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REGIONAL WORKSHOP ON FISHERY AND AQUACULTURE STATISTICS, INFORMATION, AND TRENDS : IMPROVING DATA COLLECTION, ANALYSES AND DISSEMINATION, Antalya, Turkey, 12-14 April 2011 / ????? ?? ??????????? ????????????? ???????? ?? ??????????, ?????????? ? ?????????? ? ?????? ????????? ? ????????????: ????????? ?????, ??????? ? ??????????????? ??????










FAO. Regional workshop on fishery and aquaculture statistics, information, and trends: improving data collection, analysis and dissemination, Antalya, Turkey, 12 April 2011. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report. No. 977. Rome, FAO. 2011. 61 pp.


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    This document is the main report of the FAO FishCode-STF/CECAF/FCWC Subregional Workshop on the Improvement of Fishery Information and Data Collection Systems in the West Central Gulf of Guinea Region, held in Accra, Ghana, from 26 to 28 June 2007. Major topics were: (a) existing fishery information and data collection systems in the region; (b) issues related to fishery information and data collection with regard to both industrial fisheries and small-scale fisheries; (c) the way to improve the quality of fishery information and data; (d) national knowledge and experiences in designing and developing the fishery information and data collection systems among participating countries. National inventories of fisheries data collection systems, prepared for the workshop, are presented in a supplement to this report.
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    The Sub-regional Workshop on Collection and Organization of Data was carried out in Batroun, Lebanon from 14-17 September 2010. Representatives from Greece, Italy, Turkey, Cyprus, Egypt, Gaza Strip and West Bank and Lebanon as well as from FAO attended the meeting. In the Workshop the national data collection schemes were presented and differences, weaknesses and difficulties were discussed. In particular the data collection schemes of Cyprus, Italy and Greece follow the EU fram ework on data collection requirements, while their surveys are conducted according to the Medits and Medias protocol. In Palestine landings are collected on a census basis and effort on a yearly basis. In Turkey the Fisheries Information System comprises different programmed modules such as National fleet registry, Logbook, Sales notes, Registry of fishermen, and Biological. The catch is collected by the use of the logbooks. In Egypt, the General Authority for Fish Resources De velopment, GAFRD runs a statistical system, which covers all the landing sites for marine and lakes catches and most of the River Nile landing sites. GAFRD collects fisheries data by two methods 1) Whole survey collecting system and 2) Random Sampling System. In Lebanon there is no any collection scheme running. A vessel census, which has been produced by the MedFisis in 2004/2005, has not been updated. An effort is carried out in the North Lebanon by University of Balamand, w hich was stressed to be integrated to the whole country. Experiences from the EC Data Collection Project and GFCM Operational Units framework (Task 1) were presented. Automatic routines are needed for transferring data from national data base to Task 1. The artisanal fishery was considered as the major sector in the area which has difficulties to be monitored and thus the project was asked to take the necessary initiatives.
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    The symposium on Interactions between Social, Economic and Ecological Objectives of Inland Commercial and Recreational Fisheries and Aquaculture, was organized in conjunction with the Twenty-Fifth Session of the European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission (EIFAC) in Antalya, Turkey, from 21 to 24 May 2008. The symposium objectives were: 1) To review the wide range of socio-economic and ecological interactions between fi sheries and aquaculture and the roles of various stakeholders with respect to these interactions. 2) To identify where future research should focus and propose measures to decrease interactions that compromise sustainable development and management, and promote interactions that contribute to sustainability. 3) To provide information to policy and decision makers to contribute to the general awareness of trends in socio-economic and ecological interactions within and between the sector and other rural sectors. 4) To facilitate dialogue betwee n scientists, researchers, fi sherfolk, aquaculturists and policy and decision makers on the motives, interactions and interests of stakeholders. 5) To advise EIFAC on appropriate management and development measures and tools for inland fi sheries and aquaculture in Europe. This Occasional Paper, in conjunction with a special issue of Fisheries Management and Ecology, represents the proceedings of the symposium. The Report of the symposium was published in 2008 as EIFAC FAO Fisheries and Aqauculture Report No. 871. The symposium made considerable progress towards understanding the interactions between ecological/environmental and socio-economic/governance objectives for fi sheries and aquaculture. There was a broad recognition that inland fi sheries and aquaculture need to shift from a sectoral view where they are treated in isolation to an integrated, multi-disciplinary systems view.

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