ICES. 2021. Working Group on Acoustic and Egg Surveys for small pelagic fish in NE Atlantic (WGACEGG; outputs from 2020 meeting) ICES Scientific Reports. 3:76. 706 pp. https://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.8234
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AuthorsKooij, J. (Jeroen) van-der; Angelico, M.M. (María Manuel); Moreno, A. (Ana); Uriarte, A. (Andrés); O'Donnell, C. (Ciaran); Nunes, C. (Cristina); Duhamel, E. (Erwan); Ramos, F. (Fernando); Boyra, G. (Guillermo); Riveiro, I. (Isabel); Ibaibarriaga, L. (Leire); Santos, M. (María); Huret, M. (Martin); Doray, M. (Mathieu); Carrera, P. (Pablo); Díaz-Conde, M.P. (María Paz); Amorim, P. (Pedro); Rodríguez-Climent, S. (Silvia); Domínguez-Petit, R. (Rosario); Campanella, F. (Fabio)
This year the group changed its name to Working Group on Acoustic and Egg Surveys for small pelagic fish in NE Atlantic (WGACEGG). WGACEGG coordinates, assesses and quality controls acoustic and daily egg production (DEPM) surveys of several pelagic stocks in ICES areas 6-9. During three 2020 WGACEGG meetings, results of three DEPM surveys, three spring/summer acoustic surveys and all six autumn surveys were presented. Implications of the cancellation of three surveys (SAREVA and PELACUS (Spain)) and PELGAS (France) were also discussed, as were possible mitigations to minimize the effects on the relevant stock assessments. No concerns were raised about the surveys that took place. The results from the DEPM survey for sardine in 9a could not be provided until December, as COVID-19 had restricted laboratory access. WGACEGG also met with members of the Working Group on Southern Horse Mackerel, Anchovy, and Sardine (WGHANSA) to present the results from the 2020 Portuguese (PELAGO ...
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