Scottish Inshore Fisheries Integrated Data System (SIFIDS): work package 5 final report identifying fishing activities and their associated drivers
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[Extract from Executive Summary] The purpose of this Work Package was to: 1. Define fisher derived data collection parameters. 2. Identify and if possible, develop a quality assured system for the collection of fisher derived anecdotal and experiential information. 3. Develop an appropriate sampling design/method that could be streamed to a relational data resource. 4. Develop risk based management strategies. 5. Investigate applicable techniques/strategies for ‘change management’ regarding accurate voluntary reporting by the industry.
James, M. A., Mendo, T., Ladd-Jones, H., McCann, P., Crowe, S., Coram, A. J., & Northridge, S., James, M. (Ed.), & Ladd-Jones, H. (Ed.) (2019). Scottish Inshore Fisheries Integrated Data System (SIFIDS): work package 5 final report identifying fishing activities and their associated drivers. Published by Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland (MASTS). 75pp.
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