Managing mixed fisheries in the European western waters: application of Fcube methodology

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Managing mixed fisheries in the European western waters: application of Fcube methodology. / Iriondo, Ane ; García, Dorleta; Santurtún, Marina ; Castro, José; Quincoces, Iñaki; Lehuta, Sigrid; Mahévas, Stephanie ; Marchal, Paul; Tidd, Alex; Ulrich, Clara.

In: Fisheries Research, Vol. 134-136, 2012, p. 6-16.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

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Iriondo, A, García, D, Santurtún, M, Castro, J, Quincoces, I, Lehuta, S, Mahévas, S, Marchal, P, Tidd, A & Ulrich, C 2012, 'Managing mixed fisheries in the European western waters: application of Fcube methodology' Fisheries Research, vol 134-136, pp. 6-16., 10.1016/j.fishres.2012.07.019

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Iriondo, A., García, D., Santurtún, M., Castro, J., Quincoces, I., Lehuta, S., ... Ulrich, C. (2012). Managing mixed fisheries in the European western waters: application of Fcube methodology. Fisheries Research, 134-136, 6-16. 10.1016/j.fishres.2012.07.019

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Iriondo A, García D, Santurtún M, Castro J, Quincoces I, Lehuta S, Mahévas S, Marchal P, Tidd A, Ulrich C. 2012. Managing mixed fisheries in the European western waters: application of Fcube methodology. Fisheries Research. 134-136:6-16. Available from: 10.1016/j.fishres.2012.07.019

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Iriondo A, García D, Santurtún M, Castro J, Quincoces I, Lehuta S et al. Managing mixed fisheries in the European western waters: application of Fcube methodology. Fisheries Research. 2012;134-136:6-16. Available from: 10.1016/j.fishres.2012.07.019

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Iriondo, Ane ; García, Dorleta; Santurtún, Marina ; Castro, José; Quincoces, Iñaki; Lehuta, Sigrid; Mahévas, Stephanie ; Marchal, Paul; Tidd, Alex; Ulrich, Clara / Managing mixed fisheries in the European western waters: application of Fcube methodology.

In: Fisheries Research, Vol. 134-136, 2012, p. 6-16.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

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title = "Managing mixed fisheries in the European western waters: application of Fcube methodology",
publisher = "Elsevier BV",
author = "Ane Iriondo and Dorleta García and Marina Santurtún and José Castro and Iñaki Quincoces and Sigrid Lehuta and Stephanie Mahévas and Paul Marchal and Alex Tidd and Clara Ulrich",
year = "2012",
doi = "10.1016/j.fishres.2012.07.019",
volume = "134-136",
pages = "6--16",
journal = "Fisheries Research",
issn = "0165-7836",

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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Managing mixed fisheries in the European western waters: application of Fcube methodology

A1 - Iriondo,Ane

A1 - García,Dorleta

A1 - Santurtún,Marina

A1 - Castro,José

A1 - Quincoces,Iñaki

A1 - Lehuta,Sigrid

A1 - Mahévas,Stephanie

A1 - Marchal,Paul

A1 - Tidd,Alex

A1 - Ulrich,Clara

AU - Iriondo,Ane

AU - García,Dorleta

AU - Santurtún,Marina

AU - Castro,José

AU - Quincoces,Iñaki

AU - Lehuta,Sigrid

AU - Mahévas,Stephanie

AU - Marchal,Paul

AU - Tidd,Alex

AU - Ulrich,Clara

PB - Elsevier BV

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - Fisheries management is moving towards ecosystem based management instead of traditional single species based advice. To progress towards an ecosystem approach, a new methodology called “Fleet and Fisheries Forecast” (Fcube) has been proposed. In the application of the method, a precise initial fleet <br/>and metier segmentation used is important to get representative results in the analysis. Once they were defined, different data aggregations for fleets and metiers were tested with the objective of getting the best aggregation level to get equilibrium between detailed results and real management. Results showed <br/>that the difference in the forecast catches in different aggregation levels was low. Finally, hindcasting analyses were carried out to evaluate how sensitive forecasts are to different parameters. Stock indicators and catchability show the highest source of error and the effort share the lowest. In this analysis, Western <br/>Waters fleet management results show consistency between stocks and their respective TACs. The study highlights that it is possible to deliver advice within the context of mixed fisheries using the Fcube method

AB - Fisheries management is moving towards ecosystem based management instead of traditional single species based advice. To progress towards an ecosystem approach, a new methodology called “Fleet and Fisheries Forecast” (Fcube) has been proposed. In the application of the method, a precise initial fleet <br/>and metier segmentation used is important to get representative results in the analysis. Once they were defined, different data aggregations for fleets and metiers were tested with the objective of getting the best aggregation level to get equilibrium between detailed results and real management. Results showed <br/>that the difference in the forecast catches in different aggregation levels was low. Finally, hindcasting analyses were carried out to evaluate how sensitive forecasts are to different parameters. Stock indicators and catchability show the highest source of error and the effort share the lowest. In this analysis, Western <br/>Waters fleet management results show consistency between stocks and their respective TACs. The study highlights that it is possible to deliver advice within the context of mixed fisheries using the Fcube method

U2 - 10.1016/j.fishres.2012.07.019

DO - 10.1016/j.fishres.2012.07.019

JO - Fisheries Research

JF - Fisheries Research

SN - 0165-7836

VL - 134-136

SP - 6

EP - 16

ER -