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Amendments to the Statutes of the European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission








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    Report of the Twenty-sixth Session of the European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission. Zagreb, 17–20 May 2010. 2010
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    The Twenty-sixth Session of the European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission (EIFAC) was held in Zagreb, Croatia, from 17 to 20 May 2010. The Session reviewed EIFAC’s activities since 2008 in the fields of fishery biology and management, aquaculture, protection of the aquatic environment and social and economic issues. The Session deliberated on the options for the restructuring and improving of the functioning of the Commission and decided that EIFAC should continue as a fishery body under Art icle VI of the FAO Constitution but with an improved structure and modernized Rules of Procedure, subject to endorsement of these decisions by the FAO Council and the Director-General of FAO. All Working Parties and Sub-Commissions were abolished and it was decided to adopt a project approach for future work in relevant fields. The Twenty-seventh Session will be held in 2012.
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    Commercial inland fishing in member countries of the European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission (EIFAC): Operational environments, property rights regimes and socio-economic indicators - Country profiles - May 2010
    EIFAC Ad Hoc Working Party on Socio-Economic Aspects of Inland Fisheries
    2012
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    The aim of this report is to shortly describe some important aspects of commercial inland fishing in each of the 33 member countries of the European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission (EIFAC), a Regional Fishery Body of FAO. Emphasis is on lake and river fisheries, but estuary and lagoon fisheries have also been included when relevant data were available to the authors. Information presented in this report is to some extent an update of EIFAC Technical Paper No. 52 (1990) and Suppl. (1993), Inland fisheries of Europe, by Dill, as well as FAO Fisheries Report No. 509, Suppl. 1 (1995), Review of inland fisheries and aquaculture in the EIFAC area by subregion and subsector. However, the focus here is on professional capture fisheries, with the purpose of having a clear distinction from both recreational fisheries and aquaculture.

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