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Data availability for the evaluation of stock status of species without catch advice: Case study: turbot (Psetta maxima) and Brill (Scophthalmus rhombus)

Hammen, van der, T.; Poos, J.J.; Quirijns, F.J.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2011
  • Publisher: IMARES
  • Country: Netherlands
Several commercially important demersal fish stocks for the North Sea fisheries are classified as “category 11” in the light of the EU policy paper on fisheries management (17 May 2010, COM(2010) 241). For stocks in this category, there is no STECF (Scientific, technical and economic committee for fisheries ) management advice, due to the unknown status of the stocks. The reason for this is that the data and information available to perform analytical stock assessments are highly uncertain or lacking. This document describes existing data and options for collecting new data for the evaluation of the state of category 11 stocks. We focus on turbot and brill in th...
free text keywords: visstand, tarbot, scophthalmus rhombus, gegevensanalyse, gegevens verzamelen, noordzee, Visbestanden en visserijbeheer, fish stocks, turbot, scophthalmus rhombus, data analysis, data collection, north sea, Fishery Resources and Management
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