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  1. ┼dlandsek, B., S.H. Coombs, G. Temple. In press. Buoyancy and verticial distribution of eggs and larvae of blue whiting (Micromesistius poutassou): observations and modelling. Fish. Res.

  2. Checkley, D.M., Jr., R.C. Dotson, and D.A. Griffith. 2000. Continuous, underway sampling of eggs of Pacific sardine (Sardinops sagax) and northern anchovy (Engraulis mordax ) in spring 1996 and 1997 off southern and central California . Deep-Sea Res. 47:1139-1155.

  3. Checkley, D.M., Jr., J.R. Hunter, L. Motos, and C.D. van der Lingen (eds.). 2000. Report of a workshop on the use of the Continuous Underway Fish Egg Sampler (CUFES) for mapping spawning habitats of pelagic fish. GLOBEC Report 14, 1-65 pp. (and references therein)

  4. Checkley, D.M., Jr., P.B. Ortner, L.R. Settle, and S.R. Cummings. 1997. A continuous, underway fish egg sampler. Fish. Oceanogr. 6:58-73.

  5. Checkley, D.M., Jr., P.B. Ortner, F.E. Werner, L.R. Settle, and S.R. Cummings. 1999. Spawning habitat of the Atlantic menhaden in Onslow Bay, North Carolina. Fish. Oceanogr. 8: Suppl. 2: 22-36.

  6. Checkley, D.M., Jr., L. Motos, A. Uriarte, M. Santos, M. Trivedi, and S. Iwamoto. 1999. Continuous, underway sampling of pelagic fish eggs and the environment: the Bay of Biscay anchovy and machine vision research. ICES CM 1999.M:05, 15 p.

  7. Hill, K., T.M. Yarmeko, L.D. Jacobson, N.C.H. Lo, and D.A. Hannan. 1998. Stock assessment and management recommendations for Pacific sardine (Sardinops sagax) in 1997. Cal. Dept. Fish. Game Admin. Rep. 98-5.

  8. Hunter, J. 1999. Climate Varibility and Spawning Habitat: A progress Report from SPACC Working Group 8. Globec International Newsletter, 5(2):8-11. (October 1999)

  9. Hunter, J.R. and J. Alheit (editors). 1997. International GLOBEC Small Pelagic Fishes and Climate Change Program. Implementation Plan. GLOBEC Report 11, 1-36 pp.  

  10. Hunter, J.R., and N.C.H. Lo. 1997. The daily egg production method of biomass estimation: some problems and potential improvements. Ozeanografika 2: 41-69.

  11. Iwamoto, S., M.M. Trivedi, and D.M. Checkley, Jr. 1998. Real-time detection and classification of objects in flowing water. SPIE 3251:214-220.

  12. Van der Lingen, C.D., D.M. Checkley, Jr., M. Barange, L. Hutchings, and K. Osgood. 1998. Assessing the abundance and distribution of eggs of sardine, Sardinops sagax, and round herring, Etrumeus whiteheadi , on the western Agulhas Bank, South Africa, using a continuous, underway fish egg sampler. Fish. Oceanogr., 7:35-47.

  13. Watson, W., R.L. Charter, H.G. Moser, R.D. Vetter, D.A. Ambrose, S.R. Charter, L.L. Robertson, E.M. Sandknop, E.A. Lynn, and J. Stannard. 1999. Fine-scale distributions of planktonic fish eggs in the vicinities of Big Sycamore Canyon and Vandenberg Ecological Reserves, and Anacapa and San Miguel Islands, California. CalCOFI Rep. 40:128-153.

  14. Pepin, P., P.V.R. Snelgrove and K.P. Carter (In press) Accuracy and
    precision of the continuous underway fish egg sampler (CUFES) and bongo
    nets: a comparison of three species of temperate fish. Fisheries
    Oceangraphy.

  15. Lo, N.C.H., J.R. Hunter, and R. Charter. 2001. Use of a continuous egg sampler for ichthyoplankton surveys: application to the estimation of daily egg production of Pacific sardine (Sardinops sagax) off California. Fish. Bull., U.S., 99:554-571.

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