ESTADÍSTICA DE LAS PESQUERÍAS ESPAÑOLAS ATUNERAS, EN EL OCÉANO ATLÁNTICO TROPICAL, EN EL PERÍODO 1990 A 2019.
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AuthorsPascual-Alayón, P.J. (Pedro José); Rojo, V. (Vanessa); Amatcha, Helen; Sow, F.N' (Fambaye); Ramos, M.L. (María Lourdes); Abascal, F.J. (Francisco Javier)
SUMMARY Data are presented on the Spanish fleet, fishing areas, catches, fishing effort, performance (CPUEs) and size distribution for purse seiner and baitboat. The total catch increased slightly by 3.1%. In 2019, there was a halt in fishing activity in July as a result of a check being carried out on bigeye quota consumption. More than 70% of sets were on “objects” and 25% on “free schools”. Median weights were slightly higher: yellowfin 10.7 kg (6.7 kg in 2018) (4.87 kg object and 32.11 kg free school); skipjack 1.7 kg (1.6 kg in 2018) (2.81 kg object and 2.42 kg free school) and bigeye 4.9 kg (3.5 kg in 2018) (3.4 kg object and 25.1 kg free school). Yellowfin presented a modal size of 42 cm for object and modal sizes of 42, 54, 152 cm for free school. Skipjack had a modal size of 42 cm on object and 44 cm for free school. Bigeye had a modal size of 44 cm on object and 42 and 152 cm for free school in 2019. RÉSUMÉ Des données sont présentées sur la flottille espagnole, les zones ...
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