rate of exploitation
The fraction, by number, of the fish in a population at a given time, which is caught and killed by man during the year immediately following. The term may also be applied to separate parts of the stock distinguished by size, sex, etc. Also called: fishing coefficient.

Fisheries — dictionary. . 2004.

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