Russian Sakhalin and Kuril Islands May Face Salmon Shortage in Years Ahead
Russia may face a shortage of salmon during the next several years, due to climate change and overproduction seen in recent years, according to recent statements from leading local analysts in the field of fishing and state officials.
The biggest decline of salmon catch is expected in the Sakhalin Island, which is a main harvest area for salmon in Russia.
The news was confirmed by recent predictions of the Sakhalin branch of the All-Russian Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography. They say the overall stock of pink...
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