Characterization of the Populations of the Main Demersal Commercial Fish Species in the Romanian Black Sea Area
Keywords: Black Sea, Romanian marine waters, catches, turbot, whiting, dogfish, distribution, growth parameters, mortality rates
AbstractRomanian marine fishing of demersal species is a segment of special economic importance, the most valuable species being mainly turbot. In this paper are presented data on the demersal species turbot, whiting and dogfish, related to: Distribution and migration routes; State of exploitation at Black Sea level; The catch dynamics at Romanian littoral; Structure of fish populations on size classes; Growth parameters and mortality rates; Establish environmental health through the descriptor 3 (D3/MSFD); Conclusions and recommendations;
How to Cite
Ţoţoiu, A., Galaţchi, M., Radu, G., & Spînu, A.-D. (2016). Characterization of the Populations of the Main Demersal Commercial Fish Species in the Romanian Black Sea Area. Revista Cercetări Marine - Revue Recherches Marines - Marine Research Journal, 46(1), 109-127. https://doi.org/10.55268/CM.2016.46.109
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