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In one of the first studies of its kind, a team of fish experts used models and fish-catch data to analyze 63 major fish populations around the United States and Europe, from Atlantic cod and Greenland halibut to rockfish, hake, grouper, and sole.
A menu of colorful local dishes with Scandinavian flair—charred cabbage with gooseberries, silver hake with yellow-eyed beans, and pork collar with red banana fingerlings—is served to guests seated at the marble bar or in the open dining space.
Buyers crowd around stuffed crates of plaice, Dover sole, hake and a dozen other species.
Indeed, Kress says two of the puffin’s favorite foods, herring and white hake, have been shown to be sensitive to changes in surface sea temperature.
For example, with just 14 SNPs, the researchers were able to pinpoint the source of 98 percent of 766 samples of hake.
Namibia’s fishermen perceive seals as competing for such commercially valuable species as mackerel, sardines, anchovies, hake, and herring.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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