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Category Archives: Fisheries Research and Monitoring
by Bruce Mundy Reposted from the NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer expedition, “Deep-Sea Symphony: Exploring the Musicians Seamounts” mission logs. On September 8, 2017, this bright-red sea toad or coffinfish (Chaunacops species) was seen … Continue reading
Deepwater snappers and groupers support significant fisheries in Hawai’i, the U.S. Pacific Territories and the rest of the South Pacific and Indian Oceans. They include the Pristipomoides (opakapaka, gindai, kalekale, goldeye kalekale), Etelis (onaga, ehu) and Hyporthodus (hapu’upu’u, eight-bar grouper) … Continue reading
by Dr. Edward DeMartini “Wow! That looks like great abstract art,” said John Gourley, one of the participants in a workshop/tutorial that I conducted. “The colors are amazing.” As part of the Fish Life History Program at PIFSC, I had … Continue reading
By Dr. Allen H. Andrews Understanding the age of a fish helps managers understand the population dynamics of a fish stock. For example, at what age is a fish species able to reproduce? Is its natural life span long or … Continue reading