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Title: High Value and Long Life—Double Jeopardy for Tunas and Billfishes
Authors: B. B. Collette;K. E. Carpenter;B. A. Polidoro;M. J. Juan-Jordá;A. Boustany;D. J. Die;C. Elfes;W. Fox;J. Graves;L. R. Harrison;R. McManus;C. V. Minte-Vera;R. Nelson;V. Restrepo;J. Schratwieser;C.-L. Sun;A. Amorim;M. Brick Peres;C. Canales;G. Cardenas;S.-K. Chang;W.-C. Chiang;N. de Oliveira Leite Jr.;H. Harwell;R. Lessa;F. L. Fredou;H. A. Oxenford;R. Serra;K.-T. Shao;R. Sumaila;S.-P. Wang;R. Watson;E. Yáñez
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:環境生物與漁業科學學系
Date: 2011
Issue Date: 2012-11-19T07:57:42Z
Publisher: Collette et al
Abstract: abstract:There is growing concern that in spite of the healthy status of several epipelagic (living near the surface) fish stocks (1), some scombrid (tunas, bonitos, mackerels, and Spanish mackerels) and billfish (swordfish and marlins) species are heavily overfished and that there is a lack of resolve to protect against overexploitation driven by high prices (2–5). Many populations are exploited by multinational fisheries whose regulation, from a political perspective, is exceedingly difficult. Thus, assessment and management is complicated and sometimes ineffective (4). Regional Fisheries Management Organizations (RFMOs) were created to manage and conserve scombrids and billfishes because of their transnational distributions and widespread economic importance (6). However, species-specific catch data for many scombrids and billfishes are not collected or are aggregated with other species. Even for the larger tunas, for which relatively rich data exist, population assessments and data are complex (1) and are difficult to combine across RFMOs, which prompts a need for alternative means of assessment.
Relation: 333(6040), pp.291-292
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/33187
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