Symposium on Pink Salmon
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Symposium on Pink Salmon by Symposium on Pink Salmon, University of British Columbia 1960

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Published by Institute of Fisheries, University of British Columbia in Vancouver .
Written in English


  • Salmon -- Congresses

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Edition Notes

SeriesH.R. MacMillan lectures in fisheries
ContributionsWilimovsky, Norman J,
LC ClassificationsSH167 S17 S9 1960
The Physical Object
Number of Pages226
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17047027M

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