Bioeconomics of Commercial Marine Fisheries of Bay of Bengal: Status and Direction

@inproceedings{Habib2014BioeconomicsOC,
  title={Bioeconomics of Commercial Marine Fisheries of Bay of Bengal: Status and Direction},
  author={Ahasan Habib and Hadayet Ullah and Ngoc Duy Nguyen},
  year={2014}
}
The fishery of the Bay of Bengal (BOB) is assumed to be suffering from the overexploitation. This paper aims to assess the sustainability of current level of fishing effort as well as possible changes driven by anthropogenic and climate driven factors. Therefore, the commercial marine fishery of BOB for the period of 1985/86 to 2007/08 is analyzed by applying Gordon-Schaefer Surplus Production Model on time series of total catch and standardized effort. Static reference points such as open… CONTINUE READING

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