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Title: MEFEPO North Western Waters Atlas 2nd Edition
Authors: Nolan, C
Connolly, P L
Kelly, E
Dransfeld, L
Slattery, N
Paramor, O A L
Frid, C L J
Keywords: Fishing Atlas
Fish Stocks
Irish Commercial Fishing
Total Allowable Catch (TAC)
Irish Sea
Celtic Sea
Ecosystem
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Marine Institute
Citation: Nolan, C., Connolly, P., Kelly, E., Dransfeld, L., Slattery, N., Paramor, O.A.L., and Frid, C.L.J. (2011): MEFEPO North Western Waters Atlas 2nd Edition. Marine Institute.
Abstract: MEFEPO (Making the European Fisheries Ecosystem Plan Operational) is a group of ecologists, economists, management experts and fisheries scientists who are trying to make ecosystem based fisheries management a reality in Europe. This Atlas is intended for policy makers, managers and interested stakeholders. Its purpose is to provide an ecosystem overview of the North Western Waters area (NWW) Regional Advisory Council (RAC) area. This new edition of the Atlas has been modified in response to stakeholder feedback to provide updated information on the physical and chemical features, habitat types, biological features, birds, mammals, fishing activity and other human activities of the NWW region. Background material on four NWW case study fisheries is presented (North East Atlantic Mackerel, Northern Hake, Dublin Bay Prawn and Scallops). This NWW Atlas was produced by the Marine Institute, Ireland as part of the EU funded MEFEPO project.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10793/640
ISBN: 9781902895499
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