Scientist Doug Butterworth on the Benefits of Harvest Strategies

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Scientist Doug Butterworth on the Benefits of Harvest Strategies

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Professor Emeritus Doug Butterworth of the University of Cape Town in South Africa is one of the world’s most influential fisheries scientists. In this video, he speaks about the value of harvest strategies in fisheries management and why it is critical for tuna regional fisheries management organizations to implement these science-based management tools. 

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