feature (id #200):
Roe Herring – Commercial Gillnet
|description||Estimated catch (metric tonnes) for the roe herring commercial fishery by gillnet (1989-2008) shown by open areas.|
|atlas page||view PDF (3.5 MB)
(Find in our 2010 printed atlas on page 149.)
|feature GIS data||download ZIP of shapefiles (0.9 MB)|
|Marxan metadata||view online|
|Marxan-ready data||download ZIP of shapefiles (0.1 MB)|
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for data layers: Gillnet catchpoints; Herring openings (separate files by year for 1989-2008)
custodian — Fisheries and Oceans Canada
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