by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English
|Series||FAO fisheries report -- no. 519.|
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
Get this from a library! Report of the Expert Consultation on Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fish Trade: Silver Spring, United States of America, January [Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.;] -- The tenth session of the FAO Committee on Fisheries Sub-Committee on Fish Trade (COFI:FT), which met from 30 May to 2 June , recommended that . FISHERIES MANAGEMENT 2. The ecosystem approach to fisheries to fisheries FAO TECHNICAL GUIDELINES FOR RESPONSIBLE FISHERIES 4 ISSN Suppl. 2. FISHERIES MANAGEMENT FOODANDAGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS based on the draft developed during the Expert Consultation on Ecosystem-based Fisheries Management, File Size: KB. The Expert Consultation sought to further develop understanding of the management of deep-sea fisheries and endeavoured to advance guidance on potential technical guidelines for the conservation and management of deep-sea fisheries. The Expert Consultation is the first of a number of activities addressing issues of high-seas deep-sea fisheries. It was organized following the United Nations General Assembly call to initiate elaboration of guidelines for catch documentation schemes (CDSs) (paragraph 68 of the UN General Assembly Resolution on Sustainable Fisheries of 9 December ). The present document is the report of the Consultation.
The last decade has seen growing concern at the uncertain effectiveness of most fisheries assessment and management approaches as reflected by trends in global landing statistics published by FAO. These imply full exploitation of the majority of fishery resources and a serious overcapitalization of fleets at the global level. Projected increases in demand, future prices for fisheries products. An updated draft Reef Long-Term Sustainability Plan (the Plan) was released for a six-week public consultation period from 19 August to 30 September The outcomes of this consultation will inform the finalisation of the updated Reef Plan. A final updated Plan is . The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is the UK's main agency for funding research in engineering and the physical sciences. EPSRC invests around £ million a year in research and postgraduate training, to help the nation handle . Report illegal fishing - CRIMFISH; Environment and research. Science and Research; Advice for researchers; Protected Species Management; Reducing bycatch; Harvest strategies; Ecological risk management strategies; Fishing closures; Sharing the ocean with others; Petroleum industry consultation with the commercial fishing industry; Social.
Under U.S. law, NOAA Fisheries is responsible for managing marine fisheries within the U.S. exclusive economic zone, the million-square-mile zone that extends from 3 to nautical miles off the coast of the United States. Individual states are generally responsible for fishery management from their coastline out to three miles. What is the Common Fisheries Policy? The CFP is a set of rules for managing European fishing fleets and for conserving fish stocks. Designed to manage a common resource, it gives all European fishing fleets equal access to EU waters and fishing grounds and allows fishermen to compete fairly. Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Centre (SEAFDEC), under its Marine Fisheries Research Department (MFRD) Programmes, has initiated and implemented a project on the Cold Chain Management of Seafood from , of which this set of guidelines were developed in close consultation with the ASEANSEAFDEC member countries. not available would be the use of expert consultation and judgement rather than the use of mathematical formula for data imputation. The use of expert judgement is a critical factor as the indicator asses the state of management/ policy implementation at a national level, not values that could be readily inputted. • At regional and global levels.