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Seafood Technology Project - Seafood By-Products Bibliography

Based on Ken Hilderbrand's bibliography, Seafood Waste Management (2001)
Revised by Janet Webster and Judy Mullen, Oregon State University Libraries

Latest revision: December 2003

Ken Hilderbrand (Oregon State University Sea Grant) assembled a collection of articles and reports in response to industry interest in the 1990s. His original resource list is available as an Oregon Sea Grant publication, Seafood Waste Management Bibliography. The Seafood By-Products Bibliography contains Hildebrand's original citations as well as selected additions.

Below ar the citations for the items in the collection. For more complete information including abstracts, use the complete bibliography.


  1. Anderson, Maiya and Miner, J. Ronald. Managing Seafood Processing Wastewater on the Oregon Coast : A Time of Transition. Oregon State University : 1997.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin TD899.F57 A53 1997
  2. Arason, S. Production of fish silage. Martin, A. M., Ed. Fisheries processing: biotechnological applications. 1 ed. London : Chapman & Hall; 1994; pp. 244-272.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH 334.7 .F571 1994
  3. Athanas, Ronald P.; DeMoranville, Carolyn; Bramlage, William J.; Kelleher, Stephen D., and University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Principal Investigators (The Environmental Institute, University of Massachusetts at Amherst ). LaVoie, James and Boreman, John, Editors. Effects of fatty fish fertilizer on Northeast agricultural crops and the manufacture of proper liquid fish products. The Environmental Institute, University of Massachusetts at Amherst; 1993; Technical Memorandum of the Environmental Institute, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, pursuant to NOAA's Award Number NA90AA-H-FM539. (Technical Memorandum).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Seafood Technology Collection
  4. Barzana, E. and Garcia-Garibay, M. Production of fish protein concentrates. Martin, A. M., Ed. Fisheries processing: biotechnological applications. 1st ed. London : Chapman & Hall; 1994; pp. 206-222.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH334.7.F571 1994
  5. Bimbo, Anthony P. and Centro Panamericano de Indenieria Sanitaria [ Pan American Center for Sanitary Engineering and Environmental Sciences]. Pollution prevention and control in the seafood industry and particularly for small and medium sized fishmeal plants [Web Page]. N/A; Accessed 1910 Mar 13. Available at: http://www.cepis.org.pe/muwww/fulltext/epa/pcsi/pcsi.html.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  6. Bonacker, L. A. and Associates; Natural Resources Consultants, Inc., and Washington State University. Production and testing of seafood waste/sawdust compost as a useful fertilizer. United States Department of Commerce, Saltonstall-Kennedy Cooperative Agreement # NA90AA-H-SK082; 1991.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin S654.P76 1991
  7. Brinton, William F.; Seekins, Milton D.; Time & Tide Resource Conservation and Development Area, and Mid-Coast Compost Consortium. Composting fish by-products: a feasibility study. Waldodoro , Maine : Time & Tide RC&D//Woods End Research Laboratory, Mt. Vernon , Maine ; 1988; ISBN: 0960355448.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  8. British Columbia Aquaculture Research and Development Council; Aegis Management Services Ltd., and Pegasus Consulting Group. A guide to processes for the production of products for non-direct human consumption from underutilized marine species and fisheries wastes. Industry, Science and Technology , Canada (The Fisheries Products Sector Campaign) and the British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (Aquaculture and Commercial Fisheries Branch); 1991.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library TD 899.F57 G84 1991
  9. Brown, Liz. Seafood processing byproducts in the Pacific Northwest . Corvallis , Oregon 97331-5503 : Oregon State University ; 1995.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library TD899.F57 B76 1995
  10. Cathcart, T. P.; Wheaton, F. W.; Brinsfield, R. B.; Lipton, D. W.; Strand, I. E.; Swartz, D. G.; University of Maryland, and Sea Grant Program. Composting blue crab processing waste. College Park , Maryland : Maryland Sea Grant Program, University of Maryland ; 1984.
    Call Number: Web only
  11. Cato, James C. Composting and using by-products from blue crab and calico scallop processing plants in Florida . Andree, Scott W.; Brinton, William F.; Cato, James C.; Earle, Jonathan F.; Greenfield, Court; Gregory, H. Clark; Harrison, Mac; Hodge, Celia H.; Lee, Hyung-Jib; Mahan, William T Jr.; McNeal, Brina L.; Mu, SOng; Rhue, R. Dean; Rich, Jimmy R.; Street Jimmy J., and Thomas, John E., contributors. Gainesville, Florida: University of Florida, Florida Sea Grant College Program, Woods End Research Laboratory, Inc., Suwannee River Resource Conservation and Development Council, Inc. 1992. (Report ( Florida Sea Grant College); SGR-107 / NSGL#: FLSGP-O-92-001).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley GC4.FLSGP. A22 no. 107, Guin GC4.FLSGP. A22 no. 107
  12. Commonwealth Marketing And Development and Seekins, M. D. Mid-coast compost project market study. Waldoboro , Maine : Mid-Coast Resource Utilization Consortium under the auspices of Time and Tide RC&D; 1988.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library HD 9484.C652.M265 1988
  13. Costa, Bob and Gardner, Hugh. A new look at old fertilizers: shrimp and crab processing wastes. Corvallis , OR : Oregon State University Sea Grant College Program; 1978 Apr.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  14. Crawford, David L. and McNeil, William J., Grant recipients. Processing groundfish carcass waste into fish feed. 1990; NMFS number 88NWR-050 / Grant number NA89ABHSK017 .
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  15. DeMoranville, Carolyn. Fish fertilizer: lessons for low input production. Cranberries; the National Cranberry Magazine. 1992; 56(March):12-13.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries--Valley SB383.C7, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  16. Development Planning and Research Associates, Inc. Market feasibility study of seafood waste reduction in Alaska . Environmental Protection Agency; 1980.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin HD9457.A4 M37 1980
  17. Dickson, Nancy; Richard, Thomas; Kozlowski, Robert, and Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service, Cooperative Extension. Composting to reduce the waste stream: a guide to small scale food and yard waste composting. Ithaca , NY : Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service; 1991. (NRAES; 43).
    Call Number: OSULibraries - Guin Library S661 .D53 1991
  18. Don Ference & Associates, Ltd., Management Consultants. Market for composted fish waste. B.C. Aquaculture Research And Development Council; 1991.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library HD9484.C652 C236 1993
  19. Evers, D. J. and Carroll, D. J. Ensiling salt-preserved shrimp waste with grass straw and molasses. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 1998; 71(3-4):241-249. ISSN: 0377-8401.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley SF95. A631, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  20. ---. Preservation of crab or shrimp waste as silage for cattle. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 1996; 59(4):233-244. ISSN: 0377-8401.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley Library SF 95.A631, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  21. Fisheries Development Program ( Canada ); Canada.; Department of Fisheries and Oceans, and Universite Sainte-Anne. Fish silage workshop: University Sainte-Anne, Church Point , Nova Scotia , June 16-17, 1987 : proceedings; Church Point , Nova Scotia . Ottawa : Canada . Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans; 1987102 p.General education series. v. #7).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries: Guin Library- Microlog fiche # 88-02615
  22. Frederick, Lynn . Turning fishery wastes into saleable compost. BioCycle. 1991; 32(9):70-71.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  23. Frederick, Lynn ; Harris, Robin; Peterson, Lloyd; Kehrmeyer, Stacy, and University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute. The compost solution to dockside fish wastes. Madison , WI : University of Wisconsin, Sea Grant Institute; 1989.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library TD796.5 .C583 1989
  24. Fruit Builder, Inc. Fish waste utilization:development of fish oil and fish fertilizer for agricultural uses. National Marine Fisheries Service; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; 1984.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin TP996.F5 F568 1984
  25. Gallanger, S. M. Wastewater treatment and by-product recovery in seafood processing using coagulant addition. Fairbanks , AK : University of Alaska ; 1983Must borrow from University of Alaska/Fairbanks or National Sea Grant Library.
    Call Number: Web only
  26. Gates, K. W. Waste Reduction, Water Conservation, and Recovery of Seafood By-Products. Marine Technology Society Journal. 1991; 25(1):44-51. ISSN: 0025-3324.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin GC1 .J64
  27. Goldhor, Susan and Koppernaes, Johan D. A seafood processor's guide to water management. Boston , MA : New England Fisheries Development Association; 1990.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin HD9455 .G651 1990z
  28. Goldhor, Susan H.; Regenstein, Joe M.; New York Sea Grant Institute, and North Atlantic Fisheries( U.S. ). Improving the profitability of finfish processing waste: options for fish processors with an emphasis on mechanical deboning (mincing), hydrolysis (liquid fertilizer production), and composting. Stony Brook , New York : New York Sea Grant Institute; 1991. 42 p (NYSGI-T- 91-001).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Seafood Technology Collection
  29. Green, J. H.; Paskell, D.; Goldmintz, D., and Schisler, L. C. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). New methods under investigation for the utilization of fish solubles. Food Processing Waste Management; Syracuse , New York . 1973: 51-68.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  30. Grulich, Phillip R.; DuPaul, William D., and Virginia Institute of Marine Science. Feasibility of crab meal processing in the cheasapeake bay region: II. An integrated economic analysis for hampton/newport news, virginia . Gloucester Point , Virginia : Virginia Sea Grant College Program, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary; 1984. (Special Report in Applied Marine Science and Ocean Engineering ; No. 273).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH336.5.C73 G781 1984
  31. Halbach, Thomas R.; Baker, Dale R.; Minnesota Extension Service, and Minnesota Sea Grant College Program. Composting fish waste: an alternative for Minnesota resorts. St. Paul , Minnesota : Minnesota Sea Grant College Program, University of Minnesota : Minnesota Extension Service; 1991. (MINNU; H-91-001).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  32. Henderson, Nona R. and Strombom, Dan B. Application of liquid fish fertilizer through sprinkler irrigation for commerical production of cranberries. New Brunswick , NJ: Rutgers Cooperative Extension. N.J. Agricultural Experiment Station. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; [1995].
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  33. Henderson, Nona R.; Strombom, Dan B., and National Coastal Resources and Development Institute. Use of fish hydrolysate fertilizer on early blacks in New Jersey. New Brunswick: Rutgers Cooperative Extension: New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station; 1995.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library S659 .H46 1995
  34. Henderson, Nona R.; Strombom, Dan B.; New Jersey Sea Grant College Program; New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station; Rutgers Cooperative Extension, and National Coastal Resources Research and Development Institute. Model business development and marketing plan for fish hydrolysate fertilizer. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Jersey Sea Grant Program; 1995. (New Jersey Sea Grant publication; No. NJSG-95-322).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library HD9483.U62 N546 1995
  35. Henderson, Nona R.; Strombom, Dan B.; New Jersey Sea Grant College Program; New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station; Rutgers Cooperative Extension, and National Coastal Resources Research and Development Institute (U.S.). Efficacy and marketability of liquid fish fertilizer in southern New Jersey. New Brunswick, N.J. Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Jersey Sea Grant Program; 1995. (New Jersey Sea Grant publication; NJSG-95-321).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library HD9483.U62 N544 1995
  36. Hilderbrand, Kenneth S. (Oregon State University, Hatfield Marine Science Center). Composition of carcass waste from pacific whiting and other selected species: a summary of some relevant data from OSU Seafood Laboratory reports. 19924p.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  37. Hinkamp, D. A taste for waste. Oregon's Agricultural Progress. 1996; 43(1 (Fall)):15-17.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Valley S1 .O66, Guin S1 .O66, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  38. Humphreys, Jay. Crab-to-compost process demonstrated. Fathom. 1990; 1(2 (Winter)):6-7.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  39. Husby, Fred M. Alaska marine by-products production and utilization. Alaska Marine Resource Quarterly. 1987; 2(2):16-19.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries, Guin SH222 A4 A5451
  40. Keller, Sue and Alaska Sea Grant College ProgramKeller, Sue. Making profits out of seafood wastes: International Conference on Fish By-products; Anchorage, Alaska. Fairbanks, Alaska: Alaska Sea Grant College Program; 1990 Ak-SG. v. . 90-07).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin SH335.8 .I581 1990
  41. Kuo, S.; June, J. A.; Hummel, R.; Yoshioka, A. H., and Jellum, E. J. Evaluation of the quality and utility of seafood waste/sawdust composts as slow release nitrogen fertilizers. Saltonstall-Kennedy Cooperative Agreement #NA26FD0129-01; 1994.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library S654.E88 1994
  42. Kuo, S.; June, J. A.; Jellum, E. J; Freeburg, M.; Bristow, P.; Hummel, R., and Yoshioka, A. H. Production and testing of seafood waste amended lime materials for resources conservation and crop production. 1994.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin Library S659.P76 1994
  43. Kuo, Shiou. Nitrogen and phosphorus availability in groundfish waste and chitin-sludge cocomposts. Compost Science & Utilization. 1995; 3(1):19-29.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  44. Laughlin, P. F.; Martin, W. M.; Smith, G. R.; University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, and United States Agricultural Research Service. Processed crab waste: liming and fertilizer on two alaskan soils. Fairbanks, Alaska: University of Alaska, Institute of Agricultural Sciences; 1973. (Research Report/ University of Alaska, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, 73-1.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  45. Martin, A. M. Fisheries processing : biotechnological applications. 1st Ed. ed. London: Chapman & Hall; 1994.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH 334.7 .F571 1994
  46. Martin, R. E. (Sci. Technol., Natl. Fish. Inst., 1525 Wilson Blvd., Suite 500, Arlington, VA 22209, USA). Seafood waste issues in the 1990's. Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology . 1992; 1(1):9-16; ISSN: 1049-8850.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH334.9.J681
  47. Mathur, S. P.; Daigle, J. Y.; Brooks, J. L.; Levesque, M., and Arsenault, J. Composting seafood wastes. Biocycle. 1988; 29(8):44-49. ISSN: 0276-5055.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley S 631.C621, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  48. Montero, P. and Gomez-Guillen, M. C. Recovery and functionality of wash water protein from krill processing . Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 1998; 46(8):3300-3304.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley S583 .J55, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  49. National Coastal Resources Research and Development Institute (U.S.) and Hatfield Marine Science Center. Turning seafood processors' costly waste problem into a profitable solution. NCRI News: a publication of the National Coastal Resources Research and Development Institute. Newport, OR; 1994: 5-7.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin HT390.N31; Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  50. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife; Oregon State University, Astoria Seafoods Laboratory, and National Marine Fisheries Service (Oregon State University, Department of Food Science and Technology Seafoods Laboratory). Utilization of seafood industry waste. 1976; NOAA 76100601 . (Completion Report, Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife; NOAA-NMFS Project Number : 1.89-D).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries: Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  51. Oregon State University. Dept. of Botany & Plant Pathology. Fruit disease management testing program 1994. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University; 1994.
    Call Number: OSU Librarie- Valley Library SB951 .F81 1994
  52. Otwell, W. S. Waste treatment and utilization . Martin, R. E. and Flick, G. J., Eds. The Seafood Industry. 1990; pp. 302-324.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin HD9450.5 .M37 1990
  53. Otwell, W. S. and Coastal Plains Center for Marine Development Services, Department of food science and human nutrition. Seafood waste management in the 1980's: conference proceedings; Orlando, Florida. Gainesville, FL: Florida Sea Grant College; 1981.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley GC4.FLSGP.A22 no. 40, Guin GC4.FLSGP.A22 no. 40
  54. Reddy, N. R.; Flick, G. J.; Dupuy, H. P., and Boardman, G. D. Characterization and utilization of dehydrated wash waters from clam processing plants as flavoring agents. Journal of Food Science. 1989; 54(1):55-59.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TX341.F6, Guin TX341.F6
  55. Rynk, Robert and Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service. On-farm composting handbook. Ithaca, New York: Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Services; 1992. (NRAES; 54).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library S661 .O53 1992
  56. Sano, Kazuo. Treatment of waste water from marine products processing plants. Marine Behaviour and Physiology . 1988; 14(1):41-63.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin GL121 .M4, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  57. Schoemaker, R. Shrimp waste utilisation. Richards, N., Ed. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Infofish; 1991. iii, 20 p. (INFOFISH Technical Handbook; 4).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin SH336.5.S56 S51 1991
  58. Seekins, Bill; Walton, William; Mid-Coast Compost Consortium; Time and Tide Resource Conservation Development Council, and Maine Science and Technology Board . Compostable by-products in the mid-coast area of maine. Augusta, Maine: Marine Science and Technology Board ; 1989.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library TD796.5 .S44 1989
  59. Staff of BioCycle: Journal of Composting & Recycling. Composting source separated organics. Emmaus, Pa. JC Press, Inc. 1994; ISBN: 0-932424-15-5.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library TD796.5 .C643 1994
  60. Stuiber, David A.; Lindsay, Robert C.; Sommercorn, James; Vilstrup, Richard; Kummerow, Max; University of Wisconsin-Extension, Dept. of Food Science; University of Wisconsin-Extension, Dept. of Meat and Animal Science; Wisconsin Sea Grant Advisory Services, and Upper Great Lakes Regional Commission. Handling fishery wastes and by-products: Fish liquification: an alternative to the present waste handling practices of the great lakes fishing industry. Madison, WS: University of Wisconsin Extension, Wisconsin Sea Grant Advisory Services, Upper Great Lakes Regional Commission; 1976.
    Call Number: Web only
  61. Tilsworth, T. and Morgan, W. D. Jr. Alaska seafood processing industry. 38th Industrial Waste Conference; Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Boston: Butterworth Publishers; 1983; c1984: 847-854.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD897 .I61, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  62. University of California Cooperative Extension. Chemical composition of fish by-products. Fish & Kelp News. Santa Rosa, CA; 1990?: 1-4.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  63. ---. Composting fish scrap. Fish & Kelp News. Santa Rosa, CA; 1991?; vol. 3, No. 1: 1.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  64. ---. Why fish and kelp are quality plant nutrients. Fish & Kelp News. Santa Rosa, CA ; 1989; September issue: 1-4.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  65. University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute. Proceedings of the 1991 fisheries by-products composting conferenceMadison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute; 1992; c1992Technical Report / University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute. v. UW Sea Grant Technical Report No. WISCU-W-91-001).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TP996.F5.F571 1991, Guin TP996.F5.F571 1991
  66. Valle, J. M. del and Aguilera, J. M. (University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada). Recovery of liquid by-products from fish meal factories: a review. Process Biochemistry International. 1990; 25(4):122-131; ISSN: 0963-4940.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TP 248.3 .P71
  67. Weis, Sarah A.; Bramlage, William J.; University of Massachusetts (Amherst campus); Dept. of Plant and Soil Sciences; University of Massachusetts (Amherst campus), and Cooperative Extension Service. Using fish waste hydrolysates as a fertilizer for apples and blueberries. Fruit Notes. 1992; 57(3):15-19.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Seafood Technology Collection
  68. West Coast Fisheries Development Foundation. Seafood wastes: levels and disposal methods for West Coast fishing ports. Portland, OR: West Coast Fisheries Development Foundation; 1983.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley HD9451.7.S421 1983, Guin HD9451.7.S421 1983
  69. White, David G.; Regenstein, Joe M.; Richard, Thomas, and Goldhor, Susan. Composting salmonid fish waste: a waste disposal alternative. New York Sea Grant, Cooperative Extension, Cornell University; 1989. (NYEXT; G-89-001).
    Call Number: OSU Libraries- \Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection
  70. Woods End Laboratory Compost Consultants and Mid-Coast compost Consortium. Compost demonstration; final report. Time & Tide RC&D; 1998.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin S659.C65 1988
  71. Woods End Research Lab. ABC's of composting science: basic compost systems, equipment and costs: and environmental and regulatory issues panelMt Vernon, Maine: ISBN: JANET SAYS TO REVIEW THE VIDEO.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library "Hilderbrand file"
  72. Wyatt, Bruce; McGourty, Glenn, and Alaska Sea Grant College Program (University of California Cooperative Extension). Use of marine by-products on agricultural cropsKeller, S. Making profits out of seafood wastes: proceedings of the international conference on fish by-products, Anchorage, Alaska, April 25-27, 1990.; Anchorage, Alaska. Fairbanks, AK: Alaska Sea Grant Program; 1990: 187-195.
    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH335.8 I581 1990, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

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