51. J. 

95-005BB7 
Largy, T. D. 
95-006708 
Lariner, Michel 

95-006583 
Larocha, Michel 

95-00456B 
LaRoc, Edward T. Ill 

95-0061/15 
Laracn h II. J. S. 

93-005751 
Lscsen, Hans J. S. 

95-005752 
Lorsen, Jena Laurits 

95-005766 

Lnssen, Hans 

95-00550/1 

Laaso dc la Vega, Ernesto 
95-00/t34Q 
95-006305 
La tor re, Arnparo 

95-005100 
Lauder, George V. 

95-OQ-'i848 
Laurec, Alain 

95-005465 
Lauve, Anita 
95-001764 
Lavenberg, R. J. 

95-005673 
Lovcns, P. 

95-00^.372 
Lavccy, Kobert J. 
95-005201 
95-005202 
Law , Richard 
95-006858 
Law, Robin J. 
95-005989 
Lawlec, Adrian R. 

95-005750 
Lawrence, T. L. 

95-006553 
Lawson, J. W. 
95-005462 
Lnwaon, Thomas B. 

95-004654 
Layher, D. William G. 

95-006115 

Layher, William G. 
95-005218 



.. .CONTINUED... 
Layher, William G. 

95-006227 
Lazara, Kenneth J. 

95-005679 
Lazzari, Hark 

95-006915 
Le Ball, P.-Y. 

95-00/. 760 
Le Menn, Francoise 

95-005465 
Leach, Joe 

95-005334 
Lender, Leslie L. 

95-005203 
Leathorland, J. F. 

95-OOf ) 97'. 
Leboiilleux, V. 

95-005394 
Lecky, James H. 

95-0070/i2 
Leclerc, M. 

95-006U'i 
Lecomte-FlniBer, Raymonde 

95-005523 
LeDrew, L. 

95-00540A 
Lee, Phillip G. 

95-004655 
Lee, Woo-Jal 
95-005123 
Legare, Benolt 

95-005942 
Hsgault, Christopher M. 

95-006429 
Legeros, A. 

95-00/i873 
Legeros, J. P. 

95-004873 
Legecos, R, Z. 

95-004873 
Leggett, H. 

95-005995 
Loggett, W, C. 

95-005530 

Leggett, William C, 
95-005524 
95-005537 
Lellew, Robert 

95-005872 
Lehmann, J. 

95-006600 
Lei Qilin 

95-004525 
Lflibel, Wayne S. 

95-0055B6 
Lelbovich, Y. 
95-004528 
Lein, Gregory M. 

95-005261 
Lelro, J. 

95-004808 

Leivestad, H. 

95-005962 

Lekang, 0, I. 

95-004624 

Lemaire-Gony, 8. 

95-004969 
LGmly t A. Dennis 

95-006224 
Lemma , Brook 
95-006491 
Lena, P. 

95-006S94 
Lennert, Gleridy 

95-006B43 
Lent, Rebecca 
95-006912 



FR 40(3) 



261 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Lean, Stuart C. 

95-007070 
Leonard, Shivaun E. 

95-004457 
Lepage, Mario 

95-007056 
Leshcheva, T. 3. 

95-005262 
Leslie, John K. 

95-006492 
Lesaard, Joanne 

95-005040 
Leasard, Martin 

95-006601 
Lessioa, H. A. 

95-0056BD 
Letcher, Ben II. 

95-005637 
Letcher, Susan 

95-004874 
Let end re, Michel 

95-006083 
Letourneur, Yves 

95-005381 
Leveronl Calvi, S. 

95-004622 
Levesque, F. 

95-007006 
Levin, A. V. 

95-005575 
Levine, Douglas 

95-006774 
Levine, R. P. 

95-005734 
Levy , Andrew 

95-004748 
Lewandowskl , Tania A. 

95-0068(14 
Lewbart, G. A. 

95-005749 
Lewis, Thomas D. 

95-006812 
LI Cherighua 

95-004705 
Li Jim 

95-005463 

95-005464 

95-005501 
H Qingbao 

95-004373 
Li Yanping 

95-004530 
Li Zhuo 

95-005809 
Li, Lu-Ku 

95-005155 
Li, Meng K. 

95-004557 

95-004597 
Liang Dehai 

95-004536 
Liang, Hong-Shiang 

95-004606 
Liang, Yiu lion 

95-005124 
Llao, Hangsheng 

95-005524 
Libby, David 

95-006934 
Libey, George S. 

95-004426 

95-004656 

95-005028 
Lie, 0. 

95-004591 
95-004980 



Lien , Jon 
95-006845 
95-006846 
Liew, Doreen 
95-006743 
95-006747 
Liglitman, Stafford 

95-004748 
Ligon, Franklin K. 

95-006228 

Ligtvoet, W. 

95-006268 

Lilly, G. It. 

95-005179 

Liniburg, K. E* 

95-005346 
Litnburg, Karin K. 

93-005525 
Lin Jingqi 
95-005263 
95-005264 
Lin Xucqun 

95-005465 
Lin, F.-Y. 

95-0052BB 
Lin, Feng 

95-004560 
Lin, II. C. 

95-005966 

Lin, H. R. 

95-004458 

95-004875 

Lin, Jui-Hsing 

95-004876 
Lin, S. W. 

95-005966 
Linares-Caecnava , J/w 

93-004877 
Lindahl-KiesaltiiB, K- 

95-004861 
Linda, Ana H. 
95-005103 
Lindgren, Kriatl.un 

95-006381 
Lindsay, Kate M. 

95-005888 
Lintlstedt, Ingalili 

95-006847 
Lindstrom-Seppa, t'lfj 

95-006011 
Lindatrom, Kal 

95-005535 
Lindatrom, Ulf 

95-005453 
Ling, He 

95-005016 
Lingenfelser, J. T. 

95-004818 

Lintiart, D, 

95-004756 

95-004878 

95-004879 

95-005135 

95-005126 

Lintmrt, Otomar 

93-004706 
Link, Jaaon 

95-005466 
Linton, T. K. 
95-004975 
Lippincott, Lincoln II. 

95-004827 
Lipacomb, Jim 

95-006091 
Llska, J. 
95-004443 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Lisle, Tom 

95-004673 
1.1 stem, J. 



Littell, Richard 

95-006116 
Little, 0. C. 
95- OO*)**? 
Lltvak, Matthew K. 

Q5- 00520'. 
Liu Hui 

95-{10'.526 
Liu Jlnfu 

95-0052 65 
[,in, I Cong 

05-005976 
Liu, Jia-Shou 

95-004'. 59 
Liu, Li 

95-004560 
IJoyd, Gregory S. 

95-006269 
Lloyd, James 
93-00^181 
Lo, OKI- Fang 
95-00579'i 
Loboii-Ccrvia, J . 
95-005132 
95-006602 
Lobon-Cervla , Javier 

93-005221 
Lobov, S. N. 
95-005317 
l.o c tii Jolin J. 

95-005/.99 
Lochmaim, S. 
95-006938 
Lochmann, S. E. 

55-005638 
Lodl, Lilians 

95-006B4D 
Loefflad, Martin 

95-006849 
I.oescli, Joseph G. 
95- 0061 17 
95-006537 
l.oascUcko, Volker 

95-005108 
Lofflur. II. 

95-0062 70 

[.of man, Cnrt O. 

95 -004 9 3 't 

95-005017 

Loftua. William F. 

95-005639 
Lofy, Peter T, 

95-003052 
Logan, D- G. 
95-005920 
[,ogue, J. 



Loliec, T. 

95-006695 
Locn, J. 

95-005797 
Lontmtdi, Julian 

95-00'iS31 
Long, John A. 

95-006299 
Longanecker, David R. 

95-000530 
Longenbaugli , Matthew 



Longenbnugh , Hattliaw II. 

95-006603 
Longliamnor, James K. 

95-001460 



Loomls, David K. 

95-00611B 
Loomis, John B. 

95-006119 
Lopez Perez, Lorenzo J. 

95-006321 
Lopez Tirado, Jorge Ramon 

95-0058', 4 
Lopez-Ruiz , Antonio 

95-004708 
LoPresto, Christina J. 

95-QO'.8fll 
Lorenz, Lisa A. 

95-00'i675 
Logos, Elizabeth 

95-006229 
Loiivlerc, Jordan J. 

95-006471 
Love Joy, David A. 

95-004794 
Lovell. Tom 
95-004461 
95-004588 
Lowe, E, F. 
95-006479 
93-006400 
Lowery, Donny R. 

93-000685 
Lowery, Tony A. 

95-006713 
Lowry, Lloyd F. 

95-006732 
Lowry, Nicholas 

95-006850 
Lozano, R. 

95-005670 
Lu, Zliimin 

95-004657 
Lucas, Kenneth C. 

95-006851 
Luckhurat, Brian E. 

93-005612 
Lucky, Kdcnek 

95-005716 
Luczynski, H. 
99 -OO/i 74 7 
Lucaynaki, M. J. 

95-004747 
Ludaln, Stuart A. 

95-005640 
Lueckc, G, 

95-007037 
Lugovayn, E, S. 

95-006709 
Lukaa, Joseph A. 

95-006604 

Lumsclcn, J, S. 

95-004882 

95-005753 

95-005754 

95-005764 

Luna Serrano, Rodrlgo 

95-004389 
Lund, T. 

95-005751 
Lund, Terje 

95-003752 

Lupandin, A. I. 

95-005215 

95-003408 

Lupi, P. 

95-004441 

95-004692 

Luque, Joso 

95-005845 

Luslichak, V, I. 

95-004883 



FR 40(3) 



263 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Lutscliinger, Gimther 

95-005467 
Lutz, C. Greg 

95-004462 
Lutz, Donna Schulze 

95-005908 
Lutz. Greg 

95-004463 
Lutz, P. L. 

95-004945 
Luukko, Antti 

95-006013 
Lydeard, Charles 

95-001639 
Lynott, Sean T. 

95-005430 
Lyons , John 

95-006357 
Lyons, John D. 

95-006445 
Lyons, H. N. 

95-007025 
Haas, Marian 

95-006605 
Marseille, N. P. 

95-004961 
Mabey, Sarah 

95-006712 
Hacchi, Gustavo J. 

95-005347 
Maccioni, Ricardo B. 

95-004812 
Hacconnell, Elizabeth 

95-004402 

05-004464 

95-004465 
HacDonald, Fiona H. 

95-004752 
Mace, Pamela 

95-006912 
Mace, Pamela M. 

95-006B52 
Hacelna, Michael J. 

95-006685 

95-0066H6 
MacFarlane, R. Bruce 

95-004384 

95-004938 
Machado-Allison, Antonio 

95-006606 
Machel, Steve 

95-004466 
Hachiels, M. A. H. 

95-0063BB 
Machii, Tadanobu 

95-005277 
Hachova, J. 

95-006024 

95-006025 
Macintosh, D. j. 

95-004467 
Maclntyre, Sheila 

95-005747 
Mack ay, D. 

95-006493 
Mackay, William C, 

95-005379 
HacKenzle, Debora 

95-006853 
MacKenzio, K. 

93-005H89 
MacKinlay, Don D 

95-0046S8 

95-004885 

95-004886 
MacKinnon, B. H, 



Macko, Steven 

95-OOC3G<i 
MacLcan, G. D. 

95-006393 
MacMlllan, Rniuly 



MncPhee, D. D. 
95-00'.B82 
95-00575-3 
95-00575/1 
95-0057-64 
Madeira, JOSQ M. 

95-005088 
Mady, E, A. 

95-004809 
Maeda, Uircislil 

95-005127 
Maeda , M . 

95-004512 

Mackawa , KaJ I 

95-004(187 

95-005198 

Mneno i Vukio 

95-003755 

95-005H14 

Mficnosono, H. 

95-00^517 

Mnffitt, Noiili T, 

9S-OOG120 
Magarlnoa, I). 
95-0097(52 

Magarinos, ILcatrl?: 

93-005756 

95-005 763 

95-005770 

Magor, Rnndfill 

95-004625 
Hoggoso, H. C. 

95-00't716 
Magnnn , V , 

95-005/.98 
Magomyetlov , !. H. 

95-00^722 
Hagoulick, Dnnlol I), 

95-005641 

Maguire, J.-J. 

95-00&85'i 

93-006833 

95-OOfrH5fj 

Hahadeva, Miiillm N. 

95-003681 
Hahdy, Olfnt A. 

95-003 846 
Hahmoud, N. A, H. 
95-005787 
95-005890 
Halion, Robin 
95-003581 
95-003590 
95-005591 
Haigrot, Jacqnow 

95-006857 
Maillct, G, 

95-006938 
Maillot, G. A. 

95-003638 
Maiaso, G. 

95-006578 

Maitlnnd, Peter S, 
95-005563 
95-00536<l 
93-00607Q 
95-006121 
Hakarewicz, J, c. 

95-006494 
Makela, Ari 
95-006037 



264 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Makinci, Naoshi 

95-004707 
Makker, Gautham 

05-003912 
Mnhslmcnko , V. I' . 

95-006380 
HiilaLnsUi, Richard .1, 

95-005619 
Malchoff, Hark II. 

93-005 642 
Malcolm, James 

95-007057 
Mnl-icKnk, Adam 

OS- (106 447 
HalJel.tc | Greg 

93-006493 
Mulllson, Craig "I 1 - 

95-000292 
Halona, Rnuicl I', 

93-005347 
Haloiws, Ilnnald 

95 -004647 
MEI lone , Ronn Id K . 

95-004050 

95-004659 

95-00401)3 
HnLpeasfl, I!, L. A. 

9IJ-Q059S4 
Nnluwn , A. O. 

<>?i- 004468 
Halvtircf A. I . 



Harcogllese, David J. 



MisK'CBt.uLo, S. I 1 . 

95-O06'il9 
HalvcsLuto, Stephen I' 

95-000122 
MiuncnfK, AiiiUv.cJ 

55-007007 
Mnn f Alins 

95-OOC85S 
H.innl i A. A. 

95 -0059 90 
UnunjioB, K. 

Or>-00fl503 
Mancora, J . M , 



Hnntlcl. S. 

9 5 -00'. 602 
Mnndol, SLaEnn 

03- (lO/i GOO 
Mnmloiif 1 A. A. 



, HLctincl J. 
95-00 &001 
95-006239 
93-000285 
Rim, Jcnn C, 
9^-006273 

, Charles A, 



Mnuit, Ho lone 
95-OCf5'.67 
Mnimacli, Cliaflcs S, III 



Mansson, 1. 

0.1-003732 
HniwilLo, Albai't M, II 

93-0067J2 
Ras, James K. 



Hacnnclk, Jerry 

95-006123 
Marcel, Jflcqucllnu 



Harclmnt, T. A. 

95-004950 



Marei, H. E.-S. 

95-004726 
Maren, Thomas II. 

93-00^827 
Mareenau, Terry 

95-006289 
Margolla, L. 
95-005247 
Margolis, Leo 

95-005793 
Marian, T. 

95-004069 
Maclan, Tore?. 

95-00'.870 
Marie, Drago 
95-005587 
Marldet, Laurence 

95-006621 
Mariwalln, Knvita 

95-005137 
Markert, Jeffrey A. 

95-005121 
Markevicli, A. I. 

95-006H60 
Marktmm, R. J. F. 

95-005818 
Marks, Joseph E. 

95-005239 
Hairier, C, 

95 -005 14 'i 
Harm, Luciano E. 

95-004890 
Marsal, J. 

95-004839 
Marsdon, H. J. 

93-004891 
Marseno, DJagnl Wiseso 

95-004892 
Marsh, John II. 

95-006607 
Harsh, Paul 

95-007058 
Marshall, C. Tara 

95-006861 
Marshall, K. E. 

93-007026 
Marshall, Marty K, 

95-004842 
Marstol, Marl 
95-Q051B1 
Mnrtc, C. L, 
95-004513 
Hartel, Guy 

95-005205 

Hartol, P. II. 

95-005986 

95-005987 

Harti-Pnlanca, Hilarlo 
95-004893 
93-004958 
Martial, J. A, 

95-004746 

Martin-RoMcliaud, D, J. 
95-004960 
93- 00553 'i 
Martin, Cabot 

95-006862 
Martin, Jim 
95-006124 
Martin, Joe II. 

95-006710 

Hartin, M. II. 

95-003402 

Martin, Michael H. 
95-003526 



HI 40(3) 



265 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Martin, Neil 

95-00640*. 
Martin, Paul D. 

95-006376 
Martin, Steven W. 

95-006299 
Martin, T. J. 

95-004845 
Martinez-Barbera, Juan Pedro 

95-0011893 
Martini, A. 

95-004692 
Martlnov, V. G 

95-005266 
Martucct, Oriana 

95-005468 
Marty, Alain 

95-006583 
Marx, H. 

95-005848 
Marx, Steven 

95-006702 
Marzouk, H. S. 

95-005950 
Maczouk, M. S. M. 

95-005990 
Narzouk, Mohajned Sayed 

95-005891 
Masini, Maria Angela 

95-005041 
Mason, Krlstine 

95-005469 
Mason, William T. , Jr. 

95-005655 
Masoval, Kjell A, 

95-004894 
Has son, Gerard 

95-005383 
Matern, Scott A, 

95-005235 
Mather, Martha 

95-005303 
Mather, Martha E, 

95-005651 
Ma thes, Elisabeth 

95-004908 
Hathieaon, Scot 

95-005991 
Matltjcfc, Gary C. 

95-006710 
Matsubara, Kumi 

95-005128 
Hatsubata, Takahlro 

95-004895 

95-005344 
Hatauda, Hiroyuki 

95-006863 
HatEuda, M. 

95-004517 
Matsuda, Yoshiakl 

95-004535 
Matsui, Seiichl 

95-004514 
Matsunwto, Takashi 

95-004B96 
Matsuyama, Yukihiro 

95-005340 
Matthewa, Kathleen R. 

95-005403 
Matthewa, R. A. 

95-005789 
Matthews, William j. 

95-M5559 
Matuslewicz, M. 

95-004697 
Meghan, 0. Euge n6 

93 -007070 



Maule, Alec G, 
95-004698 
95-00554'. 
95-006358 

Maurakig, Eugene (i. 
95-005206 
95-005348 
Mavros, William V. 
95-006125 
95-00668B 
Maxiraenkov, V. V. 

95-005633 

Mayo, Ralph K. 

95-006871 

95-006893 

95-006920 

Mnzany, Lci.gli 

95-00681't 
HazGroll, Aiitliony Ini 

95-005207 
Mazik, Patricia M. 

95-00 (tftVV 
UcAdnm, D. S, O. 

95-004777 
He An drew, n, J. 
95-OOfi739 
95-000970 
95-Ol>5136 
McAuley, Tom 
95-00520B 
McBride, UoiiHlfiH H. 

95-005377 
HcBride, J. R. 

95-004013 
McCain, n. tt. 

95-005997 

McCarthy, I. D. 

95-QO/i 77H 

95-004900 

MeCarty, I,. S. 

95-005B94 
McCaughran, Dnnnld A. 

95-OOfi93fi 
HcCay, Bonnie 
95-0061O7 
95-000723 
95-00676^ 
95-00606'+ 
McClanahan, T. . 
55-006113 
95-006Q65 
McClelland, Kllmilntl h 

95-OOG2H6 
McCollougli, Carol W. 

95-005332 
McCormack, C. A, 

95-004901 

McCortnickt J. II. 

93-0064 ill 

35-006999 

McConnick, Murk I. 

95-005527 
McConnick, Stephen D. 

95-004902 
HcCor(|uodnle, Shnuin 

95-005830 
McCosh, Morgan t.. 

95-005643 
HcCovey, Pliny 

95-006126 
McCoy, Henry 
95-004375 
McDaniel, David 

95-003717 

McDonald, D. C, 

95-004916 



FR 



AUTHOR INDEX 



...CONTINUED. . . 
McDonald, D. G. 
95-0011965 
95-004975 
McDonald, I, 
95-006991 
McDonald, M, 
95-005903 
McDonald, Susanne J. 

95-005976 
McDonnell, M. T. 

95-004901 
McEflchron, Lawrence W. 

95-006710 

McEnroe, Maryann 

95-004903 

95-004904 

HcEwan, Dennia 

95-007031 

McFarlane, Robart W. 
95-OOG711 
95-0068*6 
McGlnnis, Michael V. 

95-007059 
McKladdery, S. E. 

95-005B5Q 
McGulrc, Thomas R. 

95-OOGH67 
McGulre, William R, 

95-005348 
McGurrln, Joseph 

93- 006 l'.l 

Hclnorny, Michael C. 
95-005528 
95-006460 
Mcliinia, Roilney R. 

95-006868 
Mnlntyre, John D. 
Q5-QQS601 
93-00-6631 
McKay , Laura 
05-006712 
McKaye, Kenneth R. 

95-006321 
McKean, Colin 

93-006000 
McXenzie, D. J. 

95-004905 

McKeown, D, A. 

95-004860 

95-005022 

McKinlcy, R. S. 

9 5- 0(1540 4 
HcKlnnon, A, David 

95-005') 16 
McKinnon, D. G. 



HcLain , Ann S . 

95-006514 
McLny, H. \. 

95-005545 
McLean, E, 

95-00^791 

93-005030 
McLean, Even 

95-005003 
McLean, Vf. E. 

95-005792 
HcLonnan, Deborah A. 

95-005550 
McLusky, Donald S. 

95-005991 
HcHalion, T. E. 

95-005209 
HcHahon, Thomas 

95-004795 

95-005267 



McMation, Thonias E, 

95-005399 
McMenemy, James R. 

93-006322 
McNeil, Charllne S. 

95-00658^1 
McNeil, William J. 

95-006377 
HcNlcol, Donald K. 

95-006/.61 
McVicar, A. 11. 

95-005889 

Header, Michael R. 
93-006279 
95-006505 
Meadows, Duaync 

95-003210 
Meana Sarinana, Eugenio 

95-006249 
Means, R. G. 
95-006129 
Mecatti, H. 

95-004B28 
Medale, Franco! a e 

95-004765 
Medina, Alberto 

95-004A03 
Medley, Gene 
93-006490 
MCG, D. 

95-006545 
MeEEo, Gary K. 

95-005135 
Megalofonou, P. 

95-005529 
Megrey, Bernard 

95-006/i07 
Megrey, Bernard A. 

95-006416 
Mehner, Thomas 

95-005470 

Meier, Albert H. 

95-004930 

95-004932 

95-004933 

Heillcr, Larry 

95-0062B9 

Meinevtz, J. R. 

93-005718 

95-005744 

Mel'nlkov, A. N. 

95-006117 
Mel'nikov, A. V. 

95-006416 

Mel'nlkov, V. N. 

95-006127 

95-006350 

Molin, Sharon R. 

95-006790 

Hellngen, G, 0. 

95-004906 

95-004907 

Mcmah, V. 

95-006230 
Mendola, Pauline 

95-005992 
Meneeca, Naorcio A, 

95-OOA771 
Meng-umpan, Krlangsak 

95-00490H 
Heng, Loaa 

95-005268 
Menkhorst, P. H. 

93-005A76 

Mentasti, E. 

95-005911 



FR A0(3) 



267 



1995 



AUTHOR IfJDEX 



Menzel, Bruce W. 

95-006128 
Merdsoy, Bora 

95-006887 
Meredith, E. K. 

95-006419 
Merrett, (j. 

95-004826 
Herrlnec, John V. 

95-006351 
Meseguer, Jose 

95-004708 
Messmer, Rhine T. 

95-005052 
Hetaillcr, Robert 

95-004586 
Mctaxa, I. 

95-005705 
Metcalfc, C. D. 

95-005725 
MetcalEe, N. B. 

95-005415 
Metcalfe, Neil B. 

95-005385 
Methven, D. A. 

95-005649 

Mewes, K. R, 

95-004909 

Meyer-Burgdorff, K.-II. 
95-004583 
95-004910 
95-004911 
95-004912 
Meyer, Axel 

95-005074 

Meyer, G, K. 

95-006496 

Mhaisen, Furhan T. 
95-005719 
95-005720 
Mia, Riazul 

95-004659 
Miah, M. J. U. 

95-006367 
Michaletz, Paul 

95-005471 

Mlhelakakis, Apostolos 
95-004590 
95-005269 
Mikalsen, Knut II. 

95-006729 
Mikhaylenko, N. A. 

95-005168 
Mikodina, Ekatherine V. 

95-004706 
Miles, M. S, 
95-004971 
Mllewski, Inka A. 

95-006869 
Miligan, Louise 

95-004913 
Milinskl, Manfred 

95-005211 
Millard, C. J. 

95-006608 
Millard, Michael J. 

95-005306 
Mille, Keith J. 

95-007008 
Miller, A. L. 
95-004736 
Miller, David S. 

95-004874 

Miller, John M. 

95-005309 

95-005514 



Miller, M. n. 
95-006298 
Miller, Mnrtim M. 

95-006815 
Miller, N, G. 
95-006125 
Miller, Rol>CLt. Uiinh 

95-007030 
Miller, Roy W. 

95-005BOO 
Miller, Scott rt. 

95-004668 
Miller, Tliomna J, 

95-005530 
Milligan, Lowinc! 

95-00-49A9 
Milligan, S. P. 

95-005589 

Mills, David 

95-005151 

Mills, E. L. 

95-005472 

Mills, Edward [,. 

95-005647 
Milstein, A. 
95-004469 
Milstein, Ana 
95-004470 
95-004471 
Milton, D. A. 

95-005343 
Hinckley, W, I,. 

95-006323 
Minotti, P. G, 

95-005405 
Miracle, A. L, 

95-007060 
Miralles, F. X. 

95-004839 
Miranda, C. 

95-004993 

Miranda, Cristulidl t. 
95-004914 
95-005836 
Miranda, Leanclro K. 

95-006050 
Miranda, Stcvo 

95-005625 
Hires, D. 

95-005892 
Miron, Mary 

95-006130 
Mironovskiy, A, ft, 

95-005129 
Misetic, StJQ|inii 

95-005588 
Misima, Tosio 

95-004476 
Misund, Olc Ax-vft 

95-007009 
Mitani, Aklyoslil 

95-006211 
Mitani, Isamu 

95-006S63 
Mitchell, Andrew J . 

95-005721 
Mitchell, J. 
95-005422 
Mitchell, Stephen ,1, 

95-004915 
Mittal, Ajay Kumnr 

95-004709 
Mitton, Cynthia J. A. 

95-004916 

Mitzner, Larry 

95-006687 



268 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Mlyagi. I- 

93-006230 
Mlyata, Katsiiya 

05-00'. 454 

95-004476 
Nlyazabi, T. 

95-C105B12 
MJyaznwfl, Hitnslli 

95-CHU.93& 
Mlyiizawa, Keisuke 

95-OG4S92 
Hiaugnchli Kenya 

95-006512 
Hlzyuckina, A. V. 

!>5-OU5Q02 
Jlkmnbo, 0. C. 

95-006268 
Hoav, BaiiK 

95-O051JO 
Mailers, Q. P. 

95-001*36 
Moliley, Chris 

95-006131 
Moctiioka, HoriLakn 

93-001721 
Moclenutti, Dcatrtz E. 



95-00*791 
Moffett, I. J. J. 



HnfFUt, Christine H. 

*)5-OD't'i05 
Hugl, M. 



Mohn, R, K. 

93-005509 

95-006SD6 

Halm, llobert 

93-006'.20 

Holir, Michael S. 

95-006^21 
Molr, .Jonathan 

95-QO't56l 
Moki, Sliouzo Torta 

95-005757 
HokanoDs , Kflom! 

9. r )-00'i5IJ- 
Molloy, D, P. 
93-0050'i 'i 
Molloy, Daniel P. 

93-006132 
Molony, nrett VI. 

95-005S27 

Mcimot, Walter T. 

95-005595 

95-006528 

Mo unco i Mark K. 

93-006713 

95-006715 

Mimnglinn, P. 

93 - 005 d 75 

MoillsmUll, Stephen G. 

05-00670(1 
Monad, Jean-Louis 

05-005993 
HonanLves, Javier 

95-005 13B 
Montnbortl, L. 
95-00*991 
Honteleo Filho, Emygdio L. A. 

95-00071* 
Hontoleonc, I). M. 

95-006330 

Moittevecchi, W. A. 
95-OOQB70 



Montgomery, W. Linn 

95-005207 
Honzon, Florencia 

95-006762 

Moon, T. W. 

95-004957 

95-00*974 

95-005047 

Moon, Thomas W. 

95-005010 
Hooney, Jenny 

95-005758 
Moore, A. R. 
95-00/i796 
Moore, Craig A. 

95-005131 
Mora-Ferrer, C. 

95-00*917 
Morales, F. R. 

95-004B11 
Mo ran , P . 

95-005132 
Moran,.Paloma 

95-005103 
Mordvlnova, T. N. 

95-005851 

More, Tliomas A. 

95-006094 

95-006133 

95-006283 

Moreau, J, 

95-006*24 
Moreteau, Jean-Claude 

95-005383 

Morgan, C, R. 

95-006609 

Morgan, Gary S. 

95-005254 

95-005270 

95-005281 

Morgan, George 

95-006471 
Morgan, George E. 

95-006262 
Morgan, I, J. 
95-004918 
Morgan, J. Mark 

95-006271 

Morgan, M, Joanne 

95-005307 

95-006926 

Morgan, Mark J. 

95-006272 
Morgan, Michael N. 

55-005448 
Morgan, Raymond P. Ill 

95-006586 
Morgan i Raymond P., II, 

95-006652 

Morin, Mario P. 

95-004527 



95-006313 
Morinigo, H, A. 

95-005732 
Morita, Y. 

95-005027 
Moritz, Craig 

95-00613* 
Mork, J. 

95-005133 
Horrey, C, 

95-00/i919 
Morris, Molly R. 

95-00513* 

Morris, Tom 
95-005573 



FR 10(3) 



260 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



M-orrlson, Alastair 

95-005071 
Morrison, Carol 

95-005068 
Morsiani, E. 

95-004946 
Morton, Joseph D. 

95-004652 

95-004665 
Mosbacher, G. C. 

95-004679 
Moaca, Paul J. 

95-004B17 
Moaconi, G. 

95-004920 
Moser, Mary L. 

95-005406 
Mosey, Thaddeus R. 

95-004921 
Mounaix, Beatrice 

95-007010 
Houa, P. J. 

95-006422 
Moustafa, M, 

95-005741 
Movros, Bill 

95-006609 
Mower, Barry 

95-005893 

95-005944 
Moya, Andres 

95-005100 
Hoyle, Peter 

95-005268 
Moylc, Peter D. 

95-003235 

95-005696 

95-006135 

95-006530 

95-007029 

95-007030 

95-007031 

95-007032 

95-007038 

95-007039 

95-007042 

95-007045 

95-007046 

95-007061 

95-007062 

95-007063 

95-007064 

95-007065 
Moyle, Pctrea R. 

95-007064 
Mazes, N. 

95-004528 
Mrakovcic, Mi lor ad 

95-005588 
Kuchiri, S, H. 

95-006324 
Mueller, R. P. 

95-006S54 
Mugiya, Yasuo 

95-004710 
Muhamad, M. A. 
. 95-004862 
Muhlhauser, Hermann A. 

95-004406 
Muhvich, Ann G. 

95-005994 
Hulr, J, S. 

95-004971 
Mukai. Tntii 



...CONTINUED... 

Mukai, Tohru 

95-003340 

95-007004 

Mukherjeo, DiUp 

95-004781 
Mukhopadhyay , n, 

95-004922 
Mullan, J. W. 
05-006314 
Huller, Martin 

95-005815 
Hulvey, Margaret. 

95-005135 
Munby, Peter J. 

95-007011 
Munawar, M. 

95-006136 
Munday, B. W. 
95-004376 
Mungkornkarn, [>\mi\. 

95-00/.923 
MunUttrick, K. El. 

95-005894 
Munkittrick, Knlly B. 

95-005995 
MunoK-ChaptiU, Kiiimin 

95-004924 

Munoz, Jorge 

95-004406 

Munoz, M. J. 

95-005035 

Hunro, A. D. 

93-0049Q6 

95-005350 

95-005351 

Hunro, Angus D. 

95-005352 
Hunro, John L. 

95-005895 
Munroo, Thomas A. 

95-005681 
Munstji, J. 8. D. 

95-005947 
Murakami, Naozutnl 

95-006638 

Murawski, Stovoii A. 
95-006871 
95-006893 
Murlson, Laui-io 

95-006906 
Muroga, Kiyokunl 

95-005722 
Murphy Brian 
95-005496 
Murphy, Deirdro I.. 

95-005996 

Murphy, J, M. 

95-005077 

Murray, C. K. 

95-004711 

Murray, K. R. 

95-006610 

95-006632 

Murrell, K. D. 

95-005723 
Mugsot-PeroK, Sarnlth 

95-005698 
Mustafa, Md. G, 

95-004592 
Muth, Robert H. 

95-006137 
Muth, Robert T, 

95-005473 
Muzzall, Patrick H. 

95-005798 

Myers, J. M. 

95-005136 



270 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Myers, M. S. 

95-005997 
Myers, R. A. 

95-005308 
Myers, Ransom A. 

95-006870 
Myers, Robert F. 

95-005684 

95-005685 
Myers, Thomas J. 

95-006231 
Myouga, Hlaashi 

95-005S16 
Myrich, Christopher A. 

95-004925 
Naclitigall, W. 

95-004701 

95-006401 
Nngahama, Y, 

95-004019 
Nngal, Takeshi 

95-004926 
Nagao, Kazuhikb 

95-006872 
Nagasnwa, Kazuya 

95-005849 
Nngayama, Fliniio 

95-004926 
Nflgpal, Harender K. 

95-00599S 
Nalmo, Teresa J. 

95-006458 
Nalto, H. 

95-004927 
Nahagnva, II. 

95-004592 
Nakai, Katauki 

95-006437 
Hakai, Y. 

05-004927 
Naka J Iran , Kaauhi ro 

93-005755 

95-003817 
Nakamura, Motojl 

93-005026 
Hiiknmurn! Roy don 

95-OOS271 
Hakano, Slilgoni 

95-004837 
Hnkao, K. 

95-005027 
Hakaa]ilmn, Drlan S. 

95-005353 
Hdkaya, Kazuhiro 

95-004712 

95-005600 
Hakaya, Misako 

93-004928 
Hakazono, T. 

95-00'.S17 
Ntimrnack, Hartn 

95-007066 
Nankcrvis, James K. 

95-OOfiGll 
Nappi Jeffcoy M. 

95-OOSH23 
Naroyannn, K. 

95-004713 
Hash, Tom J, 

95-005915 
Hatnnak. llannn 

93-004963 
Hattianson, Michael II, 

95-005137 
Natural Areas Association 

95-006138 



Navarro, Gerardo 

95-006995 
Navarro, 1. 

95-004929 
Nawrocki, !,, W. 

95-005107 
Nazirides, T. 

95-006675 
Neelam, Dcenn 

95-005759 
Negatu, Zoleke 

95-004930 
Negele, R. D. 

95-005933 
Negele, R.-D. 

95-006031 
Ncgole, Rolf -Dieter 

95-006004 
NelilsEn, Willa 

95-006193 
Helll, William H, 

95-004931 

95-005309 
Neilaon, John D, 

95-006826 
Neig, Barbara 

95-006139 
Neitzel, Duanc A. 

95-004377 

95-005630 

95-OU6293 
Nelson, David H, 

95-006715 
Nelson, Edward 

95-006289 
Nelson, Rodger L. 

95-006618 
Nelson, W. 5. 

95-005734 
Ncmcsok, J. 

95-006026 

95-006027 
Ncori, A. 

95-004522 
Ncpszy, Steva 

95-005334 
Hero i Redwood W. 

95-007012 
Nostcrov, A. A. 

95-005310 
Neumann, Diotrich 

95-006583 
NeumDycr, C. 

95-00'i917 
Nevid, Nicholns J. 

95-004932 

93-004933 
New, Deborah A. 

95-006293 
Newbcrgcr, T, A. 

93-005311 
Newbountl, a. C. 

9S-005818 
Newconil), Tonmy J. 

95-006612 
Newell, A. J, 

95-006140 
Ncwey, S. 

95-005896 
Newman, Kurt R, 

95-006613 
Ncwmnn , Lee 

95-006342 
Newman h Raymond H. 

95-005477 
Neyfakh, A, A, 

95-005106 



FR 40(3) 



271 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Nezarni-Balouchi , S. A. 

95-006365 
fi'ezani, S. A. 
95-004474 
Nexlin, L. P. 
55-005850 
,'ilazi, Mohafiiriad Sadiq 

95-006873 
Hibbelink, Nathan P. 

95-00*1313 
Nibbio, B. 

95-004807 
NicGiibhainn, Saoirse 

95-004369 
Nichols, J. H. 

05-005589 
Nichols, Michelle L. 

95-006194 
Nicieza, Alfredo G. 

95-005531 
Nickerson, Paul 

95-006123 
Nickum, David 

95-006141 
Nlcol, Kimberley 

95-007032 
Nlcoli Tolosa, Leandra Hireya 

95-005738 
Nieland. David L. 

95-005370 
NIelander, William J. 

95-006874 
Nielsen, Larry A. 

95-006142 
fileraela, Eero 

95-005099 
Niemcla, Scott I. 

95-005999 
Nijhof, H. 

95-004593 
Nlkinnaa, Hlklto 

95-005033 
Nikolacva, V. H. 

95-005851 
Nikolaichuk, L. A. 

95-004733 
Nilsen, F. 

95-004907 
Nilsen, Frank 

95-005799 
Nilasen, Kjell T. 
95-005453 
95-005474 
NUsson, Goran E. 
95-004934 
95-C05017 
Ninomlya, Hanabu 

95-OD4935 
Nishlmoto, Robert T 

95-006564 
Nishlimira, llltoshi 

95-004936 
Itta, Eugene T. 

95-006875 
Nixon, Stephen W. 

95-005502 
Noakes, David L. n 

9S-005337 
Noble, Alicia C 

95-004652 
Noble, Dave 

95-004547 
Noble, R. Li 

95-005536 
"wW". Richard L. 

95-004H47 



.. .CONTINUED. . , 
Noble, Hlrlmril I-. 



95-OOOfiW^ 
Hoble, Sisiiilfit M. 

93-006100 
Nogn , E . J . 

05-0057<J7 
Nogaloa, M. 

95-OQ!iiWS 
Nohi-stodl, DniiH- 

95-OOfl571 
Noltc, David A. 

95-0061/1/1 
Homurn, Sol-smm) 

95-005760 
Nomura, Tut siili'li 

95-0057,17 
NonnotLu, <!. 



93-006877 
95-00607(1 

Northwest Ati. 
95-D062ia 

Norton, filivin 



Hoonan, fir J nil 

95-005761 
NortUn, lUcfc 

35-000000 
Horoikn, Jntin 

95-00636* 
No cmnti , F . I . 

95 -005/1 70 
Northcotn, r lli(wn.iri li. 

93 -OOC fili 1 . 
NorUicut, It. (Jh'illl 

05-004 70fl 
Northi-ldga, Nltnon I'. 



Unit 



NOBS, RQCI! F, 
95-QQ6lft!i 
NotarbartGlo-i(ll.-!i<rHnt, 

95-OOS7GC 
NougnyrndB, 1'h. 

95-00372', 
Novae , C . 

93-005703 
Novah, Jalin T. 

95-00', fi7Z 
Novlhov, G. (J. 

95-003260 
Novitsky, A. L, 

95-00569.1 
Novoa , B , 

95-003819 
Noya, M, 

95-005762 

Noya, Manual 

93-005763 

Nayan, E h L. 

95-005117 

NozQhl, H. 

95-00503;. 

Nozaht, Mamunl 

95-00/.339 

95-005012 

Nugent, Rachal A, 

95-00696I 1 ! 
Nunez; Espinoaa, Jono Ki 

95-005738 

Munez, Solednd 

95-005770 

95-005777 

Nurnbarg, GarLi-ml K, 
95-006198 



272 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Nxomnni, C. D. 

95-006146 
Nyluilii., A.. 

95-005820 
O 'Boyle, K. 

95-00&727 

95-00 &928 
O'Doyle, R. N. 

95-006855 
O'Brien, D. G. 

95-006999 
O'Brien, John F. 

95-005323 
O'Conncll, M. F. 

95-006630 
O'Connor, IJ. I. 

95-005986 

95-005987 
O'Connor, Daniel V. 

95-OOfi670 
O'llaLloran, K. 

95-005920 
O'Hara, K. 

95-006147 
O'Harc, D. B. 

95-004940 
Q'lliilgin, Co 1m 

95-005101 
G'l.auglilln, J. 

95-006577 
G'l.&airy, Joseph T. 

05-006273 
O' Belli, Graeme 

95-005309 
0' Shea, Daniel T. 

95-000615 
Oberlc, M. 



Ochkur, S. I, 

95-004800 
Odd s son, Goir 

95-006353 
Oiloh, MuEeed 

95-006378 
Ogaaavara, Tsuyoshl 

95-Q04B53 
Qgawa, K. 

95-005053 
Ogawa , Kaauo 

95-005800 

95-005801 
Ggrfon, John C, 

95-OOCOB1 
Ogiar rte Bnulny, H. 

95-005769 
Ogle, Derek II. 

95-005477 

95-005532 
OfiLesby, R, T. 

95-006499 
Oh, Ick-Kawi 

93-006271 

95-006272 
Q1, Hyung-Joo 

93-005821 

95-005822 
Qhara, No burn 

95-005760 
OlilcnforsL, Frans Heinricli 

95-006655 
Olino, Atauslii 

95-0046B6 
Ohta, Hi torn! 

95-004941 
Ohta , Hasahiro 

95-004615 



Ohta, Masataka 

95-005516 
Oikaua, Shin 

95-004942 
Oiahl, T. 

95-0050Z7 
Ojerta, F. Patriclo 

95-004943 
Ojalick, E. J. 

95-004407 
Oka, Yosliitatta 

95-004B63 

95-005060 
Okainoto , N . 

95-005113 

95-005116 
OkomoLo, Nobuaki 

95-005715 
Okiynma , Muneo 

95-005165 
Okiiimira, lliromi 

95-004344 
OkiiKnwa, Koiclii 

95-004flfi3 
Olah, J. 

95-004473 

93 -00 4474 

95-006364 

95-006365 
Oldawage, W, II. 

93-005853 

95-005854 
Oleson, N. J. 

95-005S03 
Olivn, Harcclo 

95-003Q45 
Oliver, Chrla 

95-000879 
Oliver, John 

95-005976 
Olivier, . 

95-00-4796 
Olio, 1). I,, 

95-005225 
Ollnvlor, F. 

95-003066 
Olacn, Anno llovlt 

95-004400 
Olaon, Alan D. 

95-006616 
Olson, 0). P, 

93-005997 
Olson, Percy 

95-006091 
Olsson, Anders 

95-000001 
Olas-.awska, Anna 

95-006002 
OmbrcdnriG, Dominique 

93-006617 
Omoljaniukt llolicrt J. 

95-004996 
On R , 5. I. 

93-004608 
Ongortli, Jerry K, 

93-003765 
Onjukka, s. T. 

95-005808 
Ono, Hldeki 

93-005101 
Ooka-Soucla , Sndnho 

95-005196 
Oo at ingli, I, 

95-006019 
Opacak, A. 

95-004554 



FR 40(3) 



273 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Opacak, Andjelko 

95-004594 
Oporto, Jorge A. 

95-006907 
Opperhulzeti, Antoon 

95-006035 
Oprea, L. 

95-005705 
Opuszynska, Wanda 

95-004475 
Opuszynski, Karol 

95-004475 
Orach-Meza, F. L, 

95-006423 
Orban, L. 

95-005110 
Orlob, G, T. 
95-006496 
Ormerod, S. J. 

95-005879 
Orr, Michael W, 

95-006530 
Orr, Wes 

95-004547 
Orringer, S. L. 

95-005354 
Oral, Joseph A. 

95-006880 
Ortega, Herbert 

95-005936 
Orth, D. J. 

95-005541 

Orth, Donald J. 

95-006148 

95-006604 

Ortiz, H. 

95-004945 

Osato, Shinko 

95-004454 

95-004476 

Osborne, Randall 

93-006300 

ostland, V. E. 

95-004882 

95-005753 

95-005754 

95-005764 

Oteme, Ziriga JOSUG 

95-005070 
Otis, Keith J. 

95-005907 
Ottobre, J. s. 

95-004784 
Ottolenghi, C, 

95-004946 

Oudit, Gavin Y. 

95-OD4773 

95-004947 

Oulmi, Y. 

95-006003 
Oulni, Yasmina 

95-006004 
Oven, L. S. 

95-006149 
Overton, C. Kerry 
95-006232 
93-006618 
Owen, C. 

95-003870 
Owsley, David E. 

95-004660 

Oxenford, Hazel A. 
95-005581 
95-005590 
95-005591 
Oyarzun G,, Giro 
95-005682 



Oyarzun, Giro 

95-005138 
Ozdamar, Emin 

95-006881 
Pace, M. L. 

95-006300 
Pace, .Michael 1,. 

95-006363 
Pacey, C, 

95-006695 
Pacific Fishery Miimwrcc-nt 

95-006882 

Pack, Michael 

95-004598 

95-004599 

95-004600 

Paclibare, J. 0- 

95-005784 
Page, Fred 

95-006826 
Pages, T. 

95-004948 
Pagnotta, AnUmclln 

95-004949 
Painter, Dick 

95-007042 
Palavage, Drew H. 

95-006151 
Palecek, J. 

95-005126 
Palenzuela, 0. 

95-005766 
Palmegiano, G. B. 

95-004552 
Palmisano, Aldo N. 

95-005742 
Palomo Martinez, Olorln Uiu 

95-004378 
Palsson, S. 

95-005073 
Panalotidi, A, I. 

35-004719 

Panek, Frank M. 

95-006883 

95-006884 

Paniagua, Ricanlo 

95-004677 
Papp, Zs. 

95-005118 
Pappantoniou, A. 

95-005592 
Parazo, M. H. 
95-004529 
Pardo, Nelaon M. 

93-004403 
Parin, N. V. 
95-005568 
95-005669 
Pa rial, G. 
95-004441 
95-004692 
Park, Yong-Seok 
95-004714 
95-004950 
95-004951 
Parker, E. R, 
95-005533 
Parker, Gary 
95-006626 
Parker, Ingrld H. 

95-006329 
Parker, Nick C. 

93-004408 
Parker, Robert M. 
95-005272 
95-006670 



274 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Parker, S. J. 

95-005212 
Parker, Sandra K. 

55-005087 
parmanne, Raimo 

95-000716 
Parpoora, I. Z. 

95-004715 
Parrish, Donna L. 

95-005651 
Parrlzaa, Marcelina 

95-004952 
Parrot, Joanne L. 

95-006005 
Parsley, Michael J. 

95-006619 
Parsons, Glenn R. 

95-005D23 
Part, P. 

95-005059 
Pascho, Ronald J. 

95-0057'.2 

95-005765 
PascviaL, Miguel A. 

95-005407 
Pasaar-iell.o, H, 

95-005280 
Patarnello, Tomaso 

95-00507/1 
Pate, Jennifer 

95-006150 
Pati , Debananda 

95-00*953 
Patino, Reynaldo 

95 -00', 954 
Patrick, E. Vincent 

95-006994 
Patrick, Ruin 

95-006151 
Patzner, Robert A. 

95-006569 
Paugy, Didier 

95-005580 
Paul, ft, J, 

95-004955 
Paul, J. M. 

D5-OQ4955 
Paulin, Michncl G. 

95-005213 
Pnulsen, Charles H, 

95-006660 
Paulson, Hn tt hew J. 

95-00521/1 
Pauly, D. 

95-006424 
Pavlov, D, 5. 

95-005215 

95-005216 

95-005(|08 
Pavlova, M. E. 

95-005693 
Pavson, H. G, 
95-005273 
95-006273 
95-006325 
Payne, p. Michael 

95-006885 
1'ayne, Holier t N, 

95-006468 
Paz de Miguel, Maria 

95-OOA677 
Pazos, Francinco 

93-005756 
Peacock, G. 
95-006727 
95-006928 



Pearce, .John U. 

95-005897 

95-006866 
Pearcy, William G. 

95-005382 
Pearsons, Todd N. 

95-006299 
Peddemors, Vic 

95-006294 
Pedcrsen, Karl 

95-005766 
Pederaen, Hark 

95-005160 
Pedersen, Soren Anker 

95-005478 
Pedrctti, John W. 

95-004490 

95-004491 
Peeler, James T. 

95-004431 
Pekar, F. 

95-004473 

95-00636') 

95-006365 
Pelletier, Georges 

95-005041 
Fellett, Thomas D. 

95-006445 
Pollett, Ton 

95-006511 
Pembcrton, David 

95-006887 
Penaloza, Itaquel 

95-004406 
Penczak, T. 

95-006233 
Fondas, A. M. 

95-005132 
Pendas, Alberto M. 

95-005103 
Petition, Carlos 

95-004893 
Peng, Chun 

95-004956 
Penman, D. J. 

95-005136 
Pcpin, P. 

95-005593 
Pepin, Pierre 

95-005355 

95-006425 
Popper, Ian 

95-005936 
Pcqucno R. , German 

95-005594 
Pcqueno, German 

95-005683 
Pcrchec, G. 

95-004477 

95-004756 
Percgrim, K. M. 

95-OQ'i 725 
Poreira, G. 

95-004957 
Poretz, Y. 

95-004443 

95-005085 
Porez Ponce do Leon, Gorardo 

95-005855 
Perez-Figares, J. M. 

95-004888 
Perez-Sanchez, Jaurae 

95-004893 

95-004958 
Perez, Sara I. 

95-005824 



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1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Perkins, Perk 

95-006274 
Perra, Paul 

95-006888 
Perrlere, C. 

95-00(1825 

95-G04991 
Perriii, N. 

95-006 H26 
Perrin, W. F. 

95-006738 
Perrin, William F. 

95-006889 

95-006890 

95-006891 

95-00702/1 
Perry, Sue A. 

95-006612 
Perry, William B. 

95-006612 
Persat, II. 

95-005489 
Persell, John S. 

95-005898 
Pesca (Mexico) 

95-006892 
Petek, F. 

95-004825 
Peter, R. E. 

95-004/159 

95-004875 

95-004879 

95-004959 
Peter, Richard E. 

93-004794 

95-004956 
Paterman, Larry G. 

95-006152 
Peterroan, Randall H. 

95-006792 
Peters, N. 

95-005823 
P-eters, R, C. 

95-004838 
Peters, Robert H. 

95-006055 
Petersen, James H. 

95-005499 
Petersen, P. H. 

95-005073 
Peterson, Allen E., Jr. 

95-006893 
Peterson, N. Phil 

95-003140 
Peterson, R. 

95-005534 
Peterson, R. H. 

95-00*1960 
Peterson, William T, 

95-006694 
Petersson, Erik 

95-005139 
Petit, M. 

95-006894 

Petltjean, H, 

95-004562 

95-004595 

Petran, A. 

95-006216 
Pettell, R. 

95-004571 

Petrere, Miguel, Jr. 
95-005552 
95-005553 
Petrocci, Charles 
95-006895 



Petroff, B. K. 

95-004784 
Pettersen, E. Fnuaa 

95-004961 
Pettersen, G. W. 

95-004H49 
Peuhkuri, Nina 

95-005535 
Peyton, R. Ben 

95-006254 
Peyton, Scott 

95-006620 
Pfeffer, E. 

95-004601 

95-004602 
Pfeffer, Ernst 

95-004598 

95-004599 

95-004600 
Phelpa, Ronald P. 

95-005275 
Plillipp, David P. 

95-005095 
Phillppart, Jean Claude 

95-004379 
Phillips, All 

95-006229 
Phillips, J. M. 

95-005536 
Phillips, L. J. 

95-005978 
Plilips, Edward J. 

95-006473 
Phyne, John 

95-004380 
Piacka, V. 

95-006024 
Piasecki, W. 

95-005856 
Picard, Chris A. 

95-006528 
Picard, Chris H. 

95-005595 
Piccoli, P. M. 

95-004997 
Pickering, A. D. 

95-004967 
Pickering, Helen J. 

95-006896 
Pickett, G. D. 

95-006275 
Piedrahita, Raul IE. 

95-004&57 
Piegay, H. 

95-006621 
Pierantoni, Riccurdo 

95-004794 
Pierce, Clay L. 

95-005508 

95-005520 

95-005524 

95-005537 

95-005539 
Piercey, G. E. 

95-004757 
Pierotti , Raymond 

95-006153 
Pignatare, Juditli 

95-005119 
Pike, D. G. 

95-006897 
Pikitch, Ellon K. 

95-006353 

95-006792 
Pilarczyk, Andrzej 

95-004596 



FR 40(3) 



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191 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Pillay, T. V. R. 

95-004381 
Finder, A- W. 
95-004824 

Pinedo, Maria Cristina 
95-006898 
95-OD6B99 
Pinkerton, Evelyn 
95-006154 
95-006900 
Pinnny, Chris 

95-000689 
Pinney, Chris A. 

95-0066BB 
Plnsesit, David L. 

95-005355 
Piraccini, G. 
95-13041)03 
Plsaiio r Janice A. 

95-006232 

Piaano, Mark S. 

95-006326 

95-006622 

95-006623 

Piskorski, P. 

95-006200 

Plater, E, P. 

95-006155 

Plstei-, Edwin P. 

95-00 &064 

95-007029 

95-007030 

95-007031 

95-007032 

Pitcher, T. J. 

93-005483 
Pitlo, John , Jr. 

9:5-005409 
Pitman, Veronica H. 

95-006319 
Planas, J. 

95-OQ'i929 
Planas, Jose 
95-OOti952 
Plancllas, Mnrio 

95-005100 
PUnte, Stove 

95-006068 
Plattfi, William S. 

95-007050 
Plaut, I. 

95-004962 
PLisotakaya, Erika M, 

95-004952 
Plumb, John A. 

95-005767 
Podhorny, J. 
95-005951 
Pae, Tlionaa P. 
95-OQ55'i4 
95-006358 
95-006379 
Polaclieek, T. W. 

95-006929 

Polekslc, V, D. 

95-005901 

Poll, n. M. 

95-004'i'U 

93-004828 
Pollard, Barbara 

95-006901 
Pollock, Kenneth II, 

95-005312 

95-Q06<112 
Potlock, T. L. 

95-006220 



Poloa, Joseph C. 

95-006156 
Poltavchuk, H. A. 

95-006624 
Polunin, Nicholas V. C. 

95-006858 
Palyhos, Cs. 
95-006026 
Polzonetti-Magni h A. M. 

95-004920 
Ponain, P. 

95-005217 
Poncin, Pascal 

95-006061 
PondH, Phadrca Dencae 

95-006157 
Pongania, David. J. 

95-006625 
Pont, D, 

95-00-5560 

Pont, Didiar 

95-005561 

Pon/a, SupaL 

95-00^.439 

Ponzetta, H. P. 

95-004692 
Popek, Wlortzimieri;: 

95-00'.963 
Porak, Wesley F. 

95-005433 
Porak, Westley 

95-006690 
Porta, S. 

95-004807 
porteiro, C, 
95-005485 
Porter, Julie H. 

95-005410 
Porter, Marfc 
95-004769 
Porter, Steven H. 

95-005546 
Porter, T. R. 
95-006630 
Post, David M. 

95-006363 
Post, John K- 
95-004964 
Poatlethwalte, Emma K, 

95-004965 
Poston, Fred L. 

95-00618', 
Potak, Katho tints K. 

95-005312 
Potelov, Vlacllmlr 

93-005474 
Potestas, I. 0. 

95-00',524 
PototakiJ, I. V. 

95-004829 
Potter, A. 

95-004409 
Potter, I. C. 
95-004966 
Pottingar, N. Diane 

95-006629 

Pottinger, T, 0. 

95-004749 

95-004967 

95-005918 

Potts, Jennifer C, 

95-005538 
Potts, W. T, W, 

95-004918 
Pou, M. N. 
95-004428 



FR 40(3) 



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1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Pouilly, H. 

95-006427 
Poulin, Robert 

95-005857 
Poulos, Christine 

95-006286 
Povz, Mcta 
95-005588 
95-006158 
Pow, David V. 
95-00/i96fl 
Powell, Eithne 

95-005758 
Powell, J. F. F. 

95-005069 
Powell, Mark D. 

95-006006 
Powell, Richard 

95-005758 
Powell, S. F, 
95-005136 
Powell, Thomas H. 

95-006704 
Power, G. 

95-006428 
Power, Geoffrey 

93-006560 
Power, M, 

95-006428 
Power, Mary E. 

93-006626 
Powers, Dennis A, 

95-005661 
Poznyak, V. G. 

95-005659 
Praderl, Rieardo 

9S-006902 
Prado, Joel 

95-006903 
Praselt, Edward D. 

95-004633 
Prat, F. 

95-004503 
PreaLl, R. j, 
95-006159 
Prerndas, P. D. 

95-005725 
Prendergast, Angela F. 

95-004580 
Prendergast, Linda A. 

95-006574 
Propaa, Ellie 

95-005985 
Presley, B. J. 

95-005976 
Press, C. McL. 

95-005768 
Preston, Gregory H, 

95-005912 
Preston, R, j, 

95-006246 
Price, Nicholas C. 

95-005759 
Price, p. 

95-005902 
Price, Rene M. 

95-006652 
Prilutzky, A. 

95-004661 
Primavera, Jurgenne H. 

95-004500 
Prttchard, John 

95-005093 
Pritchard, Wilson C. 

95-005502 
Proch, S. D. 

95-006590 



Prochazka, K, 
95-005356 
Proctor, Cfflig tl. 

95-005151 
Proebstel, Don S, 

95-006160 
Proenza, FvalJo 

95-006985 
Prokes, H. 

95-005120 
Prosser, II. J, 

95-005870 
Prosser, Norvilio 

95-006101 
Proulx, Eugene 

95-007013 
Provenzano K., Fiviui-ls 

95-005596 
Provotorova, A. N. 
95-00530. 1 ) 
95-005337 
Prud'homme, Anne -Hurl*- 

95-005942 

Prunet, P. 

95-004740 

95-005918 

Przybyl, AntoTii 

95-004582 
Pudadera, H. J. , .li . 

95-004524 
Pulsford, A. I,. 

95-0049C9 
Purvis, W. K, 

95-006545 
Pusey, Bradley- J . 
95-005479 
95-006627 
Putman, John H. 
95-005520 
95-005530 
Puviani, A. C. 

95-004946 
Pyle, Michael T. 

95-00623'i 
Quan Han f ens 
95-004530 
Quentel, C. 

95-005769 
Quesada, Juan A. 

95-004678 
Quinitio, G. F. 

95-004371 
quinn, Jeffrey W, 

95-006628 
Quinn, Stevo 
95-006161 
Quinn, Thomas I', 
95-004866 
95-005140 
95-005407 
95-005417 
95-005540 
95-006295 
Quintero, S. 
95-006007 
Quiros, Rolando 

95-006233 
Quiroz B., Roger 

95-005277 
Qureshi, I, H, 

95-006046 
Rab, H. A. 

95-005702 
Rab, p. 

95-005126 
95-005141 



278 



AUTHOR INDEX 



:abanal, Hcnninlo R. 

95-004362 
abeni, Charles F. 

95-006641 
labuor , C. O. 

95-006276 
Lachlin, J. W. 

95-005480 
Lad ford, Dtiane S. 

95-006162 
tadko, Michael A. 

95-006618 
[ado H. , Edgar 

35-006977 
ladonski, Gil 

95-006163 
ladovsky, Frank J. 

95-0055-97 
laatke, Richard L, 

95-005547 
la tlimz - Neto , Joao 

95-004573 
lady, A. A. 

95-006026 
ia|;a, J. Antonio 

55-006762 

ulu, N. 

95-005018 
Paul J. 

95-006387 
ilEiJiel, Frank J. 

95-005598 
itiihraann, II- 

95-005951 

95-006031 
(Uaibley, Paul T. 

95-006327 
Rallsbock, Steven F. 

95-006629 
Raines, Peter S. 

95-007011 
R in rile i Ron J. 

95-004981 
Rakaj, H. 

95-006164 
Ralston, April Osmer 

5-005218 
Rein, Muralidhar 

95-005955 
Raman, A. 

95-004862 

Ramos, A. G. 

95-006891 

Ramos, Casto 



Rnnos, J. 

95-00'i503 
Ramos, R. 

95-006750 
RBIIU, K, 

95-004383 
Rana, K. J. 

95-004739 

95-OOH97Q 

9S-00513Q 
Randall, C. F. 

95-00/1971 
Randall, CUve 

95-OOA769 
Randoll, D. J. 

95-004766 
Randall, David 

95-004972 

95-004973 
Randall, David J. 

05-005003 



...CONTINUED... 

Randall, David J. 

95-005004 

95-005040 

Randall, J. K. 

95-005599 

Randall, John E. 

95-005663 

95-005681 

95-0056B5 

95-005666 

95-005687 

Ranta, Esa 

95-005535 
Rno, Rayavarapu J. 

95-006904 
Rash, W. MarK 

95-005876 
Raahidi, B. B. 

95-00446B 

Rasmusaen, Joseph B. 
95-005524 
95-005537 
95-006432 
Raamuaaen, L. E. L. 

95-0048B9 
Ratajczak, R-obert E., Jr. 

95-005391 
Ratnayake-Lecamvaaam, Mnno-ja 

95-005087 
Ratzon, S. 

95-004528 
Ran It, S. 

95-005929 
Ravaglia, M. A. 

95-004716 
Raven, Peter II. 

95-005597 
Rawllnaon, H. J. F. 

95-005349 
Re, P. 

95-005400 

Kea, Matthew 

93-006595 

Read, Andrew 

95-006906 

Read, Andrew J, 

95-006905 

Read, Martin G. 

95-005479 

95-006627 

Rochlin, Otto 

95-006710 
RecoubratsUy , A. V. 

95-00508C 
RQddin> Davo G. 

95-006931 
Redding, D. G. 

95-006630 
Reddy, P. K. 
95-004974 
Reed, Ralph L. 

95-00491'. 
Rccvoa, William C. 

95-006686 
Rcgier, Henry A. 

95-006165 
Reid, E, Leif 

95-007067 
Reid, II. P. 

95-006006 
Reid, Scott D. 

95-004973 
Reid, Steve G. 

95-004976 

ReiinGchEiissel, Rcnate 
93-005994 



FR 40(3) 



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1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Reiner t, Robert E. 

95-Q06166 

Reiri;-, Luis 

95-005531 

Reltan, L. j. 

95-005768 

Rejwan, C. 

95-005358 
Remmick, Ron 
93-006167 
Rerapel, Robert E. 

95-006528 
Renard, Philippe 

95-005016 
Render, Jeffrey H. 

95-005219 
Rene, Francois 

95-004478 
Renfro, Dennis 

95-006690 
Rennert, D. 

95-004410 
Renouf, Deane 

95-006887 
Rentier-Delruc, F. 

95-004746 
Resetarits, William J., Jr , 

95-005645 
Restrcpo, Victor R, 

95-006429 
Keyer, Jleina-Ulrich 

95-005359 
Reyea-Gavilan, Felipe G 

95-005331 
Reyes, D. H. , Jr. 

95-004529 
Reyes, Julio C. 
95-006907 
95-006949 
95-006950 
95-006951 

Reynolds, James B. 
95-004977 
95-005646 
Reynolds, John D, 

95-005360 
Reynoldson, Trefor B 

95-006501 
Rlbbink, A. J, 

95-006146 
Ricci, D. 

93-004946 
Rice, C. D. 

95-006009 

Rice, James A. 

95-005502 

95-005637 

Richard, Barton A. 
95-005068 
95-005220 
Richard, William H., J r 

95-006236 

Richards, Andrew H. 
95-006908 
95-006909 
Richards, Gary P 

95-004978 

Richards, Laura J. 
95-006430 
95-006910 
Richards, V. L. 

95-006010 
Richardson, Carol A, 

95-006328 

Richman, N. Harold ITT 
95-OQ506H 



Richmonds, C. R. 

95-005947 

Richter, C. j. j. 

95-004479 

95-005122 

Richter, Martha 

95-004717 
Ricklefs, Robert E, 

95-005600 
Riddy, H. D. 
95-006942 
Ridge, William J. 

95-004669 
Ridgway, H. S. 

95-005358 
Ridgway, Hark S. 

95-005426 
Ridha, M. T. 
95-004506 
Ridley, Jonathon H. 

95-007011 
Ridoux, Vincent 

95-005481 
Rieberger, Kevin 

95-006000 
Riechers, Robin K. 

95-006277 

Rieman, Bruce E. 

95-005601 

95-006631 

Riepe, D. 

95-006785 

Rigby, Peter 

95-005071 

Riley, Janet 

95-004384 

Riley, H. W. 

95-005858 

Rincon, P. A. 

95-006602 

Rincon, Pedro A, 

95-005221 
Ringler, tj. H, 
95-005627 
95-006168 
95-006214 
95-006502 
95-006590 
93-006608 
95-006609 
95-006632 
Rinne, John N. 
95-006237 
95-007068 
Ripple, William J. 

95-006169 
Risser, Paul G. 

95-006170 
Ritchie, Peter A. 

95-005074 
Rivadenoira, Victor 

95-006265 
Rivier, J, E. 
95-005069 
Rivoalen, j, j. 

95-006772 
Robaina, Lidia 

95-004569 
Robb, L. 

95-005450 
Robba, M, 

95-005929 
Roberts, Frank L. 

95-005607 

Roberts, Kenneth J. 
95-006911 



FR 40(3) 



2SO 



1991 



AUTHOR INDEX 



-006431 
, R. J. 

3.5-005795 

, Ronald J. 

O5 -Q04 351 

arts, Tyson El. 



Rokosh, D. A. 
95-006020 
Uollin, X. 



-005 602 



ottet-tson, I. 

95 -Q06991 
'obet-tson, John 

95-006194 

95-006503 
*otiis , e . Richard 

O5-Q05603 
to b i m j on , B. W. 

O5-QQ54B2 
lobinson, Beren, W. 

05-00*718 
'obi it son, C. Lance 

O5- 006959 
tabinson, Edwin II. 

OS -001587 

O5-O04597 
Robinson, J. 

05-005859 
'Qblnson, R. L. 

OB -005483 
'olaohm, Richard A. 

OS-OO'.OTQ 
toTjotTinin, P. W. J. 

eS-OO'.O'iO 
toclicitr^J, Erich 

J3-O0703Q 
^otlcl , p. Helen 

95-O05222 
totlc. Michael 

95-O06633 
toctciiutscord, H. 

O5-OOA6flt 

O3-OO/.602 
locletiutscord, Harkus 

05-00^508 

05-00^599 



s, Leonnrd J. 
O5-O05275 
iodric-fc, Gary E. 



, Martha 



tad.irl.gucz, flnincn B. 

OS -00^1193 
lodrigtiez, llusty J. 

O5-OQ5783 
!otl r iswezi Sylvin 

05-00562^ 
IDG , Brian 

Q5- 006651 
toed . K. I], 

9S-O05751 
loed , Knut II. 

9D-Q05752 
logers r Cliristophor 

O5-O06912 
to go re , Sara J, 



nbuck , Jauoplt W. 
Q5-0062/,a 
toll tie i Klaus 



[olilf, Daniel 

Q5- 006634 
lojas Beltran, Ricardo 

95-O06301 



Romalde, Jesus L. 

95-005756 

95-005770 

95-005777 
Rombout, J. H. W. M. 

95-004367 

95-005042 
Romostanrt, Bernard 

95-OOH7G3 
Rondorf, Dennis W. 

95-005052 
Roni, Philip 

95-005540 
Ronis, M. J. J. 

05-004993 
Ronncstad, I. 

95-004980 
Rooljahkers, J. B. M. A. 

95-005042 
Rookcr, Jay R. 

95-0054Q4 
Rooa-Collins, Richard 

95-006171 
lioos , N , 

95-006366 
Roper, J. 

95-005861 
Ropke, Andreas 

95-0056B9 
Roaati, Ronald 

95-004481 

95-004fi02 
Hose, G. A. 

95-005179 
Rose, K. A. 

95-006435 
Roae, Kenneth A. 

95-005647 

93-006449 
Rose, Sheldon H. 

95-006172 
Rosecchi, E, 

95-005411 
Rosenlund, llruce D. 

95-007041 
Itoacnltmd, (i, 

95-004591 
Roacnow, H, 

93-004910 

95-004911 

95-004912 
Roaonow, Heidc 

95-004583 
Rosenqvist, Gunilla 

95-005223 
Itosonthnl, H. 

95-004385 

93-004523 
Rosen tlial, Ilarnld 

95-004354 

95-004386 
Itoss, Robert M, 

95-004411 

95-004414 
Ross, Stove W. 

95-005406 
Rossatto, Delia L. 

95-004675 
Roasi, Loreto 

95-005436 
Bossier, Olivier 

95-005412 



FU 40(3) 



281 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Rosso, L. 

95-005746 
Rostant, Elizabeth S. 

95-004981 

Rothbard, S. 

95-004482 

95-004879 

Roubal, F. R. 

95-005862 

Rountree, Rodney A. 

95-005604 
Rourke, A. W. 
95-004982 
Rowan, David J. 

95-006432 
Rowland, William J. 

95-005224 
Roy, C. 

95-005485 
Roy, Chris tiane 

95-005629 
Roy, Nirmal K. 

95-005984 
Roy, Sashwati 

95-006011 
Royce, William 

95-006181 

Ruban, G. I, 

95-004719 

Rubin, J, F. 

95-005361 

95-006426 

Rubin, J.-F. 

95-007014 

Hudershausen, Paul V 

95-006557 
Rudstam, L. G. 

95-006469 

Rudstam, Lara G. 

95-005486 

95-006433 

Ruesink, Jennifer L. 

95-006329 
Ruffino, Nauro Luis 

95-006635 
Rugen, William C. 

93-005567 
Ruiz Rejon, C, 

95-005670 
Ruiz Rejon, M. 

95-005670 
Ruaansky, C. 
95-005887 
Rusch, Kelly A. 

95-004663 
Russell, G. 

95-006102 
Buasell, p, H, 

95-005861 
Rust, Michael B, 

95-004983 
Rutan, Barbara J, 

95-004810 

Rutherford, Edward S 
95-005313 
95-005647 
Rutten, Otto C. 

95-006395 
Ruzycki, E. 

95-OOS870 
Ryan, David 
95-005953 
Ryan, Joseph D. 

95-006321 
Ryan, M. J, 

95-005144 



Ryan, Michael J. 

95-005134 
Ryasantsevna E, 1. 

95-005317 
Ryer, C. H. 

95-005225 
Sablln-Yavorakiy, A. D. 

95-005168 
Sabo, M. J. 

95-005541 
Saborowskl, R. 

95-004984 
Sacchero, G. 
95-005911 
Saconov, Ju. G. 

95-005297 
Sadovy, Yvonne 

95-OD4720 
Saeki, Fiunlhiro 

95-004944 
Safe, Stephen 

95-005976 
SaEner, R. 

95-004415 
Safronov, A. M. 

95-006402 
Saglam, N. 

95-005726 
Sah, Jnyslngh 

95-006279 
Saha, Madhury R. 

95-0044B7 
Saila, Saul B. 

95-005112 
Saino, Nicola 

95-005487 
Saintin, P. 

95-00^731 
Salto, Toshiyuki 

95-004723 

Eakai, M. 

95-004985 

95-00577L 

Sakai, Haaahiro 

95-005772 

Sakamoto, T, 

95-005115 

95-005116 

Sakamoto, Toahio 

95-006832 
Sakamoto, Wataru 

95-005393 
Sakuma, Toocu 

95-006913 
Sakuma, Yoshlaki 

95-006914 
Saluiral, Makoto 

95-004721 
Sakurai, Yasunori 
95-004714 
95-004930 
93-004951 
Sakuramoto, Kazumi 

95-006881 
Salati, F. 

95-005773 

Sale, Michael J. 

95-006667 

95-007027 

Sale, Mike 

93-006539 
Salekhova, L. P. 

95-006149 

Salem, A. A. 

93-005950 

Salewski, Volker 

95-005616 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Sallii, Maria 

95-004569 
Salini, J, P. 

95-005129 

95-005534 
Ealo, E. 0. 

95-005276 
Salojarvi, Kalervo 

95-006344 
Sanatne, Manuel 

95-005277 
SananiegQ, Jorge 

95-006775 
Sant-Deinmerle, Susanne 

95-004810 
3 ami a, Andrew J. W, 

95-006012 
Sanpa til-Kumar, R. 

95-004966 
Sairipaih, K. 

95-005969 
Sanpath , Kunchi Lham 

95-005970 
Sample, W. David 

95-004483 
Sampson i David B . 

95-006434 
Sanchez Volasco, Laura 

95-005605 
Sanrtorcock, F. K. 

95-005279 
Sanders en, Hakan T. 

95-006822 
SaiuSheinrich, Mark D. 

95-005401 
Saniilno, A. H- 

93-005713 
Sandnes , K . 

95-004544 
Sanilrock, Oliver 

95-005606 
Sanger , David 

95-005607 
Sano, Mltauhiro 

95-001714 
Sano, Natsumi 

95-005713 
Sana , Tokua 

95-005813 

95-005825 
Santamarlna, M. T. 

95-004808 
Santlc, Mate 

95-001967 
Santos, C. T. C. 

95-00<i9fl8 
Santos, M. J. 

95-0058*3 
Santos, Uicardo Sorrao 

95-005319 
Sarttos, Ysabcl 

95-005756 
Satituccl, Victor J,, Jc, 

95-005648 
Sanyal, Nick 

95-006244 

95-000278 
Sargent, J. R. 

93-004989 
Sargent, John R. 

95-004752 

95-005035 
Saricyyupoglu, M. 

95-005726 
Sarig, S. 

95-004434 



Sarkka h Jukka 

95-006013 
Sarzanini, C. 

95-005911 
Sasagawa, Ichiro 

95-004990 
Sato, Georgina H. 

95-007062 
Sato , Yoshinori 

95-005813 
Satoli, Chieko 

95-004710 
Satoli, El. 

95-004740 
Satoli, N. 

95-004740 
Saurtov, Y. S. 

95-004722 
Saner, Jennifer S, 

95-006458 
Saundeua, It. 1.. 

95-004509 

95-004803 
Sauviflt, H.-P. 

95-004991 
Savinykti, V. F. 

95-005542 
Sawano, Keiictii 

95-004895 
Sawhill, Steven G. 

95-006173 
Saxena, P. K. 

95-004999 
Sayer, N. D. J. 

95-005279 
Sazonov, Yuri I. 

95-005676 
Scaglinne, A. 

95-006785 
Scalot, Charles G. 

95-006174 
Scarnocchia, Dennis L, 

95-006518 
Schael, Denisc M, 

95-005321 
Schartl, Manfred 

95-005143 
Scheffcr, H. 

95-006435 
Scheidogger, Karl J. 

95-006445 
Schellor, R. M. 

95-006999 
Schenk, H. 

95-006600 
Sclierbitch, L. V. 

95-005543 

93-006175 
Schinvini, Adrian C. M. 

95-006797 
Schick, Daniel F. 

95-006915 
Schiel, David R. 

95-006916 
Scliill, Daniel J. 

95-006636 

95-006653 
Schindlcr, Daniel E, 

95-005457 

95-006363 
Scliiii tu, P. 

95-005280 
Schjoltlager, Blrgit 

95-004992 
Schlenk, D. 

93-004993 



FR 40(3) 



283 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Sclilosser, Isaac J. 
95-005098 
95-006637 
Schlupp, I. 

95 -005 14 4 

Schluter, Dolpli 

95-005093 

95-005600 

Schmai, R. Nick 

95-006668 
Sctimld-AUlana, Annie 

95-004754 
Schmidt, Dana 

95-006504 
Schmidt, Kent W. 

95-005899 

Schmidt, R, E. 

95-005362 

95-006717 

Schmidt, W. 

95-005823 
Schmidt, Wayne 

95-006470 
Schmidtke, L. H. 

95-006176 
Schmled, Ronald L. 

95-006917 
Schmttz, B. 

95-005195 
Schmitz, Monika 

95-004994 

Schnack, Dietrich 

95-004540 

95-005634 

95-006694 

Schneider, D. C. 

95-005649 
Schneider, David C, 

95-006841 
Schneider, James C. 

95-005488 
Schnitzler, Paul 

95-005615 

Schnute, Jon T. 

95-006430 

95-006910 

Schomann, ![. 

95-004523 

Schoonbee, H. J, 

95-005943 
Schoor, W. Peter 

95-004914 

Schorr, Hark S. 

95-006279 

95-006505 

Schcable, Hernie 

95-004547 
Schrairm, Harold L., Jr 

95-006483 
Schreck, C. B, 

93-004412 

Schreck, Carl B. 

95-004814 

93-004819 

95-004898 

95-004995 

93-005282 

Schreckenbach, K. 

95-004585 
Schreiber, A, 
95-006600 
Schreiner, Dean F, 

95-006279 

Schrenk, Frledernann 
95-005555 
95-005606 



Schrey, Wolfram Chr. 

95-004634 
Sch river, Per 

95-006506 
Schrock, Robin H. 
95-004898 
95 -005774 
Schroeder, A. 
95-005951 
95-00600S 
Schrouder, John D. 

95-00646B 
Schubel, Jerry H. 

95-0067O4 
Schuck, Mark L. 

95-006335 

Schultz, Eric T. 

95-005631 

95-005650 

Schultz, Heinz 

95-0054 7O 
Schultze, A. Eric 

95-00583* 
Schulze, Mar go 

95-005651 
Schupp, Dennis 11. 

95-006466 
Schurroan, Rachel 

95-006280 
Schwaiger, J, 
95-005933 
95-006031 
Schwartz, Frank J. 

95-00545S 

Schwartz, Michael V. 
95-004644 
95-004645 
Schwartzentrubei 1 , R, SI.OVCD 

95-004996 
Schwarz, F. J. 

95-004603 
Schwarz, Jannle 

95-004400 
Schwarz, Leslie Kendall 

95-004881 
Schwarzkopf, Larry 

95-005899 
Schwedler, Tom E. 

95-004646 
Schwoerbel , Jtirgen 

95-00621B 

Scoppettone, G* Gacy 
95-007038 
95-007039 
95-007062 
Scott, A. P. 
95-005363 
Scott, Alexander p. 

95-005352 
Scott, J. Michael 

95-006145 
Scott, H. C. 
95-006576 
Scott, Michael D, 

95-006965 
Scott, Thomas M, 

95-004375 
Scruton, A. 

95-005404 
Scudder, Sylvia J. 

95-005281 

Seagrave, Chris 

95-004344 

95-004447 

Seaae, John 

95-006732 



FR 40(3) 



284 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Seehin, V. T. 
95-00635'. 
95 -006'. JO 

Secambes, C. J. 
93-OOtiB91 
Q5-00602B 

Secoc, D. II. 
95-004907 
95-006330 



95-006281 
95-006986 



Pesca (Mexico) 



V. A. 

95-005314 
Seeb, Lisa W. 

93-006*) 18 
Seed, R. 

95-003896 
Seelbach, Paul W. 

95-000671 
Seelye, Jamoa G. 

95-0011730 

95-005376 
Seeiiappa, D. 

55-00'. 604 
S-egnet:, II. 

95-00-1761 

93-004355 

95-004998 

95-00592B 
Sehgal, G. K. 

95 -OO/i 999 
SetigaL, If, S. 

95-0044B5 

95-004999 
Seki, Shingo 

95-Q0663B 
Sol goby, James II. 



Seltvonchick, Daniel P. 

95-005836 
Snaljelid, R. 

95-005709 
Seinalulii, Soulch 

95-005985 
Scinbcl, 0. T. 

&5-00&230 
Scjiien'liov, P . G. 

95-00516B 
Scmmons, Hlcliael J. 

95-00^604 
Sempcski, P. 

93-005'iB9 
SCHECB, Ernest D. 

95-ODG718 
Sonlna, I. K. 

95-005305 
Seno, ItlL-onii 

95-006437 
Senoo, ShlgBharu 



Scokn, Hanabu 

95-005026 
Sequcira, Marina 

95-006919 
Serchnk. Ftedric H. 

95-006871 

95-006893 

95-0069ZO 
Serodiak, flark 

95-005985 
Sorgeyevi Vu. S. 

95-006921 
Sorlcano, Joac I,. 

95-003976 
Serrano, Octavio Rivero 

95-005936 



Servos, H. R. 

95-005995 
Sctka, Joae D. 

95-005000 
Sever, Lowell E. 

95-005992 
Severi, W. 

95-004988 
Sevin, J. M. 

93-005807 
Shabalin, V. N. 

95-006355 
Shnckell, N. I, 

95-006177 
Shacklcy, S. E. 

95-005242 

95-005333 
Shaffer, H. Bradley 

95-005690 
Shah, Wajccl A. 

95-Q04'i87 
Slialiat, T. H. 

95-004364 

95-004365 
Sliaheen, A. A. 

95-005990 
Shahidi, Fereiiloon 

95-005013 
Shake, Dill 

95-006057 

95-006178 
Shannon, L. V. 

95-006922 
Shao, B. 

95-005364 
Shapiro, Douglas V. 

95-005177 
Sliarber, Norman G. 

93-005001 
Shnrma, R, P, 

95-006014 
Sharpc, C. S. 

95-004995 
Sharpc, Cameron S. 

95-005282 
Shaw, Kate 

95-003690 
Shaw, Thomas A. 

93-006923 
Shchcrhnchev, Yuri N. 

95-005691 
Shchcrbukha, A, Ya. 

95-006624 
Shealer, David A. 

93-003490 
Shearer, Karl 

95-004605 
Shearer, Karl D. 

95-004604 
Shcohy, Daniel J. 

95-006924 
Slieiko, B. A. 

95-005692 
3hekhovL3Cva, L> S. 

95-006925 
Shelby, Bo 

95-006639 
Shelton, Peter A. 

95-006438 

95-006920 
Shepard, Steven L. 

95-003607 
Sliepliord, Gary It. 

95-OOC40B 
Sheppard, J, D. 

95-006238 



PR 40(3) 



285 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Shcppard, M. B. 

95-005775 
Sheridan, Hark A. 

95-005131 
Sherwood, N. M. 

95-005069 
Shevtsov, S. Ye. 

95-006356 
Shi Xuewen 

95-005265 
Shlau, Shi-Yen 

95-004606 

95-004607 

95-004B76 
Shibayev, S. W. 

95-006354 
Shichlda. Y. 
95-005037 
Shields, F. Douglas, Jr. 

95-006799 
Shin, Su-Ru 
95-005155 
Shikata, Takafuml 

95-004609 
Shim, K. F, 

95-004608 
Shlraamura, Tetsuya 

95-006607 
Shlmeno, Sadao 

95-004609 
Shimokawa, H. 
95-004846 
Shlnohara, Gento 

95-005608 
Shiozawa, Dennis K. 

95-005145 

95-005256 
Shlpp, R. L. 

95-006996 
Shirakiharo, Kunla 

95-006439 
Shireman, Jerome V. 

95-004475 
Shively, Rip S. 

95-006379 
Shkarina, T. V. 

95-005002 
Shoemaker, Craig 

95-005767 
Short, Stephen A. 

95-007001 
Shreatha, Tej Kumar 

95-006640 
Shrimpton, J. Mark 

95-005003 

95-005004 
Shroyer, Steven H. 

95-005332 
Shul'man, G. E. 

95-004753 
Shute, J. R. 

95-004635 
Stmter, B, J. 

95-005358 

95-005623 
Shuter, Brian 

95-006450 
Slaw-Yang, Yap 

95-006282 
Slciliano, Salvatora 

95-006848 

95-006927 
Siddall, R. 

95-004940 

95-005889 
Siebers, Dietrich 

95-005971 



Siegfried, C. A. 

95-O06239 
Sievert, Norman J. 

95-D06S4B 
Sigholt, Trygve 

95-O04894 
Sih, Andrew 

95-OO5103 

95-006664 
Silber . Gregory K. 

95-006720 
Silva, Patricio 

95-OO6015 
Silva, Rui P. E. 

95-QO6691 
Silvert, W. 

95-OO43Q7 

95-OO4388 
Silvay, J. c. 

95-DO6390 
Simco, Bill A. 

95-OO4830 

95-OO4899 
SimeLl, H. 

95-O04613 
Simenstad, Chnrics A. 

95-OD6719 
Simons i Erika II. 

95-O052B1 
Simonsoii, Timothy 0. 

95-O06357 

95-006445 
Sin, F. Y. T. 

95-O05146 
Sin, I. L, 

95-O05146 
Sin, Yoke Hln 

95-O05988 
Sinclair, A. F. 

95-OQ6753 
Sinclair, Alan 

95-OD6440 
Sinclair, H. 

93-GQ6928 
Sindaco, Roberto 

95-O05550 
Singapore Neuroaciicncci 

95-005005 
Singer, H. M. 

95-OO6016 
Singh, H. K, 

95-CO5947 
Singh. H, N. 

95-OO6017 
Singh, Piyuslm 

93-O05191 

, Tmiln 



Singleton, Howard J. 

95-006018 
Slnokrot, B. A. 

95-006441 
'Sirola, P. 

95-005220 
Sitizyo, Kiitlro 

93-O04723 
Sitja-Bobadllla, A, 

95-OOS786 
Sivak, J. G. 

95-OO/.676 
Siversort, Hikael 



Siwickl, Andrzoj K. 

95-003945 

Sjolander, Erik 

95-OO6571 



(3) 



286 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Sjostrand, Dengt 

95-006716 
Shelton, Paul H. 

95-005609 
Skinner, K. H. 

05-00*725 
Skiver, Per 

95-006487 
Skjeveland, Jargon E. 

95-005332 
SKJoldnl, Hein Rune 

93-005437 
Skarkcmaki, E. F. 

05-005006 
Slater, C. It. 
95-004995 
SlaLer, Caleb El. 

95-OQ4B19 
Slechta, V. 

95-OO5126 
Sleclita, VlasUntl 

95-004706 
Sleiderink, H. M. 

95-006019 
Slcpoiihlia | M. 
95-006B94 
Slobodyaiiyuk. S, Ja. 

95-005653 
SloLvcA. II. -G. 

05-005706 
Small, I. 

95-006442 
SmcrtboL, R. Kent 

95-005410 
Srnltli, Andrew 

95-006903 
Smltli. C. L, 
95-005610 
95-006611 
Snilth, Carl 
95-005227 
Q5-OU53&5 
Smith, Charlie E. 
9D-004402 
9-5-004^^7 
95-0045*16 
95-00'.3fi9 
95-0070*1 
Smith, Cciuctlfiml L. 



Smith, 
95 

Smith, 
95 

SmUli 
95 

Smith 
95 

Smith 
95 

Smith 
95 

Smith 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 

Smith 
95 

Smttli 
95 

Smith 
95 

Smith 
95 



D. V, 
0058BO 

f. W. 
006507 

I. R. 
006020 

Jim 
007042 

Hoy a 
00'i717 



, n. Jnn F. 
-OD3171 
-005173 
-00517') 
-003175 
-003176 
, R, L, 
-004955 
S. A. 
-004726 
, S, J. 
-003509 
, S, L. 
-005007 



Smith. Stanford II. 

95-00&508 

Smith, Stanley D. 

95-005544 

95-006358 

Smith, Stephen J. 

95-004636 

95-005090 

95-006067 

95-006443 

Smith, T. D. 

95-006929 

Sraol, J. P. 

95-OOSOB'i 

95-006513 

Smolensk!, Adam 

95-005105 
Sraouse, Peter E. 

95-005147 
Sneen, Martin E. 

95-004684 
Snelling, J. C. 

95-004995 
Snuclns, E. J. 

95-005148 
Snuclns, Ed J. 

95-005626 
Snyder, Darrel E. 

95-005473 

Soballe, David M. 

95-006055 

95-006458 

Soderberg, Hakan 

95-006571 

Sodarberg, Richard W, 
95-004389 
95-004411 
95-004414 
Soeda, Hideo 
95-006807 
SoEiieaa, J. L. 
95-005008 
95-005009 
Soengas, Jose L. 

95-005010 
Sohtner, S. H. 
95-005597 
Sokolov, V. E. 

95-005611 
Sokolowski, Maria B, 

95-005222 
Solomon, Richard 

95-006015 
Solsona, C. 

95-OOA839 
Sonrnarstrom, Sari 
95-006179 
35-006643 
Sommor , A. -I. 
95-005810 
Sorimer, Ann-lnger 

95-005811 

Sondoreanrd, Martin 
95-006487 
95-006506 
Sor onsen, Bodll 

95-005011 
Sorenaon, John 

95-005899 

Sorgeloos, P. 

95-004367 

95-004372 

95-004610 

Sorimachi, Minoru 

95-005755 

95-005814 



FR 40(3) 



287 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Sorimachi, Minorii 

55-005817 

Souchan, V. 

95-006427 

95-006444 

Sonic, Michael 

93-007015 
Sown, Scott P, 

95-006614 1< 
Sower, S. A. 
95-005034 
Sower, StHda A. 
95-004939 
95-005012 
Springier, George R. 

95-005532 
Sparliolt, Heurik 

35-005491 

Sparks, Richard E. 

95-006327 

95-0066',5 

Spaulding, J. S. 

95-006331 
Spearc, D. J. 
95-005818 
Speare, David J, 

95-006006 
Speare, Peter 

95-007016 
Specker, Jennifer L. 

95-005323 
Speed, Terry 
9-5-006421 
Speilberg, Lars 

95-004764 
Sponce, JofE 
95-006490 
Spigal, Hnrvey 

95-006646 
Spittler, Thomas E. 

95-006647 
Spohn, S. 

95-004757 
Spokes, Katherine 

95-006015 
Spring, Stella M. 

95-005423 

Springer, Victor G. 

35-003672 

95-005694 

95-005695 

Spyker, Kay A. 

95 -005 '(13 
Srebocan, E. 
95-006047 
Sricbantiilk, N. 

95-004533 
Stivastava, A. K. 

95-006017 
Srivaatava, Rakesh Kumar 

95-005013 
Stacey, N. E. 
95-004777 
Stacey, Norman E. 

95-005338 
Stachowiak, K. 

95-005006 
Staggs, Michael D. 

95-006445 
Staicec, c. 

95-006177 
StaliHood, Del 

95-006605 
Stalnakcr, Glair 

95-006648 

Stalnaker, Clair B. 
95-Q063B2 



Stanficld, Les 

95-006451 
Stanfield, Lcs H, 
95-006100 
95-0066/.9 
Stanley, David R. 
95-006691 
95-006930 
Stanley, Scott E. 

95-005696 

Starncs, Lynn B. 

95-006181 

95-006240 

Starovoit, Yu. A. 

95-007017 
Stascnkov, Vladlsnir A. 

95-00547^ 

Stauffer, Jay R. , Jr- 
95-005121 
95-006321 
Staurnes, Hague 

95-OQ489d 
Stay, F. S. 

95-006021 
Stead, S. M. 
95-005545 
Stedman, Richard 

95-006289 
Steeby, James A. 

95-004667 
Steedraan, Robert 

95-006182 
Steale, John C. 

95-006987 
Stefan, H. G. 
95-00644L 
Stefansson, S. 0. 

95-004906 

Stsfansaon, Sigurd 0. 
95-004759 
95-005014 
Stefany, H. G. 

95-000999 
Steffensen, Erih 

95-006693 
Steffensen, J. F. 

95-004905 
Stehly, G. R. 

95-005718 
Stehr, C. H. 
95-005997 
Stein, Heiberl 

95-004908 

Stein, Roy A, 

95-004435 

95-005521 

95-006678 

Steinberg, H. D. 

95-006446 
Steinman, Diann 

95-006702 

Stenson, G. Q. 

95-005462 

95-005652 

95-005653 

95-006846 

Stenson, Garry B. 

95-006931 
Stepanov, G. N. 

95-006824 
Stephens, Ben 

95-005271 
Stephens, Stanley J, 

95-007040 
Stephenson, M, F. 
95-005850 



FR 40(3) 



AUTHOR IHiJEX 



StcpHenaon, Hohiii't L. 

95-O068dO 

95-006932 
Stor(}Loii, K. I. 

95 -004 3 'i7 
.Stevens, G ratchet) 

95-OQ6'6S() 
Stevens, June E. 

95-0069:13 
Si-uvens, John 

95-005285 

95-005492 
St.-pvens | Luwia 

95-005750 
Stevens , Margaret K. 

95-005'.<il 
fit evens, Thomas 11. 

9S-006283 
Stevenson, Dnviil K. 



Sumagayaay, Nella S. 

95-00^611 
Sumantadlnnta, K. 



Stfivlr., I. 

95-OOfl5!i' p i 
Stewart, D. H. 

95-006509 
Stewart, K. M. 

95-01)6510 
Stickiicy, Robert. H. 

95-004993 

SUllwmll, Evelyn J. 

95-005015 
Stirling, II. I 1 . 

')5-00&3f>7 
Stlt.es, D. I,. 



SLiiuts, C. J, 
55-OD5't93 
SLoiiB, }Lontll II. 

or.-flosfao 

Stona, S, 1,. 
95-00' ( 995 
Sl-Pt-cy, K. II. 



93-00'. 557 
Sl.ot-llc, Clir 



Slow, Cfiilp, \. 

05-005gfl(} 

75-006022 
,SI.L-aclinil, N. J. C. 

95-OU701R 
SLralny, Janice M. 



Strnnko, Scoi.l, A, 

95-OOr>'i3f> 

95-005/.94 
SLi-aub, I3nvld V. 



iitresttii, J. M, 
95-0068911 

as, lllhtcnunn 



SLruTtsnaos , fj, 

95-OQ'.5S9 
Slcussmann, Carlos Augusto 

93-005016 
SLurGiiliGL'g, F. 

95-006000 
ftu Vuiczlioiift 

95-00^510 
Suglno, IllirokHKu 

95-006812 
Suk, Wlllinm A. 

95-005936 
Sullivun, C. V. 

95-005102 
Sullivan, 1'ntrick J. 

95-006936 



Sumer, Suzana 

95-005'i95 
Suinmerfelt, Rohcrt C. 

95-00'i42/. 
SumiiiQi'felt, Steven T. 

95-00'i651 

95-00 4G65 



Summers, Greg L. 

'J5-ODG2B'i 
Sunpter, John P. 

95-005366 
Sim, Adrian 

95-006626 
Siindin, Lena 

95-005017 
Suncr, 0. 

95-OOWB 
Suns i Stan 

95 - 001 5 28 3 
Sungkascm, Pan it 

95-006332 
Stinl1.ii Rao, D, 

95-00501fl 
Simtsov, A. V. 

05-005669 
Sunyer, J. Orlol 

95-005019 
SuqueL, M, 



Sutlmrlanil, J. V. 

95-006510 
Suttoti, P. 

95-006796 
Suzuki, Mlnoni 

95-00'.723 
Su/.uki, Ryo 

95-005128 
SilKiikl, T. 

95-00/i70'. 
Suzuki, Torn 

95-006023 
Suzuki, Y. 



Suziimurii, Eri 

95-005715 
Svimlriip, A. 

9.1-005020 
Sviridov, A. V. 

95-005200 
Svobodovn, Z, 

95-00602') 

95-006025 
Swaiu, D. P. 

95 -005 '.14 
Swain, DouglfiB P. 

95-00'.727 
Swanson, Christina 

95-00'.625 
Swanson, P. 

95-004784 

95-005096 
Swanson, Penny 

95-005021 
Swanaon, Sherman 

95-006231 
Swans ton, Douglas N. 

95-OD6666 
Sweeten, T. 

95-005792 



FR 40(3) 



289 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Sweeting, It. 

95-004860 
Sweeting, R, H. 

95-005022 
Sweetnam, Dale 

95-007063 
Swenson, Erik !t. 

95-004827 
Swenson, Ramona 

95-007034 
Swift, Canrn 

95-007057 
Swift, Donald R. 

95-004390 
Swink, William D. 

95-005654 
Sylvester, James L. , Jr. 

95-005023 
Symands, J. E. 

95-005146 
Szabo, Marianne 

95-004823 
Szabo, p, 

95-004391 

95-004473 

95-004474 

95-006365 
Szedlmayer, Stephen T. 

95-006958 
Szegletes, T. 

95-006026 

95-006027 
Szegletcs, Zs. 

95-006027 
Szcrencses, I. 

95-005092 
Szeto, S. 

95-005902 
Szlaminska, Malgorzata 

95-004582 
Szmniec, Maria Anna 

95-006447 
Szymacha, J. 

95-004422 
Tabata, Kazuo 

95-005024 
Tachibana, Katsuyasu 

95-004454 

95-004476 
Tacon, Albert G, J. 

95-004612 
Taggart, C. 

95-006938 
Taggart, C. T. 

95-005638 

95-006937 
Tahir, A, 

95-006028 
Tai, Chion Feng 

95-006404 
Tajiroa, Kenichi 

95-005816 
Takahashi, Akiyoshi 

95-004939 
Takahaahi, H. 

95-005025 
Takahashi, isao 

95-006638 
Takahashi, Kiyotaka 

95-005613 
Takahaahi, Toyoml 

93-004714 
Takai, Rlkuo 

95-006023 
Tahamichi, Akira 

95-006638 



Takano, K. 

95-005025 
Takaoka, Oaaimi 

95-005026 
Takashima, Funiln 

95-005016 
Takeda, S. 

95-004370 
Takemurn, A. 

95-005025 
Takeuchi, JuiiLchi 

95-00693'J 
Takeuchi, Tahnslii 

95-004723 
Takeiichi, ToaliLo 

95-0045fi/, 
Taki, Yasuhlku 

95-004686 

95-005127 
Takii, Kenji 

95-005026 
Talhot, C. 

95-004392 
Tamas, GizuLla 

95-004447 
Tomotsu, S. 

95-005027 
Tan, E. S. P. 

95-004777 
Tanabe, Sliinsmki 1 

95-005HB3 
Tanacretli, J. T. 

95-006783 
Tanaka, Eijl 

95-006440 
Tanaka, Mnsaru 

95-004707 
Tanaka, Zeuxou 

95-004723 
Tandler, A. 

95-004531 

93-004343 
Tang XiaoganR 

95-005265 
Tango, P, J. 

95-006902 
Tanlguchi, NnliuhJ V-, 

95-005156 

95-00663)3 
Tanoue, Vasiililrn 

95-0049HG 
Tarasyuck, S. H. 

95-005367 
Tarazona, J. V. 

95-005935 
Targett, T. K. 

95-005636 
Tasker, Andrew 

95-004981 
Tasker, M. I, h 

95-005493 
Tate, Andrew K. 

95-005028 
TaLner, H, F, 

95-004816 
Tatner, Mary F. 

95-005750 
Tatrai, I, 

93-005228 
Tatsukawa, Ryo 

95-005883 
Tave, Douglas 

95-004413 

95-00448Q 

95-004469 
Tayloc, E. W. 

95-004905 



290 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Taylor, Trances li. 
35-00'. 490 



Taylor. G, D. 

95-006183 
Taylor, Carth C. 

95-006529 
Taylor, Jonathan G. 

95-Q-D6639 
Taylor, H. J. 

95-006014 
Taylor, Malcolm H. 

<J5-00536fl 
Taylor, Mark J. 

95-005029 
Taylor, Melissa 

95-006015 
Taylor, Michael S. 

95-006058 
lay In C, William 

95-OQ6ia:i 
Taylor, William W. 
93-005-29-5 
95-00618(1 
95-006312 
95-00047'. 
05-006483 
95-006503 
Tays&e, L. 

95-006029 
Teclaff, Eileen 

95-006241 
Teclaff, Ludwik A. 

95-0062*.! 
Tellmann, Jonas 

95-006850 
Telsl, Mario F. 

95-006651 
Tcltsma, C. A. 

95-005046 
Teixoira, Rogerio L. 

95-006734 
Telbany, H. 

95 -004 '.35 
Teleb, H. M. 
95-006564 
95-004565 
Tcliamlk, 0- V. 
95-000359 
95-006360 
Tcmpelmann, Anette 

99-005971 
TomplGman, Wilfred 

95-00(1728 
Tomu, H. H. 

95-006(122 
Terauchi, Kumlko 

9-5-004B96 
Torllzzi, Daniel E. 

95-006333 
Tcrmtndiartlpongga, Palcoj 

95-OOH923 
Terrerog, D. 



Torry, David B. 

95-006652 
Tesha, Jeffrey D, 

95-005735 
TcHkcredzic, E. 

95-00^791 

95-005030 
Toskercdztc, Z. 

95-004613 

93-004791 

95-005030 
Tesler, V, D. 

95-007019 



Tester, P, A. 
95-006351 
Thaubault, Michael 

95-007042 
Thayer, Gordon W. 

95-000940 
Theilacker, Gail II. 

95-005546 
ThelandGr, Carl fl. 
95-006185 
95-007069 
Thien, T. M. 
95-005150 
Thieslng, H. A. 

95-005284 
Thou, Ronald M. 

95-006719 
Thomas, J. D. 
95-006467 
Thomas, James 1'. 

95-006941 
Thomas, Maria 

95-00698(1 
Thomas, P. 

95-004532 
Thomas, Paul W. 

95-004345 
Thompson, Doyil Z. 

95-006292 
Thompson, Bruce A. 

95-005697 
Thompson, Carolyn 

95-005285 
Thompson, Charles II. 

95-007012 
Thompson, D. 
95-005111 
Thompson, D. R. 

95-005452 
Thompson, K. 
95-005638 
95-006938 
Thompson, K. II. 
95-005308 
95-006942 
Thompson, Kevin G. 

95-005031 
Thompson i Kim D. 

95-005759 
Thompson, Skip 

95-004614 
Thornrensen, II. 

95-004860 
Thorarenson, II. 

95-004766 
Thorburn, M. A. 

95-005818 
Thorgaard, G. II. 

95-004393 
Thome, Richard E. 

55-007020 

Thorpe, J. E. 

95-004971 

95-005415 

Thorpe i John E. 

95-005383 
Thorrold, Simon U. 

95-005416 
Thoumas, Joan-Loula 

95-005041 
Thresher, Ronald E. 

95-005131 

Thrush, Hark 

95-004770 

Thrush, Mark A, 

95-004802 



FR 40(3) 



291 



1995 



AUTHOH INDEX 



Thurow, Fritz 

95-006693 
Tiiurow, Kussel K. 

95-00665', 

Thurow, Russell F. 

95-005399 

95-006653 

Tichy, Herbert 

95-OU5101 
Tidwell, J. H. 

95-004616 
Tidwell, James H, 

95-004617 
Tlerney, Jayne F. 

95-005964 
Tierncy, H. L. 

95-005032 
Tiganus, V. 

95-006216 
TUhonen, Klrstl 

95-005033 
Tikkanen, C. 
95-005905 
Tiku, P. 

95-004880 
Tillotson, Michael 

95-004654 
Tiian, Tobias 
95-006655 
Tirrmennans, J. A. 

95-006093 
Tinrnlns, Charles A. 

95-006492 
Tiimans, M. B. 

95-004409 
Tlfrmons, Tom J. 

95-006302 
Tinosbenko , N, H. 

95-004729 
Timoshenko, Yuri K 

95-00547/1 
Tinker, Tim M. 

95-005500 
Tiro, L. B., j r . 

95-004524 
Tltareva, L. N. 

95-004492 

Titus, Tom A. 

95-005690 

Till, Laura G. 

95-004617 

TjeGrdema, R. 5. 

95-006016 
Tjurjukov, S. N. 

95-005216 
Toliet, S. A. 
95-005034 
Tocher, Douglas R. 

95-005035 
Tocher, Douglas R 

95-004752 
Todo, Takashi 

95-004944 
Tohyama, Tadatugu 

95-004707 
Tolfaa, K. 

95-005977 
Toledo, Hector 

95-0056B3 
Tolimicri, H. 

95-005315 
Tollne, C. Anna 

95-005152 
Tolonen, K, 

95-006036 
Toroa, T. 

95-006230 



Tomaaso, -T. It, 

93-003036 
Tomec , M . 

95-004791 

95-fl050:iD 
Tomllnsoti, H. 

93-00'igfjg 
Tongdce, Niinliiiuu 

95-fl04439 
Tonn, William M. 

95-006/1!)', 
Tooki/inias , S. 

95 -oo A. > :i 

Tookwlnna, Hlrl 



Toor, H. H. 

95-OOVtH9 
Top 11 in, rt. V. 

95-006<J'rl 
ToratiKo, rt. K. 

95-t>0576^ 
Torauzo, Alirln K. 

95-OOSV3V 

*)5-00.'i7!ifi 

95-003771) 

95-OD5777 
Torgei'soii, Y- 

95-00572? 
Torres, 1'jiann" I-, , It. 

95-00/1500 
Tovrlsscn, 0, .r, 

93-00455'; 
Tort, L. 

95 -OO/i 9 W 
Tort, Lluiji 

95- 0050 11 
To th, John r. , ,li . 

95-0061f)r. 
TowiisBiid, Dnvlil W. 

95-0035/.7 
Towngend, lUilpli K, 



Tracy, Uiryn 11. 

95-0060:10 
Trnnchana-lliuu'l, Itr 

95-0030' ( .l 
Trant, John M, 

95-005130 
Traxlcr, SLt'[)ln n r.. 

95-005490 
Trebita, Aim 1 1 

95-006511 
Trehltz, Alien. 1 S. 



Treer, T. 

95-00 V1S 
Treer, Toroi H Isiv 

95-004594 
Tremblay, I., A. 

95-003907 

Triebskorn, It. 

95-005951 

95-006031 

Tritum, LotiiHu K. 

95-00655fi 
Trofimov, I.. 
95-005705 
Tron, L, 

95-0040.69 
Tron, La jog 

95-OOH870 

Trong, T, D. 

95-005150 

Troutaud, D, 

95-006029 

True, Kiraberly <:. 



AUTHOR INDEX 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Tru-o, Kitnberly C. 

95-005712 
TniGlson, H. L. 

95-ooMGfl 

Tcuscott, J. 

95-004502 
Trusto , Wlkliara J. 

9-1-006220 

95-0066516 
Trust, Trevor J . 

95-005761 
TsiiL, aUng-l-tn 

95-oosm 

Tsiii, Huai-Jen 

95-005154 

Q5-005155 
Tsiiclildn, S. 

95-005037 
Tsuchiiauto, Mutsuyoal 

95-00445't 



Tsiida, T. 

95-006032 

TBuJlmui.-a, Akin 
95-005156 

Tsvet.kovfl i I. . I . 
J5-OOU92 

Tsys-lr, V. V. 
95-005300 

Tuckcir, CrniR S- 



Tuckur, Gordon C. 

95-0052H6 

95-006189 
Tnt, Urucc 

95-00'ifl59 

Q5-00503B 
TuTts, llnice I,. 

95-OOW&2 
Tiillock, Jolni 



TuonilstOi -f. 

95-000036 
Tiippcr, H. 

}5~00. r )2fl7 
Tui'h Boycr, Podgy T. 



TurncL', CnLlicrine 

95- 00*439 
Turn or, G. ('. 



Tnriicf, J. 

9-5-0062'. 
Turner^ rat.tlcia A. 

95-005322 
Titrris, llcucn R. 



95-0069'i5 

p., Herri 1. 1 K. 

95-006GG3 
Tiituiwlnic, V, V. 

9-5-005001 
Twlcholl, B. (",. 

95-0032*16 
Tyler, J. A. 

95-005239 
Tyler, James C. 

95-003012 
Tyler, Jeffrey A. 

05 -0004 4 9 
Tylnr, William A. Ill 

95-005230 
Tytler, Peter 

*)5-OD5039 
Tynst Harold H, 

95-007058 



...CONTINUED... 
Tyus, Harold M. 

95-007068 
Tzeng, W.-N. 

95-005288 
Ubeira, F. M. 

95-004808 
Uchiyama, Hiisnsbl 

95-004707 
Ueda, Iliromi 

95-004709 
Ueda, Kozo 

95-005883 

Uetla, Takoyoshl 

95-004493 
Uglcm, G. L, 
95-005B5B 
Uiblein, Franz 

95-005231 
Ujiie, Hasayuki 

95-006512 
Umezawa, Satoshi 

95-004534 
Ural no, T. 

95-004592 
linger, Phil 

95-006710 
Ungson, Julita U. 

95-004535 
Upshall, C. 

95-005962 
Urban- Jezierska, Ewa 

95-004582 
Urban-Ramirez. Jorge 

95-006972 
Urban, Jacqueline A. 

95-005157 
Urctal, Kurt 

95-005864 
Uribe, Juan C, 

95-004403 
Utrilla, C. G. 

95-006602 

Uutala, A. J. 

95-005884 

95-006513 

Uwe-Bassey, Baaaey U. 

95-005299 
Vaara, T. 

05-004613 
Vacchi, H. 

95-005497 
Vachta, K. 

95-004750 
Vaillancourt, Guy 

95-006033 
Val, Atlalbet-to L. 

95-003040 
Valdecanas, A, 

95-004873 
Vnldivia, Mnnuel H, 

95-004893 
Valencia, Antonio 

95-004569 

Vallarino, Mauro 

95-004794 

95-005041 

Vallod, D. 

95-006989 
Vallot, Dominique 

95-004568 
van Aacdt, W, J. 

95-004821 
Van de Water, Roberta 

95-006517 

van den Berghe, Eric P, 
95-005413 



Fit 40(3) 



293 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



...CONTINUED. .. 

van den Berghe, Eric P. 

95-006321 
van den Heaver, D. J. 

95-004494 

95-006034 
van den Heuvel, M. R. 

95-005931 
Van Denaen, W. L. T. 

95-006389 

95-006422 
van dor Heiden, Albert M. 

95-005698 
van der Heljden, M. H. T. 

95-005042 
van det Land, J. 

95-006946 

95-006947 
van der Lande, Tetle 

95-004799 
van dec Heer, II. J. 

95-005043 

95-005044 
van dec Hecwe, L. 

95-005957 
van dec Veer, llenk W. 

99-005309 
Van Eenennasm, J. P. 

93-004436 

95-005050 
Van Eenennaam, Joel P. 

95-004877 
van Egroond, J. 

95-005599 
Van Ginrieken, Luc 

95-005940 
van Kooten, G. Cornells 

95-006190 
van Nes, E. II. 

95-006435 
van Rijn, J. 

95-004394 

95-004522 
van Rljn, Jaap 

95-004395 
Van Tassell, James L. 

95-007008 
Van Tilburg, Jo Anne 

95-006948 
Van Waerebeek, Koen 

95-006949 

95-006950 

95-006951 

95-006954 
van Wezel, Annemarie P. 

95-006035 
Van Winkle, Webb 

95-006450 
Van Wyk, Peter 

95-004617 
van Zwleten, Paul A. M. 

95-005289 
VanDenAvyle, Mike 

95-006339 
Vandenberg, Grant W, 

93-004573 
VanDenhossche, Jamie 

95-004730 
Vandeputte, Marc 

95-004478 
Vender Dussen, Chris 

95-006451 
Vanderborght, Oscar L. J, 

95-005940 
Vandeaende, Francois 

95-004794 
Vandewalle, p. 

95-004731 



Varadi, L. 

95-005158 
Varadi, Laszlo 

95-004495 
Vacady, Robert 

95-005936 
Varanaai , U. 

95-0059.97 
Vacdy, Catherine 

95-0059Qft 
Vargas, Caclos 0. 

95-001403 
Vari, Ann Williams 

95-005699 
Vari, Rlchacd p. 

95-005*67 

95-005699 

95-005700 
Varian, Sarali J, A. 

95-005637 
Varkonyi, E. 

95-OQ515B 
Vartiainen, T. 

95-00603.6 
Vas, Philip 

95-006952 
Vaailcnko, A. V. 

95-006953 
Vaske, Jercy J. 

95-006259 

95-006285 
Vass, W. Peter 

95-006760 
Vaudry, Hubert 

95-004996 

95-005011 
Vecchione, Michael 

95-005570 
Vega, Gabriel I. 

95-006321 
Velev, P. 

95-005795 
Velea, Juan 

95-006265 
Vena, John E. 

95-005992 
Vendlinaki, TlntoUiy J 

95-00670^ 
Venediktova, L. I. 

95-005543 
Venne, H. 

95-005498 
Venugopal, V. 
95-006990 
Verbost, P. H. 



Vecbost, Piet-er M. 

95-005045 
Vergara, Jose it. 

95-004569 

Vergnet, Chris t Inn 



J. 
. J. 



I). 



Verity, Rebecca 

95-QOH8&7 
Verlhac, Viviann 

95-005945 
Vermeulen. G, 

95-005046 
Varreth, J, A 

95-004479 
Vichot, C. 

95-005592 
Vidal, Omar 

95-006954 
Vidmanic, L. 

95-005901 



294 



AUTHOR INDEX 



tdtliayanon , Cliaval.it 

95-0056BB 
lelrn, Llsnnclro Juno Snares 

95-00524B 
Lerke, JOCE 

95-004637 
Lgnculle, M. 

95-005779 
Lgneullo, Martine 

95-005746 
LJayan, M. M. 

95-004957 

95-00497', 

95-005047 
IJaynrnghavan, S. 

95-005923 
Ik, Susan F. 

95-006924 
lias, H. filar 

95-005B24 
ilkltls, James 

95-005159 
[llagarcia, H, Guadalupe 

95-006802 
llleneuve, IK 

95-006114 
lllvtock, Wolf Hang 

95-006334 
lucent , (Jeof f roy 

95-006301 
loin, A. 

95-005913 
lolis, An ton el la 

93 -QQ591*i 
lola, Arthur E. 

95-006335 
Iscor, G. 

95-004948 
Ivarcs, C, 

95-OD572& 
Ivan, ITelgii 

95- 00 539 & 
ladov , P. 

9D--G03795 
laaova, I,. V. 

95-005542 
lock, Cnrol 

95-CO'i744 
ill!) i Paul A. 

95-006213 
jLclilck, Nicliolas 

OD-QQ6363 
life, Eric 



ilhnrt. Bill 



jlkman, John H. 

95-006&57 
in I.nkowicz, M. 



)iitlracek, Bruce 

95-006339 
iconlna, V. P. 



jakoboynikova , 0, S. 

95-QOU32 
133, II. II. 

95-OO5986 

95-005987 
jatradovsky, J, 

95-OO6336 
ronaky, A, A. 

95-OO4 731 
lorinen, Jukka A, 

95-005099 
yalov, Y. A. 

93-006955 



Vykusava, H. 

95-006024 
Waagbo , U . 

05-0045^4 
Wada, Lorena L. I.. 

95-007070 
Wadti, Paul R. 

95-006956 
Wade, Terry L. 

95-005976 
Wadlington, Rita 0. 

95-007027 
Wagner, E. 

95-004734 
Wagner, Eric J. 

95-004668 
Wagner, Graham F. 

95-004890 
Wagner, H. -J. 

95-004734 
Wahl, David II. 

95-005095 

95-005508 

95-003520 

95-005524 

95-005648 
Wainwrlght, Peter C. 

95-005048 

95-005220 
Waiyaki, Edward 

95-0054B7 
Wakabnyashl, H. 

95-005852 
Wakabayashi , fllsatsngu 

95-005800 

95-005801 
Wai dm a ii, John 

95-006957 
Walclumn, John II. 

95-005160 
Walker, J. W. 

95-006021 
Walker, Robert L. 

95-005711 

95-005712 

95-005729 
Walker, S, P, 

95-005146 
Wallace, A. J. 

95-005925 
Wallace, Michael 

95-006191 
Wallace, R. A. 

'J5-003102 
Wallace, Richard K. 

95-000950 

95-006959 
Wallace, Robert Leo 

95-005441 
Waller, Uwe 

95-004540 
Wnlllnga, John P. 

95-005547 
Wai ah, L. A. 

95-006239 
Walters, Carl J. 

95-005632 

95-006960 
Ualzl, Manfred 

95-005826 
Wan, M. T. 

95-003902 
Wang Jinxlng 

95-005161 
Wang Kellng 

95-004536 



FR 40(3) 



295 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Wang Licliao 

95-004541 
Wang Xiaoyan 

95-006973 
Wong Xincheng 

95-004537 
Wang, Chung-Hailing 

95-005794 
Wang, Dacheng 

95-006037 
Wang, Dar-Vl 

95-005963 
Wang, Deane 

95-006556 
Wang, Hua 

95-006286 
Wang, L. 

95-004875 
Wang, Stanley 

95-006798 
Wang, Vunxia 

95-005049 
Wangzhen Cui 

95-004530 
Ward, David L. 

95-005272 

95-005499 
Ward, F. A. 

95-006390 
Ward, Michael B. 

95-006961 
Ward, R. 

95-004571 
Ward, Robert 

95-005105 
Ward, Rocky 

95-005162 
Waring, G. T. 

95-006929 
Warner, Eric J. 

95-005417 
Warnes, S. 

95-005613 
Warren, Terry J. 

95-005602 
Warrington, Patrick D. 

95-006038 
Waste, Stephen M. 

95-006192 

95-006373 
Watabe, Stmgo 

95-004928 
Watonabe, Julio Roberto 

95-005849 
Watanabe, K. 

95-005820 
Watanabe, Katsutoahi 

95-005127 
Watanabe, T. 

95-004538 
Watanabe, Takeshi 

95-004584 

95-004615 
Watanabe, Tomoharu 

95-006039 
Watanabe, Yoh 

95-006808 

95-006962 
Waterman, Martin P. 

95-004539 
Waterman, Melissa 

95-006963 
Waterman, T. T, 

95-006361 
Wathtie, Einar 

95-004894 



Watson, Ronalrt E. 

95-005701 
Watt, Jon 

95-005500 

Watten, Barnaby J. 

95-004411 

95-00<i 11 4 

95-004457 

95-004615 

95-004669 

95-004670 

Watts, Bryan 

95-006712 

Watts, Stephen A. 

95-004445 
Wayusuwanwit , Tcrcrpong 

95-006040 
Weaver, Melisan J, 

95-00651'. 
Weaver, William 

95-006650 
Webb, A. 

95-005452 

95-005493 

Webb, Dennis J. 

95-004623 
Webb, James 
95-004481 
95-006662 
Webb, H. A. 

95-005050 
Webb, Rick 

95-005903 
Webb, S. David 

95-005254 
Webb, Tamikai A. 

95-005051 
Weber, Amy I,. 
95-00'.65L 
95-004652 
95-004665 
95-004666 
Weber, Roy E. 
95-005011 
Webster, C. D. 

95-004616 
Webster, Carl D. 

95-004617 
Wedge, Leslie 

95-00&531 
Weeka-Perkina, Beverly A. 

95-005780 
Weeks-Perkins, Hovc-rly Ann. 

95-006041 
Weeks, Stephen C. 

95-00529O 
Wei, Cheng- I 
95-00', 842 
Weigmann, Diana L. 
95-004341 
95-006042 
Weil, C. 

95-004760 
Weitzman, Stanley II. 

95-004771 
Wekell, John C. 

95-004575 
Waller, Robert R. 

95-005418 
Wellington, G. H. 

95-005680 
Wellman, Katarlne F, 

95-006964 
Wells, Randall S. 

95-006965 
Welsch, U, 
95-001966 



FR 40(3) 



296 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Welsh, Michael P. 

95-006100 
Walton, -J. S, 

95-005293 
Wentlelaar Bonga , S. E. 

05 -00591 & 

95-005967 
Wetidfllaar Manga, Sjacrd E. 

95-004090 
Handling, Klaus 

95-00621S 
Wong Zhonjjcliai 

95-005265 
Wen-eland. K. I. 

95-004906 

95-004907 

95-004961 
Werner, H. O. 

95-006059 
Werner, Robert G. 

95-005232 

Wernsteilt, Kris 

95-OOG060 
Wertlioimer, Alex C. 

93-006800 
Wes1 , I. F. 

95-CO'.82& 
Wast, Patricia J, 

Q5->00'.639 
Westers , Harry 

95-004671 
WQH t.gnte, Andrew 

95-006906 
Wlialen, Mary E , 

95-005377 
Wietiton , Fred 

95-00'i672 
Iflmlan, Will 

95-QQ6661 
WtiUaTtisr, llrcnt. 

95 -005(13 3 
Utii taker, Riclmcil S. 

93-000662 
Willie, K. N. 

55-006102 
White, Matthew 

95 -0014 3-5 
White, Ray J. 

95-006193 
Hliltu, Robert <!. 

95-004804 

95-005378 

95-006341 
White, Stcvo. 



Whltcliend, Colin 

95-0039:12 
Hliltescl, Timothy A. 

95-005052 

95-005053 
Wlilttinglon, l>ale 

95-006280 
WiltUe, K. J. 

95-006901 
Wlcheft, Cordon A. 

95-006242 
Wick&tQn, Mary K. 

95-005233 
Wlegand, H. D. 

95-00505/1 
, Kal 



Wicscr, W. 
95-005055 

Mild, A. J. B. 
95-005913 



Wlklunri, Torn 

95-005781 

95-005782 
Wllcove, David 

95-006229 
Wildo, Gene R. 

95-006277 
Wlldsoose, W. II. 

95-005865 
Wiley, E. 0. 

95-005690 
Wilkerson, Michael L. 

95-006692 
Williams, Q. 

95-005889 
Williams, E. E. 

95-005056 
Williams, Ernest II., Jr. 

95-005707 
Williams, II. II. 

95-005HM 
Williams, Jeffcoy T. 

95-005695 
Williams, John G. 

95-006663 
WilUaros, Judith A. 

95-005389 

95-00619'i 
Williams, Michael 

95-006262 
Williams, I'. James 

95-00590'. 
Williams, Paul H. 

95-006195 
Williams, T. II. 

95-006147 
Williamson, John D. 

95-005711 

95-005712 
Williamson, Snm C. 

95-006302 
Willis, David W. 

95-006196 
Willouglihy, I.. G. 

95-003785 
Wilson, C. 

95-005529 
Wilson, Charles A. 

93-005219 

95-000370 

95-006691 

95-006930 
Wilson, I). S. 

95 -005 ft BZ 

95-00561'i 

95-005617 
Wllaon, David Sloon 

95-004718 
Wilson, Iain F. 

95-005163 
Wilson, Jnmcs A. 

95-006197 
Wilson, Jeffrey II, 

35-006546 
Wilson, Scott 

95-006760 
Wincmlller, Kirk 0, 

95-005309 
Winfield, I. J, 

95-005077 

95-005169 
Wlnn, Howard E, 

05-006296 
Winsor, Fred 

95-006966 
Winston, Matthew R. 

95-005615 



FR 40(3) 



297 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Winter, Brian D. 

95-00619B 
Winter, Chris J. H. 

95-006072 
Winter, J. D. 
95-006515 
Winter, Jimmy D. 

95-005418 
Winters, George II. 

95-005353 
winton, J. R. 
95-005B03 
Virgin, Isaac 
95-005164 
95-005904 
95-006043 
95-006957 
Virgin, Isaac 1. 

95 -0059 B ft 
Wirgln, Isaac L. 

95-005160 

Wisenden, Brian D. 
95-005176 
95-005291 
Wisniewski, S. J. 

95-006632 
Witeska, Malgoraata 

95-006044 
Withler, R. E. 

95-005075 
Wlodek, Jan H. 

95-006199 
Vohlgenant, Timothy J. 

95-006267 
Wohrrannn, Andreas P. A. 

95-005057 
Wolfe, Douglas 

95-005976 
Wolfe, Sandra 

95-006257 
Wolnicki, J. 
95-004618 
95-004619 
95-001620 
Wolos, A. 
95-006200 
95-006287 
"ong, Darrell 
95-007045 
95-007046 
Wong, .1. L. 

95-004H73 
Kong, Ming Keong 

95-005988 
Wood, C. C. 

95-005075 
Vuod, C. H, 
95-004975 
95-005059 

Woodhouse, Charles D 
95-006812 

Stephen 

95-006201 

95-006202 
Koodley, Thomas 

95-006906 
VoodUy, nieoiag H. 

95-006773 
Woodtow, Haureen 

95-006967 
Carol A. 



Mwleott. Win iam S. 
95-005206 



Woo t ton, J. Tli 
95-006626 

Wool ton, It. .1. 
95-rUM!i70 

Wootton, Uoliort 



. 
Workman, hut K. 



World [ tun I 111 Hi R.-tnl ,*<!( t 

93-005H&6 
Wourma, J. I 1 , 



Wonniia, .Inhn I', 

95-onriorjii 

Wramiior, Ci>r 



Wrathinoll, A. H. 

OS-on.lltfil 
Wrenn, WI 13 hmi II. 



l., AL 

95-O 
Wriglit, 



Wright, (j. H. 
95-00'tOfifi 



M. 



WrigliL, Jciiiiki li.in M. 

95-OQZQ'iU 
WrlgliL, P. A. 

95-oor.ori'j 

Wroblewskl, J. !i. 



^/i? 6 
WurtahniiRh, W. A. 

93-007037 
Wustcmnnil , (11 1't ii-^ 



Wynnu, Forro 

95-00 ViU 7 
Wynne, Kutw 

05-flOG7.'i2 
Ximcncz, All 

05-006 7W 

95- 
Xu, Xucnl 



Yabe, Mnniorn 
95-OniKiOI) 
Yablonkn-Hunvonl , 



Yager, Robert K. 

95-006067 
Yahyaoui, AHnu'il 

95-005533 
Yako, Lisn 

55-Q0530;i 
YakupitiyagH, AIII;II ni nine 



Yamada, Koxuyot'l 

95-00^709 
Yamaguchi, SluiJr 

95-OOSOOfl 
Yamaha, Etatiro 

95-005112 
Yoruatnoto, Astutthl 

95-005730 
Yamaraoto, Nnnyukl 

95-005060 
Yamajrioto, Tnkplitk. 



Yamamoto, Takoalil 
95-00/.621 



298 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Vamamura, Nor to 

95-005190 
Yamaaahi, S, 

95-004517 

Vamauchi , Koliei 

95-004944 
VamaiichJ, , T. 

35-004517 
Yamiisaki, Fiunin 

95-005112 
Yanaz-Arancibia, Alejandro 

95-006221 

95-006598 

95-006609 
Yang JStnlng 

95-005163 

95-005501 
Yang, C. Z. 

95-005B67 
Vang, Liang-Tung 

95-0051D'i 
Yano, Kimmai'i 

95-005371 

95-006971 
Yaron, 2, 

95-004182 

95-005061 
Yaron, Zvi 

95-005062 
VCD. n. 

95-005792 
Yeah, Choo-Guan 

95-004614 
Yesakl, T. Y. 

95-QD509G 
Yin, H, C. 

95-005150 
Yip-Elol, Trevor 

95-005447 
Yogev, Leon 

95-005063 
Yokcim, Shane 

95-D059Q5 
Yakoyama, Iliroalii 

95-005fiOO 

95-005801 
Vostilda, Mlchlhlfo C. 

95-005112 
Yoslililn, T. 



95-001965 

95-005771 
Yoslilc, 5. 



Yoslilcila, M. 

95-OO1512 
Vosliiknwa-Ebesn | Joanne S. M> 

9ri-OO506' ( 
VaahlmL7.it i Mamotu 

9D-OO5757 

05-005B1& 

95-005821 



Voslslzawa, T. 

95-Ot)5Q2T 
Yaunfs, He 11 8.3ft 

93-006268 
Young, Michael X.. 

95-005'.20 

95-003'.21 

95-0066H 

95-006663 
Young, Paclencia S. 

95-003065 
Voung, Robert 

95-005203 



Yousif, A. N, 

95-0057B3 
Youson, J. II, 

95-005034 
Youson, John II, 

95-004890 
Yozzo, R. J. 

95-006669 
Yu Hongxian 

95-004542 
Yu, Zhi-Tang 

95-004459 
Yudanov, K. I. 

95-007021 
Yuen, R. 

95-005104 
Yustin, Charles T. 

95-006085 
Zahn, T. 

95-006045 
Zaidl, J. H. 

95-0060'i6 
Zaitsev, Yu. P. 

95-006216 
Zaki, M. A. 

95-OOAS09 
Zamal, H. 

95-005066 
Zandbcrgcn, M. A. 

95-005046 
Zanity, S. 

95-004503 
Zavala-Gonzatoz, Alfredo 

95-006972 
Zazancl , Nil gun 

95-00561& 
ZcdlQf, Joy B. 

95-006721 
Zcldia, John R. 

95-005292 
Zengel, Scott A. 

95-005655- 
Zhang Qixin 

95-0045/.1 
Zhang Qlyong 

95-004446 
Zhang Slmzlien 

95-006995 
Zhang, Q. 

95-004438 
Zhang, Quan 

95-005B36 
Zhao Xlnofan 

95-005161 
Zhao, XLne 

95-004914 
Zhou Kaiya 

95-006973 
Zhou Ming jlang 

95-005501 
Zhou, S. 

95-004737 
Zhou, Shengying 

95-005067 

95-005068 
Zhu Jianxin 

95-004526 
Zhu qian 

95-006203 
Zhu an g Qlanzeng 

95-004542 
Zhulkov, A. V. 

95-005262 
Zidar, B. 

95-006047 
Zielezny, Maria 

95-005992 



Fit 10(3) 



299 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Zielinski, Barbara S. 

95-004730 
Zigler, Steven J. 

95-005579 
Zimmerman, Kenneth D. 

95-007022 
Ziranerman, Hark 

95-004341 

Zimmerman, Mark P. 
95-005272 
95-006670 
Zint, Miehacla 

95-00620/1 
Zitzow, Ronald E. 
95-004548 
95-004751 
Zmora, N. 

95-005069 
Zccearato, i, 
95-00(1622 
Zoccarato, Ivo 

95-Q06368 
Zoltar, V. 
95-004543 
95-004679 
Zohar.Y. 

95-005069 
Zonfrlllo, B. 
95-005d75 
Zoological Society of Israel 

95-006205 

Zoran, Myron 

95-004470 

95-004471 

Zorn, Troy G. 

95-006671 

Zuna-Kratky, Thomas 

95-005467 
Zuwala, K. 

95-004695 
Zwanenburg, K. 

95-006928 
Zwaneveld, pete 

95-006248 
Zwick, Rodney 
95-006094 




GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



Africa 

95 -DOUd? 8 

95-004641 

95-005580 

95-005795 
Africa, Southern 

95-005609 
Africa, Sub-Saharan 

95-004440 
Africa, Western 

95-005297 

95-006745 

95-006B57 
Africa: Lake Malawi 

95-005121 

95-00558* 

95-005678 

95-006455 
Africa: Lake Tanganyika 

95-006437 
Africa: Lake Victoria 

95-006268 

95-006276 

95-006422 
Africa: Nile River and Basin 

95-005741 

95-005787 

95-005977 
Africa: Zambezi River and Daain 

95-006256 
Alabama 

95-006620 
Alabama: Cahaba River 

95-005261 
Alabama: Choc t a wh a tehee River 

95-005697 
Alabama; Guntersville Reservoir 

95-006635 

95-006686 
Alabama: Tallapoosa River 

95-005261 
Alabama: Tombigbee River 

95-006419 
Alabama: Wheel er Reservoir 

95-006*86 
Alaska 

95- 0060 65 

9S-006137 

95-006192 

95-006378 

95-006793 

95-006811 

95-00*879 

95-006935 
Alaska, Coastal 

95-005377 
Alaska, Southeastern 

95-005377 

95-006666 

95-006880 
Alaska, Western 

95-006849 
Alaska] Amchitka Island 

95-005500 
Alaska; Arctic Batl. Wildlife Refuge 

95-005306 
Alaska: Auke Bay 

95-005380 
Alaska: Bristol Bay 

95-006774 
Alaska! Cook Inlet 

95-004681 

Alaska; Gulf of Alaska 
95-005546 
95-005567 
95-006407 



...CONTINUED... 
Alaska; Gulf of Alaska 

95-006416 
Alaska: Karluk Lake 

95-006504 
Alaska: King Salmon River 

95-005372 

Alaska: Kodiak Island 
95-006353 
95-006629 
Alaska: Shelikof Strait 

95-005423 
Alaska: Taku River 

95-007000 
Alaska: Terror River 

95-006629 

Alaska: Tustumena Lake 
95-004690 
95-006464 
Albania 

95-006164 
95-006794 
Algeria 

95-006766 
Amsterdam Island 

95-005993 
Angola 

95-005609 
Antarctica 
95-005074 
95-005259 
95-005497 
95-005565 
95-005952 
95-006933 
Antarctica! Arthur Harbor. 

95-005976 
Antarctica; McHurdo Sound 

95-005976 

Arabian Sea and Area 
95-005663 
95-005689 
95-006673 
Argentina 
95-005347 
95-005461 
95-005656 
95-006456 
95-006497 
95-006761 
95-006762 
95-006765 
95-006796 
95-006797 
Argentina! Dahia nianca Estuary 

95-005887 
Argentina! Parana River 

95-005405 
Arizona 

95-006237 
95-006546 
95-007070 
Arkansas 
95-006115 
95-006317 
95-006988 
Arkansas: Buffalo River 

95-005373 
Arkansas: Ouachita River 

95-005218 
Arkansas! Red River 

95-005615 

Asia, Southeastern 
95-004371 
95-004382 
95-004421 
95-004438 



FR 40(3) 



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...CONTINUED... 
Asia, Southeastern 
95-004504 

95-004508 

95-005688 

95-005895 

95-006109 
Asia; Mekong River and Baain 

95-005274 

95-005602 
Atlantic Ocean 

95-005095 

95-005241 

95-005300 

95-005317 

95-005331 

95-005357 

95-005455 

95-005543 

95-005795 

95-005851 
95-006768 
95-006782 
95-006803 
Atlantic Ocean, Eastern 

95-006857 

Atlantic Ocean, North 
95-005073 
95-005305 
95-005308 
95-005319 
95-005332 
95-005506 
95-005710 
95-006729 
95-006733 
95-006741 
95-006760 
95-006773 
95-006777 
95-006814 
95-007018 



95-005511 



95-005613 



95-006929 
95-006963 



95-005636 
95-006696 



95-006957 



95-006806 
95-006861 
95-006938 



93-004729 
95-005111 
95-005133 
95-005242 
95-003297 
95-005314 
95-005400 
95-005453 
95-005483 



flrowna Bank 



...CONTINUED.. 

Atlantic OeBari 

95-005790 

95-OO5 823 

95-003840 

95-005B&3 

95-005975 

95-006275 

95-006725 

95-006745 

9S-OD6B7G 

95-006919 

95-006952 

95-006969 

95-006991 

95-007050 

Atlantic Ocpnn, 

95-004728 

95-005147 

95-005157 

gS-OOSLGft 

95 -005 2'. 

95-005287 

95-005307 

95-005333 

95-005355 

95-005371 

95-005419 

95-005438 

gs-ooa^sft 

95-005462 

95-00547.0 

95-005493 

95-005303 

95-005509 

95-005522 

95-005530 

95-005517 

95-005565 

95-005570 

95-00360'. 

95-005612 

95-005621 

95-005652 

95-005633 

95-005791 

95-005833 

95 -DOS 83 3 

95-005962 

95-005997 

95-006212 

95-006267 

95-006331 

95-006396 

95-006405 

95-006438 

95-006723 

95-006736 

95-006727 

95-006728 

95-006730 

95-006748 

95-006752 

95-006758 

95-006763 

95-00676? 

95-006778 

95-006780 

95-00680O 

95-006802 

95-006815 

95-006826 

95-006S27 

95-006841 

95-006845 

95-006846 

95-006834 



FR 40(3) 



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GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Atlantic Ocean, Northwestern 
95-006655 
95-006856 
95-006862 
95-006864 
95-006870 
95-006885 
95-006888 
95-006695 
95-006897 
95-006901 
95-006905 
95-006912 
95-00692* 
95-006931 
95-006937 
95-006960 
95-006967 
95-006992 

Atlantic Ocean, South 
95-005591 
95-006787 
95-006836 

Atlantic Ocean, Southeastern 
95-005356 
95-005585 
95-006755 
95-006922 

Atlantic. Ocean, Southwestern 
95-005347 
95-005461. 
95-0053B5 
95-006714 
93-00-6734 
95-006750 
95-006761 
95-006762 
95-006765 
95-006796 
95-006797 
95-006818 
95-006898 
95-006899 
95-006902 
95-006927 
95-006942 
Australia 
95-004688 
55-005909 
95-006134 
95-00687/1 
Australia! Albatross Bay 

15-00555'. 
Australia! Brisbane River Estuary 

95-005973 
Australia! Great Barrier Reef 

95-004787 

95-005188 

95-005416 

95 -005 425 

95-005527 
Australia! Gulf of Carpentaria 

95-005429 
Australia! Hurray River and Basin 

95-007053 
Australia; Port Phillip Bay 

95-005476 
Australia) Queensland 

95-005479 

95-005554 

95-005862 

95-005973 

95-006627 

95-007016 
Australia) Tasmania 

95-007001 



Australia! Victoria 

95-005476 
Australia: Western Australia 

95-005285 

95-006707 

95-007025 
Austria 

95-005460 

95-005467 

95-005826 

95-005886 

95-006318 

93-006569 

95-006591 
Bahama Islands 

95-005330 
Baltic Sea and Area 

95-004523 

95-005486 

95-005491 

95-005504 

95-005634 

95-005781 

95-005782 

95-006001 

95-006002 

95-006433 

95-006693 

95-006694 

95-006705 

95-006709 

95-006716 

95-006735 

95-006736 

95-006829 

95-006830 

95-006847 

95-006850 

95-006923 
Bangladesh 

95-0044B7 

95-00683B 
Barbados 

95-005360 
Barents Sea 

95-005437 

95-005453 

95-005474 

95-006795 
Beaufort Sea 

95-005306 
Belgium 

95-006093 
Belgium! Ourthe River 

95-005167 

95-005322 
Belize 

95-005431 

95-006296 

95-007011 

Bering Sea 

95-004853 

95-006879 

95-006971 

Bermuda Islands 

95-005612 

Black Sea and Area 
95-004753 
95-005343 
95-005616 
95-006216 
95-00681B 
95-0068B1 
95-007056 
Botswana 
95-005609 



PR 40(3) 



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1995 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



Brazil 

95-004518 
95-005248 
95-005666 
95-006068 
95-006551 
95-006714 
95-006734 
95-006749 
95-006730 
93-006848 
95-006898 
95-006899 
95-006927 
95-006970 

Brazil, Hanso River 
95-005552 
95-005553 



95-005552 



California 
95-004436 
95-004779 
95-005574 
95-006088 
"-006120 
95-0061B5 
95-006219 
95-006257 
95-006517 
95-006592 
95-006682 
95-OQ695S 
95-007012 
95-007031 
95-007049 
95-007058 
95-007061 
95-007065 
95-007068 
95-007069 



95-006101 

95-006421 

95-006*49 

95-006731 

95-006737 

95-006812 

95-006843 

95-006868 

95-006916 

95-006961 

95-007034 

95-007042 



95-007039 
95-007045 



95-007029 
95-007057 
ifornia; Carson 
95-007046 



95-005939 



Cal if 0rnlai Fal1 

95-006530 



California: Klamattt 
95-005351 
95-005711 
95-005712 
95-003729 
95-006066 
95-006101 
95-006126 
95-006156 
95-006191 
95-006307 
95-006320 
95-006326 
95-006361 
95-006542 
95-006563 
95-006595 
95-006539 
95-006592 
95-006599 
95-006603 
95-006622 
95-006623 
95-006656 
95-006658 
95-00666 B 
95-006923 

California: laka Talioo 
95-007045 



California: HcCloud 

95-006633 
California i Mohavo Rivoi- 

95-007032 
California! Mono Lake 

95-006171 
California! Monteroy Ray 

95-006B20 
Calif ornlal OMens Ri 

95-007030 
95-007031 

iflj Pit 
95-006530 

95-007062 



nlvai ' 



95-006704 

95-007063 



95-006555 
95-006563 
95-006593 
95-006616 



Franclaco 



95-00670^ 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



California; San Joaquin River 

95-004 7BO 
California; San Joaquin Valley 

95-005065 
California; Scott River 

95-0066-13 

California: Shasta River 
95-006572 
95-006573 

California; Silver King Creek 
93-006232 
95-007046 
California; Soda Springs 

95-007032 
California; Tomalea Day 

95-005000 

California: Trinity River 
95-005551 
95-005711 
95-005712 
95-006307 
95-006382 
95-006658 
Canada 

95-005509 
95-005622 
95-005875 
95-005893 
95-006096 
95-006107 
95-006177 
95-006201 
95-00&396 
95-006726 
95-006729 
95-006733 
95-006752 
95-006763 
95-006760 
93-006776 
95-006770 
95-006798 
95-006814 
95-006815 
95-006826 
95-006827 
95-006831 
95-006844 
95- 00 6 85 4 
95-006B55 
93-006856 
95-006901 
95-006912 
95-006944 
95-006945 
95-006960 
95-006992 
Canada, Eastern 

95-006541 

Canada i Alberta 

9-5-005379 

95-005888 

95-005921 

95-006162 

95-006454 

Canada; Amiak Lake 

95-006454 
Canada i Ashuapmushuan River 

95 -0064 U 
Canada! Athabasca River 

95-005921 
Canada: Baffin Island 

95-006697 

Canada; Bay of Fundy 
95-006743 
95-006747 



...CONTINUED... 
Canada; Day of Fundy 
95-006764 
95-006840 
95-006906 
95-006928 
95-006932 
Canada; Day of Quinte 

95-005507 

Canada; Dritiah Columbia 
95-004757 
95-004861 
95-005004 
95-005093 
95-005267 
95-005432 
95-005775 
95-005902 
95-006000 
95-006183 
95-006188 
95-006190 
95-006349 
95-006549 
95-006550 
95-006614 
95-006900 
95-006910 
95-007000 
Canada: Carnation Creek 

95-005267 
Canada; Conception Bay 

95-005593 
Canadai Cumberland Sound 

95-006897 
Canada; Dauphin Lake 

95-005533 

Canada: Fraser River 
95-005902 
95-006349 
95-006614 
Canada! Koucbibouguac River 

95-005904 
Canada t Lake Opeongo 

95-005358 
Canada! Manitoba 

95-005533 
Canada: Hargaree River 

95-005904 

Canada; Hiramicbi River 
95-005548 
95-005904 
95-005942 
95-006043 
95-006220 
95-006383 
Canada; Moisie River 

95-007006 

Canada; New Brunswick 
95-005548 
95-005904 
95-005942 
95-006043 
95-006220 
95-OQ63S3 
95-006560 
95-006565 
95-006864 

Canada; Newfoundland 
95-004728 
95-005307 
95-005353 
95-005355 
95-005404 
95-005419 
95-005462 
95-005505 



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1995 



...CONTINUED... 
Canada! Newfoundland 
95-005565 
95-005593 
95-005652 
95-005653 
95-006139 
95-006534 
95-006630 
95-006662 
95-006723 
95-006724 
95-006730 
95-006758 
95-006777 
95-006802 
95-006845 
95-006846 
95-006862 
95-006870 
95-006887 
95-006926 
95-006937 
95-006966 
95-006967 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



Canada.- Nova Scotia 

95-005287 

95-005847 

95-005850 

95-006727 

95-006743 

95-006747 

95-006864 

95-006928 

95-006932 
Canadas Ontario 

95-005148 

95-005152 

95-005208 

95-003237 

95-005358 

95-005376 

95-005404 

95-005507 

95-005513 
95-005595 
95-005620 
95-006108 
95-006182 
95-006242 
95-006246 
95-006262 
95-006432 
95-006451 
95-006461 
95-006471 
95-006498 
95-006528 
95-007028 
ada: o t t awa River 
95-006432 
-tat Paxton Lake 
95-005093 
Canada; Quebec 
95-003498 
93-005524 
95-005537 
95-006033 

"-Q06083 
"-0064U 

'5-006432 
95-006601 
'3-006777 
93-007006 



Caiifidm Kosilj{,fii;N H'~ <! 
l.lr,] 



CaniuEn: Hnlra 
95-1IO& 



Caiinilnr .'inmai m itt 

M-0047JJ 
Cnnndni Smith Klur 



ni !il, rio|tit*r 
Si,, Mum-'* isn'-l 



95-OOGIS11 

93-00661') 
95-006 m 



Canmlni ill . M.n>i 

95-O 
Canncljit 



Cnnailni Hlirtll r t-n 
93-00'iHOl 



Canary InliMnl 
95-00600? 

Caribhonn Au-n 
95-U031H3 
95 -00!i;m 
95-005360 
95-005111 



95-OO.TiFI1 



95-0053HI 
95-OOSl'JH 

95-003191 
95-OOS6IH 
95 - 006 23 H 



95 -0063 3 / 
95-006722 
93-000(12^ 
95-flOGOrH 
95 -000311 a 
Caspian Sen nml 
95-004/32 



Central Aniorlcn 
95-0053(36 
95-0069.11 

Chile 

95-OOM06 



95-00327? 
95-003637 
95 -005 OH 2 
95-005083 
95-0058H3 
95-002flO 
95-006907 
China 

95-00^*29 
05-00/.533 
95-005269 
95-OOG973 



306 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



China: Fujian Province 

95-006452 
China: Yangtze River and Basin 

95-00<i705 
Colombia 

95-005572 
Colorado 

95-005031 

95-006091 

95-006259 

95-007041 
Colorado; Arkansas River 

95-006243 
Colorado: Green River 

95-005473 
Comorog 

95-006755 

95-006853 

95-007036 
Connecticut 

95-005651 

95-00605d 
Costa Rica 

95-005283 

95-005291 
Costa Rica! Gulf of Nicoya 

95-005B30 
Croatia 

95-005583 
Crozet Islands 

95 -005 '.a 1 
Czech Republic 

95-006024 
Cz.ecU Republic: Lipno Reservoir 

95-006336 
Delaware 

95.-Q058BO 
Delaware! Delaware River Estuary 

95-006151 
Denma rh 

95-005100 

95-006B29 

95-006850 
Bast China Sea and Area 

95-006973 
Easter Island 

95-006948 
Ecuador 

05-006775 

95-004801 

95-006907 
Egypt 

95-005731 

95-0057'.! 

95-005787 

05-0053(16 

95-OQ5B90 

95-005891 

05-005977 
Egypt: Suez Canal 

45-005571 
England 



95-006147 

95-006245 

95-OD6275 

95-006309 

95-006325 

95-006411 
England! Bristol Channel 

95-005242 
England! Poole Bay 

95-006896 
England! Red Tarn 

95-005077 
England! River Frome 

95-005293 



England! River Trent 

95-006252 
England! Severn River 

95-0065*14 
England! Thames River 

95-006532 
Ethiopia 

95-006491 
Eurasia 

95-007051 
Europe 

95-004385 
95-004386 
95-004729 
95-005531 
95-007056 
Europe, Northern 

95-004346 

Europe! Danube River and Ilasin 
95-005460 
95-005467 
95-005880 
95-006591 
Europe: Iberian Peninsula 

95-005485 

Europe: Rhine River and Basin 
95-006270 
95-006600 
Fa e roe Islands 

95-004711 
Falkland Islands 

95-006942 
Finland 

95-005781 
95-005782 
95-006013 
95-006036 
95-006037 
95-006266 
Finland! Lake Oulujarvi 

95-006344 
Florida 

95-004340 
95-004345 
95-005254 
95-005270 
95-005281 
95-005330 
95-005573 
95-006263 
95-006292 
95-006473 
95-006480 
95-006486 
95-006490 
95-006690 
95-006965 
Florida, .Central 

95-005433 
Florida, Coastal 

95-004889 
Florida, Southern 
95-005639 
95-006081 
Florida, Southwestern 

95-006305 
Florida! Apalachicola River 

95-005312 
Florida! Divans Arm Lake 

95-005927 
Florida: Escambia River 

95-005697 

Florida! Everglades Natl, Park 
95-005639 
95-006081 

Florida! Fort Jefferson Natl. Monument 
95-005578 



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1995 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



Florida: Keys 

95-005055 
Florida! Lake Apopka 

95-006*79 
Florida! Lake Bryant 

95-005927 
Florida: Lake Denhara 

95-006459 
Florida; Lake Griffin 

95-006673 
Florida: Suwannee River 

95-007060 
France 

95-005091 
95-005255 
95-005383 
95-005394 
95-005411 
95-005413 
95-005489 
95-005561 
95-005779 
95-005807 
95-006107 
95-006424 
95-006427 
95-006444 
95-006583 
95-006718 
95-006766 
France: Bay of Biscay 

95-005451 
France! Bay of Douarnenez 

95-005465 
Frances Elorn River 

95-006617 
France; Lac Leman 
95-005335 
95-005336 
95-005413 
95-006260 
France: Lake Annecy 

95-006260 
France; Loire River 

95-007010 
France! Oir River 

95-006578 
France: Orb River 
95-005076 
95-006304 
France; Rhone River 

95-005560 
Frances Vilaine River 

95-007010 
Galapagos Islands 
95-005694 
95-006821 
Georges Bank 
95-005410 
95-005547 
95-003576 
95-006387 
95-006831 
95-006344 
95-006871 
95-006893 
95-006920 
95-006934 
Georgia 



Georgia i Ichawayii&cJiatfa 

95-005386 
Germany 

95-004410 
95-004496 
95-0045.23 
95-005823 
95-006218 
95-006600 
95-006655 
95-006735 
Germany: Bautaen Kaserva 

95-005470 
Germany: Elbe Rlvac 

95-005971 
Germany; Lake Constance 

95-006270 
Grand Batiks 

95-005565 
Great Britain 
95-005840 
95-006876 
95-006952 
Great Lake a 
95-0050G2 
95-005725 
95-005B74 
95-005885 
95-005941 
95-006020 
95-006165 
95-006231 
95-006470 
95-006484 
95-006469 
95-006493. 
95-006501 
95-006303 
93-006514 
95-006531 
95-006579 
Greece 

95-004347 
93-006084 
95-006766 
Greece! Lake Korklni 

95-006675 
Greenland 
95-005371 
95-005478 
95-005710 
Guam 

95-005685 
95-006993 
Gulf of Mexico 
95-004SS9 
95-005219 
95-005312 
95-005370 
95-005519 
95-005655 
95-005906 
95-006391 
93-006930 
95-006954 
95-006959 
95-006965 
95-006968 
95-006972 
95-006974 
Hawaii 

95-004359 
95-004527 
95-005673 
95-005881 
95-006B75 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



...CONTINUED.. . 

Hawaii 

95-007011 
Hawaii: Hainilia River 

95-006564 
Hungary 

95-004474 
95-006303 
Idaho 

95-005399 
95-006244 
95-006278 
95-006618 
95-006636 
95-006661 
95-007037 
Idaho: Dig Wood River 

95-006653 
Idaho: Boise River 

95-00560L 
Idaho i Henrys Fork 

95-00317(3 
Idaho: Lemlii River 

95-006293 
Idaho: Salmon River 

95-006654 

Idaho: Snake River 
95-005624 
55-005877 
Illinois 

95-005508 
95-005520 
95-005539 
Illinois! Illinois River 

95-006327 
India 

95 -00') 623 
95-006225 
95-006 B3B 
95-006 H39 
95-006904 
95-00-6990 
Indian Ocean 
95-005105 
95-005381 
95-005582 
95-005599 
95-005677 
95-005691 
95-006073 
95-006290 
95-006294 
95-00 675.6 
95-000835 
95-006839 
95-006853 
95-006904 
95-006946 
95-006947 
95-007036 

Indian Ocean. South 
95-005431 
95-005658 
95-005993 
95-006755 
Indonesia 
95-005149 
05-005701 
95-006230 
Iowa 

95-006128 
Iowa: DCS Hoincs River 

95-005908 
Iowa! Pool 12 

95-005409 

Iowa i Red Haw Lake 
95-006687 



Iowa: Union Grove Lake 

95-006672 
Iraq 

95-005719 
95-005720 
Ireland 

95-005758 
95-0064:42 
Irish Sea 

95-005589 
Israel 

95-004365 
95-004449 
95-004470 
95-004471 
95-004184 
95-004528 
95-004576 
95-005061 
95-006205 
95-006476 
Israel! Gulf of Aqaba 

95-005207 
Israeli Sea of Galilee 

95-006477 
Italy 

95-005468 
95-005773 
95-006062 
95 -'00 6 7 66 
Jamaica 

95-005192 
95-006701 
Japan 

95-004371 
95-004534 
95-004723 
95-004BB7 
95-005072 
95-005120 
95-005165 
95-005190 
95-005345 
95-005517 
95-005773 
95-005852 
95-006512 
95-006638 
95-006863 
95-006872 
95-006913 
Japan i Hokkaido 
95-004714 
95-005344 
Japan; Kagoaldma Bay 

95-004535 

Japan; Kumano Sea 

95-006211 

95-006805 

95-006832 

95-006837 

95-006914 

95-006939 

Japan! Lake Diwa 

95-005748 

Japan! Okinawa 

95-005197 

95-005249 

Japani Sendai Bay 

95-005387 
Japan: Seto Inland Sea 

95-006448 
Kampuchea 
95-005274 
95-005602 
Kansas 

95-006227 



FR 40(31 



309 



1995 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



Kansas! Cottonwood River 
95-007044 



...CONTINUED, . . 
Maiuat (In If n( > 



Kentucky 
95-004497 
95-005577 
95-005383 
95-005858 
Kenya 

95-006276 
Kenya: Lake Nalvasha 

95-006324 
Kenya: Lake Nakuru 

95-005487 
Lake Erie 
95-005334 
95-005521 
95-006494 
Lake Huron 
95-005295 
95-005376 
95-006468 
95-006492 
Lake Michigan 
95-005239 
95-005304 
95-005798 
95-005900 
95-005968 
95-006022 
95-006273 
95-006469 
95-006474 
95-006475 
95-006478 
Lake Ontario 
95-005097 
95-005327 
95-005334 
95-005507 
95-005557 
95-005643 
95-006076 
95-006250 
95-006508 
95-006509 
95-006590 
95-006632 
Lake Superior 
95-005466 
95-005477 
95-006312 
Laos 

95-005274 

95-005602 
Louisiana 
95-005219 
95-006810 



Madagascar 

95-006755 
Maine 

95-005910 
95-003944 



Maine 



Ha I no i . 

95-00*61 1 
Malnot I'cmilhnnit n<, ff 

93-005312 
Hainof SI. Clrol BUfr 

93-00616.1 
Malnwl 



93-OOSf.Ofi 



Malta 



MiirslinU In 
95- 00,16 B4 
03-0069(1 if 

Mary In ml 

95-086^/11 



93-i006!!94 
Marylnml, Koa 



MaryLntuli 1'nLLixrm 

93-006,13(1 



Maryland) Si 

93-oo6;tri 

95 -0063 '/ft 



93-005119 

95-006570 
Maasaclinaol ttii 

95-006/1H 
Mauritius 

95-006/51 



thug I 



95-001791 
95-005UH} 
95-0032(10 
95-005290 
95-003119 
95-00339'! 
95-OO.M13 



95-001311 

95-0053jg 

95-00.1501 

95-005503 

95-003.164 

95-00.130(1 

95-003662 

95-003BW 

95-000063 

95-006079 

95-0061.1(1 

95-006310 

95-0067/.0 

95-000751 

95-006766 

95-OOfi781 



Mexico 

95-001378 
95-001697 

95-00573H 
95-006113 
95-006281 
95-0069.04 
95-006973 
95-00697'i 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



...CONTINUED. . . 
Mexico: Gulf of California 

95-005568 

95-005680 

95-005699 

95-006720 

95-006867 
Mexico: Jalisco 

95-005953 
Hex! co : Lake Chapala 

95-005953 
Mexico! Qtiintana Roo 

95-005192 
Mexico: Tabasco 

95-006979 
Mexico: Yucatan 

15-005605 
Michigan 

95-005376 

95-005397 

95-005488 

95-005858 

95-006254 
Michigan: Hunt Creek 

95-006520 
Michigan:: Huron River 

95-006612 
Michigan:! St. Kartin Bay 

95-005295 
Michigan; Sturgeon River 

95-006215 
Mi cronos ia 

95-006875 
Minnesota 

95-005098 

95-005401 

95-005870 

95-006441 

95-006466 

95-006481 

95-006615 

95-006628 
Minnesota, Northern 

95-005905 
Minnesota: Finger Lakes 

95-006458 
Minnesota! Gould Creek 

95-006437 
Minnesota! Lake Vermilion 

95-005698 
Minnesota: Pool 9 

95-005528 
Minnesota: Red Lakes 

95-005532 
Minnesota! St. Louis River 

95-005477 

95-005899 
Mississippi. 

95-004684 
Mississippi! Sard la Lake 

95-005623 
Mississippi: Yazoo River 

95-006186 
Missouri 

95-0066(11 
Missouri! Hariaa des Cygnes River 

95-005915 
Missouri; Pome de Terre Lake 

95-005471 
Missourii Stockton Lake 

95-005471 
Mon tana 

95-004804 

95-005199 

95-005399 
Montana! Big Hole River 

95-006536 



Montana: Gallatln River 

95-004795 
Montana: Yellowstone River 

95-005378 
Morocco 

95-006766 
Mozambique 

95-005609 

95-006755 
Myanma r 

95-006838 
Namibia 

95-005609 

95-006755 
Nebraska 

95-005240 
Nebraska: Holt Creek 

95-006605 
Nebraska: Platte River 

95-006582 
Nepal 

95-006640 
Netherlands 

95-006485 
Netherlands Antilles 

95-005233 
Netherlands! Lake Ijssel 

95-006677 
Nevada 

95-006231 

95-0066B2 
Nevada: Truckee River 

95-007067 
New Jersey 

95-004685 

95-005BBO 
New Mexico 

95-004697 

95-006237 

95-006390 
New York 

95-005097 

95-005286 

95-005364 

95-005482 

95-005557 

95-005610 

95-005627 

95-005835 

95-005871 

95-005992 

95-006070 

95-0061U 

95-006129 

95-006132 

95-006140 

95-006159 

95-006189 

95-006238 

95-006250 

95-006482 

95-006502 

95-006507 

95-006540 

95-006581 

95-006590 

95-006608 

95-006632 

95-006659 

95-007033 
New York, Coastal 

95-005791 
New York! Adirondack Lakes 

95-005617 

95-005884 

95-006239 



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. ..CONTINUED... 
New York: Adirondack Lakes 
95-006500 
95-006513 
Hew York; Canadarago Lake 

95-006311 
New York: Cayuga Lake 

95-006499 
Hew York; Clmutauqua Lake 

95-006515 
New York: Conesus Lake 

95-006510 
New York! Hudson River 

95-004725 

95-004997 

95-005302 

95-005324 

95-005332 

95-005354 

95-005631 

95-005984 

95-006043 

95-006610 

95-006641 

95-006669 

95-006717 
New York: Hudson River Estuary 

95-005093 

95-005346 

95-005362 

95-005510 

95-005525 

95-006446 

95-006553 

95-006696 

95-006703 
New Yorki Jamaica Bay 

95-006785 
Hew York: Lake George 

95-006462 
New York: Long Island 

95-005642 
New York: New York Bay 

95-006708 
New York: New York Bight 

95-005480 
Nev York: Oneida Lake 

95-005445 

95-005472 

95-005647 
New York: Onondaga Lake 

95-006214 

95-006472 
Nev York: Salmon River 

95-006531 
New York: Sawmill River 

95-005592 
New York! Seneca Lake 

95-006499 
New York! Susquehanna River 

95-006609 
New Zealand 

95-005292 

95-006107 

95-006759 

95-006852 

95-006874 
New Zealand: Lake Okaro 

95-005979 

"" SSS w " Rotorua 

New Zealand: Lake Taupo 
95-006393 



Niger: Niger River 

95-006419 
Nigeria: Croaa River 

95-005299 
North America 
95-004343 
95-004580 
95-0055(10 
95-005616 
95-005630 
95-005827 
95-006142 
95-006149 
95-006180 
95-006308 
95-006841 

North Amorinaj Calomel a Kivcr 
95-005473 
95-007029 
95-007049 
95-007058 
95-007068 

North Amerlcai Col wilt hit Kli*r 
95-005272 
95-005382 
95-005388 
95-005389 
95-005407 
95-005490 
95-005877 
95-006160 
95-006236 
95-006306 
95-006377 
95-006379 
95-006495 
95-006521 
95-006523 
95 -0065 2 't 
95-006525 
95-006526 
95-006527 
95-006533 
95-006548 
95-006561 
95-006562 
95-006577 
95-006580 
95-006587 
95-006593 
95-006607 
95-006619 
95-006625 
95-006634 
95-006643 
95-006646 
95-00665/1 
95-006657 
95-006660 
95-006661 
95-006663 
95-006665 
95-006670 
95-006754 
93-007037 
95-007052 
95-007039 

North Americar Rocky Hoiinmlfi 
95-005598 
95-006631 
North Carolina 
95-004847 
95-003570 
95-005876 
95-006683 
95-006718 



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North Carolina, Coastal 
95-005 433 
95-003458 
95- 005 83 3 
95-006351 
Horth Carolina, Western 

95-005663 

tfor tii Carolina: Albemarle Sound 
95-005326 
95-005392 
95-006700 
North Carolina! Cape Fear Estuary 

95-005106 
North Carolina: Coweeta Creek 

95-005391 

North Carolina: Jordan Reservoir 
95-005536 
95-006345 
North Carolina: Onslow Hay 

95 -006 a 00 
North Carolina: Pamlico Sound 

95-005514 

North Carolina: Hoanoke River 
93-005326 
95-006700 
North Carolina: Walters Lake 

95-006030 
North Dakota 
95-005629 
North Dakota: Yellowstone River 

95-005376 
North Sea 
95-00*1984 
95-005273 
95-005325 
95-005452 
95-005493 
95-005823 
95-005975 
95-006019 
95-006072 
95-006433 
95-006735 
95-006772 
95-006786 
95-006829 
95-006830 
95-007009 
95-007018 
Norway 

95-003099 
95 -00 5 453 
95-0059B3 
95- 00604 & 
95-006107 
95-006243 
95-0062-411 
95-005279 
95-000729 
95-006733 
95-006614 
95-006955 
Norway! Imsa River 

95-005415 
Norway i Lnko Takvntn 

95-005642 
Norway! Ncsjo Reservoir 

95-006347 
Norway! Orkla River 

95-005398 
Oceania 

95-006134 
95-006948 
95-006-983 
95-006987 
Ohio 

95-004&35 



...CONTINUED... 
Ohio 

95-005858 
Ohio, Northeastern 

95-006596 
Ohio: Black River 

95-005922 
Oklahoma 

95-006284 
95-006297 
Oklahoma; Cache Creek 

95-005665 

Oklahoma: Lake Texoma 
95-006279 
95-006339 
95-006505 
Oklahoma! Red River 

95-005615 
Oklahoma: Robert S. Kerr Reservoir 

95-006692 
Oman 

95-005663 
Oregon 

95-005052 
95-005272 
95-005407 
95-005499 
95-006681 
95-006719 
Oregon, Coastal 
95-005382 
95-006731 
95-006792 
Oregon: Agency Lake 

95-006538 
Oregon: Coos Bay 

95-005160 

Oregon! Klamath River 
95-006101 
93-006585 

Oregon: Snake River 
95-005877 
95-006575 
95-007052 
Oregon: Umpqua River 

95-005160 

Oregon: Upper Klamath Lake 
95-006460 
95-006538 
95-007050 
Oregon: Wood River 

95-006538 
Pacific Ocean 
95-005105 
95-005320 
95-005562 
95-005566 
95-005597 
95-006209 
95-006409 
95-006430 
95-006808 
95-006821 
95-006859 
95-006875 
95-006918 
95-006936 
95-006962 

Pacific Ocean, Eastern 
95-005673 
95-005680 
95-005681 
95-005694 
95-006210 
95-006265 
95-006773 
95-006801 



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...CONTINUED,.. 
Pacific Ocean, Eastern 
95-006929 
95-006956 

Pacific Ocean, North 
95-005075 
95-005393 
95-005608 
95-005669 
95-006732 
95-006H07 
95-006817 
95-006823 
95-006872 
95-006890 
95-006971 
95-007012 

Pacific Ocean, Northeastern 
95-004342 
95-003382 
95-005423 
95-0055*6 
95-005567 
95-005372 
95-005698 
95-005997 
95-006101 
95-006421 
95-006449 
95-006731 
95-006737 
95-006790 
95-006792 
95-006811 
95-006812 
95-006819 
95-006843 
95-006880 
95-006882 
95-006900 
95-006910 
95-006913 
95-006935 
95-006944 
95-006945 
95-006954 
95-006961 
95-006972 

Pacific Ocean, Northwestern 
95-004714 
95-005197 
95-005344 
95-005345 
95-005387 
95-005517 
95-006452 
95-006746 
95-006833 
95-006863 
95-006953 

Pacific Ocean, South 
95-005200 
95-005594 
95-005845 
95-005976 
95-006134 



...CONTINUE!).. , 
Pacific Occnn, SoU.|i r >" 
95-0056J13 
95-005703 
05-006410 
95-006831 
95-006307 
95-0069',9 
95-0&6951 

Pacific Ocean, SmiUbH"^ 
93-OQ5LRH 
95-005-29;! 
95-OO.W4J 
95-006110$ 
95-006024 
95-006930 
95-007016 

Pacific Ocean, Hosicir, 
9S-OQ5/,20 
95-003382 
Pakistan 
95-OOfiOM 
95-00607:1 
Pakistani lnilii-i lltviCT 

93-006510 
Panama 

95-00469!) 
95-00(1700 
95-003434 
95 -005 69ft 
Papua Now UiilnoAi BO.-BJ l&'ff 

93-003*119 
Papun Now (iulimii S*tiU I :'-' 

95-0032K9 
Pcnusylvniiirt 
9S-005BBI) 
95-000269 
Pennsylvania, Wnntom 

95-0061596 
PennsylvanLni JsmintA Jluf 

95-0054^9 
Pennsylvnuliil Y'lualiln^-f '-f t 

95-006373 
Peru 

95-00527? 
95-005913 
95-00626!) 
95-006907 
95-006949 
95-OOC991 
Philippines 
95-004444 
95-00'501. 
95-004307 
95-003784 
95-000767 
PhilippinoBi l.tifiiittjt tin itf 

95-004421 
Poland 

95-006199 
95-006200 
95-0062B7 
Poland! Minn lllvcr 

95-006233 

Portugal 

95-005400 

95-005790 

95-005863 

95-006051 

95-006919 

Puerto Rico 

95-0034fl4 

95-OOS'iVO 

95-005707 

95-006337 

Red Sea and Aron 

95-005207 



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...CONTINUED. . . 
Red SCR and Area 

95-005686 

95-006222 
Reunion 

95-003361 

95-006073 

95-006735 
Rhode Island 

93-005323 
Rhode Island: Ann aqua tuck at River 

95-005402 

95-005526 
R.OSS Sea 



95-005952 
Russia 

95-001722 
95-005611 
95-005850 
95-006354 
95-006436 
95-00662 1, 
Russia, En rap can 
95-005129 
95-005260 

Russia; Far Eastern Region 
95-001715 
93-005369 
95-006106 
95-006570 
95-006742 
Russia! Kamchatka. 
95-005311 
9S-00&716 
95-000833 
Russia i Kuban River 

95-005659 

RussSai Lake Daykal 
95-005693 
95-005883 
Ruaslat Lena River 

95-001719 
HussLai Ob River 

93-00 fi719 
Kuaslai Pechora River 

95-005266 
Ruaaiai Wit I to Sea 

95-005474 
Russia: YQniaey River 

95-004710 
Ecotlond 

95-QO'i353 
95-005279 
95-005*52 
95-005475 
95-005975 



ScotlantLi Flirth of Clyde 

95-003991 
Scotland: Loch Lomond 

95-OOSA22 
Scotlandi Shetland Islands 

95-005896 
Scotland i Tumiel Rlvor 

95-005419 

Sea of Japan 

95-005002 

95-005367 

95-005575 

95-006106 

95-006742 

95-00&BGO 

Sen of Okhotsk 

95-005569 
Seychelles Islands 
95-005599 



...CONTINUED. .. 
Seychelles Islands 
95-006755 
9-5-006946 
95-O06947 
Sierra Leone 
95-005311 
Singapore 
95-004357 
95-004505 
S lovakia 

95-005088 
Slovenia 

95-005495 

95-006158 

Solomon Islands 

95-005349 

95-006908 

Somalia 

95-005663 
South Africa 
95-004494 
95-005356 
95-005609 
95-005828 
95-005829 
95-005848 
95-005853 
95-005943 
95-006034 
95-006146 
95-OD6290 
95-006294 
95-006755 
95-006756 
95-006922 

South Africa! Olifants River 
95-005956 
95-005957 
South America 
95-005594 
95-005664 
95-005699 
95-005700 

South America: Amazon River and Basin 
95-006551 
95-006552 
95-006635 
South America: lake Titicaca 

95-006334 
South America: 
95-005405 
95-005656 
95-006235 
South, Carolina 
95-005869 
95-005876 
South Carolina, Coastal 

95-005458 
South Carolina! Hartwell Lake 

95-006679 
South Carolina: North Inlet 

95-006691 

South China Sea and Area 
95-006973 
95-006995 
South Dakota! Lake Oahe 

95-005430 
South Georgia 

95-0067S7 
South Shetland Islands 

95-005259 
Spain 

95-005100 
95-005132 
95-0060B5 
95-006107 



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..CONTINUED... 
Spain 

95-006394 

35-006751 

95-006766 
Spain: Esva River 

93-006602 
Spain: Guadalquivir River 

95-005243 

95-0052*4 
Sri Lanka 

95-006838 

B ^5Sa aiMl th6 Grenadines 

Sweden 

95-006571 

95-006736 

95-006847 

95-006969 

95-007014 
Sweden; Ricklea River 

95-005*15 
Switzerland; Lac Leman 

95-005336 

95-005361 

95-005*12 
Switzerland; Rhone River 

95-007014 
Taiwan 

9S-004356 

95-005288 
Tanzania 

95-006422 
Tennessee 
95-005668 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



Tennessee: Pigeon River 

95-005999 
Tennessee: Tims Ford Lake 

95-006300 



Texas 

95 
95 
95- 
95- 
95- 
Texas, 

95- 
95- 
95- 
Texas, 

95- 
Texas, 

95- 



-00(697 
006082 
006103 
006319 
006702 
Coastal 
006710 
006711 
006866 

Southeastern 

005007 
Western 
005418 



95-006286 
95-006711 
95-006866 

Lake Texona 
95-006279 
95-006339 
95-006505 



Thailand 
95-004533 



.CONTINUED... 
Trinitlad and Tobago 

95-003447 
Tunisia 

95-004*98 
95-006766 
Turkey 

93-009343 
95-005519 
95-005330 
93-005616 
93 -003 7 26 
95-006706 
95-006818 

U.S. Virgin lalnnJs 
95-005315 
95-006258 
Uganda: Lake K>'ogn 

95 - 0064 n 
United Kingdom 
93-006102 
93-006442 
Unitad StnU9 
95-004433 
95-005773 
95-0059711 
95-00 &090 
95-006107 
93-006116 
95-OD6U3 
93-006113 
95-006213 
95-006370 
95-006798 
95- 0068 n 
9-5-006631 
95-0066-14 
95-OOSB52 
95-006874 
95-006684 
95-006901 
95-006912 
95-006940 
95 -0069H1 
95-OOC981 
93-007043 
United Stntas, 
95-005246 
95-00560* 
95-006096 
95-006713 
United Stntos, 
95-005286 
95-005997 
93-006009 
95-006123 
95-006189 
95-006833 
United StatoB, 
95-006049 
95-006526 
95-006547 
United Stntoa, 

95-005338 
United Stntoa, 

93-004379 
United States, 
95-006124 
93-00*178 
95-00631C 
95-006323 
95-OQ6BB2 

United Statesi AppalftchUa, 
95-00561B 
95-005903 
93-006558 

United Statesi Chosapciln fc 
95-004997 



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XJNTINUED. . 

^ed States: 

15-005157 

15-005236 

15-005311 

15-005313 

15-005329 

15-005332 

15-005515 

15-005996 

15-0063-28 

15-006333 

15-006386 



. 
Chesapeake Bay 



Connecticut River and Basin 
Middle Atlantic States 
Mississippi River and lias in 



Hew England 



)5-QU67Q6 
ted States 
J5-Q06579 
ted States 
55-00674'. 
ted States 
35-005095 
)5-0054CH 
35-005528 
35-005579 
35-OD&327 
J5-DQ&343 
35-00&5B4 

led States: Missouri River and Bnain 
35-005378 
95-006403 
ted States 
95-004902 
35 -005 2 45 
95-005303 
95-005007 
95-005027 
95-005893 
95-OOQ2B3 
95-006537 
95-006685 

ted States: NatthcDntral States 
95 -006 10 ft 
9i-OOG32T 

led States! Ohio River and Basin 
95-005577 
95-006596 
guay 

95-005656 
95-005666 
95-006247 
95-006893 
95-006902 
,li 

95-005145 
iht Grc-on lUvot 
95- 005^73 
ilt; Main Creek 
95-005256 
ilu Thistle Greek 
95-005250 

IQKllClil 

95-006722 

95-006982 
iQzncla] Rio Orinoco 

95-00&606 
iczuclai Rio Vcntuarl 

95-005596 
mtont 

95-005635 

95-00609(1 
nnonti Lake Chomplain 

95-006261 

95-006433 

95-006356 
rnwnt! West River 

95-005322 



Vietnam 

95-005150 
Virginia 

95-005238 

95-005348 

95-005645 

95-005882 

95-006117 

95-006004 
Virginia, Coastal 

95-006351 
Virginia; Barbours Creek 

93-006223 
Virginia: Elizabeth River 

95-006041 
Virginia: James River 

95-005435 

95-005494 

95-006557 
Virginia! Mattaponi River 

95-006557 
Virginia; New River 

95-006224 
Virginia! North Anna River 

95-005541 
Virginia: Pamunkcy River 

95-006557 
Virginia: Pigeon River 

95-005999 
Virginia: Rappahannock River 

95-006557 
Virginia! Shcnandoah Hatl. Park 

95-006613 
Wales 

95-005111 

95-005296 

95-005879 

95-006275 

95-006535 
Wales; I,lyn Tegid 

95-005077 
Wales! River Tywl 

95-006545 
Washington 

95-004377 

95-004683 

95-OOA866 

95-005407 

95-005544 

95-006160 

95-006236 

95-006335 

95-006719 
Washington, Coastal 

95-005382 

95-006790 

95-006819 
Washington: llonnevillc Dam 

95-006306 
Washington! Box Canyon Reservoir 

93-005388 
Washington! Cedar River 

93-005424 
Washington! Granite Reservoir 

95-006688 

95-006689 
Washington; Lake Washington 

95-005417 

95 - 005 (f 24 
Washington! Mt. St. Helens 

95-007023 
Washington! Nisqually River 

95-006550 
Washington! Snake River 

95-005272 

95-005389 



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Washington! Snake River 

95-005499 

95-005877 

95-006554 

trait of Juan de Fuca 



,, . , 
itmbabwe 

95-1103609 
Zimbabwe: Lake Karlba 

"-006236 



95-006790 

Washington: Wenatchee River 
95-005252 
95-005253 
95-005395 
95-005396 
95-005456 
95-006298 
95-006315 
95-006331 
95-006559 
Washington; Willapa Bay 

95-006964 

Washington: Yakima River 
95-005282 
95-005630 
West Virginia 

95-006612 
West Virginia, northern 

95-006596 
Wisconsin 
95-006289 
95-006357 
95-006476 
95-006478 
Wisconsin. Big st. Germain Lake 

95-006342 

Wisconsin! Fox River 
95-005239 
95-005907 
95-006547 

Wisconsin; Green Day 
95-005239 
95-005304 
Wisconsin; Lake Mendota 

95*006488 

Wisconsin: Lake Winnebano 
95-005258 
95-006445 
Wisconsin: Paul Lake 

95-006363 
Wisconsin: Peter Lake 

95-006363 
Wisconsin: West Long Lake 

95-006363 
Wisconsin: Wolf River 

95-005258 
Wyoming 

95-005598 
95-006465 
Wyoming: Bitter Creek 

95-005558 

Wyoming! Douglas Creek 
95-005420 
95-005421 




95-005444 
Wyoming; South French Creek 

95-005420 

95-005421 
Wyoming! Swaetwater River 

95-005443 
Yellow Sea and Area 

95-005464 
Yugoslavia 

95-005587 
Zambia 

95-005609 
Zabiat Lake font,. 



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msL.-aUvc! HeiinrlM 
...I, Salmon Foil. /Amiii. K]j. 
"95-006206 

95-006207 

}5-00620ft 
Int. Pac. llnllliut Coimi. /Anim. 

Rep. 

95-0061117 
Inter- Am, Trop. Tuna COIHD. 

95-006209 

Inter- Am. Trop. Tuna Ciuiii). /Am 
Rep, 

93-006210 

Northwest All . l-'l-'tli. 
Orp,on./Aimii. Hup. 

95-006212 
U.S. Flail mill Wlldlll'o Knrvli-i 

9D-006Z13 
Aquatic 1' Inn til 
Algao 

95 - 004 'i 16 

95- 00463 S 
95-0067H'i 
Aquatln Plant CimUiil 



9:1-006 101 

95-00650/ 
95-00(1.111 
95-006.1 15 
95-0066B 
95-006605 
95- 00660 7 



95-OOU'il 
95-00'i U'i 



M-004341 



95-0(16305 
95- 0060 1)5 
95-OI)6(iH7 
Conl.rol/i:hPiiili:t 



93-01)6115 

CunLrol/Miirlinnlrnl 
93- 



93-01)6307 

95.00631ft 
Conirol/Niilrli.litn 

93-01)'. Ilft't 
Drlfl. AlH'in 

95 -00'. 3 /, 2 
Fliytiilnnktnii 

95-00'.'ilfj 
Toxic 



95-0069BJ 
Toxic PlauU 

93-006983 
Behavior 
Abnoi'innllttoH 

93-006S70 
Activity PattoniH 

93-005167 

95-005169 

9S -00517(1 



...WINTINUED... 
llctmvSor 

Ac:tlwlLy I'attonm 

9ri-(H)51'J3 

'jr.-(K)5196 

os-nosata 



'J5-005177 
95-00.11(17 
"JS-OOSIDH 



A^gi tin M! vd llotinvliir 

mi-ort'i/Mi 

'J5-()0'.H5(1 
'J!-(WilHl! 
'j p i-()0 r i!ll(i 
0!i -1)0,5 HOI 
0!l-00!i2M!i 
05-005:161 



Alaini 



Ilt'linvliir 
'J!l -()()'. Ill 
CniinililtllHin 



95-OOSH6D 
Co lorn l hm 



95-004II17 



Ofl-005106 
95-0051(16 



Ctuiri.9!il|i 



9.5-005197 
9.1- 005 22 



95-005H05 



9(1-0011 71 

DJmlromy 
95-001377 



HI 



1993 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.. -CONTINUED. . . 
Behavior 

Diurnal Rhythm 

95-005217 
Early Development 

95-005181 

95-005204 

95-005227 

95-005232 

95-005249 

95-005318 
Egg Prcdation 

95-005198 
Egg Trading 

95-005318 
Electric Behavior 

95-005168 

95-005189 
Electrical Cormiunication 

95-005168 

95-005189 
Electrolocation 

95-005213 
Electrotaxis 

95-005172 
Escape Behavior 

95-004805 
Fecundity 

95-005316 
Feeding Experiments 

95-004718 
Foods /Feeding 

95-OOf,561 

95-004718 

95-004850 

95-005093 

95-005179 

95-005180 

95-005181 

95-005184 

95-005185 

95-005186 

95-005188 

95-005195 

95-005209 

95-005220 

95-005221 

95-005225 

95-005226 

95-005227 

95-005228 

95-005229 

95-005231 

95-005318 

95-005428 

95-005431 

95-005436 

95-005441 

95-005449 

95-005454 

93-005457 

95-005466 

95-005480 

95-005498 

95-005632 

93-005641 

95-005860 
General 
95-005262 
95-006135 

Genetics 
95-005187 

Habitat Selection 
95-005169 



...CONTINUKU... 

Behavior 

Habit.nl Si'lccUfJi 

95-00520? 
95-00521'. 
95-005219 

93 -005 SDH 
95-003:190 
95-OOS421 

KatcheryfWIU iv>;-,i1n 
93-DQ.51HII 
95-<106!i7n 

IinprlntliiK 



95-un.i iw 
95-003 ID 
95-005 1H2 



95-0033:1 'I 



95 -ODD 'Kill 
In t rn a p((r I*' 



93-llOril'Jll 
95'flO!ll'Jl 



95-005 KB/ 
93-005H16 
95-0033911 



95 -003(1 9 d 

os-ouniv; 

95-009171 



95-OOIMO'/ 
Kate HHb'i' 



95-OIHU/ll 



95-005194 
93-001197 



l, Inn 
OU17) 

or.ao7 

95-0033?/ 
ovcnicnLM 
95~OfHiW) 
BS-OO.'IIIO 



95-005166 
95-00.1194 



..CONTINUKD. 



95-005227 

95 -oo 52:10 

95-005:il!l 

95-01)3:119 

95 -00 r i:i Ml 

95-005:13'' 

95 -005 S3 'J 

95-005:160 

95-005361 

95-005363 
Niulii- Ovrlii|i!t 

95-003'M9 

95-0094:11 
Olfiwl-loii 

95-0051(1'! 
Oiicntui.lim/HiMiilii 

95-003i:i2 

95-005212 

95-fl052r,l 

95 - oori a r; 

95-005377 

PiirastllUH/DlfK'll'H!! 

05 0032 K 3 
Pnrimuil llclmvlor 
95-OOr)2{ll 
95-005202 
95-005227 
95- 1)1)5 2:i (I 
95-001291 



95-fl()S17'l 
95-OOS177 



95-005171 
95-U051/:! 
91-00317', 
9.1-OU5l7!i 
OS-005l7Ci 
95-005 1HO 
95-l)0.'ilf>:i 
95-OO r il9-'i 



95-005204 
05-005203 

95-003:100 
91-009632 

9.1-001197 
05-011!) 19(1 
91-005217 
95-005:110 

HlltHlU'O]) 1 HHl 

95-005199 
Schooling 



95-003179 
05-005219 
95-005535 
95-007009 
Sex Hovcrunl 
95-003177 
05-003190 



, .CONTINUE), . . 
ulidvlot 1 
SlioalliiR UelmvJor 

95 -006'. 3 V 
Hiirial llclinvlor 

911-00.1230 

'J!i-()()32/ ( fj 

')!i-0056ia 
Hniili: SlltimlL 

'J!i-(H)52iri 
.Siniiitl l'ro(luirl,loii 

9S-0046:(7 
Hpawning 

'J.1-00!Hd!i 

93-01)9106 

*>ft-oril<Ki 

<J!i-Olt5l97 

9r-0052ll 

1)9-003217 

99-003 a 30 

'.l!i-005:i/iH 

<J!i-00919't 

'jri-oofisoit 

')S-l)093fi1 
S|iuwiilllH Ml^nil.lo 
<J9-00!KI2H 



M-IID9HJH 
9!l- 009 Mill) 



99-009215 
'J5-00!i2!(i 
99-00321(1 



95 -007009 



<i 9 -.009 2 06 

Tempi! f 11 ttu'fi 

'J 9 -0030 37 



93~<H)!HH2 
95-1)09 1 HO 



91-003191 
99-0011.92 



93-0052B7 
93-003360 



Vfirlnilon 
9.1-OOS091 
95-003132 
95-0091H7 

Vision 
99 -00904 4 
9.1-0051H4 
95-009314 



95-007025 



Inil Mi!llnnln 



321 



1993 



CONTINUED... 
Bibliographies 
Esocidae 
95-007026 

Entrapment 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Percidae 

95-007026 
Salrnonidae 

95-007026 
Washington 

95-007023 

Ci.ltur e /Prop a8at i Dn .. Cold 
Abnormalities " 

35-004735 
Age/Growth 
95-004401 
95-004413 
95-004547 
95-004556 
95-004598 
95-004399 
95-004600 
95-004622 
Arnlno Acids 
95-004598 
95-004599 



95-004400 
95-004414 

Aquariums 
95-004635 

Bacterial Diseases 
95-005724 

Biofiltration 

95-004652 

Brood Stock 

95-004412 

95-004353 

95-006206 
Cage Culture 

95-006208 
Carcass Traits 

95-004547 

95-004559 

95-004584 

95-004600 

95-004622 
Coloration 

95-004559 
Condition Factors 

95-004401 

95-004347 
Diets 

95-004409 
95-004544 

95-004545 
95-004553 
95-004559 
95-004560 
95-004572 
95-004584 
95-004598 
95-004599 
95-004600 
95-004601 



95-004622 
95-004765 
"-00*782 
",003063 
Dlswse Control 
'3-005807 



... CONTINUED... 
Cul tyre/Propagation- . c 
Dlseasc-Kroc Oihar* 
95-Q05724 
Disinfection 
95- 00 4 &5 3 
95-005724 
Drug Clearance 
95-004405 
Economics 
95-004397 
95-004530 
95-006011 
Egg Quality 
95-004 94ff 
95-006705 
Egg Survival 

95-005735 

EnvJroiuiGiUnl Ir:p{ti 
95-004398 
95-004410 
Fecundity 

05-004553 
Feeding Exporirwnti 
95-004544 
93-004547 
95-004552 
95-0014553 
95-004556 
95-001559 
95-004572 
95 - 0045 S i> 
95-004598 
05-004599 
95-004600 
95-004601 
95-005225 
95-005754 
Feeds 
95-004515 
95-004547 
93-004575 
95-004530 
95-004581 
95-004014 
Filtration Systivni 

95-004565 
Fin Erosion 

95-006176 

Fish Hatchery Nf fluent! 
93-004369 
95-004397 
95-004403 
95-004406 
95-004410 
93-005870 
95-005905 

Food Conversion mtcln 
95- 00 4 409 
95-004572 
Fry Production 
95-004404 
95-004560 
95-004614 
95-004960 
95-006705 
General 
95-005716 
Genetic Strains 
95-006206 
Genetics 
95-006207 
Growth Stimulants 
95-004622 



40(3) 



322 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED. . . 

Culture/ Propngn Lioii--Coldwa tec 
Hatchery Design 

95-004403 

95-004411 

95-00441'. 

95-00462 A 
Hatchery Releases 
' 95-006307 

95-00&320 
Hatchery^ Wild Populations 

95-004108 

95-005013 

95-006207 
Hatching 

95-004560 
Hybrid Fish 

95-004801 
Induced Maturation 

95-004412 
Larvae 

95-004960 
Light 

95-004399 
Lights 

95-00462'. 
Maturation 

95-004412 
Medication In Diets 

95-004405 

95-004622 
Mono sex Culture 

95-00't81'i 
Mortality Factors 

95-004402 

95-005735 

95-006705 
Mortality Rates 

95 - 004 '.0 7 
Net- Pen Culture 

95-004369 

95-004399 

95-00<i'iQ3 

95 -00 4 406 

95-005837 

95-005870 

95-005903 
Nutrients 

95-004553 
Ocean Ranching 

95-OOD139 

95-006206 

95-006811 
Oxygen 

95-004414 
Oxygonntion 

95-004401 
Or.ona 

95-004653 

95-004665 
Faraaites/Disenges 

95-004369 

95-004398 

95 -004 '(02 

95-004344 

95-004652 

95-005716 

95-005718 

95-005724 

95-005727 

95-005733 

95-005735 

95-005754 



...CONTINUED... 

Culture/ Propagation- -Coldwater 
Parasites /Diseases 

95-005775 

95-005803 

95-005807 

95-005310 

95-005820 

95-005821 

95-005842 

95-005849 

95-005801 

95-006176 
Parr-Smolt Transformation 

95-005014 

95-005282 
Phosphorus 

95-00-5905 
Plio tope riod ism 

95-004550 
Polyploidy 

95-004404 

95-004407 

95-004801 
Pond Culture 

95-004397 

95-006326 
Production 

95-004403 

95-004407 

95-004580 

95-004900 
Public Health Problems 

95-005710 
Roaring Density 

95-004401 
Recirculating Systems 

95-004635 

95-004652 

95-004665 
Selective Breeding 

95-004413 
Spawning 

95-004402 
Spawning Cycle Regulation 

95-004412 
S tock Lug / Introduc t Lons 

95-006326 
Stress 

95-004407 
Tank Culture 

95-004403 

95-004407 

95-004411 

93-004414 
Techniques /Light 

95-004624 
Techniques/Temperature Control 

95-004635 
Techniques /Water Quality 

95-004643 

95-004653 
Temperature 

93-004547 

95-004581 

95-004635 

95-004849 

95-006307 
Transportation 

93-004624 
Viral Diseases 

95-005724 
Vitamins 

95-004544 



FR 40(3) 



323 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED.., 
Culture/Propagation- -ColdHa tec 

Vitamins 

95-004560 

95-004581 

95-004782 
Water quality 

95-004409 

95-004414 

95- 00465 3 

95-004665 
Culture /Propagation- -General 

Aeration 

95-004394 

95-004664 

95-004666 

Agriculture-Fish Culture 
95-004381 

Algae Culture 
95-004372 

95-004663 

Amlno Acids 

95-004615 
Amwmla 
95-004370 
95-004657 
95-004660 
Aquariums 
95-004641 
95-005802 
Bibliographies 

95-004376 
BiofUtration 
95-004394 
95-004650 
95-004651 
95-004659 
93-004660 
95-004670 
Bird Predatlon 
95-004353 
95-004449 
95-004642 
Brood Stock 
95-004351 
95-004393 
Cage Culture 

95-004361 
Carcass Traits 

95-004348 
Computer Applications 

95-004655 
Condition Factors 
95-004377 
Cryopreservatlon 
95-004349 
95-004350 
95-004383 
Diets 
95-004351 
92-004370 
95-004372 
95-004390 
H-QQ4392 
95-004395 
95-004593 
95-004602 
95-004612 
95-004615 
95-004886 
95-005525 
Disinfection 
95-004648 



...CONTINUED... 
Culture /PropagationGeneral 
Drug Clearance 

95-004374 
Economic Value 

95-004359 
Economics 
95-004354 
95-004356 
95-004366 
95-004375 
95-004378 
95-004381 
95-004382 
95-004384 
95-004605 
95-006404 
Education 
95-004352 
95-004306 
95-004384 
Egg Preservation 
95-004350 
95-004351 
95-004383 
Egg Production 
95-004350 
95-004351 
95-004769 
Egg Quality 
95-004350 
95-004351 
95-004989 

Endangered Populations 
95-004379 
95-006121 

Environmental Impacts 
95-004346 
95-004363 
95-004376 
95-004381 
95-004385 
95-004386 
95-004387 
95-004392 
Exotic Species 

95-004364 
Fecundity 

95-004350 
Feeders 
95-004396 
95-004593 
95-004655 

Feeding Expei' intents 
95-004571 
95-004615 
Foods 
95-004381 
95-004392 
95-004571 
95-004576 
95-004593 
95-004605 
95-004612 
95-0048B6 
Fertilization 

95-004349 
Fertilization/ Soil anA Water 

95-004361 

Filtration Systems 
95-004394 
95-004647 
95-004659 



FR 40(3) 



324 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED. ,. 
Culture/ Propagation- -General 
Fish Hatchery Effluents 
95-004346 
95-004358 
95-004363 
95-004368 
95-004385 
95-004386 
95-004391 
95-004392 
95-004396 
95-004393 
95-004602 
95-005892 
95-005925 
Fish Kills 
95-005721 

Food Conversion Efficiency 
95-004576 
95-004593 
95-004602 
95-004615 
Food Digestibility 

95-004576 
Forage Production 

95-004372 
Fry Production 

95-004356 

Gas Removal 

95-004658 

95-004663 

93-004669 

Genetic Strains 

95-004393 
Genetics 
95-004350 
95-004360 
95-004365 
95-004379 
95-004393 
95-004395 
Handbooks 
95-004366 
Harvest 
95-004361 
95-004390 
Hatchery Design 
95-004346 
95-004363 
95-004366 
95-004373 
95-004389 
95-004671 
Hatchery/Wild Populations 

95-004379 
Hybridization 
95-004365 

Induced Maturation 
95-004395 
95-004740 

Invertebrate Forage 
95-004367 
95-004610 
95-005708 
Invertebrate Prcdation 

95-004642 
larvae 
95-004351 
95-004372 
95-004395 

Laws/Law Enforcement 
95-004364 



.. .CONTINUED. .. 

Cu 1 ture / P ropaga tion- - Gene rn 1 

Laws/Law Enforcement 

95-004375 

95-004381 

95-004385 

95-004387 

95-004392 

Marketing 

95-004348 

95-004354 

95-004359 

93-004366 

95-0043B1 

95-004382 

Medication in Diets 
95-004367 
95-005708 
Modeling 

95 -006'. 04 
Net-Pen Culture 

95-001361 
Nitrite 

95-005036 
Nitrogen 

95-004370 

95-004658 

95-004669 
Nutrition 

95-004350 
Ornamental Fish "Trade 

95-004641 
Oxygen 

95-0046S7 

95-004660 

95-004668 
Oxygenation 

95-004394 

95-004654 

95-004658 

95-004660 

95-004664 

95-004666 

95-00'i66B 

95-004:669 
Ozone 

95-004648 

95-004651 

95-00-4666 
Paraflites/Dlaenacs 

93-00<i330 

95-001336 

95-001367 

95-001372 

95-001374 

95-004390 

95-004395 

95-003708 

93-003713 
Planning 

95-004354 

05-004363 

95-001378 

95-001381 

95-004382 

93 -00 43 B4 
Polyculturo 

95-OCKi356 
Polyploidy 

93-004393 
Pond Construction 

93-004361 
Pond Culture 

95-004356 



FR 40(3) 



325 



1993 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.. .CONTINUED. . . 

Cul ture / Propagation- - Genera L 

Pond Culture 

95-004361 

95-004390 

95-004391 

95-006404 

Production 

95-004347 

95- 00435 'i 

95-004356 

95-004359 

95 -004360 

95-004362 

95-004332 

95-004384 

53-004395 

95-Q04BB6 

95-006281 

95-006104 

Proteins 

95-004602 
Racevay Cultui-e 
05-001671 
Rearing Density 

95-004356 

Roclrculating Systems 
95-004647 
95-004650 
95-004651 
95-004656 
05-004659 
95-004663 
95-Q<H666 
95-004670 
95-004672 
Rep reduction 
95-001350 
95-004351 
95-001355 
Sex Reversal 
95-004365 
95-004393 
Site Suitability 
95-004346 
95-004381 
Social Valuas 
95-004347 
95-OOU80 

Spawning Cycle Regulation 
95-004350 
95-004351 

Spawning Techniques 
95-004350 
95-005351 

Sperm Preservation 
95-004349 
95-004350 
95-004351 
95-004353 
. 93-0043B3 
Survival 

95-0&4769 

Tank Culture 

95-004661 

Techniques /Flow Controllers 
95-004655 

Techniques /General 
95-004642 
Techniques |IM lac. 
95-004571 
95-004661 
Techniques / Oxygen 
95-004664 



, ..CONTINUED... 
Culture/ PropagationGeneral 
Techn iqnes I Oxygen 

05-004668 
Techniques /Temperature Cm teal 

95-004655 

Techniques /Ha tec Quality 
95-004645 
95-004647 
95-004648 
95-004651 
95-004656 
95-004658 
95-004660 
95-004669 
95-004671 
Technology 
95-004655 
Transportation 

95-004364 
Vaccination 
95-004367 
95-004372 
Water Quality 
95-004358 
95-004370 
95-004394 
95-004395 
95-004645 
95-004648 
95-004650 
95-004651 
95-004654 
95-004657 
95-004659 
95-004663 
95-004666 
95-004669 
95-004670 
95-004672 
95-005721 
Water Supply 

95-004361 

Culture/Propagation-- lHvrtebr 
Artemla 

95-004372 
Fish Control/ Homo vftl 

95-004500 
Forage Production 
95-004372 
Poly culture 
95-004500 
Rotifers 

95-004372 
Shrimp Culture 
95-004500 
95-006291 

Culture /Propagnt ion- -Hn rinm 
Age /Growth 
95-004514 
95-004563 
95-004577 
95-004590 
Algae Culture 

95-004542 

Amino Acids 

95-004574 

95-004586 

Ammonia 

95-004528 
Aquarium a 
95-004516 
95-004630 



FR 



326 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Culture/ Propagation- -Marine 
Aquariums 
95-004631 
95-004632 
95-004633 
95-005333 
95-005791 
Aquatic Plant Control 

95-004633 
Bacteria 

95-004512 
Biofiltration 

95-004528 

Brack! shwater Culture 
95-004357 
95-004500 
Bcood Stock 
95-004508 
95-004521 
95-004531 
95-004532 
95-004538 
95-004539 
95-004569 
Cage Culture 
95-004357 
95-00/i499 
95-004507 
95-004508 
95-004509 
95-004517 
95-004533 
95-004539 



. ..CONTIHUEI). . . 
Culture /Propagation --Marine 
Egg Production 

95-004503 

95-004508 

95-004521 

95-00452*1 

95-004529 

95-004532 

95-004336 

95-004537 

95-004538 

95-004569 
Egg Quality 

95-004521 

95-OO4569 
Fecundity 

95-004569 
Feeding Expe rim ants 

95-005526 

95-001561 

95-004563 



95-004577 

95-004578 

95-004586 

95-004590 

95-004592 

95-00*> 621 

95-004776 

95-004958 
Feeds 

95-004499 

95-004511 

95-004578 

95-004591 
Fingerllng Production 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. ..CONTINUED... 
Cultwre/Propagation-'Harine 
Hatchery/Wild Populations 

95-004454 
Ho rmotie s 
95-00 4508 
95-00(1532 
Hybrid Fish 
95-00(1801 
Incubation 
95-004538 
Induced Maturation 
95-004503 
95-004508 
95-004532 
95-GOH543 
Invertebrate Forage 

95-006513 

Laboratory Spawning 
95- 004508 
95-005333 
Larvae 
95-004503 
95-004508 
95-004511 
95-004513 
95-004515 
95-004518 
95-004521 
95-004529 
95-004531 
95-004532 
95-004538 
95-004540 
95-004543 
95-005722 

lava /Law Enforcement 
95-004502 
95-004504 
Modeling 

95-004388 
Monosex Culture 
95-004537 
95-005120 
Mortality Factors 

95-004516 
Net-Pen Culture 
95-004369 
95-004399 
95-004403 
95-004406 
95-004541 
95-004561 
95-005837 
95-005895 
Nitrogen 
95-004522 
95-004649 
Nutrient Control 

95-004522 
Ocean Ranching 
95-004535 
95-005139 
95-005B95 
Ornamental Fish Trade 

95-004516 
Oxygen 
95-OQ43BB 
95-004528 
93-004931 ' 
Paras Heartseases 
95-004369 



...CONTINUED... 
Cul ture / Propagation- -Marine 
Parasites /Diseases 
95-004499 
95-004505 
95-004521 
95-005722 
95-005779 
95-005786 
95-005791 
95-005793 
95-005820 
95-005B62 

Parr-Sraolt Transformation 
95-004509 
95-004770 
95-004791 
95-004802 
95-004803 
95-004B94 
Phosphorus 
95-004522 
95-004649 
Pho tope clod Ism 
95-004503 
95-004508 
PI mining 
95-004371 
95-004501 
95-004504 
95-004507 
95-004535 
95-006097 
Poly culture 
95-004500 
95-004517 
Polyploldy 
95-004537 
95-004801 
95-004857 
Pond Culture 
95-004357 
95-004499 
95-004508 
95-004527 
95-00432B 
95-004543 
95-004931 
Production 
95-004357 
95-004371 
95-004501 
95-004505 
95-004506 
95-004509 
95-004511 
95-004512 
95-004515 
95-004517 
95-00451(1 
95-004519 
95-004520 
95-004531 
95-004533 
95-004534 
95-004558 
95-004578 
95-004592 
95-004770 
95-004803 
95-005120 
Proteins 
95-004563 



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.. .CONTINUED... 
Culture /Propagation- -Marine 
Proteins 

95-004586 

95-004958 
Hen ring Density 

95-004500 
Rcclrculallng Systems 

95-004519 

95-004522 
HGConilitioning 

95-00*1532 
Hcju-adiict.ion 

95-004503 

95-004521 

95-004532 
Salinity 

95-004514 
Sex 1) a termination 

95-flO-'.50B 

95-003120 
Sex Reversal 



95-004508 



slto Suitability 

93-QOfi502 

95-004505 
Social Values 

95-006097 
Spawning Cycle Hcgulatlon 

'J5-004503 

9D-OQ'.532 

95-004543 
Spawning Techniques 

93-004524 

95-004536 

95-0(14941 
Spenn 1'reservation 



Stocking/ Introduction a 

95-000332 
Survival 



95-0045] 1 

95-004512 

95-00'.51'i 

95-004515 

95-004531 
Tank Cu Hiiro 

fl3-0ti't513 

95-00451B 

95-004529 
Tficlmlques/Wator Quality 



Temperature 

93-004506 

95-004520 

95-004577 
Water quality 

95-0043BB 

93-004519 

95-004522 

95-004328 

93-OD4633 

95-004649 

Cultu re/ Propagation- -Waiinwater 
Ac r a Lion 

93-004493 
Age /Growth 

95-004430 

95-004433 



...CONTINUED... 

Culturc/Propagation--Harmwater 
Age /Growth 
95-004462 
95-004485 
95-004548 
95-004549 
95-004557 
95-004583 
95-004009 
95-004611 
95-004616 
95-006362 
Agricultural Wastes 

95-006362 

Agriculture-Fish Culture 
9D-00442B 
95-004429 
95-004451 
95-004468 
95-004473 
95-004546 
95-006364 
95-006365 
95-006366 
95-00&367 
95-006368 
Algae culture 

95-004444 

Aral no Acids 

95-004555 

95-004582 

95-004587 

95-004597 

95-004611 

95-004616 

Ammonia 

95-004433 

95-006025 

Anesthetics 

95-004480 

95-004899 

Aquariums 

95-004456 

95-004460 

95-004466 

95-004491 

95-004619 

95-004627 

95-004628 

95-004629 

93-004634 

95-004636 

95-004637 

95-004638 

95-004639 

95-004640 

95-005054 

95-005217 

95-005245 

95-005283 

95-005739 

95-005749 

95-005776 

95-005809 

95-007055 
Aquatic Plants 

95-004416 

95-004640 
Diofiltration 

95-004662 
Diomaas 

95-006364 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED.., 

Culture/ Propagation --Warmwater 
Blomass 
95-006365 

Brackishwater Culture 
95-004444 
95-QOH611 
Brood Stock 
95-004421 
95-004<i36 
95-QQ4437 
95-004450 
95-004467 
95-004479 
95-004182 
95-004877 
Cage Culture 
95-004444 
Carbon 
95-004417 
Carcass Traits 
95-004419 
95-004439 
95-004441 
95-004549 
95-004568 
95-004583 
95-004604 
95-004617 
95-004692 
95-001028 
95-005744 
95-006988 
Condition Factors 
95-004452 
95-004548 
Diets 
95-004421 
95-004435 
95-004437 
95-004438 
95-004461 
95-004464 
95-004467 
95-004546 
95-004548 
95-004549 
95-004550 
95-004551 
95-004554 
95-004555 
95-004557 
95-004562 
95-004564 
95-004565 
95-004566 
95-004568 
95-004570 
95-004573 
95-004582 
95-004383 
95-004585 
95-0045B8 
95-004594 
95-004596 
95-004597 
95-004603 
95-004604 
95-004606 
95-004607 
95-004608 , 
95-004611 
95-004516 



...CONTINUED... 

Culture/Propagation- -tfam 5tl 
Diets 
95-004617 
95-004618 
95-004619 
95-004620 
95-004856 
95 -005'. 83 
Disease Control 

95-005739 
Duck Farming 

95-004473 

Early Development 
95-004452 
95-004465 
Economic Value 
95-004453 
95-OQ44S6 
95-OD44B7 
Economics 
95-004371 
95-004425 
95-004420 
95-004429 
95-OD4462 
95-004478 
95-004483 
95-006989 
Education 

95-004425 

Egg Production 

95-004421 

95-004437 

95-004't46 

95-004466 

Egg quality 

95-004438 

95-004479 

Egg Survival 

95-004459 

95-001479 
Endangered poi 

95-OOM90 

95-007055 
Extension Service a 

95-GD*<423 
Fecund 1 ty 

95 -00V. 67 
Feeding Ex]>arinn.!iitH 

95 -OO/i 4 6'. 

95-004463 

95-004475 

95-004540 

95-004535 

95-004557 

95-00456't 

95-004565 

95-0014570 

95-004579 

95-004502 

95-004503 

95-004587 

95-004509 

95-004595 

95-004604 

95-004606 

95-004C07 

95-004609 

95-004611 

95-004616 

95-005483 
Feeds 

95-004424 



IECT INDEX 



. . .CONTINUED... 

Culture/ Propagation- -Wannwater 
Feeds 
95-004548 
95-004551 
95-004567 
95-004585 
95-001587 
95-00(1588 
95-004594 
95-004597 
95-001618 
95-004619 
Fertilization 
95 -OO^'i 77 
95-004492 

Fertllination/Soil and Hater 
95-004422 
95-004129 
95-004447 
95-004451 
95-004469 
95-005127 
95-006362 
95-006364 
95-006365 
95-006366 
95-006367 
95-006368 

Fingerling Production 
95-004162 
95-004497 
95-001364 

Fish Hatchery Effluents 
95-004371 
95-004451 
95-001471 
95-004196 
Fish Silage 

95-001567 

Food Conversion Efficiency 
95-004420 
95-001548 
95-004550 
95-004557 
95-001565 
95-004582 
95-004583 
95-004607 
95-004609 
95-004616 
Fry Production 
95-004371 
95-004118 
95-004421 
95-004425 
95-004137 
95-00443B 
95-001417 
95-004467 
95-004482 
95-001495 
95-004497 
95-004562 
95-004.566 
95-004573 
95-004593 
95-004618 
95-004619 
95-001620 
95-005706 
taneral 
95-001423 



. . .CONTINUED. .. 

CultuTe/Propagation--Wamrwater 
General 

95-005716 
Genetic Engineering 

95-005110 
Genetic Strains 
95-004419 
95-004421 
95-004443 
95-004479 
95-004562 
95-OD5092 
Genetics 

95-004403 
Growth Hormone 

95-004458 
Growth Stimulants 
95-004415 
95-004579 
95-005030 
Handling Methods 
95-0044.80 
Harvest 

95-004447 
Harvesting Techniques 

95-004695 
Hatchery Design 
95-004427 
95-004451 
95-004457 
95-004495 
95-0046<i6 

Hatchery/Wild Populations 
95-005070 
Q5-005741 
Heated Water 
95-004441 
95-004602 
95-004828 
History 
95-004443 
95-004453 
95-OD44B2 
95-006303 

Hooking /Hand ling Stress 

95-004*177 

95-004751 

95-004699 

Hormones 

95-004438 

95-004482 

95-0044BB 

Hybridization 

95-004420 

95-004421 

95-004448 

95-004626 

95-005217 

Incubation 

95-004437 

95-00*467 

Incubators 

95-004467 

Induced Maturation 
95-QQU36 



95-004477 

95 -00 4 't 82 
95-005061 
95-005062 

Invertebrate Forage 
95-004618 



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1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 

Culture/Propagation- -Warmwater 
Invertebrate Forage 

95-004620 

Laboratory Spawning 
95*004486 
95-004490 
95-004491 
95-004626 
95-004634 
95-005054 
95-005166 
95-005217 
Larvae 
95-004418 
95-004424 
95-004438 
95-004446 
95-004479 
95-004486 
95-004562 
95-004566 
95-004595 
95-004620 
95-004851 
Laws /Law Enforcement 

95-004496 

Manure 

95-004469 

95-006364 

95-006365 

Marketing 

95-004425 

95-004453 

95-004483 

95-004484 

95-006989 

Masculinization 

95-004442 

95-004445 

95-004493 

Maturation 

95-OD4B77 

Medication In Diets 
95-004431 
95-004498 
Modeling 
95-005427 
95-006447 
Monosex Culture 
95-004445 
95-004488 
95-004489 
95-Q04493 
95-004830 
95-005126 
Mortality Factors 
95-004470 
95-005767 
Mortality Rates 
95-004557 
Net- Pen Culture 
95-004451 
95-006367 
Nitrite 
95-004463 
Nitrogen 
95-004417 
95-004463 
95-004473 
95-004475 
Nutrient Control 
95-004473 



...CONTINUE!)... 
Culture /Propagation- -Har 
Nutrient Control 

95-004475 
Nutrients 
95-004588 
95-004597 

Ornamental Fish Trade 
95-004357 
95-004482 
95-004488 
95-004626 
95-005749 
95-006303 
Overwintering 

95-005030 
Oxygen 
95-004433 
95-004471 
Ozone 
95-004426 
95-004472 

Parasites /Diseases 
95-004357 
95-004371 
95-004424 
95-004431 
95-004437 
95-004459 
95-004461 
95-004464: 
95-004498 
95-004596 
95-005706 
95-005716 
95-005741 
95-00574'! 
95-005748 
95-005749 
95-005767 
95-005776 
95-005805 
95-005809 
95-005814 
95-005990 
95-006025 
Phosphorus 
95-004475 
Phytoplankton 

95-004434 
Pigrnentera 
95-0045B9 
Plankton 

95-006364 
Planning 
95-004371 
95-004440 
95-004453 
95-004478 
95-004483 
95-004437 
95-004497 
Pollution 
95-006361 
95-006365 
Polyculture 
95-004429 
95-004430 
95-004451 
95-004435 
95-004468 
95-004469 
95-004594 



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.. .CONTINUED. .. 

Culture/Pvopagation--Wannwa tot- 
Poly culture 
95-004646 
95-005427 
95-006362 
05-006364 
95-006366 
Polyploidy 
95-004479 
95-004488 
93-005085 
95-005125 
Pond Culture 
95-004417 
95-QQ4422 
95-O04428 
95-004429 
55 - 004 1, 3 2 
95-004433 
95-004434 
95-004437 
95-004430 
95 - 00 4 'i 4 4 
95-004447 
95-004451 
95-004457 
95-004467 
95-004474 
95-0044B2 
95-004484 
93-004497 
95-004603 
95-004644 
95-004667 
95-006368 
I 1 reduction 
95-004371 
95-004417 
9D-004419 
95-004430 
95-004421 
95-004426 
95-004429 
05 -00 4 438 
95-004443 
95-0044.44 
95-004447 
95 -0044') 8 
95-004.450 
9f)-0044S3 
95-0044S8 
95-00'i46H 
95-004472 
95-004478 
95-004434 
95-004/185 
95-004490 
95-004567 
95-004568 
95-004604 
95-00/<830 
95-004856 
95-004999 
95-005085 
95-005427 
95-006447 
Proteins 
93-004983 
95-004597 
95-004009 
95-004611 

Public Health Problems 
Q5-OD6Q24 



. , .CONTINUED... 
Culture/Propagation- -Wamw 
Raceway Culture 
95-004451 
95-004481 
95 -00 '.64 6 
95-004662 
Rearing Density 
95-004469 
95-004471 

Recirculatlng Systems 
95-004426 
95-004427 
95-004442 
95-004472 
95-004481 
95-004662 
Reproduction 
95-004467 
95-004479 
95-004482 
Rice-Fish Culture 

95-004451 

Selective Breading 
95-004419 
95-004427 
95-004448 
95-004450 
95-004636 
95-005109 
95-005149 
95-005150 
95-006303 
Sewage Effluents 
95-004439 
95-004475 
95-004494 
95-005901 
95-006024 
95-006034 
Sex Determination 
95 -004 83 
SEX Reversal 
95-004442 
95-004488 
95-004489 
95-004999 
95-005106 
95-005110 
Sex ing 
95-004436 
Site Suitability 
95-004483 
95-004496 
Social Values 
95-004425 
95-006989 
Spawning Cycle Regulat 

95-004482 

Spawning Techniques 
95-004437 
95-004447 
95-004456 
95-004466 
95-004477 
95-004492 

Sperm Preservation. 
95-004747 
95-005016 
Stock Assessment 

95-004433 

Stocking/ Introduction: 
95-004485 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 

Culture /propagation- -Wannwater 
Supplemental Feeding 
95-004/138 
95-004603 
95-005427 
Survival 

95-004435 

Tank Culture 

95-004424 

95-004427 

95-004467 

95-004620 

Taste and Odor Problems 

95-004993 
Techniques /General 

95-004495 

Techniques /Monosex Culture 
95-004493 

Techniques/Water Quality 
95-004472 
95-004644 
95-004667 
Temperature 
95-004433 
Transportation 
95-004751 
95-004899 
Vitamins 
95-004461 
95-004464 

Water Exchange Rates 
95-004417 
95-004457 
Water Level Regulation 

95-004471 
Water Quality 
95-004357 
95-004417 
95-004424 
95-004426 
95-004433 
95-004457 
95-004463 
95-004469 
95-004470 
95-004471 
95-004472 
95-004481 
95-004644 
95-004646 
95-004662 
95-004667 
95-005901 
95-006025 
95-006365 
95-006366 
95-006367 
Hater Supply 
95-004428 
95-004451 
95-005901 
Zooplankton 
95-004432 
95-004583 
95-004603 

Endangered /Threatened Species 

California 

95-007061 

95-007065 

95-007069 

Endangered Populations 
95-004379 



...CONTINUED,.. 
Endangered /Threatened Spad 
Endangered PopulaLlcns 

95-006523 

95-0065HB 

95-006562 

95-006560 

95-00&607 

95-00&625 

95-007037 

95-007052 

93-007059 

95-007066 
General 

95-007035 

95-007043 
Gila elegatia 

95-007060 
Herbicides 

95-005924 
Laws/Law EnEorrrniTOt 

95-006116 

95-0005BO 

95-007047 

95-007054 

95-007059 
Oncorhynclms a purlin 

95-007070 
Oncorhyn-chug clarkl fccn 

95-007045 
Oncorhyiidws dark) *t* 

95-007041 
Planning 

95-00704B 
Ptychoclieilus lur.lua 

95-007049 
S tockin&/ Inliwluc Hun 9 

95-006323 
Xyrauclien tcxniiuw 

95 -007050 

Environmeucnl I'IICICIVH 
Acidification 

95-00^77'! 

95-006513 
Ammonia 

95-004'.01 
Aquatic PlniitH 

95-00522B 

95-006211 

95-006/ ( 7C 
Canopy 

95-006593 

95-006609 

Carbon Dioxide 

95-004101 

Climate 
95-005297 
95-003352 
95-00559fl 
95-005607 
95-005643 



95-006456 

95-006465 
95-00^96 



95-006760 

95-006955 
Crowding 

95-005237 
95-00656'i 
Currents 
95-004UL 



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.. .CONTINUED... 

Environmental Factors 
Currents 
95-005216 
95-005306 
95-005325 
95-005446 
95-005621 
95-0064 49 
95-006768 
95-OQ6B03 
95-OD6922 
95-006961 
Depth 
55-005253 
95-005371 
95-005387 
95-005-394 
95-005396 
95-005412 
95-005413 
95-006315 
95-005331 
93-006'. 76 

95-006575 

95-006691 

95-007070 
El Nino 

95-005310 

95-006421 

95-006961 
Erosion 

95-006179 
Kuirophicatlon 

95-004(122 

95-005486 
Floods 

95-005-352 

95-005386 

95-005548 

95-006564 

95-006606 
Flow Regimes 



95-001925 
95-005218 
95-005229 

95-005253 

95-OQ5326 

95-005356 

95-005386 

95-005396 

93-005(101 

95-005402 

95-005405 

95-005<i79 

93-005601 

95-006215 

95-006315 

95-006331 

95-006377 

95-006379 

95-006382 

95-006427 

95-006450 

95-006495 

95-006520 

95-006529 

95-006535 

95-006545 

95-006604 

95-006653 

95-006671 



...CONTINUED... 
Environmental Factors 
Flow Regimes 
95-006689 
95-006691 
Food Supply 
95-004435 
95-004561 
95-004570 
95-004772 
95-004851 
95-004987 
95-005022 
95-005193 
95-005225 
95-005226 
95-005229 
95-005237 
95-005295 
95-005321 
95-005365 
95-005423 
95-005434 
95-005446 
95-005457 
95-005466 
95-005470 
95-005485 
95-005486 
95-005508 
95-005514 
95-005521 
95-005524 
95-005536 
95-005537 
95-005545 
95-005633 
95-005637 
95-005640 
95-005654 
95-006450 
95-006760 
Freshwater Inflow 
95-005268 
95-005331 
95-005416 
95-005446 
Gas Super saturation 

95-005908 
General 
95-004744 
95-005350 
95-006135 

Geomorphlc Effects 
95-006787 
95-006860 
Geothermal Water 
95-005568 
95-005979 
Glaciers 
95-005082 
95-005607 
Gradient 
95-005252 
95-005601 
95-006617 
Groundwater 
95-006441 
Hardness 
95-004661 
95-004899 
95-004975 
Hurricanes 
95-006564 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Environmental Factors 
Hydraulics 
95-0041111 
Hydrography 
95-006226 
95-006621 
Hypoxia 
95-004492 
Ice 

95-005353 
95-005379 
95-005399 
95-005622 
95-005646 
95-006537 
95-006933 

l.acgG Organic Debris 
95-005253 
95-005421 
95-006214 
95-006568 
95-006621 
Lati tude 
95-005090 
95-005355 
95-005531 
95-005585 
95-005623 
95-006175 
Light 
95-004526 
95-004769 
95-004917 
95-004971 
95-005178 
95-005193 
95-005209 
95-005214 
95-005325 
95-005348 
95-005366 
95-005385 
95-005466 
95-005998 
95-006557 
Lunar Influences 
95-005207 
95-005330 
95-005398 
Magnetic Fields 

95-005213 
HicrohabUat 
95-005426 
95-006617 
Nutrients 
95-004422 
Ocean Ftontg 
91-005331 
95-005547 
95-005638 
9S-006961 
Oxygen 
95-004401 
95-004492 
'5-004526 
93-M434Q 
95-004757 
95*004915 
91-00*925 
95-0053*1 
95-005391 
- 005401 



...CONTINUED... 
Environmental Factors 

Oxygen 

95-00616B 

95-006496 

95-006498 

95-006583 

95-006706 

pit 

95-004526 

95-004774 

95-004829 

95-005732 

95-005932 

95-005972 

95-006013 

95-006025 
Photoperiodiam 

95-004509 

95-004759 

'95-004769 

95-004770 

93-004796 

93-004802 

95-004933 

95-004987 

95-005014 

95-005111 

95-005167 

95-0051B9 

95-005196 

95-005207 

95-005217 

95-005321 

95-005322 

95-005325 

95-005336 

95-005352 

95-005363 

95-005366 

95-005368 

95-005375 

95-005395 

95-005396 

95-005408 

95-005413 

95-005415 

95-005456 

95-005459 

95-005477 

95-005554 

95-006296 

95-006529 
Radiation 

95-005949 
Salinity 

95-004514 

95-004526 

95-004540 

95-004703 

95-004746 

95-004751 

95-004757 

95-004763 

95-004801 

95-004829 

95-004865 

95-004869 

95-0048B8 

95-004899 

95-004902 

95-004904 

95-004906 



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.. .CONTINUED,.. 
Environmental Factors 
Salinity 
95-004937 
95-004994 
95-005003 
95-005008 
95-005009 
95-005014 
95-005016 
95-005022 
95-005039 
95-005059 
95-005064 
95-005265 
95-005269 
93-005411 
95-005534 
95-005545 
95-005571 
05-005732 
95-005742 
95-005743 
95-005746 
95-005767 
95-005701 
95-005847 
95-006704 
95-006760 
95-007063 
Season 
95-004711 
95-004714 
95-004797 
95-004806 
95-004B28 
95-004836 
95-004875 
95-004903 
95-004963 
95-004971 
95-004984 
95-004094 , 
95-005022 
95-005167 
95-005186 
95-005Z07 
95-005221 
95-00523B 
95-005240 
95-005255 
95-005277 
95-005279 
95-005299 
95-005300 
95-005322 
95-005331 
95-005336 
95-005344 
95-005345 
95-005371 
95-005386 
95-0053H8 
95-005391 
95-005393 
95-005395 
95-005396 
95-005397 
9S-005405 
95-005406 
95-005409 
95-005411 
95-005412 



. . . CONTINUED . . . 
Environmental Factors 
Season 
95-005419 
95-005420 
95-005434 
95-005440 
95-0054/1.4 
95-005451 
95-005452 
95-005456 
95-005467 
95-005470 
95-005478 
95-005480 
95-005484 
95-005486 
95-005513 
95-005521 
95-005524 
95-005528 
95-005541 
95-005552 
95-005553 
95-005639 
95-005787 
95-005842 
95-005910 
95-006007 
95-006317 
95-006336 
95-006377 
95-006419 
95-006466 
95-006'iSa 
93-006516 
95-006518 
95-006542 
95-006545 
95-006347 
95-006559 
95-006603 
95-006606 
95-006635 
95-006638 
95-006679 
95-006830 
95-006991 
Sedimentation 
Q5-004073 
95-005618 
95-006179 
Stratification 

95-005400 

SubetL-nte Composition 
95-004673 
95-004960 
95-005253 
95-005358 
95-00539'. 
95-005421 
95-005169 
95-005479 
95-005570 
95-005620 
95-006179 
95-006214 
95-006476 
95-006647 
95-006654 
Temperature 
95-004407 
95-001418 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Environmental Factors 
Temperature 
Temperature 
95-004516 
95-004526 
95-004540 
95-004561 
95-004568 
95-004601 
95-004728 
95-004739 
95-004786 
95-004793 
95-004738 
95-004603 
95-004806 
95-004821 
95-004829 
95-004836 
95-004B49 
95-004866 
95-004880 
95-004881 
95-004902 
95-004915 
95-004925 
95-004933 
95-004946 
95-004960 
95-004975 
95-004987 
95-005014 
95-005022 
95-005024 
95-005037 
95-005038 
95-005039 
95-005050 
95-005056 
95-005057 
95-005135 
95-005167 
95-005217 
95-005240 
95-005253 
95-005265 
95-005267 
95-005292 
95-005295 
95-005300 
95-005305 
95-005313 
95-005316 
95-005321 
95-005322 
95-005325 
95-005326 
95-005327 
95-005335 
95-005336 
9S-005338 
95-005341 
95-005342 
95-005352 
95-005353 
95-005355 
9S-003357 
95-005358 
93-005363 
95-003367 
95-005368 
93-005375 



...CONTINUED... 
Environmental Factors 
Temperature 

95-005385 

95-005388 

95-005391 

95-005392 

95-005393 

95-005398 

95-005399 

95-005400 

95-005401 

95-005402 

95-005405 

95-005411 

95-005414 

95-005415 

95-005419 

95-005466 

95-005469 

95-005505 

95-005506 

95-005507 

95-005509 

95-005514 

95-005321 

95-005527 

95-005528 

95-005531 

95-005534 

95-005541 

95-005547 

93-005554 

95-005595 

95-005598 

93-005623 

95-005626 

95-005631 

95-005636 

95-005641 

95-005643 

95-005650 

95-005651 

95-005654 

95 -005715 

95-005746 

95-005767 

95-005781 

95-005836 

95-006010 

95-006025 

95-006188 

95-006318 

95-006377 

95-006382 

95-006393 

95-006441 

93-006449 

95-006450 

95-006496 

95-006514 
95-006529 
95-006602 
95-006603 
95-006655 
93-006667 
95-00675B 
95-006760 
95-006768 
95-006999 
95-007032 
95-007068 



FR 4.0(3) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. ..CONTINUED... 

Environmental Factors 

Tides 

95-005328 

95-003368 

95-005402 

93-006691 

Turbidity 

35-003209 

95-005228 

55-00555'. 

95-006557 

95-006575 

95-006682 

Turbulence 

95-005215 

95-003408 

Upwalllng 

95-005331 

95-005400 

95-005446 

95-005183 

95-006803 

95-006922 

95-006961 

Water Level Fluctuations 
93-005440 
95-005639 
95-006226 
95-0066(19 
Vatcr Quality 
95-005716 
95-005828 
95-005981 
05-006365 
95-006456 
Weather 

93-005423 
Wind 

95-006344 
Winter 
95-005267 
95-005379 
95-005385 
95-0053.99 
95-0.05404 
95-005409 
95-005622 
95-005623 
95-005624 
93-005631 
95-005646 
95-005650 
95-00565'. 
95-006537 

FLali Control /Removal 
LfiUc Renovation 
9S--006479 
95-006480 
Lnmproy Control 
95-005208 
93-006261 
Predator Control 
95-004500 
95-006291 
Hough Fiah Control 

9S-006292 
Screens 

93-006203 

Shark Protection 

95-006290 

95-006294 

Technique a 

93-006292 



Fish Kills 
Algal D looms 

95-005909 
Carbon Monoxide 

95-005907 
Explosives 
93-005906 
Gas Bubble Disease 

95-QD590B 
Parasites /Diseases 

95-005909 

Temperature 

95-005909 

95-006710 

Turbidity 

95-006682 
Turbines 

95-006372 

Winterkill 

95-006710 

Fish Lists/Keys 

Africa, Southern 

95-005609 
Africa! Lake Malawi 

95-005584 
Alaska 

95-005567 
Albania 

95-006164 
Aplochellidae 

95-005666 
Apaganidae 
95-005671 
Apteronotidae 

95-005664 
Argentina 

95-005405 
Asia 

95-005688 
Asia: Mekong River anil Basin 

95-005602 
Atlantic Ocean, North 

95-005613 
Atlantic Ocean, Northwestern 

95-005438 
Atlantic Ocean, South 

95-005594 
Australia 
95-005429 
95-005554 
Austria 

95-006569 
Belgium 

95-006093 
Blennlidae 
95-005660 
95-005695 
Brazil 
95-005552 
95-005553 
95-006519 
Croatia 

95-005588 
Ctenoluciidae 

95-005700 
Curimatidae 

95-005699 
Cyclopteridae 

95-005658 
Cynoglosaldae 

95-005681 

Cyprlnidae 

95-005089 



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. . .CONTINUED... 
Fish Lists/Keys 
Cyprinodontidae 

95-005661 
Egypt 

95-005571 
Tlotida 
95-005578 
France 
95-005560 
95-005561 
Galapagos Islands 
95-006821 
Great Lakes 

95-006492 
Greece 
93-006084 
Indian Ocean 

95-005599 
Iraq 

95-005719 
Italy 

95-006062 
Jamaica 
95-006701 
Japan 
95-005387 
Kansas 

95-007044 
Kentucky 
95-005577 
95-005583 
Kenya 

95-006324 

Lake Huron 

95-006468 

Larval Fish 

95-005562 
Louisiana 

95-005559 

Macrouridae 

95-005676 

Mediterranean Region 
95-00556ii 
95-006310 
95-006784 
Mexico 
95-006986 
Hirapinnatidae 

95-005673 
Muraenidae 
95-005666 
Hew York 
95-005592 
North America 
95-005603 
North Carolina 
95-005438 
surer Id ae 
95-005696 
Pacific Ocean 
95-005562 

Pacific Ocean, North 
95-005608 

Pacific Ocean, South 
95-005594 
95-005845 
Pangasildae 
95-005688 
Percldae 
95-005697 
Pomacentrldae 
95-005680 



...CONTINUED... 
Fish Lists/Keys 
Portugal 

95-006051 
Russia 

95-005611 
Sea of Japan 

95-01)5575 
Sea of Okhotsk 

95-005569 
Seychelles Islands 
95-005599 
Slovenia 

95-006158 
South America 
95-005594 
95-OQ56G<i 
95-005699 
Spain 

95-006085 
Squalidao 

95-005063 
Stathmonot-UB 

95-005672 
Taiwan 

95-005288 
Texas 
95-006710 
95-006711 
95-006866 
Wisconsin 

95-006357 
Wyoming 

95-00555B 

Yugoslavia 

95-005587 

Fish Pass BBC 

Acoustic Darrioi-H 

95-006376 
Behavior 

95-006369 
Culverts 

95-005210 
Dams 

95-006377 
Fi always 
95-006369 
95-006370 
93-0063-73 
95-006374 
95-006375 
95-006376 
95-00637B 
95-006379 
95-0070(12 
Hydroelectric Do 
95-006370 
95-006372 
95-006373 
95-006376 
95-006379 
95-006663 
95-006679 
Impingeme 
95-006372 
95-006670 
Laws/Law K 
95-000373 
Lights 
95-004624 
95-006376 
Mortality Factor a 
95-005' ( 99 



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.. .CONTINUED,.. 
Fish Passage 
Screens 

95-007042 
Transportation 

95-00462/1 

Turbines 

95-006371 

95-006376 

Fishing Gear 

Acoustical Methods 

95-006339 
Anesthetics 

95-004625 

Artisanal Fisheries 
95-006292 
95-006361 
95-006516 
Behavior 

95-006968 
fly catch 
95-006210 
95-006751 
95-006909 
95-006959 
95-OOG9BO 
Catch Per Unit Effort 

95-006943 

Conmercial Fishing 
95-006210 
95-006352 
95-006880 
95-0069BO 
Electrofiahlng 
95-004795 
95-004847 
95-004916 
95-004977 
95-005001 
95-005031 
95 -0055'. 4 
95-006297 
95-006339 
95-006340 
93-006341 
95-006342 
95-006345 
95-006357 
95-006338 
95-Q0699B 
Electroshock 
95-004804 
Fish Attrac'tants 
95-006355 
Fish Behavior 
95-005200 
95-000355 
95-006360 
95-006824 
95-006825 
Fish Preservation 

95-000980 
Gear Efficiency 
95-006282 
95-000337 
95-006338 
95-006343 
95-000344 
95-006345 
95-006346 
95-006347 
95-006350 
95-006334 



...CONTINUED.. . 
Fishing Gear 

Gear Efficiency 
95-006357 
95-006359 
95-006411 
95-0064X3 
95-006806 
95-006025 
95-006834 
95-006943 
Gear Selectivity 
95-005383 
95-006337 
95-006345 
95-006346 
95-006347 
95-006348 
95-006350 
95-006356 
95-006410 
95-006756 
95-005757 
95-006BG7 
05-006BOB 
95-006825 
95-006880 

Holding Facilities 
95-006352 
05-006978 

Hook ins /Handling Mortality 
93- 00'. 6 25 
95-0063.49 
95-006352 
95-006998 

Hooking/ Handling Stress 
95-004625 
95-004916 
95-006349 
95-006353 
95-006358 
IchtliyoplanVton 

95-003579 

Incidental Entrapment 
95-006210 
95-006288 
93-006290 
95-006294 
95-OOGS05 
95-006551 
95-006552 
95-00064:0 
95-006714 
95-006720 
95-OOC722 
93-006732 
95-006734 
95-006735 
95-000736 
95-000738 
95-006741 
95-006746 
95-0067'i9 
95-006750 
95-000755 
95-006756 
95-006757 
95-006761 
95-006762 
93-006745 
95-006767 
95-006770 
95-006773 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Fishing Gear 

Incidental Entrapment 
95-006775 
95-006781 
95-006790 
95-006796 
95-006001 
95-006804 
95-006807 
95-006808 
95-006812 
95-006820 
95-006823 
95-006829 
95-006830 
95-006833 
95-006835 
95-006836 
95-006838 
95-006839 
95-006843 
95-006845 
95-006846 
95-006847 
95-006848 
95-006850 
95-006857 
95-006872 
95-006876 
95-006877 
95-006878 
95-006885 
95-006887 
95-006889 
95-006690 
95-006891 
95-006896 
93-006B99 
95-006902 
95-006903 
95-006904 
95-006905 
95-006906 
95-006907 
95-006919 
95-006927 
95-006929 
95-006931 
95-006935 
95-006949 
95-006950 
95-006951 
95-006954 
95-006956 
95-006962 
95-006965 
95-006970 
95-006972 
95-006973 
95-007024 
Injuries 
95-004795 
95-004804 
95-004647 
95-004916 
93-004977 
95-005001 
95-005031 
95-00554* 
95-0063 

LavsJLaw Enforcement 
95-006909 



...CONTINUED.,. 
Fishing Gear 
Lights 

95-006359 

95-006360 

95-006422 
Longlinas 

95-006355 

95-006413 

95-006775 

95-006893 

95-006919 

95-006935 

95-006971 

95-006973 

95-007013 
Mtac. Gor 

95-006978 

95-006930 
Modeling 

95-0063(17 
Nets/Cast NcLu 

95-DOS2B3 

95-006505 
Nets/Codends 

95-006348 
Nets/Drift Nets 

95-006551 

95-006640 

95-006732 

95-006741 

95-006757 

95-006766 

95-006707 

95-006773 

95-00660'! 
95-006823 
95-006630 
95-006843 



95-006372 

95-006877 

95-006890 

95-006903 

95-006905 

95-006909 

95-006931 

95-006962 
Nets/Escape Moc 

95-006351 
Nets/Fyke Hot si 

95-0063*3 

95-006973 



95-006275 

95-006294 
95-00635'i 
95-006357 
95-006360 
95-0068(19 
95-006973 
95- 007024 
Nets/Gill Nctn 
95-005383 
95-0062QO 
95-006137 
95-006339 
95-00634'i 
95-0063'.0 
95-006347 
95-006349 
95-006592 
95-006640 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



., .CONTINUED... 
Fishing Gear 
Neta/Gill Nets 
95-006720 
95-006722 
95-006749 
95-OOG750 
95-000755 
95-006756 
95-006761 
95-006762 
95-005765 
95-006766 
95-006770 
95-006771 
95-OQG775 
95-006781 
95-006790 
95-006796 
95-006707 
95-000801 
95-006807 
95-006808 
95-006812 
05-006820 
95-006029 
Q5-006H30 
93-006033 
95-006B35 
95-006836 
95-006838 
95-006839 
95-006843 
95-006846 
95-006847 
95-006(148 
95-000850 
95-006075 
95-006876 
95-006077 
9S-OQ6BB5 
95-006089 
95-006891 
95-00609B 
95-006902 
95-006903 
95-00690/1 
95-006905 
95-006906 
95-006907 
95-006919 
95-006927 
95-006929 
95-006931 
95-006949 
95-006950 
95-006951 
05- O0695'i 
95-006965 
95-006970 
95-006973 
CictaJNet Damage 
95-006762 
9S-006B30 
Hots /Pound Nats 

95-006830 
Hots/Purse Seines 
95-006352 
95-006762 
95-006767 
95-006919 
95-006929 
95-006932 



...CONTINUED... 
Fishing Gear 

Nets/Purse Seines 
95-006956 
95-006965 
Nets/Push Nets 

95-006557 
Nets/Seines 
95-006338 
95-006339 
95-006343 
95-006345 
95-006411 
95-006750 
95-006B35 
Nets/Set Nets 
95-00671'. 
95-006732 
95-006735 
95-006755 
95-006797 
95-006805 
95-006812 
95-006830 
95-0068/13 
95-006949 
Nets/Trammel Nets 
95-006337 
95-006965 
Nets/Trap Nets 
95-006/i66 
95-006592 
95-0067/19 
95-006766 
95-006891 
95-006905 
95-006913 
tieta/Tirawls 
95-005200 
95-006339 
95-006348 
95-006350 
95-006351 
95-006353 
95-006356 
95-006411 
95-006/1/13 
95-006748 
95-006751 
95-006762 
95-006772 
95-006824 
95-006834 
95-006876 
95-006BB7 
95-006910 
95-006919 
95-006921 
95-006943 
95-006959 
Pole and Line 
95-006880 
Sampling 
95-005283 
95-005413 
95-005579 
95-006297 
95-006339 
95-006340 
95-006342 
95-006343 
95-006345 
95-006466 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Fisliing Gear 
Sampling 
95-006557 
95-007011 
Scuba 
95-005413 
Sportfishing 

95-006359 

Traps /General 

95-006797 

95-0068(16 

95-006875 

95-006919 

95-007024 

Traps/Misc. 

95-006714 

Weirs 

95-006361 
Genetics 

Abnormalities 

95-004683 
Age /Growth 
95-005090 
05-005096 
95-005134 
95-005135 

Age 15 ex Relationships 
95-005084 
95-005134 
Allozymes 
95-005077 
95-005105 
95-005113 
95-005127 
95-005132 
95-00513B 
95-005147 
95-005163 
95-005657 
95-005662 
95-005690 
95-005696 
Ami no Acids 
95-005013 
95-005102 
Behavior 
95-005134 
95-005187 

Biological Indicators 
95-005984 
Body Form 
95-005084 
Brood Stock 
95-004450 
Chromosomes 
95-005110 
95-005112 
95-005126 
95-005141 
95-003161 
Cloning 
95-004748 
95-005098 
95-005110 
95-005124 
95-005135 
95-005290 

Computer Applications 
95-005142 

Culture/Propagation 
"5-0044S3 
5-005070 



...CONTINUED.., 
Genetics 
Cy to chrome 

95-005661 

95-006043 
Cytogenetics 

95-005103 
Disease Susceptibility 

95-005745 

95-005751 

95-005752 
DNA 

95-005071 

95-005074 

95-005075 

95-00507B 

95-005079 

95-005080 

95-0050B1 

95-005100 

95-005104 

95-005105 

95-005107 

95-005115 

95-00511* 

95-005117 

95-005119 

95-005123 

95-005124 

95-005131 

95-005137 

95-005145 

95-005152 

95-005153 

95-005155 

95-005159 

95-G0516't 

95-005662 

95-005670 

95-0056 BD 

95-005693 

95-005912 

95-00674<i 

95-007060 
Egg quality 

95-005128 
Egg Size 

95-005128 
Embryology 

95-005112 

95-005130 
Enzymes 

95-005163 
Evolution 

95-005074 

95-005001 

95-005087 

95-005089 

95-005117 

95-005123 

95-005-556 

95-005662 

95-005680 
Fertilization 

95-005110 
FoodgJFoodlng 

95-005093 
Gene Expression 
95-004748 
95-003092 
95-005131 
95-005143 
95-005158 



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, . .CONTINUED... 
Genetics 

Gene Mapping 
55-005073 
95-00507/1 
95-005081 
95-005100 
95-005101 
95-005102 
95-005104 
05-005108 
95-005117 
9.5-0051Z3 
95-005131 
95-005137 
95-005153 
95-005154 
95-005670 
95-005693 
95-005912 
Gene Transfer 
95-005096 
95-005140 
Genetic Diversity 
55-005070 
95-005079 
95-0050B2 
05-005092 
95-005121 
95-005140 
95-005160 

Genetic Engineering 
95-004365 
95-005072 
95-005130 
Genetic Fitness 
9-5-005139 
95-003140 
Genetic Markers 
95-005070 
95-005097 
95 -0051 14 
95-005147 
03-005160 
95-0061*6 
95-006638 
Genetic Strains 
95-004419 
95-004643 
95-005076 
95-005092 
95-005096 
95-005109 
95-005113 
95-005114 
95-005118 
95 -00513') 
95-005139 
95-005149 
95-005150 
95-005158 
95-005199 
95-006600 
95-006638 
Genomes 
95-005071 
95-005087 
95-005091 
Growth Hormone 
95-005096 
95-005124 
Gynogenesls 
95-005066 



.. .CONTINUED. . . 
Genetics 

Gy no gene s is 
95-005110 
95-005111 
95-005126 
95-005144 

Hatchery /Wild Populations 
95-0050X3 
95-005070 
95-005097 
95-005139 
95-005199 
Heraatqlogy 
95-005087 
He rmaphrod i t i s m 

95-005160 
Heterozygoslty 
95-004419 
95-005077 
95-005082 
95-OQ5113 
95-005114 
95-005135 
History 

95-005110 
Hybrid Fish 

93-004801 

Hybrid Identification 
95-005099 
95-005665 
Hybridization 
95 -0044 20 
95-005072 
95-005066 
95-005091 
95-005099 
95-005158 
95-005162 
Iraniuie Response 
95-005101 
Inbreeding 
95-005070 
Isonynes 
95-005133 
95-005135 
95-005137 
Karyotypas 
95-004493 
95-005088 
95-0050B9 
95-005103 
95-005112 
95-005141 
95-005161 
Learning 

95-005094 
Mate Selection 

95-005144 
Me tttl loth lone in 

95-005938 
Mitochondria 
95-005079 
95-005080 
95-005105 
95-003107 
95-005123 



95-005661 
95-00674'. 

95-007060 
Morphology 

95-005134 



FH 40(3) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Genetics 
Mutations 
95-005122 
Natural Selection 
95-005103 
95-005142 
95-005556 
Nucleus Transplantation 

95-005110 
Orientation/ Homing 

95-005132 
Parasites/Diseases 
95-005143 
95-005745 
Ploidy Levels 
95-005085 
95-005089 
95-005110 
95-005662 

Pollution Tolerance 
95-005129 
Polymorphism 
95-QG5079 
95-005103 
95-005115 
95-005116 
95-005164 
Polyploidy 
95-0011801 
95-0050B5 
95-005088 
95-005094 
95-005128 

Population Genetics 
95-005095 
95-005103 
95-005105 
95-005133 
95-005135 
95-005152 
95-005157 
95-003290 
95-006464 
95-006600 
95-007060 
Population Studies 
95-005140 
Proteins 
95-005104 
95-005155 
95-006146 

Reproduction ' 

95-005121 
95-005290 
Selective Breeding 
95-004443 
95-004448 
95-004450 
95-005092 
95-005109 
95-005149 
95-005150 
95-005752 
Sex Determination 
95-005111 
95-005120 
95-005122 
Sex Reversal 
95-004442 
95-004814 
95-005106 



...CONTINUED... 
Genetics 
Sex Reversal 

95-005120 

95-005122 

95-005126 
Speciation 

95-005074 

95-005662 
Sterility 

95-00512B 
Stock Assessment 

95-005151 
Stock Identification 

95-0046B3 

95-005073 

55-005075 

95-005076 

95-005078 

95-005080 

95-005083 

95-005097 

95-005147 

95-005149 

95-005150 

95-005151 

95-005157 

95-005159 

95-00516-4 

95-005551 

95-005665 

95-00569* 

95-006744 

95-006S8B 

95-006918 

95-006957 
Survival 

95-005090 

95-005138 
Techniques /ChroinoMOtwa 

95-005136 
Techniqucs/GyuoBttiioriiB 

95-005136 
Techniqucs/l'loJfly Lnvnls 

95-004404 

95-005072 

95-005120 

95-005125 
Techniques /Pupii In 1 1 on ircne 

95-005095 
Techniques /Va rial, icni Sl.uJI 

95-005075 
Trans f err ins 

95-005092 
Triploid Kisli 

95-004832 

95-005094 

95-005120 
Unisex Populfltioiw 

95-005136 

95-005144 
Variation Studies, 

95-005013 

95-005071 

95-005073 

95-005074 

95-005075 

95-005077 

95-0050SO 

95-005003 

95-Q05D90 

95-005093 

95-005095 



346 



SUBJECT INDEX 



..CONTINUED... 
Eiietics 

Variation Studies 
95-005097 
93-005098 
95-005100 
05-005101 
95-005103 
95-005107 
95-005108 
95-005115 
93-005116 
93-005121 
95-005123 
95-005127 
95-005132 
95-005133 
95-00513'i 
95-O03135 
95-005 13B 
95-O03139 
55-005141 
95-005145 
95-005152 
95-00515'. 
95-005159 
95-005103 
95-005222 
95-005657 
95-005662 
95-005690 
95-005693 
95-005696 
95-005745 
95-005751 
95-O05984 
95-006146 
05-006160 
95-006638 
95-007060 
Zoogeography 

05-005127 

lltililtat Alterations 
Acidification 
95-006239 
95-006461 
95-00702B 

Agricultural Drainage 
95-006235 
95-007038 

Aquatic Plant Control 
95-006511 
95-007029 
Cntmlfi 

95-006219 
Cliimnollaatlon 
95-007057 
9S-007062 
Cornl Hoofs 
95-006859 
CMlverta 
95-005218 
95-006218 
Dam Removal 
95-006234 
Dams 

95-005499 
95-005635 
9S -005908 
95-000051 
93-006219 
95-006227 
95-006228 



...CONTINUED... 
Habitat Alterations 
Dams 

95-006229 
95-006233 
95-006235 
95-006241 
95-006318 
95-006516 
95-006574 
95-006604 
95-006617 
95-006625 
95-006633 
95-006663 
95-006675 
95-007039 
95-007042 
95-007056 
95-007061 
Dewa taring 
95-OD5635 
Drawdowns 

95-000226 
Dredging 
95-006221 
95-006490 
95-006672 
95-007038 
Environmental Impacts 

95-007035 
Erosion 
95-006572 
95-006573 
95-006647 
Eutrophlcatlon 
95-004363 
95-004392 
95-006210 
95-006363 
05-006492 
95-006512 
95-000050 
95-006740 
95-006859 
95-007038 
Explosives 
95-005020 
95-005906 
Fire 

95-000237 

95-006517 

95-006563 

Floods 

95-006564 

Flow Regimes 

95-006524 

95-006704 

Foods /Feeding 

95-005461 

Forestry Practices 
95-005267 
95-005620 
95-006169 
95-006220 
95-006528 
95-006563 
95-006597 
95-006621 
95-007062 
General 
95-006177 
95-006201 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Habitat Alterations 
General 
95-006202 
95-006219 
95-0065BB 
95-007061 
95-007069 
Grazing 
95-006229 
95-006231 
95-006232 
95-006516 
95-006572 
95-006573 
95-006605 
95-007063 

Habitat Improvement /General 
95-006214 
95-00624 1 
95-006494 
95-006650 
95-Q0665B 
95-006672 
95-006703 
Heated Water 

95-005383 

Hydroelectric Developments 
95-005635 
95-006100 
95-006215 
95-006226 
95-006229 
95-006236 
95-006238 
95-006371 
95-006373 
95-006495 
95-006524 
95-006525 
95-006529 
95-006533 
95-006554 
95-006574 
95-006595 
95-006625 
95-006629 
95-006663 
Impoundment 
95-005635 
95-006241 
95-007049 
95-007068 
Industrialization 
95-006222 
95-006235 
Instreara Flow 
95-006629 

Irrigation Projects 
95-004470 
95-004471 
95-006230 
Land Use 
95-006169 
95-006482 
95-006555 
95-006576 
95-006658 
95-007063 
Landslides 
95-006535 
95-006647 

Large Organic Debris 
95-005267 



...CONTINUED... 
Habitat Alterations 
Large Organic Debris 

95-006223 

95-006224 
Laws/Law Enforcement 

95-006373 
Logging Residue 

95-006597 
Mining 

95-0059*4 

95-006229 

95-006240 

95-006555 

95-007061 
Mitigation 

95-00621'. 

95-006241 
Modeling 

95-006520 
Of E shore Drilling 

95-005906 
Pollution 

95-0054H6 

95-005871 

95-005HB6 

95-005887 

93 -0 0589 & 

95-005981 

95-006051 

95-006151 

95-006221 

95-006222 

95-006394 

95-00649/t 

95-00650Z 

95-006650 

95-006703 

95-007038 
Power Plants 

95-005393 
Reservoir HclanHf- Kftt 

95-00653'i 
Riparian HnblUil 

95-006310 

95-006593 
Sand Mining 

95-0062'tO 
Sedimentation 

95-005620 

95-006555 

95-006647 

95-006650 

95-00665'. 

95-006658 

95-007023 

95-007057 
Seismic Sliock 

95-003020 
Sewage ECU well tH 

95-006242 
Shoreline Dovo Ln|xni k iit 

95-006T03 

95 -00 7 03ft 
Temperature 

95-005430 
Urban Development 

95-006221 

95-006242 
Volcanoes 

95-007023 
Hater DivoraJona 

95-00526B 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Habitat Alterations 
Water Diversions 
95-006081 
95-000219 
95-006241 
95-006394 
95-006520 
95-00653H 
95-006633 
95-007030 
95-007031 
95-007039 
95-007042 
95-007049 
95-007057 
95-007056 
95-007061 
95-007063 

Water Level Fluctuations 
95-005430 
95-005639 
95-006081 
95-006171 
95-006219 
95-006226 
95-006482 
95-006598 
95-006675 
95-007039 
Water Supply 
95-006169 
05-006171 
Walts 

95-006361 
Wetland Draining 

95-006219 

Wetland Restoration 
95-006707 
95-006716 
95-006719 
95-006721 
Invertebrates 
Amphipoila 

95-006785 
Arl.omia 
95-004610 
General 

95-006946 
Molluscs 

95-005334 
Ostracods 

95-006669 
Parasites/Diseases 

95-005860 
Penacus 
95-005429 
Predator/Prey Relationships 

95-005435 
Rotifers 
95-005441 
Shrimp 
95-005429 
95-005450 
95-005873 
Kooplankton 
95-005466 
93-006497 
95-006510 
Limnology 
Depth 

95-004673 
Eutropliicatlon 
95-006363 



,. .CONTINUED. .. 
L inn Q logy 
Hydraulics 

95-006568 
Morphoedaphlc Indeic 

95-006013 
Nitrogen 

95-0063.67 
Nutrient Control 

95-006494 
Nutrient Cycling 

95-006363 

<I5-006'.67 

95-00650'. 
Oxygen 

95-007037 
Phosphorus 



Phytoplnnkton 

95-006363 
Plankton 

93-006367 

Sediment 

95-OD4673 

95-006366 

Temperature 

95-007037 
Trophic Relationships 

95-006494 
Water Level Fluctuations 

95-006598. 
Hater Quality 
95-005901 
95-006366. 
95-00&367 
Zoo plank ton 
95-006459 
95-006460 
95-006482 
95-006494 

Management/Res ear ch-- Estuaries 
Abundance /Factor a of 
95-006700 
95-006713 
Artificial Reefs 

95-006924 

Avtiaanal Fisheries 
95-006714 
95-006720 
95-006839 
Rays 

95-006328 
Benthos 

95-006702 
Coastal Habitat 
95-005073 
95-006711 
95-007034 

Commercial Fishing 
95-006216 
95-0062B6 
95-006399 
95-006698 
95-006709 
95-006B30 
95-006847 
Data Bases 
95-006715 

Ecological Analysis 
95-006135 
95-006699 
95-006717 
Economic Value 
95-OO6286 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 

Mnnagement/Rescarch-- Estuaries 
Economic Value 
95-006712 
Economics 
95-006839 
95-006925 

Endangered Populations 
95-005696 

Endangered/Threatened Species 
95-007034 
95-007063 
Eutrophlcation 
95-006695 

Exploitation Rales 

95-006216 

95-006399 

Extirpation 

95-006553 

95-006705 

95-00703(1 

Fish Kills 

95-006710 

Fishing Tournaments 

95-006328 
General 
95-006189 
95-006694 
95-006711 

Habitat Alterations 
95-005268 
95-005486 
95-005887 
95-006151 
95-006216 
95-006221 
95-006699 
95-006703 
95-006704 
95-006711 
95-007034 
95-007063 

Habitat Evaluation 
95-005515 
95-006151 
95-006713 

Habitat Improvement /General 
95-006707 
95-006718 
95-006719 
95-006721 

Habitat Protection 
95-006697 
95-006703 
95-006711 
95-006712 
95-006BB3 

Habitat Rating Systems 
95-006151 
Harvest 
95-006698 
95-006700 
History 
95-006708 
Lagoons 
95-005411 
95-007034 
Mangroves 
95-006940 
Marine Reserves 

95-006637 



...CONTINUED.. . 
Management /Re search- -Esiui 
Marshes, Salt 
95-00671fl 
95-006721 
95-006940 
Mitigation 
95-006719 
95-006940 
Modeling 
95-005491 
95-005510 
95-005634 
Multispecies Mnnaneneni 

95-005491 
National Parka 

95-0068B3 
Nursery Areas 
95-005268 
95-005380 
95-005515 
95-005554 
95-005634 
95-006693 
95-006717 
Oxygen 
95-OD6695 
95-006706 
Planning 
93-006709 
95-006712 
95-0:06925 
Pollution 
95-005673 
95-005880 
95-005flB7 
95- 0059 04 
95-005042 
95-006131 
95-006221 
95-006702 
Pollution AtmLftnciit 

95-006286 

Population StiHlien 
95-006533 
95-006700 
95-006715 
Production 
95-005554 
Public Bolnt.ionfl 

95-006697 
Recrentionn 1 l!*"it> fl 

95-006286 
RocruitcriRnt 

95-006696 

Regulation!) / ficiicmi 1 

95-006700 

95-OOG72G 

95-006925 

Sanctuaries 

95-006711 
Seagrass ILtiilH 
95-00*701 
95-006707 
Social Valumi 
95-0062(56 
95-00 669B 
Spades Divorsl ty 

95-006713 
Sportflaltiug 
95-006286 
95-00669(1 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 

Management/Research- -Estuaries 
Stock Assessment 
95-006216 
93-006399 
55-006553 
95-006691 
95-006693 
95-006701 
55-006705 
95-006709 
95-006716 
95-007010 

Stocking/ Introductions 
95-006705 
95-007063 
Subsistence Fishing 

95-006708 

Time Series Analysis 
95-005491 
95-006553 

Trophic Relationships 
95-006216 
95-0064*6 
95-006695 
95-006696 
95-006699 
95-006701 
95-006706 
Hater Quality 
95-005007 
95-006151 
95-006695 
95-006702 
Wetlands 
95-006286 
95-006718 
95-006719 
95-006721 
Yield 
95-005491 
95-006693 
95-006705 
95-006716 

Management/ Research- -General 
Abundance/Factors of 
95-006051 
93-006083 
95-006132 
95-006230 
95-007066 
Ago /Length Composition 

95-006354 

Aquatic Plant Control 
95-004341 
95-004344 
95-006132 
Aquatic Plants 
95-005639 
95-006081 
95-006993 

Artlsanal Fisheries 
95-006109 
95-006253 
95-006419 
95-006734 
By catch 

95-006990 
Canals 

95-006093 

Catch Per Unit Effort 
95-006078 
95-006093 



,. . CONTINUED . . . 
Ma nagemen t / K as earch - - Gene ra 1 
Catch Per Unit Effort 
95-006122 
95-006200 
95-006245 
95-006253 
95-006287 
95-00643'! 
95-006439 
95-006442 
Caves 

95-005573 
Coastal Habitat 

95-006134 

Conmorcial Fishing 
95-004354 
95-006113 
95-006137 
95-006139 
95-006156 
95-006173 
95-006186 
95-006203 
95-006253 
95-QD6264 
95-0062S1 
05-006385 
95-0063 BB 
95-006852 
95-006808 
95-006990 
95-007002 
Conmunlty Fishery Centers 

95-006056 
Computer Applications 

95-006159 
Cumulative Indexes 

95-0061B6 
Data Eases 
95-006058 
95-006067 
95-006129 
95-006159 
Desert Habitat 
95-006064 
95-006146 
95-006219 
95-007029 
95-007030 

Ecological Analysis 
95-005600 
95-006089 
95-006092 
95-006105 
95-00613-2 
95-006136 
95-006145 
05-006108 
95-006170 
Economic Value 
95-006049 
95-006057 
93-006093 
95-006100 
95-006112 
95-006113 
95-006183 
95-006287 
95-007064 
Economics 
95-004354 
95-00604.8 



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1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.. . CONTINUED.. . 
Management /Research- -General 
Economics 
95-OD6075 
95-006097 
95-006100 
95-006109 
95-006150 
95-006187 
95-006197 
95-006201 
95-006217 
5-006264 
05-006385 
95-006390 
95-006B52 
55-00706'. 
Educn tion 
95-006054 
95-006058 
95-006070 
95-006077 
95-006082 
95-006110 
95-006114 
-95-006115 
95-006126 
95-006148 
95-006172 
95-006174 
95-006184 
95-00619(1 
95-006196 
95-006204 
95-006254 

Endangered Populations 
95-004379 
95-005557 
95-006062 
95-006063 
95-006064 
95-006079 
93-006084 
95-006065 
95-006099 
95-006121 
95-006123 
95-006131 
95-006135 
95-006146 
95-006156 
95-006177 
95-006165 
95-006195 
95-006203 
95-007033 
95-007035 
95-007056 
95-007061 
95-007064 
95-007069 

Endangered/ Threatened Species 
95-004379 
95-006057 
95-006116 
95-006135 
95-006213 
95-006323 
95-007029 
95-007030 
95-007035 
95-00703B 
95-007039 



..CONTINUED... 
anagemGnt/R&search--Ger_Ti!. 
Endangered (Threatened ;i 
95-007041 
95-007043 
95-007045 
95-007047 
95-007050 
95-007054 
95-007059 
95-007061 
95-007065 
95-007066 
95-007069 

Environmental Impact A* si 

95-005868 

95-005878 

95-006100 

95-006217 

Escapement 

95-006308 

Exotic Species 

95-006310 

95-006329 

Exploitation Kates 
95-0062B1 
95-006439 

Extension Services 
95-006109 
Extirpation 
95-007029 
95-007030 
95-007035 
95-007045 
95-007056 
95-007058 
95-007061 
95-007069 

FishernianMnBl.e.r Sutv 
95-006049 
95-006050 
95-006076 
95-OD6093 
95-006094 
95-006122 
95-006130 
95-006147 
95-006150 
95-006200 
95-006243 
95-006244 
95-006245 
95-000250 
95-006251 
95-006253 
95-00623'i 
95-006256 
95-006257 
95-006259 
95-006263 
95-006269 
95-006274 
95-006277 
95-006278 
95-006283 
95-006284 
95-006283 
95-006287 
95-006442 
95-006988 

Fishery Asaoclatlo 
95-005603 
95-006095 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



. .CONTINUED. . . 
nii^eEiientf Research General 
Kisliecy Associations 
95-006180 
'J5-(H1G1B1 
95-006204 
95-006240 
Fishing Docks 

05-006102 
Klsliinp, Touiniiiments 

95-0061. 't7 

Flow HaRiiiiQB 

01-007027 



I-'orecastlnR 
95-00607(1 
95-0003(18 

95-000436 

{general 
95-003262 
9!i-0052!i 
95-006068 
US -00 614 3 
95-000192 



95-006202 

1)3-01)6205 

95-OOG25-3 
ttIS 

93 -00169 
Iliibi tat Alterations 

95-005S'i9 

9.1-OO5639 

95 -005 ay') 

95-005981 
95-006051 



95-U060B1 
99-00 G0fl' 
95-0060 ft5 



95-006100 
95-OOC10D 
9.1-006117 
95-000121 
93-000132 
95-0001HB 



95-006177 



95-006219 

93-006229 
9.1-006230 
93-006240 
Q5-00&.121 
95-007023 
95-007020 
gS-007030 
9&-OD703S 
95-007038 

93-007039 

93-007045 

95-0070S8 

93-007061 

93-007065 

93-0070 66 

95-1)07069 
HahLtat Clasalf icatlon 

95-0060fit) 

05-006111 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Management/ Re search- -General 
Habitat Classification 

95-006140 

Habitat Evaluation 
95-006165 
95-006177 
95-006162 
95-006201 
95-006588 
95-006993 

Habitat Improvement /General 
95-006053 
95-006057 
95-006102 
95-006121 
95-006141 
95-006170 
95-006178 

Habitat Protection 
95-006057 
95-006063 
95-006131 
95-006134 
95-006138 
95-006145 
95-006190 
95-006201 
95-007045 
95-007050 
95-007056 
95-007064 
95-007065 

Habitat Rating Systems 
95-007050 
Harvest 
95-005557 
95-006075 
95-006121 
95-006134 
95-006415 

Hatchery /Wild Populations 
95-005540 
95-006057 
95-006069 
95-006124 
95-006167 
95-OQ6191 
95-006193 
95-006521 
History 
95-004685