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2016 年中期审查综述报告








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    Report of the Technical Workshop on Deep-sea Fisheries and Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems of the Eastern Central Atlantic, Dakar, Senegal, 8-10 November 2016 / Rapport de l’Atelier technique sur la pêche en eaux profondes et les écosystèmes marins vulnérables dans l’Atlantique Centre-Est, Dakar, Sénégal, 8-10 novembre 2016 2017
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    The FAO Technical Workshop on Deep-sea Fisheries and Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems of the Eastern Central Atlantic took place in Dakar, Senegal, from 8 to 10 November 2016. The meeting was attended by 32 participants who contributed in their individual capacities to the discussions on the subjects of deep-sea fisheries and benthic habitats of the CECAF region. The participants had backgrounds in fisheries management, research, environment, fishing industry, non-governmental organizations, regiona l organizations, and projects. Invited experts provided case studies and examples of deep-sea fisheries management and processes to protect vulnerable marine ecosystems (VMEs) from the north, western-central and south Atlantic regions. The three-day workshop was organized into two main parts, with 2.5 days dedicated to discussions on deep-sea fisheries, and VMEs in the CECAF area (Part 1), and a half-day session specifically dedicated to awareness raising on sponges (Part 2). The deep-sea fisher ies and VME component of the workshop aimed to support the implementation of the FAO International Guidelines on the Management of Deep-sea Fisheries in the High Seas (adopted 2008) in the region, and to increase knowledge and share experiences of the importance of addressing potential impacts from deep-sea bottom contact fisheries on VMEs. Overviews were provided on current global and regional instruments, processes and practices for the management of deep-sea fisheries and protection of VMEs, and their relevance to the CECAF region discussed. Deep-sea fisheries in EEZs and ABNJ were characterized and current available information on benthic habitats were reviewed. This component of the workshop resulted in a suite of advice and recommendations for the CECAF Scientific Sub-Committee to consider for recommendations to the next Committee meeting. The Sponges component of the workshop addressed the objectives of Work Package 8.2 of the SponGES project “Deep-sea Sponge Grounds Ecosystems of the North Atlantic: an integrated approach towards their preservation and sustainable exploitation”, which aims to promote and facilitate dialogue and knowledge transfer between scientists, managers, policy-makers, and stakeholders from the Atlantic region on SponGES, through round-table dialogues.
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    Report of the Fifth Session of the Central Asian and Caucasus Regional Fisheries and Aquaculture Commission, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 10-12 October 2016 / ?????? ? ?????? ????? ?????? ???????????? ???????? ?? ??????? ????????? ? ???????????? ? ??????????? ???? ? ?? ???????, ???????, ??????????, 10 -12 ??????? 2016 ?
    Ташкент, Республика Узбекистан, 10-12 октября, 2016 г.
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    The Fifth Session of the Central Asian and Caucasus Regional Fisheries and Aquaculture Commission was held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, in the period 10-12 October 2016. The following four countries attended the Session as members of the Commission: Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkey. Georgia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan attended the Session as observers. The Commission agreed to maintain its administrative budget at USD 180 000 for the years 2016 and 2017. The Commission, having a dopted 11 recommendations, guidelines and better management practices for inland fisheries and aquaculture in its first four sessions (2011-2015), monitored the progress made with implementation of these decisions in the region. The outcome of the monitoring exercise was that the guidelines and recommendations adopted are very relevant and that most are actively being implemented by the countries. The Commission decided to allocate more funds to implementation of its 2nd Regional Work Programme (2016-2020). Priorities for 2017 and 2018 include, amongst others: habitat rehabilitation for inland fisheries, methodologies for inland fisheries stocks assessments, development of best practices for cage aquaculture in reservoirs and lakes, capacity building of small-scale fishers, and training for the establishment of national fisheries and aquaculture data and information management systems.

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