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|Title:||Interim Report of the Working Group on Application of Genetics in Fisheries and Mariculture (WGAGFM): ToR d) Close-kin mark recapture approaches to estimate abundance and population parameters of deep-sea marine fish species in support of enhance management under the Common Fisheries Policy|
|Authors:||MARTINSOHN Jann; GAMITO JARDIM JOSÉ ERNESTO; RODRIGUEZ-EZPELETA Naiara; CARLSSON Jens; PRODOHL Paulo; COSCIA Ilaria|
|Publisher:||International Council for the Exploration of the Sea|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||According to the European Commission, particular attention is needed to secure the sus-tainable exploitation of deep-sea stocks in view of their vulnerable nature. For many stocks, knowledge and data remain insufficient for scientific analysis (COM (2007) 30 final), which is also reflected in recent TAC and Quota setting. Moreover, according to the European Commission, the poor state of key deep-sea stocks and the lack of scientific data clearly demonstrates the need for an improved management framework for deep-sea fisheries, as proposed by the Commission in 2012 (see IP/12/813). Based on recent research by CSIRO Australia, using close-kin analysis, a method that has particular po-tential for generating abundance for the management of Southern Bluefin Tuna, utility for transfer to deep-sea species will be assessed. In particular a range of genetic tech-niques and their utility for close-kin mark-recapture applications will be evaluated with respect to feasibility and utility in the context of yielding scientific advice implemented under the remit of the CFP.|
|JRC Directorate:||Sustainable Resources|
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