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José R. Marín Jarrín, PhD Senior Fisheries Ecologist and Interim Science Coordinator Charles Darwin Foundation Puerto Ayora, Galápagos, Ecuador

Ecology, evaluation and management of Galapagos artisanal fisheries: steps towards sustainability

Thursday, April 6, 2017 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Ecology, evaluation and management of Galapagos artisanal fisheries: steps towards sustainability

This project, which began in 2011, seeks to increase the knowledge of the ecology, life history and population dynamics of major fisheries target species and the habitats they occupy in the Galapagos Marine Reserve. This goal was set in order to provide up-to-date information for the improvement of fisheries management on the islands. The project is co-led by scientists from the Charles Darwin Foundation and Galapagos National Park Directorate, who are particularly interested on the early and adult life histories of several important fish species, including grouper and snappers, the impacts of El Niño events on artisanal fisher landing composition, the benefits of no-take zones for lobsters, and the role of mangroves for several commercially important species in the Archipelago. 


OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center
Guin Library Seminar Room
2030 SE Marine Science Drive
Newport
OR
maryann.bozza at oregonstate.edu
Hatfield Marine Sci Ctr
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