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Grenadiers of the Worlds Oceans: Biology, Stock Assessment, and Fisheries

Proceedings
Edited By: Alexei M Orlov and Tomio Iwamoto
484 pages, Figs, tabs
Grenadiers of the Worlds Oceans: Biology, Stock Assessment, and Fisheries
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Grenadiers or rattails are widely distributed in the oceans from the Arctic to the Antarctic. This is the first book to examine different aspects of the distribution, ecology, life history, stock assessment, and fisheries of different grenadier species in the oceans. The 25 chapters, written by 65 international experts, provide the most current data on the biology and fisheries of grenadiers.

This volume will appeal to a wide spectrum of professionals, including fisheries scientists and managers, marine biologists and ecologists, and oceanographers.

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Proceedings
Edited By: Alexei M Orlov and Tomio Iwamoto
484 pages, Figs, tabs
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