Exchange and flux of larval fishes across the western Gulf Stream front south of Cape Hatteras, USA, in winter

@inproceedings{Govoni1999ExchangeAF,
  title={Exchange and flux of larval fishes across the western Gulf Stream front south of Cape Hatteras, USA, in winter},
  author={Govoni and Spach},
  year={1999}
}
To describe exchange and to frame the magnitude of the flux of larval fishes across the Gulf Stream front in winter, collections were taken on the inshore and offshore sides of the frontal zone in 1991, 1993, 1994 and 1995, off Onslow Bay, North Carolina. Collections yielded larval fishes representing 75 families. Of these, the larvae of the families Gonostomatidae or Phosichthyidae consistently occurred on both sides of the frontal zone, yet are exclusively of mesopelagic, deep-oceanic origin… CONTINUE READING

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