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Sustainable Management of Bycatch in Latin America and Caribbean Trawl Fisheries (REBYC-II LAC)
The main objectives of the Work Planning Workshop of the Sustainable Management of Bycatch in Latin America and Caribbean Trawl Fisheries (REBYC-II LAC) project (www.fao.org/in-action/rebyc- 2/en/) were to (i) revise and specify the 2015–2016 national and regional workplans; (ii) review and agree on the financial, administrative, and managerial aspects of the project and...
20/08/2018
The processing of fish leads to a significant removal of parts of the fish, such as heads, bones, guts, etc., these parts can represent between 30-70% of the fish. The fish silage process transforms fish waste into a liquid mix of hydrolysed proteins, lipids, minerals and other nutrients, easily digestible...
03/07/2018
When shrimp are caught with trawl nets, other co-occurring organisms that together constitute the accompanying fauna are captured along with it. Part of this non-target catch is marketed by fishermen and is called bycatch, but a larger proportion is returned, almost always dead, to the sea and is known as...
07/06/2018
Diagnosis of the legal framework for trawling; Analysis of gaps in the Colombian legal system regarding shrimp fishing with special emphasis on bycatch, co-management and the Ecosystem Fishing Approach; legal recommendations for strengthening the legal and institutional framework; revision of draft management plan for bycatch and fisheries agreements *Available only in...
07/06/2018
*Available only in Spanish 
07/06/2018
"Whereby the temporary space agreement for Deepwater Shrimp fishing is adopted, implemented within the framework of the Fisheries Management process of the Gulf of Tribugá Regional Integrated Management District - Cabo Corrientes (DRMI-GTCC), municipality of Nuquí, department of Chocó "   *Available only in Spanish 
07/06/2018
Protocol for the monitoring and evaluation of technological changes in trawling gear and devices to reduce bycatch in Colombia   
07/06/2018
Management and planning of bycatch from trawl fisheries in Latinamerica and the Caribbean (REBYC-II LAC)   *Available only in Spanish 
07/06/2018
Which creates and regulates the National Co-management Committee for bycatch in Colombia   *Available only in Spanish
07/06/2018
By which start is given to the process of fisheries planning of the regional district of integrated management (DRMI) Golfo de Tribugá-Cabo corrientes.   *Available only in Spanish
07/06/2018
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