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Nocturnal ecology of skipjack and tunas and fisheries under electric light part 1 possibility of fisheries under electric light and behavior at night of skipjack and tunas shown in catch records



Nocturnal ecology of skipjack and tunas and fisheries under electric light part 1 possibility of fisheries under electric light and behavior at night of skipjack and tunas shown in catch records



Journal of the School of Marine Science & Technology Tokai University (6): 63-68




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