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Record number 548101
Title Effecten van mogelijke maatregelen ter beheer van de bestanden van brasem, blankvoorn, snoekbaars en baars in het IJssel- en Markermeer
Author(s) Zaalmink, Wim; Tien, Nicola; Prins, Henri; Leeuw, Joep de; Janssens, Bas
Source Wageningen : Wageningen Economic Research (Wageningen Economic Research nota 2019-007) - 55
Department(s) Innovation- and Risk Management and Information Governance
Onderz. Form. I.
Resource Ecology
Consumer and Chain
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2019
Abstract The Ministry of Agriculture, Nature, and Food Quality wants to achieve a 36% catch reduction of roach and bream for the gill net and seine fishery on the IJsselmeer and the Markermeer. This catch reduction should contribute to the preservation of the scaly-fish stocks of roach, bream, perch, and pike-perch. Ten measures were researched with the potential to contribute to the 36% catch reduction. The measures which can be implemented in the short term and which are easily enforceable are a 36% reduction of the current fishing effort and a closure of the fisheries during the period of 1 January to 15 March, or a shorter period within that time-span. Because the gill net fishery is a mixed fishery, no measure will lead to a proportional, effective impact for all four stocks. The abovementioned measures will lead to a loss of income which may be unevenly distributed among the fishermen.
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