Annual average catch over 2009-2014 per fishery grid cell

This dataset presents the average catch (in kg) for each commerical species within the Falklands' EEZ. It was produced as part of Marine Spatial Planning.

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Last Updated December 21, 2020, 10:06 (PST)
Created January 30, 2020, 05:22 (PST)
Region Falkland Islands
Language eng
Topic Category Economy; economic activities, conditions and employment
Temporal Extent Start 2009-01-01
Temporal Extent End 2014-12-31
Dataset Reference Date 2014
Lineage The raw data on annual fishing catches were provided by Falkland Islands Fisheries Department. The average value for each catch across the period 2009-2014 was calculated for each species. Additionally it was calculated the total average catch value across all species (including discard) across the same time period. Species considered are: Loligo, Illex, Blue Whitin, Grenadier, Hakes, Hoki, King Clip, Rays, Red Cod, Toothfish and other species (grouped together). Data from the Fisheries department are available online
West Longitude -32085.5
South Latitude 3660807.47
East Longitude 956095
North Latitude 4794835.89
Spatial Reference System UTM 21S WGS84
Responsible Organisation Name Hidden (personal data protection)
Contact Mail Address Hidden (personal data protection)
Responsible Party Role Hidden (personal data protection)
Access Limitations Open access
Use Constraints Open, but copyright and/or Intellectual Property Rights apply
Resource Reference Please acknowledge data source as: Falkland Islands Government Fisheries Department and SAERI Marine Spatial Planning. A Darwin PLUS Initiative project funded by the UK government
Data Format shape
Update Frequency not planned
Accuracy Approximately 30 km (size of the fishery grid cells)
Resource Type Dataset
Original Title Hidden (internal use only)
Metadata Date 2016-11-07
Metadata Point of Contact
Contact Consent Contact details hidden
Unique Resource ID FK-SAERI-288

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