smelt


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small cold-water silvery fish

extract (metals) by heating

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Shelley Louise Sanigar Smelt it in Pontprennau this morning.
Louise Regulski Smelt it yesterday in my kitchen and even turned off the heating just in case.
A variety of different nets were deployed at Newburn, in the Tyne estuary, and among numbers of young salmon, sea trout and dace, eight smelt were caught.
Phil Rippon, Environment Agency fisheries technical specialist, said: "We were delighted to record eight specimen smelt in the survey nets.
During 1996-2006 smelt was sampled annually in two distinct periods.
The spawning period of smelt was specified visually according to the stage of gonad maturity and considered to have ended when 90% of the females had spawned.
As recently as 1999, fishery biologists were lamenting a smelt meltdown.
For smelt are a key part of the Columbia River and North Pacific food chain.
The interaction between boron compounds and potassium and chlorine also needs further study to establish more generally the expected changes in the smelt and superheater deposit melting properties.
On-line electrical conductivity measurements of the smelt layer adjacent to the floor tubing showed sudden drops in the resistivity, indicating the beginning of the molten phase.
The composition of the smelt bed close to the floor tubes differs considerably from the average composition of the smelt bed because sulfur, chlorine, and potassium become enriched in the layer closest to the floor tubes.
When a number of smelt were in range, we made long sweeping passes through the water with our nets.
During that time, glowing lanterns dotted the night shoreline of the eastern basin as smelters gathered to fish during the huge annual smelt spawning runs.