On the Norwegian long-line fishery for cod in Greenland waters
The Norwegian fishery for cod in Greenland waters started in 1924. The fishery has been prosecuted on the offshore banks mainly between Cape Farewell and Disko Island. After World War I the fishery has been of increasing importance. Norwegian fishery investigations in Greenland waters have been carried out only since 1948. Material on the size of cod and the age composition in commercial
catches has been collected during the years 1948—1952.
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