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Keta

 

a city in Ghana, in the region of Volta. Population, 27,500 (1970). It is a port on the Gulf of Guinea, in the delta of the Volta River. There is commercial fishing. Copra and cotton are processed. Salt is extracted from deposits in the lagoons.


Keta

 

(also Khita), a lake in Taimyr (Dolgan-Nenets) National Okrug, Krasnoiarsk Krai, RSFSR. Area, 452 sq km. It lies at an altitude of 93 m, between the western spurs of the Putorana plateau. The lake is fed by snow and rain. The Rybnaia River, a tributary of the Norilka River (basin of Lake Piasino), flows out of Lake Keta.

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For instance, in the Keta district the construction of classroom blocks for seven Junior Secondary Schools (JSS) and four Senior Secondary Schools (SSS) was suspended by the DA mainly due to financial constraints.
keta) are widely distributed over the northern Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea (Hart, 1973; Groot and Margolis, 1991), these four species are also known to occur to a limited degree in North American Arctic waters (McPhail and Lindsey, 1970; Scott and Crossman, 1973; Craig and Haldorson, 1986) (Fig.
Douglas Island Pink and Chum (DIPAC), an enhancement hatchery near Juneau, Alaska, uses two different release strategies simultaneously for chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta).
Three ships C.V Rio Bravo, C.V Delmas Keta and M.T Al SalamII carrying containers and diesel oil are expected to take berths at Container Terminal an FOTCO Terminal respectively on Friday, while another container ship 'MSC Altamira' is due to arrive at Port Qasim on Saturday.
This certification is based on the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries (Code) and the FAO Guidelines for Ecolabelling of Fish and Fishery Products from Marine Capture Fisheries (Guidelines), The certification includes all Pacific salmon species caught in Alaska: king, sockeye, coho, keta and pink.
Abstract--The Pacific Rim population structure of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) was examined with a survey of microsatellite variation to describe the distribution of genetic variation and to evaluate whether chum salmon may have originated from two or more glacial refuges following dispersal to newly available habitat after glacial retreat.
At the December 2000 World Trade Center Alaska Food Forum in Kenai, Bagley heard presentations on the quality standards that had been developed for Copper River salmon and the successful branding program of Western Alaska Arctic keta, or chum salmon.
Speaking at the Fifth Founders Day lectures of Keta Secondary School (Ketascho) in Accra, he said the government has to do a lot more to ensure that pupils from the basic school are academically equipped to face the challenges posed by senior secondary school education.
7 and 8 respectively on Thursday, while two more container ships "Rio Brave' and 'Deimas Keta' are due to arrive at Port Qasim on Friday.
Abstract--Variation at 14 microsatellite loci was examined in 34 chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) populations from Russia and evaluated for its use in the determination of population structure and stock composition in simulated mixed-stock fishery samples.