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Indirect mortality caused to juveniles of Spisula solida due to deck exposure

  • M.B. Gaspar (a1) and C.C. Monteiro (a1)

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An experiment was carried out to estimate the rate of indirect fishing mortality on juvenile Spisula solida due to the exposure time on deck. Samples were collected using a dredge from a site off Vilamoura, south coast of Portugal, during July 1994. Length of deck exposure is directly related to mortality of juveniles. It was estimated a fishing mortality rate of 0.00335 per min, due to length of exposure.

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Indirect mortality caused to juveniles of Spisula solida due to deck exposure

  • M.B. Gaspar (a1) and C.C. Monteiro (a1)

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