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Small invaders conquer our waters
This article was featured in EUROFISH Magazine 1 / 2021.
Almost half a dozen goby species originating from brackish water areas of the Black, Azov and Caspian Seas are spreading almost explosively in Central and Eastern Europe. The round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) has been particularly successful, even making it to North America’s Great Lakes. Such neozoa, which are difﬁcult to contain, are a risk to regional ecosystems.
Eurofish Magazine issue 1 2021 features the fisheries and aquaculture sectors in Estonia, Norway and Ukraine. The Species section looks at the invasive gobies species.
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January / February 2021 EUROFISH Magazine 1
Country profile: Estonia, Norway, Ukraine
Aquaculture: Algae off er promising solutions to many challenges
Species: Uninvited guests: Invasion of the gobies - Small invaders conquer our waters
Environment: A small sea with big problems - Fishing in the Baltic Sea faces an uncertain future
Guest pages: Renate Larsen - The Norwegian Seafood Council celebrates its 50th anniversary - Boosting global demand for Norwegian seafood