Early Stages of Atlantic Fishes

The Early Life History (ELH) of marine fishes in Fishing Area 31, which includes the western central North Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and the Gulf of Mexico, has remained incomplete over the years.

Early Stages of Atlantic Fishes

The Early Life History (ELH) of marine fishes in Fishing Area 31, which includes the western central North Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and the Gulf of Mexico, has remained incomplete over the years. This certainly wasn't because of any lack of interest, but rather a lack of a comprehensive merging of studies that would provide a broad understandi

North Atlantic Seafood

An expert on fish and fish cookery provides a comprehensive guide to the fish species of the North Atlantic--from the Carolinas to Canada and from Spain to the U.S.S.R.--and shares over two hundred recipes for their preparation

North Atlantic Seafood

An expert on fish and fish cookery provides a comprehensive guide to the fish species of the North Atlantic--from the Carolinas to Canada and from Spain to the U.S.S.R.--and shares over two hundred recipes for their preparation

Fishes of the Sea

The section of the book on the gobies, a group of fish that are as difficult to study as they are interesting, has been contributed by Peter J. Miller.

Fishes of the Sea

This photographic and descriptive guide to the fish species that inhabit the North Atlantic and Mediterranean is unique in its emphasis on the appearance of marine fish in their natural habitats. It expands and recasts the Lythgoes' highly regarded first edition published two decades ago. In particular, all of the more than 200 color photographs are new, and most are accompanied by line drawings that emphasize distinctive traits. The fish are arranged by class, family, and species, and succinct descriptions give detailed information about anatomy, distribution, food, and breeding habits. Most of the photographs were taken underwater, providing valuable information on how the fish swims in nature, its true colors and pattern, and whether or not it is camouflaged against its natural background. The geographical area covered in the book includes the Atlantic coastal waters of the United States and Canada north of Chesapeake Bay; the Mediterranean; and from Gibraltar north to the Arctic, including all the coasts of Europe. John Lythgoe, a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Bristol, is an expert on the appearance and color of fish underwater. The section of the book on the gobies, a group of fish that are as difficult to study as they are interesting, has been contributed by Peter J. Miller. Gillian Lythgoe is a diver, photographer, and the future and managing director of Planet Earth Pictures, whose collection covers a wide range of natural history and environmental subjects.

Fishes of the North Atlantic Coloring Book

44 accurate, ready-to-color illustrations of over 50 different kinds of fishes: herring, tuna, sailfish, dolphin, dozens more. Detailed captions.

Fishes of the North Atlantic Coloring Book

44 accurate, ready-to-color illustrations of over 50 different kinds of fishes: herring, tuna, sailfish, dolphin, dozens more. Detailed captions.

A Field Guide to North Atlantic Wildlife

"--Tom Bergh, Maine Island Kayak Company This beautifully illustrated guide covers an unprecedented range of species that may be sighted along the coastline or offshore by the whale watcher, bird watcher, fisher, boating enthusiast, or ...

A Field Guide to North Atlantic Wildlife

A spectacular field guide to the many fascinating creatures of the ocean world algon the norhteaster coast of the United States and the Maritime Provinces of Canada.

Sounds of Western North Atlantic Fishes

The book contains a systematic arrangement and nomenclature of underwater sound produced by Western North Atlantic fishes and obtained with hydrophones and recording equipment.

Sounds of Western North Atlantic Fishes

The book contains a systematic arrangement and nomenclature of underwater sound produced by Western North Atlantic fishes and obtained with hydrophones and recording equipment. The report includes family classification; distribution; habits; size; sound production; and sonic mechanism.

Deep Water Fisheries of the North Atlantic Oceanic Slope

The book also contains a number of papers describing present and past research and the present exploitation of resources, together with papers on the technical problems encountered in capturing and processing these fishes.

Deep Water Fisheries of the North Atlantic Oceanic Slope

A comprehensive review of current knowledge of the deep-water fishes of the North Atlantic and their exploitation. Individual countries and research institutions have carried out their own investigations and surveys in the past, but these results have rarely been coordinated, nor has there been a proper sharing of results and data. But there is a need to assess the total size of the deep-water stocks and the extent to which they can safely be exploited. The book also contains a number of papers describing present and past research and the present exploitation of resources, together with papers on the technical problems encountered in capturing and processing these fishes. An assessment of the requirements for future research is presented.