fish lead

fish lead

[′fish ‚led]
(engineering)
A type of sounding lead used without removal from the water between soundings.
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Hidden beneath the surface of the sea, fish lead secret lives.
Cushing (1975; 1990) hypothesized that links (matches or misses) in time and space among phytoplankton blooms followed by zooplankton and then larval fish lead to year-class variability.
With a 7 fish lead heading into the second leg (Sailfish Open, Feb 1-3, West Palm Beach), Capt.
Not that the Scottish international got off to the best of starts as Derek Brady, who was drawn on the next peg, immediately raced into a four or five fish lead.
Bites from a weever fish lead to excruciating pain which can last for up to two weeks.
Oxidative stress in the fish leads toward cellular damage as well as oxidation of DNA, proteins, lipids and other biomolecules (Cao et al.
A major reason why veggies tend to be better dieters is that giving up meat and fish leads to them embracing a healthier lifestyle, the research found.
One major reason why veggies tend to be better dieters is that giving up meat and fish leads to them embracing a healthy lifestyle, the study by weight-loss firm Forza Supplements showed.
Today Marine live fish leads by 75% of its ornamental fish exports.
Frying fish leads to the loss of the natural fatty acids, the AAN said in a press release.
Fish leads a team that will spend most of April assessing the state of the trails now that the rainy season and the risk of mudslides are easing.
Venom from a weever fish leads to excruciating pain which can last for up to two weeks.