Nat’l Marine Fisheries Service

The National Marine Fisheries Service’s Southeast Fisheries Science Center is using DLMtool to review data-limited methods and their application to tropical reef fish in the U.S. Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, while the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council has used the Toolkit to inform management of black sea bass, blueline tilefish, and mackerel.

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CA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife

The California Department of Fish & Wildlife, the Natural Resources Defense Council, and the University of British Columbia are customizing DLMtool for California state-managed marine fisheries.  The goal is to demonstrate the Toolkit’s utility through application to four fisheries: barred sand bass, CA halibut, sea cucumber, and red sea urchin, with the prospect of broad adoption to other state-managed fisheries in the years to come.

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FishPath in Kenya

A team of researchers from the Murdoch University, The Nature Conservancy and the Kenya Fisheries Department are using DLMtool to perform a management strategy evaluation of FishPath outputs to guide decision-making for the spiny lobster fishery along the Kenyan coast.

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