Fisheries Resources Steering Group



FRSGFRSGTruePatrick LynchSCICOM-ACOMpatrick.lynch@noaa.govFisheries Resources Steering Group

​Securing a sufficient and sustainable supply of seafood from wild-capture fisheries relies on the effective development and management of these fisheries based on scientific evidence.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Fisheries Resources Steering Group (FRSG) is responsible for guiding and supporting expert groups that are working on advisory-related and science topics contributing to the management of wild-capture fisheries.

Topics covered include:

  • single-species and multi-species stock assessment, including data-limited methods.
  • management strategy evaluations, addressing uncertainty, and improving the transparency, robustness, efficiency and repeatability of stock assessment
  • operationalisation of ecosystem-based fishery management and maximum sustainable yield concepts and their application in mixed, multispecies and emerging fisheries
  • fisheries spatial dynamics, mixed fishery interactions and responses to management measures
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​P​atrick Lynch, FRSG Chair

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