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National Fishery Congress (1898 : Tampa, Fla.).
Proceedings and papers of the National Fishery Congress, held at Tampa, Florida, January 19-24, 1898.
Washington : G.P.O., 1898
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||United States Fish Commission.|
|Notes:||At head of title: U.S. Commission of Fish and Fisheries.
"Extracted from U.S. Fish Commission bulletin for 1897, article 8."
A.N. Chaney, president. Hugh M. Smith, secretary.
|Description:||pages 145-371, iv,  leaves of plates : illustrations ; 28 cm.|
|Contents:||Proceedings of the congress --
Methods of plankton investigation in their relation to practical problems, by J. Reighard --
The importance of extended scientific investigation, by H.C. Bumpus --
The utility of a biological station on the Florida coast in its relation to the commercial fisheries, by S.E. Meek --
Establishment of a biological station on the gulf of Mexico, by W.E. Taylor --
Some notes on American shipworms, by C.P. Sigerfoos.- An economical consideration of fish parasites, by Edwin Linton --
The fish fauna of Florida, by B.W. Evermann --
The lampreys of central New York, by H.A. Surface --
The protection of the lobster fishery, by F.H Herrick --
The Florida commercial sponges, by H.M. Smith --
On the feasibility of raising sponges from the egg, by H.V. Wilson --
The Hudson river as a salmon stream, by A.N. Cheney --
A plea for the development and protection of Florida fish and fisheries, by J.A. Henshall --
International protection for the denizens of the sea and waterways, by B.W. James --
The restricted inland range of shad due to artificial obstructions and its effect on natural reproduction, by C.H. Stevenson --
The green turtle, and the possibilities of its protection and consequent increase on the Florida coast, by R.M. Munroe --
Some factors in the oyster problem, by H.F. Moore --
The oyster grounds of the west Florida coast: their extent, condition and peculiarities, by F. Swift --
The oysters and oyster-beds of Florida, by J.G. Ruge.- The Louisiana oyster industry, by F.C. Zacharie --
The oyster-bars of the west coast of Florida: their depletion and restoration, by H.A. Smeltz.- Notes on the fishing industry of eastern Florida, by J.Y. Detwiler --
Oysters and oyster-culture in Texas, by I.P. Kibbe --
The methods, limitations, and results of white-fish culture in lake Erie, by J.J. Stranahan --
A brief history of the gathering of fresh-water pearls in the United States, by G.F. Kunz --
The red snapper fisheries: their past, present, and future, by A.F. Warren --
Some brief reminiscences of the early days of fish-culture in the United States, by L. Stone --
The relations between state fish commissions and commercial fishermen, by W.E. Meehan --
Possibilities for an increased development of Florida's fishery resources, by J.N. Cobb.- The utility and methods of mackerel propagation, by J.P. Moore --
The large-mouthed black bass in Utah, by John Sharp --
Florida fur-farming, by J.M. Willson, Jr.
|Series Title:||[U.S. Commission of fish and fisheries. Doc. 363-396]|