Member Type Non Governmental Organization
Science and Conservation of Fish Aggregations (SCRFA)
Science and Conservation of Fish Aggregations (SCRFA) was formed in 2000 to promote and facilitate conservation and management of fish aggregations, with a focus on spawning aggregations.
SCRFA participates in scientific, conservation and resource management communities, producing a diverse range of printed and visual materials, participation in workshops, international meetings, committees and other relevant forums. SCRFA has five Board Directors based in Hong Kong, Australia, Seychelles, Mexico, and US Virgin Islands.
SCRFA strives to work towards better protection and management of fish aggregations. We document aggregations in a global database, including providing their status and history. We also provide methods, guidelines and assistance for assessing, documenting, and managing aggregations and aggregating species, including education and awareness-raising.
- Society for the Conservation of Reef Fish Aggregations (GM 23)
- SCRFA Report to the 24th GM
- SCRFA Report to the 21st GM
- SCRFA Report to the 20th GM
- SCRFA Report to the 25th ICRI General Meeting
- SCRFA report to the 27th ICRI General Meeting
- SCRFA report to the 28th ICRI General Meeting
- SCRFA report to the 29th ICRI General Meeting
- Science and Conservation of Fish Aggregations report to the 32nd ICRI General Meeting
- SCRFA report to the 33rd ICRI General Meeting
Last Updated: 2 February 2022