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|Title:||5.4 ToR d) Close-kin mark recapture approaches to estimate abundance and population parameters of deep-sea marine fish species in support of en-hanced management under the Common Fisheries Policy|
|Authors:||MARTINSOHN JANN; RODRIGUEZ-EZPELETA NAIARA; CARLSSON JENS; CASTILHO RITA; GAMITO JARDIM JOSÉ ERNESTO; PRODOHL PAULO; CARVALHO GARY R.; NEAT FRANCIS; COSCIA ILARIA|
|Publisher:||International Council for the Exploration of the Sea|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||In 2015/16 a JRC Technical report was produced, offering a reflection and review of the close-kin approach suggested by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Re-search Organisation (CSIRO – Australia) in the context of commercially exploited deep-sea fish species. This report served as a starting point for further evaluation and first simulations documented in the ICES WGAGFM interim report (2016). In June 2016 a web-conference meeting was convened to establish a strategy that allows to move clos-er to a practical project type of approach, which was extended in July 2016 wth Robin Waples of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Also ICES WGDEEP was contacted to learn more about their work on deep sea species and knowledge gaps and needs that could be covered by a genetic close-kin approach. Out-comes of these actiities will be documented together with recommendations in 2017.|
|JRC Directorate:||Sustainable Resources|
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