are sometimes observed in large concentrations near Point Lay and Barrow and are likely important to belugas wherever they are available (Suydam (17)) we only found them in five stomachs from the Eastern Chukchi Sea stock, and they were not found by Seaman et al.
With the annual rush of cod during the summer months coming to the coast in pursuit of capelin
, many Newfoundlanders had no need to venture into the deep ocean.
where a and b are two parameters to be fitted (SigmaPlot version 10, Rational II Two-Parameter model option, Marquardt-Levenberg algorithm); X is time in days, and capelin
consumption is expressed as fresh weight consumed per crab and per day.
(17) But what truly dazzled me in this poem is the explosion of similes in Part III (Warner himself comments on their profusion) that go beyond mimicking to incarnate the very thing he's describing, the explosion of a capelin
run on the shore:
But the early evidence reveals that seals are foraging on herring, sand lance, and capelin
in shallow, near-shore areas that cruise ships avoid.
As a simple example, consider a large Atlantic cod that only consumes capelin
and shrimp, both with known FA signatures.
Abstract--The number of pelagic fish eggs (cod and cunner) found in stomachs of capelin
(Mallotus villosus) sampled in coastal Newfoundland was used to estimate the encounter rates between capelin
and prey, and thus the effective volume swept by capelin
Included in this group are two types of Peruvian anchoveta, Alaska pollock, Japanese anchovy, blue whiting in the northeast Atlantic, capelin
in the North Atlantic, and Atlantic herring.
In Alaska's Bering Sea, capelin
, herring and other coldwater fish have been in decline, while warmer water creatures like albacore and ocean sunfish have made their appearance.
The export of Japanese technology has spurred the development of capelin
, sea urchin, shrimp, flounder, sea bream, eel, perch and many other industries.
Twice in the past 20 years, the capelin
population in the Barents Sea north of Norway and Russia abruptly crashed and then took years to recover.