Phytoplankton size key to tuna catch rates

Scientists are able to predict catch rates of bigeye tuna by analysing phytoplankton size Photo: NOAA

Scientists in the Pacific Islands region have published new research that can help predict catch rates in the Hawai?i longline fishery.

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