Fisheries and Resources Monitoring System

Patagonian toothfish - South Georgia
Marine Resource  Observation Sheet
Resource report 2015
Patagonian toothfish - South Georgia
Fact Sheet Citation  
Dissostichus eleginoides - Subarea 48.3
Owned byCommission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) – More
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FAO Names: en - Patagonian toothfish, fr - Légine australe, es - Austromerluza negra, ru - Клыкач патагонский

Fishery Indicators
Production: Catch
Geographic extent of Patagonian toothfish - South Georgia
Main Descriptors
Considered a single stock: Yes        Spatial Scale: Regional
Management unit: Yes        Reference year: 2015
Biological State and Trend

For information on current biological state and trend, please refer to the latest CCAMLR Fishery Report indicated in the bibliography.
Habitat and Biology
Climatic zone: Polar.   Depth zone: Abyssal ( >1000m).   Horizontal distribution: Oceanic.   Vertical distribution: Demersal.  

Water Area Overview
Spatial Scale: Regional

Geo References
Resource Structure
Considered a single stock: Yes
Southern Ocean Toothfish fishery - South Georgia (Subarea 48.3)
Fishery Indicators
TypeMeasureValueUnitTime period
ProductionCatch 2195tonnes2015
Catch 2180tonnes2014
Catch 2094tonnes2013
Catch 1806tonnes2012
Catch 1763tonnes2011
Catch 2519tonnes2010
Catch 3382tonnes2009
Catch 3864tonnes2008
Catch 3539tonnes2007
Catch 3535tonnes2006
Catch 3034tonnes2005
Catch 4497tonnes2004
Catch 7528tonnes2003
Catch 5742tonnes2002
Catch 4047tonnes2001
Catch 4904tonnes2000
Catch 3627tonnes1999
Catch 3201tonnes1998
Catch 3812tonnes1997
Catch 3602tonnes1996
Catch 3371tonnes1995
Catch 658tonnes1994
Catch 3020tonnes1993
Catch 3809tonnes1992
Catch 1756tonnes1991
Catch 6785tonnes1990
Catch 7060tonnes1989
Catch 876tonnes1988
Catch 1954tonnes1987
Catch 733tonnes1986
Catch 521tonnes1985
Catch 268tonnes1984
Catch 218tonnes1983
Catch 324tonnes1982
Catch 175tonnes1981
Catch 100tonnes1980
Catch 219tonnes1979
Catch 649tonnes1978
Catch 497tonnes1977

Biennial assessment and review
Assessment Model
Type:  Others

Ecosystem-based, precautionary approach based on fishery, observer and research data.
Management unit: Yes
Fishery Report 2015: Dissostichus eleginoides South Georgia (Subarea 48.3)  Click to open
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