DENSITY DEPENDENCE AND VULNERABILITY OF FISH TO ENTRAPMENT BY OFFSHORE-SITED COOLING-WATER INTAKES.

Gary Thomas, R. L. Johnson

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Abstract

Simultaneous measurements of offshore fish density and inplant fish entrapment were made during eight surveys at four electric-generating stations along the Southern California coastline in 1979. Hourly estimates of the fish biomass in the vicinity of the cooling-water intake sites with state-of-the-art precision were made possible with hydroacoustic techniques. Synchronous hourly measurements of fish entrapment were made in order to describe the density dependence of fish entrapment. An entrapment vulnerability statistic was employed to describe the effect of water transparency, the velocity-cap and volume of flow on the entrapment of fish.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationOceans Conference Record (IEEE)
PublisherIEEE
Pages504-508
Number of pages5
StatePublished - 1980
Externally publishedYes
EventUnknown conference -
Duration: Sep 8 1980Sep 11 1980

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OtherUnknown conference
Period9/8/809/11/80

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cooling water
density dependence
vulnerability
fish
transparency
coast
biomass

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  • Oceanography

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Thomas, G., & Johnson, R. L. (1980). DENSITY DEPENDENCE AND VULNERABILITY OF FISH TO ENTRAPMENT BY OFFSHORE-SITED COOLING-WATER INTAKES. In Oceans Conference Record (IEEE) (pp. 504-508). IEEE.

DENSITY DEPENDENCE AND VULNERABILITY OF FISH TO ENTRAPMENT BY OFFSHORE-SITED COOLING-WATER INTAKES. / Thomas, Gary; Johnson, R. L.

Oceans Conference Record (IEEE). IEEE, 1980. p. 504-508.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Thomas, G & Johnson, RL 1980, DENSITY DEPENDENCE AND VULNERABILITY OF FISH TO ENTRAPMENT BY OFFSHORE-SITED COOLING-WATER INTAKES. in Oceans Conference Record (IEEE). IEEE, pp. 504-508, Unknown conference, 9/8/80.
Thomas G, Johnson RL. DENSITY DEPENDENCE AND VULNERABILITY OF FISH TO ENTRAPMENT BY OFFSHORE-SITED COOLING-WATER INTAKES. In Oceans Conference Record (IEEE). IEEE. 1980. p. 504-508
Thomas, Gary ; Johnson, R. L. / DENSITY DEPENDENCE AND VULNERABILITY OF FISH TO ENTRAPMENT BY OFFSHORE-SITED COOLING-WATER INTAKES. Oceans Conference Record (IEEE). IEEE, 1980. pp. 504-508
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