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JNAFS


Volume 23 - 1998

What Future for Capture Fisheries

For this Special Session in September 1997, the Scientific Council selected the Symposium 'What Future for Capture Fisheries - A Shift in Paradigm: Visioning Sustainable Harvest from the Northwest Atlantic in the Twenty-first Century'. The title particularly suited the setting of the NAFO 19th Annual Meeting held in St. John's, Newfoundland upon the invitation of Canada - a Coastal State Contracting Party of NAFO. The Annual Meeting was located in St. John's, Newfoundland, as Newfoundland and Labrador celebrated the John Cabot 500th Anniversary commemorating 500 years of Northwest Atlantic in relation to harvesting the sea. The Symposium was hosted by the NAFO Scientific Council and held at the Marine Institute of the Memorial University of Newfoundland. 

The papers are currently available as pdf versions only. Click on the title, which links to the abstract - pdf link is below the abstract.

Table of contents

Opening Session
The NAFO Model of International Collaborative Research, Management and Cooperation
L. S. Parsons and J. S. Beckett  
The Future of the International Law of Capture Fisheries
Mary Beth West
The Future Fisheries: Constraints and Possibilities Sustainability - Ecological Impact from Fisheries, the Political Environment and How This May Affect the Future of Capture Fisheries 
Lassen, H.
Theme Session 1: History of Fishing in the Northwest Atlantic
History of Fisheries in the Northwest Atlantic: The 500-Year Perspective
W. H. Lear
The History of Fisheries Management and Scientific Advice - the ICNAF/NAFO History from the End of World War II to the Present
Anderson, E. D.
Theme Session 2: Management Approaches - Caring for the Future Resources 
Controlling Marine Fisheries 50 Years from Now
Rosenberg, A. A.
Theme Session 3: Fisheries Research - Perspectives for the Twenty-first Century
What Can Technology Offer the Future Fisheries Scientist - Possibilities for Obtaining Better Estimates of Stock Abundance by Direct Observations
Godo, O. R.
Where is Fisheries Science Heading - How Can Fish Stock Assessments be Improved
Ulltang, O.
Integrating Fisheries Observations with Environmental Data - Towards a Better Understanding of the Conditions for Fish in the Sea
Stein, M.
Theme Session 4: Sustainable Livelihood for the Coastal Community
Aquaculture and Marine Fisheries: Will Capture Fisheries Remain Competitive?
Muir, J. F. and J. A. Young
The Future for Fisheries Dependant Communities: The Fisheries-Dependant Region of Galicia
Vazquez Seijas, V.
Theme Session 5: The Future for Capture Fisheries
On the Future Economy of Capture Fisheries and the Future Consumer Market for Fish
Ikeda, H.
Have Peak Fishery Production Levels been Passed in Continental Shelf Area? Some Perspectives Arising from Historical Trends in Production per Shelf Area
Caddy, J. F., F. Carocci and S. Coppola
World Marine Fisheries 1975-2025: Fifty Years of Change
Beckett, J. S.
Developments in Fish Food Technology - Implications for Capture Fisheries
Valdimarsson, G.
Fisheries Co-management: Organization, Process and Decision Support
Lane, D. E. and R. L. Stephenson
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Øyvind Ulltang Department of Fisheries and Marine Biology University of Bergen, HIB, N-5020 Bergen, Norway Source - Journal of Northwest A...

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assessment, environment, multispecies interactions, stock predictions
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Olav Rune Godø Institute of Marine Research, P. O. Box 1870 N-5024 Bergen, Norway Source - Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science, ...

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management, technology, stock assessment, surveys, fish behaviour, catchability
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Andrew A. Rosenberg Northeast Regional Administrator, NOAA/National Marine Fisheries Service Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930, USA Source - Journa...

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precautionary approach, management, fishing trends
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Emory D. Anderson NOAA/NMFS, Northeast Fisheries Science Center 166 Water Street, Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543, USA Source - Journal of Northw...

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NAFO, management, ICNAF, regulatory measures, scientific advice
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W. H. Lear Department of Fisheries and Oceans, 200 Kent Street Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0E6 Source - Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Sc...

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Newfoundland area, Northwest Atlantic, cod, historical overview
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Hans Lassen Danish Institute for Fisheries Research, Charlottenlund Slot DK-2920 Charlottenlund, Denmark Source - Journal of Northwest Atlantic F...

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North Atlantic, biology, technology, management
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Mary Beth West Deputy Assistant Secretary for Oceans and Space, U.S. Department of State 2201 C Street N.W., Washington, D.C., USA 20520 Source -...

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environment, capture fisheries, International agreements, management
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L. S. Parsons and J. S. Beckett Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans 200 Kent Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A OE6 Source - Journal of Northwest Atla...

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NAFO, management, international organization
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