World Octopus Fisheries

@article{Sauer2019WorldOF,
  title={World Octopus Fisheries},
  author={Warwick H. Sauer and Ian G. Gleadall and Nicola Downey-Breedt and Zo{\"e} A. Doubleday and Graham E. Gillespie and Manuel Haimovici and Christian M. Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez and Oleg N Katugin and Stephen C. Leporati and Marek Roman Lipinski and Unai Markaida and Jorge Luis Estepa Ramos and Rui Rosa and Roger Villanueva and Juan Arguelles and Felipe A. Brice{\~n}o and Sergio A Carrasco and Leo J. Che and Chih Shin Chen and R. Cisneros and Elizabeth M. Conners and Augusto C{\'e}sar Crespi-Abril and Vladimir Kulik and E. N. Drobyazin and T J Emery and Fernando {\'A}ngel Fern{\'a}ndez-{\'A}lvarez and Hidetaka Furuya and Leo Walter Gonz{\'a}lez and Charlotte Gough and Prasad Krishnan and Biju Kumar and Tatiana S. Leite and Chung-Cheng Lu and Kolliyil Sunil Mohamed and Jaruwat Nabhitabhata and Kyosei Noro and Jinda Petchkamnerd and Delta Putra and Steve Rocliffe and Kurichithara Kunjumony Sajikumar and Hideo Sakaguchi and Deepak Samuel and Geetha Sasikumar and Toshifumi Wada and Xiaodong Zheng and Yongjun Tian and Yumeng Pang and Anyanee Yamrungrueng and Gretta T. Pecl},
  journal={Reviews in Fisheries Science \& Aquaculture},
  year={2019},
  volume={29},
  pages={279 - 429}
}
Abstract Recent studies have shown that coastal and shelf cephalopod populations have increased globally over the last six decades. Although cephalopod landings are dominated by the squid fishery, which represents nearly 80% of the worldwide cephalopod catches, octopuses and cuttlefishes represent ∼10% each. Total reported global production of octopuses over the past three decades indicates a relatively steady increase in catch, almost doubling from 179,042 t in 1980 to 355,239 t in 2014… Expand
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