Observations on the Alewife, Pomolobus Pseudoharengus (Wilson), in Fresh Wate

By J.J. Graham

© 1956

The major study in this investigation was one of growth and form, carried out to evaluate differences in growth rates and body proportions between landlocked Lake Ontario and the anadromous Atlantic alewives. Particular attention was also given to the nature of the annual mortality that is characteristic of P. pseudoharengus in Lake Ontario.

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  • Page Count: 52 pages
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The major study in this investigation was one of growth and form, carried out to evaluate differences in growth rates and body proportions between landlocked Lake Ontario and the anadromous Atlantic alewives.

Observations on the Alewife, Pomolobus Pseudoharengus (Wilson), in Fresh Wate

By J.J. Graham

© 1956

The major study in this investigation was one of growth and form, carried out to evaluate differences in growth rates and body proportions between landlocked Lake Ontario and the anadromous Atlantic alewives. Particular attention was also given to the nature of the annual mortality that is characteristic of P. pseudoharengus in Lake Ontario.

Product Details

  • Series: Heritage
  • World Rights
  • Page Count: 52 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.0in x 0.0in x 9.0in
  • Author Information

    Joseph J. Graham (1921-) was a member of the Maine Department of Marine Resources, Fisheries Research Laboratory, West Boothbay Harbor, Maine.