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Long-term recording of some fish diseases using general fishery research surveys in the south-east part of the North Sea
Van Banning, P. (1987). Long-term recording of some fish diseases using general fishery research surveys in the south-east part of the North Sea. Dis. Aquat. Org. 3: 1-11
In: Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. Inter Research: Oldendorf/Luhe. ISSN 0177-5103, more
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Abstract
    Long-term (1981-1985) results of recording several diseases of dab, plaice and cod are presented for the south-east area of the North Sea. The occurrence of each disease is geographically plotted, and observed average and maximum prevalence levels are given and d~scussed. Results underline that diseases in marine wild fish stocks can differ strongly per fish species, area and season. Fish disease recording in standard stockassessment surveys can be considered potentially useful and largely agrees with prevalence levels observed during special fish disease surveys in the same area.

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