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.

Mid-Pacific oceanography. Part 6, Hawaiian offshore waters, December 1949-November 1951 James W. McGary PDF icon SSRF152.pdf
Report of an investigation of the spearfishes of Formosan waters Hiroshi Nakamura PDF icon SSRF153.pdf
A summary of sightings of fish schools and bird flocks and trolling in the central Pacific Garth I. Murphy and Isaac I. Ikehara PDF icon SSRF154.pdf
Pacific sardine (pilchard) eggs and larvae and other fish larvae, Pacific Coast, 1953 Elbert H. Ahlstrom and David Kramer PDF icon SSRF155.pdf
Spring and summer distribution of haddock on Georges Bank John B. Colton PDF icon SSRF156.pdf
Longline fishing for deep- swimming tunas in the central Pacific, 1953 Richard S. Shomura and Garth I. Murphy PDF icon SSRF157.pdf
Exploratory experiments in guiding salmon fingerlings by a narrow D.C. electric field Parker S. Trefethen. PDF icon SSRF158.pdf
Movements of small soft- shell clams (Mya arenaria) Osgood R. Smith PDF icon SSRF159.pdf
Tests of hatchery foods for salmon, 1953 and 1954 Bobby D. Combs, David D. Palmer, John H. Finucane, and Roger E. Burrows PDF icon SSRF160.pdf
Zooplankton volumes off the Pacific Coast, 1954 prepared by the Staff of the South Pacific Fishery Investigations, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. PDF icon SSRF161.pdf
Size frequencies and growth of central and eastern Pacific bigeye tuna Edwin S. Iversen PDF icon SSRF162.pdf
Commercial fishery for chubs (ciscoes) in Lake Michigan through 1953 Ralph Hile and Howard J. Buettner PDF icon SSRF163.pdf
Mid-Pacific oceanography. Part 7, Hawaiian offshore waters, September 1952 - August 1953 Gunter R. Seckel PDF icon SSRF164.pdf
Food habits of Georges Bank haddock Ronald L. Wigley PDF icon SSRF165.pdf
Studies on an ichthyosporidium infection in fish: Transmission and host specificity Paul V. Gustafson and Robert R. Rucker PDF icon SSRF166.pdf
Passage of fission products through the skin of tuna Walter A. Chipman PDF icon SSRF167.pdf
Mid-Pacific oceanography. Part 9, Operation Norpac J. W. McGary, E. C. Jones, and T. S. Austin PDF icon SSRF168.pdf
Translation of average year's fishing condition of tuna longline fisheries, 1952 edition edited by Nankai Regional Fisheries Research Laboratory PDF icon SSRF169.pdf
Use of infrared radiation in the study of fish behavior Rea E. Duncan PDF icon SSRF170.pdf
January to April distribution of the common shrimp on the south Atlantic Continental Shelf William W. Anderson PDF icon SSRF171.pdf
Effects of sound waves on young salmon Harvey L. Moore and H. William Newman PDF icon SSRF172.pdf
Central north Pacific albacore surveys, January 1954-February 1955, Richard S. Shomura and Tamio Otsu PDF icon SSRF173.pdf
Size variation of central and western Pacific yellowfin tuna, Edwin S. Iversen PDF icon SSRF174.pdf
. Sea lamprey control on the Great Lakes, 1953 and 1954 Leo F. Erkkila, Bernard R. Smith, and Alberton L. McLain PDF icon SSRF175.pdf
English translations of fishery literature, further listings Leslie W. Scattergood PDF icon SSRF176.pdf
Zooplankton volumes off the Pacific Coast, 1955 the Staff of the South Pacific Fishery Investigations PDF icon SSRF177.pdf
Physical oceanographic, biological, and chemical data, south Atlantic Coast of the United States M/V Theodore.N. Gill, cruise 1 William W. Anderson, Jack W. Gehringer, and Edward Cohen PDF icon SSRF178.pdf
Sonic equipment for tracking individual fish Parker S. Trefethen PDF icon SSRF179.pdf
Mid-Pacific oceanography. Part 8, Middle latitude waters, January March 1954 James W. McGary and E. D. Stroup PDF icon SSRF180.pdf
Underwater telemeter for depth and temperature F. H. Stephens, Jr., and F. J. Shea PDF icon SSRF181.pdf
Japanese albacore and bigeye tuna size composition studies. translated from the Japanese language by W. G. Van Campen PDF icon SSRF182.pdf
Observations on serology of tuna. John E. Cushing, Jr. PDF icon SSRF183.pdf
Longline fishing for tuna in the central equatorial Pacific, 1954 Edwin S. Iversen and Howard O. Yoshida PDF icon SSRF184.pdf
Blueback salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka -age and length at seaward migration past Bonneville Darn Raymond E. Anas and Joseph R. Gauley PDF icon SSRF185.pdf
Sardine eggs and larvae and other fish larvae, Pacific Coast, 1954 Elbert H. Ahlstrom and David Kramer PDF icon SSRF186.pdf
Commercial and sport shad fisheries of the Edisto River, South Carolina, 1955. Charles H. Walburg PDF icon SSRF187.pdf
Relative areal zooplankton abundance off the Pacific Coast James R. Thrailkill PDF icon SSRF188.pdf
Fluctuations in abundance of Columbia River chinook salmon, 1928- 54 Harold A. Gangmark PDF icon SSRF189.pdf
Saury distribution and abundance, Pacific Coast, 1950-55 Elbert H. Ahlstrom and Harold D. Casey PDF icon SSRF190.pdf
Shad fishery of the Ogeechee River, Georgia, in 1954 James E. Sykes PDF icon SSRF191.pdf
Three Russian papers on northwestern Pacific plankton translated by W. G. Van Campen PDF icon SSRF192.pdf
Underwater television vehicle for use in fisheries research R. F. Sand and R. L. McNeely PDF icon SSRF193.pdf
Preparation of a dry product from condens ed menhaden solubles: Statistical analysis of the data (Supplement to the Fish and Wildlife Service Research Report 45) C. F. Lee and R.J.Monroe PDF icon SSRF194.pdf
Stream surveys of the Sheepscot and Ducktrap River systems in Maine Floyd G. Bryant PDF icon SSRF195.pdf
Collections by the Oregon in the Gulf of Mexico (list of crustaceans, mollusks, and fishes identified from collections made by the exploratory fishing vessel Oregon in the Gulf of Mexico and adjacent seas, 1950 through 1955) Stewart Springer and Harvey R. Bullis, Jr. PDF icon SSRF196.pdf
Nature of green or offcolor condition in precooked yellowfin tuna John J. Naughton, Michael M. Frodyma, and Harry Zeitlin PDF icon SSRF197.pdf
Physical oceanographic, biological, and chemical data, south Atlantic Coast of the United States Theodore N. Gill, cruise 2, William W. Anderson, Jack W. Gehringer, and Edward Cohen PDF icon SSRF198.pdf
Gulf-2, semiautomatic plankton sampler for inboard use Albert Collier PDF icon SSRF199.pdf
Canned fish and shellfish preferences of household consumers, 1956. Results of a national survey conducted under contract to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. PDF icon SSRF200.pdf
Preliminary report on expedition EASTROPIC, Joseph E. King, Thomas S. Austin, and Maxwell S. Doty PDF icon SSRF201.pdf

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