Artisanal fishing in Andalusia (and III): "The Day After..."
AbstractDuring the past 5 years researchers from the University of Cádiz have carried out several studies on artisanal fishing in Andalusia, with the object of determining the state of the fleet and safety on board vessels. These studies have been financed largely with help from the European Union. In this third approach to the topic, the census of the fleet is updated and the changes that have taken place are considered from two perspectives: the influence of the policies implemented by the various governmental authorities, and the dynamic of the new commercial scenarios. For this study special emphasis is given to those communities in the SW of the province of Cádiz where the policies associated with the Treaties with the Kingdom of Morocco have had a decisive impact.
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Volume (Year): 34 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
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