Items where Division is "CMFRI-Cochin > Marine Capture > Fishery Resource Assessment" and Year is 1997

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Chakraborty, S K (1997) Growth, mortality and yield per recruit of bearded croaker Johnius dussumieri (Val.) from Mumbai waters. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 44 (1). pp. 45-49.

CMFRI, Kochi (1997) CMFRI Annual Report 1996-97. Technical Report. CMFRI, Kochi.

CMFRI, Kochi (1997) CMFRI Newsletter No.077 - 079 January- June 1997. Other. CMFRI, Kochi.

CMFRI, Kochi (1997) CMFRI Newsletter No.080 July- September 1997. Other. CMFRI, Kochi.

CMFRI, Kochi (1997) CMFRI Newsletter No.081 October- December 1997. Other. CMFRI, Kochi.

Kar, Swapan Kumar (1997) On an incidental heavy catch of the ponyfish, Secutor incidiator and on the stranding of a loggerhead turtle, Caretta caretta at Digha, Midnapur district, West Bengal. Marine Fisheries Information Service, Technical and Extension Series, 148 . p. 10.

Kar, Swapan Kumar (1997) On the disco net operated along Midnapur district, West Bangal. Marine Fisheries Information Service, Technical and Extension Series, 148 . p. 10.

Mathew, C Joseph and Devaraj, M (1997) The biology and population dynamics of the spadenose shark Scoliodon laticaudus in the coastal waters of Maharashtra State, India. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 44 (1). pp. 11-27.

Sathianandan, T V (1997) Robustness of length-class interval in length based analysis for the estimation of growth parameters - A simulation study for Sardinella longiceps. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 44 (3). pp. 225-230.

Srinath, M and Devaraj, M (1997) Stock assessment implications and management options for the small pelagics in the APFIC region. In: Small Pelagic fisheries in the Asia Pacific region Proceedings of the APFIC Working Party on Marine Fisheries First session 13-16-May 1997. UNSPECIFIED,(ed.) APFC FAO RAP, Thailand, Thailand, pp. 425-436.

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