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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
report_type Final

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.