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In addition, each angler is sent a certificate of participation, stating when and where the fish was originally tagged. Fish are tagged to get answers to a wide variety of questions concerning their abundance and behavior. In the HRF program, most striped bass are between 7 and 12 inches when tagged. The tag is placed into a small incision made in the area of the fish's belly.
Much has been learned about the migrational patterns of Hudson River striped bass through this program. Tagged striped bass are released at several sites located in the lower Hudson River and New York Harbor. Each winter from November to April approximately 10,000 - 25,000 striped bass are tagged in the Hudson River. The wound is treated with a disinfectant and the fish is quickly placed back into the river. HRF does not have a tagging kit for recreational anglers.
They used pottery and other materials in sites to date 'relatively'.
They thought that sites which had the same kinds of pots and tools would be the same age.
Anglers who catch these tagged fish cut off the tags and send them to HRF.
In return, HRF will send them a or check and a questionnaire.
In Nyerup's time, archaeologists could date the past only by using recorded histories, which in Europe were based mainly on the Egyptian calendar.
00 - Dorothea Spano, Pleasant Valley, NY 00 - Bob Sullivan, Huntington, NY 0 - Kyle Glencross, Bedford, NH 0 - Dan Smart, Naples, ME 0 - Richard Ferland, Barrington, RI 0 - Captain Matt Gifford, East Norwalk, CT 0 - Howard Leemann, Bogota, NJ 0 - Eugene O'Neill, Oak Ridge, NJ The Striped Bass Tag Recovery Program was set up in 1984 under an agreement among regulators, environmentalists and Hudson River electrical utility companies.
As part of this agreement, the utilities conduct biological monitoring of Hudson River fish stocks, including striped bass.
I have tried here to answer some of the frequently asked questions that I receive from students via email, as well as providing some basic information about scientific dating methods.
"Everything which has come down to us from heathendom is wrapped in a thick fog; it belongs to a space of time we cannot measure.