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|Title:||From cooperative data collection to full collaboration and co-management: a synthesis of the 2014 ICES symposium on fishery-dependent information|
|Authors:||DOERNER Hendrik; GRAHAM Norman; BIANCHI Gabtriella; BJORDAL Asmund; FREDERIKSEN Marco; KARP William; KENNELY Steve; MARTINSOHN Jann; MURRAY Kimberley; PASTOORS Martin; GUDBRANDSEN Njård Håkon|
|Citation:||ICES JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE vol. 72 no. 4 p. 1133-1139|
|Publisher:||OXFORD UNIV PRESS|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||In this paper, we synthesize information presented at the 2nd Fishery Dependent Information (FDI) Conference, held in Rome, Italy, from 2 to 6 March 2014.Wereviewcurrent issues and advances in the collection, interpretation and application of fishery-dependent data, and highlight emergent findings in the field. Key issues include (i) the design and collection of data associated with commercial and recreational fisheries and the use of these data to support conventional and novel approaches to fisheries science and management and (ii) the role of fishers in co-management and policy setting. We noted that since the 2010 FDI conference a paradigm shift towards full engagement of key stakeholders started to take place. It also became evident that trust between stakeholders, managers, and scientists is necessary to develop efficient fishery monitoring programmes. While building such trust among key players often begins in informal settings, eventually one must evolve structured, formalized, and agreed processes for such interactions.We also conclude that because of the diversity of fisheries any determination of “best practices”maybe difficult. Instead, we provide a list of “best principles” emerged from the conference.|
|JRC Directorate:||Space, Security and Migration|
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