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recapture

1. the act of recapturing or fact of being recaptured
2. US the seizure by the government of a proportion of the profits of a public-service undertaking
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Only four recaptures came from the northeastern portion of the study area with two from St.
Distance between recaptures was estimated as the smallest number of quadrants between captures.
During the 2006 dry season, the number of recaptures for both males and females after the first release decreased markedly up to 200 m from the release site (Fig.
Where noted, early and late spawning season recaptures were excluded from analyses to limit variability resulting from individuals that may not have been demonstrating spawning-related movements.
The observed recaptures for the Great Marsh were fitted to both models; the observed recaptures for Massachusetts were fitted only to the first, general model.
The recapture amount is further limited to the amount of gain realized on the sale of the home, after adjusting its basis by the amount of unrecaptured credit.
Tax advisers can help clients avoid, shift or postpone depreciation recapture on property used in a trade or business.
Once recaptures were identified, the length at release, release location and release date were determined from tagging records.
Moreover, the additive effect of recaptures from sharks tagged by NMFS and other biologists have helped to confirm overall movement patterns of many species.
Studies at inland sites have often been limited by low capture and/or recapture rates.
Later recaptures totaled 1539 fish, of which 1075 were NMFS tagged and 464 were ALS tagged.
Periodic recaptures were undertaken monthly, using a traditional fishing gear designated locally as "wallet-line" baited with cockles (Cerastoderma edule) and by hand gathering by scuba divers (whenever water visibility allowed for diving recapture operations).