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A comparison of longline and trawl fishing practices and suggestions in the Barents Sea
Премия рунета 2017

A comparison of longline and trawl fishing practices and suggestions in the Barents Sea

A comparison of longline and trawl fishing practices and suggestions for encouraging the sustainable management of fisheries in the Barents Sea

A.A. Grekov, A.A. Pavlenko. A comparison of longline and trawl fishing practices and suggestions for encouraging the sustainable management of fisheries in the Barents Sea, - Moscow-Murmansk, World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF), 52p.

Results of comparison of Russian trawling and long-line bottom fishing practices are presented. Biological, ecological and social-economic aspects are considered. Prospects of development of trawling and longline fishing in the Barents sea are analysed and recommendations about rational use of marine living resources of the Barents sea are made.

Was published — january 2011