seaperch


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

seaperch:

see surfperchsurfperch,
any member of the family Embiotocidae, a large family of spiny-finned, carnivorous fishes of the perch order. Also known as seaperches and surf fish, most surfperches are found off sandy shores of the North American Pacific Coast.
..... Click the link for more information.
.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
During the past decade, several other robotics challenges have emerged, such as SeaPerch, First Tech Challenge, VEX IQ Challenge, National Robotics Challenge, CREATE Open and others.
Fishing in coastal estuaries is good for striped seaperch, with some very large fish being landed in the north coast estuaries .
In a 2003 caged fish study, Stripey seaperch (Lutjanus carponotatus) were caught at a clean site, then distributed to three caging sites: A (near field), B (far field) and C (reference site).
Bonser (the faculty sponsor) during the Seaperch competition, where we went to Georgia for Nationals.
Trainees in the 11th grade EbD course, Advanced Design Applications, completed a SeaPerch design challenge and tested their underwater robots in the LTU swimming pool.
"[The biggest takeaway] that I will have with me forever as a result of participating in [EAGLE] is the bond among my teammates," reported an EAGLE freshman who learned the underwater robotics curriculum to build a SeaPerch submersible.
hopkinsi) observed from the submersible and from 0% for some species to 84% for Pink Seaperch, (Zalembius rosaceus) for fishes observed from the ROV.
Perch fishing in coastal estuaries is fair for striped seaperch coastwide, mainly around area piers.
Influence of spting river flow on the recruitment of Japanese seaperch Lateolabraxjaponicus into the Chikugo estuary, Japan.
The SeaPerch program, managed by RoboNation, is an innovative underwater robotics program that enables teachers and students to build an underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) from a kit, using curriculum that teaches basic engineering and science concepts and exposes students to the exciting possibilities of a STEM career.
A few species, such as blackeye goby (Rhinogobiops nicholsii), greenstriped rockfish (Sebastes elongatus), and pink seaperch (Zalembius rosaceus) tended to avoid the beam.
Teachers expressed the need for a challenge unique from popular SeaPerch and robotics competitions, so the Eastern Shore Crab Boat Engineering Design Challenge was conceived.