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HIGHLY MIGRATORY SPECIES
SELECTED STRADDLING STOCKS
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1982 Convention 200-mile limit albacore Annex bigeye tuna billfish biological biomass Brama by-catch caught cephalopods coastal decreased demersal depleted distribution dolphinfish driftnet Eastern Pacific EEZs FAO Fish Flyingfishes fully exploited Grand Banks Gulland hake High Seas Fishing high seas resources highly migratory species included increased Indian Ocean inshore island countries Japan king mackerel long-range fleets longline Longtail tuna marine turtles Mediterranean migrations miles million moderately exploited Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel North Pacific northern Northwest Atlantic oceanic horse mackerel oceanic sharks oceanic squids offshore Ommastrephidae overfishing Pacific Ocean Patagonian Shelf pelagic pomfrets potential purse-seine region Reported catches reported to FAO Republic of Korea Sauries Seerfishes shelf and slope skipjack South southern bluefin tuna Spain spawning species and straddling species listed squid status stock assessment straddling resources straddling stocks swordfish target Thunnus total catches Trachurus picturatus trawl tuna and tuna-like tuna-like species vessels yellowfin tuna