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Her·ring

(her'ing),
Percy T., English physiologist, 1872-1967. See: Herring bodies.
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The tuna fishery in the ETPO is one of the most important in the world; the 2012 annual catches of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) and skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) exceeded 209,000 and 271,000 metric tons, respectively (IATTC (1)).
Based on this background, for guidance in the development of skipjack tuna fishing gear unit by which environmentally friendly and sustainable required an information as the basis for stakeholders in taking a decision.
Trade magazine The Grocer said skipjack demand rose at the beginning of the year after a US payment dispute.
It was also not fair: the skipjack by now had moved further offshore, drawing "J" out into the deeper water along the main channel.
Of particular fascination is the author's personal testimony of serving aboard the USS Skipjack submarine during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
JAO 02-14 specifically prohibits the fishing from June to August of every year of species of fishes in Davao gulf that include the big-eyed scad, skipjack tuna, species of tuna, scad, mackerel, and moonfish.
Changes in population structure and growth of skipjack tuna, Katsuwonus pelamis during 30 years of exploitation in the Southwestern Atlantic
The agreement aims to extend technical and institutional support for the development and conservation of Maldives' marine resources and will focus on the development of sustainable management practices for skipjack and yellow fin tuna in the Maldives.
We also carry canned pole-caught skipjack tuna, which is a 'light' tuna that's a good value and also is a 'best choice' for sustainability.
Skipjack Tuna Steaks are available in 301-gram retail packs from Fujieda, Shizuoka, Japan-based Tosakatsuo Suisan Co.