The FarFish Legacy Booklet

The FarFish project has now come to an end, after four and
a half years of intensive research and innovation involving
close to 200 scientists and stakeholders from across the
world. Multidisciplinary team of experts from research,
academia, governance & policy, fishing industry and NGO
sectors have collaborated to contribute to more sustainable
and profitable fisheries in long-distance waters. The aim of
this “legacy booklet” is to give an overview of the work done
within the project and present the main results, which we are
convinced will have a lasting impact.

Peer reviewed Publications

Unpacking the tuna traceability mosaic – EU SFPAs and the tuna value chain

Results-based management in practice: Lessons learnt and policy recommendations from the implementation of RBM in European fisheries outside Europe

Two Fish in a Pod. Mislabelling on Board Threatens Sustainability in Mixed Fisheries

The effect of the number of distractor and the “none of the above” – “all of the above” options in multiple choice question

Identifying rote learning and the supporting effects of the hints in drills

Learning and evaluation without access to schools during covid-19                                                                                   

A Seven-Year Assessment of Squid Jiggers in FAO Major Fishing Area

Substituting model-based indicators in Harvest Control Rules by observations using fuzzy logic methodology

Implementing the Fisheries Transparency Initiative: Experience from the Seychelles

Other Publications

Analysis of AIS and VMS data within the waters of Mauritania and Senegal

Testing methods to estimate the age of blackspot picarel (Spicara melanurus) using otoliths, from the waters of Cape Verde Islands.

Assessing the North-west African stock of black hakes (Merluccius polli and Merluccius senegalensis) using catch-msy and length-based spawning potential ratio models

Stock assessment and the influence of environmental parameters on the distribution of mackerel
scad (Decapterus macarellus) in Cabo Verde waters

Asesoramiento de Algunas Especies Capturas Incidentalmente en los Océanos Atlántico e Índico