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Record number 456003
Title North Sea hydro acoustic herrng survey Survey report for R/V TRIDENS 23 June - 18 July 2014
Author(s) Fassler, S.M.M.
Source IJmuiden : IMARES (Internal report / IMARES Wageningen UR 14.005) - 28
Department(s) Visserij
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2014
Keyword(s) haringen - noordzee - karteringen - akoestisch sporen - visbestand - pelagische visserij - gegevens verzamelen - eu regelingen - herrings - north sea - surveys - acoustic tracking - fishery resources - pelagic fishery - data collection - eu regulations
Categories Fishery Resources and Management
Abstract The Dutch Institute for Marine Resources & Ecosystem Studies (IMARES) has been participating in the international North Sea acoustic survey for herring since 1991. Participants in this survey are Scotland, Norway, Germany, Denmark, The Netherlands and Ireland. The survey is part of the EU data collection framework (DCF) and is coordinated by the ICES Working Group for International Pelagic Surveys (WGIPS, formerly PGIPS/PGHERS). The aim of this survey is to provide an abundance estimate of the whole North Sea herring population. This estimate is used as a tuning index by the ICES Herring Assessment Working Group (HAWG) in its assessment of the population size. In this report the results are presented for the survey in the central North Sea, carried out by the Dutch vessel R/V Tridens.
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