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Fish Remains and Humankind, Editorial
Andrew KG Jones and Rebecca Nicholson (editors)

Submitted: September 1996; Published: August 1997; Words: 369 (3KB)
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Some remarks on seasonal dating of fish remains by means of growth analysis
D.C. Brinkhuizen

Submitted: September 1996; Published: August 1997; Words: 7211 (46KB)
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Cranial osteology of the redear sunfish; examples from the American Midwest
Mona L Colburn

Submitted: September 1996; Published: August 1997; Words: 3641 (26KB); Images: 14 (170KB)
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Pike (Esox lucius) in Late Medieval culture: from illiterate empericism to the literate traditions
Richard C. Hoffmann

Submitted: September 1996; Published: August 1997; Words: 9776 (69KB)
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A simple machine for bulk processing sediments
David J. Ward

Submitted September 1996; Published: August 1997; Words: 4880 (33KB); Images: 2 (79KB)
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