“Mais de 90 pescadores lúdicos morreram nos 10715258_770x433_acf_croppedúltimos 19 anos e 137 ficaram feridos em 252 acidentes registados em zona rochosa ou em falésia, a maioria na zona de Lagos, Faro, segundo dados da Autoridade Marítima Nacional. Há uma semana, um pescador lúdico, de 32 anos, caiu ao mar na praia da Biscaia, em Cascais, e ainda não foi encontrado.”

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Fonte: Observador, 28 de março de 2017

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/29

EU fishing fleet urges post-Brexit access to UK seas

Financial_Times_corporate_logo.svg“Fishing groups from nine EU countries have demanded continued access to UK waters after Brexit and warned that UK fish supplies could otherwise lose tariff-free access to the continent.
The fishing associations from coastal European countries met in Brussels on Wednesday to form an alliance ahead of Brexit talks, with all agreeing that access to fish in UK waters was a “priority”. EU countries rely heavily on access to UK seas, with some vessels catching up to 80 per cent of their fish there. Some UK fishing groups and politicians have demanded that Britain remove foreign vessels after Brexit to improve catches for UK fishermen.”

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Fonte: Financial Times, 22 de março de 2017

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/29

Pescas: taxa de execução do Mar 2020 é de 4,9%

“Luísbarco-de-pesca-610x310 Sousa, Gestor-adjunto do MAR 2020, actualizou publicamente dados sobre a implementação do programa em Portugal, nas vertentes das prioridades 1 (pescas) e 2 (aquicultura) durante um seminário sobre «Inovação e oportunidades na pesca e aquicultura no Algarve», promovido pela Docapesca no primeiro dia da Mar Algarve Expo 2017, que decorreu em Portimão, de 23 a 25 de Março.”

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Fonte: Jornal da Economia do Mar

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/27

Cautious fish evolve out of marine reserves

fish“New research supports the creation of more marine reserves in the world’s oceans because, the authors say, fish can evolve to be more cautious and stay away from fishing nets. The research suggests that by creating additional “no-take”areas, some fish will stay within marine reserves where they are protected from  fishing. While other fish will move around the ocean, these less mobile fish will continue to live in the protected areas, pass this behaviour on to their offspring, and contribute to future generations, increasing the overall stock.”

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Fonte: Sea around Us

pesca-006-476x357“A New Economics Foundation (Fundação para a Nova Economia) publicou uma nova análise na qual revela que Portugal “não está a gerir as pescas no interesse público”.

O estudo da fundação mostra que existe uma grande variação entre 12 Estados-membros da UE e, simultaneamente, uma “incapacidade geral de obtenção dos melhores resultados para a indústria e para os cidadãos”. Embora os totais admissíveis de captura nas águas europeias sejam acordados através de negociações entre os ministros europeus, a distribuição dos direitos de pesca é “posteriormente determinada por cada um dos governos”, refere o estudo.”

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Fonte: Agricultura e Mar, 24 de março de 2017

“Than134465_238750ks to the hard work of pet owners and activists like you, Mars and Nestlé — the two largest pet food companies in the world — are committing to make immediate changes to help ensure their pet food supply chains are safer for our oceans and workers.

What exactly did Mars and Nestlé do?

The companies are committing to address a shifty practice in their supply chains called transshipment. This practice enables fishing vessels to offload their products to other boats at sea, far from sight, and continue fishing for months or years at a time. Transshipment is often associated with human rights abuse, illegal fishing and smuggling of shark fins.”

Fonte: Greenpeace, 16 de março de 2017

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finland-2-300x201In the global moment of uncertainty we need to both guarantee our fisheries’ sustainability and the continuation of our specific cultural traditions and ways of fishing. Narratives of doom and gloom need to be met, addressed and learned from, but central to the survival of European small-scale fisheries will be a discovery and implementation of a new, credible and sound narrative of co-governance.

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Fonte: Low Impact Fisheries

 

The European Commission is organising a Ministerial Conference on Mediterranean fisheries in Malta on 29-30 March 2017. This event is a significant political push to address the alarming state of stocks and its impact on the industry and coastal communities.

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Fonte: European Commission

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A Secretaria Regional do Mar, Ciência e Tecnologia dos Açores decidiu abrir uma excepção aos condicionamentos ao exercício da pesca por arte de cerco e por arte de levantar para a ilha de São Miguel.

Uma portaria publicada hoje, 20 de Março, em Jornal Oficial determina que a utilização das artes de cerco e de levantar poderá ser autorizada ao domingo em São Miguel, mediante solicitação por parte da associação representativa do sector desta ilha até às 14h00 da sexta-feira que antecede a data em que se pretende utilizar estas artes, desde que durante os três dias que antecedem o pedido não tenha ocorrido a primeira venda das espécies capturadas com estas artes, nomeadamente chicharro, cavala e sardinha.

Fonte: Agricultura e Mar, dia 22 de Março de 2017

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“CCB together with more than 100 European Organisations call upon MEPs to support the 2014 Parliament position that maintained the ban on subsidies for the construction of new fishing vessels, which has existed in the EU since 2004. Reintroducing the opportunity to use subsidies for new fisheries vessel would undermine the objectives of the reformed Common Fisheries Policy to end overfishing, the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (in particular SDG14) and the ongoing negotiations on fisheries subsidies in the WTO.”

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Fonte – Coalition Clean Baltic – 17 de março de 2017

A PONG-Pesca e os seus oito membros subscrevem esta carta.

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/17

MINOUW Project – A história do Humberto em Olhão

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/17

Atlantic Cleanup

“In honour of JacCousteau Society.32ques-Yves Cousteau’s life and accomplishments, the shorelines of the Atlantic will witness the world’s single largest clean up of ocean-borne debris on the anniversary of his birth, Sunday, June 11, 2017.Volunteer organisations in the Azores, Portugal, Bermuda, Madeira, Spain, Holland, South Africa, Brazil, Cape Verde, Dutch Caribbean, Canary Islands, Brazil, Guadaloupe, Dominica, Bahamas, USA, UK, Ireland and more, will join hands to collect all forms of plastic waste, inorganic flotsam/jetsam, trash, junk and garbage from the Atlantic’s beaches and shorelines. The goal is to involve communities and citizen organizations from all our Atlantic neighbors highlighting ocean plastic as a widely shared problem.”

Ver mais informações aqui.

Fonte: Atlantic Cleanup

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/16

OUR OCEAN, AN OCEAN FOR LIFE 5-6 OCTOBER 2017 MALTA

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Over 3 billion people depend directly on our seas for their livelihoods. But in reality, all of us depend on the ocean: for our water, our food, our climate and our air.

Ver mais informações sobre a conferência aqui.

Fonte: Our Ocean

e20170314_peixe-fishchoice-660x330“A Fishchoice é a nova ferramenta, disponível na Internet, que auxilia os consumidores e profissionais a avaliarem eficiente e eficazmente os riscos e benefícios associados ao consumo de pescado. A plataforma foi criada pelo projecto ECsafeSeaFood, financiado pela União Europeia..”

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Fonte – Agricultura e Mar Actual – 14 de março de 2017

“The economic performance of the EU fleet improved significantly again in 2014, according to the latest Annual Economic Report. Between 2008 and 2014, the EU fleet moved from a loss-making position in 2008 to registering record-high net profits of €770 million in 2014 – up from €500 million in 2013. Forecasts for 2016 remain positive.”

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Fonte – Comissão Europeia – 19 de janeiro de 2017

“Carlos Rafael, owner of Carlos Seafoods – the largest commercial fishing business in New England – is scheduled to plead guilty to evading fishing quotas and smuggling profits to Portugal on 16 March, 2017, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office for the District of Massachusetts.”

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Fonte: Seafoodsource.com – 9 de março de 2017

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“Intensive fishing can strongly impact marine ecosystems; among other things, it usually causes the mean trophic level of the catches to decline, an indicator of the occurrence of the ‘fishing down’ (FD) phenomenon. Although FD occurs throughout the world oceans, it can easily be masked by diverse factors, which has misled authors as to its generality. In this contribution, which uses the East China Sea as an example, we explore the masking effect on FD of the taxonomic coarseness of catch data, of assuming that individual sizes remain constant after intensive fishing, and the geographic expansion of fisheries. The result showed that all of these masking factors occur in the East China Sea, where only a few species are reported separately and the bulk of the catch is pooled into non-informative ‘mixed fishes’. Also, the small mesh sizes and intensive fishing have reduced the sizes of fish and their trophic levels, while the fisheries have expanded offshore. Overall, taking the masking factors into account, the fishing down effect, i.e., the decline of the mean trophic level of the catch between 1979 and 2014 is in the order of 0.15 TL per decade, i.e., one of the highest estimates of FD in the world. Some ecological implications are presented.”

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Fonte: PLOS ONE – 7 de março de 2017

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/10

MARINE STATION TECHNICAL STAFF – 1 VACANCY @CCMAR

“The Algarve Centre for Marine Science (CCMAR) has a vacancy for technical staff (M/F) to satisfy temporary needs under an uncertain term employment contract, in order to support the work carried at the Ramalhete Marine Station and other aquatic organism facilities in the context of the European Marine Biological Resource Centre (EMBRC) and related activities.Applications between 7 and 21 March 2017.”

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Fonte: CCMAR–  março de 2017

“As grandes algas marinhas sãestero a casa para diversas espécies de peixes e invertebrados marinhos. Ester Serrão, bióloga marinha do Centro de Ciências do Mar (CCMAR) na Universidade do Algarve (UAlg), está a estudar a diversidade genética das grandes algas marinhas a baixo do nível de espécie, com o objetivo de identificar as formas como as diferentes populações destas algas se adaptaram ao meio-ambiente.”

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Fonte: 90 segundos de ciência –  9 de março de 2017

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/10

Oito empresas lusas na maior feira de pesca da América

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“O setor das pescas português estará pela primeira vez representado, por oito empresas, na maior feira de pesca da América do Norte, a Seafood Expo, que acontece em Boston entre 19 e 21 de março.”

Ler artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Dinheiro Vivo–  7 de março de 2017

zanzibar_mfenisiniGender emerges as a strong determinant of seafood trade and fishery participation. Men and women fulfill different roles in the Zanzibari fishery system, as seen in many SSF elsewhere. Women are predominately involved as traders rather than fishers, while men dominate resource extraction. Smaller or lower-value products are principally traded in the booming local market, either fresh, fried or dried. A growing export market largely targets small dried pelagics and the tourist industry demands fresh specimens of high-value species.

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Fonte: GENDER IN AQUACULTURE AND FISHERIES

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/08

Shark and Ray Tourism

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WWF, Project AWARE and The Manta Trust have joined together to bring the world’s first Responsible Shark & Ray Tourism: A Guide to Best Practice.  Shark and ray tourism is on the rise globally. If current trends continue, the numbers of shark related tourism could more than double over the next twenty years. The Guide, developed in collaboration with science and industry, aims to create well managed shark and ray tourism operations, conserve species and benefit local communities.

One in four shark and ray species is facing an increased threat of extinction due primarily to overfishing. Well managed, responsible shark and ray related ecotourism can be a powerful, complementary conservation strategy.  It can also serve as an important supplementary source of income benefiting operators and the local communities alike.

The Guide, Responsible Shark and Ray Tourism – A Guide to Best Practice provides a suite of free, practical, downloadable tools that can be used by operators, NGOs, local communities and resource managers.

Fonte: WWF, dia 7 de Março 2017

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Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/08

ICES Newsletter March 2017

Pode consultar o último número da newsletter do CIEM/ICES aqui.

Consultar números anteriores aqui.

Fonte: CIEM/ICES

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/07

DGRM dá início à modernização do SIFICAP

e20170307_DGRM-.jpg“Segundo Comunicado da DGRM, teve já início o projecto de modernização do SIFICAP, o Sistema de Fiscalização e Controlo das Actividades de Pesca, pioneiro no mundo.

A sessão de arranque do projecto de modernização do SIFICAP, congregando a DGRM, Marinha, Força Aérea, Guarda Nacional Republicana, Região Autónoma dos Açores e Região Autónoma da Madeira, decorreu nas instalações da DGRM, pretendendo-se com a nova aplicação, entre outros aspectos, a implementação do ponto único de registo da actividade nacional de controlo e inspecção da pesca e das actividades conexas, nomeadamente através de uma maior e melhor integração de dados entre as entidades participantes no sistema, através de novos workflows integrados.”

Ler artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Jornal da Economia do Mar –  6 de março de 2017

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/07

Salvar pradarias garante prémio no feminino

e20170307_guardiasDoMarPremioYves“O projeto de Raquel Gaspar, que passa pela sensibilização das mulheres pescadoras no Sado sobre a reciclagem e a importância da eliminação do lixo que resulta de técnicas mais agressivas, garantiu-lhe o prémio Terres de Femmes Portugal 2017.

Esta homenagem é atribuída anualmente pela fundação Yves Rocher que destaca trabalhos de empreendedorismo no feminino. Este ano, o trabalho de Raquel Gaspar destacou-se.”

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Fonte: Dinheiro Vivo –  6 de março de 2017

9781464809194-pdf“Fishing less, and better, could  generate an additional $83 billion each year for the fisheries sector, creating a much-needed revenue stream in developing countries and improving global food security, according to a new World Bank Group report.

The Sunken Billions Revisited, an update on a 2009 study, shows that reducing the global fishing effort would allow fish stocks to recover from overexploitation and lead to increases in the weight, value and price of fish landed, boosting the profitability of the fisheries sector from an estimated $3 billion a year to $86 billion. It would also lead to more fish being caught and landed, because stocks would have recovered to healthier levels, thus helping meet growing global demand for seafood and improving food security in many countries around the world.”

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Fonte: The World Bank – 14 de fevereiro de 2017

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Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/03/03

Commission adopts new regulation on EU Fleet Register

logo_en“Updates to the European Union’s fleet register will soon be available in real time, following the adoption of a new regulation by the European Commission on 6 February. The regulation makes it easier for EU member states to update the fleet register while giving the Commission the necessary tools to cross-check the data that member states submit.”

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Fonte: European Commission – 10  de fevereiro de 2017

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sardinha“Portugal e Espanha definiram um total de capturas de 10 mil toneladas de sardinha, até 31 de julho de 2017, das quais 6800 toneladas podem ser capturadas pela frota portuguesa. Estas medidas de gestão complementam o período de interdição adotado por ambos os países nos meses de janeiro e fevereiro”, refere um despacho publicado, na quinta-feira, no Diário da República-”

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Fonte: Jornal de Notícias – 03 de março de 2017

shutterstock_539935681The idea of starting a charity called Human Rights at Sea was born through a combination of past military maritime and conflict-related human rights experience, an unexpected realisation that there was a gap in the maritime market explicitly dealing with the issue, and a request from a former client in 2013 asking: “What is the landscape for human rights at sea?”

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Fonte: Ethical Corporation – 06 de fevereiro de 2017

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No dia em que se comemoram os 150 anos do escritor, será apresentado o trabalho de pesquisa que está a ser realizado no âmbito do espetáculo de teatro-documentário “Pelos que andam sobre as águas do mar” nas comunidades piscatórias de Sesimbra, Nazaré, Setúbal, Montijo, Olhão e Ílhavo.

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Fonte: Mútua dos Pescadores

 

 

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/02/28

EUMOFA Monthly Highlights – 1/2017

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Pode consultar o último número da newsletter do EUMOFA aqui.

Consultar números anteriores aqui.

Fonte: EUMOFA – 24 de fevereiro de 2017

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Fonte: Docapesca – 27 de fevereiro de 2017

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/02/27

FARNET’s New Website is now live!

“Get a fresh look at FARNET thanks to our new website, now up and running! We invite you to explore www.farnet.eu and tell us what you think!”

Fonte: FARNET

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/02/27

MILLIONS OF TONNES OF PRIME FISH OFF LIMITS TO HUMANS

add-heading“Every year for the past 60 years, an average of 20 million tonnes of fish caught in the global ocean have not been used to nourish people.

A new study emerging from the Sea Around Us project at the University of British Columbia’s Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries reveals that from 1950 to 2010, 27 per cent of commercial marine landings were diverted to uses other than direct human consumption.

This trend has not changed in recent years and it poses serious questions regarding food security, as most of the diverted fish are classified as food-grade or prime food-grade.”

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Fonte: Sea Around Us – 12 de fevereiro de 2017

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“The Committee on Fisheries will hold a hearing on “The state and development of the biomass of fish stocks managed by the Common Fisheries Policy” on 27 February 2017, from 15:00 to 17:00.

The purpose of this hearing is to better understand the difficulties to reach and maintain healthy fish populations’ biomass levels, which is one of the central objectives of the new CFP. Representatives from science, NGOs and Fishermen are invited to explain their views on this issue.”

Location : Brussels – European Parliament – Altiero Spinelli (ASP) A 1 G2

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Fonte – Comissão das Pescas do Parlamento Europeu

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/02/21

Fish under threat from ocean oxygen depletion, finds study

e20170221_900“The depletion of oxygen in our oceans threatens future fish stocks and risks altering the habitat and behaviour of marine life, scientists have warned, after a new study found oceanic oxygen levels had fallen by 2% in 50 years.

The study, carried out at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Germany, was the most comprehensive of the subject to date. The fall in oxygen levels has been attributed to global warming and the authors warn that if it continues unchecked, the amount of oxygen lost could reach up to 7% by 2100. Very few marine organisms are able to adapt to low levels of oxygen.”

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Fonte: The Guardian –  20 de fevereiro de 2017

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Fonte: Docapesca – 20 de fevereiro de 2017

3952“The hopes of British fishermen that the UK can win its “waters back” after Brexit are expected to be dashed by the European parliament, despite the campaign promises of Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage, a leaked EU document reveals.”

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Fonte: The Guardian –  15 de fevereiro de 2017

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Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/02/20

Spanish fishing group calls for stronger tuna management

opagactuna“An organization representing the Spanish purse seine tuna trawling fleet is calling for more stringent management of tuna stocks at the two meetings of governing boards overseeing tuna fishing in the Indian and Pacific oceans.”

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Fonte: Seafoodsource.com – 13 de fevereiro de 2016

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“It is the quintessential herald of a fishing vessel on the horizon: a swarming congregation of seabirds, gliding, and diving in the distance, sun glinting on white wings as a cacophony of cries echoes across the water. Picturesque as it may be, the scene represents one of the largest threats to the survival of many seabirds. In their attempt to procure an easy meal from a fishing vessel’s baited lines, loaded nets and discards, birds are often entangled or hooked in fishing gear. Known as bycatch, accidental entrapment of unwanted marine life is estimated to account for between 160,000 and 320,000 seabird deaths every year.”

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Fonte: Global Fish Watch – 4 de novembro de 2016

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/02/17

A New View of Marine Protected Areas

foto_blog_ais“In 2016, 33 countries agreed to establish a global network of scientifically supported Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) that will increase the amount of ocean area protected from the current 2 percent to 10 percent by the year 2020. MPAs either restrict human activity such as fishing, or they prohibit it all together. But the question is: do they work?”

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Fonte: Global Fishing Watch – 31 de janeiro de 2017

Grab your cameras and show us because we’re launching a photo competition!

Submit your phphoto-competitionotograph before March 15th and you may just win to have your photograph be a focal point in the next FARNET Guide following the transnational seminar on “Social inclusion for vibrant fishing communities”.

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Fonte: EU – FARNET

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/02/16

Pescadoartesanal.com

transferir-1«Pescado artesanal» é uma plataforma online e uma campanha de comunicação com o intuito de aumentar o consumo de marisco de captura artesanal. A plataforma online reúne produtos de quatro lotas, tornando o marisco local mais acessível para os consumidores.

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Fonte: EU – FARNET

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O Centro de Investigação Marinha e Ambiental (CIMA) da Universidade do Algarve (UAlg) tem o prazer de anunciar a palestra “EurOcean – Adding Value to Information on Marine Science & Technology”, a proferir por Ned Dwyer, Diretor Executivo da EurOcean a decorrer  no próximo dia 17 de Fevereiro a partir das 11h00, no anfiteatro 1.81.1, Edifício 8,  em Campus de Gambelas da Universidade do Algarve.

Saber mais:  www.cima.ualg.pt
Fonte: CIMA, dia 15 de Fevereiro de 2017

e20170214_image_content_528487_20170213204219“As embarcações de arrasto de fundo vão ter um diário de pesca eletrónico a partir de janeiro do próximo ano e os pescadores vão participar em comissões de acompanhamento da pesca por zona, segundo um diploma ontem publicado.

No preâmbulo da portaria publicada hoje em Diário da República, a ministra do Mar, Ana Paula Vitorino, lembra a importância do equipamento de monitorização contínua e do preenchimento dos diários de pesca para o controlo da atividade da pesca com a arte de ganchorra, um saco de rede com a abertura ligada a uma estrutura rígida que revolve o fundo do mar por arrasto, capturando, por exemplo, conquilhas ou ameijoas.”

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Fonte: Díario de Notícias – 31 de janeiro de 2017

meam-justified-square-clear-1“A primary goal for many marine scientists in academia or non-governmental research organizations is improving understanding of marine ecosystems so they can be better managed and conserved. But remaining primarily in the academic realm and publishing relevant findings in academic journals alone may not be sufficient (or timely enough) to inform on-the-ground and in-the-water decision making. A study of the utility of primary scientific literature to coral reef MPA managers in Australia, Kenya and Belize found average publication lag times of more than three years for relevant scientific research and more than half of relevant scientific articles behind paywalls (arrangements in which access to a website or document is restricted to users who have paid to subscribe to the site).

Ideally, a wide range of organizations and institutions should contribute to connecting scientists with marine resource managers to work on pressing knowledge needs. Academic institutions need to recognize the value of and reward knowledge sharing activities in their hiring and promotion decisions. Funding organizations should – and many already do – promote and support collaboration and knowledge sharing as well as research. And scientists can become involved with “boundary organizations” that already facilitate collaboration and information flow between researchers and managers in many regions and scientific study areas. (Read about the work of a boundary organization working in the Western Indian Ocean.)

Even in the face of institutional constraints, however, there are many things that marine scientists as individuals can do to work more effectively with marine managers and to inform marine management. In this article, marine scientists, communicators, and funders who are successfully bridging the gap between scientific research and management in locations around the world share what they have learned about informing marine resource management.”

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Fonte: Marine Ecosystems And Management (MEAM) – 31 de janeiro de 2017

1107633“Com o futuro dependente da banca, a Acuinova, a unidade de produção de pregado que a Pescanova tem na Praia de Mira, procura viabilizar a empresa e a entrada de novos accionistas é uma possibilidade. A empresa viu, no final de Janeiro, aprovado pela justiça portuguesa o pedido de Processo Especial de Revitalização (PER) e tem agora que acordar com os credores uma reestruturação ou perdão da dívida para assegurar o funcionamento da fábrica inaugurada em 2009.”

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Fonte: Público – 6 de fevereiro de 2017

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Publicado por: pongpesca | 2017/02/10

FARNET Flash January 2017

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Pode consultar o último número da newsletter da FARNET aqui.

Consultar números anteriores aqui.

Fonte: FARNET

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