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Title: An Inventory of Irish Herring Spawning Grounds
Authors: O’Sullivan, D.
O’Keefe, E.
Berry, A.
Tully, O.
Clarke, M.
Keywords: Herring
Clupea harengus
spawning grounds
larval drift modelling
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Marine Institute
Citation: O’Sullivan, D., O’Keefe, E., Berry, A., Tully, O., and Clarke, M. (2013). An Inventory of Irish Herring Spawning Grounds. Irish Fisheries Bulletin No. 42: Marine Institute
Series/Report no.: Irish Fisheries Bulletin;42
Abstract: Herring, an important commercial and forage species in Irish waters, are benthic spawners and specifically rely on gravel and/or rock on which to lay their eggs. The present study collates information from both the fishing industry and seabed surveys (INFOMAR) to produce a detailed inventory of individual herring spawning beds, grounds and areas around the coast of the Republic of Ireland.
ISSN: 1649 5055
Appears in Collections:Irish Fisheries Bulletin

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