Van Campen, Wilvan G. and Hoven, Earl E.
Tunas and tuna fisheries of the World: an annotated bibliography, 1930-1953.
Fishery Bulletin, 57(111),
This bibliography attempts to list, with descriptive annotations and a subject index, important literature published between 1930 and 1953 dealing with the tunas and their fisheries in all parts of the world. It is thus a continuation of Corwin's (1930) work, which extended with similar scope through 1929, and an extension of Shimada's (1951), which was limited to the biology of Pacific tunas. The tunas with which it deals are those fishes customarily so-called in commercial parlance and usually classified in the genera Thunnus, Neothunnus, Parathunnus, Germo, Katsuwonus, Euthynnus and Auxis and their various synonyms. All aspects of the biology of the tunas are dealt with, as are descriptions and histories of all types of tuna fisheries, commercial and exploratory tuna fishing methods and results, fishing gear, catch statistics, and fishery management, but processing technology, economics and marketing, folklore, and purely literary references have been excluded.
||Tunas and tuna fisheries of the World: an annotated bibliography, 1930-1953
|Van Campen, Wilvan G.|
|Hoven, Earl E.|
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||United States Fish and Wildlife Service
||From Fishery Bulletin of the Fish and Wildlife Service v.57
Patti M. Marraro
||19 May 2009 19:47
||14 Dec 2010 16:54
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