Sea bass stay close to Cork shores, The Irish World
April 17th, 2017 | by Myles Kelly
Researchers tracking fish in Irish waters have discovered behavioural patterns which could save the country substantial sums of money. A collaboration between NUI Galway, UCC and Cork Harbour Angling Hub examining the movements of sea bass in the south of Ireland shows that few fish left the region during the regular season and many returned following their winter migration. These findings could contribute towards halting the declining numbers of sea bass – an industry which is worth £60 million (€70 million) to the Irish economy…
The Irish World, 12/04/17. Read the full article ‘Sea bass stay close to Cork shores‘.
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