Seasonal changes in whole-body energy content and estimated consumption rates of age 0 walleye pollock from Prince William Sound, Alaska

  • Paul A
  • Paul J
  • Smith R
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This study examined the somatic energy content and prey consumption needs of recruiting walleye pollock Theragra chalcogramma in one of Alaska's large estuaries to begin to evaluate the role of this species in the food-web. Age 0 pollock were collected from Prince William Sound in the fall and spring during 2 years. In the fall of 1995, few recruits

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  • Consumption
  • Energetics
  • Growth
  • Theragra chalcogramma

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  • A. J. Paul

  • J. M. Paul

  • R. L. Smith

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