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fully exploited
(English) State when removal of individuals is equal to the number of recruits entering the fishery (deaths = births). In fisheries management this is the point where the population curve is at the maximum sustainable yield (MSY) and any further increase in effort will lead to overfishing. (See also: maximum sustainable yield, recruitment, fishing effort)
exploitation équilibrée
(French) √Čtat o√Ļ le pr√©l√®vement des individus est √©gal au nombre de recrues int√©grant la p√™cherie (morts = naissances). Dans la gestion des p√™ches, c'est le point o√Ļ la courbe de la population est au rendement maximum soutenable (MSY) et toute augmentation suppl√©mentaire de l'effort de p√™che conduira √† la surp√™che. (See also: maximum sustainable yield, recruitment, fishing effort)

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