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FISH

An abbreviation for "first in, still here." The term is a tongue-in-cheek reference to the first in, first out accounting method. It refers to a company that keeps its inventory for a long time, often because of poor sales. Ultimately, this may render inventory obsolete. A company dealing with FISH may be in or near financial trouble.
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This was achieved by estimating the percentage of fishable days, using a modelled relationship between mean wind speed and number of sailing vessel fishing from observed wind speeds in the last two seasons.
Fishing in Hackberry Bay in 2012 was limited per model predictions; as a consequence, reef quality was apparently maintained, and the reefs encompassed by the experiment were deemed fishable again for the 2013 season (Table 1).
This is an incorrect definition, according to Ole Arve Misund, director of research at the Institute for Marine Research, who further contends that it isn't species themselves that collapse, but rather fishable stocks of specific species.
The North Western & North Wales Sea Fisheries Committee's Dr Stephen Atkins said there was a small but fishable stock of cockles at Traeth Lafan.
CLF IS PARTNERING WITH THE BLACKSTONE River Coalition on its Fishable Swimmable Campaign to clean up stormwater and industrial pollution.
Fishable biomass is defined as the biomass of all legal-size sea urchins and is simply the subset of the total biomass corresponding to legal-size sea urchins.
The COP articulates a need to set goals, yet it overlooks the tact that a reasonable goal--to have fishable, swimmable waters--was set more than three decades ago, under the Clean Water Act in 1972," says Jackie Savitz, director of Oceana's pollution campaign.
The national park boasts more than 700 miles of fishable trout streams.
Herb Gray, the Canadian Chair of the International Joint Commission (IJC) Canada - USA, provided an overview of the conservation efforts at the IJC and the development of reliable Environmental Indicators that measure progress (or lack thereof) in the effectiveness of making Great Lakes water more drinkable, swimmable, and fishable as in safe to eat.
In April 2001, Senator Kit Bond (R-Missouri) introduced the Fishable Waters Act (S.
The time has come to move forward and live up to the promise of the Clean Water Act by making our waters fishable and swimmable once again.
I recall some rainy years when there were only a handful of fishable days in an entire season.