Humanity's growing demand for seafood is met in part by harvesting of wild stocks. VIMS researchers help illuminate and guide efforts to monitor, restore, and sustainably manage wild fisheries.

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Five Most Recent Journal Articles
  1. Thanassekos, S. and A. M. Scheld, 2020. Simulating the effects of environmental and market variability on fishing industry structure. Ecological Economics, 174:
  2. Scheld, A. M., et al., 2020. Quantifying the behavioral and economic effects of regulatory change in a recreational cobia fishery. Fisheries Research, 224:
  3. Huynh, Q. C., et al., 2020. Comparisons of mean length-based mortality estimators and age-structured models for six southeastern US stocks. Ices Journal of Marine Science, 77: 162-173.
  4. Hart, D. R., et al., 2020. Spillover of sea scallops from rotational closures in the Mid-Atlantic Bight (United States). Ices Journal of Marine Science, 77: 1992-2002.
  5. Goldsmith, W. M., et al., 2020. Decision-making in a mixed commercial-recreational fishery for Atlantic bluefin tuna. Marine Policy, 115:

Read a full list of VIMS-authored journal articles related to fisheries.