Undersøkelser på lodde og torsk i Barentshavet vinteren 1975
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- Fisken og havet (1958- ) 
From 7 January to 15 March a joint investigation on the distribution of capelin and cod was carried out by three vessels. During the first 2/3 of the period the spawning migration of capelin was the main research object, and during the last part observations were made mainly on the distribution, abundance and size composition of cod. The migration of capelin started in the middle of February from an accumulating area northeast of the Skolpen Bank. The main part of the spawning population migrated southwards toward the Murman Coast. After this the influx followed the coast northwest toward the Vardø-Kiberg area where spawning took place during the last 2-3 weeks of March. The spawning population was dominated by the 1972 year-class.
SeriesFisken og havet