blueback


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blueback

(ˈbluːˌbæk)
n
any of several species of fish with a blue colouring
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To begin the piece, the artist downloaded a copy of The Battle of Gettysburg off the internet and had it blown up and printed on to durable blueback paper.
Tim Winton's novel for young readers Blueback, websites such as MapMaker and episodes from the Australian Children's Television Foundation and Education Services.
Two species of river herring, alewives and blueback herring, are critical components of marine food webs, right up to the fishermen on shore and at sea who harvest them.
Jim caught his about five minutes later on an electric blueback MirrOdine on 6-pound braid.
But where bass feed on large gizzard shad along the ledges of riverine impoundments, they can also work well in summer, in addition to waters where blueback herring are a prime prey.
Cegal has announced the release of Blueback ODiSI -- an innovative One Dimensional Stochastic Inversion method, which produces high-quality images of reservoir property estimates and associated uncertainties.
Spring also features the wondrous migration of blueback herring and alewives which make their annual journey from the Atlantic Ocean to Rock Creek to spawn before returning to the sea.
EPA detected the presence of American eel, a catadromous species, and determined that the American shad and blueback herring--both anadromous species--are capable of using Hurricane Creek.
Moser ML and Patrick WS: Fecundity and Status of Blueback Herring (Alosa aestivalis) and Alewife (A.
The wetland, planted with over 124,000 native plants, is a safe haven for migrating birds and the alewife and blueback herring, both threatened species.
The fish-lift in Holyoke transported 370,506 American shad, 22,136 sea lamprey, 647 blueback herring, 410 gizzard shad, and 26 salmon up and over the Holyoke dam to help them reach their spawning grounds.
Biologist Barbara Brennessel first saw alewives and blueback herrings during their migration upstream on a hiking trip.