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Socio-economic Indicators in Integrated Coastal Zone and Community-based Fisheries Management

Socio-economic Indicators in Integrated Coastal Zone and Community-based Fisheries Management

Case Studies from the Caribbean (Fao Fisheries Technical Papers)

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Published by Food & Agriculture Org .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic Conditions,
  • Economic History,
  • Fish,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business/Economics

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUwe Tietze (Editor), Milton Haughton (Editor), Susana V. Siar (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12900150M
    ISBN 10925105567X
    ISBN 109789251055670

    Description: This publication consist of case studies describing how socio-economic and demographic concerns are addressed in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management in selected Caribbean countries - Belize, Dominica, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago and the Turks and Caicos Islands.   Moreover, the local meeting organized in 3 points. The meeting would present the result of catching data from fishing logbook recorded by fishers during 1 March - 5 April (before close season) and comparison catch between year and Moreover, the meeting discussed with the communities on the fisheries management measure that is implemented in the Nam Oon Dam after .

    Since, this is the first regional marine fisheries management initiative there should be vision statements, and as the long-term vision/s for the coastal and marine fisheries management/s and.   This report is found on pgs of the FAO publication "Socio-economic indicators in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management. Case studies from the Caribbean". During the fiscal year /03, the CRFM Secretariat requested FAO's assistance in undertaking a study on the use of socio-economic and demographic indicators in integrated coastal area management Author: Terrence Phillips.

    Community-Based Fisheries Management (CBFM), gives coastal communities and fisherman primary responsibility for managing their costal resources (2).This form of management is more localized and, therefore, the management techniques can take many different forms depending on regional differences and the nuances of different fisheries. It has successfully promoted integrated spatial planning (ISP) for coastal areas, the adoption of improved biosecurity in aquaculture, and co-management arrangements for near-shore capture fisheries. For example, by the end of the project, 50 shrimp Good Aquaculture Practices (GAP) zones were established and GAP groups formed with 9,


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Socio-economic indicators in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management – Case studies from the Caribbean.

FAO Fisheries Technical Paper. This publication consists of case studies describing how socio-economic and demographic concerns are addressed in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management in selected Caribbean countries - Belize, Dominica, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago and the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Socio-Economic Indicators in Integrated Coastal Zone and Community-Based Fisheries Management by Uwe Tietze,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Socio-economic indicators in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management – Case studies from the Caribbean.

FAO Fisheries Technical Paper. Socio-economic indicators in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management Case studies from the Caribbean. greater awareness of the need for collection and use of socio-economic and demographic indicators in fisheries and coastal resource management; (iv) building the capacity of stakeholder groups and training.

Socio-economic, ecological, and management indicators all fit into a linked approach to program performance.

Understanding coastal processes, and therefore evaluating program success in addressing coastal issues, requires a broad and rich set of integrated by: Socio-economic Indicators and Integrated Coastal Management Article (PDF Available) in Ocean & Coastal Management 46(3) December with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

A community-based ecosystem approach to fisheries management: guidelines for Pacific Island countries vi ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS These guidelines have been developed to meet the aspirations of Pacific Island countries as stated in the Pacific Islands regional coastal fisheries management policy and strategic actions (known as the Apia Policy)File Size: 2MB.

Integrating Environmental and Socio-Economic Indicators of a Linked Catchment–Coastal System Using Variable Environmental Intensity.

Success at integrated catchment management (ICM) requires. It was realized that with the increasing rate of deterioration of fisheries resource in the Philippines, there was no way the country could pursue a pathway of sustainable development. After enactment of the Local Government Code ofthe government actively promoted community-based fisheries management (CBFM) to conserve the coastal by: 3.

Socio-economic indicators in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management [electronic resource]: case studies from the Caribbean by Tietze, Uwe, ; Haughton, Milton ; Siar, Susana V ; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

The implementation of national policies in coastal zone management plans is commonly delegated to regional and/or local authorities. Coastal Management Issues. The coastal zone is considered a region in its own right because of its dependence on land-ocean by: 5. Integrating natural and socio-economic science in coast management Article in Journal of Marine Systems 25(3) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: R.

Kerry Turner. SPAIN - METHODOLOGY AND USE OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS FOR MANAGING FISHERIES 1 1. Justification, background and aims 1. From a socio-economic perspective, fishing is becoming a more complex activity nearly all over the world.

This is a result of the interrelation of different groups of fishermen with sometimes conflictingFile Size: KB. Socio-economic indicators in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management: case studies from the Caribbean Author: Uwe Tietze ; Milton Haughton ; Susana V Siar ; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

analysis and integrated coastal management. She has conducted marine policy related research including tuna fisheries Box Community-based conservation area management project: a case of inequitable distribution Economics of Coastal Zone Management in the Pacific Economics of Coastal Zone Management in the Pacific.

Economics of File Size: 2MB. Socio-economic indicators in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management of foreign investment. In GDP estimates (purchasing power parity) stood at US$ billion, with a growth rate of percent, while the GDP per capita stood at US$9 The service sector accounted for percent, industry and agricultureFile Size: KB.

The aim of this paper is to disclose the socio-economic context, major drivers and indicators to improve the understanding of the dynamics between socio-economic conditions and current exploitation levels, and to assess vulnerability as a function of dependency on coastal resources in order to develop more effective fisheries management strategies to ensure the livelihoods of coastal communities Cited by: Community-based coastal resource management (CBCRM) is a major conservation and fisheries management strategy in the tropics.

In this study, the performance of 16 CBCRM programs in the Philippines was assessed using a meta-analysis of eight indicators that represented the perceptions of local resource by: PDF | On Jan 1,Adrian Perdio and others published Socio-Economic Indicators of Coastal Resource Management Participation: The Bataan Case |.

A fisheries‐focused, whole‐of‐ecosystem approach to integrated coastal zone management might therefore be conceived of as one that aims to maximize reproductive surplus through attention to broader environmental and habitat parameters that affect births, deaths, and somatic growth in fisheries by: This publication consist of case studies describing how socio-economic and demographic concerns are addressed in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management in selected Caribbean countries - Belize, Dominica, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago and the Turks and Caicos Islands.Glasgow (GSES) to assess the socio-economic costs and benefits of Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM).

The method chosen to do this was through identifying and measuring the socio-economic costs and benefits generated both within the 35 Demonstration Projects supported by the European Commission, and in other appropriate ICZM Size: KB.