RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES RELEVANT TO MEDITERRANEAN FISHERIES MANAGEMENT


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STUDIES AND REVIEWS No. 66
General Fisheries Council for the Mediterranean

by

Caddy, J.F. (ed.)

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 1996

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Caddy, J.F. (ed.) Resource and environmental issues relevant to Mediterranean fisheries management. Studies and Reviews. General Fisheries Council for the Mediterranean. No. 66. Rome, FAO. 1996. 142p.

ABSTRACT

This document contains background papers presented at two technical working groups on the Marine Environment and Fisheries Resources, held at the Diplomatic Conference on Fisheries Management in the Mediterranean, Heraklion, Crete, 12-14 December 1994. These include reviews of fisheries and environmental issues, assessment and management of demersal, shellfish and small pelagic fish. They also include notes on the status and functions of the General Fisheries Council for the Mediterranean (GFCM) and a summary of recent GFCM fisheries statistics. The document concludes with annexes containing the reports of the two working parties of the Conference, and the final Conference Declaration.


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PREPARATION OF THIS DOCUMENTpdf

1. PREFACE . The Diplomatic Conference on Fisheries Management in the Mediterranean of Heraklion, Crete (12-14 December 1994)

by J. Almeida Serrapdf

2. Fisheries and the Environment in the Mediterranean Sea

by Jordi Lleonart and Laura Recasens pdf


3. Some Future Perspectives for Assessment and Management of Mediterranean Fisheries for Demersal and Shellfish Resources and Small Pelagic Fish

by J.F. Caddy (FAO) and P. Oliver (IEO)pdf


4. Mediterranean Tunas and Associated Species: Fishing, Research and Resource Management

by Alain Fonteneau (ORSTOM) pdf


ANNEXES: pdf

1. Recent landings from Mediterranean Fisheries up to 1991

(from C. Stamatopoulos, 1993)pdf

2. Assessment and management of Mediterranean fisheries

(by J.F. CADDY) pdf

3. Some informal notes on the general fisheries council for the Mediterranean, (GFCM).and Excerpts from International Agreements Relevant to Mediterranean Fisheries

(by J.F. caddy)pdf

4. Report of the Chairman of the Working Party n2; Mediterranean Resourcespdf



5. Report of the Chairman of the Working Party n3; The Environmental Impact of Fisheries pdf



6. Solemn Declaration on the Conservation and Management of the Fishery Resources of the Mediterranean pdf



GFCM STUDIES AND REVIEWS ISSUEDpdf