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Falkland Island Adding Value to Fisheries Through the Collective Management of Shared Fish Stocks 2019

Marine Overseas Territories Biodiversity Capital Decision-making Ecosystem Ecosystem goods Ecosystem services Environmental policy Fisheries Natural assets Natural capital

Abstract

The Southwest Atlantic is home to some of the most productive fisheries in the world. This rich natural capital underpins a dynamic, thriving economy and society in the Falkland Islands, supports coastal communities in South America and contributes to vibrant seafood markets in Asia and Europe. Yet the future of these fisheries is far from assured and the region lags behind all but the worst regional performers in terms of the percentage of fish stocks managed at sustainable levels.

Resource type Publication

Topic category Environment

Reference date 2019·05·01

Citation
Harte, M. & Watson, J. (2019) Closing the gap: Adding value to Falkland Island fisheries through the collective management of shared fish stocks.

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Refer to report

Responsible organisation
Communications, JNCC distributor

Limitations on public access Open access

Use constraints Open, cite source of data

Metadata date 2019·08·20

Metadata point of contact
Communications, JNCC

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