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    • S-type Rotifer production of Endemic strain in Khoozestan region 

      Hosaini, Saeed Javad; Norouzi, Gh.A.; Dehghan, S. (Iranian Fisheries Science Research InstituteTehran, Iran, 2005)
      Because of the importance of the small rotifers in nutrition and transfer of unsaturated fatty acids to larval fish and shrimp, this study was carried out to produce s-type rotifers from local strains in live food lab ...
    • Sabaki River Sediment Transport and Deposition in the Indian Ocean. 

      Munyao, T.M.; Tole, M.P.; Jungerius, P.D. (African Studies CentreLeiden, Netherlands, 2003)
      The study aimed at investigating transport and deposition of sediments discharged by the Sabaki River into the Indian Ocean. Suspended solids, bottom sediment grain size distribution and mineralogy,and seasonal sediment ...
    • Sabellastarte spectabilis 

      Ketabi, Ramin; Jamili, Shahla (Tehran University, Kish International CampusKish Island, Iran, 2010)
    • Sabellastarte spectabilis (Grube, 1878) 

      Ketabi, Ramin; Jamili, Shahla (Tehran University, Kish International Campus; Iranian Fisheries Science Research InstituteTehran, Iran, 2016)
      Sabellastarte spectabilis is commonly known as the feather duster worm, feather duster or fan worm. It has reported for the first time from Iranian waters (Kish Island) and finding in the intertidal and subtidal ...
    • Safety evaluation of chloramine –T on ornamental zebra fish (Danio rerio) using LC50 calculation and organ pathology 

      Alidadi Soleimani, T.; Sattari, A.; Kheirandish, R.; Sharifpour, I. (2017)
      The need of aquarists for proper and safe disinfection of fish with Chloramine-T (CL-T) necessitates toxico/pathologic examinations. This study assays toxicity level of CL-T and histopathologic changes of gills, liver, ...
    • Saharan dust inputs to the Northeast Atlantic 

      Gelado-Caballero, María Dolores (IOC-UNESCOParis, France, 2015)
      Mineral aerosol inputs to the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem (CCLME) are among the highest in the world, due to its proximity to the Sahara and Sahel deserts in Africa. North Africa accounts for approximately 55% ...
    • Una salacuna para los peces arrecifales del Archipiélago de San Bernardo, Caribe colombiano 

      Báez, D.; Márquez, J.C.; López-Victoria, M. (INVEMAR, Santa Marta - Colombia, 2002)
      During six months visual censuses were carried out in two mangrove lagoons in the island of Tintipán, Colombian Caribbean. Twenty-six species of juvenile reef fishes were observed, some of them with economical importance ...
    • La salinidad y la distribución espacial de la ictiofauna en el estuario del Río de la Plata 

      Rico, M.R. (2000)
      Los ecosistemas estuariales se caracterizan por su alta productividad, baja diversidad biológica y fluctuaciones impredecibles de salinidad. A su vez, la distribución espacial de su ictiofauna resulta en general suficientemente ...
    • Salud de las comunidades de corales en arrecifes de Jardines de la Reina - golfo de Ana María, región sur-central de Cuba. 

      Ferrer Rodríguez, Víctor Manuel; González-Díaz, Silvia Patricia; Hernández Fernández, Leslie; Siciliano, Daria; Bretos, Fernando; Appril, Amy; Huges, Konrad; Santoro, Alyson (2016)
      El objetivo de la investigación fue evaluar el estado de salud de los arrecifes de coral en un sector del Parque Nacional Jardines de la Reina (PNJR) y del golfo de Ana María (GAM). Para ello se establecieron cuatro ...
    • Sampling the catch of fishing trawlers 

      Okpanife, M. O. (1982)
      This paper discusses the sample the sample design and estimation method for sampling the commercial catches of fishing trawlers. The result of the application of the design to Nigerian Fishing Trawlers in 1981 is presented. ...
    • Sand barrier development in the bight of Benin, West Africa 

      Blivi, A.B.; Anthony, E.J.; Oyédé, L.M. (Elsevier, 2002)
      The morphology, sedimentary facies, stratigraphy and development history of re-entrants and sand barriers in Togo and Benin (West Africa) have been analysed from boreholes and field data, and available radiocarbon dates. ...
    • Sand collar 

      Ketabi, Ramin; Jamili, Shahla (Tehran University, Kish International CampusKish Island, Iran, 2010)
    • Sanitary and aesthetic quality of Egyptian coastal waters of Aqaba Gulf, Suez Gulf and Red Sea 

      Farag, A.; El-Shenawy, M.; Zaky, M. (2006)
      During the course of 7 years (1998-2004), five field trips were performed annually in January, march, May, July and September. 1400 water samples (200 samples/year) were collected from 40 coastal sites covering the ...
    • Sanitary And Phytosanitary Measures And Their Impact On Kenya 

      Noor, H. (1998)
      While traditional trade barriers in agriculture such as tariffs continue to decline, technical and regulatory barriers are increasingly subject to debate. According to FAO's investigation, more developing counries ...
    • Santuario de Fauna y Flora Malpelo: descubrimiento en marcha. 

      Rodríguez Rubio, Efraín; Ortiz Galvis, Javier Roberto; Mayo Aragón, Gustavo Adolfo; Acevedo Bueno, Claudia Isabel; Bessudo Lion, Sandra; Betancourt Portela, Julián Mauricio; Vélez Gutiérrez, Ana María; Fernández Manjarrés, Carlos Eduardo; Beltrán León, Beatriz Susana; Rodríguez Ramírez, Alberto; Navas Camacho, Raúl; Reyes Nivia, María Catalina; Bejarano Chavarro, Sonia; Garzón Ferreira, Jaime; Herrera Carmona, Julio César; Ávila Jiménez, Isabel Cristina; Falk Fernández, Patricia Eugenia; Soler, Germán Andrés; García Imhof, Carolina; Tobón Belalcázar, Isabel Cristina; Capella Alzuela, Juan José; López Victoria, Mateo; Estela Uribe, Felipe Alejandro (Dirección General MarítimaTumaco, Colombia, 2007)
      ‘Santuario de Fauna y Flora Malpelo: descubrimiento en marcha’ Los ocho capítulos que suceden esta presentación abren ante sus ojos temas de diversos ámbitos de ciencia desarrollados durante los años 2003 y 2004 a bordo ...
    • Sapindaceae Juss. em remanescente de floresta estacional semidecidual no sul do Brasil : um estudo da Estação Ecológica do Caiuá, PR. 

      Rosado, Aline (Universidade Estadual de Maringá. Departamento de Biologia. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ecologia de Ambientes Aquáticos Continentais., 2013)
      The total amount of species in the world is between 10 and 30 million, but the majority of them still waits for scientific discoveries, especially in tropical regions. This high biodiversity is endangered, mainly by human ...
    • Sarcina sreenivasani, n. sp. bacteria productora del "Rojo" en las salazones de pescado, en el Uruguay 

      Bertullo, V.H.; Perez Hettich, F. (Facultad de Veterinaria (Uruguay), 1957)
      Se ha aislado de productos pesqueros salados en Uruguay una bacteria halófila que por sus características aparece como una nueva especie, para la cual proponemos el nombre de Sarcina sreenivasani, en honor del bacteriólogo ...
    • Sardine fishery in Kenya 

      Wakwabi, E. (Mombasa: Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute, 1986)
      This paper gives an overview on the Kenya sardine fishery as a research area for the future development and management of marine resources. The fishery is viewed in the context of an industry and the need for research ...
    • The sargeant fish and the eel. 

      Surtida, Augusto P. (2000)
      The culture of sargeant fish, or cobia (Rachycentron canadum) and eel (Anguilla spp) in the Philippines is discussed. Market potentials for the cultured products are examined.
    • El savorin Seriolella porosa como un recurso estacional en el Golfo San Matias, Argentina 

      Perier, M.R.; Di Giácomo, E.E. (Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Pesquero (INIDEP), Mar del Plata, 2002)
      The San Matias Gulf (Argentine Sea) fishery was historically developed and based on the catching of a target species: the common hake Merluccius hubbsi. There are also other marketable species such as the savorin ...