controls
various measures that managers impose to regulate fishing; may be effort controls or catch controls, depending on what they intend to regulate

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • controls —    Samples of predetermined concentration (known or unknown to the analyst) treated as unknowns in an assay. Controls are included as part of quality control for each test run …   Forensic science glossary

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