Shellfish Stocks and Fisheries Review 2011: An assessment of selected stocks
PublisherMarine Institute and Bord Iascaigh Mhara
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AbstractThis review presents information on the status of selected shellfish stocks in Ireland. In addition data on the fleet (<13m) and landings for all species of shellfish (excluding Nephrops) are presented. The intention of the annual reviews is to present stock assessment and scientific advice for shellfisheries which may be subject to new management proposals or where scientific advice is required in relation to assessing the environmental impact of shellfisheries especially in conservation areas designated under European Directives.
CitationMarine Institute & Bord Iascaigh Mhara, "Shellfish Stocks and Fisheries Review 2011: An assessment of selected stocks", Marine Institute and Bord Iascaigh Mhara 2012
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