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On Sakhalin set a record for catching aquatic bioresources
According to the Sakhalin Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography, in 2014 the record for catching aquatic bioresources has been set on Sakhalin: all extracted 590 thousand tons, excluding catch of Pacific salmon, which is the highest indicator for the entire post-Soviet period.
Growth is provided to the greatest extent by terpug (2,5 thousand tons), scallops (4 thousand tons), macrus (5 thousand tons), pollock (7 thousand tons), squid (7 thousand tons) and saury (17 thousand tons).
Reduction in production is observed in the catch of crab-snow crab (0,2 thousand tons), sea bass (0,5 thousand tons) and navaga (0,6 thousand tons).