Effects of the 1983 El Nino on coastal nekton off Oregon and Washington Public Deposited

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Chapter in the book "El Nino North : Nino effects in the Eastern Subarctic Pacific Ocean.

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  • The 1982-83 El Nino event in the northeastern Pacific has been associated with significant changes In sea temperatures, vertical thermal structure, coastal currents and upwelling (this volume). Such physical changes may affect the species composition, abundance or availability of fishes and other nektonic animals in a variety of ways.
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  • Wooster, Warren S., and David L. Fluharty, eds. El Nino North : Nino effects in the Eastern Subarctic Pacific Ocean. Seattle: Washington Sea Grant Program, University of Washington, 1966.
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