Potential of Artificial Reefs for Enhancement of Fisheries Resources - Case Study from Japan
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The study detail the functions of nurtured bait creatures around shell covered stock enhancement structures in shallow waters of Seto inland sea. In addition it shows the correlation between bait creatures and aggregation of fish. Moreover, the result of a stock assessment study conducted on an artificial reef set in relatively deeper waters of Yamagata prefecture is also presented.
Ito, Y., & Terashima, H. (2005). Potential of artificial reefs for enhancement of fisheries resources - Case study from Japan. In Proceedings of the 2nd Regional Workshop on Enhancing Coastal Resources: Artificial Reefs in Southeast Asia, 9-12 November, 2004, Thailand (pp. 145-158). Samut Prakan, Thailand: Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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