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Anchovy school at Scripps Pier, July 8, 2014 00:03:17
Scripps Oceanography

Inked In Black: The Value Of Market Squid In Monterey Bay
Doc On Monterey Bay

The Last Sardine
00:04:58
[32.6MB]
[8MB]
Courtesy of: Terry Maas

California's Wetfish Industry
pt. 1 - Historic
00:10:07
[36.8MB]
[14.6MB]
[76.3MB]
pts.1 & 2

California's Wetfish Industry
pt. 2 - Present Day
00:02:34
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[3.6MB]

Squid Run
00:03:25
[29.4MB]
[18.1MB]
[36.3MB]
Photography: Roger Bly
Diver: Marc Otto

Cycles of Abundance
00:08:29
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[41.9MB]

Round-Haul Fishing
00:04:58
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[29.5MB]
Copyright © 2001
California Seafood Council

Incredible Edible Squid
00:03:25
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[36.2MB]
[20.4MB]
Copyright © 2001
California Seafood Council

The Colors of Squid
00:01:28
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[8.8MB]
Western United States Seafood

The Colors of Squid
Why Squid Change Color
Courtesy of the California Seafood Council archive
UCDavis.edu
California Seafood Council




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