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Provedor de dados:  ArchiMer
País:  France
Título:  Recreational sea fishing in Europe in a global context-Participation rates, fishing effort, expenditure, and implications for monitoring and assessment
Autores:  Hyder, Kieran
Weltersbach, Marc Simon
Armstrong, Mike
Ferter, Keno
Townhill, Bryony
Ahvonen, Anssi
Arlinghaus, Robert
Baikov, Andrei
Bellanger, Manuel
Birzaks, Janis
Borch, Trude
Cambie, Giulia
De Graaf, Martin
Diogo, Hugo M. C.
Dziemian, Lukasz
Gordoa, Ana
Grzebielec, Ryszard
Hartill, Bruce
Kagervall, Anders
Kapiris, Kostas
Karlsson, Martin
Kleiven, Alf Ring
Lejk, Adam M.
Levrel, Harold
Lovell, Sabrina
Lyle, Jeremy
Moilanen, Pentti
Monkman, Graham
Morales-nin, Beatriz
Mugerza, Estanis
Martinez, Roi
O'Reilly, Paul
Olesen, Hans Jakob
Papadopoulos, Anastasios
Pita, Pablo
Radford, Zachary
Radtke, Krzysztof
Roche, William
Rocklin, Delphine
Ruiz, Jon
Scougal, Callum
Silvestri, Roberto
Skov, Christian
Steinback, Scott
Sundelof, Andreas
Svagzdys, Arvydas
Turnbull, David
Van Der Hammen, Tessa
Van Voorhees, David
Van Winsen, Frankwin
Verleye, Thomas
Veiga, Pedro
Volstad, Jon-helge
Zarauz, Lucia
Zolubas, Tomas
Strehlow, Harry V.
Data:  2018-03
Ano:  2018
Palavras-chave:  European marine recreational fisheries
Fisheries assessment and management
Fishing effort and expenditure
Surveys and monitoring of marine recreational fisheries
Resumo:  Marine recreational fishing (MRF) is a high-participation activity with large economic value and social benefits globally, and it impacts on some fish stocks. Although reporting MRF catches is a European Union legislative requirement, estimates are only available for some countries. Here, data on numbers of fishers, participation rates, days fished, expenditures, and catches of two widely targeted species were synthesized to provide European estimates of MRF and placed in the global context. Uncertainty assessment was not possible due to incomplete knowledge of error distributions; instead, a semi-quantitative bias assessment was made. There were an estimated 8.7 million European recreational sea fishers corresponding to a participation rate of 1.6%. An estimated 77.6 million days were fished, and expenditure was €5.9 billion annually. There were higher participation, numbers of fishers, days fished and expenditure in the Atlantic than the Mediterranean, but the Mediterranean estimates were generally less robust. Comparisons with other regions showed that European MRF participation rates and expenditure were in the mid-range, with higher participation in Oceania and the United States, higher expenditure in the United States, and lower participation and expenditure in South America and Africa. For both northern European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax, Moronidae) and western Baltic cod (Gadus morhua, Gadidae) stocks, MRF represented 27% of the total removals. This study highlights the importance of MRF and the need for bespoke, regular and statistically sound data collection to underpin European fisheries management. Solutions are proposed for future MRF data collection in Europe and other regions to support sustainable fisheries management.
Tipo:  Text
Idioma:  Inglês

Editor:  Wiley
Formato:  application/pdf
Fonte:  Fish And Fisheries (1467-2960) (Wiley), 2018-03 , Vol. 19 , N. 2 , P. 225-243
Direitos:  2017 The Authors. Fish and Fisheries published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd. This is an open access article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.


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