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  • Cruise report: Irish Anglerfish & Megrim Survey 2020

    Kelly, Eoghan; Gerritsen, Hans D; Coleman, Paul; Stokes, David; O’ Brien, S.; White, Jonathan; Aristegui, M.; O’Connor, Sean (Marine Institute, 2020)
    The 2020 Irish Anglerfish and Megrim Survey (IAMS) took place from 23rd February to 18th March (area 7bcjk) and 12-21st April 2020 (area 6a) on RV Celtic Explorer. The main objective of the survey is to obtain biomass and abundance indices for anglerfish (Lophius piscatorius and L. budegassa) and megrim (Lepidorhombus whiffiagonis and L. boscii) in areas 6a (south of 58°N) and 7 (west of 8°W). Secondary objectives are to collect data on the distribution, relative abundance and biology of other commercially exploited species. For the second year, additional sampling took place in deep water (up to 1,500m) in order to monitor the recovery of exploited deep-water species following the decline of the deep-water fisheries in Irish waters. The IAMS survey is coordinated with the Scottish Anglerfish and Megrim Survey (SIAMISS) and uses the same gear and fishing practices.
  • INFOMAR Marine Mapping Study. Options Appraisal Report: Final Report 30 June 2008

    Price Waterhouse Coopers (Marine Institute, 2008)
    The Integrated Mapping for the Sustainable Development of Ireland’s Marine Resource (INFOMAR) programme is Ireland’s national marine mapping programme. It is the successor to the Irish National Seabed Survey (INSS), and is a joint venture of the Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI) and the Marine Institute (MI). The focus of the INFOMAR programme is to create a range of integrated mapping products of the physical, chemical and biological features of the seabed, in the near-shore (Zone 1, 0m to 50m) area and building on previous INSS offshore survey area (Zone II, 50m to 200m), to complete the mapping programme for the entirety of Ireland’s off-shore waters. Against this background, and to fulfil the NDP Value For Money reporting requirements for Large Capital Projects (>€30 million), PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) were commissioned by the Department of Communications, Energy and National Resources (DCENR) to undertake a detailed appraisal of the INFOMAR project. The methodology for undertaking the appraisal involved both primary and secondary research, including extensive consultation with stakeholders of the INFOMAR. A range of options for the INFOMAR programme were identified and appraised in financial and qualitative terms and are presented within this report.
  • Report of the Sea and Inland Fisheries, 1891

    Office of Irish Fisheries (Dublin: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1891)
    Annual report for 1891
  • Report of the Sea and Inland Fisheries, 1884

    Office of Irish Fisheries (Dublin: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1884)
    Annual report for 1884
  • Report of the Sea and Inland Fisheries, 1883

    Office of Irish Fisheries (Dublin: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1883)
    Annual report for 1883

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