Experiences with Fisheries Co-Management in Europe

David Symes, Nathalie Steins, Juan-Luis Alegret

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Abstract

Fisheries management in Europe is confronted by a situation of exceptional complexity such as is found nowhere else in the world. Not only is the coastline highly fragmented and deeply indented, with much of the marine space separated off into distinctive semi-enclosed areas like the Baltic, North, Mediterranean and Black seas, but responsibility for fisheries management is also divided among a large and growing number of coastal states.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Fisheries Co-management Experience
EditorsDouglas Clyde Wilson, Jesper Raakjaer Nielsen, Poul Degnbol
PublisherSpringer Netherlands
Chapter8
Pages119-133
ISBN (Electronic)9789401733236
ISBN (Print)9789048163441
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

NameFish & Fisheries Series
PublisherSpringer
Volume26

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