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Nationales Fischereidatenerhebungsprogramm: Aktivitäten und Ausblick = National fisheries data collection programme: activities and outlook
Stransky, C.; Berkenhagen, J.; Berth, U.; Ebeling, M.; Jiménez-Krause, J.D.; Panten, K.; Schultz, N.; Ulleweit, J.; Velasco, A.; Wern, W.; Zimmerman, C. (2008). Nationales Fischereidatenerhebungsprogramm: Aktivitäten und Ausblick = National fisheries data collection programme: activities and outlook. Inf. Fischereiforsch. 55: 5-14
In: Informationen aus der Fischereiforschung = Information on Fishery Research. Bundesforschungsanstalt für Fischerei: Hamburg. ISSN 1861-2164, more

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  • Stransky, C.
  • Berkenhagen, J.
  • Berth, U.
  • Ebeling, M.
  • Jiménez-Krause, J.D.
  • Panten, K.
  • Schultz, N.
  • Ulleweit, J.
  • Velasco, A.
  • Wern, W.
  • Zimmerman, C.

Abstract
    Within the frame of the EU Data Collection Regulation (DCR), Germany is obliged since 2002 to collect basic fisheries data to support the Common Fisheries Policy. Various governmental institutions are involved in the collection of landings and effort data, biological and economic data of the German fisheries. About 200 trips on commercial fishery vessels were sampled from 2002 to 2006. Additional stock data are collected on research surveys. The landings of cod in the recreational fisheries in the North and Baltic Seas were recorded within a pilot study. In order to assess the economic situation of the fishing fleet and processing industry, economic data were collected. The collected data are being stored in a national database and being made available for scientific working groups. At present, the legal regulations within the DCR framework are being reviewed and adapted to the changing requirements of fisheries management.

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