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  • noun

Synonyms for capelin

very small northern fish

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Capelin fishing was suspended at the end of April, at which time the 1991 catch was running at 200,124 tons, vs.
Cary, NC) to the data from all 4-hour sampling intervals (T) from all locations, with TL of individual capelin as a linear covariate.
Common Name Scientific Name Alewife Alosa pseudoharengus American plaice Hippoglossoides platessoides Atka mackerel Pleurogrammus monopterygius Atlantic cod Gadhus morhua Atlantic herring Clupea harengus Atlantic mackerel Scomber scombrus American shad Alosa sapidissima Capelin Mallotus villosus Eulachon Thaleichthys pacificus Flatfish Pleuronectidae/Bothidae Haddock Melanogrammus aeglefinus Hake (red or white) Urophycis spp.
Mr Prowel said Capelin told Mr Evans: "It has been very stressful.
The values of the percentage by weight of capelin in Pacific cod stomachs in the Gulf of Alaska in 1990, 1993, and 1996 were similar (all were less than 3%) to that in Pavlof Bay in 1995.
Water temperatures are higher, supplies of capelin and herring (eaten by both cod and seals) are strong, seal stocks are normal, fishing efforts have slackened and individual fish in recent catches average larger.
fillets 53,326,404 Capelin, Butterfish, Mullet, Ocean 2,745,874 Perch, ex.
Abundant stocks of herring and capelin in Canadian waters are an important long-term asset that will benefit Canadian fish farmers in the future.
Reps: I Davies, B Lee, G Capelin, M Rees, C Rees, D Gunter, I Smerdon.
fillets 40,668,780 63,740,799 Capelin, Butterfish, Mullet, 5,817,620 13,160,940 Ocean Perch, ex.
The capelin catch (used mostly for reduction), reached 909,200 t in 1988 (vs.
Cardiff Blues Under-18: J Loxton, J Davies, S Matthews, W Rose, D Hicks, L Fear, T Rees, R Healy, D Gunter, L Brabon, R Slocombe, J Deacon, I Smerdon, R Downes, T Rowlands, C Rees, L Peart B Lee, K Perry, C Phillips M Lewis, G Capelin, H Greville, R Williams, I Davies, C Fish, A Pugsley, D Partridge, D Jones, K Evans, T Payne, D Read, J George, M Rees, D Lewis, G Davies, J Poole, C Williams, J Dunne, G Legge
6] kg of capelin (Mallotus villosus), if these species are consumed in proportion to their availability.
Research on the potential of maximizing the use of Argentine long rough dab and capelin has received funding in Germany.
These species included: Peruvian anchovy, Alaskan king crab, Atlantic cod, haddock, Pacific salmon, herring (northeast and northwest Atlantic stocks), capelin, pilchard, halibut, and Pacific ocean perch.