fisheries conservation

fisheries conservation

[′fish·ə·rēz ‚kän·sər′vā·shən]
(ecology)
Those measures concerned with the protection and preservation of fish and other aquatic life, particularly in sea waters.
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There are 445 registered crocodile farms in Cambodia, according to In Hul, deputy director of the Fisheries Conservation Department at the Agriculture Ministry, but only about 5 percent have recognition from the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites).
It has major responsibilities in flood management, water resources and quality, climate change, land quality, chemicals, pollution prevention and control, waste, conservation and biodiversity, fisheries conservation, air quality and navigation.
5 billion annually to fund fisheries conservation and habitat restoration.
It also lays down the guidelines on the enforcement of various fisheries conservation measures.
Sharifullah said strengthening of fisheries conservation and establishment of trout training Centre at Manshera was also in our priority list for which at least Rs 300 million would be required.
3) IUU fishing includes illegal activities that do not comply with national, regional, or global fisheries conservation and management obligations and regulations.
Austen, a fisheries conservation professional with more than 30 years of fisheries and natural resource management experience in a variety of top-level positions, has become the new executive director of the American Fisheries Society (AFS).
This operation is an example of the work we do with partners such as Merseyside Police and the Inshore Fisheries Conservation Authority to tackle illegal immigration and immigration crime.
FISHERIES conservation chiefs are cracking down hard on illegal commercial cockling in the Teesside/Hartlepool area by making a bylaw permanent.
Norway follows EU fisheries conservation measures and the quota system, but is not part of the Commons Fisheries Policy.
Lubchenco explained that, in the wake of the adoption by Congress, in 2006, of the Magnuson-Stevens Act on fisheries conservation and management, considerable improvements have been observed in fishery resources in US fishing zones.
The North West Inshore Fisheries Conservation Authority (NWIFCA) closed the beds in Southport and Leasowe in Wirral because there were insufficient adult cockles to warrant keeping it open.

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