Workshop on definition of shrimp recruitment overfishing.
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The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council requested that the Southeast Fisheries Center (SEFC) convene a small group of shrimp specialists to undertake two tasks. These tasks were 1) to draft scientific definitions of overfishing for each of two shrimp species in the management unit of the Fishery Management Plan (FMP) and 2) to recommend action that might be taken if overfishing occurred in any of these stocks. A workshop convened on June 26-27, 1990 at the SEFC Galveston Laboratory. This report summarizes the findings of the two day workshop and provides recommendations from the working group.
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