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New Records and Observations on the Flapjack Devilfish, Opisthoteuthis californiana Berry
|Title:||New Records and Observations on the Flapjack Devilfish, Opisthoteuthis californiana Berry|
|Authors:||Pereyra, Walter T.|
|Issue Date:||Oct 1965|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Pereyra WT. 1965. New records and observations on the flapjack devilfish, Opisthoteuthis californiana Berry. Pac Sci 19(4): 427-441.|
|Abstract:||In June 1961 the U. S. Bureau of Commercial
Fisheries joined with the Atomic Energy Commission
to undertake an investigation of the
deep-water ocean fauna in the area contiguous
to the Columbia River mouth at depths from
50 to 1050 fathoms (91-1920 m). The main
objectives of this project are to describe the
benthic fish and invertebrate communities inhabiting
the study area, and to define their
bathymetric distribution on a temporal basis.
Associated with the faunal investigation is a
monitoring of the various demersal forms to
evaluate the biological transport of radionucleids
which may have their origin in Columbia
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 19, Number 4, 1965|
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