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During the last 500 years large numbers of herring have occasionally appeared in winter along the Swedish Skagerrak coast. These “Bohuslän” herring periods, sometimes lasting for several decades, were probably caused by a temporary shift of the over-wintering grounds of North Sea herring. In...
During the BMB/ICES Workshop on “Fish Diseases and Parasites in the Baltic Sea”, 25 November to 8 December 1994, samples of herring Clupea harengus and sprat Sprattus sprattus taken along a transect from the southwestern to the northeastern Baltic Sea were examined externally for the presence...
During the 1994 BMB/ICES Sea-going Workshop “Fish Diseases and Parasites in the Baltic Sea”, the prevalences of skin ulcers, pseudobranchial swellings (X-cell disease), skeletal deformities, and the parasites Cryptocotyle lingua and Lernaeocera branchialis were recorded in cod in 11 areas...
The fishing mortality which results in stock collapse is difficult to ascertain. As a proxy, an estimate of the fishing mortality where the equilibrium spawning stock is zero has been defined previously as the replacement line which corresponds to the lowest observed spawning stock. A number of...
In connection with the BMB/ICES Sea-going Workshop “Fish Diseases and Parasites in the Baltic Sea”, 200 specimens of flounder Platichthys flesus from eight stations (25 from each) distributed from the southwestern (Mecklenburg Bight) to the northeastern Baltic Sea (Gulf of Finland) were...
Traditional scientific echosounders operate at discrete frequencies ranging from 38 to 420 kHz. We investigated the applicability and accuracy of length-based population estimates using commercially available acoustic frequencies and the inverse approach under ideal conditions. The inverse...
The age/length relationship in Baltic flounder ( Platichthys flesus ) was investigated by sex, based on otolith readings of 2925 individuals sampled from 11 stations along a transect from the Mecklenburg Bight to the Gulf of Finland in autumn 1994. A significant decrease in length at age was...
General information on the rationale and objectives of the BMB/ICES Sea-going Workshop “Fish Diseases and Parasites in the Baltic Sea” (25 November to 8 December 1994), as well as cruise and methodological information, is presented as an introduction to a set of eight contributions that...
Grossly visible hepatic nodular lesions in 34 flounder collected during the BMB/ICES Sea-going Workshop “Fish Diseases and Parasites in the Baltic Sea”, 25 November to 8 December, 1994, are described histopathologically. Foci of cellular alteration were recorded only in three fish from the...
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