Fish stock exploitation has declined

Figure: Average fishing pressure (measured as fishing mortality) (left) and average stock biomass (right) for 85 major fish stocks in the Northeast Atlantic, both scaled to the mean over the time period (1960-2013), ie. if the y-axis value is 1 ...

ICES has concluded that exploitation of fish stocks in the Northeast Atlantic has declined significantly during the last decade.

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