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Artisanal fishing in Andalusia: A statistical study of the fleet

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  • Piniella, F.
  • Soriguer, M.C.
  • Fernández-Engo, M.A.

Abstract

Andalusia is a region of Spain with an area of some 90,000Â km2 and almost 900Â km length of coastline. It has an important tradition in the fishing industry that makes it one of the areas of the European Union where fisheries policies have a great significance for the population. The present statistical study deals comprehensively with the so-called "artisanal fleet", especially in respect of data on the typology of vessels (construction particulars) and on the extractive effort made (distances and depths where they fish, duration of fishing voyages, the fishing gear used and target species), with the aim of presenting a new approach in the policies for regulating this important fisheries sector.

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  • Piniella, F. & Soriguer, M.C. & Fernández-Engo, M.A., 2007. "Artisanal fishing in Andalusia: A statistical study of the fleet," Marine Policy, Elsevier, vol. 31(4), pages 573-581, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:marpol:v:31:y:2007:i:4:p:573-581
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    1. García-Flórez, Lucía & Morales, Jesús & Gaspar, Miguel B. & Castilla, David & Mugerza, Estanis & Berthou, Patrick & García de la Fuente, Laura & Oliveira, Manuela & Moreno, Oscar & García del Hoyo, Ju, 2014. "A novel and simple approach to define artisanal fisheries in Europe," Marine Policy, Elsevier, vol. 44(C), pages 152-159.

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