Proceedings of the International Symposium on North Pacific Flatfish: October 26-28, 1994, Anchorage, Alaska
In October 1994, 65 researchers gathered in Anchorage for the International Symposium on North Pacific Flatfish. Flatfish are a major part of the ecosystem, but because they do not bring in big dollars on the fisheries market, they are often an ignored resource. The first opportunity for North Pacific flatfish scientists to share information internationally, the symposium provided a perspective for planning ecosystem research.
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