Browsing College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources by Subject "seafoods"

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  • Aku 
    Nakahira, Karen H; Maretzki, Audrey N (University of Hawaii, 1982-06)
    The skipjack tuna, locally known as aku, is the most abundant and commercially important species in Hawaiian waters. Millions of pounds are caught every year. In Hawaii, most of the aku catch is canned at the Kewalo Basin ...
  • Saulo, Aurora A (University of Hawaii, 2004-03)
    Suggestions for modifying fish consumption to reduce methylmercury intake are given.
  • Loke, Matthew; Geslani, Cheryl; Takenaka, Brooks; Leung, PingSun (University of Hawaii, 2012-03)
    This study compares Hawai‘i and the U.S. mainland in terms of seafood consumption and import. It looks at total, per capita, species grouping, historical and global consumption.
  • Murai, Mary; Pen, Florence; Miller, Carey D (University of Hawaii, 1958)
    This bulletin provides original data on the composition and nutritive value of some of the principle foods from the Pacific islands. Most of the samples were collected in the Marshall Islands and Micronesia.

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