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Publication InformationRelease DateFile Type

Length, disc width and maturity for ray and skate species from Northern European waters

John Lancaster, William Lart

This spreadsheet is designed to enable the estimation of the length of ray specimens from measurments of the dimensions of disc width and the posterior wing edge.

January 2015Download XLSX

Seafish Fleet Economic Performance Estimates May 2014

John Anderson, Steven Lawrence

The Seafish Fleet Economic Performance Estimates provide a detailed insight into the financial and operational performance of the fleet from 2005 to 2012 along with estimates for 2013. The dataset includes data for approximately 30 UK fleet segments, and has been produced by combining costs and earnings information collected from vessel accounts with transversal data provided by the Marine Management Organisation. The information presented in this publication is a comprehensive and accurate reflection of the financial performance of the UK fishing fleet and is used by a wide range of people across industry, government and academia. We hope that availability of accurate economic data and expert analysis of fleet performance will be used to enhance fisheries management and benefit the UK fleet in the long-run especially now as we move toward the Landings Obligation.

May 2014Download XLSX

Seafish fleet economic performance dataset

Curtis H, Anderson J, Metz S

This dataset contains financial, economic and operational performance indicators for approximately 30 UK fleet segments for the period 2005-2012. Seafish produces the dataset by combining costs and earnings information from vessel accounts provide by vessel owners to the annual Seafish UK Fleet Survey with official effort, landings and capacity data for all active UK fishing vessels provided by the UK Marine Management Organisation (MMO). The outputs for all years are produced using a consistent methodology and fleet segmentation criteria so that trends in key indicators can be observed over time. Note that vessels can be in different segments in different years if they change their gear, area or target species.

March 2013Download XLSX