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Current Dependent Dispersal Characteristics of Japanese Glass Eel around Taiwan
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering
Japanese eel larvae are passively transported to the East Asian Continental Shelf by the North Equatorial Current, Kuroshio and Kuroshio intrusion currents, and coastal currents. Previous studies have investigated the dispersal characteristics and pathways of Japanese glass eels. However, there are still limitations in these studies. According to long-term (2010–2020) catch data from the Fisheries Agency in Taiwan, the distribution and time series of glass eels recruitment to Taiwan are closelydoi:10.3390/jmse10010098 fatcat:6xxgwqp63ba2jle5i5emdeamuy