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Record number 498516
Title Decentraal aalbeheer in Friesland : een economische analyse
Author(s) Prins, H.; Zaalmink, W.
Source LEI Wageningen UR (Report / LEI Wageningen UR 2015-157) - 81 p.
Department(s) LEI Performance and Impact Agrosectors
LEI Innovation, Risk and Information Management
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2015
Keyword(s) binnenvisserij - palingen - european eels - anguilla - visserij - visvangsten - quota - visserijbeheer - economische ontwikkeling - friesland - nederland - binnenwateren - freshwater fisheries - eels - fisheries - fish catches - quotas - fishery management - economic development - netherlands - inland waters
Categories Fisheries
Abstract Within the framework of the eel recovery plan, restrictive measures have been in force in Dutch eel fisheries since 2009. Since 2011, Frisian inland fishers, associated through the Frisian association of inland fishers (Friese Bond van Binnenvissers), have been experimenting with fishing quotas for eel. This approach is also known as 'decentralised eel management' (decentraal aalbeheer). This quota is in lieu of the statutory eel fisheries system, which includes a three-month period in which no eel may be fished. This report will explore the economic development of Frisian inland fisheries since 2007, as well as the question whether fishing quotas are economically viable.
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