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With greater than 500 species defined and greater than four hundred illustrations, this advisor offers fast and simple visible id of fishes, mollusks, sponges, shrimps, lobsters, crabs, and lots more and plenty extra of the fauna came across at the coral reefs of the Caribbean and Florida.
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Definition and comparison of robust nonlinear data smoothing algorithms. J. Am. Stat. Assoc. 75,609-615. Comment s on the Effec t of Biologica l Assumption s on Halibu t Productio n Estimate s Gai y Stauffe r Northwest and Alaska Fisheries Center Seattle, Washington The experience of Pacific halibut management based on the International Pacific Halibut Commission's biological goals/objectives is a unique and classic example of what can be achieved when biological assessments of the production from a fish stock are successful and well modelled, and the dynamics of the stock are relatively well behaved.