Working Group on Mixed Fisheries Advice Methodology (WGMIXFISH-METHODS)

Michel Bertignac, Paul Bouch, Thomas Brunel, Paul Dolder, Mikel Aristegui Ezquibela, Niall Fallon, Dorleta Garcia, Ruth Kelly, Alexandros Kokkalis, Sarah Kraak, Mathieu Lundy, Hugo Mendes, Alessandro Orio, Lionel Pawlowski, Alfonso Perez-Rodriguez, Sonia Sánchez-Maroño, Cristina Silva, Klass Sys, Marc Taylor, Vanessa TrijouletYouen Vermard

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The ICES Working Group on Mixed Fisheries Methodology (WGMIXFISH-METHODS) met to progress work on the improvement and development of the mixed fisheries advice. In this report the group provides a summary of the work completed in 2021.

Work continued on the full review and documentation of the mixed fisheries advice production process, including workflows, code repositories, stock annexes, data, and associated documentation for all advice regions.

Working group participants responded to the outcomes and issues encountered during WGMIXFISH-Advice 2020 for Bay of Biscay, Celtic Sea, Iberian Waters, and North Sea. A full list of issues and solutions were collated and discussed during the meeting. Additionally, work continued on the development of mixed fisheries advice for on the Irish Sea.

The working group responded to the outcomes of the Scoping workshop on next generation of mixed fisheries advice (WKMIXFISH 2020), identifying timelines and requirements to meet the growing needs for mixed fisheries advice. To support these growing needs the group members presented and discussed new techniques in the field of mixed fisheries.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCopenhagen, Denmark
PublisherInternational Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES)
Number of pages53
Publication statusPublished - 2021
SeriesICES Scientific Report


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