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Report of the Workshop on the Age Estimation of Sardine and Sardinella in Northwest Africa Casablanca, Morocco, 4-9 December 2006

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Series: FAO Fisheries Report Volume: 848
By: FAO
116 pages, Tabs, figs
Report of the Workshop on the Age Estimation of Sardine and Sardinella in Northwest Africa
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Language: Bilingual in English and French

The workshop reviewed and discussed the results of an otolith exchange that had been carried out in 2006 and which included both sardine and sardinella otoliths from different locations. The final outcome of the meeting consisted in revised agreed guidelines for the preparation and interpretation of sardine and sardinella otoliths. A new otolith exchange was initiated just after the workshop to consolidate results.

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Report
Series: FAO Fisheries Report Volume: 848
By: FAO
116 pages, Tabs, figs
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