Analysis of Marine Fishery Systems Based on Commercial Catch and Effort Data

  • Manfred Nuske
Conference paper


One of the major concerns of the theory of marine fishery regulation is the description and forecasting of the basic production processes on the water. A good understanding and appropriate modeling of the dynamic interaction between the fishery resource itself, the fleet of boats operating on the resource, and the catches resulting from fishing operations is of crucial importance in any attempt to control a fishery in an effective way.


Effort Data Fishery Science Fishing Effort Stock Size Catch Data 
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