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Fisheries research bibliography archive

This portion of the TeX User Group bibliography archive collects links to complete bibliographies of journals in fisheries research, as part of a collaboration with scientists at the Northwest Fisheries Science Center at the National Marine Fisheries Service, in Seattle, Washington, USA, a division of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

This collection includes more than 88,400 entries for articles in 15 major journals. To keep the bibliography files of manageable size, and within the limits of common BibTeX implementations, coverage of journals with large article counts is split into decade-specific files.

For searching convenience, the complete collection is also available in a single file as an SQLite3 platform-independent database (about 390MB): fishery-journals.db. There is more about bibliographic markup in the BibTeX Information and Tutorial and about its SQL database interface in BibTeX meets relational databases. The sqlite3 program is public domain, portable across all common operating systems and CPU platforms, and requires no special computer administration privileges to install, use, or run.

Notes on title markup

Biologists classify life forms into a descending hierarchy of eight levels: domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species. Names within each level are based on Latin, once the common language of scientific communication. In these bibliographies, the most important are the last two, and in modern publishing practice, the genus is capitalized, the species is lowercase, and both are italicized. The genus and species are predominantly single words, but the species is sometimes two or three words, representing more precise classifications. Other members of the hierarchy are normally capitalized, and spelled in roman type.

Following the practice used for other journals in the TeX User Group bibliography archive, the genus and species are wrapped in a \bioname{…} macro with a default definition that typesets its argument in italics. However, the default is used only if the macro has not already been defined. The user could, for example, supply a definition that uses a different font or color, and possibly also creates an index entry, perhaps decorated with additional text that allows easy extraction of data for use in a separate index of biological names. For a description of how this can be done, see this document section.

When related biological names are referenced more than once in nearby text, the genus is often abbreviated after the first use: …Brown (\bioname{Salmo trutta}) and Rainbow Trout (\bioname{S. gairdneri})….

Authors commonly qualify biological names with the name of the discoverers or namers, and sometimes, the year of that event. Thus, we find a title with the text …\bioname{Priacanthus tayenus} {Richardson}, and \bioname{P. macracanthus} {Cuvier} and {Valenciennes}…, and another with …electric eel, \bioname{Electrophorus electricus}, {Linnaeus}, 1766 ({Gymnotiformes: Gymnotidae})…. That second example shows another common practice: adding a parenthesized phrase with the colon-separated order and family, both capitalized. Often, only the order is given there.

Some historical scientists are so well known that their names are further abbreviated: the father of modern taxonomy, the Swedish botanist Carl Linaeus (1707–1778), is often reduced to Linn., or further to just L., and the French naturalist Jean Léopold Nicolas Frédéric Cuvier (1769–1832) is shortened to Cuv..

Preparation of correctly marked up article title data for this collection proved particularly challenging for two reasons: (1) about a third of the titles contain \bioname{…} wrappers, but publisher Web data does not consistently indicate biological names with HTML markup for italics; and (2) there are large numbers of geographical names in the titles. Both types of names must be protected against the downcasing operation that many BibTeX styles perform to conform to the requirements of particular journal reference-list styles. One or more levels of bracing around a sequence of words prevents the downcasing. None of the publishers of the journals covered so far supplies any markup for geographical names, so the bibliographer must manually identify them and brace them.

To assist in this tedious job, a software tool, find-proper-names.c, scans bibliography files that have been prettyprinted by bibclean to have one key/value pair per line, and outputs a filename and line number, the matching word, and the preceding and following words that commonly occur in such phrases.

The internal list of more than 600 geographical names includes all of the countries of the world, all of the provinces, states, and territories in Australia, Canada, and the USA, plus common words like lake, ocean, and river. The tool would then report the title Lake Trout Stocks in Lake Superior, but the bibliographer would have to apply human intelligence to correct it to read Lake Trout Stocks in {Lake Superior}.

To find biological names that are missing macro wrappers, another software tool, make-bioname-sed-script.sh, extracts substitution patterns from BibTeX files that the standard Unix stream editor tool, sed, can later apply to add the missing markup. A current list of more than 5600 such patterns is supplied in bioname.sed and can be automatically applied with a command sed -f bioname.sed old.bib > new.bib.

Experience shows that this is substantially helpful, but is not sufficient, because the Latin genus name can also be a common noun, perhaps with a different meaning. Examples include acacia, bacterium, cancer, daphnia, danio, octopus, raja, rhea, salmonella, tilapia, and Venus. For that reason, patterns that contain only a single word in the argument of \bioname{…} are excluded from the substitutions: the text of the journal article must be consulted to determine which of the two uses is meant.

Despite the substantial effort that has gone toward adding markup in titles, there are likely to be a few instances where the protective braces, or a \bioname{…} wrapper, are missing. The bibliography file author will be grateful for reports of any such omissions.

Fisheries research online resources

During the course of this work, we recorded Web links for several online resources related to fisheries research and fish biology. For reader convenience, we provide this list:

Fisheries research bibliography data files

In the following large table, the name in the first column is a hypertext link target, and is also the basename of a BibTeX bibliography file. The corresponding .sok file is the spelling-okay file: it has a list of correct words that augment those in common spelling program dictionaries, so that after bibliography updates, words that are not in either of those lists are possible spelling errors, though commonly, they are new personal names, new technical jargon, and new biological names. Those that are believed to be correct are merged into the .sok file, and the errors that remain are repaired in the .bib file. A subsequent run of spelling programs should then produce no output at all.

Each bibliography file is completely typeset with the LaTeX wrapper file ending in .ltx, and that produces page descriptions in TeX device independent (.dvi), compressed PostScript (.ps.gz and .ps.xz), and Portable Document Format (.pdf) files that describe typeset page images.

The .html file produces a Web page display that looks almost identical to the BibTeX file, but has live hyperlinks, most notably with DOI (Digital Object Identifier) and URL (Uniform Resource Locator) links that a Web browser can follow to the publisher page for that article. That in turn may contain article abstracts, links to PDF files with article contents, and sometimes, pointers to Web pages for preceding and following articles in the journal issue. Often, there are also hypertext links to author pages, allowing the location of related articles by the researchers in journals from the same publisher. The BibTeX entries also contain bibsource values that provide Web links to the source bibliography archive, and journal-URL values that link to the publisher Web site for the journal.

Finally, the .twx (title word index) file contains an automatically generated index of all of the title words in the articles in the bibliography file. It is typeset at the start of the bibliography DVI, PostScript, and PDF files.

To give a flavor of the bibliographic data available, here is a fragment for an article from one of the journals covered in this collection:

  @String{j-J-FISH-RES-BOARD-CAN  = "Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of
                                    Canada = Journal de l'Office des recherches
                                    sur les p{\^e}cheries du Canada"}
  @Article{Moreau:1979:DPA,
    author =       "Guy Moreau and Claude Barbeau",
    title =        "Diff{\'e}renciation de populations anadromes et
                   dulcicoles de {Grands Cor{\'e}gones}
                   (\bioname{Coregonus clupeaformis}) par la composition
                   min{\'e}rale de leurs {\'e}cailles. ({French})
                   [Differentiation of anadromous and freshwater
                   populations of large coregonids (\bioname{Coregonus
                   clupeaformis}) by the mineral composition of their
                   scales]",
    journal =      j-J-FISH-RES-BOARD-CAN,
    volume =       "36",
    number =       "12",
    pages =        "1439--1444",
    month =        dec,
    year =         "1979",
    CODEN =        "JFRBAK",
    DOI =          "https://doi.org/10.1139/f79-210",
    ISSN =         "0015-296X",
    ISSN-L =       "0015-296X",
    bibdate =      "Thu Nov 25 11:02:39 MST 2021",
    bibsource =    "http://www.math.utah.edu/pub/tex/bib/jfishresboardcan1970.bib",
    URL =          "https://cdnsciencepub.com/doi/full/10.1139/f79-210",
    acknowledgement = ack-nhfb,
    ajournal =     "J. Fish. Res. Board Can.",
    fjournal =     "Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada =
                   Journal de l'Office des recherches sur les
                   p{\^e}cheries du Canada",
    journal-URL =  "https://cdnsciencepub.com/journal/cjfas",
    language =     "French",
  }

All text in the BibTeX files is coded in ASCII, which forms the first 128-characters of the Unicode character set that, in late 2021, contains almost 145,000 characters. Accented letters are coded in TeX markup, although from about 2020, recent TeX engines can accept Unicode UTF-8 encoding directly. When titles are in a language other than English, a bracketed translation is supplied. This collection currently contains entries for about 200 articles in French, German, and Spanish.

The CODEN value is the six-character code assigned by the American Chemical Society's Chemical Abstracts Service that provides a compact handle for the journal name. The CASSI Web site search facility accepts journal names, CODEN values, and ISSN values, and returns a detailed publication record of the journal, often including Web links to the publisher journal site. Library online catalogs usually allow searches on those three values too, and return information about local holdings of the journal.

The ISSN value is the 8-character code assigned to the journal as its International Standard Serial Number. There may be more than one such number, if the journal has multiple publication forms, such as print and electronic.

The ISSN-L value is the 8-character code assigned as the Linking ISSN: it is usually the ISSN of the first publication form that the journal appeared in, and is the recommended form to use when only a single ISSN value is needed or permitted.

The ajournal and fjournal values supply the abbreviated and full names of the journal. Where available, the US Library of Congress catalog record supplies the abbreviated form, and that in turn, stripped of punctuation, with spaces converted to hyphens, letters uppercased, and prefixed with j-, defines the BibTeX string abbreviation for the journal name. Use of full journal names in reference lists is encouraged to avoid reader confusion, but if the author prefers shorter names, the @String{…} value in the example can be followed with something like

  @String{j-J-FISH-RES-BOARD-CAN  = "J. Fish. Res. Board Can."}

in an author's personal BibTeX file for the current document. The last such definition applies when BibTeX formats the entry according to the current bibliography style, so there is no need to destructively remove alternate definitions.

The bibdate field records the date and time when the BibTeX entry was first created. It might be updated if the entry is later corrected, but often is not. It is also recorded in SQL databases as the value of a generated bibtimestamp key with a value of the form YYYY.MM.DD.HH.MM.SS (for year, month number, day of month, hour, minute, and second, with timezone not recorded) that can be used in searches to restrict consideration to entries created before or after a particular time, or within a certain time interval. Thus, an SQL SELECT statement clause of the form (bibtimestamp > '2022') could be used to extract data for just the entries created since the start of 2022.

canjfishaquatsci1980 Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences = Journal canadien des sciences halieutiques et aquatiques (1980–1989) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
canjfishaquatsci1990 Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences = Journal canadien des sciences halieutiques et aquatiques (1990–1999) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
canjfishaquatsci2000 Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences = Journal canadien des sciences halieutiques et aquatiques (2000–2009) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
canjfishaquatsci2010 Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences = Journal canadien des sciences halieutiques et aquatiques (2010–2019) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
canjfishaquatsci2020 Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences = Journal canadien des sciences halieutiques et aquatiques (2020–2029) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
ecolmodell1970 Ecological Modelling (1970–1979) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
ecolmodell1980 Ecological Modelling (1980–1989) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
ecolmodell1990 Ecological Modelling (1990–1999) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
ecolmodell2000 Ecological Modelling (2000–2009) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
ecolmodell2010 Ecological Modelling (2010–2019) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
ecolmodell2020 Ecological Modelling (2020–2029) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
fishfish Fish and Fisheries [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
fishoceanogr Fisheries Oceanography [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
fishres1980 Fisheries Research (1980–1989) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
fishres1990 Fisheries Research (1990–1999) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
fishres2000 Fisheries Research (2000–2009) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
fishres2010 Fisheries Research (2010–2019) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
fishres2010 Fisheries Research (2010–2019) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
fishres2020 Fisheries Research (2020–2029) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
frontmarsci2010 Fisheries Research (2010–2019) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
frontmarsci2020 Fisheries Research (2020–2029) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
icesjmarsci1920 ICES Journal of Marine Science (1920–1929) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
icesjmarsci1930 ICES Journal of Marine Science (1930–1939) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
icesjmarsci1940 ICES Journal of Marine Science (1940–1949) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
icesjmarsci1950 ICES Journal of Marine Science (1950–1959) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
icesjmarsci1960 ICES Journal of Marine Science (1960–1969) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
icesjmarsci1970 ICES Journal of Marine Science (1970–1979) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
icesjmarsci1980 ICES Journal of Marine Science (1980–1989) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
icesjmarsci1990 ICES Journal of Marine Science (1990–1999) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
icesjmarsci2000 ICES Journal of Marine Science (2000–2009) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
icesjmarsci2010 ICES Journal of Marine Science (2010–2019) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
icesjmarsci2020 ICES Journal of Marine Science (2020–2029) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishbiol1960 Journal of Fish Biology (1960–1969) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishbiol1970 Journal of Fish Biology (1970–1979) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishbiol1980 Journal of Fish Biology (1980–1989) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishbiol1990 Journal of Fish Biology (1990–1999) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishbiol2000 Journal of Fish Biology (2000–2009) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishbiol2010 Journal of Fish Biology (2010–2019) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishbiol2020 Journal of Fish Biology (2020–2029) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishdis1970 Journal of Fish Diseases (1970–1979) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishdis1980 Journal of Fish Diseases (1980–1989) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishdis1990 Journal of Fish Diseases (1990–1999) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishdis2000 Journal of Fish Diseases (2000–2009) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishdis2010 Journal of Fish Diseases (2010–2019) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishdis2020 Journal of Fish Diseases (2020–2029) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishresboardcan1930 Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada = Journal de l'Office des recherches sur les pêcheries du Canada (1930–1939) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishresboardcan1940 Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada = Journal de l'Office des recherches sur les pêcheries du Canada (1940–1949) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishresboardcan1950 Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada = Journal de l'Office des recherches sur les pêcheries du Canada (1950–1959) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishresboardcan1960 Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada = Journal de l'Office des recherches sur les pêcheries du Canada (1960–1969) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
jfishresboardcan1970 Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada = Journal de l'Office des recherches sur les pêcheries du Canada (1970–1979) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
marpolicy1970 Maritime Policy (1970–1979) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
marpolicy1980 Maritime Policy (1980–1989) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
marpolicy1990 Maritime Policy (1990–1999) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
marpolicy2000 Maritime Policy (2000–2009) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
marpolicy2010 Maritime Policy (2010–2019) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
marpolicy2020 Maritime Policy (2020–2029) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
namjfishmanag1980 North American Journal of Fisheries Management (1980–1989) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
namjfishmanag1990 North American Journal of Fisheries Management (1990–1999) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
namjfishmanag2000 North American Journal of Fisheries Management (2000–2009) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
namjfishmanag2010 North American Journal of Fisheries Management (2010–2019) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
namjfishmanag2020 North American Journal of Fisheries Management (2020–2029) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
natresourmodel Natural Resource Modeling [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
revfishbiolfish Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1870 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1870–1879) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1880 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1880–1889) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1890 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1890–1899) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1900 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1900–1909) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1910 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1910–1919) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1920 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1920–1929) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1930 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1930–1939) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1940 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1940–1949) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1950 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1950–1959) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1960 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1960–1969) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1970 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1970–1979) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1980 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1980–1989) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc1990 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (1990–1999) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc2000 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (2000–2009) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc2010 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (2010–2019) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]
transamfishsoc2020 Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (2020–2029) [.bib, .dvi, .html, .ltx, .pdf, .ps.gz, .ps.xz, .sok, .twx]