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Improving artisanal and semi-industrial fisheries data: a pilot experience on gillnet fishery in Abidjan

Abstract : A low coast GPS was developed by a student in the framework of his engineer training to solve a common data acquisition problem faced by scientists, fishermen and fishery managers in the majority of African coastal countries. A pilot test was done on a single artisanal pirogue during five consecutive trips. The results obtained were clearly positives and can surely help for improving artisanal and semi-industrial fisheries data. The document point out some technical issues that were not considered during the first step of this work. However many positive perspectives were unlighted by the authors. Going forward in artisanal and semi-industrial spatial and temporal data improvement is now totally possible. The implication of coastal countries administrations and RFMOs can help for setting a simple geographical information system for the management of artisanal and semi-industrial fisheries.
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Justin Monin, Tristan Rouyer, Sylvain Bonhommeau, Nicolas Champauzas, Sosthène Akia, et al.. Improving artisanal and semi-industrial fisheries data: a pilot experience on gillnet fishery in Abidjan. Meeting of the ICCAT Working Group on stock Assessment Methods (WGSAM), May 2017, Madrid, Spain. ⟨lirmm-02363509⟩

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