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    Shark and ray identification in Indian Ocean fisheries 2019
    These identification cards are produced by the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC), in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), to help improve catch data and statistics on sharks and rays that interact with tuna fisheries in the Indian Ocean. With a better understanding of shark stocks and with better statistics, regional fisheries managers can ensure that sharks and rays are fished in a sustainable manner in the Indian Ocean. The most likely users of the cards are fisheries observers, samplers, fishing masters and crew on board fishing vessels targeting tuna, tuna-like species, sharks and rays in the Indian Ocean. Fisheries training institutions and fishing communities are other potential users.
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    IOTC Sharks Identification Cards 2013
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    These identification cards are produced by the Indian Ocean Tu Commission (IOTC), in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), to help improve catch data and statistics on sharks and rays that interact with tu fisheries in the Indian Ocean. With a better understanding of shark stocks and with better statistics, regiol fisheries magers can ensure that sharks and rays are fished in a sustaible manner in the Indian Ocean. The most likely users of the cards are fisheries obs ervers, samplers, fishing masters and crew on board fishing vessels targeting tu, tu-like species and sharks in the Indian Ocean. Fisheries training institutions and fishing communities are other potential users.
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    Tuna and tuna-like species identification cards 2014
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    ?These identification cards are produced by the Indian Ocean Tu Commission (IOTC) to help improve catch data and statistics on tu and tu-like species, as well as on other species caught by fisheries in the Indian Ocean. The most likely users of the cards are fisheries observers, samplers, fishing masters and crew on board fishing vessels targeting tu and tu-like species in the Indian Ocean. Fisheries training institutions and fishing communities are other potential users.

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