Virginia Institute of Marine Science
BIVAR SA initiated exploratory fishing on a Patagonian scallop bed off the coast of Uruguayo Preliminary indications are that a fishery can be developed, initially on the scale of two to four small vessels. Careful monitoring of the fishery while it being conducted, as well as additional explorations, will determine the lity of the need for a for the The economics to be the The meat count of the scallops produced in may range somewhere between 185-222/kg (85-100/lb.) if small scallops and pieces are removed.
Prepared for BIVAR S.A.
Dupaul, W. D., & Smolowitz, R. J. (1992) A Report on the Field Investigation into Commercial Potential of the Patagonian Scallop, Chlamys Sp. off Uruguay. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary. https://doi.org/10.25773/8bfg-1980