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CLME+ Flyingfish Sub-project Final Technical Report Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM) Secretariat CRFM, Technical & Advisory Report No. XX/2020

The sub-project was designed to give ownership of the work to the participating countries (Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St, Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago) by allowing fisheries divisions (national focal points) to work closely with the six consultants; especially with regard to the development of their own in-country flyingfish fishery management outreach activities with local stakeholder groups (fishers, fisherfolk organizations, and cooperatives). This document provides a summary of the approaches, methods, activities, and outputs of the sub-project

Year: 2020
Author: CRFM
Keywords: fisheries, Flyingfish
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CRFM Consultancy Report on Review of Existing Policy, Legal and Institutional Arrangements for Governance and Management of Flyingfish Fisheries in the Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem

Many of the marine resources in the Caribbean are considered to be fully or overexploited. A Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis identified three priority transboundary problems that affect the CLME: unsustainable exploitation of fish and other living resources, the degradation and modification of natural habitats, pollution and contamination. The fourwing flyingfish fishery is the single most important small pelagic fishery in the southern Lesser Antilles. It is a shared resource, which has been traditionally exploited by seven different States, i.e. Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Martinique, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Trinidad and Tobago. With expanding fleet capacity and limited cooperation among the States exploiting the flyingfish, there is concern that the resource may become overfished. While the flyingfish fishery is a directed fishery, it is at the same time part of a multi-species, multi-gear fishery, which also targets regional large pelagic species.

Year: 2012
Author: Berry, D., and Tietze, U.
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CRFM Consultancy Report on Stakeholder Identification and Analysis of the Flyingfish Fishery in the Wider Caribbean – CRFM Technical and Advisory Document No. 2012 / 7

The flyingfish fishery is the most economically important small pelagic fishery in the southern Lesser Antilles. There is concern among scientists and policy-makers in the region that limited cooperation among the states and expanding fishing fleets have resulted in over-exploitation of the resource. The Caribbean Sea Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) project was developed to address those governance needs in several fisheries in the Caribbean including the flyingfish fishery. The Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM) is responsible for undertaking the management of the flyingfish study. 

Year: 2012
Author: CRFM Secretariat
Keywords: pollution
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CRFM Management Report – PY 2012/13. Volume 2– Supplement 2. Report of the First Meeting of the Ministerial Sub-Committee on Flyingfish, St. John’s ,Antigua and Barbuda , 18 October 2012

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Author: CRFM
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CRFM Reserch Paper Collection. Volume 6 Flyingfish Fisheries and Ecological Risk Analysis Large Pelagic Fishery

This study is an application of a pairwise comparison technique to determine weighted rankings of objectives for regional management of the Flyingfish fishery. The results of this research is intended to guide policies and programs to further develop the social and economic potential of the Flyingfish fishery while maintaining ecological sustainability.

Year: 2012
Author: Ferrier, E., and Singh, S.
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CRFM/CLME Eastern Caribbean Flyingfish Fishery Case Study – Governance Assessment

This report is for discussion and use by all case study participants and interested parties. It contributes to the elaboration of the regional governance framework and formulation of the Strategic Action Programme (SAP) which is the next major stage of the CLME project. The governance assessment of  pilots and case studies uses a common methodology (Mahon et al 2012) that is summarised in this report. the methodology was applied  to assess governance of the Eastern Caribbean flyingfish fishery and set out lessons learned.

Year: 2013
Author: CERMES
Keywords: fisheries
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Report of the First Meeting of the CRFM / WECAFC Working Group on Flyingfish in the Eastern Caribbean – CRFM Technical & Advisory Document Series Number 2012 / 12

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Year: 2012
Author: CRFM
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Report of The First Meeting of The CRFM/CLME Eastern Caribbean Flyingfish Fishery Case Study Steering Commitee

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Year: 2011
Author: CRFM/CLME
Keywords: case study
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Report of the Second Meeting of the CRFM / CLME Eastern Caribbean Flyingfish Fishery Case Study Steering Committee – CRFM Technical and Advisory Document No. 2013 / 3

   

Year: 2013
Author: CRFM
Keywords: case study, fisheries, Flyingfish, Habitat, Working Group
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Sub-Regional Fisheries Management Plan for Flyingfish in the Eastern Caribbean. CRFM Special Publication No. 2. 42 p. + annexes.

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Year: 2014
Author: CRFM
Keywords: EAF, Flyingfish
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