Pollack (Pollachius pollachius): Acquisition of biologic data in a breeding purpose

Type Proceedings paper
Date 2002
Language English
Author(s) Buchet VincentORCID1, Suquet Marc1, Omnes Marie-HeleneORCID1, Petton Bruno1, Normant Yvon1, Severe Armelle1, Quemener Loic1, Barone Herve1, Fauvel Christian2, Gaignon Jean-Louis1
Affiliation(s) 1 : Ifremer, BP 70, 29280 Plouzané, France
2 : Ifremer, route de Maguelone, 34250 Palavas-les-flots, France
Meeting Seafarming Today and Tomorrow, Proceedings of Aquaculture Europe 2002, Trieste, Italy, October 16–19, 2002
Source Special Publication EAS - Seafarming Today and Tomorrow, Proceedings of Aquaculture Europe 2002, Trieste, Italy, October 16–19, 2002. Vol.32 pp. 165-166
Abstract The fishing of pollack which concerns essentially, France, United Kingdom and Norway, and at a lower level Ireland and Denmark, is situated between 10 and 15000 tons a year. In 1996, France was the first producer of Pollack. Since 1980, a decrease of production is observed in Europe. In France, landing reached 3000t. in 1998 (Suquet, 2001). However, the demand remaining strong, aquaculture could be a solution to satisfy the deficit between the French production and the domestic demand.
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Buchet Vincent, Suquet Marc, Omnes Marie-Helene, Petton Bruno, Normant Yvon, Severe Armelle, Quemener Loic, Barone Herve, Fauvel Christian, Gaignon Jean-Louis (2002). Pollack (Pollachius pollachius): Acquisition of biologic data in a breeding purpose. Special Publication EAS - Seafarming Today and Tomorrow, Proceedings of Aquaculture Europe 2002, Trieste, Italy, October 16–19, 2002. Vol.32 pp. 165-166. https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00170/28144/