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Record number 408138
Title Review of Ruegen herring larvae survey project 2011
Author(s) Dickey-Collas, M.; Nash, R.D.M.
Source IJmuiden : IMARES (Report / Wageningen IMARES C069/11) - 11
Department(s) Visserij
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) larven - haringen - plankton - karteringen - duitsland - larvae - herrings - plankton - surveys - germany
Categories Aquaculture and Fisheries (General)
Abstract At the request of the Johann Heinrich von Thünen Institut (vTI), IOR Rostock, a return review of the German Rügen herring larval survey (RHLS) project took place on the 24th to 26th January 2011, following on from a similar review in November 2006. Mark Dickey-Collas (Wageningen IMARES) and Richard D.M. Nash (IMR, Norway) lead the review. This report represents the opinions of these two external reviewers. The current aim of the programme is to maintain and develop the time series of ichthyoplankton surveys in the spring and summer in the Greifswalder Bodden and stimulate spin off research. The review was designed to address the role of the survey in the framework of providing both management advice and research outputs. The external reviewers were given documents on the current survey. They also viewed presentations from research students and staff on their work and the proposed direction of the programme. The review included a “brainstorming” session on future research and potential gaps in the project.
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