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Economic Performance And Fishing Efficiency of Marine Capture Fisheries (Fao Fisheries Technical Paper)

by Uwe Tietze

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Published by Food & Agriculture Organization of the UN (FA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aquatic creatures,
  • NATURAL HISTORY, COUNTRY LIFE & PETS,
  • Reference - General,
  • Fish,
  • Nature,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Catch effort,
  • Economic aspects,
  • Fisheries,
  • Fishery management

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9125972M
    ISBN 109251053243
    ISBN 109789251053249

    The book stresses that the figure of US $50 billion represents a conservative estimate, as it excludes losses to recreational fisheries and marine tourism as well as losses due to illegal fishing. The Sunken Billions argues that strengthened fishing rights can provide fishers and fishing communities with incentives to operate in an economically. We limited fish and invertebrate movement to their larval stage during dispersal. Although spill-over caused by adult movement may affect benefits of reserves to fisheries (Kellner et al. ), we assumed along-shore site fidelity, because it is common in many nearshore fish and invertebrates (e.g. Topping et al. ).Profit to a fishery is a function of revenue gained from selling fish.

      Economists have long argued that a fishery that maximizes its economic potential usually will also satisfy its conservation objectives. Recently, maximum economic yield (MEY) has been identified as a primary management objective for Australian fisheries and is under consideration elsewhere. However, first attempts at estimating MEY as an actual management . The West Africa Regional Fisheries Program (Cabo Verde, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Mauritania, Senegal and Sierra Leone as well as the Sub-Regional Fisheries Commission) aims to increase the economic contribution of marine resources through strengthened fisheries governance, reduced illegal fishing, and increased value-added to fish.

    R.W. Hardy, in Improving Farmed Fish Quality and Safety, Fisheries by-catch. Marine fisheries operate by locating schools of targeted species and using gear that not only captures the target species, but also is designed to exclude small fish that cannot be processed by mechanical equipment. However, these efforts are not % successful, leading to landings of undersized fish .   Marine fisheries contribute to the global economy, from the catching of fish through to the provision of support services for the fishing industry.


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Economic Performance And Fishing Efficiency of Marine Capture Fisheries (Fao Fisheries Technical Paper) by Uwe Tietze Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper presents the findings of studies on the economic and financial performance of marine capture fisheries carried out in 13 African, Asian, Caribbean, European and South American countries during andreplacing previously published results from and Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

In order to safeguard the important role that marine capture fisheries play with regard to employment, income and food security, up-to-date information on the sector is needed to monitor the effect of management measures, regulations and government policies on its economic and financial health.

This paper presents the findings of studies on the economic and financial performance of marine. Get this from a library. Economic performance and fishing efficiency of marine capture fisheries.

[Uwe Tietze;] -- In order to safeguard the important role that marine capture fisheries play with regard to employment, income and food security, up-to-date information on the sector is needed to monitor the effect.

The fuel efficiency of fish capture indicator is one of the environmental indicators proposed by the European Commission to support the Common Fisheries Policy and measure the effects of fisheries on the marine ecosystem.

This dimensionless ratio relates the value of the fish landings with the fuel costs incurred in their by: Published each fall, Fisheries Economics of the United States takes a detailed look at the economic performance of commercial and recreational fisheries and other marine-related sectors on a state, regional, and national basis.

It also describes how U.S. commercial and recreational fishing affects the economy, in terms of employment, sales, and value-added. Marine capture fisheries in Vietnam are small-scale, multi-species, multi-gear, and open access regime.

Under numerous governmental promotion programs, Vietnamese fishing fleets have expanded at an uncontrollable rate. This research analyzes the economic performance and capacity efficiency of the Da Nang gillnet fishery.

Downloadable (with restrictions). Marine capture fisheries in Vietnam are small-scale, multi-species, multi-gear, and open access regime.

Under numerous governmental promotion programs, Vietnamese fishing fleets have expanded at an uncontrollable rate. This research analyzes the economic performance and capacity efficiency of the Da Nang gillnet fishery.

The sustainability of fish stocks, fishing industries and fishing communities are interrelated (Anderson et al., ).

Fisheries and aquaculture management have been traditionally focused on biological and ecological questions, but it is necessary to redirect attention to other socio-economic issues that are less commonly addressed.

This handbook is the most comprehensive and interdisciplinary work on marine conservation and fisheries management ever compiled. It is the first to bridge fisheries and marine conservation issues.

Its innovative ideas, detailed case studies, and governance framework provide a global special perspective over time and treat problems in the high seas, community fisheries, industrial fishing. The public perception of fisheries is that they are in crisis and have been for some time.

Numerous scientific and popular articles have pointed to the failures of fisheries management that have caused this crisis. These are widely accepted to be overcapacity in fishing fleets, a failure to take the ecosystem effects of fishing into account, and a failure to.

Annual effort required to achieve MEY, when based solely on prawn fishing, is – days per boat after accounting for fixed and variable fishing costs and annual fishing efficiency increases.

D.C. Wilson, B.J. McCay, in Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences (Second Edition), Conclusion. Fisheries management is often seen as a solution to ‘tragedies of the commons,’ where the lack of exclusive property rights means that the fish stocks are likely to be overfished and capital and labor are used wastefully.

Government must intervene. Intervention is unlikely to be successful. Biological, social and economic information is necessary in order to assess the effectiveness of fisheries management measures.

Indicators of the economic performance of fishing. Theory and evidence in fisheries economics refute this claim.

Because fisheries are common-pool resources, subsidies that lower the cost of fishing can lead to overcapacity, economic loss, and overfishing. In fisheries, capacity includes the size, power, and number of fishing vessels, the amount of fishing gear, and the amount of labor.

INTRODUCTION. Fishing in the marine waters beyond national jurisdiction (the “high seas” covering 64% of the ocean’s surface) is dominated by a small number of fishing countries, which reap most of the benefits of fishing this internationally shared area ().The rationality of widespread high-seas fishing has been questioned because of its environmental impacts and uncertain economic.

Fishing revenues can capture the impact on both the fishing industry and the consumer but only partially because fishing costs are not included.

To fully examine the economic impacts of climate change on society through fisheries, future studies should include analysis of both consumer and producer surpluses. In many export fisheries, such as the Kenyan octopus and the Seychellois sea cucumber fisheries mentioned above, the Post-Harvest Sector Performance score is considerably higher than the Harvest Sector Performance score, as exporting considerably increases product value and the small number of exporters are able to capture much of the.

Economic Performance of Selected European Fishing Fleets. Economic Situation of the Danish Fishery (). Effects of the American Fisheries Act on capacity, utilisation and technical efficiency.

Estimating individual discount rates in Denmark. CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title.

CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by.

Global fisheries are in crisis: marine fisheries provide 15% of the animal protein consumed by humans, yet 80% of the world's fish stocks are either fully exploited, overexploited or have collapsed.

Several international initiatives have sought to improve the management of marine fisheries, hoping to reduce the deleterious ecological and. According to The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAOp. 3), fisheries produced close to million tonnes of fish (live weight equivalent) inof which 82 million tonnes were from marine capture fisheries (figure 2), 10 million tonnes from inland capture fisheries, 32 million tonnes from inland aquaculture and 20 million tonnes from marine .The objectives of the Symposium were to: (i) address biological and socio-economic issues relating to bycatch and discards from commercial fishing operations and the impact of fishing gears on sensitive habitats; and (ii) address the performance and effectiveness of fishing gears used in fishery-independent resource and ecosystem surveys.Marine fisheries contribute to the global economy, from the catching of fish through to the provision of support services for the fishing industry.

General lack of data and uncertainty about the level of employment in marine fisheries can lead to underestimation of fishing effort and hence over‐exploited fisheries, or result in inaccurate.