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Assessment of mackerel stock along the Indian coast

@article{Noble1992AssessmentOM,
  title={Assessment of mackerel stock along the Indian coast},
  author={A Noble and G. Gopakumar and N Gopalakrishna Pillai and G. M. Kulkarni and K. C. Narayana Kurup and S Reuben and M. Sivadas and Thomas M. Yohannan},
  journal={Indian Journal of Fisheries},
  year={1992},
  volume={39},
  pages={119-124}
}
Study on the stock of mackerel. Ra.ftrtlligtr kmlagurta. along the west cout durin, 1984-88 revealed that its annual averaae yield was short of only 891 tannes to the estimared MSY of SO 732 tonnes. The effort has to be increased by another 61 % to reach t!le MSY level. AI it may be uneconomical the present level of fishing can be taken to be at its optimwn. Similar studies on the east coast. however, showed that the exploitation has surpassed the MSY level but the yield fell short of MSY by I… 
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