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Stakeholder worskshop
DEEPFISHMAN
Brussels
29-30 June 2009
http://www.ifremer.fr/deepfishman
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
DEEPFISHMAN general aim
• Develop strategy options for the management of deepwater
fisheries in the NE Atlantic
– Appropriate/new
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Stock assessment methods
Biological reference points (BRPs)
Harvest Control rules (HCRs)
Managements strategies
– Account of
• Stock sensitivity
• Biodiversity/ecosystem and VMEs sustainability and conservation
– Specify additional monitoring data requirements
• (e.g.) lack of scientific cruises, economics data missing in some
fisheries, poor knowledge of high resolution spatial distribution of
fishing effort
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
Current situation: assessment
• Exploratory/unreliable in most CSs
• Existing data no all available to assessment
groups (e.g. ICES/WGDEEP)
• No protocole to integrate some data (e.g. on-board
observations)
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
Current situation: management
(EU only)
• Main management tool= TACs
• Effort limitation (ceiling on total effort/ member
country licensing scheme)
• Existing technical measures: e.g. spatial and
seasonal closures for blue ling
• Ecosystem/biodiversity assessment: not integrated
with stock assessment
– Some MPAs designed for VMEs conservations
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
What should be achived in 2012
• Reliable assessments and/or indicator based
management
• Biological reference Points (BRPs)
• Harvest Control Rules (HCRs)
• Monitoring framework
• Requirements for progress towards
– objectives of WSSD (e.g. MSY estimated data or
requirements)
– (For EU) MSFD
• initial ecosystem assessment
• indicators relevant to the 11 ecosystem descriptors of
MSFD
Integrated in a long-term management strategy framework
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
How the project is organised
WP7: Management strategy framework
Leader
AZTI
Integrates Overall Project Impacts
WP2
WP3
WP4
WP5
Review of
existing
Management
& monitoring
approaches
Leader
CEFAS
Socioeconomic
study
Dev. of
appropriate
Assessm.
Methodol.
Reference
Points
Leader
UoI
Leader
Imp. College.
Leader
Imp. College
& HCRs
WP6
Trends in
biodiversity
Leader
IFREMER
THE SELECTED CASE STUDIES COLLATE DATA & PROVIDE INPUTS FOR WPs
WP8: Dissemination & Outreach
Leader MRI
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
Deepfishman builds on 5 case studies (at least 9 fisheries)
• range of situations in EU waters
• some case studies out of EU waters (Namibia, NAFO, Iceland, Norway,
NEAFC regulatory area)
• several are data poor two data rich Case study are included
Case study 1: Single species fisheries:
Highly sensitive(*) species
1a: Orange roughy in Namibia
1b: Orange roughy in ICES sub-areas VI and VII
Less sensitive(*) species
1c: Blue ling in ICES Division Vb and sub-areas VI-VII
Contacts:
Rudy Cloete, NatMIRC, Namibia (rudi1@iway.na)
sensitive = easy to overexploit
Leonie Dransfeld, Marine Institute, Ireland (leonie.dransfeld@marine.ie )
DEEPFISHMAN
Stakeholder
workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
Phil
Large, Cefas,
UK (phil.large@cefas.co.uk)
Case study 2: Multi species fishery
French trawl fishery to the west of the British Isles
Main target species:
roundnose grenadier
blackscabbard fish
used to exploit significantly deep-water shark (low TAC in
2009; 0 TAC in 2010)
Link with CS2c: single species fishery for blue ling
due to evolution over time of fishing activities
Contact: Pascal Lorance, Ifremer, Nantes, F (pascal.lorance@ifremer.fr)
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
Case study 3: artisanal fisheries
3a: Red seabream in the Gulf of Cadix (handlines and
longlines) and Bay of Biscay (depleted stock)
3b: Red seabream in the Mediterranean sea (handlines,
longlines and nets)
3c: Black scabbard fish of Portugal (longlines)
Contacts:
Chrissi-Yianna Politou, HCMR (c-y@ath.hcmr.gr)
Juan Gil, IEO, Cadix, ES (juan.gil@cd.ieo.es)
Pascal Lorance, Ifremer, Nantes, FR (pascal.lorance@ifremer.fr)
Ivone Figueiredo, IPIMAR, Lisbon, PT (ivonefig@ipimar.pt)
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
Case study 4: redfish (Sebastes mentella) in the NE
Atlantic
Fishery:
- well documented bottom trawling on Norwegian shelf
- data poor pelagic trawling
- an unclear complex (?)
- no quantitative assessment
Contact: Benjamin Planque, IMR, Tromsø, NO
benjamin.planque@imr.no
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
Case study 5: Greenland halibut in NAFO area
• Fishing grounds: Between 600-1300 m. Depth
• Catch levels: 22.000 – 25.000 ton
• Countries: Spain, Portugal, Canada, Russia, etc
• Fleet: around 60 vessels
• Gear: Bottom trawl
• Last assessment:
•XSA Model
•Explo. Biomass = 86.000 tons
•Fbar (5-10) = 0.432
Contact: Fernando Gonzales, IEO, Vigo, ES fernando.gonzalez@vi.ieo.es
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
CS 1
CS 2
CS3
CS4
SC5
Directed
single
species
fisheries
Multi
species
fishery
Artisanal
fisheries
Data rich
Redfish
Data rich
Greenland
halibut
NAFO
Reviews
Data
Preliminary report
Case study workshop
Case study reports (April 2010)
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
Work with stakeholders
- analyse how deep-water fisheries can be
assessed/managed
- discuss the project plan
- analyse where stakeholder can contribute with data
- define the involvement of stakeholders in the
management of Deep-water fisheries
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
Links with Marine
Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD)
• Descriptors of MSFD:
- 1
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- Biological diversity is maintained. [...]
2 - Non-indigenous species
- 3 - Commercially exploited fish [...] healthy stock.
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4 - Marine food web [...] normal abundance and diversity [...]
5 - Eutrophication
- 6 - Sea-floor integrity [...] structure and functions [...]
safeguarded [...] benthic ecosystems [...] not adversely
affected
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7 - Hydrographical conditions
8 - Contaminants in the environment
- 9 - contaminants in seafood
- 10 - [...] marine litter do not cause harm
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11 - Introduced energy
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009
Future management
• Agenda
– implementation of the MSFD
– reform of the CFP
• Topics
– green paper on the CFP reform: more
involvement of the stakeholders; stock
managed to produce MSY
– MSFD & CFP reform : ecosystem
approach
DEEPFISHMAN Stakeholder workshop Brussels, 29-30 June 2009