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    This Persistence index of juveniles of Merluccius merluccius in the Portuguese continental coast was calculated following Colloca et al. (2015) for project Minouw. Using data from PT-IBTS (2002-2011), geostatistical methods were performed for each year. Density hot spots were outlined on the annual maps using Hot Spot Analysis (Getis-Ord Gi*) and persistente zone of undersized indivuduals was calculated for the overlapped years. More information on Technical report: Science, Technology, and Society Initiative to Minimize Unwanted Catches in European Fisheries WP1. Ecological, socioeconomic and technical characteristics of discarding fisheries Deliverable 1.2 GIS maps (juveniles) Responsible beneficiary: 1 -CSIC Contractual due date: month 24 Dissemination level: PUBLIC Report Status: FINAL Actual submission

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    This Persistence index of juveniles of Trachurus spp. in the Portuguese continental coast was calculated following Colloca et al. (2015) for project Minouw. Using data from PT-IBTS (2002-2011), geostatistical methods were performed for each year. Density hot spots were outlined on the annual maps using Hot Spot Analysis (Getis-Ord Gi*) and persistente zone of undersized indivuduals was calculated for the overlapped years. More information on Technical report: Science, Technology, and Society Initiative to Minimize Unwanted Catches in European Fisheries WP1. Ecological, socioeconomic and technical characteristics of discarding fisheries Deliverable 1.2 GIS maps (juveniles) Responsible beneficiary: 1 -CSIC Contractual due date: month 24 Dissemination level: PUBLIC Report Status: FINAL Actual submission

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    This Persistence index of juveniles of Parapenaeus longirostris in the Portuguese continental coast was calculated following Colloca et al. (2015) for project Minouw. Using data from PT-IBTS (2002-2011), geostatistical methods were performed for each year. Density hot spots were outlined on the annual maps using Hot Spot Analysis (Getis-Ord Gi*) and persistente zone of undersized indivuduals was calculated for the overlapped years. More information on Technical report: Science, Technology, and Society Initiative to Minimize Unwanted Catches in European Fisheries WP1. Ecological, socioeconomic and technical characteristics of discarding fisheries Deliverable 1.2 GIS maps (juveniles) Responsible beneficiary: 1 -CSIC Contractual due date: month 24 Dissemination level: PUBLIC Report Status: FINAL Actual submission

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    This Persistence index of juveniles of Mullus spp. in the Portuguese continental coast was calculated following Colloca et al. (2015) for project Minouw. Using data from PT-IBTS (2002-2011), geostatistical methods were performed for each year. Density hot spots were outlined on the annual maps using Hot Spot Analysis (Getis-Ord Gi*) and persistente zone of undersized indivuduals was calculated for the overlapped years. More information on Technical report: Science, Technology, and Society Initiative to Minimize Unwanted Catches in European Fisheries WP1. Ecological, socioeconomic and technical characteristics of discarding fisheries Deliverable 1.2 GIS maps (juveniles) Responsible beneficiary: 1 -CSIC Contractual due date: month 24 Dissemination level: PUBLIC Report Status: FINAL Actual submission

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    FAO Major Fishing Areas for Statistical Purposes are arbitrary areas, the boundaries of which were determined in consultation with international fishery agencies on various considerations, including (i) the boundary of natural regions and the natural divisions of oceans and seas; (ii) the boundaries of adjacent statistical fisheries bodies already established in inter-governmental conventions and treaties; (iii) existing national practices; (iv) national boundaries; (v) the longitude and latitude grid system; (vi) the distribution of the aquatic fauna; and (vii) the distribution of the resources and the environmental conditions within an area. The rationale of the FAO Major Fishing Areas has been that the areas should, as far as possible, coincide with the areas of competence of other fishery commissions when existing. This system facilitates comparison of data, and improves the possibilities of cooperation in statistical matters in general.

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    The ICES Statistical Areas delineates the divisions and subdivisions of FAO Major Fishing area 27. The ICES Statistical Areas are used as bounding areas for calculation of fish statistics, e.g. catch per unit effort (CPUE) and stock estimates.