Short review on biology, structure, and migration of thunnus alalunga in the indian ocean

Type Conference article
Date 2014-07
Language English
Author(s) Nikolic Natacha, Fonteneau Alain, Hoarau Ludovic, Morandeau GillesORCID, Puech Alexis, Bourjea JeromeORCID
Meeting IOTC
Source http://www.iotc.org/fr/documents/short-review-biology-structure-and-migration-thunnus-alalunga-indian-ocean
Abstract The most comprehensive contribution to our understanding of albacore tuna, Thunnus alalunga, comes from studies in the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean. In the Indian Ocean, there is little information about this species in the literature. In the present paper, we propose a short review on albacore in the Indian Ocean with a particular attention on the biology, the structure, and the migration. We focused on these fields because they are key components of stock assessment undertaken by the Regional Fishery Management Organization. This work is part of an ongoing work on a global review of albacore tuna in the world.
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Nikolic Natacha, Fonteneau Alain, Hoarau Ludovic, Morandeau Gilles, Puech Alexis, Bourjea Jerome (2014). Short review on biology, structure, and migration of thunnus alalunga in the indian ocean. http://www.iotc.org/fr/documents/short-review-biology-structure-and-migration-thunnus-alalunga-indian-ocean. http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00208/31925/