6 edition of The costs of managing fisheries. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 172-173).
|Contributions||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.|
|LC Classifications||SH334 .C66 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||2003469124|
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Fisheries Management Costs: Concepts and Studies. Paul Wallis and Ola Flaaten, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development1.
Abstract. Few doubt the need for government intervention to manage the use of fisheries resources. Designed for beginning-level readers who have not yet completed more technical coursework in math and science, this book introduces the breadth of the fisheries conservation and management process—rather than the depths and details of specific fisheries conservation and management settings.
D> It provides a broad background—including The costs of managing fisheries. book information on fish Cited by: Focus on 4 key points in managing uncertainty in fisheries. Introduction of the catch-cost-risk framework to make explicit the inherent trade-offs of fisheries management under : Keith Sainsbury.
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Get this from a library. The costs of managing fisheries. [Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.;] -- In an era of declining budgets, governments are seeking more efficient and cost-effective means of delivering fisheries services.
These developments raise a number of significant policy questions. Findings show that data availability is the big issue in solving the question of how much fisheries management cost in the selected European cases.
On the other hand, from the data acquired it became clear that the government spending on fisheries management usually does not depend on the change in fisheries management by: 2. management costs, followed by research services at 34%, and finally administration services, representing 7%.
Though there are several theories regarding the relationship between type of fisheries management and cost, there have been few empirical studies to test them, largely because cost data at the fishery level are rarely available.
and numbers of fish, stocking at the proper time of year, a balanced harvest, water quality management, and aquatic weed control are basics you should understand.
Many unmanaged ponds could produce many more pounds of fish than they now produce if good management practices were followed. 4 Ponds and small lakes are abundant in.
Sea Grant program, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; heard presentations about critical fisheries issues from a wide range of fisheries experts who were invited to committee meetings, including representatives of commercial and recreational fishing industries, federal and state fisheries managers, environmental organization representatives, and congressional staff; and.
Case Studies in Fisheries Conservation and Management: Applied Critical Thinking and Problem Solving $ – $ Australian fisheries management adopted the quantitative approach under the tutelage of G. Kesteven in the 's. Kesteven's commitment reinforced the belief of fishermen in fisheries research established by Thompson and Fowler and created an expectation that for each fisheries problem there was a numerical answer.
The fisheries of Iceland, Norway and Newfoundland are all sub-Arctic North Atlantic fisheries, based largely on the same species employing similar fishing technologies, but somewhat different in value.
3 Nevertheless, it turns out that the level of management costs, both in absolute terms and as a percentage of the total value of landings Cited by: When added to the substantial costs of monitoring the fisheries, negotiating regulations, and enforcement, the total may be prohibitive.
Already the costs of many ocean fishery management programs in the United States and Canada are running from about one-fourth to as much as fully equal to the first sale value of the fish caught.
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It draws contributions in the form of major synoptic papers and syntheses or meta-analyses that lay out new approaches, re-examine existing findings, methods or theory, and discuss papers and commentaries from diverse areas.