Fishing study reveals scallop fishing impact

Researchers say setting two thresholds would provide a strong incentive for fishermen to disturb as little of the seabed as possible

Sustainable scallop fishing within the Cardigan Bay Special Area of Conservation (SAC) could be possible, thanks to the world’s largest ever fishing impact study led by scientists from Wales’ Bangor University.

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