Special Scientific Report - Fisheries (SSRF)

Established in 1949, this series consists of reports on scientific investigations which document long-term continuing programs of NMFS, and intensive reports on studies of restricted scope. Bibliographies of a specialized nature are also published in this series. In 1983 this subcategory of technical reports was merged with the Circular series into the NOAA Technical Report NMFS series; SSRF 783 was the last report published.

1. Effects of oil mixed with carbonized sand on aquatic animals Walter A. Chipman and Paul S. Galtsoff PDF icon SSRF1.pdf
Effects of oil mixed with carbonized sand on aquatic animals Walter A. Chipman and Paul S. Galtsoff PDF icon SSRF1.pdf
Water temperature records from California's Central Valley 1939-1948 Oliver B. Cope PDF icon SSRF2.pdf
Effects of feeding DDT-sprayed insects to fresh-water fish C. H. Hoffmannand E. W. Surber PDF icon SSRF3.pdf
Effects of various concentrations of DDT on several species of fish of different sizes Eugene W. Surber and Clarence H. Hoffmann PDF icon SSRF4.pdf
Preliminary surveys of Roosevelt Lake in relation to game fishes Harold A. Gangmark and Leonard A. Fulton PDF icon SSRF5.pdf
Translations of foreign literature concerning lobster culture and the early life history of the lobster Leslie W. Scattergood PDF icon SSRF6.PDF
A survey of the sports fishery of the middle Atlantic bight in 1948 Raymond J. Buller and Harlan S. Spear PDF icon SSRF7.pdf
An investigation of oyster producing areas in Louisiana and Mississippi damaged by flood waters in 1945 Philip A. Butler PDF icon SSRF8.pdf
Possibilities for oyster culture in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands Walter A. Chipman and Paul E. Thompson PDF icon SSRF9.pdf
Drift bottle releases off New Jersey; a preliminary report on experiments begun in 1948 John R. Webster and Raymond J. Buller PDF icon SSRF10.pdf
Observations of the effect of acidiron waste disposal at sea on animal populations Edgar L. Arnold, Jr., and William F. Royce PDF icon SSRF11.pdf
Biological investigations of the fishery resources of Trinity River, California James W. Moffett and Stanford H. Smith PDF icon SSRF12.pdf
The rational exploitation of the sea fisheries with particular reference to the fish stock of the North Sea G. P. Baerends PDF icon SSRF13.pdf
The 1950 opening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway: its effect on oysters Philip A. Butler and James B. Engle PDF icon SSRF14.pdf
Studies on the Pacific pilchard or sardine (Sardinops caerulea) PDF icon SSRF15.pdf
Three papers on the stocks of tunas in Japanese waters Morisaburo Tauchi PDF icon SSRF16.pdf
Report of investigations of skipjack and tuna resources in 1947 Nakamura Research Staff PDF icon SSRF17.pdf
Spawning grounds of tuna and skipjack PDF icon SSRF18.pdf
Larval and juvenile tunas and skipjacks Kamakichi Kishinouye PDF icon SSRF19.pdf
Gonads of skipjack from Palao waters Kizo Matsui PDF icon SSRF20.pdf
Age determination of fish (preliminary report 1) Hiroaki Aikawa and Masuo Kata PDF icon SSRF21.pdf
Morphometry, growth, and age of tunas translated from the Japanese language PDF icon SSRF22.pdf
The food habits of the yellowfin tuna Neothunnus macropterus (Schlegel) from the Celebes Sea Hiroshi Nakamura PDF icon SSRF23.pdf
A study of the mackerels, cybiids, and tunas Kamakichi Kishinouye. PDF icon SSRF24.pdf
Poisonous fishes of the South Seas translated from the Japanese language PDF icon SSRF25.pdf
The pearl fishery of Venezuela Paul S. Galtsoff PDF icon SSRF26.pdf
Ciguatera: tropical fish poisoning William Arcisz PDF icon SSRF27.pdf
The pearl-oyster resources of Panama Paul S. Galtsoff PDF icon SSRF28.pdf
Injured and dead fish in the vicinity of Bonneville Dam Harry A. Hanson, Paul D. Zimmer and Ivan J. Donaldson PDF icon SSRF29.pdf
Pollution in the lower Columbia Basin in 1948 - with particular reference to the Willamette River. Frederic F. Fish and Robert R. Rucker PDF icon SSRF30.pdf
Doctoral dissertations on the management and ecology of fisheries prepared in the Branch of Fishery Biology PDF icon SSRF31.pdf
Vitamin A in selected. palecolored livers of Alaska fur seals Victor B. Scheffer, Neva L. Karrick and F. Bruce Sanford PDF icon SSRF32.pdf
Albacore fishing grounds development in 1939 translated from the Japanese language PDF icon SSRF33.pdf
Upper Sacramento River sport fishery Stanford H. Smith PDF icon SSRF34.pdf
English translations of fishery literature Leslie W. Scattergood PDF icon SSRF35.pdf
Survey of the Columbia River and its tributaries - Part 3 Zell E. Parkhurst, Floyd G. Bryant and Reed S. Nielson PDF icon SSRF36.pdf
Survey of the Columbia River and its tributaries - Part 4 Floyd G. Bryant and Zell E. Parkhurst PDF icon SSRF37.pdf
Survey of the Columbia River and its tributaries - Part 5 Reed S. Nielson PDF icon SSRF38.pdf
Survey of the Columbia River and its tributaries - Part 6 Zell E. Parkhurst PDF icon SSRF39.pdf
Survey of the Columbia River and its tributaries - Part 7 Zell E. Parkhurst PDF icon SSRF40.pdf
Oxygen block in the main-stem Willamette River Frederic F. Fish and Richard A. Wagner PDF icon SSRF41.pdf
Tuna fishing in Palau waters translated from the Japanese language PDF icon SSRF42.pdf
Fishing conditions south of the Marshall Islands translated from the Japanese language PDF icon SSRF43.pdf
Tuna bait resources at Saipan translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen PDF icon SSRF44.pdf
Exploratory tuna fishing in Indonesian waters. translated from the Japanese language by SCAP translators and W. G. Van Campen PDF icon SSRF45.pdf
Exploratory tuna fishing in the Caroline Islands. translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen PDF icon SSRF46.pdf
Exploratory tuna fishing in the Marshall Islands. translated from the Japanese language by SCAP translators and W. G. Van Campen PDF icon SSRF47.pdf
Japanese tuna surveys in tropical waters. translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen PDF icon SSRF48.pdf
The Japanese skipjack fishery translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen PDF icon SSRF49.pdf

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