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Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries. Impact assessment of multi-annual plans for Southern hake, angler fish and Nephrops (STECF-11-06)
European Commission; JRC; Simmonds, E.J.; Cervino, S.; Da Rocha, J.M. (2011). Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries. Impact assessment of multi-annual plans for Southern hake, angler fish and Nephrops (STECF-11-06). JRC Scientific and Technical Reports. Publications Office of the European Union: Luxembourg. ISBN 978-92-79-20806-5. 110 pp. https://dx.doi.org/10.2788/40340
Deel van: JRC Scientific and Technical Reports. Publications Office of the European Union: Luxembourg. ISSN 1018-5593; e-ISSN 1831-9424

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  • European Commission
  • JRC
  • Simmonds, E.J.
  • Cervino, S.
  • Da Rocha, J.M.

Abstract
    A joint ICES / STECF meeting was held in Hamburg 20-24 June 2011, to prepare an impact assessment for Southern hake, Nerphrops and Angler fish and Baltic cod and an Evaluations of existing plans for Kattegat, North Sea, West of Scotland and Irish Sea cod. The meeting involved STECF, ICES scientists dealing with Economy and Biology and included Observers (Commission staff, Managers, Stakeholders). Three separate reports to the STECF were prepared by the EWG-11- 07, one on the Impact Assessment of Southern hake, Nerphrops and Angler fish (STECF 11-06) and the second on the Impact Assessments for Baltic cod (STECF 11-05) and the third on the Evaluation of Cod in Kattegat, North Sea, West of Scotland and Irish Sea (STECF 11-07). All reports were reviewed by the STECF during its 37th plenary meeting held from 11 to 15 July 2011 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The following observations, conclusions and recommendations represent the outcomes of that review for Southern hake, Nerphrops and Angler fish report.

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