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Maximov V.,National Institute for Marine Research and Developmen Grigore Antipa | Patras E.,University of Galati | Oprea L.,National Institute for Marine Research and Developmen Grigore Antipa | Zaharia T.,National Institute for Marine Research and Developmen Grigore Antipa | And 2 more authors.
Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology | Year: 2011

The study presents the results of research undertaken in the Romanian Black Sea coastal fishery, from 2000 to 2009. The aim of the paper was mainly to track the biological features of the main fish species of commercial interest, populating the Romanian seaside i-On and hydroclimatic conditions specific to the period under analysis. The paper refers to the structure of different species taken into consideration different variables such as: length and mass classes, age, sex ratio, degree of maturation, establishing the relation length/mass. The species under study were the following: Sprattus sprattus (sprat), Trachurus mediterraneus ponticus (horse mackerel), Engraulis encrasicolus (anchovy), Merlangius merlangus euxinus (whiting), Psetta maxima maeotica (turbot), Neogobius melanostomus (black spotted goby) and Mullus barbatus ponticus (red mullet). Source


Maximov V.,National Institute for Marine Research and Developmen Grigore Antipa | Patras E.,University of Galati | Oprea L.,University of Galati | Zaharia T.,National Institute for Marine Research and Developmen Grigore Antipa | And 2 more authors.
Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology | Year: 2011

The species composition of capture in the Romanian marine sector partially reflects the composition of ichthyofauna as the ratio of fished species is mainly conditioned by 2 factors such as the type of fishing gear and the seasonal conditions for growing and maintaining of agglomerations caught. Research on the ichtyofauna of the Romanian Black Sea sector, undertaken from 1990 to 2009, consisted of tracking the spatial distribution of the key species of commercial value in the shallow and offshore zone as well as both qualitative and quantitative composition of the catch and spread of fish agglomerations. During the reported period, pelagic species (i.e. sprat, anchovy, mackerel, etc.) represented 82-90% of the total catches from the agents of commercial fishing. These catches were mainly made by trawler vessels with a share of 70-80% in the last twenty years. Source

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