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Dr. Yimin Ye is a Senior Fishery Resources Officer at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. In this role he is leading the FAO assessment program of global marine fishery resources and responsible for a diverse range of fishery assessment, management and policy programs in a large number of countries around the world. He completed his PhD in fishery assessment and management at Imperial College, UK and worked with Shanghai Ocean University, China, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Australia. He has published about 60 peer-reviewed papers, and the most recent are “The global overview of marine fishery resources” and “Rebuilding global fisheries: the World Summit Goal, costs and benefits”.
Fishery stock assessment, designing of fishery management plans, harvest strategies, use of indicators and reference points in fisheries and ecosystem management, ecosystem approach to fisheries, assessment and sustainability of global marine fishery resources, global fishery policy, deep-sea fisheries, and impact of climate change on fish resources and fisheries.