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Nicolas Gutierrez
- PhD Fisheries. Livelihoods. Sustainabilty. Seafood for this and next generations. Tweets are my own 🇺🇾
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Katie Longo Feb 22
Last week! postdoc in my Research team (based at office in either London, Seattle, or DC) pls circulate
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Beth Fulton Feb 16
Love tuna? Interested in fisheries? Population dynamics your idea of a fun thing to do? Then the CSIRO may have a job for you! Check out the advert at
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Trevor A. Branch Jan 29
New associate prof. position at Rutgers, incl. being director of the Rutgers Marine Field Station
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Craig Lawson Jan 27
Worth millions of💲but status on many deep-sea fisheries are still lacking data or unknown⁉️ Weak or absent incentives to fish sustainably also make deep-sea fishing very complex to manage. Today, at ABNJ Deep-Sea Project we go over progress and plan ahead. ↗️🐟
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Nicolas Gutierrez Jan 17
Replying to @kazaalexander
Agree yet worth to ask what have social scientists done or haven’t done to change that? Always easier to blame the system.
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Trevor A. Branch Jan 16
Freshwater biodiversity is declining dramatically: To reverse this we need to increase water flow (dams), improve water quality, protect habitat, ensure harvest is sustainable, control species invasions, and restore river connectivity--Abigail Lynch
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Nicolas Gutierrez Jan 15
Replying to @SustainFishUW
We all wish was that easy. A fundamental step is missing: incentives, strong governance and political will to implement and enforce the instructed management
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Kimberly Sullivan Jan 14
Bye bye ❄️🌨️☃️. Join our team in warmer climes! IOTC is seeking a Senior Officer to join its team in the Seychelles. Details below. Good luck!
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Manuel Barange Jan 14
DYW to work for ? We are looking for a Compliance Manager for IOTC, based in Seychelles (UN P5 scale).
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Nicolas Gutierrez Jan 15
Fisheries mgt works if properly designed / implemented (as seen mostly in developed countries, industrial fisheries). We now have the obligation / need of supporting developing countries and so critical for poorer regions to move in that direction!
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Manuel Barange Jan 14
This paper, as the symposium of Nov 2019 also did, demonstrates that investment in fisheries management pays for itself. Looking forward to the press highlighting this paper in their front pages this week!
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Nicolas Gutierrez Jan 15
Agreed
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Manuel Barange Jan 14
Very important paper with contribution. works; if countries invest in programmes they will reap results. Funding for these programmes has declined in recent times- we need to change this trend to support currently un-assessed stocks
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Trevor A. Branch Jan 13
In ocean regions that are intensively managed, fisheries are recovering and harvest rates going down: one key result from a milestone fisheries paper out today, led by (incl. me!)
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Nicolas Gutierrez Jan 14
This is exactly why we need to change the negative narrative about fisheries by compiling the kind of evidence Ray et al did. It is NOT about finding a problem for every solution but about identifying and promoting the solutions that have solved a problem.
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Manuel Barange Jan 5
New publication out: Decision-making and economics of to in the and sector. PDF Available: .
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Nicolas Gutierrez Dec 20
That’s a wrap! Capacity development events on stock assessment are important, but continuous programs that sustain long-term technical capacity and institutional buy-in are ultimately more effective. Let’s work on that
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Trevor A. Branch Dec 17
What do you do when your fisheries stock assessment* is rejected? Lessons from 7 places of what to do next. *These are models used to give advice on sustainable catch limits... so the limits still have to be set even if they are rejected
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Nicolas Gutierrez Dec 17
2nd day of training on stock assessment for data-limited fisheries in Latin America. 50:50 gender balance ✅ and inland fisheries included ✅ 📈🐠🦐🐟🦀
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Nicolas Gutierrez Dec 16
Comenzando capacitación regional en evaluación de recursos pesqueros en situaciones de datos limitados - Ciudad de Panamá
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