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Does hook type influence the catch rate, size, and injury of grouper in a North Carolina commercial fishery?

Author
BACHELER, Nathan M1 ; BUCKEL, Jeffrey A1
[1] Department of Zoology, Center for Marine Sciences and Technology, North Carolina State University, 303 College Circle, Morehead City, NC 28557, United States
Source

Fisheries research. 2004, Vol 69, Num 3, pp 303-311, 9 p ; ref : 23 ref

CODEN
FISRDJ
ISSN
0165-7836
Scientific domain
Marine biology, limnology; Ecology; Environment; Pisciculture, aquaculture, fisheries
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam
Publication country
Netherlands
Document type
Article
Language
English
Author keyword
Circle hook Grouper Serranidae Stomach distention
Keyword (fr)
Blessure Capture Pêcherie Caroline du Nord Pêche Amérique du Nord Amérique Etats Unis
Keyword (en)
Injury Capture Fishery North Carolina Fishing North America America United States
Keyword (es)
Herida Captura Pesquería Carolina del norte Pesca America del norte America Estados Unidos
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002A Fundamental and applied biological sciences. Psychology / 002A14 Animal, plant and microbial ecology / 002A14D Applied ecology / 002A14D03 Exploitation and management of natural biological resources (hunting, fishing and exploited populations survey, etc.)

Discipline
Animal, vegetal and microbial ecology
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
16179083

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