CGOA

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CGOACrochet Guild of America (Zanesville, Ohio)
CGOACoastal Gulf of Alaska
CGOACentral Gulf of Alaska
CGOACompany Grade Officers' Association
CGOAClub Grand Ouest Aviation
CGOACentraal Georganiseerd Overleg in Ambtenarenzaken (Netherlands)
CGOAClassic Glastron Owners Association
CGOACoast Guard Officers' Association
CGOACollège des Gynécologues et Obstétriciens d'Alsace (French: Alsace College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists; Strasbourg, Alsace, France)
CGOACzech Gas and Oil Association (now Czech Gas Association)
CGOAClubs & Gyms in Oxford & Abingdon (UK)
CGOAColumbia Gorge Orchestra Association (Oregon)
CGOACzech Go Association
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Table 1 Microscopic (histological) and macroscopic (visual) descriptions of oocyte stage and ovarian maturity of female sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria) sampled before spawning in the central Gulf of Alaska during December 2011.
Table 1 Frequency of maturity stage observed during each season of the year for male and female North Pacific giant octopuses (Enteroctopus dofleini) captured in the western and central Gulf of Alaska in 2010-11.
Life history information is limited for these temperate rockfish species, such as the reproductive biology and growth rates of the female dusky rockfish (Sebastes variabilis) (Pallas, 1814), which is the predominant pelagic rockfish species on the central Gulf of Alaska shelf.
Large percentages of tagged fish also were recovered in the central Gulf of Alaska (30%) and farther westward (18%).
The reference point was chosen in the central Gulf of Alaska at the eastern side of Hinchinbrook Island, (146.08[degrees]W, 60.37[degrees]N).
Mean species richness was generally higher in the central Gulf of Alaska (subregions 2, 3, and 4) than in either the western (subregion 1) or southeastern subregions (subregion 5) (Table 2).
The first area, located in the central Gulf of Alaska, was sampled during October 1998, January 1999, and April 1999 (Table 1) during a cooperative seasonal maturity study conducted by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Alaska Fisheries Science Center (NOAA/AFSC).
They were also collected by longline from waters north of Unalaska Island in the Aleutian Islands in 1996, the central Gulf of Alaska and the northwestern Bering Sea near Russia in 1997, and north of Unalaska Island (Aleutian Islands) and in the eastern and central Gulf of Alaska in 2001.
Likewise, 43 stomach samples collected between 1985 and 1986 in the central Gulf of Alaska contained primarily juveniles (mean FL=25.4 cm; SD=12.4) and had a weak mode of adult-size fish (39-43 cm; Merrick and Calkins, 1996; Calkins and Goodwin (1)).
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