Report of multispecies assessment task, collection of squids and fishes and observations of seabirds and marine mammals between San Diego and Monterey, California
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Report of multispecies assessment task, collection of squids and fishes and observations of seabirds and marine mammals between San Diego and Monterey, California
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Report of multispecies assessment task, collection of squids and fishes and observations of seabirds and marine mammals between San Diego and Monterey, California
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    The purpose of the multispecies assessment task of the Oceanic Fisheries Research Division at the Southwest Fisheries Center is to study faunistic and environmental relationships primarily in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean (ETP). The group had an opporunity to collect data during an El Niño period on Cruise 166 of the NOAA research vessel David Starr Jordan in Pacific Ocean waters off California from August 15 to September 1, 1983. This opportunity allowed the group to test gear and methods which were intended for use in the region of primary interest, the ETP, at a later time. Reported here are the methods and locations of capture of gillnet- and troll-caught fishes and gill net-caught squids, observations of marine mammals and seabirds, and collections of stomachs of fishes and seabirds made on Cruise 166.
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