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Fisheries biologist

Alvaro Juan Abella, Italian fisheries biologist. Achievements include new methods for the estimation of natural mortality rates for fish; new approaches for stock assessment in data-poor situations. Member International Council Exploration of Mediterranean Sea.

Background

Abella, Alvaro Juan was born on June 18, 1949 in Montevideo, Uruguay. Arrived in Italy, 1981. Son of Bolivar Abella and Maria Carmen Garcia.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Biological Sciences, University of the Republic, Montevideo, 1974.

Career

Assistant zoological department University of the Republic, 1974. Chief demersal resources National Fisheries Institute (INAPE), Montevideo, 1975-1981. Researcher National Research Council, Mazzra del Vallo, Italy, 1982-1986.

Senior consultant Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, 1986-1989. Chief stock assessment division Fisheries Institute (C.R.I.P.), Livorno, Italy, 1989-1996. Chief population dynamics division Regional Agency Protection of Tuscan Environment, Italy, since 1996.

Achievements

  • Achievements include new methods for the estimation of natural mortality rates for fish. New approaches for stock assessment in data-poor situations.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor over 70 articles to international professional journals, including Aquatic Living Resources, Fisheries Research, Journal National History, others.

Membership

Member International Council Exploration of Mediterranean Sea.

Connections

Married Loredana Velia Vaccaro, December 26, 1974. Children: Ines, Nicolas, Marcos.

father:
Bolivar Abella

mother:
Maria Carmen Garcia

spouse:
Loredana Velia Vaccaro

children:
Ines Abella

Nicolas Abella

Marcos Abella