Report of the seventh North Pacific Albacore Workshop
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Report of the seventh North Pacific Albacore Workshop
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    This is the report of the 7th North Pacific Albacore Workshop. The North Pacific Albacore Workshop series originated in 1974 with an informal agreement on a joint exchange of research results for North Pacific albacore resources. The original agreement, between the Southwest Fisheries Center (SWFC, United States) and Far Seas Fisheries Research Laboratory (FSFRL,Japan) was extended in 1982 to include the Pacific Biological Station (PBS, Canada). The 7th North Pacific Albacore Workshop was held in La Jolla at the Southwest Fisheries Center, May 20-25, 1982. Scientists from Japan, Canada, Korea and the United States participated. High utilization of the albacore resource and development of new fisheries combined with expansion of existing fisheries underscore the need to better understand the biology and dynamics of the North Pacific albacore resource. Participants at the workshop (Appendix A) were welcomed by Dr. Izadore Barrett, Director of the Southwest Fisheries Center, who expressed his interest in the albacore resource and his appreciation of the research done.A working agenda was adopted and 13 working papers* (Appendix B) were presented to the workshop.
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