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  • Fish By Elizabeth Bishop
    447 words
    The Ode Goodbye The importance of something can't be simply stated but rather explained to someone in depth. The poem "The Fish" by Elizabeth Bishop tells of a story of something important to her. She tells a trial of her life in this poem. Bishop explains in depth the true value of this experience. As the reader, one becomes more in tune with what the poem is saying, when explained in detail. Elizabeth Bishop's technique while writing this poem was a brilliant one. While she was merely catching...
  • B.C. Salmon Netcage Industry
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    Salmon Aquaculture has caused or contributed to wild fish declines throughout the world. However, despite this fact, salmon aquaculture in British Columbia continues to follow a similar path which is having detrimental effects on its natural environment. The B.C. salmon netcage industry is of major concern as it is intimately linked to an array of environmental, social, and economic issues. Presently, the aquaculture industry is encouraged by governments as it provides a multitude of economic op...
  • Unborn Baby's Nervous System
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    Synopsis #1 BIO 131 A. Summary: The Food and Drug Administration is announcing to pregnant women that eating certain kinds of fish may be harmful to their unborn child. These fish include shark, swordfish, king mackerel and tile fish. These fish contain high levels of a form of mercury called methyl mercury. Methyl mercury can damage an unborn baby's nervous system. The FDA suggests that any pregnant woman, or women of childbearing age, nursing mothers, and young children stay away from these fi...
  • Viper Fish
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    The viper fish is one of the fiercest predators of the deep. It's scientific name is Chauliodus sloan i. The viper fish's name comes from its fang resemblance to the Viper Snake. The viper fish, which typically grows to at least a foot long, has a very large mouth, which opens very widely but is not big enough to contain the fish's long teeth. The viper fish is also bio luminescent, with photophore's light-emitting organs on its dorsal fin and along its body to lure its prey to it. The fish has ...
  • Huge Fish And Things
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    Destiny Is Not Always Easy Sometimes the things we are meant to be, aren't the things that are easiest for us. In Old Man and the Sea this becomes very true for Santiago. Fishing is extremely hard for him, lines cutting his hands, countless hours waiting for a fish to jump. He was born to do this, it is his destiny, and it's not easy. He shows this when he deals with many forms of nature, such as the sea, enormous fish, and countless things trying to take the fish away. The sea is a very importa...
  • Bait For Black Bass Fishing
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    For those who are curious about fishing, but never seem to have any luck, here are a few simple guidelines to follow which will have you reeling them in in no time. Catching fish can be really easy to do if one has the correct equipment, location, weather, and presentation. First, when fishing, equipment is very important. It would not be prudent to bring knife to a gunfight, and fishing is just the same. When catching 500 lb. swordfish in saltwater it is important to not bring an ultra-light fl...
  • Fleshy Finned Fish
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    There are two classes of fishlike creatures in the Chordate Phylum. The first is Chrondrichthyes Class, which comprises mainly of Sharks and Rays. The seconds is the common Bony fishes of the class Ostechithyes. The apparent similarities between each speech are only skin deep. They have similar dapperly solely because of convergent evolution and not because of any close evolution connection. There paired fins can identify class Chrondrichthyes, which comprises namely of sharks and rays, their co...
  • Balanced Aquarium The First Type Of Fish
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    when setting up a new aquarium, one of the primary concerns of the aquarist is that of balance. a balanced tank is essential to the success of a new aquarium. balance in oxygen content, waste removal, and plant life is important, of course, but the choice of the main types of fish can be used to achieve a balanced aquarium. the first type of fish is the community type. community fish are, as their name implies, non-aggressive. many fish in this group are vegetarians and can be trusted not to eat...
  • July Of 1997 Reel Big Fish
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    Words = 740 Turn The Radio Off Reel Big Fish is a ska / punk band from Orange County California that came into the music scene after the success of the other bands No Doubt and Sublime. They broke into the music scene during the summer of 1997, when their single "Sell Out" became modern rock radio and an MTV favorite. Reel Big Fish was originally a trio made of a vocalist / guitarist Aaron Barrett, bassist Matt Wong and drummer Andrew Gonzales. At that time the band was a rock band. After many m...
  • Diets Of The Farmed Fish
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    Powell, K., 2005. Fish farming, Eat your Veg, Nature, 426,378-379. The article that I chose to review discussed the possibility of maintaining and sustaining aquaculture by changing the diets of the farmed fish. The idea of carnivorous fish turning into vegetarians would help for future sustentation of aquaculture. There were pros and cons to either side of vegetarianism and the maintaining of carnivores. There are issues that would require research and analysis to which the author points out to...
  • Fishing At Celilo Falls
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    Celilo Falls Celilo Falls named after the 'Si-le-lah' tribe, was located about one hundred and two miles from Portland Oregon. Today Celilo falls no longer exists because the Dalles Dam was built March 10 1957; it was covered up by what is now Lake Celilo. Celilo Falls was a very important place for Native Americans nearby. Many tribes used the falls for fishing. Fishing platforms were built next to the water and men would spend much of their days catching salmon. Since the early 1800's, Native ...
  • Fish Move In Sequence Of A
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    MARINE BIOLOGY CASE STUDY LAB - PART 2 Analysis 1. By running the programming with a fish. dat file containing the information for a 2 x 2 tank size, and changing the starting positions for fish A, B, and C, according to the problem, I was able to evaluate the random sequence of steps taken by each fish. The fish move in sequence of A, B, and then C. Then they move according to open slots. If a fish is covered on both sides by another fish, it is unable to move and, therefore, stays in that exac...
  • Fish Hooks As Medals
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    Compare & Contrast 'The Fish' has many detailed words about the five human senses. The author in 'The Fish', had me visualize the catching of the fish. He talked about the fish not fighting the hook when it was in the corner of his mouth. He described what the fish looked like. He had brown skin hung in stripes like ancient wallpaper, shapes like full-blown roses, stained and lost through age. It had barnacles on him with infested tiny white sea-lice. The Fish's gills were filled with blood from...
  • Fishing With Santiago
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    The Old Man and the Sea Book report The title of this book is The Old Man and the Sea. The number of pages is 127. Copyright date is 1952 (re-newel date is 1980). The type of book is fiction. This book takes place in the Gulf Stream, and its time is in the past. This book is told in third person point of view. One of the main character's was an old Cuban man named Santiago who was thin, with deep wrinkles in the back if his neck and had scars on his hands from handling the fishing rope. The othe...
  • 2 Types Of Filtration For Fish Tanks
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    The hobby of fish keeping is much more difficult than it seems. It is also directly dependant on science. The bacterial cycle is one aspect related to science. As is how different filters work. Water conditions such as temperature, ph, and salinity play a big role in successful fish keeping as well. Science and Fish keeping go hand in hand. When a tank is first started fish waste and excess food begins to decompose at the bottom. One type of bacteria breaks it down to ammonia, which is highly po...
  • Kevin Kelly 1234 Country Road Saginaw
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    10/19/20011234 Country Road Saginaw, MI 45678 (517) 777-9090 Dear Ms. Mugg, In reply to your ad in the Bay City Times for a Programmer / Analyst, I wish to present my credentialsI am an ambitious and conscientious college graduate who would like to apply my computer expertise in a rapidly growing business such as the Muggwump Fish Farm. I am certain that you will appreciate the fact that I have owned a lot o of tropical fish since my childhood. In fact, I have subscribed to Fish Aficianado for t...
  • Norman Visits Paul
    444 words
    Analytical vs. Factual A River Runs Through It, by Norman MacLean, is totally unlike most autobiographies. Most autobiographies are similar to excerpts form an encyclopedia. They are factual and straightforward, but that is all that they are. They do not possess a depth. Norman MacLean makes his autobiography unlike most autobiographies, which focus on what happened in the life of the individual, in that he makes it a kind of analysis of his life. The book, A River Runs Through It, is very diffe...
  • Fish In The Water
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    There are several different species of fish in the surf zone. This list includes Corbin a, Yellowfin Croaker, White Sea Bass, Barred Perch, Walleye Perch, Leopard Shark, Shovel Nose Shark and Halibut. The Barred Perch is the most prominent surf fish in Southern California. The Barred Perch can be caught all year long in Southern California no matter the water temperature. The best way to describe a Barred Perch is it has the shape of a football but flat, silver in color with light grayish blue u...
  • The Little Fishies Of Other Sharks
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    "If Sharks were people", asked the daughter of the innkeeper of Mr. E., "would they be nicer to the little fish than grown-ups are to us?"Of course", he answered. "If sharks were people, they would have massive boxes built for the little fishes, with all kinds of foods in them, both meat as well as vegetables. The sharks would insure that the boxes would always have fresh water in them, and they would certainly meet all the measures of sanitation and health required. For example, if a little fis...
  • Good Fishing Fish For Deep Sea Fishing
    308 words
    Corypheane Hip purus also known as Dolphin Fish, Dorado, or Mahi- Mahi. Is a large deep sea fish that lives in tropical and subtropical seas. They can be found under floating objects and have been known to follow boats. You will usually find a school of them underneath a bunch of floating Sargasso. They are bright greenish blue above, and yellow on it's sides. All over the sides of their bodies they have Irregular blue or golden blotches. They have the capability of flashing purple, chartreuse, ...

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