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Abdelmalek Faraj
Abdelmalek Faraj

Abdelmalek Farajhas been head of the Approaches and Methodologies laboratory since February 2004, the roles of this laboratory being to standardise and develop the methods used in INRH's work, including sampling protocols, data processing and the modelling. It is also responsible for assessing deep-water resources. He is an agronomist with a diploma from Montpellier (ENSAM) who joined INRH in 1998 to work on the direct assessment of demersal resources and in particular on the direct monitoring of octopus stocks using geostatistical methods for which he received advanced training at the Centre de Geostatistique at Fontainebleau (ENSMP) in 2001. His research subject include the geostatistical monitoring of the spatial dynamics and octopus fisheries for which he is preparing a doctoral thesis with the Centre de Geostatistique at Fontainebleau (ENSMP). He has participated in many scientific trawling surveys, both at national and regional level.

Institution :
National Institute of Fisheries Research
Liste des cas d'├ętudes :
Extrapolation of length frequencies
Stock identity
Length/age conversion
Data-poor models
Models for short living species
Environmental models
Abundance indices
Joint dynamic models (fishery model)
ISTAM meeting n┬░2
Website of the ISTAM project
ISTAM Kick off meeting
Training course on the R software
ISTAM meeting n┬░3
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