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  Carp in Australia - Agfact   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Carp prefer warm, still waters with silt bottoms, and surveys consistently show that they are more abundant in permanent wetlands and lakes than in the main river channels.
Carp that are too large to be consumed by fish and bird predators are often the only dead fish found on the bed of recently dried-up waterways.
Carp are often found in large numbers in shallow, flooded areas that may act as nursery areas for native fish larvae and juveniles.
www.irysec.vic.edu.au /sci/introduced/carpfact.html   (4202 words)

 Carp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Most carp have a fishy taste and are not considered to be good for eating in North America, although they are popular in restaurants in Japan and Taiwan where the fish are also considered to be signs of good fortune.
Carp is a traditional Christmas Eve dish in the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Germany and Poland.
The risk of Carp infestation consequences impelled a Tasmanian response to a nascent Carp colony in the state to be conducted on such a thorough scale that the example is held as the only successful carp colony eradication.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Carp   (673 words)

 Carp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Carp were released into the wild in Australia on a number of occasions in the 1800s and 1900s but did not become widespread until a release of 'Boolara' strain carp from a fish farm into the Murray River near Mildura in 1964.
Carp may make aquatic habitat less suitable for native fish breeding and survival, but there is little evidence of carp feeding directly on native fish whereas small carp provide a food source for a number of fish and bird species.
Carp are known to damage aquatic plants and increase water turbidity but their impacts on native fish species are not yet clear.
www.affa.gov.au /content/output.cfm?ObjectID=4895611E-6AF1-444B-8FEC2BF6E44EB30B   (1316 words)

 Spring Training For Carp
Carp fishing is gaining momentum in North America, not only from casual anglers who are happy to catch anything that bites, but from hardcore trophy hunters gunning for 30-, 40-, even 50-pound fish.
Small carp in murky water sometimes are easy, particularly in waters with fierce competition for food.
The carp's acute senses of taste, vision, hearing, and feeling, combined with superior longevity makes them one of the wariest fish in freshwater--and one of the most challenging to catch.
www.in-fisherman.com /magazine/articles/if0403_FinallyCarp   (1123 words)

 Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Carp thrive in moderately warm, shallow water of lakes and rivers which contain an abundance of aquatic vegetation.
Carp have a series of small, thin, free-floating bones found about one-third of the way below the muscle surface both above the lateral line, and below the line along the back half of the fish.
Carp can be baked, roasted, broiled, fried, barbecued, poached, smoked, marinated, or used in casseroles, chowders, chilli or quiche.
www.mnr.gov.on.ca /MNR/fishing/carp.html   (1154 words)

 Webcasting Determination
The CARP concluded that the Internet-only rates in the agreement were artificially high and the rates for radio retransmissions were artifically low, a result of RIAA’s strategy to agree to a lower rate for radio retransmissions in order to obtain the higher rate for Internet-only transmissions.
The CARP found that RIAA wanted the high Internet-only transmission rate in order to establish a precedent to present to the CARP in support of the rate for Internet-only transmissions that it had been seeking in negotiations with other parties and that it was seeking in the CARP proceeding.
The CARP agreed that there should be reduced rates for transmissions made by non-CPB, noncommercial stations to reflect their unique funding structure, noting that noncommercial stations depend upon funding from the government, business and viewers whereas commercial broadcasters generate a revenue stream through advertising.
www.copyright.gov /carp/webcasting_rates_final.html   (3005 words)

 Common carp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Common carp or European carp (Cyprinus carpio) is a widespread freshwater fish distantly related to the common goldfish, with which it is capable of interbreeding.
Carp have attributes that allow them to be an invasive species - a species that invades and dominates new ecosystems with serious negative effects to the ecosystem and native fauna.
Carp is also eaten in many parts of the world both when caught in the wild and raised in fisheries.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Common_carp   (532 words)

 Carp, Cyprinus carpio
Three strains of Carp have been introduced to Australia, an ornamental strain near Sydney (1850-60), a Singaporean strain in the Murrumbidgee (1876), and a hybrid "Boolara" strain in Victoria (1961).
The Carp is recognised by its small eyes, thick lips with two barbels at each corner of the mouth, large scales and strongly serrated spines in the dorsal and anal fins.
Carp are reported to grow to over one metre in length, and 60kg in weight.
www.amonline.net.au /fishes/fishfacts/fish/ccarpio.htm   (265 words)

 The White Amur - Triploid Grass Carp - An Aquatic Plant Management Method   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The objective of using grass carp to control aquatic plant growth is to end up with a lake that has about 20 to 40 percent plant cover, not a lake devoid of plants.
In practice in Washington, grass carp often fail to control the plants or all the submersed plants are eliminated from the waterbody.
To prevent stocked grass carp from migrating out of the lake and into streams and rivers, all inlets and outlets to the pond or lake must be screened.
www.ecy.wa.gov /programs/wq/plants/management/aqua024.html   (1573 words)

 PF: Firewall Redundancy with CARP and pfsync
CARP is a secure, free alternative to the Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) and the Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP).
By default, CARP will try to determine which interface to use by looking for a physical interface that is in the same subnet as the ipaddress and mask combination given to the carp(4) interface.
When a CARP host advertises itself on the network, it takes the sum of the demotion counters for each interface group the carp(4) interface belongs to and advertises that value as its demotion value.
www.openbsd.org /faq/pf/carp.html   (1909 words)

 NewsForge | CARP your way to high availability
CARP is an improved version of the Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) standard.
CARP requires that the members of a group be on the same physical subnet.
CARP is native to OpenBSD and has been ported to FreeBSD.
software.newsforge.com /software/04/04/13/1842214.shtml?tid=132&...   (1597 words)

They are often used as a stock fish in privately owned and club owned waters because of their sporting prowess and agility, presenting the captor with a formidable opponent.
Most large Carp have been christened with nicknames by their captors, the most famous of which was Richard Walker's 44lb specimen, Clarissa in 1952.
Generally Carp tend to swim in small groups, two or three fish together; the larger specimens though are often solitary.
www.maggotdrowning.com /fish/carp.htm   (536 words)

 Carp / Fish of the Great Lakes by Wisconsin Sea Grant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
But the carp soon left the farm for the continent's open lakes and streams.
An increase in the commercial harvest of carp could help alleviate these problems, and food scientists have long been trying to develop better ways to process and market these fish.
Its flesh is firm and palatable if it has been grown in clean water, and Lake Michigan carp in years past were harvested and sold commercially in a variety of forms -- as gefilte fish, for example.
www.seagrant.wisc.edu /greatlakesfish/_fcarp1.html   (272 words)

 New York's Unusual Fish-- Part I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Grass carp are one of the largest members of the minnow family, commonly reaching weights in excess of 25 pounds.
Although grass carp are related to both common carp and goldfish, they differ in appearance and feeding habits.
Triploid grass carp are most effective when used in small (less than five acres) weed-choked waters where low numbers of these fish can be stocked.
www.dec.state.ny.us /website/dfwmr/fish/fishspecs/unu1text.html   (2703 words)

 Firewall Failover with pfsync and CARP
CARP hosts respond to ARP requests for the common address with the virtual MAC address, and the CARP advertisements themselves are sent out with this as the source address, which helps switches quickly determine which port the virtual MAC address is currently "at".
CARP has an "arpbalance" feature that allows multiple hosts to share a single IP address simultaneously; in this configuration, there is a virtual MAC address for each host, but only one IP address.
Therefore, in the interface context, such as "pass in on $extif...", $extif would be the physical interface, but in the context of "from $foo" or "to $foo", the carp interface should be used, as it's being meant in the address context.
www.countersiege.com /doc/pfsync-carp   (1625 words)

 FMC | CARP Fact Sheet
A CARP is a panel of three arbitrators from the private sector, appointed and administered by the US Copyright Office and the Library of Congress, which meet for limited times for the purpose of adjusting rates and distributing royalties.
CARPs are typically installed when opposing interests can’t negotiate a workable agreement between themselves.
The CARP carefully considered all the information gathered throughout the process, including the evidence offered by webcasters, broadcasters, and copyright owners for what the appropriate rate and terms should be for the public performance of a sound recording over the Internet.
www.futureofmusic.org /CARPfactsheet.cfm   (2532 words)

A large member of the minnow family, the carp is native to Asia and has spread across Europe where it is esteemed as both a food source and a sport fish.
Carp were first imported to the United States in 1831, and in 1879 carp fingerlings were distributed to 38 states and territories.
Though considered a "rough fish" by Minnesota anglers, the carp is gaining popularity in other parts of the US and is a much-sought-after species in Europe, particularly in the UK where carp fishing is practically a science.
www.cloudnet.com /~edrbsass/carp.htm   (327 words)

 Fish Glossary from Gorton's: Carp-Crayfish
Carp have large scales; their dark gray backs fade into paler sides and pearly bellies.
Buying tips: You may choose from live carp in tanks at the fish market; choose out of tanks that are not overcrowded--the fish should have room to keep active and healthy.
Notes: The mossy, earthy flavor sometimes evident in carp tends to be stronger in the warmer months; carp harvested from November to April will have less of a river-bottom taste.
www.gortons.com /cookbook/gl_ca_cr.php   (2540 words)

 6 - Networking
CARP is a tool to help achieve system redundancy, by having multiple computers creating a single, virtual network interface between them, so that if any machine fails, another can respond instead, and/or allowing a degree of load sharing between systems.
CARP's design does require that the members of a group be on the same physical subnet with a static IP address, although with the introduction of the carpdev directive, there is no more need for IP addresses on the physical interfaces.
CARP by itself does not synchronize data between applications, this has to be done through "alternative channels" such as pfsync(4) (for redundant filtering), manually duplicating data between boxes with rsync, or whatever is appropriate for your application.
www.openbsd.org /faq/faq6.html   (8290 words)

 Carp.nl: Carp Online - Home
Carp ging met ontstressgoeroe Lars Faber op zoek naar een paar rustgevende adviezen.
Carp ging op zoek naar de échte digitale generatiekloof en ondervroeg 400 lezers naar hun multimediagebruik.
Carp helpt een handje om de ideale lunchspot te vinden.
www.carp.nl   (1061 words)

 Korea-Us Aquaculture
Although the carps inhabit a wide range of water environments, the preferred water temperatures for optimal growth are 25~26℃.
The common carp are incredibly hardy and flexible in their preferences for living conditions.
The carp culture in Korea is now greatly reduced for this reason and some farmers culture the carp only in their earthen pond.
www.lib.noaa.gov /korea/main_species/carp.htm   (399 words)

 Carp - perldoc.perl.org
The Carp routines are useful in your own modules because they act like die() or warn(), but with a message which is more likely to be useful to a user of your module.
In the case of cluck, confess, and longmess that context is a summary of every call in the call-stack.
For a shorter message you can use carp, croak or shortmess which report the error as being from where your module was called.
perldoc.perl.org /Carp.html   (588 words)

 U.S. Copyright Office - Licensing and CARP Information
The current CARP system consists of ad hoc arbitration panels that recommend the royalty rates and distribution of royalty fees collected under certain of the statutory licenses and set some of the terms and conditions of some of the statutory licenses.
Each CARP is selected for a particular proceeding (examples: a rate adjustment for the cable statutory license; a distribution of digital audio recording technology funds) and has up to 180 days to deliver its recommendation for the rate adjustment or distribution, as the case may be.
The Act replaced CARP (which itself replaced the CRT in 1993) with a system of three Copyright Royalty Judges (CRJ), who will determine rates and terms for the copyright statutory licenses and make determinations on distribution of statutory license royalties collected by the Copyright Office.
www.copyright.gov /carp   (1883 words)

 Carp - Nevada Ghost Town
Carp is located in the lower Meadow Valley Wash 35 miles south of Caliente.
Carp PO remained to serve rural ranches until July 1, 1974; although it was out of business for nearly a year before it was discontinued.
Little remains except a railroad siding usually occupied by idling trains awaiting passage of a train traveling in the opposite direction on the busy transcontinental route, and the remains of the watering reservoir.
www.ghosttowns.com /states/nv/carp.html   (162 words)

A Missouri carp is now on display in the Missouri Department of Conservation Aquarium located inside the Zoo's Deramus Education Pavilion.
Carp grow rapidly, reaching sexual maturity at age 3.
»» Carp live alone or in small schools of fish.
www.kcmo.org /kc150.nsf/web/carp?opendocument   (128 words)

 Asian Carp Invasion of the Upper Mississippi River System
Silver carp and bighead carp were imported from China in 1973 to improve water quality of aquaculture ponds (initially in Arkansas).
The catch of silver carp increased from two in 1998 to seven in 2000 at Pool 26, and from two in 1998 to 39 in 2000 in the La Grange Reach.
Adverse Effects of Asian Carp Asian carp are becoming abundant and persistent residents of the lower reaches of the UMRS and the Illinois River.
www.umesc.usgs.gov /reports_publications/psrs/psr_2000_05.html   (914 words)

 Japanese Fish Farms Battle Herpes - CBS News
Since October, farm-bred carp in Lake Kasumigaura and Lake Kitaura in eastern Japan have died en masse, threatening the lakes' annual catch.
Although biologists doubt the disease can be transmitted to people who eat infected carp, officials urged retailers to remove carp from their display refrigerators for now.
Carp, known as koi in Japanese, are prized inhabitants of ponds, parks and water gardens.
www.cbsnews.com /stories/2003/11/06/tech/main582273.shtml   (600 words)

 EPA - Big-head Carp, Asian Carp - and the Great Lakes
To prevent the carp from entering the Great Lakes, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. EPA, the State of Illinois, the International Joint Commission, the Great Lakes Fishery Commission, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are working together to install and maintain a permanent electric barrier between the fish and Lake Michigan.
Two species of Asian carp -- the bighead and silver -- were imported by catfish farmers in the 1970's to remove algae and suspended matter out of their ponds.
The carp have steadily made their way northward up the Mississippi, becoming the most abundant species in some areas of the River.
www.epa.gov /glnpo/invasive/asiancarp   (825 words)

 Carp Fishing - North America
I know that to the average American angler fishing for Carp is an anathema, but throughout the rest of the world the Carp receives the respect it deserves as a large hard-fighting game fish.
While throughout the rest of the world, and especially in the U.K. and Europe, the Carp is considered the king of sport fish.
But more importantly, I wanted to give those of you that have never considered the Carp a sport fish, reason to pause and consider that you may be missing some of the most exciting fishing of your life.
www.carpfishing.8k.com   (393 words)

 OpenBSD: Common Address Redundancy Protocol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Some of the functionality it provides is similar to VRRP, although CARP differs in some significant aspects: CARP has been designed to provide greater security and be protocol independent (so we can support both IPv4 and IPv6).
CARP is still under development, and won't be found in the upcoming November release of OpenBSD 3.4 [story].
carp interfaces for the common address which is different from the physical
kerneltrap.org /node/1021   (2339 words)

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