Global Fishing Watch partners with leading scientific institutions to produce new open-source datasets and analyses and understand the most critical challenges facing our ocean.
Global Fishing Watch is promoting transparency of ocean data towards a new era of ocean governance all over the world.
Data advances understanding of global squid fishing fleets
While illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing has been recognized as a global problem that threatens ocean ecosystems, sustainable fisheries and economic security, unregulated activity has received less attention.
Rise in Unregulated Squid Fishing Poses Challenges—and An Opportunity
Highly mobile fisheries present more possibilities for data-driven approach to inform regulation.
Where is your squid coming from? Most likely unregulated waters, according to a new international study
New research fuses multiple data sources to advance understanding of the expanding footprint of global squid fleets Scientists and policymakers have voiced growing concerns about the decline of global squid stocks, but little has been
New Fusion of Global Datasets Advances Understanding of Vessel Identity and Activity
Novel research provides new tool to improve global fisheries oversight Illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing accounts for up to $23.5 billion every year and is enabled by vessels frequently changing their name, flag State