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Ecological Meltdown in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland: Two Centuries of Change in a Coastal Marine Ecosystem

Figure 15

Relative proportions of species landed in the Clyde from 1985 to 2008.

Nephrops now dominate landings, and landings of other invertebrates have increased. The proportion of finfish has declined from nearly two-thirds of landings in 1985 to just 2% in 2008. Data from the Scottish Government.

Figure 15