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November / December 2021 EUROFISH Magazine 
Country profile: Turkey and Poland
Aquaculture: <div style="position:relative;padding-top:max(60%,326px);height:0;width:100%"><iframe sandbox="allow-top-navigation allow-top-navigation-by-user-activation allow-downloads allow-scripts allow-same-origin allow-popups allow-modals allow-popups-to-escape-sandbox" allowfullscreen="true" style="position:absolute;border:none;width:100%;height:100%;left:0;right:0;top:0;bottom:0;" src="https://e.issuu.com/embed.html?backgroundColor=%23ffffff&d=eurofish_magazine_5_2021&hideIssuuLogo=true&showOtherPublicationsAsSuggestions=true&u=eurofish"></iframe></div><div style="position:relative;padding-top:max(60%,326px);height:0;width:100%"><iframe sandbox="allow-top-navigation allow-top-navigation-by-user-activation allow-downloads allow-scripts allow-same-origin allow-popups allow-modals allow-popups-to-escape-sandbox" allowfullscreen="true" style="position:absolute;border:none;width:100%;height:100%;left:0;right:0;top:0;bottom:0;" src="https://e.issuu.com/embed.html?backgroundColor=%23ffffff&d=eurofish_magazine_5_2021&hideIssuuLogo=true&showOtherPublicationsAsSuggestions=true&u=eurofish"></iframe></div>Probiotic microorganisms support aquaculture - Preventive health protection and thriving fish
Fisheries:
The digitalisation of the fishing industry is moving ahead - Obtaining stock data and implementing effective controls
Events: Sharing insights on a burgeoning industry at Seagriculture 2021 -  The promise of seaweed
Guest pages: Prof. Halil Ibrahim Sur - The Black Sea Commission collaborates with many to achieve its objectives - An institution dedicated to fighting pollution in the Black Sea

 

Published in Magazine Issues
Tuesday, 07 December 2021 13:36

Eurofish Magazine 6 2021 featuring Turkey

EM6 2021Eurofish Magazine issue 6 2021 looks at the fisheries sector in Turkey and Poland.  The fisheries section looks at the digitalisation of the fishing industry and obtaining stock data and implementing effective controls. The aquaculture section features an article on how probiotic microorganisms support aquaculture and create health protection and thriving fish.

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EM5 21 ALB FisheriesSince 2020 new fishing licences issued in Albania do not add to capacity

This article was featured in Eurofish Magazine 5 2021

According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), the Albanian fishing fleet consists of 720 vessels, based in the four main ports, Durresi, Vlora, Saranda, and Shengjini. About 3% of the fleet is scattered along several landing points on the Albanian coastline. The main species targeted by the fleet are deep-water rose shrimp, European hake, European pilchard, surmullets and European anchovy according to MARD and INSTAT.

Published in Albania

EM5 21 RO State SecretaryUpdating electronic systems to combat IUU

This article was featured in Eurofish Magazine 5 2021.

Legislation related to fisheries and aquaculture in Romania is going through a significant change with the existing fisheries law being split into separate laws for fisheries and aquaculture. Farming of fish and seafood in the Black Sea is now receiving official attention and new regulations governing fishing are leading to initiatives that aim to better monitor fisheries. Steering all this and more is Gheorghe Stefan, State Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, whose years of experience in the fisheries administration as well as the private sector should stand him in good stead in his current role.

Published in Romania
Wednesday, 13 October 2021 15:54

Eurofish Magazine 5 2021 featuring Romania

EM5 2021Eurofish Magazine issue 5 2021 looks at the fisheries sector in Romania and whether recirculating aquaculture systems is the future of mariculture? The trade and markets section features an article on how the transport and logistics sector is undergoing a global
transformation protecting the environment and the climate.
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Published in Frontpage rotator
Wednesday, 13 October 2021 15:31

Eurofish Magazine Issue 5 2021 (September / October)

September / October 2021 EUROFISH Magazine 5
Country profile: Romania, Latvia, and Albania
Aquaculture: <div style="position:relative;padding-top:max(60%,326px);height:0;width:100%"><iframe sandbox="allow-top-navigation allow-top-navigation-by-user-activation allow-downloads allow-scripts allow-same-origin allow-popups allow-modals allow-popups-to-escape-sandbox" allowfullscreen="true" style="position:absolute;border:none;width:100%;height:100%;left:0;right:0;top:0;bottom:0;" src="https://e.issuu.com/embed.html?backgroundColor=%23ffffff&d=eurofish_magazine_5_2021&hideIssuuLogo=true&showOtherPublicationsAsSuggestions=true&u=eurofish"></iframe></div><div style="position:relative;padding-top:max(60%,326px);height:0;width:100%"><iframe sandbox="allow-top-navigation allow-top-navigation-by-user-activation allow-downloads allow-scripts allow-same-origin allow-popups allow-modals allow-popups-to-escape-sandbox" allowfullscreen="true" style="position:absolute;border:none;width:100%;height:100%;left:0;right:0;top:0;bottom:0;" src="https://e.issuu.com/embed.html?backgroundColor=%23ffffff&d=eurofish_magazine_5_2021&hideIssuuLogo=true&showOtherPublicationsAsSuggestions=true&u=eurofish"></iframe></div>Are recirculating aquaculture systems the future of mariculture? - Advantages and risks of land-based fish production
Trade and Markets:
The transport and logistics sector is undergoing a global transformation - Green logistics protects the environment and the climate
Events: The EU Britain seafood trade following Brexit, Eurofish webinar, 25 June 2021 - Expect more friction before things improve

 

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EM4 21 IT OverviewAdverse impact is tempered by positive developments

The most important EU fleet in the Mediterranean has been declining in size for some years. Effort in terms of days at sea has been reduced and catch volumes and values have declined since 2004 with a slight uptick in 2013. The corona pandemic showed the resilience and innovative spirit of the industry as fishers found alternate ways of doing business as the traditional supply chain broke down.

With almost 12,000 vessels (2019) the Italian fleet is still among the largest in the Mediterranean although the number of boats, gross tonnage, and power have declined by 19%, 27% and 23% respectively since 2004. Of the total number of vessels, the small-scale fishing fleet (SSCF), vessels less than 12 m, accounted for just over two thirds while vessels operating with towed gears, demersal trawlers and beam trawlers, constituted 17%. Other fleet segments include dredgers (6%), purse seiners (8%), long liners (2%), passive polyvalent gears (3%) and pelagic trawlers (1%). In terms of gross tonnage the trawling vessels account for almost 60% of the total making it the largest fleet segment by this measure. Purse seiners, vessels that also target bluefin tuna, account for 8% of national tonnage, while other segments contribute 2% to 5% of national tonnage. Italy also has a distant water fleet comprising 9 vessels—8 bottom trawlers and 1 purse seiner.

Published in Italy
Thursday, 29 July 2021 17:09

Eurofish Magazine 4 2021 featuring Italy

EM4 2021Eurofish Magazine issue 4 2021 looks at the fisheries sector in Itlay and how the fishing fleets adapt to the pandemic. Consumption in Croatia is also reviewed as well as carp farming in Serbia.  The species profile looks at Musky octopus (Eledone moschata).
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Thursday, 29 July 2021 16:18

Eurofish Magazine Issue 4 2021 (July / August)

July / August 2021 EUROFISH Magazine 4
Country profile: Italy, Croatia, and Serbia
Aquaculture: <div style="position:relative;padding-top:max(60%,326px);height:0;width:100%"><iframe allowfullscreen="true" style="position:absolute;border:none;width:100%;height:100%;left:0;right:0;top:0;bottom:0;" src="https://e.issuu.com/embed.html?backgroundColor=%23ffffff&d=eurofish_magazine_3_2021&hideIssuuLogo=true&showOtherPublicationsAsSuggestions=true&u=eurofish"></iframe></div>Slower growth in global aquaculture - Quantities produced reached a record level in 2019
Technology:
Audits and certificates done remotely via computer - Remote audits reduce risks and costs
Species: Musky octopus is a Mediterranean classic

 

Published in Magazine Issues
Thursday, 03 June 2021 12:24

The Spanish fishing sector in transition

Shellfish are also collected from vessels using a hand-held dredging tool. The dredging is usually done by men, while the women sort the shellfish by size and species.Recognising women’s essential, but often unacknowledged, roles in Spanish fishing and aquaculture

This article was featured in Eurofish Magazine 3 2021.

Fishing is more than taking fish from the ocean or from inland lakes and streams. The simplistic image of men labouring on the sea in the face of nature’s harsh challenges does not portray the complexities of today’s fishing sector. Before and after fish are taken, a large amount of work must be done, on board and ashore, by both men and women.

Published in Spain
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