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Distribution of Water Temperature and Common Squid Todarodes pacificus Paralavae around Korean Waters in 2013, 2014
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Distribution of Water Temperature and Common Squid Todarodes pacificus Paralavae around Korean Waters in 2013, 2014
Kim, Yoon-Ha; Lee, Chung Il;
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 Abstract
Field observation for oceanic conditions and paralarvae of the common squid, Todarodes pacificus in Korean waters were sampled with the Bongo net (diameter: 60 cm, mesh size: ) by using oblique tow method with the oceanographic research vessel (Tamgu 12 and Tamgu 20) around Korean waters (middle of the Yellow Sea, northern part of the East China Sea, East Sea) in 2013 and 2014 was carried out. The observation in the Yellow Sea and the northern part of the East China Sea was done in August, 2013 and in the East Sea it was repeated at seven times from June, 2013 to September, 2014. The paralarvae in August of 2013 was not found in the Yellow Sea and one paralarvae was found in the northern part of the East China Sea. In the East Sea, 39 paralarvae during whole observation period were found, mantle length of paralarvae was from 1.7 to 13.5 mm. Surface water temperature in the Yellow Sea was , and cold water mass lower than was occupied in the deep layer than 30 m. In the northern part of the East China Sea, surface water temperature was , and higher water temperature above was found in deeper than 50 m. In the East Sea, optimum temperature for survival, , was existed shallower than 75 m.
 Keywords
Todarodes pacifiucs paralavae;Common squid;Spawning ground;East China Sea;East Sea;
 Language
Korean
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