Generic Harvest Control Rules for European Fisheries

@inproceedings{Froese2011GenericHC,
  title={Generic Harvest Control Rules for European Fisheries},
  author={Rainer Froese and Trevor A Branch and Alexander Proelss and Martin F. Quaas and Keith Sainsbury and Christopher Zimmermann},
  year={2011}
}
In European fisheries, most stocks are overfished and many are below safe biological limits, resulting in a call from the European Commission for new long-term fisheries management plans. Here, we propose a set of intuitive harvest control rules that are economically sound, compliant with international fishery agreements, based on relevant international experiences, supportive of ecosystem-based fisheries management and compatible with the biology of the fish stocks. The rules are based on… CONTINUE READING
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