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STUDIES AND REVIEWS No. 69
General Fisheries Council for the Mediterranean
IRPEM, Largo Fiera della Pesca
J.F. Caddy and J.I. de Leiva
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|Fiorentini, L.; Caddy, J.F.; de Leiva, J.I.
Long and short-term trends of Mediterranean fishery resources.
Studies and Reviews. General Fisheries Council for the Mediterranean. No. 69.
Rome, FAO. 1997. 72p.
2.1 Discrimination of long-term trends
3.2 A comparison between West and East Mediterranean fisheries
3.3 A tentative ranking of species by total value of landings
4.1 Trends in Mediterranean fisheries compared with fisheries of other semi-enclosed seas
4.2 How to take long-term trends into account in fisheries management ?
Pre-treatment of data The numerical filters used in this studyDATA ANNEX
Recent short-term trendsA/ West Mediterranean. Tables and figures
B/ East Mediterranean. Tables and figures
ANNEX 1. Assignation of species to key ecological or biological categories