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Global Fisheries Conservation

Over-exploitation of the world’s fish resources has caused serious decline in fish populations, and there is widespread concern that the world oceans will be unable to supply fish products for future generations. Given the importance of marine fisheries for food …

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Global Fisheries


The Nereus Program is predicting the future of fisheries with geospatial models being developed at MGEL.

Daniel Dunn


Research Scientist 135 Duke Marine Lab Road Beaufort, NC 28516 “I am a research scientist with the Marine Geospatial Ecology Lab at Duke University and a Senior Fellow with the UBC-Nippon Foundation Nereus Program. As an interdisciplinary marine conservation ecologist, …

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Regional Fisheries

Spatio-Temporal Analyses of Bycatch in the New England Groundfish Fishery   New England’s transition to catch share management, via sectors, has created an incentive for fishermen to reduce interactions with non-target species, which they previously discarded under days-at-sea management. For …

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