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Title: Governing bottom trawling in the Mediterranean Sea - a Maltese case study
Authors: Romedahl, Isabelle
Attard, Felicity
Knittweis, Leyla
Keywords: Fishes -- Mediterranean Region
Trawls and trawling -- Mediterranean Region
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: La Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Méditerranée
Citation: Romedahl, I., Attard, F., & Knittweis, L. (2016). Governing bottom trawling in the Mediterranean Sea - a Maltese case study. Rapp. Rapport Commission International Mer Mediterranee, 41, 529.
Abstract: A case study approach was used to investigate the effectiveness of the current legislative framework, and the implementation of management measures which govern bottom trawling in the central Mediterranean Sea. The general perception amongst key stakeholders interviewed in the Maltese Islands was that the current legal framework is sufficient, but that improvements in regional enforcement and control are required if shared stocks are to be exploited sustainably.
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