Database Systems
Regional Tuna Fisheries Databases
Thursday, 25 June 2009 16:02


The SPC-OFP is responsible for the development and maintenance of the collective regional tuna fisheries database which provides both direct and in-direct benefits to their member countries.  


The collective regional tuna fisheries databases comprise nine types of fishery data



Observer Trip Viewer System
Tuesday, 12 October 2010 15:01


The Observer Trip Viewer System and the Observer Database Query System (ORSE) allow member countries to view processed observer data and extract summaries of observer data in tabular, graphical or mapping formats via a comprehensive reporting menu.  Summary reports can be produced at the observer trip level or by querying their entire member-country observer database.

Wednesday, 12 August 2009 14:20

TUFMAN (Tuna Fisheries Database Management System) is a database tool developed for Pacific Island Countries to manage their tuna fishery data. It provides for data entry, data management, data quality control, administration, and reporting. The system is the same throughout the region but is highly customizable and setup specifically for the needs of each of the individual countries. It has been developed over many years and has evolved from a simple system to one that is becoming a comprehensive tuna data management tool.

Catch and Effort Query System (CES)
Tuesday, 12 October 2010 11:27

The Catch and Effort Query System (CES) is a menu-driven system that interfaces which allows member countries to extract summaries of operational logsheet data, aggregate public-domain catch and effort data, and annual catch estimates.
The CES system also has a comprehensive mapping sub-system (based on Mapinfo engine) which allows users to produce maps of catch, effort and CPUE (catch per unit effort) using numerous parameter categories.  CES is commonly used to produce tables, graphs and maps for member-country National Fisheries Reports
TUFMAN Video Training resources
Tuesday, 11 August 2009 15:51

This Training page provides users with a simple guide on how to use TUFMAN, through a series of video lessons corresponding to each component within TUFMAN.
This training tool also provides guidelines on best practice data management procedures using TUFMAN (which includes topics such as data coverage and quality) to ensure the report outputs will be as representative as possible.



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