Some data on the distribution and migrations of Polar cod in the seas of the Soviet Arctic
Polar cod Boreogadus saida (Lepechin) is abundant in the seas of the Soviet Arctic. The first scientists to study its ecology were the Soviet investigators S.S. Klumov, B.P Manteufel and T.S Rass. Observations by Klumov (1937) indicated Polar cod to be of great importance in the food chains of the Arctic Seas.
Part of the Symposium on the ecology of pelagic fish species in arctic waters and adjacent seas.