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Quota advice for 2014 for Arctic stocks

The International Council of the Exploration of the Seas (ICES) has published the quota advice for 2014 for the demersal fish stocks in the Barents Sea and along the Norwegian coast north of 62° N: Norteast Arctic cod, saithe, haddok and greenland halibut and beaked redfish, golden redfish and Norwegian coastal cod.   

Northeast Arctic cod

Recommended TAC 2014: 993 000 tonnes
Recommended TAC 2013: 940 000 tonnes
Agreed TAC 2013: 1 000 000 tonnes
 

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Northeast Arctic haddock

Recommended TAC 2014: 150 000 tonnes
Recommended TAC 2013: 238 000 tonnes
Agreed TAC 2013: 200 000 tonnes

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Norwegian coastal cod north of 62° N

Advice 2014: Follow the rebuilding plan
Advice 2013: Follow the rebuilding plan
Agreed TAC 2013 : 21 000 tonnes

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Northeast Arctic saithe

Recommended TAC 2014: 140 000 tons
Recommended TAC 2013: 164 000 tons
Agreed TAC 2013: 140 425 tons
 

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Beaked redfish (Sebastes mentella) ICES areas I and II

Recommended TAC 2014: not to exceed 24 000 tonnes
Recommended TAC 2013: not to exceed 47 000 tonnes
NEAFC TAC 2013: 19 500 tonnes

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Sebastes marinus in ICES areas I and II

Recommended TAC 2014: zero
Recommended TAC 2013: zero
Landings in 2012: 5 500 tonnes
 

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Greenland halibut

Advice 2014: below 15 000 tonnes landings
Advice 2013: below 15 000 tonnes landings
Agreed TAC 2013: 19 000 tonnes landings

 

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Capelin off Iceland and Jan Mayen

For the season 2013/2014 ICES adviced no fishery, until new information on stock size becomes available that predicts SSB to be above the escapement threshold of 400 000 tonnes. After a survey in September–October 2013 a TAC was set at 160000 tonnes. The norwegian share of this is 40 869 tonnes.
 

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