Publications scientifiques sur les stratégies de pêche


L’utilisation de stratégies de pêche a été longuement étudiée par des scientifiques du monde entier qui cherchent à comprendre comment appliquer au mieux ce type de gestion pour les différentes espèces. En effet, chacune présente ses propres caractéristiques biologiques et est associée à des conditions environnementales précises. Le processus d’élaboration de ce type de politique varie selon les organisations, et ces études se penchent sur ces différents processus pour mettre en évidence et recommander les bonnes pratiques à la fois pour l’évaluation des stratégies de gestion (ESG) et l’élaboration de stratégies de pêche.


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Scott F, N Yao, RD Scott. 2022. AMPLE: An R package for capacity building on fisheries harvest strategies. PLoS ONE. 17: 1-14

Glen Holmes and Shana Miller. 2021. Harvest strategies and allocation – A chicken and egg scenario? Marine Policy 135:104871.

Tobias K. Mildenberger, Casper W. Berg, Alexandros Kokkalis, Adrian R. Hordyk, Chantel Wetzel, Nis S. Jacobsen, André E. Punt, J. Rasmus Nielsen. 2021. Implementing the precautionary approach into fisheries management: Biomass reference points and uncertainty buffers. Fish and Fisheries 00:1-20.

Dichmont CM, NA Dowling, S Pascoe, T Cannard, RJ Pears, S Breen, T Roberts, GM Leigh, M Mangel. 2020. Operationalizing Triple Bottom Line Harvest Strategies. ICES Journal of Marine Science fsaa033: 1-12.

Hoshino E, R Hillary, C Davies, F Satria, L Sadiyah, T Ernawati, C Proctor. 2020. Development of pilot empirical harvest strategies for tropical tuna in Indonesian archipelagic waters: Case studies of skipjack and yellowfin tuna. Fisheries Research 227: 105539.

Pascoe S, T Cannard, NA Dowling, CM Dichmont, S Breen, T Roberts, RJ Pears, GM Leigh. 2019. Developing Harvest Strategies to Achieve Ecological, Economic and Social Sustainability in Multi-Sector Fisheries. Sustainability 11: 644.

Merino G, H Arrizabalaga, I Arregui, J Santiago, H Murua, A Urtizberea, E Andonegi, P De Bruyn, LT Kell. 2019. Adaptation of North Atlantic Albacore Fishery to Climate Change: Yet Another Potential Benefit of Harvest Control Rules. Frontiers in Marine Science 6:1-14.

Deroba JJ, SK Gaichas, M Lee, RG Feeney, D Boelke, BJ Irwin. 2018. The dream and the reality: meeting decision-making time frames while incorporating ecosystem and economic models into management strategy evaluation. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 76:1112-1133.

Feeny RG, DV Boelke, JJ Deroba, S Gaichas, BJ Irwin, M Lee. 2018. Integrating management strategy evaluation into fisheries management: advancing best practices for stakeholder inclusion based on an MSE for Northeast US Atlantic herring. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 76:1103-1111.

Goethel DR, SM Lucey, AM Berger, SK Gaichas, MA Karp, PD Lynch, JF Walter, JJ Deroba, S Miller, MJ Wilberg. 2018. Closing the feedback loop: On stakeholder participation in management strategy evaluation. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 76:1895-1913.

Miller SK, A Anganuzzi, DS Butterworth, CR Davies, GP Donovan, A Nickson, RA Rademeyer, V Restrepo. 2018. Improving communication: the key to more effective MSE processes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 76:643–656.

Nakatsuka S. 2017. Management strategy evaluation in regional fisheries management organizations − How to promote robust fisheries management in international settings. Fisheries Research 187:127-138.

Punt AE. 2017. Strategic management decision-making in a complex world: quantifying, understanding, and using trade-offs. ICES Journal of Marine Science 74: 499–510.

Hillary RM, AL Preece, CR Davies, H Kurota, O Sakai, T Itoh, AM Parma, DS Butterworth, J Ianelli, TA Branch. 2016. A scientific alternative to moratoria for rebuilding depleted international tuna stocks. Fish and Fisheries 17:469-482.

Punt AE, DS Butterworth, CL de Moor, JAA De Oliveira, M Haddon. 2016. Management strategy evaluation: best practices. Fish and Fisheries 17:303-334.

Dowling NA, CM Dichmont, M Haddon, DC Smith, ADM Smith, K Sainsbury. 2015. Guidelines for developing formal harvest strategies for data-poor species and fisheries. Fisheries Research 171:130-140.

Fulton EA, ADM Smith, DC Smith, P Johnson. 2014. An integrated approach is needed for ecosystem based fisheries management: insights from ecosystem-level management strategy evaluation. PLoS ONE 9.

Butterworth DS. 2007. Why a management procedure approach? Some positives and negatives. ICES Journal of Marine Science 64:613-617.

Punt AE and GP Donovan. 2007. Developing management procedures that are robust to uncertainty: lessons from the International Whaling Commission. ICES Journal of Marine Science 65:603-612.

Rademeyer RA, EE Plaganyi, DS Butterworth. 2007. Tips and tricks in designing management procedures. ICES Journal of Marine Science 64:618-625.

De Oliveira AA and DS, Butterworth. 2004. Developing and refining a joint management procedure for the multispecies South African pelagic fishery. ICES Journal of Marine Science 61:1432-1442.

Smith ADM. 2004. Management strategy evaluation: the light on the hill. Population Dynamics for Fisheries Management 1:249-253.

Butterworth DS and AE Punt. 1999. Experiences in the evaluation and implementation of management procedures. ICES Journal of Marine Science 56:985-998.

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Did you know a #HarvestStrategy can be an important tool to help fisheries adapt to #ClimateChange impacts? Check out this research published last month by a team at @BrenUCSB and @RutgersU that looks at how fisheries in the USA can better prepare https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/faf.12724

Wondering what might be in store for harvest strategies in 2023? Read our outlook here for the coming year and what we hope to see achieved! https://harveststrategies.org/blog/2023/01/17/for-2023-is-there-a-more-impressive-word-than-monumental/

#HarvestStrategy #SustainableFishing #SustainableFisheries

Happy new year! We're starting the year with a quick wrap-up on our blog of 2022 which was an incredible year for harvest strategies, but 2023 could be even better! #HarvestStrategy https://harveststrategies.org/blog/2022/12/23/annual-wrap-up-2022-was-a-monumental-year-for-harvest-strategies-2023-could-be-even-better/

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