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Preliminary report of the diseases and parasites of juvenile walleye pollock, Theragra chalcogramma, from the Gulf of Alaska

Morado, J.F.; Sparks, A.K.

Pathology in marine science Proceedings of the Third International Colloquium on Pathology in Marine Aquaculture, held in Gloucester Point, Virginia, USA, October 2-6, 1988: 201-213


Accession: 002192021

In 1986, a baseline survey was begun in the Gulf of Alaska, USA, to investigate the possible role of parasites and diseases as regulators of wild, commercially important fish populations. Juvenile walleye pollock were chosen because much is known about their growth rate, life history, and distribution. A total of 142 fish were collected in 1986, and 726 in 1987.

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