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SR685 Brown Crab Industry Insight

Gorkana Group

This report provides an in-depth review of brown crab issues as reported in the media. Issues covered include; ethics of production (clawing and harvesting); contamination; misrepresentation of pack messaging and stock status.

June 2014Download PDF

SR670 ERAEF Final report1.pdf

Various

This report describes an exercise to assess the ecological effects of commercial fishing in waters off Southwest England (ICES Divisions VII e,f,g & h). We used the an Ecological Risk Screening (ERS) technique, which uses the available information about the effects of fishing on different ecological components; species or groups of species, habitats and ecological communities, to make an assessment of and pro-vide advice on the relative risks to each component in relation to a pre-agreed set of principles and goals.

May 2014Download PDF

Assessment of the benefits of MSC Certification to a major UK fishery and its supply chain

Poseidon Aquatic Resource Management Ltd.

his study has been undertaken by Poseidon Aquatic Resource Management Ltd for the Scottish Fisheries Sustainable Accreditation Group (SFSAG) and was completed from January to April 2014. The aim of this work is to inform decision making processes on Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification, including whether fisheries should enter the MSC certification process in the first place or if currently certified fisheries should seek re-assessment (after the 5 year period of MSC certification). This report presents the findings from the first year of a study to provide an assessment of the benefits of fishery accreditation, using the MSC certified North Sea (NS) haddock fishery as a detailed case study to determine current benefits and to track benefits for the next two consecutive years (in subsequent follow-up research). The objective of the project is to identify and assess the benefits of Scottish MSC haddock certification in branded MSC and non-labelled segments of the retail and foodservice supply chains. Furthermore, indirect benefits will be explored throughout the supply chain and with other stakeholders in the seafood industry

March 2014Download PDF

Fishermen's Environmental Monitoring Pilot - Exploring the Role of Fishermen in MPA and Environmental Monitoring

Dr Andrew Woolmer

The evidence and data requirements for the designation and subsequent monitoring of MPAs place significant logistical and economic burden for official bodies. This report demonstrates how the fishing industry can play an integral role in marine monitoring and evidence collection using underwater video surveys as a model. Collaborative surveys are shown to have mutual benefits in terms of cost and efficiency savings, knowledge transfer and relationship building.

September 2013Download PDF

Fisheries Resource Access Mapping Project: The Co. Down Wind Resource Zone

Matthew Service, Laurence Rooney, AFBI, Rod Cappell, Poseidon, Lynn Gilmore, Seafish, NI Seafood Ind

This report presents an assessment of the importance to the Northern Ireland fishing industry of the Wind Resource Zone (WRZ) off the County Down coast. This work is an early output from FishRAMP being undertaken by the Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI) and Poseidon with input from the NI seafood industry through the Seafish Northern Ireland Advisory Committee (SNIAC) as well as funding and support from Seafish and DARD.

August 2013Download PDF