Fisheries Status Report (FSR):
The FSR presents information on the fisheries for tunas and
billfishes in the EPO, and on the assessments
and the status of stocks of these fish. The report summarizes what is known about the direct
impact of the fisheries upon various species and species
groups of the ecosystem, and reviews what is known about the
environment and about other species that are not directly
impacted by the fisheries.
Public domain data:
The IATTC provides general access to non-confidential
(Public domain) data compiled from detailed information on
fleets and fishing operations. These include data on fishing
effort and catches, and from biological sampling.
Other Reports and notifications by Members and Cooperating Non-Members
a very important part of the scientific research activities
that the IATTC must carry out under the Antigua Convention.
For this purpose, cruises for the capture and subsequent
tagging of tunas are periodically undertaken, the most
recent one within the framework of atagging
by the Commission and financed by the European Union.
is the recovery and processing of tags. Everyone is strongly
encouraged to send to the Commission all recovered tags,
can be downloaded here.