NAFO annual meeting outcomes

Witch flounder on the southern Grand Bank has now recovered sufficiently to be reopened. Credit: Steve W. Ross, UNC-W

The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization (NAFO) has announced measures to strengthen the scientific basis for management decisions, to increase compliance and to improve the quality of catch data it collects, at NAFO’s 36th Annual Meeting.

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