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Outcome of the Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries (Bangkok, Thailand, 29 November - 2 December 2004)

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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries. Bangkok, Thailand, 29 November–2 December 2004 2005
    A Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries was convened by FAO and held in Bangkok, Thailand, from 29 November to 2 December 2004. The Consultation was attended by 28 Members of FAO and by observers from three intergovernmental and four international non-governmental organizations, as agreed at the Twenty-fifth Session of the Committee on Fisheries (COFI), held in Rome, Italy, from 24 to 28 February 2003. The Technical Consultation addressed the major issues with re gards to sea turtles conservation and fisheries with special emphasis on: (i) current status of sea turtles conservation and factors affecting the mortality of sea turtles; (ii) fishing gears and techniques to reduce sea turtle mortality; (iii) development of guidelines to reduce sea turtle mortality; (iv) assistance to members from developing countries for the conservation of sea turtles, and (v) future directions for global work on sea turtles conservation and fisheries. The Technical Co nsultation agreed on recommendations for FAO, for Regional Fishery Bodies (RFBs) and for Member States related to future work on sea turtle conservation and reduction of sea turtle mortality in fishing operations, to be submitted to the Twenty-sixth Session of the Committee on Fisheries.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries. Bangkok, 2005
    A Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries was convened by FAO and held in Bangkok, Thailand, from 29 November to 2 December 2004. The Consultation was attended by 28 Members of FAO and by observers from three intergovernmental and four international non-governmental organizations, as agreed at the twenty-fifth session of the Committee on Fisheries held in Rome, Italy, from 24 to 28 February 2003. The Technical Consultation addressed the major issues with rega rds to sea turtles conservation and fisheries with special emphasis on: (i) current status of sea turtles conservation and factors affecting the mortality of sea turtles; (ii) fishing gears and techniques to reduce sea turtle mortality; (iii) development of guidelines to reduce sea turtle mortality; (iv) assistance to members from developing countries for the conservation of sea turtles, and (v) future directions for global work on sea turtles conservation and fisheries. The Techni cal Consultation agreed on recommendations for FAO, for Regional Fishery Bodies and for Member States related to future work on sea turtle conservation and reduction of sea turtle mortality in fishing operations, to be submitted to the twenty-sixth session of the Committee on Fisheries.
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    Report of the second Technical Consultation on the Development and Management of the Fisheries of Lake Kariba. Kariba, Zimbabwe, 30 November-1 December 2004. 2005
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    This document is the final report of the second Technical Consultation on the Development and Management of the Fisheries of Lake Kariba. The major topics discussed were an overview on the importance of co-management as a tool for sustainable fisheries management and development in Zambia and Zimbabwe; fishers’ views on the importance of the kapenta fishery and the artisanal fishery; status of fisheries on the Zambia and Zimbabwe side of Lake Kariba; and an overview on the management and develop ment of the fisheries of Lake Kariba. The summary of the main recommendations and decisions is shown in Appendix D.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries. Bangkok, Thailand, 29 November–2 December 2004 2005
    A Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries was convened by FAO and held in Bangkok, Thailand, from 29 November to 2 December 2004. The Consultation was attended by 28 Members of FAO and by observers from three intergovernmental and four international non-governmental organizations, as agreed at the Twenty-fifth Session of the Committee on Fisheries (COFI), held in Rome, Italy, from 24 to 28 February 2003. The Technical Consultation addressed the major issues with re gards to sea turtles conservation and fisheries with special emphasis on: (i) current status of sea turtles conservation and factors affecting the mortality of sea turtles; (ii) fishing gears and techniques to reduce sea turtle mortality; (iii) development of guidelines to reduce sea turtle mortality; (iv) assistance to members from developing countries for the conservation of sea turtles, and (v) future directions for global work on sea turtles conservation and fisheries. The Technical Co nsultation agreed on recommendations for FAO, for Regional Fishery Bodies (RFBs) and for Member States related to future work on sea turtle conservation and reduction of sea turtle mortality in fishing operations, to be submitted to the Twenty-sixth Session of the Committee on Fisheries.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries. Bangkok, 2005
    A Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries was convened by FAO and held in Bangkok, Thailand, from 29 November to 2 December 2004. The Consultation was attended by 28 Members of FAO and by observers from three intergovernmental and four international non-governmental organizations, as agreed at the twenty-fifth session of the Committee on Fisheries held in Rome, Italy, from 24 to 28 February 2003. The Technical Consultation addressed the major issues with rega rds to sea turtles conservation and fisheries with special emphasis on: (i) current status of sea turtles conservation and factors affecting the mortality of sea turtles; (ii) fishing gears and techniques to reduce sea turtle mortality; (iii) development of guidelines to reduce sea turtle mortality; (iv) assistance to members from developing countries for the conservation of sea turtles, and (v) future directions for global work on sea turtles conservation and fisheries. The Techni cal Consultation agreed on recommendations for FAO, for Regional Fishery Bodies and for Member States related to future work on sea turtle conservation and reduction of sea turtle mortality in fishing operations, to be submitted to the twenty-sixth session of the Committee on Fisheries.
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    Report of the second Technical Consultation on the Development and Management of the Fisheries of Lake Kariba. Kariba, Zimbabwe, 30 November-1 December 2004. 2005
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    This document is the final report of the second Technical Consultation on the Development and Management of the Fisheries of Lake Kariba. The major topics discussed were an overview on the importance of co-management as a tool for sustainable fisheries management and development in Zambia and Zimbabwe; fishers’ views on the importance of the kapenta fishery and the artisanal fishery; status of fisheries on the Zambia and Zimbabwe side of Lake Kariba; and an overview on the management and develop ment of the fisheries of Lake Kariba. The summary of the main recommendations and decisions is shown in Appendix D.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries. Bangkok, Thailand, 29 November–2 December 2004 2005
    A Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries was convened by FAO and held in Bangkok, Thailand, from 29 November to 2 December 2004. The Consultation was attended by 28 Members of FAO and by observers from three intergovernmental and four international non-governmental organizations, as agreed at the Twenty-fifth Session of the Committee on Fisheries (COFI), held in Rome, Italy, from 24 to 28 February 2003. The Technical Consultation addressed the major issues with re gards to sea turtles conservation and fisheries with special emphasis on: (i) current status of sea turtles conservation and factors affecting the mortality of sea turtles; (ii) fishing gears and techniques to reduce sea turtle mortality; (iii) development of guidelines to reduce sea turtle mortality; (iv) assistance to members from developing countries for the conservation of sea turtles, and (v) future directions for global work on sea turtles conservation and fisheries. The Technical Co nsultation agreed on recommendations for FAO, for Regional Fishery Bodies (RFBs) and for Member States related to future work on sea turtle conservation and reduction of sea turtle mortality in fishing operations, to be submitted to the Twenty-sixth Session of the Committee on Fisheries.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries. Bangkok, 2005
    A Technical Consultation on Sea Turtles Conservation and Fisheries was convened by FAO and held in Bangkok, Thailand, from 29 November to 2 December 2004. The Consultation was attended by 28 Members of FAO and by observers from three intergovernmental and four international non-governmental organizations, as agreed at the twenty-fifth session of the Committee on Fisheries held in Rome, Italy, from 24 to 28 February 2003. The Technical Consultation addressed the major issues with rega rds to sea turtles conservation and fisheries with special emphasis on: (i) current status of sea turtles conservation and factors affecting the mortality of sea turtles; (ii) fishing gears and techniques to reduce sea turtle mortality; (iii) development of guidelines to reduce sea turtle mortality; (iv) assistance to members from developing countries for the conservation of sea turtles, and (v) future directions for global work on sea turtles conservation and fisheries. The Techni cal Consultation agreed on recommendations for FAO, for Regional Fishery Bodies and for Member States related to future work on sea turtle conservation and reduction of sea turtle mortality in fishing operations, to be submitted to the twenty-sixth session of the Committee on Fisheries.
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    Report of the second Technical Consultation on the Development and Management of the Fisheries of Lake Kariba. Kariba, Zimbabwe, 30 November-1 December 2004. 2005
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    This document is the final report of the second Technical Consultation on the Development and Management of the Fisheries of Lake Kariba. The major topics discussed were an overview on the importance of co-management as a tool for sustainable fisheries management and development in Zambia and Zimbabwe; fishers’ views on the importance of the kapenta fishery and the artisanal fishery; status of fisheries on the Zambia and Zimbabwe side of Lake Kariba; and an overview on the management and develop ment of the fisheries of Lake Kariba. The summary of the main recommendations and decisions is shown in Appendix D.

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