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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Fishery reform: Many stocks secureCARDINALE Massimiliano; DOERNER Hendrik; ABELLA Alvaro; ANDERSEN Jesper; CASEY John; DOERING Ralf; KIRKEGAARD Eskild; SIMMONDS EDMUND; STRANSKY ChristophArticles in Journals
2009ICES 2009 - Report of the planning on commercial catches, discards and biological sampling (PGCCDBS)STRANSKY Christoph; RAID TiitArticles in books
2010ICES PGCCDBS Report 2010, ICES Advisory Committee, ICES CM 2010/ACOM:39 - Report of the Planning Group on Commercial Catches, Discards and Biological Sampling (PGCCDBS)RAID Tiit; BELL Margaret; COULL Ken; DALSKOV J.; DINTHEER C.; FELICIO M.; GRYGIEL W.; HANSSON M.; JARDIM Ernesto; MAHE K., et alArticles in books
2013Rebuilding EU fish stocks and fisheries, a process under way?CARDINALE Massimiliano; DOERNER Hendrik; ABELLA Alvaro; ANDERSEN Jesper; CASEY John; DOERING Ralf; KIRKEGAARD Eskild; Motova Arina; ANDERSON John; SIMMONDS John, et alArticles in Journals
2010Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF) - Evaluation of 2009 Annual Reports related to the Data Collection Framework Report of the Subgroup on Research Needs (SGRN 10-02)DOERNER Hendrik; STRANSKY ChristophEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF) - Report of the SGRN-08-01 Working Group on the Review of Guidelines for the New DCRSTRANSKY Christoph; ZABLECKIS Sarunas; CHEILARI AnnaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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