Record nummer 1946484
Titel Report of the KB-WOT fisheries programme carried out in 2007
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Mark Dickey-Collas and Frans van Beek
Auteur(s) Dickey-Collas, M. ; Beek, F. van
Uitgever IJmuiden : Centre for Fishery Research (CVO)
Jaar van uitgave 2008
Pagina's 22 p ill
Titel van reeks CVO report (no. 08.006)
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Trefwoorden (cab) visserij / kennis / klimaat / klimaatverandering / milieueffect / vis / populaties / onderzoek / visstand
Rubrieken Visbestanden en visserijbeheer
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) This report documents the activities of the KB WOT fisheries programme in 2007. It gives the results, products and documents the experienced gained by staff through the programme. It also shows how the individual projects fit into the research priority areas of WOT fisheries programme for 2007. The financial spend is also documented in light of the experience and knowledge gained. The report also describes how KB WOT funding was used to maintain quality assurance for methods crucial for the WOT programme as a whole. Added value was achieved by using KB WOT funds within EU projects on climate variability, stock assessment methods, bycatch issues, management simulations and environmental impacts on fish populations and fisheries advice. Overall the 2007 programme should be viewed as a success in terms of stimulating innovation, looking forward for the requirements of LNV and society in the future, creating relevant products and publications and the underpinning the knowledge base of fisheries science at Wageningen IMARES.
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