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Definition of the noun Alaska pollock
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- geographic area: East Pacific, Indo-West Pacific
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by Ken Albala
As cod catches declined, Alaska pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) in the North Pacific emerged as the fish of choice. Its eggs were sold in Asia, and its white flesh was used for fillets and for making fish products. The catches of pollock in one ...
by Win Blevins
Alaskan malamute, Alaska pollock, Alaska robin, Alaskan turkey (salmon); for plants—Alaska cotton, Alaska pine. ALBARDON A packsaddle similar to the APAREJO. Borrowed from Spanish. ALBINO A color of horse, white with blue eyes.
by K. Bradley Penuel, Matt Statler, Ryan Hagen
Although quotas have largely addressed the problem of human overfishing of Alaska pollock, burgeoning world populations have doubled the demand for seafood over the last three decades. That demand, along with illegal fishing and poor ...
History, Policy, and Politics by Matthew J. Lindstrom
In 2006, about 10 species (anchoveta, Atlantic herring, chub, Chilean jack mackerel , Japanese anchovy, skipjack tuna, yellowfin tuna, Alaska pollock, blue whiting, ...
by Charles Gordon Sinclair
Also known as walleye pollack hecause of its distinctive appearance [also called Alaska pollock; Alaska pollock see Alaska pollack Alaskan king crab A very large crah, Paralithodes camtschatica. weighing to l0 kg and with a leg span of 3 m ...
by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
Alaska pollock has become a valuable catch, worth $187 million. Table F-14 indicates the values of the principal species for the most recent year available. ming dates back 4,000 years to China, Japan, and Egypt. The practice of fish culture ...
the fish Pacific Whiting and Alaska Pollock, and beef cardiac muscle), the presence of endogenous catheptic enzymes (H, B, L, etc.) can cause considerable gel weakening when the product is ...
by Jeanne Mager Stellman
the Alaska pollock fishery (4.6 million tonnes) and the Chilean horse mackerel fishery (3.3 million tonnes). Together these three fisheries account for about 1 /5 of ...
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- Alaska Pollock Fishing (full documentary) - DOCFILMS
Alaska Pollock Fishing (full documentary) - DOCFILMS The Alaska pollock or walleye pollock (Gadus chalcogrammus, formerly Theragra chalcogramma) is an ...
- Alaska Pollock with Garlic, Tomato, and Rosemary (France)
- Alaska Pollock 1.Teil klein
- SeaFacts: Sustainable Ecosystem Management - The Alaska Pollock Example
Sustainable Fisheries Management requires science-based decision making. The Alaska Pollock industry is a case study in this precautionary approach to the ...
- ALASKA POLLOCK teaser
- Benefits of Alaska Pollock
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