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Boatto, V., Galletto, L., Orel, G., Pellizzato, M., Rossetto, L., & Sfriso, A., et al. (2002). Evaluation of alternative scenarios for alieutic resources management in the lagoon of venice. Scientific Research and Safeguarding of Venice, Corila Research Program 2001 Results, I, 69–84. 
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Tipo di Risorsa: Articolo di Rivista
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Categorie: General
Keywords: economia e aspetti sociali - Economics, extend abstract corila, pesca
Creatori: Boatto, Galletto, Orel, Pellizzato, Rossetto, Sfriso, Silvestri, Zentilin
Collezione: Scientific Research and Safeguarding of Venice, Corila Research Program 2001 Results
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Abstract     
In the last years the fish industry in the lagoon of Venice has shown a gradual decline, which has been characterized either by the reduction in the number of fish belonging to typical Lagoon species (Fig. 1), or by the transition from multiple fishing methods to an activity which is based mostly on one species the bivalve Tapes philippinarum. The high spreading of this bivalve and its easy earnings are factors which have boosted its capture, at first realized by manual systems, which have been later refined in order to obtain higher yields. The mechanical impact of these tools (hydraulic dredge, vibrating rake, and “rusche”) has had remarkable consequences on the environment: changes in the lagoon bottom morphology and composition, by modifying the texture and the webbing, suspending of remarkable sediment amounts, making the water turbid and, consequently, hindering the development of the plant population
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