Towards sustainable coexistence of aquaculture and fisheries in the coastal zone

Publication: ResearchPoster – Annual report year: 2012

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Towards sustainable coexistence of aquaculture and fisheries in the coastal zone. / Bergh, Øjvind; Gomez, Emma Bello ; Børsheim, Knut Yngve ; Bolman, Bas; Bricker, Suzanne; Burnell, Gavin; Caetano, Miguel; van Duijn, Arie ; Fabi, Gianna; Ferreira, João G. ; Gault, Jeremy; Grati, Fabio; Grönroos, Juha; Guayder, Olivier; Jak, Robbert; Mäkinen, Timo ; O’Donnel, Vicki ; O’Hagan, Anne Marie ; van Ooostenbrugge, Hans ; Ottesen, Merete Vik; Ramos, Jorge; Saurel, Camille; Schultze, Torsten; Sell, Anne; Soma, Katrine; Stenberg, Claus; Stelzenmüller, Vanessa; Vale, Carlos; Verner‐Jeffreys, David.

2012.

Publication: ResearchPoster – Annual report year: 2012

Harvard

Bergh, Ø, Gomez, EB, Børsheim, KY, Bolman, B, Bricker, S, Burnell, G, Caetano, M, van Duijn, A, Fabi, G, Ferreira, JG, Gault, J, Grati, F, Grönroos, J, Guayder, O, Jak, R, Mäkinen, T, O’Donnel, V, O’Hagan, AM, van Ooostenbrugge, H, Ottesen, MV, Ramos, J, Saurel, C, Schultze, T, Sell, A, Soma, K, Stenberg, C, Stelzenmüller, V, Vale, C & Verner‐Jeffreys, D 2012, 'Towards sustainable coexistence of aquaculture and fisheries in the coastal zone'

APA

Bergh, Ø., Gomez, E. B., Børsheim, K. Y., Bolman, B., Bricker, S., Burnell, G., ... Verner‐Jeffreys, D. (2012). Towards sustainable coexistence of aquaculture and fisheries in the coastal zone.

CBE

Bergh Ø, Gomez EB, Børsheim KY, Bolman B, Bricker S, Burnell G, Caetano M, van Duijn A, Fabi G, Ferreira JG, Gault J, Grati F, Grönroos J, Guayder O, Jak R, Mäkinen T, O’Donnel V, O’Hagan AM, van Ooostenbrugge H, Ottesen MV, Ramos J, Saurel C, Schultze T, Sell A, Soma K, Stenberg C, Stelzenmüller V, Vale C, Verner‐Jeffreys D. 2012. Towards sustainable coexistence of aquaculture and fisheries in the coastal zone

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Vancouver

Bergh Ø, Gomez EB, Børsheim KY, Bolman B, Bricker S, Burnell G et al. Towards sustainable coexistence of aquaculture and fisheries in the coastal zone. 2012.

Author

Bergh, Øjvind; Gomez, Emma Bello ; Børsheim, Knut Yngve ; Bolman, Bas; Bricker, Suzanne; Burnell, Gavin; Caetano, Miguel; van Duijn, Arie ; Fabi, Gianna; Ferreira, João G. ; Gault, Jeremy; Grati, Fabio; Grönroos, Juha; Guayder, Olivier; Jak, Robbert; Mäkinen, Timo ; O’Donnel, Vicki ; O’Hagan, Anne Marie ; van Ooostenbrugge, Hans ; Ottesen, Merete Vik; Ramos, Jorge; Saurel, Camille; Schultze, Torsten; Sell, Anne; Soma, Katrine; Stenberg, Claus; Stelzenmüller, Vanessa; Vale, Carlos; Verner‐Jeffreys, David / Towards sustainable coexistence of aquaculture and fisheries in the coastal zone.

2012.

Publication: ResearchPoster – Annual report year: 2012

Bibtex

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title = "Towards sustainable coexistence of aquaculture and fisheries in the coastal zone",
author = "Øjvind Bergh and Gomez, {Emma Bello} and Børsheim, {Knut Yngve} and Bas Bolman and Suzanne Bricker and Gavin Burnell and Miguel Caetano and {van Duijn}, Arie and Gianna Fabi and Ferreira, {João G.} and Jeremy Gault and Fabio Grati and Juha Grönroos and Olivier Guayder and Robbert Jak and Timo Mäkinen and Vicki O’Donnel and O’Hagan, {Anne Marie} and {van Ooostenbrugge}, Hans and Ottesen, {Merete Vik} and Jorge Ramos and Camille Saurel and Torsten Schultze and Anne Sell and Katrine Soma and Claus Stenberg and Vanessa Stelzenmüller and Carlos Vale and David Verner‐Jeffreys",
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T1 - Towards sustainable coexistence of aquaculture and fisheries in the coastal zone

A1 - Bergh,Øjvind

A1 - Gomez,Emma Bello

A1 - Børsheim,Knut Yngve

A1 - Bolman,Bas

A1 - Bricker,Suzanne

A1 - Burnell,Gavin

A1 - Caetano,Miguel

A1 - van Duijn,Arie

A1 - Fabi,Gianna

A1 - Ferreira,João G.

A1 - Gault,Jeremy

A1 - Grati,Fabio

A1 - Grönroos,Juha

A1 - Guayder,Olivier

A1 - Jak,Robbert

A1 - Mäkinen,Timo

A1 - O’Donnel,Vicki

A1 - O’Hagan,Anne Marie

A1 - van Ooostenbrugge,Hans

A1 - Ottesen,Merete Vik

A1 - Ramos,Jorge

A1 - Saurel,Camille

A1 - Schultze,Torsten

A1 - Sell,Anne

A1 - Soma,Katrine

A1 - Stenberg,Claus

A1 - Stelzenmüller,Vanessa

A1 - Vale,Carlos

A1 - Verner‐Jeffreys,David

AU - Bergh,Øjvind

AU - Gomez,Emma Bello

AU - Børsheim,Knut Yngve

AU - Bolman,Bas

AU - Bricker,Suzanne

AU - Burnell,Gavin

AU - Caetano,Miguel

AU - van Duijn,Arie

AU - Fabi,Gianna

AU - Ferreira,João G.

AU - Gault,Jeremy

AU - Grati,Fabio

AU - Grönroos,Juha

AU - Guayder,Olivier

AU - Jak,Robbert

AU - Mäkinen,Timo

AU - O’Donnel,Vicki

AU - O’Hagan,Anne Marie

AU - van Ooostenbrugge,Hans

AU - Ottesen,Merete Vik

AU - Ramos,Jorge

AU - Saurel,Camille

AU - Schultze,Torsten

AU - Sell,Anne

AU - Soma,Katrine

AU - Stenberg,Claus

AU - Stelzenmüller,Vanessa

AU - Vale,Carlos

AU - Verner‐Jeffreys,David

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - Globally, coastal areas are subject to an increase in competing activities. Coastal fisheries and aquaculture are highly dependent on availability and accessibility of appropriate sites. Aquaculture production is increasing, whereas fisheries are at best stagnant. Coastal activities also include activities such as recreation, tourism, facilities for renewable energy production, all of which are expected to increase in importance. There is also increasing focus on Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). Thus, competition for available sites will probably increase, emphasizing the need for Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) and improved management tools supporting policies for space allocation along the entire European coastline. Successful MSP is not likely to be achieved without a certain level of conflict, and without iterative adaptations in management actions. MSP is viewed an essential part of advancing ecosystem‐based management as demanded by the Marine Strategy Directive. The biological interconnectedness of fisheries and aquaculture is strong, with factors such as competition for space, disease transmission, genetic impact from escapees, availability of food for cultured finfish, and organic and inorganic waste management. Furthermore, the public perception of aquaculture in Europe and North America may be characterized by the view of aquaculture being a “new” and “unnatural” activity, whereas fisheries are viewed as “traditional” and “natural”. However, in an ecosystem‐based management context, both industries represent human activities strongly influencing, and influenced by, the environment. Management of aquaculture and fisheries, as well as other uses of the coastal zone, should be considered integral parts with local variations in their respective importance.

AB - Globally, coastal areas are subject to an increase in competing activities. Coastal fisheries and aquaculture are highly dependent on availability and accessibility of appropriate sites. Aquaculture production is increasing, whereas fisheries are at best stagnant. Coastal activities also include activities such as recreation, tourism, facilities for renewable energy production, all of which are expected to increase in importance. There is also increasing focus on Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). Thus, competition for available sites will probably increase, emphasizing the need for Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) and improved management tools supporting policies for space allocation along the entire European coastline. Successful MSP is not likely to be achieved without a certain level of conflict, and without iterative adaptations in management actions. MSP is viewed an essential part of advancing ecosystem‐based management as demanded by the Marine Strategy Directive. The biological interconnectedness of fisheries and aquaculture is strong, with factors such as competition for space, disease transmission, genetic impact from escapees, availability of food for cultured finfish, and organic and inorganic waste management. Furthermore, the public perception of aquaculture in Europe and North America may be characterized by the view of aquaculture being a “new” and “unnatural” activity, whereas fisheries are viewed as “traditional” and “natural”. However, in an ecosystem‐based management context, both industries represent human activities strongly influencing, and influenced by, the environment. Management of aquaculture and fisheries, as well as other uses of the coastal zone, should be considered integral parts with local variations in their respective importance.

UR - http://ices.dk/products/CMdocs/CM-2012/Q/Q2212.pdf

ER -