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Integrating data from Vessel Monitoring System and fish landings in Mediterranean small fleets, using a PostgreSQL database with PostGIS extension

AuthorsGarcía, José A. ; Carretón, Marta ; Company, Joan B. ; Aguzzi, Jacopo ; Gorelli, Giulia
KeywordsMediterranean Sea
Fishing effort
Vessel monitoring system
Issue Date27-Oct-2016
Citation7th International Workshop on Marine Technology : Proceedings MARTECH 2016: 61-64 (2016)
AbstractGeospatial technologies represent an advance in the knowledge of marine ecosystems, allowing us to approach the study of the potential effect of world fishing fleets and their dynamics. Nevertheless, their application to fisheries science is recent and its use is not widespread. Our procedure use GPS position data from the VMS-Vessel Monitoring System (or >blue boxes>), implemented in most fishing boats and is based in a previously methodology developed by ICES institution. The junction of VMS, fishing logbooks and landings data enables us to obtain, among other results, maps of fishing effort, fishing fleet behavior and precise location of fishing grounds in European waters. This study has aimed to develop and apply a methodology to study fishing effort on species of commercial interest in the Catalan coast, using scripting PL/SQL procedures of PostgreSQL system database with PostGIS extension
Description7th International Workshop on Marine Technology – Martech Workshop 2016, 26-28 October 2016, Barcelona.-- 4 pages, 5 figures
Publisher version (URL)https://sarti.webs.upc.edu/martech/usb_2016/paginas/articulos_topics/topic_5.html
Identifiersisbn: 978-84-617-4152-6
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