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The National Marine Fisheries Service NMFS provides access to fisheries statistics and historical data, Prepared through collaborative efforts between NMFS and regional partners.
The Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission (GSMFC) is an organization of the five states (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida), whose coastal waters are the Gulf of Mexico.
Atlantic Coastal Cooperative Statistics Program is a cooperative state-federal program to design, implement and conduct marine fisheries statistics data collection programs and to integrate those data into a single data management system that will meet the needs of fishery managers, scientists and fishermen.
The Pacific Fisheries Information Network (PacFIN) is the nation's first regional fisheries data network. Funded by a grant from the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), PacFIN is a joint federal and state project focused on fisheries data collection and information management. PacFIN provides timely and accurate data to aid effective management of fisheries and fishery resources.
The Alaska Fisheries Information Network (AKFIN) supports the data needs of fisheries analysts and economists by consolidating commercial fisheries data and dispensing that data upon request.
The Western Pacific Fisheries Information Network (WPacFIN) program provides access to best available fisheries data from the Western Pacific Region to support fisheries management in that region.
Great Lakes
Great Lakes commercial fishery landings data are courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey, Great Lakes Science Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan. These data report the round (live) weight of all landed finfish captured by U.S. fishermen.
NOAA Fisheries Service���s Southwest Fisheries Science Center (SWFSC) conducts scientific research to support the management and conservation of domestic and international living marine resources.