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Report of the 2nd Workshop of the Tuna Compliance Network, 15-18 February 2018, Honiara, Solomon Islands
Category: Tuna & Biodiversity
Type of document: Reports
The Workshop’s main objective was to exchange information among the tuna RFMO Secretariats and with other experts on data management and reporting for compliance, and explore the scope for cooperation and rationalizing work processes in this area. In addition, the Workshop provided space for discussion of other topics of relevance to officers responsible for compliance, such as developments in compliance assessment procedures, transshipment, and initiatives to identify best practices in fisheries monitoring, control and surveillance (MCS).
Report of the Workshop on WCPFC Bycatch Mitigation Problem-Solving, 28-30 May 2018, Nouméa, New Caledonia
Category: Tuna & Biodiversity
Type of document: Reports
The workshop is part of the effort to introduce the BMIS to potential users and demonstrate its utility in supporting science-based fisheries management. It was designed to work through various bycatch issues using the BMIS, SPC resources, and participants’ national fisheries knowledge and experience.
Report of the Common Oceans Seabird Bycatch Data Preparation Workshop, 20-24 Feb 2018, Cusco, Peru
Category: Tuna & Biodiversity
Type of document: Reports
The objective of the workshop was to enhance collective understanding of the options and challenges in analysing seabird bycatch data. This meeting is part of the seabird bycatch component of the CO project and was convened as part of the process of achieving the overall goals of the project
Report of the discussions regarding data availability and preliminary work plan, 14-15 December 2017, Cabo Frio, Brazil
Category: Tuna & Biodiversity
Type of document: Reports
This report focuses specifically on discussions between BirdLife South Africa staff representing the Common Oceans project, and participants at the Brazil National Awareness Workshop (NAW), held 14-15 December 2017 in Cabo Frio, Brazil. The outcomes presented here are the result of discussions conducted in parallel with the general session of the NAW; a full Workshop Report is available elsewhere, this report covers discussions relating to the data availability and proposed analytical approaches by Brazilian researchers in support of the goals of the Seabird Bycatch Assessment (SBA).
Report of the discussions regarding data availability and preliminary work plan, 26 January 2018, Busan, Republic of Korea
Category: Tuna & Biodiversity
Type of document: Reports
This report focusses specifically on discussions relating to the data availability and proposed analytical work relating to the goals of the Common Oceans and BirdLife International (CO,BLI) project on seabird bycatch assessment. The discussions were held between the BirdLife seabird assessment project team members and members of the Republic of Korea (ROK) National Institute for Fisheries Science (NIFS).
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