Dynamics of the resources of commercial gastropod species, family Buccinidae (B. bayani bayani, B. verkruzeni, N. bulbacea, N. constricta, N. lyrata lyrata, and N. polycostata), in Peter the Great Bay were analyzed based on the results of trawl surveys in 1998–2008. The overall buccinid biomass was shown to have increased since 2004, after pot fishing for gastropods was ceased. However, some structural changes in the proportions of buccinid species in Peter the Great Bay were recorded during that period.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 12, 2010
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