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From bonito to anchovy: a reconstruction of Turkey’s marine fisheries catches (1950-2010)
Turkey’s marine fisheries catches were estimated for the 1950-2010 time period using a reconstruction approach, which estimated all fisheries removals, including unreported landings, recreationalExpand
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A massive update of non-indigenous species records in Mediterranean marinas
The Mediterranean Sea is home to over 2/3 of the world’s charter boat traffic and hosts an estimated 1.5 million recreational boats. Studies elsewhere have demonstrated marinas as important hubs forExpand
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"Reported" versus "likely" fisheries catches of four Mediterranean countries
The fisheries catch statistics that member countries report annually to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations were compared, for the years 1950 to 2010, with ‘reconstructed’,Expand
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Unifying the catch data of a divided island: Cyprus’s marine fisheries catches, 1950–2010
The island of Cyprus has been divided since 1974 into the Turkish Cypriot north and the Greek Cypriot south. Here, we have reconstructed the total marine fishery removals for the island in itsExpand
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Reconstruction of fisheries catches for Montenegro: 1950-2010
The total marine catches made by Montenegrin fisheries between 1950 and 2010 were reconstructed using landings reported for Montenegro by the FAO as a baseline to account for unreported catches madeExpand
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Reconstruction of Italy’s marine fisheries removals and fishing capacity, 1950–2010
Abstract Italy has the highest catches of all countries fishing in the Mediterranean Sea. Despite the availability of fisheries statistics at the national level, reported catch amounts account onlyExpand
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Reconstruction of Marine Fisheries Catches for the Republic of Malta (1950-2010)
The marine fisheries catches of Malta were reconstructed for the period 1950-2014, including for reported and previously unreported commercial large- and small-scale catches, unmonitored fisheriesExpand
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Alien species spreading via biofouling on recreational vessels in the Mediterranean Sea
H.S. acknowledges financial support by the German Research Foundation (DFG, grant SE 1891/2‐1).
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Reconstruction of Syria’s fisheries catches from 1950–2010:signs of overexploitation
Background. The global community infers trends in fi sheries through the catch data assembled by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) from its member countries. Thus,Expand
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