- CTI WPEA OFM Project First Quarter 2011 Update
- With respect to tuna fisheries, the WPEA OFM project has been focusing on i) monitoring, data enhancement and fishery assessment, and ii) policy, institutional strengthening and fishery management. For the first, the project continues to establish infrastructures of the integrated fishery monitoring programmes for tuna catch data collection from port sampling, logbooks and observer programmes in Indonesia, the Philippines and Viet Nam. Various trainings have been conducted for data/database managers for quality control, total catch estimation and stock assessments.
- WCPFC Brochure
- The Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Convention (WCPFC) is an international fisheries agreement that seeks to ensure, through effective management, the long-term conservation and sustainable use of highly migratory fish stocks (i.e. tunas, billfish, marlin) in the western and central Pacific Ocean. Conservation and management measures that are developed under the terms of the Convention apply to these stocks throughout their range, or to specific areas within the Convention Area.