Maritime Forum
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Call for tender Monitoring small-scale fisheries

to examine approaches developed for electronic monitoring of small scale fisheries and propose good practice in this area.

Last update: 08/05/17

Fukushima - impact on marine environment - outcome of second EU-Japan meeting

The meeting was a follow up to one held a year previously. The objective was to take stock of radioactive contamination in waters and marine life in the Pacific following the meltdown of the reactors at Fukushima and, in the light of new measurements and insights, to reassess measures taken to prevent contaminated marine life entering the food chain

Last update: 03/07/18

Monitoring fish imports from Pacific following Fukushima accident

NOTE TO THE COMPETENT AUTHORITIES OF THE MEMBER STATES

Last update: 04/01/12

Risk of importing contaminated fish From outside Japanese EEZ following nuclear accident at Fukushima

This assessment was made by the European Commission's Directorate General for Fisheries and Maritime Affairs on the basis of best available information. Comments, criticisma and additional analysis is invited. To provide comments on this page you need to login.

Last update: 03/07/18

ACFA RESOLUTION ON PERMITTED CADMIUM LEVELS IN BROWN CRAB MEAT

  The ACFA proposes a Resolution to address anomalies in the interpretation of relevant legislation  

Last update: 23/01/15

ACFA's OPINION ON THE DEFINITION AND THE TREATMENT TO GRANT SMALL-SCALE FISHERIES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE CFP REFORM

At the Plenary meeting held on 1/7/2010, ACFA adopted its advice on the definition and treatment to grant to Small-Scale fisheries in the context of the CFP Reform.

Last update: 23/01/15

ACFA'S RESOLUTION ON HARMONISATION IN TERMINOLOGY

ACFA has adopted a Resolution on harmonisation in terminology at its Plenary meeting of 1/7/2010. In this Resolution, ACFA askes that the terminology uses in the Commission's future legal texts to be coherent, clear to understand and unambiguous.

Last update: 23/01/15

Study 2006-15 lot 6: Definition of data collection needs for aquaculture

Aquaculture is by some seen as a sustainable alternative to the harvesting sector. In order to see whether this is true, socioeconomic data is selected and analyzed. In addition, information necessary for measuring the developments of the economic performance of the sector are identified.  Why this study?

Last update: 05/04/11

Study 2007-03 lot 1: Joint Data Collection between the fishing sector and the scientific community in Western Waters

A data collection scheme involving fishermen who are able to collect good quality field data and scientists who can produce appropriate scientific advice would result in an improved platform for fisheries management and at the same time would increase mutual respect and understanding between the industry and the scientists.

Last update: 22/05/10

Study 2008-11 lot 4 Understanding size developments of exploited stocks and ecosystems in the Mediterranean by using private fishermen’s “tally-books” and historical information

In the lack of scientific quantitative data, empirical fishermen’s knowledge and other available historical information will be compiled in order to identify and interpret long-time changes in the Mediterranean demersal fisheries and ecosystems.    Why this study?

Last update: 22/05/10