Hydrography and Jack mackerel stock in the South Pacific - Final report

N.T. Hintzen, A.A.H.M. Corten, F. Gerlotto, J. Habasque, A. Bertrand, P. Lehodey, T.P.A. Brunel, A.C. Dragon, I. Senina

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This study aims (i) to identify the most likely population structure hypotheses of Jack mackerel, (ii) to identify management objectives for Jack mackerel, and (iii) to evaluate sustainable management strategies to achieve these objectives. These three elements were considered through literature review, statistical and population dynamics modelling. Two different conclusions were drawn: a conclusion towards most likely population structure and a conclusion towards most likely stock structure.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationIJmuiden
Number of pages65
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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NameReport / IMARES Wageningen UR


  • trachurus trachurus
  • south pacific
  • hydrography
  • fishery management
  • fishery policy
  • fish stocks
  • sustainability
  • mackerels

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