Conrad Mahnken, United States
Ikuo Ikeda, Japan
Under the U.S.~Japan Cooperative Programin Natura/ Resources (UJNR)
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Robert Mosbacher, Secretary
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
John A. Knauss, Under Secretary for Oceans and Atmosphere
National Marine Fisheries Service
William W. Fox, Jr., Assistant Administrator for Fisheries
Prentice, Earl F.
A new internal telemetry tag for fish and crustaceans
Mattock, Gary C.
Preliminary results of red drum stocking in Texas
Utter, Fred M., and James E. Seeb
Genetic marking and ocean farming
Smith, Theodore I.J.
Culture of North America sturgeons for fishery enhancement
Polovina, Jeffrey J.
Application of yield-per-recruit and surplus production models to fishery enhancement through juvenile releases
Some aspects of offshore spat collection of Japanese scallop
Westley, Ronald E., Neil A. Rickard, C. Lynn Goodwin, and Albert
Enhancement of molluscan shellfish in Washington State
Manzi, John J.
The role of aquaculture in the restoration and enhancement of molluscan fisheries in North America
Lee, Cheng-Sheng, and Clyde S. Tamaru
Application of LHRH-a cholesterol pellets to maturation of finfish: milkfish
Chew, Kenneth K.
Trends in oyster cultivation on the west coast of North America
A physiological approach to problems of mass culture of the rotifer
Fujita, Naoji, and Katsayoshi Mori
Effects of environmental instability on the growth of the Japanese scallop Patinopecten yessoensis in Abashiri sowing-culture grounds
Mantis shrimp: Its fishery and biological production
Inoue, Kiyokazu ,
Growth and survival of artificial abalone seed released in Shijiki Bay, Japan
Copepod swarms observed by SCUBA diving in a small inlet of Kyushu, Japan
Feeding ecology of young red sea bream in Shijiki Bay
Importance of qualitative evaluation of hatchery-bred fish for aquaculture
Recent progress in artificial propagation of marine species for Japanese sea-farming and aquaculture