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ISSF 2011-01: Stock Assessments 101. How Scientists Count Tuna

Date added January 1, 2011
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Category Technical and Meeting Reports, Technical Reports
Tags science, Stock Status, Tuna
Author(s) Victor Restrepo

Description

A
 stock
 assessment
 is
 a
 process
 whereby
 scientists
 analyze
 a
 variety
 of
 relevant
 data
 about
 the
 fisheries,
 the
 species
 of
 interest
 and
 other
 variables
 (such
 as
 economic
 or
 environmental
 ones)
 in
 order
 to
 evaluate
 the
 impacts
 of
 the
 fisheries
 on
 the
 stock
 or
 population.