Field Report C–7
FISHCODE/MCS - GCP/INT/648/NOR
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Report of the national workshop on fisheries monitoring control and surveillance in support of fisheries management held in Goa, India, 12-17 February, 2001.
FAO/Norway programme of assistance to developing countries for the implementation of the code of conduct for responsible fisheries. Sub-programme C: Assistance to developing countries for upgrading their capabilities in Monitoring, Control and Surveillance. (FISHCODE). FI: GCP/INT/648/NOR: Field Report C-7 (En): 148p.
The other papers are more technical and cover an introduction to fisheries management, technical, operational, legal and personnel aspects of MCS, Vessel Monitoring Systems and mesh size measurements and regulations. One paper introduces aspects of observer and on-board sampling programmes. Finally an example is given of a SWOT analysis.
GCP/INT/648/NOR Field Report C–7
PREPARATION OF THIS DOCUMENT ABSTRACT WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS ANNEX I LIST OF PARTICIPANTS ANNEX II PROGRAMME ANNEX III RECOMMENDATIONS
PREPARATION OF THIS DOCUMENT
ANNEX I LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
ANNEX II PROGRAMME
ANNEX III RECOMMENDATIONS
ANNEX IV PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE WORKSHOP
ISSUES CONCERNING MARINE FISHERIES AND FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN INDIA
THE CODE OF CONDUCT FOR RESPONSIBLE FISHERIES – ITS APPLICATION TO THE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARINE FISHERIES IN INDIA
Y. S. Yadava
OVERVIEW OF ISSUES OF CONCERN TO FISHERIES MONITORING CONTROL AND SURVEILLANCE IN THE NORTHERN INDIAN OCEAN
SITUATION OF MCS IN MALAYSIA
Salehan Bin Lamin
PLATFORMS FOR MCS
VESSEL MONITORING SYSTEMS
FACTORS TO BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT IN THE DECISION ON MINIMUM MESH SIZES AND
THE MEASUREMENT OF MESH SIZE
OBSERVER AND LANDING SITE PROGRAMMES
LEGAL ASPECTS AND MONITORING CONTROL AND SURVEILLANCE
A. Van Houtte
NOTES ON LEGAL ISSUES AND ENFORCEMENT T. GARDNER