Report of the North Sea Young Herring Working Group
At the meeting of the Herring Committee in October 1959 a recommendation was passed that "in furthering the co-ordination of, and progress in, herring larval and recruitment studies, conjoint programmes of work should be drawn up by herring scientists of Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, England and Scotland, and that, as part of this programme, interested countries should undertake conjoint research vessel trawling surveys in spring and autumn respectively'. Arising from this recommendation an ad hoc working group, consisting of the representatives of these five countries, met in Copenhagen and drew up plans for implementing it.
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