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In 2014, SakhNIRO released more than 1 million scallop fry to the Aniva Bay and the Busse Lagoon

In 2014, SakhNIRO has successfully produced more than 1,1 million copies of juveniles from the seaside scallop in the Aniva Bay and the Busse lagoon. The purpose of these works is to restore the resources of the seaside scallop in the Gulf of Aniva to the historic maximum of biomass, SakhalinMedia reports, referring to the press service of the institute.

The whole complex of works by SakhNIRO employees was carried out according to the Program for artificial reproduction of the sea (seaside) scallop, approved by the Federal Agency for Fisheries. This stage of work has become final since the beginning of this year.

The release of juveniles into the natural habitat was carried out on the prepared sections of the bottom with favorable hydrological conditions under the supervision of the Interdepartmental Commission headed by specialists from the Sakhalin-Kuril Territorial Administration of the Federal Fishery Agency within the framework of the approved measures.

In 2015, the work on artificial reproduction of the seaside scallops will be continued.

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