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fishery

1. 
a. the industry of catching, processing, and selling fish
b. a place where this is carried on
2. a place where fish are reared
3. a fishing ground
4. another word for piscary

fishery

[′fish·ə·rē]
(ecology)
A place for harvesting fish or other aquatic life, particularly in sea waters.
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Email or mail the manuscript to: Editor, Marine Fisheries Review.
The 2009 Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) stock assessment (Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission 2009) concluded that the SNE stock was critically depleted, with nearly a decade of abundance less than the 25th percentile of the long-term (1984 to 2003) value.
A judge tossed out the new rules, but it took a third lawsuit by the conservation groups before the National Marine Fisheries Service wrote the biological opinions that describe the impacts of the pesticides on ocean-going steelhead and salmon and that proposes the mitigation steps that should be taken to avoid that harm.
The Marine Fisheries (Regulation and Management) Bill was scheduled to be tabled in the ongoing session of the parliament.
In nominating Shazia for the Award, Captain R J Ishrat, Director General of the Marine Fisheries Department, cited her many achievements, including the work undertaken to secure ISO-17025 accreditation for the laboratory (the first accreditation in a laboratory of this kind in Pakistan).
The National Marine Fisheries Service is responsible for the management, conservation and protection of the marine resources of the U.
CONCERNED: Michael Bould talks to the Marine Fisheries Agency's Rod Henderson
Prof Michel Kaiser, of Bangor University's School of Ocean Sciences, has been appointed to chair the Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs' (Defra) Marine Fisheries Stakeholder Forum.
Melissa Newman, the leader of the white abalone recovery team for the National Marine Fisheries Service, said pink, green, red, threaded, white, black and pinto abalone are the primary species in California, and the population of red abalone on San Miguel is likely one of the only viable populations left in Southern California.
Johnson of the National Marine Fisheries Service in Seattle and her coworkers decided to examine female soles.
On June 22, 2005, the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) announced a proposed rule change to the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (MSA) that will dramatically affect our nation's ocean resources.

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