4 edition of Guidelines for Designing Data Collection And Sharing Systems for Co-managed Fisheries Part.i found in the catalog.
Guidelines for Designing Data Collection And Sharing Systems for Co-managed Fisheries Part.i
Ashley S. Halls
February 28, 2006
by Food & Agriculture Org
Written in English
Fao Fisheries Technical Paper
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||50|
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2 Guidelines for Designing Data Collection and Sharing Systems for Co-Managed Fisheries PART II: TECHNICAL GUIDELINES Halls, Ashley S.
1 Arthur, Robert I. 2 Bartley, Devin 3 Felsing, Malene 4 Grainger, Richard 5 Hartmann, Wolf 6 Lamberts, Dirk 2 Purvis, John 7 Sultana, Parvin 8 Thompson, Paul 8 Walmsley, Suzannah 2 1 Aquae Sulis Ltd (ASL), Midway House, Turleigh, Wiltshire, BA15 2LR.
Guidelines for Designing Data Collection and Sharing Systems for Co-Managed Fisheries PART I: PRACTICAL GUIDE Halls, Ashley S. 1 Arthur, Robert I.2 Bartley, Devin 3 Felsing, Malene 4 Grainger, Richard 5 Hartmann, Wolf 6 Lamberts, Dirk 2 Purvis, John 7 Sultana, Parvin 8 Thompson, Paul 8 Walmsley, Suzannah 2 1 Aquae Sulis Ltd (ASL), Midway House, Turleigh, Wiltshire, BA15 2LR.
8 Guidelines for designing data collection and sharing systems for co-managed fisheries: Part 2 The first is a suppression of national authority through economic or integrated management organizations often operating on a regional scale.
Examples include the Mekong River Commission and the South African Development Size: 2MB. Mechanisms and approaches for the collection and sharing of data and information to develop and sustain these co-managed fisheries are, however, conspicuously lacking in most developing countries.
The project R, funded by FMSP in order to help bridge this gap, employed a series of participatory research activities to develop guidelines for. Evaluation and Uptake Promotion of Data Collection Guidelines for Co-Managed Fisheries This project aimed to further evaluate the utility of the guidelines developed by previous FMSP project 'Fisheries Data Collection & Sharing Mechanisms for Co-management', improve them accordingly and promote them widely to target stakeholders.
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