About the Book by S.A. Kuz'min and E.N. Gudimova, “Introduction of the Kamchatka Red King Crab into the Barents Sea: Specifics of Biology, Fishing Prospects” (Apatity: Kola Science Center RAS, 2002, 236 pp.)

About the Book by S.A. Kuz'min and E.N. Gudimova, “Introduction of the Kamchatka Red King Crab... Russian Journal of Marine Biology, Vol. 29, No. 5, 2003, pp. 337–340. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2003 by Biologiya Morya, Korobkov, Levin. REVIEWS About the Book by S.A. Kuz’min and E.N. Gudimova, “Introduction of the Kamchatka Red King Crab into the Barents Sea: Specifics of Biology, Fishing Prospects” (Apatity: Kola Science Center RAS, 2002, 236 pp.) 1 2 V. A. Korobkov and V. S. Levin Institute of Medico-Technological Research Pacific Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Far East Division, Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok 690 041, Russia The book generalizes the results of one of the great- the purposeful introduction of the Kamchatka red king est applied scientific fishing experiments of the last crab already have a historical rather than practical century. It is based on the dissertation of S.A. Kuz’min value. There is the impression that since 1966 this event completed at the Polar Institute of Fisheries and Ocean- was overlooked almost for three decades, as publica- ography, and on research that was conducted by tions about the settler have practically disappeared E.N. Gudimova at the Murmansk Marine Biological from the scientific literature (the number of references Institute. to the Murmansk Kamchatka crab was as follows: 1–3 in 1960–1965, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Journal of Marine Biology Springer Journals

About the Book by S.A. Kuz'min and E.N. Gudimova, “Introduction of the Kamchatka Red King Crab into the Barents Sea: Specifics of Biology, Fishing Prospects” (Apatity: Kola Science Center RAS, 2002, 236 pp.)

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Life Sciences; Freshwater & Marine Ecology
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Russian Journal of Marine Biology, Vol. 29, No. 5, 2003, pp. 337–340. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2003 by Biologiya Morya, Korobkov, Levin. REVIEWS About the Book by S.A. Kuz’min and E.N. Gudimova, “Introduction of the Kamchatka Red King Crab into the Barents Sea: Specifics of Biology, Fishing Prospects” (Apatity: Kola Science Center RAS, 2002, 236 pp.) 1 2 V. A. Korobkov and V. S. Levin Institute of Medico-Technological Research Pacific Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Far East Division, Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok 690 041, Russia The book generalizes the results of one of the great- the purposeful introduction of the Kamchatka red king est applied scientific fishing experiments of the last crab already have a historical rather than practical century. It is based on the dissertation of S.A. Kuz’min value. There is the impression that since 1966 this event completed at the Polar Institute of Fisheries and Ocean- was overlooked almost for three decades, as publica- ography, and on research that was conducted by tions about the settler have practically disappeared E.N. Gudimova at the Murmansk Marine Biological from the scientific literature (the number of references Institute. to the Murmansk Kamchatka crab was as follows: 1–3 in 1960–1965,

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