To showcase and increase awareness of Earth observation information for sustainable fisheries management, GEO Blue Planet hosted a workshop series focused on the use of Earth observations for sustainable tuna fisheries. GEO Blue Planet invites relevant stakeholders, including those involved in tuna RFMOs, fisheries management councils, technical experts and others to discuss the integration of EO in sustainable fisheries management.
Here you can find all the recordings of the different sessions.
Session 1 – Climate change impacts on tuna fisheries
Large scale distribuition of tuna and billfishes in a warming ocean
Session 2 – Sustainable fisheries management of tuna – challenges and solutions
Sustainable tuna fisheries management in the ABNJ – a personal perspective
Sustainable fisheries management in the Eastern Pacific Ocean (EPO)
Sustainable tuna fisheries management: challenges and solutions the ICCAT prospective
Session 3 – Improving sustainable tuna management and biodiversity conservation through Earth observation data
Integrating Earth observation data in ocean ecosystem modelling for improving sustainable tuna management and biodiversity conservation
Turtlewatch – reducing protected species interaction?
Improving sustainable tuna management and biodiversity conservation through EO data
Session 4 – Earth observation data to reduce Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing
EO data for detection and monitoring of vessels activities to reduce IUU fishing
Exact Earth’s satellite tracking techonology and fishing applications
Protecting fishery resources using a suite of spaceborne sensors
Integrating EO data and certifications for reducing IUU fishing towards a sustainable seafood production
Session 5 – Earth observation data for habitat mapping and operational forecasting systems for tuna
EO for habitat mapping and operation forecasting systems for tuna
Monitoring the eastern tropical Pacific tuna fishing from space
The COVERAGE project & thematic demonstration application: High seas tuna fisheries in relation to the environment