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The workshop stressed that the concept of reference points (RPs) needs to be closely connected to the management objective of concerned fisheries, taking into account various parameters such as maximum sustainable yield, economic and social benchmark and environment concern. Participants stressed the need to define different RPs for each dimension of management or to identify a single RP aimed at ensuring the sustainability of the system, thereby no longer limited to biological aspects. A review of possible approaches to setting RPs and indicators for Black Sea fisheries emphasized the dynamic nature of recent ecosystem changes.
|Statement||edited by Giuseppe Lembo.|
|Series||Studies and reviews / General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean -- no. 83, Studies and reviews -- no. 83.|
|Contributions||Lembo, Giuseppe, 1955-, General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations)|
|LC Classifications||SH213.4 .S45 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||2009422951|
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Selected papers presented at the Workshop on Biological Reference Points: Rome, 20 - 21 April by Lembo, Giuseppe ; Workshop on Biological Reference Points ( Rome). SELECTED PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE WORKSHOP ON BIOLOGICAL REFERENCE POINTS Rome, April by Giuseppe Lembo COISPA, Tecnologia e Ricerca Italy.
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This volume contains 31 papers presented in three theme sessions by fisheries scientists from around the world at a Department of Fisheries and Oceans' workshop in Papers presented address the use, strengths, and weaknesses of commonly-used biological reference points; methods for identifying and quantifying uncertainties associated with using various reference points; and alternative.
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reproduces a selection of five of the papers which were presented at the Workshop. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Special thanks are extended to Dr Giuseppe Lembo, COISPA Tecnologia e Ricerca. Paper presented at 19th Annual Conference on Land and Poverty held at World Bank Headquarters, Washington, DC on MarchAuthors: Stoian, D.; Rodas, A.
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An integral part of this process would be to identify suitable biological reference points, e.g. the minimum spawning biomass required to maintain acceptably high recruitment. The status of the resource can then be compared to this reference point in order to determine appropriate management responses.
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