Strengths and Weaknesses of the Management and Monitoring of Deep-Water Stocks, Fisheries, and Ecosystems in Various Areas of the World-A Roadmap Toward Sustainable Deep-Water Fisheries in the Northeast Atlantic?
|Author(s)||Large Philip A.1, Agnew David J.2, Alvarez Perez Jose Angel3, Barrio Frojan Christopher1, Cloete Rudi4, Damalas Dimitrios5, Dransfeld Leonie6, Edwards Charles T. T.7, Feist Stephen8, Figueiredo Ivone9, Gonzalez Fernando10, Gil Herrera Juan11, Kenny Andrew1, Jakobsdottir Klara12, Longshaw Matt8, Lorance Pascal13, Marchal Paul14, Mytilineou Chryssi15, Planque Benjamin16, Politou Chrissi-Yianna15|
|Affiliation(s)||1 : Ctr Environm Fisheries & Aquaculture Sci Cefas, Lowestoft NR33 0HT, Suffolk, England.
2 : Marine Stewardship Council, London, England.
3 : Univ Vale Itajai UNIVALI, Grp Estudos Pesqueiros, Ctr Ciencias Tecnol Terra & Mar CTTMar, Itajai, SC, Brazil.
4 : Minist Fisheries & Marine Resources NatMIRC, Swakopmund, Namibia.
5 : European Commiss Joint Res Ctr, IPSC, Maritime Affairs Unit, FISHREG Sci Support Fisheries, Ispra, VA, Italy.
6 : Inst Marine, Oranmore, Galway, Ireland.
7 : Univ London Imperial Coll Sci Technol & Med, Ascot, Berks, England.
8 : Ctr Environm Fisheries & Aquaculture Sci Cefas, Weymouth, Dorset, England.
9 : INRB IPIMAR, Lisbon, Portugal.
10 : Inst Espanol Oceanog, Vigo, Spain.
11 : Inst Espanol Oceanog, Ctr Oceanog Cadiz, Cadiz, Spain.
12 : Univ Iceland, Inst Biol, Reykjavik, Iceland.
13 : IFREMER, Dept Ecol & Modeles Halieut, Nantes, France.
14 : IFREMER RBE HMMN, Boulogne Sur Mer, France.
15 : HCMR, Inst Marine Biol Resources, Athens, Greece.
16 : IMR, Tromso, Norway.
|Source||Reviews In Fisheries Science (1064-1262) (Taylor & Francis Inc), 2013 , Vol. 21 , N. 2 , P. 157-180|
|WOS© Times Cited||15|
|Keyword(s)||deep-water, fisheries, ecosystem, monitoring, management|
|Abstract||Scientific interest in deep-water marine resources has increased dramatically over the last 10-20 years as management bodies have sought advice on how to manage deep-water fisheries and protect deep-water ecosystems. The strengths and weaknesses of the management and monitoring of deep-water stocks, fisheries, and ecosystems in various areas of the world are described, with the objective of informing the EU FP7 DEEPFISHMAN project so that it can fulfill its primary aim, which is to develop strategic options for a short-and long-term management and monitoring ecosystem-based framework for the northeast Atlantic. To provide a baseline, the current monitoring and management regime in the northeast Atlantic is reviewed, followed by a brief description of the regimes applying to deep-water fisheries in the northwest Atlantic, the southeast Atlantic, off Brazil, in the Antarctic, off Australia and New Zealand, and in the Mediterranean. The strengths and weaknesses of these are discussed, taking into account additional information available from DEEPFISHMAN case study stocks, outcomes from consultations with stakeholders in the deep-water fishing industry in the northeast Atlantic, and the requirements of EU regulations and developing policy that will likely impact deep-water fisheries in the northeast Atlantic.|