Variations in Abundance of Year Classes of Threadfin Hakeling (Laemonema longipes, Moridae) in the Northwestern Pacific Corresponding to Oceanographic Conditions
Vadim P. Pavlychev and Andrew B. Savin
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This paper gives data on the biology of threadfin hakeling (Laemonema longipes) and compares year-class abundance and subarctic water regimes at 149°E for the period 1965-1990. A quasi-seven-year period, caused by the "pole" tide, is present in the variations of threadfin hakeling year-class abundance and the subarctic water regime. It is assumed that high year-class abundance of threadfin hakeling will occur in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
- Item number: AK-SG-99-01i
- Year: 1999
- DOI: https://doi.org/10.4027/eafm.1999.09