Using commercial and survey data to infer real-time fish distribution in the North Sea at high resolution: Fishing Industry Science Alliance (FISA Project 01/15)

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Abstract

The EU Landings Obligation has focussed attention on the urgent need to develop effective strategies for reducing the catch of unwanted species or sizes of fish. Real-time reporting is the term used for the rapid collation, analysis and dissemination of bycatch data so as to enable skippers to improve the match between catch composition and available quota. Informed by experience with bycatch reduction in US fisheries, this report (FISA 01/15) considers how real-time reporting could be used in Scotland and outlines a workplan for developing this capacity
Original languageEnglish
PublisherMarine Scotland Science
Number of pages74
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Publication series

NameScottish Marine and Freshwater Science
No.10
Volume8

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