Survey of the technical literature on the marine finfishery resources of the Peconic/Gardiners Bay system, New York, 1900-1984 : with recommendations for resources conservation and study /
Marine Sciences Research Center
Hickey, C. R. (Clarence R.)
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SubjectMarine Sciences.; Atmospheric Sciences.; Marine fishes > New York (State) > Peconic Bay Estuary.; Marine fishes > New York (State) > Gardiners Bay.; Marine resources conservation > New York (State) > Peconic Bay Estuary.; Marine resources conservation > New York (State) > Gardiners Bay.; Living Marine Resources Institute.
from the summary, "This report is an inventory of the main sources of technical and scientific information published during this century (1900-1984) on the fishes (biology and life history) and finfisheries of the Peconic/Gardiners Bay system of eastern Long Island, New York. The general focus and important findings of more than 138 studies are summarized and annotated so that this body of knowledge can become a useable information source for natural resource managers, planners, and researchers. Recommendations for future study and resource conservation are addressed. A historical perspective on the scientific study of eastern Long Island fishes is presented. . . "
vii, 106 p. : map ; 28 cm. Includes bibliographical references.
PublisherMarine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook University; Stony Brook, NY
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