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Fishery, biology and stock assessment of carangid resources from the Indian seas

@article{Reuben1992FisheryBA,
  title={Fishery, biology and stock assessment of carangid resources from the Indian seas},
  author={S Reuben and H. Mohamad Kasim and S. Sivakami and Parvathi Nair and K. C. Narayana Kurup and M. Sivadas and A Noble and K V Somasekharan Nair and Sadashiv Gopal Raje},
  journal={Indian Journal of Fisheries},
  year={1992},
  volume={39},
  pages={195-234}
}
The estimated landings of carangids in India during 198 1-88 ranged between 37 345 tonnes and 135 529 tonnes, whereas the percentage composition of carangids in the total fish Wigs ranged from 2.7 to 8.1. The overage annual catch and the percentage of carangids in the total marine fish landings were estimated at 74 080 tonnes and 4.5% respectively. Tamil Nadu (17.7%) and Andhra Mesh (8.8%) from east coast and Kerala (34%). KamPtakn (17.6%) and Maharashtra (9.9%) from west coast yielded… 
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