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Conference Papers

Impact assessment of management plans and bio-economic models

  • The Eco² Model – A basic bio-economic module for the description of the dynamics of cohort biomass in response to exploitation (Slides)

            Eckhard Bethke (Thünen-Institute of Sea Fisheries, Germany)  

  • Bioeconomic models of grey seal predation impacts on West of Scotland demersal fisheries (Slides)

            Vanessa Trijoulet (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom), Alex Dickson, Robin Cook


            Sys Klaas (Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research, Belgium), Buysse Jeroen, Polet Han, van Meensel Jef


  • An application of life-cycle theory to the west of Scotland cod fishery (Slides)

            Philip Rodgers (University of Lincoln, United Kingdom)


  •  Mixed-fisheries management plans in the frame of the new CFP: challenges in addressing more numerous and less well-defined policy objectives in a regional ecosystem-based approach. Experiences from the North Sea. (Slides)

            Lars O. Mortensen  (Technical University of Denmark), Ernesto Jardim, Clara Ulrich, Steven Holmes, Alexander Kempf, Arina Motova, Anna Rindorf, Sarah Simons, Youen Vermard


  •  A Bio-Economic Model of European Fisheries (BEMEF) (Slides)

             Griffin Carpenter (New Economics Foundation, United Kingdom), Aniol Esteban


  • Single species vs multispecies management when economic objectives are in place and transitional period considered. Case study of Iberian waters (Slides)

            Raúl Prellezo (Fundacion AZTI, Spain), Dorleta Garcia, Jose Maria DaRocha, Maria Jose Gutierrez, Jose Castro, Santiago Cerviño and Paz Sampedro


  • The role of economics in the EU advisory process (Slides)

             Ralf Doering (Thünen-Institute of Sea Fisheries, Germany)


  • Assessing the socio – economic effects of the individual fishing rights managed in a common pool: the case of Bluefin tuna (Slides)

            Margarita Andrés (Fundacion AZTI, Spain), Arantza Murillas-Maza


  • Differences between impact assessment methodology for data rich and data poor fisheries. Suggestions for improvement (Slides)

            Leyre Goti, (Thünen-Institute of Sea Fisheries, Germany)


  • Improvements in Impact Assessment for fisheries management (Slides)

            Loretta Malvarosa (NISEA Fishery and Aquaculture Research Organisation, Italy), Ralf Doering, Arina Motova