Work around the Baltic and Adriatic sea


Fishing in Baltic sea
Fish is an integral part of the Baltic Sea ecosystem. From time immemorial, people have caught fish for food. In many countries, fishing and the fisheries industry is commercially significant and fish is a significant source of protein.

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Fishing

In Adriatic sea
It 's the most productive sea of the Mediterranean. Nets are used on trawlers. The muddy and sandy bottoms allow for the catching of sole and various mollusks. In the southern basin bluefish is caught and seasonal tuna fishing is practiced. Squid and snails are caught in small fishing nets, pots and baskets. Blue fish, anchovies and clupeidae are important resources in the northern Adriatic. In the southern Adriatic hake is fished. Shrimp is found in the central and southern Adriatic. Squid, octopus and mantis are found in the northern basin.
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Oil in Baltic sea

Although the Baltic countries are not significant energy consumers or producers, they serve as a major Russian oil transit. The largest part of Russian oil transit goes piping system connected to the three Baltic sea ports: in Latvia, Lithuania and Russia.
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The oil platforms in Italy
There are ten platforms offshore drilling for oil but also gas and metals, according to the Italian seas. The main mining platforms are located in the Strait of Sicily and the Adriatic, and one is in the Ionian Sea, in front of Crotone. Furthermore it’s important to know that the quality of oil found in the Adriatic is very low.

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Tourism in Baltic sea
Currently, tourism is on the east coast of the Baltic Sea is largely rest on beaches. The most popular resorts of Jurmala, Palanga and Pärnu, annually attracts thousands of tourists.
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Tourism in Adriatic sea
The numerous resort towns along the coast offer jobs to many people and good health to the people who stay there.

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