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|Title: ||Data-Recording System and Sampling Strategy in the Western Indian Ocean Purse-Seine Fishery|
|Authors: ||Thomas, A.|
|ASFA Terms: ||Fishery statistics|
|Issue Date: ||1995|
|Abstract: ||The present data-recording system used in the Seychelles to compile the tuna purse-seine statistics in the WIO was established by ORSTOM at the beginning of the fishery (1982/3) for the French fleet, and then extended to the Seychelles Fishing Authority (SFA) and Madagascar in 1991-92 for all fleets. After several modifications, it has been working efficiently for the last ten years, making it possible to build a very comprehensive tuna database for the purse-seine fleets since the beginning of the fishery.
The extension to Madagascar started in 1992, within the framework of the Regional Tuna Project. A specific laboratory, the(Unité Statistique Thonière d’Antsiranana (USTA) was installed, the work being done in collaboration between ORSTOM, the Direction des Ressources Halieutiques (DRH) and the Centre National de Recherche Océanographique (CNRO) and the Association Thonière (AT).|
|Appears in Collections:||Miscellaneous|
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