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Fisheries — dictionary. Aardward. 2004.
Fisheries — dictionary. Aardward. 2004.
lengthfrequency distribution — the number of individuals encountered in each length interval … Dictionary of ichthyology
size frequency distribution — length frequency distribution (the number of individuals encountered in each length interval) … Dictionary of ichthyology
Frequency — For other uses, see Frequency (disambiguation). Three cyclically flashing lights, from lowest frequency (top) to highest frequency (bottom). f is the frequency in hertz (Hz), meaning the number of cycles per second. T is the period in seconds (s) … Wikipedia
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Frequency (producer) — Frequency Background information Birth name Bryan Fryzel Born January 4, 1983 … Wikipedia
sizefrequency — See length frequency distribution … Fisheries — dictionary
Cumulative frequency analysis — is the applcation of estimation theory to exceedance probability (or equivalently to its complement). The complement, the non exceedance probability concerns the frequency of occurrence of values of a phenomenon staying below a reference value.… … Wikipedia
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