by Picapixel

Workshop on electronic technologies for fisheries: Part I: Transmitted positional data systems

Publication: October 2021Short link to this post: https://bit.ly/3lgWJ09At a glance note: EnglishExecutive summary: Download: EnglishAuthor: AZTI Marine Research Department: Iñaki QUINCOCES Key Findings The use of the current vessel monitoring system (VMS) for fisheries control and scientific advice for fisheries management is being replaced on some occasions by the automatic Read more…

By redaktion93

Workshop on electronic technologies for fisheries : Part II: Electronic monitoring systems

Publication: October 2021Short link to this post: https://bit.ly/3u2ok82Download: EnglishExecutive summary: At a glance note: EnglishAuthor: Aloysius (Edwin) T.M. van Helmond Key findings Since 1999, the use of camera-systems on board, commonly referred to as Electronic Monitoring (EM), has emerged as an innovative approach for documenting catches in fisheries. The number Read more…

By Frankix

Workshop on electronic technologies for fisheries: Part III: Systems adapted for small-scale vessels

Publication: September 2021 Short link to this post: https://bit.ly/3lRfoyA Download: English Executive summary: At a glance note: English Authors: DTU Aqua, Technical University of Denmark: Jørgen DALSKOV, Gildas GLEMAREC, Lotte KINDT-LARSEN, Anne-Mette KRONER, Pernille NIELSEN Key findings Electronic Monitoring (EM) systems using closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras and various sensors can Read more…

By eldarnurkovic

Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on EU fisheries and aquaculture

Publication: July 2021Short link to this post: https://bit.ly/3dBZCnQDownload: EnglishExecutive summaries: At a glance note:  EnglishAuthors: Cogea: Alessandro Pititto, Diletta Rainone, Valentina SanninoAND International: Tanguy Chever, Lucas Herry, Sibylle Parant, Safa SouidiCETMAR: Marta Ballesteros, Rosa Chapela, José L. Santiago Key findings Initially, all operators were caught unaware by the sudden closures of Read more…

By shaunwilkinson

Impact of the use of offshore wind and other marine renewables on European fisheries

Publication: October 2020 Short link to this post: https://bit.ly/33OC3nl Download: English At a glance note: English Executive summaries: Authors: Thünen Institute of Sea Fisheries: Vanessa STELZENMÜLLER, Antje GIMPEL, Jonas LETSCHERT, Casper KRAAN, Ralf DÖRING Key findings: The exploitation of offshore renewable (OR) resources varies greatly in size and capacity across Read more…

By zaferkizilkaya

Implementation of the current EU fisheries control system by Member States (2014-19)

Publication: June 2020 Short link to this post: https://bit.ly/2zmeRka Download: English Translation: Spanish Executive summary: Author: Margarita SANZ, Kim STOBBERUP, Roland BLOMEYER (Blomeyer & Sanz) Key findings The length of the national infringement procedures varies considerably between Member States, mainly depending on the procedure implemented based on administrative or criminal Read more…

[Index] Seafood industry integration in all EU Member States with a coastline

Published: October 2018 [rev. edition December 2019]  Short link to this post: http://bit.ly/3d48GAh This study researched the drivers and mechanisms of both structural and non-structural horizontal and vertical integration in the seafood industry in all Member States with a coastline. The objective of the study was to identify trends among Read more…

Belgium – Seafood industry integration in all EU Member States with a coastline

Belgium Select another country here: Composition of the Belgian seafood sector Belgian fishing companies generated approximately EUR 82 million in landings income in 2015 (Table 9). Processing companies further generated approximately EUR 592 million in 2016. Belgium had a relatively high trade deficit in the fisheries segment. While it exported Read more…

Denmark – Seafood industry integration in all EU Member States with a coastline

Denmark Select another country here: Composition of the Danish seafood sector The fishing industry plays a significant role in the Danish economy (Eurofish, 2015a). Landings and fish processing accounted together for nearly 1% of GDP in 2015 (see Table 18). In 2015, Danish fishing companies generated EUR 440 million in Read more…

Cyprus – Seafood industry integration in all EU Member States with a coastline

Cyprus Select another country here: Composition of the Cypriot seafood sector Cypriot fishing companies generated EUR 8 million in landings income in 2015. Processing companies generated EUR 7 million in revenues in 2012 – the latest year for which figures were available. Island nation Cyprus had a trade deficit in Read more…