Caption: Ruta Vanagaite's autobiographical book Chicken with the Head of a Baltic Herring
(Vista Strimeles Galva) is to be annihilated.
At the present time the age of the Baltic herring
in the coastal waters of Estonia is mostly 2-4 years.
Variation in fat content and fatty-acid composition of the Baltic herring
Clupea harengus membras.
In the coastal group, Baltic herring
or salmon was the primary fish species being consumed by 10 subjects, but no subjects in the Kuusankoski group chose these species as the primary species.
Influence of temperature, salinity, and reproductive mixing of Baltic herring
groups on its embryonal development.
, sampled from Peimari-Pemarn in the Finnish Archipelago Sea ([Angstrom]-AS), Tvarminne area at the Finnish SW coast of the Gulf of Finland (H-Tva), and Vaike Vain Strait at the western Estonian coast (VV);
The Council limited reductions for the Eastern Baltic herring
stock to 27% (instead of 33%), apart from the Gulf of Bothnia, and to 16% in the Gulf of Riga (instead of 21%), but the Commission had to accept the status quo on Gulf of Finland salmon instead of the 29% reduction proposed, as well as a 51% reduction (instead of 79%) for the stock in the main basin.
The EU Agriculture and Fisheries Council will increase the cod-fishing quota for Estonia in the Baltic sea while reducing the Baltic herring
and sprat quota, reports LETA.
The modification concerns three kinds of fish: salmon from the Baltic Sea, big Baltic herring
and predatory fish from lakes.
Juvenile Baltic herring
exhibited a similar functional response to greater food densities (Arrhenius and Hansson, 1999).
Though both groups exhibited identical baseline values for the different factors, those fed Baltic herring
quickly distinguished themselves once the study began.
Studies on Baltic herring
started already in the late 19th century, when on the basis of morphometric and meristic characters, two races--spring and autumn spawners--were distinguished (Heincke, 1898).