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Estimation of potential fishery yield for Corbicula japonica in the Seomjin River, Korea
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  • Journal title : The Korean Journal of Malacology
  • Volume 28, Issue 2,  2012, pp.91-99
  • Publisher : The Malacological Society of Korea
  • DOI : 10.9710/kjm.2012.28.2.091
 Title & Authors
Estimation of potential fishery yield for Corbicula japonica in the Seomjin River, Korea
Lee, Jae Bong; Shin, Young Jae; Lee, Jong Hee; Choi, Young Min; Lee, Dong Woo; Cha, Hyung Kee;
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 Abstract
Corbicula japonica, belonging to Other Veneroida Family Corbiculidae, was distributed in the freshwater and brackish rivers, where was a sandy and shallow depth. Catch of C. japonica in the Seomjin River occupied at a large portion of the catch in Kyungnam Province, which was about 30% of total catch in Korea. C. japonica has little studied on biomass, scientific resources assessment and management, because of inaccurate catch report data in the Seojin River. In this study, we conducted scientific and systematic approaches under data limited situation with application of the potential fishery yield system for sustainable fisheries resources management. Estimation system of the potential fishery yield was consisted of 5 tier system. We have used to tier 1 and 2 which were demanded higher level of information than the other tiers. The potential fishery yields were estimated 77.66ton for tier 1 using commercial fishery-dependent data, and 129.82ton for tier 2 with fishery-independent survey data.
 Keywords
Corbicula japonica;Seomjin River;Potential Fishery Yield;Tier system;
 Language
Korean
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