by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English
|Series||FAO fisheries report -- no. 434.|
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
Expert Consultation on Large-Scale Pelagic Driftnet Fishing By Rome (Italy). Direccion de Politicas y Planificacion Pesqueras FAO, FIP and, Rome (Italy), Apr FAO () Report of the expert consultation on large-scale pelagic driftnet fishing. FAO Fish. Rep. No. 78 pp. FAO (a) Report of the technical consultation on high seas fishing. FAO Fish. Rep. No. 85 pp. + supp. Report. Expert Consultation on Large-Scale Pelagic Driftnet Fishing By Rome (Italy). Div. des Politiques et de la Planification de la Peche FAO, FIP and Apr Rome (Italy) Consultation d'Experts sur la Peche aux Grands Filets Pelagiques Derivants. This report covers the issues addressed by United Nations General Assembly resolution 52/29 and which was adopted by the Assembly on 26 November , namely large-scale pelagic drift-net fishing, unauthorized fishing in the zones of national jurisdiction and on the high seas; fisheries by-catch and discards; and other developments.
FAO (). Report of the Expert Consultation on Large-scale Pelagic Driftnet Fishing. FAO ()p. FAO (a). Environment and sustainability in fisheries. COFI Document COFI/91/3: (2nd Draft). December FO:RAS/85/ p. FAO (b). Draft global strategy and agenda for action. Driftnets in the Bulgarian marine zone and inland waters are discussed in the present case report. Consultations and questionnaires with relevant bodies, fishery responsible authorities, and research institutes took place during The first driftnet fishery identified is the Bulgarian fishery for Atlantic bonito (Sardasarda). There are a total of vessels, the majority of which are less. Report of the Expert Consultation on Large-Scale Pelagic Driftnet Fishing, Report FAO Fisheries, Rome. 4. Wright A, Doulman DJ. Drift-net fishing in the South Pacific: from controversy to management. Mar. Policy ; – Article Google Scholar 5. Richards AH. Report of the expert consultation on large-scale pelagic driftnet fishing, Rome, Italy, 2–6 April FAO Fish. Rep. 78p. Frazier, J.G., and J.L. Brito Montero, Incidental capture of marine turtles by the swordfish fishery at San Antonio, Chile, Marine Turtle Newsletter –
The concept of responsible fisheries and the possibility of elaborating guidelines or a code of practice for responsible fisheries that would take into account all the relevant technical, socio-economic and environmental factors was first raised by the Session of the Committee on Fisheries (COFI) during its discussions about large-scale pelagic driftnet fishing. The problem has been recognized in the report of the FAO Expert Consultation on Large Scale Pelagic Driftnet Fishing (FAO19 para. 74). The second criterion implies that fishing does not disturb significantly the food chain. There are two problems there. Report of the Expert Consultation on. Large Scale Pelagic Driftnet Fishing, Report FAO Fish- resulting in large-scale fishery closures. Fishing, in addition to simply removing biomass. Suzuki, T., Description of Japanese pelagic driftnet fisheries and related information. In Report of the expert consultation on large-scale pelagic driftnet fishing. FAO Appendix H, 37– Tsunoda, L.M., Observations on board a Japanese, high-seas, squid gillnet vessel in the North Pacific Ocean, July 1-Aug