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X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy as a Tool for Fish Stock Discrimination

  • R. Kieser (a1) and T. J. Mulligan (a1)

Abstract

X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy is being used to measure the elemental composition of fish tissues. The elemental data are then subjected to pattern recognition procedures in an attempt to discriminate fish stocks.

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