2 edition of short dictionary of fishery terms found in the catalog.
short dictionary of fishery terms
A. A. Klykov
by Joint Publications Research Service in Washington, D.C, available from Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by A.A. Klykov.|
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|Pagination||c, 67 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||67|
fishery - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums. All Free. Bait. One of the most common fishing terms, bait refers to an attractant added to a hook to catch fish. Bait includes live and dead baitfish, crabs, crayfish, worms, eels, insects, mussels, clams, cut bait (fish), chicken livers, corn kernels, dough balls, squid, and shrimp, both in their natural and artificial forms.
fishery: 1 n a workplace where fish are caught and processed and sold Synonyms: piscary Types: pearl fishery a fishery where they fish for pearl oysters Type of: work, workplace a place where work is done. The rate of fishing mortality expected to achieve MSY under equilibrium conditions and a corresponding biomass of BMSY. FOY - The rate of fishing mortality expected to achieve OY under equilibrium conditions and a corresponding biomass of BOY. FEIS - Final Environmental Impact Statement. FMP - Fishery management plan.
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Glossary of Fisheries Management and Science Terms. Glossary of Fisheries Management and Science Terms. Adult stage:One of several marked phases or periods in the development and growth of many animals. In vertebrates, the life history stage where the animal is capable of reproducing, as opposed to the juvenile stage.
Contained in this dictionary are terms and names arranged in alphabetical order covering the following areas: fisheries engineering, fishing methods, fishing vessels, deck equipment, fish processing, fish processing equipment, fish products, fish farming, inland fishery, fishery biology, ichthyology, names of crustaceans, moluscs and marine mammals.
Commercial fishery - An umbrella term covering fisheries resources and the whole process of catching and marketing fish, molluscs and crustaceans. It includes the fishermen and their boats, and all activities and resources involved in harvesting, processing, and selling.
Conspecific - organisms or populations that belong to the same species. Fishing Dictionary - A to Z of fishing words and terms with their meanings. Fishing Dictionary - A reference page containing an alphabetical list of words or other linguistic terms used by fishermen and anglers with specialised information about them including meanings.
Fishing and Angling Dictionary. Fishing lingo is a language all its own, so we put together this glossary of fishing terms to make sure everyone’s on the same page as they talk about Chesapeake Bay fishing and angling in our nearby waters. Whether you enjoy kayak fishing in a quiet pond, heading offshore to hunt for pelagics, or anything in between, let’s get linguistic.
noun fisheries. 1 A place where fish are reared for commercial purposes. ‘Although some stream fed commercial fisheries do contain natural fish, the fast majority are artificially stocked.’.
‘The bluefin trevallies have commercial value for fisheries and for game fishing as well.’. A unique glossary of fishing terms defining fishing words and fishing names with video, audio, text and pictures. Tips, info and methods included with many of the terms.
Please search the list below to find the fishing term or word you would like defined. Glossary of fishing terms index A B.
Braided line. Carp rod Crease (river) F. Feather. Free fishery. A franchise in the hands of a subject, existing by grant or prescription, distinct from an ownership in the soil.
It is an exclusive right and applies to a public navigable river, without any right in the soil. 3 Kent, Comm. What is a Shock Leader (Fishing) A short but heavy piece of monofilament, attached to the hook, designed to take the shock of a hard strike.
And the resulting abrasion from sharp teeth or bottom scraping. What is a Short Strike (Fishing) Term referring to a fish hitting a bait or lure short of where the hook is positioned resulting in a missed.
Definition of fishery. 1: the occupation, industry, or season of taking fish or other sea animals (such as sponges, shrimp, or seals): fishing. 2: a place for catching fish or taking other sea animals. 3: a fishing establishment also: its fishermen. a place where fish are bred; fish hatchery.
a place where fish or shellfish are caught. the occupation or industry of catching, processing, or selling fish or shellfish. Law. the right to fish in certain waters or at.
A fishery to which all persons have a right, such as the cod fisheries off Newfoundland. A common fishery is different from a common of fishery, which is the right to fish in another’s pond, pool, or river. There is lots of great tackle available Here are some terms of basic tackle items and techniques to help you get started.
• ROD – A long lever, usually made of fiberglass, graphite or composite materials and used to catch fish. Different types are available, such as rods for spinning, fly fishing, spincast, bait casting, boat fishing. Common fishery definition is - a fishery enjoyed by the public. Love words. You must — there are overwords in our free online dictionary, but you are looking for one that’s only in the Merriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionary.
Start your free trial today and get unlimited access to America's largest dictionary, with. More thanwords that aren't in our free dictionary. The one on the front is indicative of some of the better ones.
A short one: "zzzzzzz" is: (1) Sound made by a patient angler waiting for a bite; (2) Sound made by an insect about to deliver one." The book itself is about 4" x 4" and about an inch thick, about pages, and scattered with great little drawings here and s: 8. Fisheries definition: the industry of catching, processing, and selling fish | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
a part of the ocean or a river where fish are caught in large quantities a herring fishery coastal/freshwater fisheries = fish farm a trout fishery See fishery in the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary.
fishery (fĭsh′ə-rē) n. fisheries 1. The industry or occupation devoted to the catching, processing, or selling of fish, shellfish, or other aquatic animals. A place where fish or other aquatic animals are caught. A fishing business.
A hatchery for fish. The legal right to fish in specified waters or areas. fishery. fishery meaning: 1. an area of water where fish are caught so they can be sold: 2. an area of water where fish are. Learn more.
The science of producing fish and other aquatic resources for the purpose of providing human food, although other aims are possible (such as sport or recreational fishing), or obtaining ornamental fish or fish products such as fish oil.
Learn more in: The CGIAR Virtual Library Bridging the Gap Between Agricultural Research and Worldwide Users. Fisheries Division. Trilingual dictionary of fisheries technological terms--curing.
Rome, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Fisheries Division. ISBN: Angling ~ A term first penned by Isaac Walton () in his book The Compleat Angler, 'angle' being the Olde-English word for 'hook'.
Anal fin ~ Best described, to avoid any risk of offence, as being the fin closest to the tail on the belly of a fish. Artificial bait ~ In fishing terms, a synthetic bait that looks like, feels like and sometimes smells like the real thing - but isn’t.Short description: An Illustrated Dictionary of the Names of Commercial Fish in the Western Pacific.
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