immobilien-florida.net/tmp/map7.php The carrying Idea of this project is the investigation of the dynamics of the elements that cause fleet dynamics: the technological advances in both gears and vessel equipment, and also the overall tactical adaptation of fishing vessels. How do they occur? Why do they occur? What are their consequences on the resource and their socio-economics? VIgo, U. The regional management of fisheries in European Western Waters. Marine Policy, Merino, G. Improving the performance of a Mediterranean demersal fishery toward economic objectives beyond MSY.
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Curtin Confronting the implementation of marine ecosystem-based management within the Common Fisheries Policy reform. A novel and simple approach to define artisanal fisheries in Europe, Marine Policy, 44, pp. Lazkano, I. Past and future management of a collapsed fishery: the bay of Biscay Anchovy.
Natural Resource Modeling, 26, pp. Murillas, A. Murua Agricultural and Resource Economics, Vol 13, No 2. Pascual, M.
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A review of EU bio-economic models for fisheries: The value of a diversity of models. Marine Policy, 36, pp.
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Ecological Economics, 70, pp. Buiskman, E. CEVIS assesses potential innovations for European fisheries management regimes in respect to four general management objectives: biological robustness; economic efficiency; the cost effectiveness of management activities; and socia robustness. CEVIS examines four types of regime-level innovations: the use of participatory approaches to fisheries governance; rights-based regimes; effort-control regimes and decision-rule systems.
The central research objectives of CEVIS are expressed by four disciplinary, cross-case work packages that focus on the implications of these types of innovations for the general management objectives in four case studies in the EU and the Faroe Islands. Before these case studies begin the research will take a close look at cases of innovative fisheries management in other developed countries.
Visits will be made to four places outside the EU that have similar fisheries and have implemented these four types of innovations.