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"SakhNIRO" corrected the values of general catch catches for 2014-2015 year
On April 28, at SakhNIRO (Sakhalin Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography), public hearings were held on the issue of generally acceptable catches (TAC) for 2015 and adjusting the TAC for 2014.
As it is believed in Sakhalin, every second fisherman is a specialist in the fishing industry. However, as noted by the director of the institute, Alexander Buslov, "last year there were even fewer people at the hearings - only five people, including the press." This year, counting the press, there were about ten people. But, be that as it may, such hearings are determined by law, and therefore must pass.
Their essence was that scientists, based on their research, make conclusions about the possible extraction of certain types of aquatic biological resources. And the conclusions, by the way, are quite interesting.
For example, that stocks of sea cucumber in the South Kuril subarea have generally recovered, and now those who wish can extract 80 tons - 5 percent of the total biomass of sea cucumber.
And the cod cod in the West Sakhalin subzone has been increased 5 times this year. True, wanting to catch her there a little.
But there are amateurs for shrimp. For northern and comb shrimp, the TAC is increased, since the population is not bad. For example, according to scientists, northern shrimp can be mined in the Tatar Strait of 1,5 thousand tons. This is on our part of the strait. The mainland - as much.
But, there are also populations that are depressed due to overfishing. These are, in particular, crabs - Kamchatka and hairy, almost everywhere, and opilio in the West Sakhalin subarea.
In addition, the blue-bore halibut is in depression in the South Kuril Islands, but its brother, the white-bark halibut, is doing well in the Terpeniya Bay.
The number of pollock, cod, ram on the Northern Kuriles is increasing, and the flounder there in general began to walk in shoals ...
In general, as the deputy director of SakhNIRO for science, Alexander Zolotov, who was the speaker on the topic, noted, the situation with the state of the aquatic biological resources of the region is generally normal, but “in our forecasts we take into account that fishing is carried out only in compliance with all rules and regulations ".There were no comments, suggestions or questions (excluding the press) on the topic of the report at the public hearings.