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There is a large number of sites on the Internet that can be of interest to everybody concerned with the management of fisheries.

We have classified the sites shown under headings. Whenever possible, the addresses are accompanied by an abstract describing the most interesting features of the site.

Do not hesitate to contact us to propose new addresses, enclosing a presentation text. Thank you in advance for the cooperation!

Illegal Fishing Info
The purpose of this site is to provide background information on the key issues in the debate around illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing, together with news stories, information on events, key documents and links to other relevant websites

FAO fisheries statistics
Access and query the FAO/Fisheries time-series online using query panels. The datasets used are organized into World Fishery Statistics and Tuna Statistics, as compiled by the FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Department, as well as a link to the Handbook of Fishery Statistical Standards.

Atlas of Tuna and Billfish Catches: Interactive Display
This Atlas presents the global distribution of catches at 5° latitude by 5° longitude resolution of those tuna and tuna-like species for which this distribution is generally well-known on a global scale.

Fisheries Information System NOAA
The Fisheries Information System (FIS) provides a context for the design, development, and implementation of data collection and data management for fishery dependent statistics nationwide to improve the timeliness and accuracy of data. FIS is a portal that identifies the existing federal and state fisheries information systems or databases (data collections) and provides integrated business solutions for effective information sharing. FIS supports fisheries management decisions by developing a virtual application environment and providing integrated business solutions and data sources in web browser interface.

International Household Survey Network (IHSN)
The International Household Survey Network (IHSN) has established a web-based Central Survey and Census Catalog, which provides users with access to selected survey and census metadata, documentation and datasets. Access to underlying electronic files is enforced and controlled according to each official depositor’s policy. To access the IHSN database, click here: International Household Survey Network (IHSN) search page

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