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Abstract

Aquaculture in the Soviet Far East is completely different from that taking place in European Russia. The area itself is extremely broad, extending from east to west for about 7500 km (5000 mi). Although there are a number of large modern cities (Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Irkutsk, etc.), the population density as a whole is low—probably comparable to that of the state of Alaska. However, the climate is the factor that has discouraged the development of pond culture in Siberia and the Soviet Far East. The winters are severe and, except for the Sakhalin and Primora regions, the ponds are covered with ice for 4 to 6 months of the year and the growing season is short.

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Chum Salmon Coho Salmon Sockeye Salmon Pink Salmon Pacific Salmon 
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