Rapport sur les pêches, No 822 FAO Fisheries Report No. 821
FIEL/R821 (En)

Report of the twenty-fourth session of the
EUROPEAN INLAND FISHERIES ADVISORY COMMISSION
Mondsee, Austria,
1421 June 2006


FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2007
 
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Report of the twenty-fourth session of the European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission.
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ABSTRACT

The twenty-fourth session of the European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission (EIFAC) was held in Mondsee, Austria, from 14 to 21 June 2006, in concomitance with a Symposium on Hydropower, Flood Control and Water Abstraction: Implications for Fish and Fisheries. The session reviewed EIFACs activities since 2004 in the fields of fishery biology and management, aquaculture, protection of the aquatic environment, and social and economic issues. EIFAC revised and decided its future programme of work, in particular the activities which should be carried out until the next session of the Commission in 2008. The twenty-fifth session will be preceded by a Symposium that will focus on interactions between socio-economic and ecological objectives of inland fisheries, commercial and recreational, and aquaculture.



CONTENTS

REPORT OF THE TWENTY-FOURTH SESSION OF THE
EUROPEAN INLAND FISHERIES ADVISORY COMMISSION

DECISIONS, DIRECTIVES AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF
THE TWENTY-FOURTH SESSION OF EIFAC


OFFICERS OF EIFAC AND CONVENERS OF AD HOC
WORKING PARTIES


I.      OPENING OF THE SESSION AND ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

II.     SYMPOSIUM ON HYDROPOWER, FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER
        ABSTRACTION: IMPLICATIONS FOR FISH AND FISHERIES


III.    BIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (SUB-COMMISSION I)

IV.    AQUACULTURE (SUB-COMMISSION II)

V.     PROTECTION OF THE AQUATIC RESOURCE (SUB-COMMISSION III)

VI.    SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES (SUB-COMMISSION IV)

VII.   ADOPTION OF THE SUB-COMMISSIONS PROGRESS REPORTS
        AND RECOMMENDATIONS


VIII.  ADOPTION OF THE REPORT OF THE SYMPOSIUM

IX.    ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE AND FUNCTIONING OF EIFAC

X.     SYMPOSIUM IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE TWENTY-FIFTH SESSION OF EIFAC

XI.    ANY OTHER MATTERS

XII.   ELECTION OF EIFAC OFFICERS

XIII.  DATE AND PLACE OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH SESSION

XIV.  ADOPTION OF THE REPORT AND CLOSING OF THE SESSION

APPENDIXES


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