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COD

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However, other fish species that have not been identified as part of the harbor porpoise diet were abundant and ubiquitous in the trawls, including Pacific tomcod (dominant in both river areas), longfin smelt, Spirinchus thaleichthys, and capelin (both dominant in Grand Wash River), and snake prickleback (dominant in Esker Creek).
Number Species number length length of (mm) (mm) years English Sole 10,427 11 470 20 (Parophrys vetulus) Spotted Ratfish 4067 80 550 20 (Hydrolagus colliei) Blackbelly Eelpout 3398 33 997 20 (Lycodes pacificus) Pacific Tomcod 2677 16 480 20 (Microgadus proximus) Slender Sole 2242 20 340 20 (Lyopsetta exilis) Flathead Sole 1665 60 342 20 (Hippoglossoideselassodon) Shiner Perch 1139 10 * 16 (Cymatogaster aggregata) Pacific Hake 958 69 565 19 (Merluccius productus) Speckled Sanddab 853 55 340 19 (Citharichthys stigmaeus) Rock soles (Lepidopsetta 773 74 415 20 bilineata and L.
In Norton Bay, Alaska, in spring, belugas feed under the ice on Pacific herring (Clupea pallasi) and tomcod (Eleginus gracilis) (Huntington et al.
This causes the receptor to bind more weakly with PCBs, suggesting a reason why the contaminant does not affect Hudson River tomcod as much as it does tomcod in other locations.
Impingement survival studies on white perch, striped bass, and Atlantic tomcod at three Hudson River Power Plants.
the sea lamprey, shortnose sturgeon, Atlantic sturgeon, blueback herring, hickory shad, alewife, American shad, gizzard shad, rainbow smelt, Atlantic tomcod, white perch, and striped bass; respectively, Figures 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 55, 61, 70, and 71) are anadromous or semi-anadromous, and one (i.
ONE 1 fop, 4 sir, 7 luv, 10 oxy, 13 bar* bra, 16 due, 21 jiz*, 22 jak TWO 4 sax, 6 cuz, 8 web, 15 lid, 18 log*, 21 jor, 24 rum* THREE 7 alloy loyal, 10 boord brood, 13 regur urger, 22 panda FOUR 12 grad drag FIVE 9 oner rone, 10 fops, 19 boxy, 22 bare bear brae, 25 hued SIX 3 lay, 6 yod, 11 dit tid, 12 jeu, 16 yin, 22 toe SEVEN 4 wizir (OED), 13 friar EIGHT 7 nopal, 11 perst perts prest strep, 22 caped paced NINE 7 pulu, 11 typy, 13 vara, 18 waff TEN 1 fou ufo, 11 pye yep, 13 gar rag, 15 cit tic, 16 jud, 22 jap TWELVE 22 A-sharp (W2) Sharpa (OED) THIRTY 11 ejects, 21 dotcom (The Dotcom Dictionary) tomcod FORTY 15 duing FIFTY 25 hexes SIXTY 6 dozey (OED), 21 stond
Under-sized halibut, tomcod, mackerel and calico bass were more the speed Whalen anticipated June 9 when he went out with a friend, Stephen Sotelo, in Dana Point Harbor on a paddle boat.
Primarily marine species (northern anchovy, whitebait smelt, Pacific sardine, lingcod [Ophiodon elongatus], and Pacific tomcod [Microgadus proximus]) were caught less consistently in the estuary, likely a reflection of seasonal patterns of estuarine use, offshore abundances, and whether conditions in the Columbia River estuary were favorable for occupation (Bottom and Jones, 1990).
Atlantic tomcod (Microgadus tomcod) from the Hudson River, New York, are exposed to high concentrations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and bioaccumulate polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxius (PCDDs), and polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDFs).
sculpins, Cottidae; herring, Clupea harengus; tomcod, Microgadus proximus; anchovy, Engraulis mordax; young sand sole; and squid, Teuthida (probably Loligo) (Manzer, 1947; Clemens and Wilby, 1961; Miller, 1965; Barry et al.
Food of age 1 and 2 Atlantic tomcod, Microgadus tomcod, from Haverstraw Bay, Hudson River, New York.