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  • 1. Eide, Arne
    et al.
    Ese, Ann-Christin
    Hoel, Alf Håkon
    Fisheries Management and Global Warming: Effects of climate change on fisheries in the Arctic region of the Nordic countries2014Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    The FIMAGLOW project is a Nordic project with the aim to study possible drivers and impacts of global warming on Arctic fisheries. Two workshops has been held, serving to identify the relevant set of institutions and people, updating the research community on on-going research projects and initiatives in this realm, and pointing to some critical issues for further research. The material presented in the workshops is collected in this report, which hopefully then may serve as a stepping stone for further explorations of this important issue. A web site for the FIMAGLOW program has been set up and is available at the URL: http://fimaglow.maremacentre.com. The website includes program information and tentative programs for the workshops. MaReMA Centre at Norwegian College of Fisheries Science is organizing the program, Alf Håkon Hoel and Arne Eide being the project managers.

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  • 2. Heinimaa, Sirkka
    et al.
    Rahkonen, Riitta
    Conference on Competitive and Sustainable Aquaculture: Dimensions and Tools of Competitive and Sustainable Aquaculture in Northern Europe2012Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    The conference was organised by the Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute and the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. A separate Workshop on Recirculating Aquaculture Systems, also financed by the NCM and organised by Technical University of Denmark (DTU), was linked to the conference (www.NordicRAS.net). Together, these two consecutive events formed the Aquaculture Forum. The conference brought together 125 participants from thirteen different European countries. There was broad representation from the aquaculture sector in Europe: central and local administrations, research institutes, universities, industry and a range of other organisations.

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  • 3. Høst, Jeppe
    et al.
    Christiansen, Jens
    Nordic fisheries in transition: – future challenges to management and recruitment2018Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    In the last decades Nordic countries have been implementing quota markets and similar instruments to manage mainly the economic performance of their fisheries. Coming from a historical situation dominated by owner-operated fishing units closely connected to their supporting communities, market-based fisheries manage-ment plays a role in promoting company-organised fishing units, non-fisher owner-ship and new social relations. Introducing market-mechanisms to distribute the lim-ited marine resources is therefore not just a change in the technical regulation. It is an active engagement in social change. The publication reviews the Nordic experiences with market-based fisheries management and discusses the implications for managers and future recruitment.

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  • 4. Høst, Jeppe
    et al.
    Hultman, Johan
    Säwe, Filippa
    Salmi, Pekka
    Manniche, Jesper
    Holland, Emil Bæk
    Nordic fisheries at a crossroad2018Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Nordic fisheries at a crossroad explores how Nordic small-scale fisheries can develop to promote high value creation and product specialization. By looking at recent developments among small-scale but land-based food producers we suggest specialization and dedication as the main development strategies. The central notion is to break away from the price-competitive globalised fish markets and develop new products or distribution models. To succeed in this, there is a need for substantive and coordinated efforts to bridge the gap between conventional logics and the new development logics, between supply and demand. The vision should be to develop viable and composite markets for high quality and specialty fish products through dedication and specialization. Markets that go beyond the local and reach supermarkets and consumers on a national and international scale.

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  • 5. Johannesen, Odma
    et al.
    Lassen, Hans
    Decision-making management procedures: Cost – efficiency – democracy in selected procedures in Maritime Spatial Planning2014Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This study report analyses the strengths and weaknesses of the procedures which are followed when designating marine Natura 2000 sites and when deciding what fisheries management measures are to be applied.The report identifies weaknesses in the current system and proposes to replace the existing procedures with a single-stringed system structuring the national and international processes in a single regional integrated environmental-fisheries process. This process should include extensive stakeholder involvement.

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  • 6. Nielsen, Max
    et al.
    Andersen, Peder
    Ravensbeck, Lars
    Møller Laugesen, Frederik
    Levring Andersen, Jesper
    Már Kristófersson, Daði
    Reithe, Siv
    Nilssen, Jon
    Ellefsen, Hans
    Samfundsøkonomisk afkast af pelagiske fiskerier i nordøstatlanten2010Book (Other academic)
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    Rapporten "Samfundsøkonomisk afkast af pelagiske fiskerier i Nordøstatlanten" er den mest gennemgribende analyse af det pelagiske fiskeris samfundsøkonomiske afkast indtil videre. Den pelagiske flåde i studiet består af 180 store skibe hjemmehørende i 6 lande. Det samfundsøkonomiske afkast udregnes for hver national flådegruppe. Endvidere estimesres det maksimale samfundsmæssige afkast med en økonomisk bedre fiskeriforvaltning. Afslutningsvis ses på, hvordan det aktuelle samfundsmæssige afkast bliver fordelt i landene mellem rederier, mandskab og samfund. Rapporten er et godt grundlag for diskussion om, hvordan fiskeriforvaltning generelt kan forbedres til samfunets gavn i de enkelte lande. Den danner endvidere gundlag for diskussion af det enkelte lands egen forvaltning sammenlignet med de andres. Ikke mindst er rapporten uundværlig i drøftelser af fordelingen af det samfundsøkonomiske afkast og hvem der bør få del i afkastet fra samfundets ejendom!

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  • 7.
    Nielsen, Max
    et al.
    University of Copenhagen.
    Hoff, Ayoe
    University of Copenhagen.
    Nielsen, Rasmus
    University of Copenhagen.
    Andersen, Peder
    University of Copenhagen.
    Waldo, Staffan
    Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Lund University.
    Hammarlund, Cecilia
    Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Lund University.
    Kristófersson, Daði Már
    University of Iceland.
    Sævaldsson, Hordur
    University of Akureyri, Iceland.
    Virtanen, Jarno
    Natural Resources Institute, Finland.
    Setälä, Jari
    Natural Resources Institute, Finland.
    Roll, Kristin
    University of South-Eastern Norway.
    Asche, Frank
    University of Florida, USA.
    Rógvi, Heri á
    Ministry of Fisheries Faroe Islands.
    Ellefsen, Hans
    Ministry of Fisheries Faroe Islands.
    Structural Adjustment and Regulation of Nordic Fisheries until 20252018Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Fishery policies are broadly debated in the Nordic countries, focusing on balancing biological concern of fish stocks, economic return to society and coastal communities’ interests. Market Based Fisheries Management is used in several Nordic countries today and is the core of these debates. While it by many is considered a powerful tool that works towards ensuring improved economy of fisheries, it is also considered a controversial tool. This report “Structural Adjustment and Regulation of Nordic Fisheries until 2025” document the effects of Marked Based Management of selected Nordic fisheries, forecast the structural development of these until 2025 under the current alternative fishery management. Nordic lessons on Market Based Fisheries Management are also provided as a basis for the political debate on the future of Nordic Fisheries.

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  • 8.
    Nielsen, Max
    et al.
    Institute of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen.
    Hoff, Ayoe
    Institute of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen.
    Nielsen, Rasmus
    Institute of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen.
    Waldo, Staffan
    AgriFood Economics Centre, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Lund University.
    Hammerlund, Cecilia
    AgriFood Economics Centre, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Lund University.
    Bartolino, Valerio
    Department of Aquatic Resources, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
    Asche, Frank
    University of Stavanger.
    Abolofia, Jay
    University of Stavanger.
    Nordic fisheries and aquaculture: Socio-economic importance of nitrogen nutrient load in the environment2017Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This report contributes to the understanding of how the the socio-economic contribution of Nordic fisheries/aquaculture are affected by the environment and environmental management, with focus on nitrogen. The report contains two case studies of how the socio-economic contribution of Danish/Swedish cod fishery in the Western Baltic Sea are affected by the nitrogen in the sea, and on how salmon growth rates in aquaculture in the Bokna Fiord are affected by nitrogen concentration. A Nordic workshop was held with the title: Fisheries, aquaculture and the marine environment: Environmental challenges and regulation, with focus on nitrogen. The finding of the case studies was presented at the workshop, together with presentations made by invited speakers on the role of nutrients and their management for Nordic fisheries/aquaculture. The discussion at the workshop is summarized in this report.

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  • 9. Ogmundsson, Hilmar
    Workshop om fiskeriafgifter i Vestnorden: 18-19. oktober 2016, Reykjavik, Island2018Report (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [da]

    De vestnordiske fiskeriforvaltninger står overfor og gennemgår aktuelt store og gennemgribende revisioner af landenes fiskerilove og -forvaltning. Spørgsmålene, som revisionerne omfatter, er økonomisk tung og politisk sensitive, hvilket gør, at forvaltningerne står over for krav om at levere de forvaltningsmæssigt rigtige løsninger. Formålet med at opkræve afgifter fra fiskeriet er at sikre en optimal udnyttelse af fiskeressourcerne. Denne rapport er fra en Vestnordisk workshop II, gennemført med midler fra Nordisk Ministerråds fiskerisamarbejde. Rapporten beskriver workshoppens debat om, hvorledes renten i fiskeriet skal beregnes; Hvor stor ressourcerenteafgift opkræves i de forskellige lande?; Hvad har ændret sig i landenes måde at beregne og opkræve fiskeriafgifter på?; Hvordan skal ressourcerenten fastsættes i praksis og hvordan kan man beregne et maksimalt afgiftstryk fra fiskeriet.

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  • 10. Viðarsson, Jónas R.
    et al.
    Einarsson, Marvin Ingi
    Ragnarsson, Sigurður Örn
    Laksá, Unn
    Danielsen, Rannvá
    Iversen, Audun
    Henriksen, Edgar
    Berthelsen, Tønnes
    Manuel, Heather
    Brown, Tom
    Decker, David
    Lund, Henrik S.
    Larson, Bengt
    Ottosson, Carl-Axel
    Nordic coastal fisheries and communities: Status and future prospects2018Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Coastal fisheries play a vital role in the marine sector of the Nordic countries and serves as a backbone of the economy of many smaller coastal communities. The coastal fleets usually have a big presence in smaller, more remote fishing villages, supplying local processing companies with raw material. The coastal sector is therefore highly important for regional development, as it represents a significant part of total landings and offers employment for a large number of fishermen, processors and other supporting industries.

    This report reviews the coastal sectors in seven Nordic countries, which include almost 20 thousand coastal vessels that are catching close to 900 thousand tonnes a year, valued at 1.2 billion EUR. The fleets are highly variable and the individual countries do each have their unique strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, which are discussed in the report.

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  • 11. Waldo, Staffan
    et al.
    Ellefsen, Hans
    Flaaten, Ola
    Hallgrimsson, Jónas
    Hammarlund, Cecilia
    Hermansen, Øystein
    Isaksen, John R.
    Jensen, Frank
    Lindroos, Marko
    Duy, Nguyen Ngoc
    Nielsen, Max
    Paulrud, Anton
    Salenius, Fredrik
    Schütt, Daniel
    Reducing Climate Impact from Fisheries: A Study of Fisheries Management and Fuel Tax Concessions in the Nordic Countries2014Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Few doubt the impact from human activities on global warming and the negative consequences of rising temperatures for both terrestrial and marine ecosystems. Efficient policy instruments are needed to change the development. This report uses empirical models to analyse how CO2 emissions, fleet structure, economic performance, and employment opportunities are affected by imposing management instruments to reduce climate impacts. These instruments include both fisheries management such as larger stock levels and more efficient fleets, and energy policy such as fuel taxes or CO2 trading schemes. To get a representative view of the Nordic fisheries, the analysis contains case studies from all the Nordic countries: Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Greenland, the Faroe Islands and Finland. The fleet segments analysed range from coastal small-scale trap nets to large off-shore trawlers.

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    Chasing Red Herrings: Flags of Convenience, Secrecy and the Impact on Fisheries Crime Law Enforcement2018Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Secrecy, or the ability to keep ones identity hidden behind a corporate veil, is a key facilitator of fisheries crime, includingtax crime and other ancillary crimes in the fisheries sector. Secrecy means that investigators “don’t know what they don’t know” and is a fundamental challenge to fisheries crime law enforcement. The focus of this report is the jurisdictions that facilitate secrecy in fisheries, the flags of convenience, and particularly those that are contracted out to private companies, the so-called private flags, and the impact flags of convenience and secrecy has on effective fisheries crime law enforcement.

    The report is the result of the joint effort of the INTERPOL Fisheries Crime Working Group (FCWG) and the North Atlantic Fisheries Intelligence Group (NA-FIG), with the input and support of the Secretariats at INTERPOL and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. It was made possible with the financial support of the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) and the Nordic Council of Ministers.

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    Feasibility of removal of dioxin and dioxin-like PCB's by intensive fishery of herring and sprat in the Baltic Sea2010Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    In this report it is discussed and assessed whether it is feasible to reduce dioxin content of herring and sprat in the Baltic Sea by a period of intensified fishery in the region and if intensified fishery causes adverse environmental effects or affects the stocks of other species like cod, salmon and other pelagic species. The background is the present problems complying with the European Commission limit values for dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs in Fish from the Baltic Sea. Also flame retardants and other hazardous substances present an increasing quality problem for the fisheries sector.

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    Rettighedsbaseret fiskeri til samfundets gavn2010Book (Other academic)
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    Hvordan kan en rettighedsbaseret fiskeriforvaltning udnyttes til gavn for hele samfundet? var det overordnede spørgsmål på et seminar, som blev afholdt i Tórshavn på Færøerne 10. juni 2010. Seminaret var organiseret af Nordisk Ministerråd i samarbejde med Vestnordisk Råd og er en aktivitet i det færøske formandskab for Nordisk Ministerråds fiskerisamarbejde i 2010. Seminarets formål var at belyse og diskutere forskellige former for allokering af fiskerirettigheder til aktørerne, hvor hensynet til samfundets andel af ressourcerenten sættes i fokus. Denne rapport er en opsummering af indlæg fra forskere, fiskeriministrenes kommentarer og åben debat om rettighedsbaseret fiskeri.

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