2 edition of Economic evaluations of krill fishing systems found in the catalog.
Economic evaluations of krill fishing systems
J. K. McElroy
by University of Stirling, Technological Economics Research Unit in Stirling
Written in English
"Based on the paper presented ... at the International Conference on Fish Science and Technology held at the University of Aberdeen, 23-27 July 1979" - t.p.
|Statement||by J.K. McElroy.|
|Series||Discussion paper / University of Stirling, Technological Economics Research Unit -- no.19|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
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These approaches, aimed at reducing seal entanglements, are similar to the two systems implemented by Japanese vessels during the krill fishing season around South Georgia (Japan Deep Sea. The majority of larger industrial fisheries have systems limiting fishing effort or catches, while many of the smaller fisheries remain open access and.
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The potential of mussel production and harvesting or cultivation of macroalgae is more widely distributed. Concept 1: Harvesting of herbivore zooplankton resources, including copepods and krill.Systems that use individual transferable quotas (ITQ), also called individual fishing quota limit the total catch and allocate shares of that quota among the fishers who work that fishery.
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