Seabed conditions key to survival of juvenile fish

The study analysed factors which could be affecting cod from recovering, including the biodiversity of the seabed

A new study led by the University of Glasgow, which examines diminishing stocks of cod, whiting and haddock, says that the biodiversity of the seabed is key to the survival of juveniles.

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