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The ambition of the PFA is to maintain a sustainable fishery for pelagic fish stocks, both now and in the future. Collaboration with science and research is an important requirement for that ambition. Martin Pastoors is PFA's Chief Science Officer and responsible for the implementation of the PFA research strategy.


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03Jun

PFA self-sampling report 2015-2018


3 June 2019

The PFA self-sampling programme was initiated back 2014 and has matured and expanded over the years. The third annual report has been generated based on the self-sampling data of 2015 to 2018. The PFA approach to self-sampling building upon the capacity already available within the industry to sample fish. Results are increasingly being used as input to stock assessments and to address specific biological questions on spatial-temporal patterns [pdf 2,8 mb].


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If you want to know more about
the PFA research activities,
please contact Martin Pastoors,
PFA’s Chief Science Officer.
 
Email mpastoors@pelagicfish.eu
Phone +31 631901027
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