Armelle Jung

Armelle Jung
Des Requins et Des Hommes · Research

Master of Science

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Publications (47)
Technical Report
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Aim | The European Red List is a review of the conservation status of European species according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines. It identifies those species that are threatened with extinction at the regional level, so that appropriate conservation action can be taken to improve their status. This Red List publication summarises results fo...
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Deep-sea sharks play a valuable ecological role helping maintain food web balance, yet they are vulnerable to commercial fishing because of slow growth rates and low reproductive capacity. Overfishing of sharks can heavily impact marine ecosystems and the fisheries these support. Knowledge of stock structure is integral to sustainable management of...
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This document present the results of the EPPARTIY (Etude de le Pêcherie Palangrière de l’Ile d’Yeu) started in 2008 to stdy the French targeted porbeagle (Lamna nasus) fishery located in Yeu Island (Atlantic coast). The program developed by APECS (Assocaition Pour l’Etude et la Conservation des Sélaciens) and the CNPMEM (Comité National des Pêches...
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STECF review and advice on 2 ad hoc contracts aimed to quantify fishing activity with mobile bottom-contacting fishing gears that is deployed within marine protected areas, with respect to effort, catches and the first-sale value of the catches.
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Blue shark (Prionace glauca) is amongst the most abundant shark species in international trade, however this highly migratory species has little effective management and the need for spatio-temporal strategies increases, possibly involving the most vulnerable stage or sex classes. We combined 265,595 blue shark observations (capture or satellite ta...
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Sharks are among the oldest residents of the planet, they possess a unique value as top predators and constitute irreplaceable elements of marine ecosystems. Unfortunately, contemporary narratives widely presented in popular mainstream media have attached an utterly negative connotation to sharks, propagating an unsubstantiated and fabricated image...
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The twilight zone contains the largest biomass of the world’s ocean. Identifying its role in the trophic supply and contaminant exposure of marine megafauna constitutes a critical challenge in the context of global change. The white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) is a threatened species with some of the highest concentrations of neurotoxin methylme...
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The twilight zone contains the largest biomass of the world’s ocean. Identifying its role in the trophic supply and contaminant exposure of marine megafauna constitutes a critical challenge in the context of global change. The white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) is a threatened species with some of the highest concentrations of neurotoxin methylme...
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WKSTATUS was formed to address a Special Request from OSPAR to provide the scientific knowledge basis to prepare the OSPAR Quality Status Report 2023 (QSR2023). The group met online to review and update draft assessments for angel shark (Squatina squatina), basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus), common skate complex (common blue skate (Dipturus batis...
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The Mediterranean Large Elasmobranchs Monitoring (MEDLEM) database contains over 3000 records (more than 4000 individuals) of large elasmobranch species from 20 different countries around the Mediterranean and Black seas, observed from 1666 to 2017. The main species included in the archive are the devil fish (1 813 individuals), the basking shark (...
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ICES WGEF meets annually, with advice for a subset of stocks drafted in alternating years. Work in 2019 focused on those stocks for which it was an advisory year: (i) skate stocks in the North Sea ecoregion, the Azores and MAR; (ii) catsharks (Scyliorhinidae) in the Greater North Sea, Celtic Seas and Bay of Biscay and Iberian Coast ecoregions; (iii...
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Revision of EU fishing policy, International RFMO's advices, CITES and IUCN listing to select species defined as 'At Risk' and link them to their stock distribution to experiment the weight of their catches in fleet segment annual data.
Poster
• Four sawfish species inhabit Indonesian archipelago Narrow sawfish (Anoxypristis cuspidata) Dwarf sawfish (Pristis clavata) Largetooth sawfish (Pristis pristis) Green sawfish (Pristis zijsron). Indonesia is a country wide as a supra region, the fourth most populated naSon in the world and one of the top wildlife biodiversity hotspots on Earth. •...
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The ICES Working Group on Elasmobranch Fishes (Co-chairs, Samuel Shephard, Ire-land and Paddy Walker, Netherlands) was held at IPMA, Lisbon, Portugal from 31st May to 7th June 2016.
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Europe has a long tradition of exploiting marine fishes and is promoting marine economic activity through its Blue Growth strategy. This increase in anthropogenic pressure, along with climate change, threatens the biodiversity of fishes and food security. Here, we examine the conservation status of 1,020 species of European marine fishes and identi...
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Sawfish family (Pristidae) is recognized as one of the most in peril elasmobranch in the world. All species of sawfishes are listed as “Critically Endangered” or “Endangered” on the Red List from the IUCN and some populations considered as locally extinct. Due to their long rostrum, sawfishes are particularly vulnerable to fisheries and the high va...
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Sawfishes (Pristidae) are facing on of the most critical conservation issue worldwide despite the increase of their protection and research. In Western Africa, the two species (Pristis pristis and P. pectinata) are still present in localised areas that deserve more investigation. Biological and ecological knowledge of rare species is a thorny chall...
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Commission Decision of 25 February 2016 setting up a Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries, C(2016) 1084, OJ C 74, 26.2.2016, p. 4–10. The Commission may consult the group on any matter relating to marine and fisheries biology, fishing gear technology, fisheries economics, fisheries governance, ecosystem effects of fisheries, a...
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In 2014, the EU fishing fleet numbered 81 500 vessels with a combined gross tonnage (GT) of 1.6 million tonnes and engine power of 6.4 million kilowatts (kW). EU fleet capacity has continued to decrease steadily, at an average annual rate of 2% in terms of vessel numbers and engine power (kW) and 3% in terms of gross tonnage (GT). Based on data sub...
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Improving fishermen knowledge is a preliminary need before taking any fishery management measures. Awareness of conservation issues, stock level, over exploitation, biological issues is possible through Collaborative actions. Then Self-governance is possible (Orstom et al., 1992) With an adapted tool: Economical Games (or role play) have been creat...
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The velvet belly lantern shark, E. spinax is a small-sized deepwater shark, which is often captured as by-catch in commercial deep-water fisheries and discarded due to its low commercial value. A decline has been observed in some areas attributed to excessive fishing pressure. Despite being a commonly found shark, there is a lack of knowledge about...
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Aim | The European Red List is a review of the conservation status of European species according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines. It identifies those species that are threatened with extinction at the regional level, so that appropriate conservation action can be taken to improve their status. This Red List publication summarises results fo...
Technical Report
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Aim | The European Red List is a review of the conservation status of European species according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines. It identifies those species that are threatened with extinction at the regional level, so that appropriate conservation action can be taken to improve their status. This Red List publication summarises results fo...
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STECF Expert working groups EWG-14-12 / 14-21 were convened under STECF to assess balance indicators for key fleet segments, review national reports on Member States efforts to achieve balance between fleet capacity and fishing opportunities, and assess Action Plans submitted for fleet segments where Member States identified structural overcapacity...
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Pristidae (sawfishes) are actually considered as the most threatened elasmobranchs worldwide. From the five species currently described, 3 (Pristis pristis, P. pectinata, P. zjisrjon) are listed as Critically endangered and 2 (Anoxypristis custidata, P. clavata) as Endangered from the IUCN Red List 2013 assessment and their population encountered d...
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STECF acknowledges the intensive and thorough work performed by EWG 14-07. All three Terms of Reference have been fully addressed. The Annual Rep orts 2013 of 22 MS, excluding the Bulgarian Annual Report (withdrawn from evaluation),were revi ewed in relation to MS National Programme proposals for 2011-2013 or updates for 2013. As in previous years,...
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Sawfishes were known as common in Western Africa as far as being the banknote and coins symbol of the sub-regional money (CFA). Actually listed as critically endangered (IUCN Red List) the Pristis pristis and P. pectinata are still sporadically encountered in the area but poorly reported. Urgent action to standardize their encountered information (...
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STECF reviewed the report of the EWG - 12 - 11 held from September 24 – 28 2012 in Edinburgh and EWG - 12 - 21 held from 23 – 26 October 2012 in Barza di Ispra, during its Plenary meeting on November 5 - 9 in Brussels
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The pelagic thresher shark (Alopias pelagicus) is one of the largest and most abundant open ocean predators in the Eastern Tropical Pacific (ETP), and one of the most exploited shark in the sub-region. A. pelagicus has been classified as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List since 2004. Since 1994, there have been a progressive reduction of the landed v...
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The blue shark Prionace glauca and the silky shark Carcharhinus falciformis are the two main shark by-catch in pelagic longline and purse seine fisheries, respectively. The high market demand for shark fins is currently the main driver of unsustainable fishing for sharks globally, with potential effects on ecosystem trophic functioning through top-...
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The porbeagle shark (Lamna nasus) is a great pelagic shark, which has been fishing for its meat in the north east Atlantic Ocean since the ‘30s. Currently, the last targeted fishery in Europe is located on Yeu Island (France). Only some longliners fish this species. This seasonal and traditional drifting long line activity is very selective and occ...
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A population of porbeagle sharks (Lamna nasus) from the Northeast Atlantic Ocean bears a targeted fishery since the 60's. This seasonal and traditional drifting longline activity reveals decreasing landings for 15 years. A first TAC was introduced last December based on international scientific advice considering the life history of porbeagle shark...
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Basking shark sightings in French waters have been related for a long time and a little dedicated fishery took place in south Brittany from the middle of the 40’s until the end of the 80’s. Despite this occurrence of the species, very few studies have been conducted in France what led the APECS to begin a public sightings record scheme in 1997....
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In 1995, three censuses were carried out to assess the importance of the coastal seiners fleet of the north coast of the Java Island. According to these three censuses (March, June and November), the number of the coastal seiners varies from 1,580 to 1,660. The spatial distribution of the fishing units is characterised by an increasing gradient fro...
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This article offers a new approach of study about the fishing activity of the coastal seiners operating in the Java Sea. In 1995, about 20,100 investigations were carried out from some villages located along the north coast of the Isle of Java. From these investigations, the fishing activity of some individual fishing units is analyzed daily; it al...

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Bring collaborative expertise for European or international fisheries management.
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Evaluate the status of sawfishes in Indonesia