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Title: Flota pesquera Argentina. Evolucion 1960-1998 con una actualizacion al 2000.
Other Titles: Argentine fishing fleet. Evolution during the 1960-1998 period updated to 2000
Authors: Bertolotti, M.I.
Verazay, G.A.
Pagani, A.N.
Errazti, E.
Buono, J.J.
ASFA Terms: Fishing vessels
Fishery economics
Fishing vessels statistics
Overfishing
Landing statistics
Catch/effort
Yield
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: Mar del Plata: Instituto Nacional de Investigacion y Desarrollo Pesquero
Citation: Bertolotti, M.I. & Verazay, G.A. & Akselman, R. (Ed.) Evolución de la flota pesquera Argentina, artes de pesca y dispositivos selectivos, p. 9-54.
Series: El Mar Argentino y sus Recursos Pesqueros, 3
Abstract: The analysis of the Argentine fishing fleet (SW Atlantic) evolution as of 1960 allows to explain the major causes of expansion, the crisis in the fisheries and the structural changes of the fleet during the 90's. Different fleet classification criteria focused on fishing capacity, fish landing composition, yields and productivity indices are described. The expansion cycles were associated to the incorporation of fishing vessels, while the 1960-1989 crisis originated in domestic and international economic crisis and changes in the strategy pattern of the fishing countries. The latter was related to overfishing of traditional coastal and demersal fisheries and to the full exploitation of resources such as squid, blue whiting and toothfish incorporated to the fishery as of 1989.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/2587
ISBN: 987-20245-0-2
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