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1st meeting of the Fisheries Data and Statistics Working Group (FDS WG) Barbados, 14-17 May 2018 – Matrix for the Characterisation of Fishing Activities

The matrix provides users with a tool to describe a fishing unit across multiple dimensions or characteristics of scale. The flexible nature of the matrix means that the fishing unit being assessed can either be an entire fishery/fleet, a part of it, or an individual vessel/ fisher. This flexibility allows the matrix to be applied to diverse types of fishing activity around the world. Applying the matrix generates an aggregate score for the given unit under assessment, with relevance for discussions of scale. A given fishing unit may have characteristics typically associated with both smaller-scale and larger-scale fisheries, so many will receive lower scores in some categories and higher scores in others.

Year: 2018
Author: WECAFC
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Data Collection Reference Framework Introduction, WECAFC, 2018

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Year: 2018
Author: Cummings, N., Laurent, Y., and Taconet, M.
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Data Collection Reference Framework Task I II and III, WECAFC, 2018

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Year: 2018
Author: Laurent, Y., and Taconet, M.
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Data Collection Reference Framework Task IV and V, WECAFC, 2018

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Year: 2018
Author: Cummings, A.
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Data Collection Reference Framework Task VI Socio Economics

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Year: 2018
Author: Taconet, M.
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FIRMS Information Management Policy

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Year: 2015
Author: FIRMS Secretariat
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iMarine Community best practices – DRAFT Data access and sharing policy, 2014

This document is at a draft stage of collecting policy principles and best practices for the proper utilization of the iMarine data e-infrastructure along its terms of use.

Year: 2014
Author: iMarineBoard
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iMarine Policy and Guidelines – DRAFT Data access and sharing policy

The chapter “Data access and sharing policy” has been elaborated following guidance of the first and second iMarine Board meetings during which principles, concepts, and policy elements were debated and feedback was provided.

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Proposal for Regional Logbook Guidelines For fishery management and stock assessment purposes

The need for guidelines to design logbook for fisheries data collection has been identified in the WECAFC region in response to several initiatives. One key initiative was the endorsement of regional fisheries management plans at regional level for conch, lobster and flying fish, recommending the implementation of data collection instruments such as logbooks for artisanal and industrial fleets (e.g., conch), and for improvement of existing national data collection systems (e.g., flying fish). The recommendation to improve national data collection systems was an output of the WECAFC-FIRMS Data Workshop held in January 2016 in Barbados1, and was further reinforced after national reviews by Belize2, St. Lucia3 and St. Kitts and Nevis4 which were done late 2016.

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Report of First Meeting Of The Regional Fisheries Data And Statistics Working Group (FDSWG) Barbados, 14–16 May 2018

This is the report of the1st Meeting of the WECAFC-CRFM-OSPESCA Fisheries Data and Statistics Working Group (FDS-WG) convened 14–16 May 2018 in Barbados (West Indies), established as per decision of the 16th Commission meeting of the Western Central Atlantic Fisheries Commission (WECAFC). The event served as the first Meeting of the joint Regional FDS-WG of the WECAFC, Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM), and the Organization for Fisheries and Aquaculture for Central America (OSPESCA). Experts from 16 members of WECAFC participated. Staff and resource persons from FAO and NOAA also contributed.

Year: 2018
Author: FAO
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