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The history, present condition, and future of the molluscan fisheries of Croatia


Benović, Adam
The history, present condition, and future of the molluscan fisheries of Croatia // The history, present condition, and future of the molluscan fisheries of North and Central America and Europe / C.L.MacKenzie, Jr, V.G.Burrel, Jr, A.Rosenfield, and W.L.Hobar (ur.).
Seattle, Washington, USA: U.S. Department of Commerce, 1997. str. 217-226


Naslov
The history, present condition, and future of the molluscan fisheries of Croatia

Autori
Benović, Adam

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, stručni

Knjiga
The history, present condition, and future of the molluscan fisheries of North and Central America and Europe

Urednik/ci
C.L.MacKenzie, Jr, V.G.Burrel, Jr, A.Rosenfield, and W.L.Hobar

Izdavač
U.S. Department of Commerce

Grad
Seattle, Washington, USA

Godina
1997

Raspon stranica
217-226

ISBN
0892-8908

Ključne riječi
shellfish, Adriatic Sea, Croatia

Sažetak
Within the last 100 years, in Croatia were more than 30 sites where shellfish were cultivated. Due to various reasons, most of the sites were abandoned. During the last 30 years, only two of them (Limski Bay, Bay of Mali Ston) kept up production permanently and other two were activated a few years ago (Zadar, Šibenik). Though the cultivation of oysters, and to a certain extent mussel, has a long tradition in the northern and southern parts of the Croatian coast, the local population always regularly used for food about 16 species of molluscs. Among them, at local fish markets, is mainly oyster (Ostrea edulis), mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis), European date mussel (Litophaga litophaga), Noah's Arch (Arca Noae), Bearded horse mussel (Modiolus barbatus) and Banded murex (Phyllonotus trunculus). Mytilus galloprovincialis during the last 20 years became the most productive mollusc in Croatia. Production of mussels is close to 3000 t/y and production of oysters is close to 2,000,000 pieces (1990). Owing to the political and social changes in Croatia there are three important issues for the future of the mollusc fishery. Firsts are the legal aspects and necessities to adjust legal aspects in favor of mollusc cultivation. Seconds are needs to reinforce research for the potentiality of aquaculture, including molluscs, and to protect designated areas for future investments into aquaculture projects. Third is maintaining the present quality of the sea environment and preventing future pollution. Rough estimation of the future of mollusc production is about 20,000 t/y in the next 10 years. Prerequisites are new management, research, efficient pollution control and a European market.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Biologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
00010203

Ustanove
Institut za oceanografiju i ribarstvo, Split

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Benović, Adam
The history, present condition, and future of the molluscan fisheries of Croatia // The history, present condition, and future of the molluscan fisheries of North and Central America and Europe / C.L.MacKenzie, Jr, V.G.Burrel, Jr, A.Rosenfield, and W.L.Hobar (ur.).
Seattle, Washington, USA: U.S. Department of Commerce, 1997. str. 217-226
Benović, A. (1997) The history, present condition, and future of the molluscan fisheries of Croatia. U: C.L.MacKenzie, Jr, V.G.Burrel, Jr, A.Rosenfield, and W.L.Hobar (ur.) The history, present condition, and future of the molluscan fisheries of North and Central America and Europe. Seattle, Washington, USA, U.S. Department of Commerce, str. 217-226.
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