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Minimum Standards for Vessel Electronic Monitoring Systems

Date Added: June 19, 2020
Downloaded: 120 times
Tags: Best Practices, Electronic Monitoring & Reporting, Purse Seine, Tuna
Language: English
report_type: Final

Description

Based on our report ISSF 2018-04: Minimum Standards for Electronic Monitoring in Tropical Tuna Purse Seine Fisheries, this infographic shows how purse-seine tuna vessels should configure and operate their electronic monitoring systems (EMS). It indicates which features and processes should be in place before, during, and after the fishing trip.