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Sentinel-2 satellite imagery for traditional tuna fishing management

Other TitlesHigh Spatial Resolution Satellite Images for Spain’s Almadraba Fishery
AuthorsNavarro, Gabriel ; Caballero, Isabel ; Vázquez, Águeda
Issue DateOct-2016
PublisherCompass Publications
CitationSea Technology 57(10): 29-31 (2016)
AbstractThe traditional fishing method called “almadraba” is one of the oldest recorded fishing systems and is currently the object of study by economists, anthropologists and sociologists as a clear example of human activity developed to follow recurring migration cycles—specifically those of the Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus). The oldest mention of the word “almadraba” dates back to the end of the 14th century. The diverse proposals about its etymological origin agree that it derives from the Hispanic Arab term “al-mahdraba”, which can be translated as “place where to hit”. The word is applied to fishing and to the place where it is performed.
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