Artículos en la categoría: Factsheets

Harvest Control Rules (2016)

May 31, 2023

Harvest control rules provide more benefits than the traditional approach of conducting stock assessments and then negotiating fishing limits or quotas

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Management Strategy Evaluation for Fisheries (2016)

May 31, 2023

Management strategy evaluation (MSE) is a tool that scientists and managers can use to simulate the workings of a fisheries system and allow them to test whether potential harvest strategies—or management procedures— can achieve pre-agreed management objectives.

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Management Objectives (2016)

May 31, 2023

Tuna regional fisheries management organizations are generally guided by an overarching mandate to maintain populations at or above the level that can produce maximum sustainable yield

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Reference Points (2016)

May 31, 2023

Reference points are the benchmarks that scientists and managers use to compare the current status of a stock or fishery to a desirable (or undesirable) state.

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Case Studies of Harvest Strategies in Global Fisheries (2016)

May 31, 2023

An examination of existing harvest strategies showcases the range of approaches and what success can look like.

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Reference Points & Rules: Managing Fisheries for the Future (2014)

June 6, 2023

International agreements provide principles and guidance for the management of highly migratory fish stocks, including support for reference points-based management. Seventy States and the European Union have ratified the United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement of 1995. The treaty calls on States to take a number of steps, including to “… determine, on the basis of the best scientific information available, stock-specific reference points and the action to be taken if they are exceeded…” Now is the time to put those steps into practice.

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