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Lage Impact Visserij

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Acronym: LIVIS
Period: February 2015 till December 2015
Status: Completed

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Abstract:
The LIVIS project aims at acquiring information regarding the framework that enables the inflow towards a small-scale commercial fishery. The inflow may come from the recreational fishermen which own a boat on the one hand and from the existing industrial fisheries on the other. Additionally, a proper national framework may attract Belgian commercial anglers which nowadays sail under the Dutch flag. The project maps the magnitude of the marine recreational fisheries sector (capacity, effort/intensity and spatial data), identifies the bottlenecks that hamper the transition from the recreational and commercial fleet, and identifies the critical parameters impacting the profitability of small-scale fisheries.

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  • Verleye, T. (2015). De kustbarometer: De indicator: de omvang van de Belgische recreatieve zeevissersvloot, in: De Grote Rede 42. De Grote Rede: Nieuws over onze Kust en Zee, 42: pp. 21, more
  • Verleye, T.; Lescrauwaet, A.-K.; van Oven, A.; Kleppe, R.; Roelofs, M.; Persoon, K.; Polet, H.; Torreele, E.; van Winsen, F. (2015). De recreatieve zeevisserij in België: Monitoring van de capaciteit, intensiteit en densiteit op zee (eerste resultaten). VLIZ Beleidsinformerende Nota's, 2015_001. Vlaams Instituut voor de Zee (VLIZ): Oostende. ISBN 978-94-92043-10-8. 20 pp., more
  • van Winsen, F.; Verleye, T.; Vanderperren, E.; Torreele, E.; Derudder, N.; Verlé, K.; Polet, H.; Lescrauwaet, A.-K. (2016). LIVIS: Een transitie naar commerciële kleinschalige visserij in België. ILVO Mededeling, 206. Instituut voor Landbouw- en Visserijonderzoek: Merelbeke. 138 pp., more

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