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Directing the Movement of Fish with Electricity

Description: From introduction: The Fish and Wildlife Service's Great Lakes Fishery Investigations has recently developed alternating current electrical devices which appear most promising as a means of controlling the parasitic sea lamprey in the Great Lakes.
Date: January 1953
Creator: McLain, Alberton L. & Nielsen, Willis L.
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Stream Catalog of Eastern Section of Ketchikan Management District of Southeastern Alaska

Description: From abstract: This report contains information about part of Southeastern Alaska salmon streams is cataloged from the voluminous records of the Fisheries Research Institute of the University of Washington, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Salmon Industry, and Alaska Department of Fish and Game, and other agencies.
Date: April 1959
Creator: Martin, John Wilson
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Tuna Longline Fishery and Fishing Grounds

Description: From introduction: The Japanese tuna fishery, which formerly had for its fishing grounds almost the whole western Pacific and a part of the Indian Ocean, wherein its small vessels roamed at will, was reduced by the Pacific war to such a nearly complete state of destruction that little was left to remind one of its former condition.
Date: January 1954
Creator: Nakamura, Hiroshi & Van Campen, Wilvan G.
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Use of Electricity in the Control of Sea Lampreys: Electromechanical Weirs and Traps and Electrical Barriers

Description: From abstract: An account is given of experiments conducted in 1951 and 1952 with electro-mechanical and electrical barriers for the blocking and/or capture of sea lamprey runs in tributary streams of northern Lake Huron and northern Lake Michigan.
Date: December 1952
Creator: Applegate, Vernon C.; Smith, Bernard R. & Nielsen, Willis L.
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