Updated fishery improvement project database launched


New system supports better FIP management, design and implementation

Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) and the Hilborn Lab at the University of Washington have released an updated version of their Fishery Improvement Projects Database (FIP-DB). This 6th edition of the database is billed as the most comprehensive of its kind, with historical time series data on more than 320 FIPs reaching back to 2003, when the first FIPs were established.

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