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FMP

Fishery Management Plan

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Stock assessments are designed to answer what questions?

1. What is the current status of a fish stock relative to established targets? 2. How much can fishermen catch while maintaining a healthy and sustainable fish stock?3. If a stock is depleted, what measures can be taken to rebuild it to a healthy abundance?

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What data must be known to perform a stock assessment?

Catch data (amount removed by fishing)Abundance data (measure of the number of fish or weight of the stock)Biology data (growth rates and natural mortality)

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To predict the future state of a fish stock, which model is the most used and how does it work?

Integrated Analysis Model. 3 levels of modeling with Population, Observation, and Statistical modeling.

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What does FIS stand for?

Fisheries Information System.

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What does FIS do?

Improve data collection and integration across regions of the United States.

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What does FIN stand for?

Fisheries Information Network.

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What is the purpose of FIN?

To collect, manage, and disseminate fisheries information in the Southeast Region (Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean).

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What are The National Standards?

Principles that must be followed in any FMP in order for it to be approved.

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How many tons of fish are caught in the wild per year?

93.2 million

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How many tons of fish are farmed per year?

48.1

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How many tons of wild aquatic plants a harvested per year?

1.3 million

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How many tons of aquatic plants are formed per year?

14.8 million

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SOPHIA

State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture

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Top 3 Aquaculture production countries

China (27.8 million tons)
India (2.1 million tons)
Japan (.8 million tons)

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What country has the largest EEZ claim?

France (surprising, but it has a bunch of islands)

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Most of China and India’s Aquaculture is from what?

Freshwater fish and shellfish

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What percent of fisheries are fully/overexploited?

75%

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What percent of fisheries are depleted?

6%

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Top 3 capture-based fishery production countries

China (17 million tons)
Peru (10.7 million tons)
Japan (5 million tons)

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What percent of total protein consumption is composed of fish?

16%

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What is the largest use of fish in the US?

Fresh fish (for food)

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Second largest use of fish in the US?

Non-food use

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Top 3 fish caught worldwide

Anchoveta (Peruvian anchovy)
Alaskan Walleye Pollock
Chilean Jack Mackerel

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How much of the annual harvest of fish worldwide comes from the Indian Ocean?

1/5

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What does National Standard 2 deal with?

Scientific Information

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What does National Standard 3 deal with?

Management Units

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What does National Standard 4 deal with?

Allocations

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What does National Standard 5 deal with?

Efficiency

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What does National Standard 7 deal with?

Costs and benefits

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What does National Standard 9 deal with?

Bycatch

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What does National Standard 8 deal with?

Communities

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What does National Standard 1 deal with?

Optimum Yield

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What does National Standard 10 deal with?

Safety of Life at Sea

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What does National Standard 6 deal with?

Variations and Contingencies